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February 28th, 2020
From miguel de Portugal
Mrs. PD @ US has brought the following to our attention. Our comments
will follow the post.
Statement about nCoV and
our pandemic exercise (1)
In October 2019, the Johns
Hopkins Center for Health Security hosted a pandemic tabletop exercise
partners, the World Economic Forum and the Bill & Melinda Gates
. Recently, the Center for Health Security has
received questions about whether that pandemic exercise predicted the
current novel coronavirus outbreak in China.
To be clear, the Center for Health
Security and partners did not make a prediction during our tabletop
exercise. For the
scenario, we modeled a fictional coronavirus pandemic, but we
explicitly stated that it was not a prediction. Instead, the exercise served to
highlight preparedness and response challenges that would likely arise
in a very severe pandemic.
We are not now predicting that the
nCoV-2019 outbreak will kill 65 million people. Although our tabletop
exercise included a mock novel coronavirus, the inputs we used for
modeling the potential impact of that fictional virus are not similar
The above described exercise is not a coincidence any more than the
"coincidental" issuing of the Road
Map for National Security : Imperative For Change (2)
just ten days after
Mr. Bush had taken
office in January 2001 and a
few months before
the tragic 9-11 events - which were needed
through Congress - without review - the Patriot Act and implement the "Imperative For Change
Dearest reader - if by this time you have not acknowledged what is
really taking place, and that we have been announcing since 1992-93,
there is nothing else we can do for you.
Map For National Security : Imperative For Change (Please note date
of publication and particularly the contents of page vi)
February 25th, 2020
From miguel de Portugal
going to expose the ridiculous, yet relentless,
scare-the-world-population tactics for which the coronavirus has been
The data that we will use is directly from the US Center for Disease Control (1) and the World Health Organization (2).
First let us take a look at the official - by the World Health Organization - state
of the ridiculous coronavirus created panic:
According to the World
Health Organization and as of 10 AM CET 25 February 2020
2,666 in China and 34 outside China
coronavirus placed in its proper global perspective, let us take a look
at the Malaria ongoing crisis.
Statistics about Malaria
Malaria is one of the most severe
public health problems worldwide. It is a leading cause of death and
disease in many developing countries, where young children and pregnant
women are the groups most affected. According to the World Health
Organization's World Malaria Report:
Who Is Most Vulnerable to
Nearly half the
world's population lives in areas at risk of malaria
transmission in 91
countries and territories.
In 2016, malaria caused an estimated 216 million clinical
episodes (read: individuals
infected), and 445,000 deaths. An
estimated 90% of deaths in 2016 were in the WHO African Region. [Note,
that was just for the year 2016.]
The most vulnerable are
persons with no or little immunity against the disease. In areas
with high transmission (such as Africa south of the Sahara), the most
vulnerable groups are:
Young children, who have not yet developed partial immunity to
women, whose immunity is decreased by pregnancy, especially
during the first and second pregnancies
or migrants coming from areas with little or no malaria transmission,
who lack immunity.
In areas with lower transmission (such as Latin America and Asia),
residents are less frequently infected. Many people may reach
adult age without having built protective immunity and are thus
susceptible to the disease, including severe and fatal illness.
Now, compare the gravity of the ongoing Malaria crisis with the
ridiculous fabricated coronavirus crisis.
rest our case!
Will the World Masters stop this ridiculous charade? Of course not!
The easy-to-manipulate zombie-like world population is falling for it
in full, so they will continue and branch out with other controlling
We are sure that soon they will open detainment centers to isolate
people and prevent the spread of this (sarcasm on) "Oh, my God what a terrible threat to
" (sarcasm off)
you now see how easy they will pass the False Christ (3)
as if it were the real
From Mrs. PD @ US
In reference to the
on the Board
which compares the real tragedy about malaria with the coronavirus
scam, the New York Times published the following article (1)
on January 22nd, 2017:
Several interwoven threads shape this
situation: the global battle against malaria; the nationwide ban on
almost all uses of DDT that the E.P.A. imposed in 1972; and the work of
Rachel Carson (2),
who became a guiding spirit of the modern environmental movement with
her groundbreaking 1962 best seller “Silent Spring.”
DDT was also used to kill mosquitoes that spread malaria. By the early
1950s, the disease had essentially been eradicated in the United
States. But it still had other nations in its grip, especially in
Africa, making a comeback after it seemed on the verge of eradication.
Critics - generally, though not exclusively, on the political right -
drew a direct line from Point A (“Silent Spring”) to Point B (the DDT ban) to
Point C (more deaths), and accused Carson of perpetrating “junk
science.” Some even labeled her one of history's great villains.
Their language could be, to put it mildly, superheated, including
descriptions of her as a mass murderer. In “State of Fear,” a 2004
Michael Crichton novel in which the villains are eco-terrorists, a
protagonist says that “banning DDT killed more people than Hitler".
