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Wherefore putting away lying, speak every man truth with his neighbour….

  • Ephesians 4:25

What’s the difference between a conspiracy theory and the truth?  Answer: About six months.  Or so runs the joke. 

I thought about this when I say the Wall Street Journal Headline (WSJ) “Lab Leak Most Likely Origin of Covid-19 Pandemic, Energy Department Now Says.”  The WSJ, as you probably know, is a mainstream publication and not given to promoting “conspiracy theories.”  Less than two years ago, one could be banned from Facebook and other social media platforms.  But here in February 2023, what was called a “conspiracy theory” not so very long ago, is trumpeted in the headlines of the WSJ. 

In my opinion, the headline in the WSJ doesn’t go far enough, for it implies that the Covid scamdemic was a tragic accident.  In my view, the Covid virus was not a lab leak, but a lab release.  What’s my evidence for saying this?  It’s admittedly circumstantial, that is to say, it is indirect.  I don’t have a quote from Klaus Schwab, Bill Gates, Anthony Fauci, or some other globalist megalomaniac saying, “release the virus!” And yet, when you consider the amount and quality of the circumstantial evidence supporting the lab release theory, the case, in my view, is compelling. 

In retrospect, Jesuit-trained Anthony Fauci’s comment at Jesuit-founded and Jesuit-run Georgetown University is among the most interesting and compelling bits of circumstantial evidence.  In a report dated 1/11/2017, just days before Donald Trump took office, Dr. Fauci was quoted as saying “no doubt” Donald Trump would face a surprise infectious disease outbreak while president.  How did Fauci know this?  It appears he was involved in funding the research on the virus contrary to American law.  Did he know the end to which the virus was going to be put? 

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This man does not deserve to die.  For he has spoken to us in the name of the LORD our God.

  • Jeremiah 26:16

Today, I saw the meme above in a tweet from, of all people, Elon Musk.  It’s funny, but there’s a serious aspect about it that requires comment.  And that’s the connection between the liberties historically enjoyed in the West and the Protestant Reformation.  Specifically, I have in mind the relationship between the First Amendment guarantee of free speech in the Constitution of the United States of America and the Protestant Reformation.

Americans rightly believe that the right to free speech is one of the defining characteristics of our nation.  It’s our birthright, given by God and guaranteed by our Constitution.  But as is often the case, and I include myself here, it becomes easy to take our birthright for granted. 

But in the past few years, beginning in 2018 and accelerating with the tyrannical Covid hoax in 2020, the ability of Americans, and of Westerners generally, has increasingly come under pressure. 

I mention 2018 because it was in August of that year that the first big strike against free speech on the internet took place with the rapid-fire banning of Alex Jones and his Infowars website from nearly every major social media outlet. It gave every appearance of being a coordinated attack and was extensively covered in the press. I wrote about it myself in this space at that time.  Worth noting is that Infowars has as its tagline, “There’s a war on for your mind.”  That’s true, and it has always been true.  And that war is fought with words and with propositions.  If we believe the truth, we live.  If we believe the many lies out there in the world, we perish.

In Romans, Paul tells us that faith comes by hearing and hearing by the word of God.  But what if people never hear the truth of the gospel.  How can they believe?  This was a major problem in the Middle Ages, ruled as it was in Europe by the Roman Church-State.  Rome and her innovations such as the real presence of Christ in the mass blinded people to the gospel of Jesus Christ and the Antichrist popes enforced the people’s blindness by torturing and murdering those who dared speak out against Rome’s evil system. 

One might say it was Antichrist’s version of cancel culture. 

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The discerning heart seeks knowledge, but the mouth of a fool feeds on folly.

  • Proverbs 15:14

This week saw a raft of additional stories showing the deadly results of the poison death shot, i.e., the Covid vax.  Let’s take a look at them.

What funeral directors know that you don’t

Among the best sources for Covid news is the discerning and hard-hitting Steve Kirsch, whose work I’ve cited in this space several times before.  Just yesterday, he released a story on his Substack titled “What funeral directors know that you don’t.”  It’s a must-read story, in which Kirsch cites an unnamed owner of multiple funeral homes about the unusual patterns of deaths he’s noticed post Covid vax rollout.  Here are a few highlights. 

  • Overall, their business is up by 50% after the vaccines rolled out and it’s not proportional…young people are a greater portion of the deaths.
  • Pre-vaccine rollout, the source said they’d see 1stillbirth/month.  After the vax rollout, it’s as many as 12 stillbirths a month.
  • In the 78 years they’ve been in business, they can’t recall ever having seen a 15-year-old die from a heart attack. In December 2022, they had 1 a week for three weeks straight.
  • A very experienced nurse Kirsch consulted said she never had heard of a 15-yer old die from a heart attack.  Now she hears about them on a regular basis.
  • The funeral homes are seeing strange rubbery clots they’ve never seen and have verified them with the medical examiner. 
  • Basically, ever since 2021, they have been seeing very strange things: stillbirths, a number of “found dead,” healthy people having heart attacks and strokes, blood clots, etc. They’ve never seen anything like that before; it’s a “noticeable” difference.
  • Pilot deaths at Southwest airlines used to average 1 or 2 a year. Now they are dying at a rate of around 1 a month.

Kirsch concludes, “Bottom line: everyone knows what is causing this, but they are all afraid to speak out. For the few who do speak out, their stories are never covered in the mainstream media.”

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Migrants carry their belongings to a bus after being told to leave New York’s Watson Hotel in New York City.

There weren’t any huge immigration stories in the news last week, but there were several interesting smaller ones.  Let’s take a look at them.

The Land of Freebies…and Discontent

It’s the land of the freebies for NYC’s ‘entitled’ migrants” was the headline in the New York Post on Jan. 31st.  The essence of the story by Michael Goodwin was right in the first two paragraphs.

You can say this for the migrants demanding more free stuff from City Hall: They’re fast learners about the new American ethos of endless entitlement.

Schooled and led by far-left activists, they arrive here within days of illegally crossing the southern border and claiming asylum, then start agitating for better accommodations in pricey neighborhoods. 

The only thing I would add to Goodwin’s statement is that this is simply the umpty-umpth example of Roman Catholic immigration/economic/political theory in action.  Get ‘em in, keep ‘em in, put ‘em on the dole.  That’s Rome’s game plan for “Romanizing America through Illegal Immigration.”  

Note what Goodwin says about “demanding more free stuff from City Hall.”  Whenever Rome starts in with one of its sentimental sob stories about standing in solidarity with asylum seekers and migrants of one sort or another and talking about a nation’s “obligation to accommodate migrant flows,” what they mean is that you have an obligation to fork over your hard-earned money to support people who trash your city and protest they’re not getting enough free stuff from you. 

This in no way, shape, or form is Christian charity.  Christian charity is about giving one’s own goods.  Rome, on the other hand, traffics in stolen virtue.  The Pope, the US Conference of Catholic Bishops, etc. all love to talk about humane they are while spending your money to support demanding people who have contempt both for you and your home country., people who are taught by these same bishops, cardinals, and popes that they are entitled to your goods.   

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