A billion Catholics, COVID vaccines, and the duty to refuse injection

Unless fear and comfort are the true pillars of the Church

by Jon Rappoport

November 8, 2021

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Let me start by saying, everybody acts from faith. Faith in something, no matter what it is.

A billion Catholics are not the Vatican.

The Vatican, through the Pope, has made its position clear: take the COVID vaccines.

But then there are the consciences of a billion of the faithful.

In prior articles in this series (archive here), I’ve made it clear that COVID vaccines have, in fact, relied on a fetal-tissue cell line, HEK 293, for testing, and the cell line was originally obtained via an abortion.

Moreover, the evidence points to an abortion in which the infant was delivered from her mother’s womb, alive, and then was killed by a doctor removing her kidneys for fetal tissue. Infanticide. Murder.

Does it matter whether the abortion and the murder were committed yesterday, or in a room in a hospital in the Netherlands, in 1972? Are a billion Catholics willing to say, “It was so long ago, it doesn’t have meaning anymore”?

Is that a reasonable position of Faith?

My understanding is this: Catholics believe Jesus commanded the founding of His Church, which is their Church. Does that count now? Is it wrong to contemplate what He would advise? As opposed, for example, to what Anthony Fauci would advise?

I also understand the Pope, in telling Catholics to take the vaccine, was not claiming to speak from a position of infallibility. Doesn’t that leave the door open to the consciences of the billion members of the Church?

Is it archaic to speak about conscience? Is religious membership really an elaborate charade, a social stage play?

Suppose a high member of the Vatican said to the world: “There are many medical experiments that are used to develop and test vaccines and drugs. In these experiments, which have been performed for a hundred years, doctors remove an infant from his mother’s womb, ALIVE, and then take his kidneys or make a hole in his skull and vacuum out his brain, or cut out his heart. These killings are very real. Those of our faith should think deeply about whether they want to receive the medicines and vaccines associated with these murders…”

What would happen?

Suppose this esteemed member of the Vatican made this announcement, replete with details, every day for a month?

What would happen?

Suppose this esteemed priest decided to keep making the announcement until sufficient members of the congregation, worldwide, stepped forward, visibly, and made their voices heard and refused the vaccine?

What would happen?

As some people are reading this, they will answer, “This esteemed priest would be murdered.”

Yes? And? So?

Don’t the sacred vows of a priest go beyond loyalty to this world? Isn’t his conviction to his faith a thing larger than his life on Earth?

Would you expect or want a priest, who serves as a pipeline to God for his congregation, to be a materialist, a person inextricably bound to his comforts and duties here?

If by joining the Church as a member, a person comes closer to God, is he asked to pay no price for that gift? Is he asked to incur no risk in his life?

The Church is, in fact, founded on matters of life and death. That is where faith encounters a reckoning. And this is true of all religions.

But at their most profound pinnacle of teaching, where “the outer garments” are cut away, religions guide the individual soul to come to his own decision about what his faith means, and how far he will go in standing with it.

One person, a billion people.

The Power is always there.

One step across the threshold.


George Fox, the fiery 17th century preacher who founded the Quakers movement in England, traveled the countryside exhorting thousands of people to find Christ and God for themselves: “Why should any man have power over any other man’s faith, seeing [that] Christ Himself is the author of it?”

At the time, there were laws forbidding “unauthorized worship.” Fox constantly broke them. He was frequently arrested—at least twice for blasphemy, and on one of those occasions it was suggested he should be sentenced to death. Parliament intervened on his behalf.

He performed many healings and wrote a book listing and describing them. The book disappeared, and no copies ever surfaced.

Thinking about George Fox and his courage as background and example…

Now, in 2021, should believers grasp a destiny that outdistances the fear of being banned from Facebook; being “attacked” online for expressing an opinion about an election audit; being fired from a job; being “canceled” for telling a joke?

Has the need for security and comfort expanded to such a degree that people of faith are willing to abandon their beliefs on a moment’s notice?


