The One World Religion

It’s a little-talked-about aspect of the New World Order, Great Reset and all those other ‘conspiracy theories’ the WHO, UN, WEF, Boris and even the next King Charles have been telling us all about. Today, Boris has told ‘Covid conspiracy theorists’ to ‘grow up’. That’s right – those who have been saying the virus is being used for political ends, that the first lockdown was just a taster, are still being called ‘conspiracy theorists’.

Boris on the other hand, is simply doing what he assured us he would not do, and what the ‘conspiracy theorists’ predicted would happen. At this point, those ‘conspiracy theorists’ are a far more reliable source of what’s coming than the government.

What’s coming isn’t very nice. The NHS doesn’t like heretics who question their Holy Pronouncements. Mad Hancock and others have suggested that ‘Covid deniers’ and ‘Anti-Vaxxers’ should be prosecuted. There’s that heresy again.

An increasing number of health professionals are declining the new mRNA vaccines. These are now ‘anti-vaxxers’. Really? I rather suspect that those workiing in the medical field, like those of us in microbiology, get a lot of vaccinations. It’s a hell of a risk working in an infectious environment without them. A doctor won’t know who might one day walk into his surgery with something nasty, just as I never knew what was in the contaminated samples I tested until I had the results. Results could take days.

These medics are not ‘anti-vaxxers’ and neither am I. We are merely anti-experimental-procedure-without-sufficient-safety-data-using-a-technique-devised-in-the-mind-of-a-lunatic.

Tried and tested vaccines, fine. Something banged tgether in Bill Gates’s shed in a matter of months, using an entirely new procedure never before tried in humans, not so fine. The Oxford vaccine at least uses standard vaccine technology, but they’ve inserted Covid spike protein into an adenovirus. From there it’s business as usual. (Adenovirus is one of the viruses that cause the common cold so this won’t give you Covid but it might give you a cold).

But I have banged on about the mRNA nonsense enough. This is about the One World Religion. It’s all part of it. It looked like they weren’t ready to start on that yet. I had assumed it would be the Church of Climatology and the Green God vs. Satanic Carbon. It might yet morph into that.

It was when they announced the return of Thursday night clapping that something clicked. This came about just as anyone who questioned the official narrative was labelled heretic. Last time it was ‘clap for the NHS’. This time it’s ‘clap for heroes’. I have never done either, it would be an entirely futile gesture out here unless I clapped into a massive amplifier. Also, I never saw the point.

Vaccine rollout has begun. Anyone refusing the vaccine is an ‘anti-vaxxer’ even if, like me, they’ve been vaxxed up to the eyeballs with pretty much anything else. Anyone questioning the official narrative is a ‘Covid denier’ even those of us who are quite aware that this is a real and nasty virus. Question the masks (which don’t work) or the lockdowns (ditto) and you are denying the very existence of viruses entirely.

Sound familiar? It’s just like ‘Climate denier’ shouted at the climate heretics. I suspect it’s the same people doing this.

One of many things Communism always gets wrong is the eradication of religion. I’ve never felt the need for one but many, many people do. People find comfort in the certain knowledge that they are right about their beliefs. They find comfort in believing there is a higher power looking after them, whether it’s God or Allah or Shiva or Odin or whichever. Even the atheists have meetings, which I’ve always found odd. Why meet to deny the existence of something nobody can prove exists? It’s the grouping of likeminded people – they’ll hate me for calling it a ‘religion’ but come on guys, you have meetings and all agree on something ethereal and shout down heretics. It’s the same.

It’s that grouping that matters. Like-minded people who believe the same thing coming together and feeling stronger in the group. It’s something totalitarian regimes of the past understood very well. Give them hope, let them believe in a deity who will someday come to save them and they’ll put up with anything.

Now I’m not saying religion is a bad thing. I’m an apathist, I don’t care about any gods. I do, however, understand that the belief gives a lot of people comfort and I would never try to take that from them. Besides, there’s only one way to find out which religion, if any, is right and I’m in no hurry.

Religion, however, has been used as a tool of control since the dawn of mankind. All you need do is call yourself the messenger of a particular god, be sufficiently convincing and you have control. I covered this kind of thing a long time ago in ‘Fear the Witch, for it is you‘.

Communism takes away that comforting religion. You have to treat the State as a god and it clearly isn’t. It’s full of people and not very nice people, usually. Anyone with any religion would look at that and think ‘That’s not God. That’s Satan.’

