New World Religion.

Stewart Cowan has often said that the One World Government will also need a One World Religion. Well yes, they can’t have us under control if we are continually fractioning into different sects. They need one religion to rule us all. Islam thinks it’s going to be Islam, but it’s clearly not. Islam is currently delighting in setting itself up for future eradication. It’s not going to be Satanism either. That’s also been set up by linking it to child abuse.



My own view on religion is simple. I don’t believe a word of it. Name whichever religion you like. I don’t believe it. The thing about religion is that you have to just believe it. There is no way to prove or disprove any of them. Accept it or forget about it.

At the same time, I don’t deny religion. I cannot refute it in the same way and for the same reasons that I cannot prove it or indeed study it in any way. Pat Condell actively denies religion, as does the Archbishop of Atheism, Richard Dawkins. I do not.

One of those religions might be right. There’s only one way to find out and I’m in no hurry. I just hope the one that’s right is one that doesn’t have a Hell. But then… maybe reincarnation is Hell. “What? I have to do it all again?”

Where religion is concerned I am a neutral observer. Not an atheist and certainly not a fundamentalist atheist. I am an apathist. I just don’t care. With no means to study the existence or otherwise of all those gods of all those religions, I can make no progress on the matter so I leave it alone.

Anyway. Our mysterious reptilian masters will want a religion acceptable to all. No need to worry about ISIS, they’ll be entombed in radioactive glass sooner or later. If America don’t want to send in ground troops you just know what they have in mind. As for crazy Christians like the Westboro Baptist Church, who is going to defend them when their time comes? Not me, that’s for sure.

There is one thing all religions have in common. Their god or gods is/are to be feared. They are all judgemental gods. Get something wrong and it’s the ring of fire for you (not just the morning-after-Madras effect either). You have to behave as directed or you will be judged.

Now, if you want to win converts to a New World Religion, the sensible thing is to lose the ‘judgement’ and all the regular praying and set up a god who does not judge and who requires nothing from you unless you have asked something of them. An easy-going, laid-back sort of god who really doesn’t care what you do. A god that does not define anyone as good or evil. A god with no punishments unless you break a deal.

Oh, and if the god does something for you, what you have to do in return is pretty simple. No penance in the wilderness. Give the god whisky or cigarettes or even tofu and that’s all you need. Whatever is important to you is important to the god.

Everyone is included. There are no commandments. No atonement. Nothing. There is no Hell and whatever you do is fine. If you want the god’s help you have to pay but if you don’t, well just go ahead. This is a hedonistic god and whether you strap on a celice and pray for twelve hours a day or drink five bottles of vodka and shoot a gas station attendant, it’s all fine.

So the world descends into chaos? No, because the One World Government has made so very many rules that everyone is careful to breathe the right way in public. In private they will follow the One World Religion that is technically illegal but Government sponsored.

Satanism does not fit the bill. It has rules about behaviour and it has ‘must-attend’ ceremonies. Paganism does not fit the bill. It too has rules. The One World Government will have lots and lots of rules and what it will require of a One World Religion is the illusion of an escape from those rules. Not more rules.

The drones have to believe that salvation is coming. Like Batman or Spiderman or even the Mighty Atom, the drones must believe that they don’t have to do anything to free themselves. Someone is coming who will free them. They just have to tolerate the crap and wait. Most current religions worked this scam out millenia ago.

They will wait forever. Nobody is coming.

To control them you have to give them an outlet. A belief in future freedom if they can just grit their teeth and bear it for now. The outlet must give the illusion that their lives matter and they could, if left alone, enjoy life. No current religion offers that. They all have tight rules and regulations.

The New World Religion is taking shape. A god who is happy for you to do whatever you want. No judement and no rules

It’s not Satan.

It’s Death.

Death has no agenda. He/she is a self-employed capitalist. That’s why this new religion is based on contracts.

Damn, I wish I’d though of it first.



26 thoughts on “New World Religion.

  1. Just as I was about to take a long sabbatical from all things blog-related!

    We know the One World Government is fast becoming a reality. Just a look at the FCTC and that nigh on every country in the world is bending over backwards to obey the WHO’s commandments and persecute up to 60% of their adult citizens based on fraudulent ‘science’. That’s just one of many examples.

    The One World Religion has been written about. Not just in the Bible, but that is an important first port of call and as you say, the OWR can’t be one of the established religions, which (generally) teach the importance of family values as that’s the last thing the social engineers want. They have been dismantling our ‘Judeo-Christian’ basis for morality and ethics for as long as we’ve been alive.