If today you picked a few thousand people of faith and sent them back to the time of Moses, to live as Egyptians under the Pharaoh; it’s quite possible that when God loosed the 10 plagues against them—“water turning to blood, frogs, lice, flies, livestock pestilence, boils, hail, locusts, darkness and the killing of firstborn children”; the Pharaoh would simply say: “The only adverse effects are minor pain and swelling at the injection site and transient fatigue”; and these people would believe him.

How much faith is required in order to open one’s eyes?

And having opened them, to have a voice and make that voice heard?

And to endure against the consequences, because faith is not ultimately invested in material things?


Book of Revelation: “And in the midst of the seven candlesticks one like unto the Son of man, clothed with a garment down to the foot, and girt about the paps with a golden girdle. His head and his hairs were white like wool, as white as snow; and his eyes were as a flame of fire; And his feet like unto fine brass, as if they burned in a furnace; and his voice as the sound of many waters. And he had in his right hand seven stars: and out of his mouth went a sharp twoedged sword: and his countenance was as the sun shineth in his strength. And when I saw him, I fell at his feet as dead. And he laid his right hand upon me, saying unto me, Fear not; I am the first and the last: I am he that liveth, and was dead; and, behold, I am alive for evermore, Amen; and have the keys of hell and of death. Write the things which thou hast seen, and the things which are, and the things which shall be hereafter; The mystery of the seven stars which thou sawest in my right hand, and the seven golden candlesticks…”

For those who believe these words, the majestic scope of these words, who take them as truth—

What will they do now?

Will they sit still, or will they rise up and take action?

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Jon Rappoport

The author of three explosive collections, THE MATRIX REVEALED, EXIT FROM THE MATRIX, and POWER OUTSIDE THE MATRIX, Jon was a candidate for a US Congressional seat in the 29th District of California. He maintains a consulting practice for private clients, the purpose of which is the expansion of personal creative power. Nominated for a Pulitzer Prize, he has worked as an investigative reporter for 30 years, writing articles on politics, medicine, and health for CBS Healthwatch, LA Weekly, Spin Magazine, Stern, and other newspapers and magazines in the US and Europe. Jon has delivered lectures and seminars on global politics, health, logic, and creative power to audiences around the world. You can sign up for his free NoMoreFakeNews emails here or his free OutsideTheRealityMachine emails here.

42 comments on “A billion Catholics, COVID vaccines, and the duty to refuse injection

  1. Rick says:

    Hi Jon, yes the statements made by Pope Francis are not binding. There is a specific format for making statements that Catholics must conform to as doctrine or dogma. In the Old Testament, some leaders of Israel and Juda were not faithful. It is the same today. The leader of the New Israel, the Catholic Church, is not doing well. Even so, you still have to choose which side to be on. There are two standards on the battle field of life. Pick one.

  2. Jennifer Miner says:

    Did I ever say thank you for all your blogs over the years? Well, thank you.

    The Prophet Bab Roberts explained the greater meaning of “Thou shall not commit adultery.” We were not to adulterate anything, our land, our air, our water, our bodies. It goes along with our function, “To Keep and Dress our habitat.” Our Earth, which includes our bodies. But there is adultery on other levels, too, when we let those in the media and science pervert our thinking, which in turn perverts the Speciel Mind of which we all are a part.

    In 2003 I was told that our nation lost God’s blessing because we allowed Bush to attack Iraq under false pretenses in his “shock and awe” where our military dropped 300 tonnes of Depleted Uranium on Iraq and which is and will continue to cause mutations in the unborn and cancers. There is a case in the International Court over this against us, but our government will ignore it.

    When we lost God’s blessing because of this grievous sin of adultery against a people who were not guilty of anything, God said that He would let the hordes come against us and we would become slaves on our own soil.

    When I asked how we could avert this, He said, bring home all of our military from around the world and put them to growing food for the world through regenerative agriculture. Swords into plowshares. Seems simple.

    Sometimes I think these vaccines are a product of as you sow, so shall you reap, adultery against our people for the crimes we allowed and are allowing. How long have we let BG vaccinize the poor people of this world?

    God is loving and kind, but He wants what He wants and that is for us to follow the Perfect Pattern of Life He gave us as shown to us by His Son.

    • Veronika Stanic says:

      Very well said….I agree with much of what you have mentioned here.