We are sure that the World
Masters, about whose plans we confirmed in a
absolutely delighted. They found a way to protect the privileged
by eradicating malaria. Once the privileged were out of the proverbial
woods, they pulled the plug (prohibiting the use of DDT worldwide) and
began the systematic, but very natural (let the mosquitos do the dirty
work), extermination of the poor Africans.
Oh, yes! The "Christianity" of it all! The way we see it, hell must be
reaching the "standing room only" condition soon.
From Mr. LP
Benedict XVI gave a sermon back on July 2009 with a
reference to Teilhard de Chardin (1)
Following is the entire text, with key parts in bold, and my comments
This all seems to be in line with his encyclical and other things
has said and done.
If I have erred in my understanding of this, let me know. (2)
OF VESPERS WITH THE FAITHFUL OF
HOMILY OF HIS HOLINESS BENEDICT XVI
Cathedral of Aosta
Friday, 24 July 2009
Dear Brothers and Sisters,
all, I should like to say "Thank you" to you,
Your Excellency, for your kind words of introduction to the great
history of this Cathedral Church, thus making me feel that not only do
we pray here, at this moment, but that we can pray through the
centuries in this beautiful church.
thanks to all of you, who have come to pray with
me, and in this way to manifest this network of prayer which binds us
all at all times.
brief Homily I should like to say a few words
about the prayer which concludes these Vespers as it seems to me that
the excerpt from the Letter to the Romans which has just been read is
interpreted and transformed here into prayer.
is composed of two parts: an address a
heading, so to speak and then the prayer, which consists of two
begin with the address, which is also, in its
turn, composed of two parts: here the "you" to whom we speak is made
more specific, so that we can knock with greater force on the heart of
Italian text, we read simply: "Merciful Father".
The original Latin is a little fuller; it says, "Almighty and Merciful
God". In my
recent Encyclical, I have tried to show the prime
importance of God both in one's private life and in the life of
society, of the world, of history.
the relationship with God is a profoundly
personal matter, and the individual is a being in relationship with
others. If the fundamental relationship that with God is not living, is
not lived, then no other relationship can find its right form. But this
is also true for society, for humanity as such. Here, too, if God is
missing, if God is discounted, if he is absent, then the compass is
lacking which would show the way forward, the direction to follow in
relationships as a whole.
must bring the reality of God back
into our world, make him known and present.
[ Comment: what have the
churchmen been doing, if not this? And if "the reality of God" is
absent from the world, isn't this a symbolic admission that the
Sacrifice has been taken away in most cases, and that Christ is not
present now in the Eucharist? ]
But how can
we know God? During the "ad limina"
visits I always speak with the Bishops, in particular African Bishops,
but also those from Asia and Latin America where traditional religions
still exist, about these religions. They differ greatly from one
another in many details, but they also share common elements. They all
know that God exists, one God, that "god" is a singular noun, that the
gods are not God, that God exists, God. But at the same time
this God seems absent, far away, he does not seem to come into our
daily lives, he hides, we do not know his Face. Therefore the
religions deal for the most part with objects, with powers nearer to
us, with spirits, ancestors and so on, since God himself is too far
away, and so we have to make do with these closer powers. And the act
of evangelization consists precisely in the fact that the distant God
draws near, that he is no longer far away, but is close to us, that
this "known and unknown" figure now makes himself truly known, shows
his Face, reveals himself: the veil covering his Face disappears and he
shows his true Face. And so, since God himself is now near us, we can
know him, he shows us his Face and enters our world. There is no longer
any need to make do with those other powers, because he is the true
power, the Omnipotent.
I do not
know why the word "omnipotent" has been
omitted from the Italian text, but it is true that we feel a little
threatened by the word "omnipotence": it seems to limit our freedom, it
seems to be too strong. But we must learn that the omnipotence of God
is not an arbitrary power, because God is Good, he is Truth, and
therefore he can do anything, but he cannot act against good, he cannot
act against truth, love or freedom, because he himself is good, love,
and true freedom. And therefore nothing he does can ever be in contrast
with truth, love and freedom. The contrary is true. He, God, is the
guardian of our freedom, of love and of truth. This eye which looks
upon us is not an evil eye watching us; it is the presence of love
which will never abandon us but rather gives us the certainty that Good
is being, Good is living: it is the eye of love that gives us the air
and Merciful God. A Roman prayer, connected
with the text of the Book of Wisdom, says: "O God, show your
omnipotence through pardon and mercy". The summit of God's power is
mercy, pardon. In our modern-day worldly concept of power, we think of
someone who owns large estates, who has some say in the world of
economics, who has capital and can influence the world of the market.