Someone in this New World Order game has realised this and decided to institute a One World Religion. You can call it tinhat foilery if you like. That’s actually a badge of honour these days, the tinfoil brigade have been rather good at predictions in recent times. Someone, somewhere, realised that most people, most by far, need some kind of hope, some comfort, something to let them believe their miserable, oppressed lives have purpose and that there will be a reward at the end of it.

However, none of the current religions will do. Muslims are not going to convert to Shintoism. Christians are not going to convert to Judaism. Buddhists will never consent to being Pagan. Any attempt to force one of the current religions into dominance is going to lead to a very messy and violent war. It has to be something new. Something proven. Something that offers what no religion offers. The true face of a god.

Now here’s the thing. It can’t be human. If Jesus reappeared, that only affects Christians. If the Mahdi appears, that only affects Muslims. Likewise for the messiah of any religion. This has to be something entirely new and unconnected to any existing religion.

Hence Thursday. Friday belongs to Islam, Saturday to Judaism, Sunday to Christianity. The holy day has to be separate from all of them. Clap for hte NHS. Clap for the heroes. Clap for the vaccinators. Clap for the Saviour…

Who is it?

Well, it was entirely coincidental, of course, that the Pentagon started releasing blurry images of alleged UFOs just as this started. Just as War and Pestilence stalked the land. Just as the Mark of the Beast is being issued to those who want to live and work in the New Normal. You don’t have the vaccine, you don’t get to live. Famine is coming, and Death is all saddled up.

No. I do not believe in the End Times but there are those who do and they are in positions where they can make it happen, or at least appear to be happening.

Are aliens coming? We are in the age of CGI where the screen can make you believe that blue alien giants live on a world where land floats in the air. We are at the point where you can make a video that looks exactly like someone giving a speech even though that person isn’t there. You can ‘re-face’ videos with other people’s faces just for fun and it’s very realistic.

They don’t need Ra to be real. They don’t need Odin or Christ or Hu Gadarn to be real. The technology exists to make you believe they are. Or any new alien ‘god’ that has come to save you.

We’ve long been conditioned to wait for a saviour so we don’t have to bother saving ourselves. Jesus was replaced by Spiderman, Batman, Superman, a host of others. You don’t need to do anything, just wait for the hero. The bad news is, there really isn’t one. You want to be saved, save yourselves. Stop clapping. You are the hero, if you can face it.

Okay, full Alcan headgear time. I am going to predict that there will be an ‘alien invasion’ by those who identify as all the gods of all religions, and that it will happen at 8 pm on a Thursday. They will unite believers into a One World Religion and heretics will be dealt with. Then they will go home, leaving selected New Popes in charge.

With current technology, considering the sophistication of what is available to the public and extrapolating to the technology that isn’t… this would be a breeze.

26 thoughts on “The One World Religion

  1. Alcan. Haven’t heard that trade name for years.

    My father is due the Pfizer on Saturday

    He can’t be talked out of it. I’m worried. I’m going with him to see the shizzle but I’m pretty pissed off

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      • I suspect it will be a “vaccinator ” not a nurse or doctor. It’s at the NHS headquarters building. Not even at a health centre.

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        • Outlaw has signed up for, and quite likely in training now (no direct contact for other, family, reasons), to be one member of one of umpteen 3/4 person teams/units/modules (can’t remember the term used now) they will be in a massive unit on an industrial estate.
          Has nursing type experience but not a nurse.
          Angels of Death might be an apt descriptor.

          Any guesses how long before it becomes mandatory, under escallating threats before the brown shirts finally come for the hold outs.

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  2. I learned recently that Doncaster is having its physiotherapists trained as Wuflu stabbers. That’s why you have no chance of a physiotherapy appointment if you’re unlucky enough to be in agony and in need of one. It’s the envy of the world, you know . . . .

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    • Holograms have no speed limit 😉

      I’m betting on 8 pm GMT, on a Thursday, for the arrival of the Big Green Saviour who will tell us how to ‘save the planet’ (by wiping ourselves out).

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  3. I think that when emotions are so high that there is more going on than arguing about science. That’s why the name-calling and threats are evident from the manmade climate change congregation and the Church of the Blessed Vaccination, because rational arguments from them are unconvincing.

    To quote famous evolutionist Michael Ruse, “Evolution is promoted by its practitioners as more than mere science. 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 in this one complaint… the literalists [i.e., creationists] are absolutely right. Evolution is a religion. This was true of evolution in the beginning, and it is true of evolution still today.”