      I am not a Catholic but real Bible believer, who keeps all 10 commandments and God’s Festivals, and utterly condemn abortion and breaking any of those 10 comm.

      I am NOT taking this experimental jab and therefore I’ve lost my job, but God will provide for His children.

      God is good, and Christ is coming to set God’s government on this Earth very soon, and get rid of this perverted and tyranical leaders.
      Thy Kingdom Come.🙏

  3. Very profound! Thank you.

  4. Paul says:

    “Those of our faith
    should think deeply…”

    “For those
    who believe
    these words,
    the majestic scope…”

    “Will they sit still,


    will they rise up

    and take action?”


    Toda Kohen.
    Amen, Amen & Amen.


    “How much faith
    is required
    in order
    open one’s eyes?”

  5. JV says:

    My family was Catholic. I’m not. My grandmother(s) were coerced by their priests to have a child every year…14 kids, 3 that died in infancy.

    When the church apologizes for the witch burning and allows WOMEN to be part of the church leadership, I may consider anything the Pope says seriously.

    • D. Smith says:

      My Dad, rest his soul, always said that nuns were only allowed in the catholic church as a “show of good faith for 2 sexes) which is now pretty much a lost cause, and for the “entertainment” of the priests. I think he was right about this theory, even back in the 1950’s when I first became aware of different religions and different practices.

      Over the years I have talked to many catholics who refuse to believe that the devil was an angel before he was the devil. Their beliefs are so totally different than the way I was brought up to believe in Christianity and the bible. I guess no one really knows who is right or wrong, or if there even IS a right or wrong, but there will always be differences, of that you can be assured.

    • darrell says:

      Do you think it’s possible that if we’re lied to about almost everything else in history: all our wars, the suicided, accidented, lone crazed gunmen, the Federal Reserve, 911, viruses and vaccines, etc., etc., it may be that we’re lied to about the Inquisition as well, and the burning of thousands (some sources actually say millions!) of witches? See, e.g.,

      traditioninaction.org/movies/026_BBC.htm (Inquisition article & linked BBC video: “The Myth of the Spanish Inquisition” (BBC 1994)


      Seven Lies about Catholic History by Diane Moczar (pretty cheap at bookfinder.com)

      BTW, a very large majority of witch hysteria and burning cases were done by Protestants.

      • Geo Martin says:

        You’re right Darrell.

        The Spanish Inquisition gets a bad rap, just like anti vaxxers and climate deniers do today. How do you think the ‘history’ they write in academia, govt and media will represent people like us in the future? We will be the bad guys, when we are trying to do and tell the right thing.

        The Spanish Inquisition as the bad guys in popular culure since the Monty Python disgusting comedy act.

        All the culture now is against Christianity and in particular the catholic church and a lot of the paganistic, new agey alternative media are following suit, ironically in agreement with the technocratic elites.

      • J. Barlow says:


        Interesting article re: male witches – for example, between 1625 and 1683, around 130 people were brought before Icelandic courts accused of witchcraft. Of that 130, 21 were executed – 20 men and one woman.

        I’ve met and heard proddie women vicars, wicars, and all of them undermined, blackwashed the Bible with absurd observations, distortions and plain old heresy.

  6. Ana F says:

    Catholic woman here. What you said about Pope Francis’ advice is correct. The pronouncement was not infallible and, therefore, not binding but worthy of consideration. The statement by the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith (CDF) also contained two caveats:

    (1) “all vaccinations recognized as clinically safe and effective can be used in good conscience….” So the question is: “recognized as clinically safe and effective” by whom? The CDF was not making a pronouncement on the vaccine’s safety or effectiveness. I know this is not the point of your article, but it’s still worth noting.

    (2) “vaccination is not, as a rule, a moral obligation and that, therefore, it must be voluntary.” Having said that, the Vatican proceeded to ignore the voluntary part and mandated the Swiss Guard to take the jab. I think a couple of Swiss Guards lost their jobs because of that. I point that out because a moral statement issued by an organization willing to ignore it when it suits its purposes, in my opinion, loses whatever moral authority it claimed to have.