    But the Beast system will be the One World Religion and everyone in the world will be expected to conform just as surely as we are expected to obey smoking bans, environmental legislation and so on, because anyone who “would not worship the image of the beast should be killed” (Rev. 13:15). That’s the verse just before the information about nobody being able to buy or sell unless they “receive a mark in their right hand, or in their foreheads.”

    Albert Pike revealed the Freemasons’ plans in his book “Morals and Dogma” (1871) which involves replacing all religions with theirs, i.e. the worship of Lucifer.

    We know the UN, EU and the governments in the West are becoming increasingly socialist and therefore anti-religion. An article in The Independent states, How the right to deny the existence of God is under threat globally.

    They use “God” as a generic term, but it is mainly about the god of Islam. I’m sure that we couldn’t describe atheists as being a persecuted minority here. But the UK Government has broached the idea of new blasphemy laws after getting rid of the Christian ones a few years ago, probably so they could reinvent them to include all religions in time for the new ‘messiah’ to be revealed.

    The drones have to believe that salvation is coming.

    And they will! The Antichrist posing as the Messiah is the way to go. Jews, Christian and Muslims are expecting their messiah to appear at any moment and atheists will be convinced or coerced. Hindus will add any ‘gods’ to their pantheon. There are, of course, numerous conspiracies on the subject from staged ‘alien’ landings with the ‘messiah’ on board to Prince William being revealed as the one.

    The thing about religion is that you have to just believe it.

    It ain’t necessarily so. It usually starts out that way, but ideas of genetic entropy and many other scientific indicators strengthen the veracity of the Bible, as do the continual archaeological finds which prove that names, places and dates in scripture really did exist. I’ve not seen any evidence for elephant-headed gods.

    Pat Condell, in my opinion, could well be another Establishment double agent to denigrate established religions and add fuel to the divide and conquer agenda. We know that Labour introduced mass immigration to change the country, but does Condell ever mention this? The fake patriot groups don’t. The problems with Islam here were made by homegrown traitors to subvert our culture. And you know what I think about Westboro being a set-up to discredit Christianity with their obscenely anti-Christian antics being picked up by media all over the world. A very simple and cheap propaganda tool designed to cause maximum damage.

    So what will it be? You won’t be able to sell your model railway parts on Ebay without the mark of the Beast. It will be a cashless society; you’ll need to swipe your right hand under the scanner to buy your groceries – and sign in to the doctor’s and hospital and on the bus and probably to gain entry to one of your toilet cubicles then wave again to get your four sheet ration of toilet paper. Wave again to try to get another four and the Khazi Stasi will be alerted.

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    • Your last paragraph is straight out of Panoptica 😉

      Money will indeed vanish. It never really existed anyway once fractional reserve banking started. You will have as much credit in your contactless hand-chip as your masters think you deserve.

      As for Westboro, I don’t think they are a setup. I think they are just nuts. Very few nuts. The setup is the media giving this small bunch of nuts far more airtime than they derserve.

      Your Beast and your seven-headed monster have been on the go for some time now. It doesn’t matter whether I believe in it or not. There are those who believe and who have the power to make it happen.

      It’s as I say about Satanic sacrifice – whether you believe in Satan or not, if the Satanists want you dead, you end up just as dead whether Satan is real or imaginary.

      Those in power believe they have some divine or profane destiny to fulfil and whether it’s real or not, they are going to do it anyway.


      • You can’t go wrong using Revelation to accurately foresee the future, although, as we know, the Mark may be something like seventh day Sabbath observance, so I’m all right there, BUT I understand that there are moves afoot – in Brussels, of course – to make Sunday an enforced day of rest and to make it unlawful to buy and sell on that day. Of course, decoding Revelation is another matter, but it seems to be pointing to Rome (i.e. the Catholic Church) as the seat of this evil power and with Francis the first Jesuit pope, the beginning of the end could be nigh.

        And you can envisage from the writings of the crazed socialists and eugenicists how it’s going to be. Lenin’s quotes are about all you need! One of my favourites is this:

        “Democracy is indispensable to socialism.”

        Either way with Westboro, you’re right about the media.

        Those in power believe they have some divine or profane destiny to fulfil and whether it’s real or not, they are going to do it anyway.

        I read a few posts on Caprizchka’s blog this morning. This one: quotes Eric Voegelin on Nazi Political Extremism:

        By 1938 he had theorized that ideologies were political secular religions that substituted the state for divine reality.

        Because of this interpretation, Voegelin’s approach to totalitarianism has been characterized as an outdated ersatz religion model, better suited for the Cold War. The ersatz religion model worked reasonably well to describe similarities the National Socialist movement had with religions, but Voegelin recognized that it did not penetrate to the essence of ideologies. His understanding of ideologies matured after World War II into his theory that ideologies were Gnostic quests for absolute certainty that caused alienation from reality.