    This explains why they cannot abide their religion being questioned without blowing up in your face.

    Thing is that people have to believe in something or else they are staring into the abyss of nihilism and I don’t think people can live that way and stay sane. Notice I wrote “believe” in something. It could be anything, real or imagined or hoped for, if it distracts them from nothingness, because people need to have purpose, which is non-material, but necessary for good mental health. So, even if you have children and are perpetuating your genes, it’s not enough, but it should be if evolution theory were true.

    Christians are not going to convert to Judaism.

    There is some movement both ways, but there’s an interesting prophesy in Zechariah 8:23, and it’s how I’ve been feeling in recent times making my way through the Jewish Bible/Old Testament again,

    “Thus saith the LORD of hosts; In those days it shall come to pass, that ten men shall take hold out of all languages of the nations, even shall take hold of the skirt of him that is a Jew, saying, We will go with you: for we have heard that God is with you.”

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    • I believe in The Universe, albeit in a minor way in so far as I am concerned. We live, we breed, we die. The possibility of Nothing Afterwards doesn’t frighten me. Especially as there is sweet bugger all I think I can do about it. The Universe is a glorious thing in my life right now.

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      • I believe in the universe too. Well, I live there.

        The possibility of Nothing Afterwards doesn’t frighten me.

        What about the possibility of reward and punishment?

        It’s not so much a matter of what frightens you, but what is true.

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          • I’m talking about how your behaviour in this life affects you in the next life.

            We were created in the image of God, so you can guarantee that someone will have the desire to deal with you.

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            • First you have to believe In God. My much loved Grandmother did everything within and without her power to save my Mother from Tuberculosis. She failed and never quite forgave herself. She thought that she hadn’t tried hard enough or prayed hard enough.
              Me? Tough shit. It was a bit of a bad one. I then contracted Tuberculosis at the same age that killed my mother. Three small children not withstanding. Streptomycine saved me. It certainly wasn’t God. But then Leggy might have something to say about that. The Cure has left me with a lifetime of allergies. I deal with those. I didn’t die when my children needed me, this all that mattered to me at the time.

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              • First you have to believe In God.

                He exists whether you believe in Him or not.

                You don’t have a monopoly on bad things happening to you. Every one of us is in the same boat. We are here to learn and grow spiritually and that can only happen when we are confronted with bad things. If you are content to sit back and be resentful about the past rather than growing up spiritually and getting to know the Master of the Universe through good times and bad then you are doing yourself a tremendous disservice.

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                • Well now here’s the thing. Does anything exist? Anything at all? Do you exist? Do I?

                  I think, therefore I am. But am I? Or do I just think I am? I construct entire worlds, stories and charchters in my head. A higher power could make them real.

                  Are we real or just characters in another creature’s dream? How about the entire universe? Real or Dream? Is there ever going to be any way to be certain?
                  There is only one way. You have to die to find out what’s left, and there is always the chance it could be nothing. We all find out the final truth in the end.

                  I’m in no hurry.

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                  • Pain is real. I feel pain, therefore I exist. How do I exist? Random mutations and natural selection via a common ancestor that emerged from chemicals? Do I exist on a ‘Goldilocks’ planet in a ‘Goldilocks’ universe that just happens to be so finely tuned for life to exist that this must be just one universe out of an infinite number – or was it all created for life, for pain, for growing, for ultimate redemption and glory?

                    The whole quote is “I doubt, therefore I think, therefore I am.” As you are doubting then you obviously exist. There’s one problem solved.* 😉

                    *If you don’t exist then who is writing this blog?

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      • ” We live, we breed, we die”

        You missed out paying taxes!
        But looking at the dystopian future now unfolding, I’m rather relieved that I’ve avoided #2…

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  4. 4000 years of medical experts:

    2000 BC: Here, eat this root.
    1000 AD: That root is heathen! Here, say this prayer.
    1865 AD: That prayer is superstition! Here, drink this potion.
    1935 AD: That potion is snake oil! Here, swallow this pill.
    1975 AD: That pill is ineffective! Here, take this antibiotic.
    2000 AD: That antibiotic is poison! Here, eat this root.

    Last night, my kids and I were sitting in the living room and I said to them,
    “There is no way I would ever want to live in a vegetative state, dependent on some machine and fluids from a bottle. If that ever happens, just pull the plug.”

    They got up, unplugged the computer and threw out my beer.

    The little bastards.

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