We think of someone who has military power, who can threaten. Stalin's
question, "How many armed divisions does the Pope have?" still
characterizes the common idea of power. Whoever has power and many
worldly effects may be dangerous, as he could threaten and destroy. But
Revelations tells us. "It is not so"; true power is the power of grace
and of mercy. In his mercy, God demonstrates true power.
And so the
second part of this address says: "You have
redeemed the world with the Passion, with the suffering of Your Son".
God has suffered, and through his Son he suffers with us. This is the
summit of his power, that he can suffer with us. In this way he
demonstrates the true divine power: he desired to suffer with us and
for us. In our suffering we are never left alone. God, through his Son,
suffered first, and he is close to us in our suffering.
difficult question remains, one I cannot
answer at length at this moment: why was it necessary to suffer to save
the world? It was necessary because there exists in the world an ocean
of evil, of injustice, hatred, and violence, and the many victims of
hatred and injustice have the right to see justice done. God cannot
ignore the cries of the suffering who are oppressed by injustice. To
forgive is not to ignore, but to transform. God must enter into this
world in order to set against the ocean of injustice a larger ocean of
goodness and of love. And this is the event of the Cross: from that
moment, against the ocean of evil, there exists a river that is
boundless, and so ever mightier than all the injustices of the world, a
river of goodness, truth, and love. Thus God forgives, coming into the
world and transforming it so that there may be a real strength, a river
of goodness wider than all the evil that could ever exist.
address to God becomes an address to ourselves:
God invites us to join with him, to leave behind the ocean of evil, of
hatred, violence, and selfishness and to make ourselves known, to enter
into the river of his love.
precisely the content of the first part of the
prayer that follows: "Let Your Church offer herself to You as a living
and holy sacrifice". This request, addressed to God, is made also to
ourselves. It is a reference to two passages from the Letter to the
Romans. We ourselves, with our whole being, must be adoration and
sacrifice, and by transforming our world, give it back to God. The
role of the priesthood is to consecrate the world so that it may become
a living host, a liturgy: so that the liturgy may not be something
alongside the reality of the world, but that the world itself shall
become a living host, a liturgy. This is also the great vision of
Teilhard de Chardin: in the end we shall achieve
a true cosmic liturgy, where the cosmos becomes a living host.
[ The host, after consecration,
becomes the Body and Blood, Soul and Divinity of Christ. Adoration of
the Sacrament is adoration of Christ really present in the consecrated
host. So ... it seems that Ratzinger wants us to make the world a
living host, and then to adore it. Or have I misunderstood him? ]
let us pray the Lord to help us become
priests in this sense, to aid in the transformation of the world, in adoration of God, beginning with ourselves.
lives may speak of God, that our lives may be
a true liturgy, an announcement of God, a door through which the
distant God may become the present God, and a true giving of ourselves
second request. We pray: "Let Your people know
always the fullness of Your love". The Latin text reads: "Satisfy us
with Your love". The text refers to the Psalm we have sung, which says:
"Open your hand and satisfy the hunger of every living creature". How
much hunger there is on Earth, hunger for bread in many parts of the
world: Your Excellency has also spoken of the suffering of the families
here: hunger for justice, hunger for love. And with this prayer, we
pray to God: "Open Your hand and satisfy fully the hunger of every
living creature. Satisfy our hunger for the truth and for Your love".
So be it.
Maybe he should have just said "So mote it
be!" and declared himself openly. ]
(1) Who is
(2) You have grasped the
well hidden essence of this homily - and of his soul..
From Mr. LP
@ USA -
on January 3rd, 2010
Considering the following section of Benedict XVI's Caritas en Veritate (1):
is viewed in
fatalistic terms, as if the dynamics involved were the product of
anonymous impersonal forces or structures independent of the human
will. In this regard it is useful to remember
that while globalization should certainly be understood as a
socio-economic process, this is not its only dimension. Underneath the
more visible process, humanity itself is becoming increasingly
interconnected; it is made up of individuals and peoples to whom this
process should offer benefits and development, as they assume
responsibilities, singly and collectively. The breaking-down of borders
is not simply a material fact: it is also a cultural event both in its
causes and its effects. If globalization is viewed from a deterministic
standpoint, the criteria with which to evaluate and direct it are lost.
As a human reality, it is the product of diverse cultural tendencies,
which need to be subjected to a process of discernment. The
truth of globalization as a process and its fundamental ethical
criterion are given by the unity of the human family and its
development towards what is good. Hence a sustained commitment is needed so as to promote
a person-based and community-oriented cultural process of world-wide
integration that is open to transcendence.
Why wouldn't the political-religious system described in Revelation 13
be a perfect match for Benedict XVI? It is a "person-based" system:
the mark individually, or else. It is community oriented, applying to
everyone, great or small. It is certainly based on "world-wide
integration", and it is "open to transcendence" ... in the form
of worship of the Dragon and the Beast.