    I will not be taking the jab for many reasons. One of them is the horror committed to these babies. The statement by the CDF is an attempt to give moral cover to people who for one reason or another are not aware of the real horror involved in the research and development of these so-called vaccines. I can think of two reasons why people are not informed of the horrors committed. Some people may be that uninformed while others may simply choose to not know. They prefer to look the other way. That has been the case with abortion all along. People look the other way and pretend everything is fine. Well, willing ignorance is no excuse.

    And, by the way, I refuse to consider the fetal cells to have been obtained by abortion as if that was a simple medical procedure. No, they were obtained by gruesome murder. Let’s call it what it is. A baby was removed from the womb alive. (That means the baby was born.) Then the child’s organs were harvested while the baby was alive. How is that not murder of the worst kind? That is simply horrific and must be condemned.

    I know when I appear before the Throne of Justice I will have to answer for my many sins. I do not want to add that to my list. Out of love for God and out of love for the innocent babies, I would much rather die and suffer than participate in that evil. May God grant me the grace to remain strong because apart from Him I can do nothing.

  7. Helen Dietrich says:

    If we refuse this vaccine for its connection with abortion, are we also to refuse all other medicines, vaccines, and numerous other products that have the same (or even closer) connection? How about all the companies that currently contribute to Planned Parenthood?

    Shall we also refuse to buy from them? WE all need to be aware of these connections. Shall we only refuse this one vaccine?

    Or shall we refuse everything connected in this way?


    • Tom Bernard says:

      Exactly… We are either attempting to fully connect ourselves with God, through faith and obedience… or the rule of man, through sin. And standing on the holier ground isn’t always the easy choice; and most certainly might come with a price… Great observation.

    • These are good points, Helen. I think what Jon is trying to get at is making this horrific information available — since the evildoers have hidden their evil, once again — so that people have an opportunity to open their eyes and make well-informed decisions. We all start the process of “becoming aware” with one issue of concern, and then more issues come INTO our awareness as we de-program from the lies and obfuscations in our world. Most people are so deeply traumatized that the “drip, drip, drip” method of sharing truth is best, otherwise they will go insane.

      (Side note: I highly recommend Larkin & Amanda Rose’s program “Candles in the Dark” for learning how to communicate truth to people (hint: it is through questioning their beliefs, not through preaching to them). The program takes a few hours (more if you stop to write notes!) and costs a well-spent $75.

      And YES, those of us who ARE aware of the connections of which you speak now have a moral obligation to begin “disconnecting” from those companies and their products. That said, life is a long process best taken one careful step at a time, especially when we are attempting to help fragile people who have not yet matured and individuated. This is where we can have compassion, while still doing OUR OWN WORK.

      Thank you for your comment!

      • Ana F says:

        This is a very thoughtful response. Thank you. The phrase “begin disconnecting” is a reasonable and charitable way to put it. The point is don’t increase your participation in evil and begin the process of disconnecting from it.

        • Sallie says:

          “….and on the earth anguish of nations not knowing the way out because of the roaring of the sea and its agitation.” — Luke 21:25

    • geo Martin says:

      Yes. I refuse to take any pharmaceutical medications of dubious origins (most of them).
      I condider the medical industry and all hospitals where abortions and other ungodly procedures are performed as evil institutions, and everyone working for them should have an examination of their conscience.

  8. David Herin says:

    Excellent and moving, Jon.

    Your final quote from Revelation is telling. This is from the vision of the Apostle John on the Isle of Patmos where he was exiled for his faith in Christ.

    Yes, as Christ himself said, “where is your faith?”

    Rise up people, what Jon has faithfully chronicled here in this series of articles regarding the origins of the ‘fetal cells,’ without which, none of the vaccines would be possible, is absolute dynamite. But it will take faith to use it to blow up the evil of men, now spreading over the world.

    Faith must confront the lie: Resistance to assimilation is futile. See my article:


  9. John Williams says:

    As a Bible believing Christian I never thought it was a good thing that in the 300s AD that a church was started with a hierarchy of priests and such that emulated the very type priesthood that Jesus seemed to abolish. In The the book of the revelation, in addressing the church of Pergamum Jesus says ” you hold to the teachings of the Nicolaitans, a thing which I hate”. Nicolaitan being a hierarchy over the laity. And many of the denominations that followed through the years still held on the that same system to some extant. I’ve always felt it should be more raw and organic like it was in the first 300 + years of Christianity. They had a form of communism that actually worked! Imagine that.