        Voegelin thought that the search for certainty ultimately required excluding any evidence to the contrary of the ideology; therefore, ideologies limited the individual’s view of human reality to the immediate world. Furthermore, although ideologies are founded on a kernel of truth—e.g., proletarians are sometimes oppressed—ideologists become quickly alienated from reality as a consequence of their own quest for certainty about meaning in existence. The consequences of alienation are that ideologists pursue the perceived immanent good and try to eliminate the perceived immanent evil, thereby rationalizing criminality and even murder. Violence is inherent to extremist political ideologies.

        It reminds me of what a couple of more recent atheist evolutionists have said.

        Professor Richard Lewontin, a geneticist (and self-proclaimed Marxist):

        “Our willingness to accept scientific claims that are against common sense is the key to an understanding of the real struggle between science and the supernatural. We take the side of science in spite of the patent absurdity of some of its constructs, in spite of its failure to fulfill many of its extravagant promises of health and life, in spite of the tolerance of the scientific community for unsubstantiated just-so stories, because we have a prior commitment, a commitment to materialism.

        “It is not that the methods and institutions of science somehow compel us to accept a material explanation of the phenomenal world, but, on the contrary, that we are forced by our a priori adherence to material causes to create an apparatus of investigation and a set of concepts that produce material explanations, no matter how counter-intuitive, no matter how mystifying to the uninitiated. Moreover, that materialism is absolute, for we cannot allow a Divine Foot in the door.” (My emphasis)

        And major anti-Creationist, Michael Ruse wrote,

        “Evolution is promulgated as an ideology, a secular religion—a full-fledged alternative to Christianity, with meaning and morality. I am an ardent evolutionist and an ex-Christian, but I must admit that in this one complaint—and Mr [sic] Gish is but one of many to make it—the literalists are absolutely right. Evolution is a religion. This was true of evolution in the beginning, and it is true of evolution still today.”

        And yes, the PTB want depopulation, hence ‘family planning’ being forced on the Third World by Bill and Melinda and some of the other big foundations in cahoots with governments. They call it Women’s Rights, but the elites’ evil plans are always passed off as ‘care’ and ‘concern’ or ‘science’.


  2. A bit O/T, but one of my mates believes that we’re all living on a prison planet and whenever anyone dies, it just means that their parole has come through. Sort of comforting in a way – those tragic stories you hear about babies dying in childbirth would actually mean that someone got a last minute reprieve.

    Possible idea for a book / short story there?


  3. Religion is merely a means to exert control A mythical deity is helpful, but not essential, as we have seen with the new green religion.

    Seneca the younger had it sussed. “Religion is regarded by the common people as true, by the wise as false, and by rulers as useful”


      • When the pope visited Glasgow a couple of years back, there were a number of placard carrying crowds. In one of the newspaper photos, you could clearly see, amongst all the serious ones, one person carrying a sign saying ‘Careful Now’ and another person with one saying ‘Down with this sort of thing’.

        Coffee came out of my nose.

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  4. I’m staying with Pastafarianism – The Flying Spaghetti Monster seems as good as any other imaginary figure, as has the added benefit of annoying humourless christians.


  5. Speaking of tequila, I think I might have asked you this before, but do they stock tequila at the local Tesco over there by chance? It’s the nectar of the gods if you ask me. When I was in the business of importing crustaceans from Mexico in the 90s my last stop on the way out of the country every Friday was the gleaming supermercado for a carton of mexican cigarettes, a liter of the golden elixir and some robust mexican coffee, all at an 80% discount to the stateside price.

    If they do happen to stock it over there and you haven’t sampled any yet, try combining it with your expresso. The complimentary flavors of tequila and coffee are simply out of this world.

    ‘The White Lady doesn’t judge me for what I do’, says Alejandro Herrera, who robs people at gunpoint throughout Mexico City.

    Unfortunately there’s a lot of Alejandros these days. I no longer go down there anymore (it’s just a couple of hours away) and since I’ve now got to pay full stateside price for the cactus juice, I rarely drink the stuff anymore.


  6. Environmentalism is the new religion. It has all of the hallmarks, including brainwashing and stupid people believing in fantasies. It is also anti-science and anti-progress – although they’d have you believe that reverting back to Sun, wind and water power which we left behind in the industrial revolution represents “progress”, somehow.

    Meanwhile, this was entirely predictable:


    • Pasteur sorted the problem of raw cow’s milk a hundred years ago and still…

      Oh well. There will be sails on ships again soon and open sewers in the streets.

      When they say ‘progressive’ they never define the direction of progress, I notice.


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