"Caritas in veritate" - Encyclical Letter of His Holiness Benedict XVI
From Mr. CB (1)
@ USA - Posthumously
As I had some time to spare during my recent visit to New York City
during the 2010 Holy Day Season, I
decided to visit St. Patrick's Cathedral - where I had been baptized
and where I was a parishioner. Approaching the Cathedral I passed a
very famous world class jeweler, Cartier
. In addition to
holiday season decor in their windows, they had a sound system piping
Christmas Carols to the street.
When I passed it played - not Christmas carols - but rather the theme
to the film The Exorcist
('Tubular Bells'). No joke. I
was rather taken aback and stopped to listen - it was for real.
We have discussed in the past the Cathedral security. It is worse then
some 12-15 security men were all around the inside of the building,
eying me suspiciously. Yet a mere handful of tourists were inside (30
in a building seating 3000). I felt I was being watched... and I was.
them and by more security cams then I could count. All over the
place. I was filmed more in those 30 minutes then in all my life!
This was mid-morning on a sunny day, yet the building was so quiet
you could hear a pin drop. In contrast to previous years when it would
bustle with tourists whom you would have to push past to get to a pew.
The overall impression of the interior was dark, somber, tomb-like.
Reminding me more of a museum. The interior is white and brightly lit
by the stained glass alone. It appeared and "felt".... dark. The
phrase/concept "Hollywood stage set' flashed into my mind. All was its
usual very clean and well maintained state, yet something was now
different. Even from a few years ago.
Rather then the former experience of it being a house of prayer
weighed down by lovely works of art and excessive candle/statue
veneration......... now it had been transformed (spiritually, not by
physical changes) into a a house of money, framed as a 'religious stage
set'. The comic idea of pushing it over as it was made of cardboard
came to mind. A stage set for the liturgy as a 'performance art' for
the consumption for the disoriented sheep. Run by the 'wolves' you have
alluded to..... all carefully calculated.
All that was missing in this regard were the mechanically operated
idols of ancient pagan temples which would move, belch forth smoke,
'speak', etc...... to keep the 'believers' believing, and enriching the
The Blessed Sacrament was in the Lady Chapel, as it has been for
many years now. Only two other souls were there with me, praying. Yet I
was being observed by at least 2 security guards and 3 cameras (or
more....) in this small chapel. It had been recently and elegantly
restored. A very lovely 'stage set' was what came to mind.
While I cannot put into words what I felt, the impression of the
Tabernacle as "an empty home"
was perceived. Lovely but empty work of art, completing the 'stage set'
of spiritual deception (as you have alluded to in re the now organized
and universal deception of passing out mostly unconsecrated hosts as
"real"). Being aware of rather oppressive 'eyes' (like unseen yet very
real red, glowing eyes of salivating wolves observing prey while hidden
in a forest) observing me, I made a Spiritual Communion.
Making my way out, I made a point of observing all of the many side
altars and chapels (being eyed and possibly followed). Most had
been well and expensively restored, via the gifts of OD, Knights of
Malta, et al, servitors of Mammon, as the
donor plaques noted. Two of them had been rebuilt as new shrines for
the veneration of statues, using pieces of altars ripped out of two of
the churches demolished by Cardinal Egan. They were aesthetic merit: a
hodgepodge of mismatched architectural salvage pieces assembled by
someone with no depth perception. Showy external 'piety' intended to
fool fools, concocted by someone reading the "Cliff Notes"
of "Traditionalism for Dummies"
. Shallow beyond belief.
One, in the former Baptistery, was a shrine to St. Jude - the patron
of lost causes. No comment...... The other was a shrine to Polish
saints, in the former side altar of St. Casimir. Now including St.
Faustina and more 'others' then I could count, including their
Relics. It was visual, artistic and spiritual confusion - with the
point of focus
being the candle donation box.
Ironically these, along with the Gift Shop are what you first see, on
opposite side aisles, as you enter. All that was missing was a slot
At the back, where there formerly had been statues of Sts. Peter and
Paul, there were now portraits of Benedict/Ratzinger and Archbishop
Timothy Dolan. Enshrined as a Wal-Mart would have a portrait of
founder, Sam Walton. Quite befitting a temple of Mammon, masquerading
as a house of God.
I left, passing Cartier's again..... and their sound system played the
"Exorcist" theme again.
A. That was ten tears ago! Imagine where we are at now!
(1) We were
well acquainted with CB and we have never had
reason to doubt the details and inside information he provides.
From Mrs. Randy Engel @
The Five Eras of the Abuse
Crisis in the Church - By Dr. Jesse Russell
Let Catholic writer Dr. Jesse
Russell take you briefly through the intergenerational network of
homosexual and pederast cardinals and bishops in AmChurch over the last
100 years beginning with Cardinals Francis Spellman of NY and William
O'Connell of Boston. It's certainly worth ten minutes of your time.
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