    Thanks Jon for this article. Keep up the good work!!

    • darrell says:

      How do you know that the 27 books of the New Testament are inspired by the Holy Spirit? How do you know how to interpret it? There are 40,000 Protestant denominations because there is no ultimate authority outside the Bible for them. The primary authority is Apostolic teaching handed down through the centuries, called Sacred Tradition, of which the New Testament is part. Few people read before modern times. And Jesus never told His apostles to write anything, but some did. What about Mark and Luke, what gives them any authority? It all comes back to the Church Christ founded upon Peter, “and upon this rock I will build my church…and what you bind on earth shall be bound in heaven…” (Mt 16.18-19)

      Jesus instituted the priesthood at the Last Supper, Peter was the first pope, the apostles consecrated other men as bishops, priests, and deacons, the bishops, successors to the apostles, continued doing so through the centuries.

      The imperial powers have always tried to control the Church, with some exceptions. All the Church Fathers defended Catholic teaching. (See, e.g. Writings of the Church Fathers According to Topic). The Church has always had corruption from within (heresies, immorality) and persecution from without, but the promise of Christ to preserve it in teaching the truth has never failed, i.e., until the takeover in 1958 after many years of enemy infiltration (see my other comment).

      For those who don’t know that the New Testament not only is a product of the Catholic Church, but even proves the teachings of the Church, see docs.google.com/file/d/0B43z_Az4kEXdTWM4ZmVnd2JUZzA/edit

  10. Krofter says:

    Given that the original council of Nicea was organized by Constantine as a means to consolidate power under one religion in the Roman Empire, and given that this constituted the founding of the Catholic church in 325 ad, it should come as no surprise that the current pope is once again aligned with the powers that be. That other massive contingent of Christians, protestants, has, for the most part, avoided the jabs. Hhmmm.

  11. Tom Bernard says:

    Finally, a true message of “responsibility” directed toward the people of faith, who profess to believe… but seldom act accordingly… God is watching.

  12. Roundball Shaman says:

    “A billion Catholics, COVID vaccines, and the duty to refuse injection… unless fear and comfort are the true pillars of the Church.”

    Not just Catholics, but all persons of true faith in the Authority of Our Creator should be speaking up loudly right now. The fact that things are so eerily quiet tells one just how serious most people are (not) about acting upon true faith and ethical principles.

    “Is it archaic to speak about conscience? Is religious membership really an elaborate charade, a social stage play?”

    Conscience has been sold out for corporate profits on the business side and wanting to fit in the social structure on the personal side. And on the political side, conscience never even had a seat at the table.

    Conscience is messy. Going against the grain of just going along. Conscience takes courage. This kind of courage has been weaned out of today’s society.

    Religious membership is just another social club. Start speaking up about conscience and see how fast your fellow parishioners (and your Leader) turns on you for bringing up things that make them uncomfortable.

    “Don’t the sacred vows of a priest go beyond loyalty to this world? Isn’t his conviction to his faith a thing larger than his life on Earth?”

    Just as a politician’s true loyalty is to Party over Country, a person-of-the-cloth’s true loyalty is to keep quiet and follow orders from church ‘authorities’ (at the organizational level and not Church Founders).

    It is not just politicians and the medical profession that are being exposed today. The Churches of the World are being exposed for what they truly are.

  13. D. Smith says:

    Fear is what churches do best, and it’s been my experience (in the place where I live) that catholics play the fear card more than any other organized religion in the world. My church (I’m Swedish background so YOU guess which church I’m affiliated with, and I guarantee you it’s not catholic!) doesn’t even require any of the nonsensical stuff being promoted by catholics or by the medical mafia, like masks, & that dumb “6 foot apart rule” (like 5′ 11″ is fine but at 6 feet you’ll be “safe”??!!!) – – but the shots have to be the worst messaging being done to humanity.

    As my husband used to say, “don’t let fear and common sense stop you!!”.

  14. David HILL says:

    As the biggest business in the world, the Church (if we can say taking in all religions) will go where all the other power freaks go and as long as they get their 20 pieces of silver every time, they will sell Christ again and again…forever without a thought about what the world should really be like – the vaccine example is a single example of many in the history of the world of religion taking sides in wars, even if this one we are in is a global war and where those at the top believe that it is better to be with the other power leaders than to speak out as they may cross my palm with even more silver in the future, unlike the faithful who we can use to our own desires…sounds familiar? I am afraid that those at the top of religious, are just the same in my mind as those masquerading as humanitarian philanthropists when it comes to any threat to their diminishing power…for power and control is what all these people crave and it does not matter if you are a psycho corporate multi-billionaire or the leader of a religion as what matters is that you have the power. On an allied side we should all consider if this Earth we live, could it possibly be that place called Purgatory, as it is very similar in many ways – “Where do we go when we die? A simple question from time immemorial and where it depends on whether we are good or evil ultimately – A personal take” –


  15. John M B Overton says:

    Thank you, Jon.

    My wife (a priest in the Anglican Church of Canada and now back in England in the C of E) and I (a church organist in the Anglican and Swedish churches) are amazed at how passive the worldwide church is/people of faith are when it comes to infanticide in order to produce “medical remedies” which are, at best, doubtful, and at worst, utterly diabolical.

    I thank you from the depths of my heart that you continue to challenge us, and those like us, so powerfully.

    I’m convinced that Yeshua would be doing exactly the same, were He alive in these days… (who knows… maybe He is!)
    Please do not stop!

    We all need to hear the Voice of Deepest Truth.

    May all that is Divine bless and prosper your prophetic voice.

  16. Yvonne Blasy says:

    Well said, and a challenge. What does it mean to “believe?” It’s not meant to be a mental assent head thing. Appreciated the thoughts about George Fox. That was then. That movement evaporated into the, for the most part, liberal nothing burger it is today. But some of us – in spite of being members of hierarchical churches (which is not the crime some seem to think it is BTW) – are “Quakers at heart” in the real sense of that word.

    Jesus went toe to toe with hierarchy more than anyone. He knew what many of them were and freely called them a pit of vipers and the seed of the serpent. And they allied themselves with the state to crucify Him.

    Thanks for keeping on the trail of this vitally important subject. There are too many folks who are under the delusion that this cannot possibly be happening.

    What a lot of people need is a not just a “personal experience of Jesus,” but they need a personal experience of raw evil in some way that will show them just how real evil is and their need to ally themselves with the risen Lord Jesus.

  17. darrell says:

    Jorge Bergoglio (stage name Francis) is not the Pope, he’s the apostate head of the Vatican II Novus Ordo “counterfeit church of darkness,” as the mystic Venerable Anne Catherine Emmerich prophesied. He is the 5th in a series of antipopes beginning with the obese Judeo-Freemasonic chosen candidate John XXIII in 1958. Besides, no true successor of St Peter would be telling Catholics to take any vaccine, much less one morally tainted by the horrendous crime and sin of infanticide. Real popes don’t do things like that. Can anyone imagine Pius XII or any of his predecessors doing that? Not a chance. Francis only does so because he is a Luciferian Globalist NWO asset. Most religious leaders today are, some knowingly, some not.

    If anyone wants to know where the true, traditional Catholic Church is, they can check out, e.g., http://www.novusordowatch.org

  18. Tim says:

    Faith in The Truth. Not in the illusion. Not in appearances.

    Ultimately, nothing that happens in this “world” has any reality, except expressions of Love.

    Everything else is an expression of ego-hostility to Truth-GOD, and an attempt to falsify IT. An attempt to show that GOD and The Son can be killed, insulted, offended, rejected, substituted, that Reality as GOD and The Son Knows It isn’t true.

    I’m sorry, I won’t doubt The Power and Glory of GOD. I won’t believe in the ego-spells(false-perceptions) and fraudulent projections constituting a miscreation(dream of lies and counterfeits) and misidentification. The 5-senses lie.

    This “world” is a fraud. A self-deception. EgoMatrix.

    What GOD Created is Eternal.

    This dream has an end.

  19. Edward Lye says:

    As far as I can search engine the matter, the Pope placed the onus of the decision to vaccinate unto the doctors. Let me ask you which doctor would go against the body that licences their profession?

    Those few who bravely speak out have been “dealt with”. By passing the buck, the infallibility of the Pope escapes challenge. The missing elephant in the Vatican is any mention of treatment/protocols/drugs for Covid-19 like HCQ and Ivermectin cocktails. As for the billion so-called Catholic-sheep who have succumbed to the comfort and safety provided under the new religion of an invisible speck of protein, I have drawn a line in the sand and refuse to consent to the Covid-19 Vaccines. It is not a great stand as I have very little to lose at my stage in life. Poor advice indeed for those whose livelihood is being threatened but the prize now is the entire world {no one is safe until all are safe} which is why there is such a monumental concerted effort to force vaccine mandates and discredit Ivermectin. This truly is the mother of all battles, the first real WORLD war. This pastor provides a powerful 1hr10m sermon – the best I have come across in 2020-2021:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9eR3_N9FtUY May God have mercy on our souls.

  20. lee gion says:

    You should know I am 100% with you on this. And that is all I have to say, sorry to interrupt.

    Actually, the conversations with the devil have me realizing you are a better Christian soul than most who falsely proclaim themselves as such, even though you were raised Jewish, and have clearly seen the truth regardless of pre-defined ‘faith’.

    Love you, brother!

  21. CK_ says:

    It looks like Gavin Newsom had an adverse effect from his “booster” shot.


  22. Arthur Danu says:

    Can’t we all agree, unequivocally, at this point in time, that ALL VACCINES ARE POISON to the human body….and very adverse to the human SPIRIT???

    I refuse to believe that NATURE/GOD/NOTHING, in all of its incalculable INTELLIGENCE, would create a creature that came into its own world IMPERFECT, so much so as to need IMMEDIATE MEDICAL INTERVENTIONS UPON ARRIVAL IN THE PHYSICAL WORLD.

    For MILLENNIA BEYOND COUNTING, humans have entered the world without vaccines, and our species seems to have been growing just fine.

    But the RETARDATION in HUMANITY is now so blatantly obvious, we all must begin to openly wonder how much of a role VACCINES are playing in our current collective demise!

    It is my CATMA that Vaccines are an issue worth scratching for!

    Most Sacred Meows to you all!

    Pope Robert Anton Wilson II

  23. Harry says:

    Well. Guess what.

    CATHOLIC ARCHBISHOP CARLO MARIA VIGANÒ has recently shared a letter he sent October 23, 2021 to Cardinal Luis F. Ladaria S.J., Prefect of the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith, Archbishop José Gomez, President of the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops, as well as to all the bishops of the United States of America. Viganò presents a carefully reasoned, heavily supported argument against the mRNA “vaccines” being pushed on the American people and others around the world with a manic and relentless ferocity– despite the long-standing and ever-growing evidence of their worthlessness as remedies against C19 and of their significant adverse effects.


  24. Steve Stars says:


    Great article you wrote here, which challenges the very precepts of faith, and directly cuts to the bone and essential DNA itself of all human life.

    Obviously, this issue has to be at the center of any theological analysis, because life itself is being raped and murdered by Big Pharma’s devilish designs and corruption.

    Here is a great breakdown of what MUST now be acknowledged as Fauci’s CONSPIRACY. These criminals (including “Francis”) must be tried and punished.


  25. saverio says:

    Archbishop Vigano is right on point exposing this mess

    I am a healthcare worker who was a hero last year now I’m on unpaid leave going on 6th week I will not comply

  26. Ginger says:

    I agree with Archbishop Vigano as well. These mandates are strictly immoral and so is the “vaccine”. The new religion of neo-paganism is built on the “sacraments” of abortion, infanticide, euthanasia, contraception and divorce.

    The Pope has aligned himself with the enemies of Christ and His Church. He devotes himself daily to the destruction of the Faith. Real Catholics who adhere to the Faith as it has been practiced for centuries, disregard almost everything he says and does. We pray for his conversion and that of all men who cooperate with Satan.

  27. Rico Debiase says:



    She worked for CATHOLIC CHARITIES

  28. Diane Di says:

    This was a sobering listen



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