Why are oceans boiling and heatwaves everywhere? Hint: It’s not “man-made climate change”


Ready to learn something? Let’s meet the historic, record-shattering Hunga Tonga volcanic eruption of 2022, which I bet you never heard of. Back in January 2022, you were probably distracted by covid mandates or maybe by Biden calling himself “Senator” again. The short version is an underwater Pacific Ocean volcano named Hunga Tonga-Hunga Ha’apai,  490 feet under the waves, massively erupted, bigger than any other modern eruption, even bigger than Mount Pinatubo.

You never heard about it since it was underwater and nobody died. But the erupting lava instantly vaporized fantastic, unimaginable amounts of sea water, which billowed into the atmosphere, changing the water composition of Earth’s atmosphere and heating it up for years. In only a few days, the superheated water from the Hunga Tonga eruption blanketed the globe, pole to pole, East to West.

The eruption was so big it could be clearly seen from space.

Here’s an August 2022 headline about the eruption, straight from the NASA website:



“Unprecedented” is accurate but doesn’t do it justice. Here’s how the rocket-slash-climate experts at NASA described Hunga Tonda as one of the most dramatic events in modern history:

When the Hunga Tonga-Hunga Ha’apai volcano erupted on Jan. 15,  it sent a tsunami racing around the world and set off a sonic boom that circled the globe twice. The underwater eruption in the South Pacific Ocean also blasted an enormous plume of water vapor into Earth’s stratosphere – enough to fill more than 58,000 Olympic-size swimming pools. The sheer amount of water vapor could be enough to temporarily affect Earth’s global average temperature.

The  not only injected ash into the stratosphere but also large amounts of water vapor, breaking all records for direct injection of water vapor, by a volcano or otherwise, in the satellite era. …The excess water vapor injected by the Tonga volcano … could remain in the stratosphere for several years. This extra water vapor could influence atmospheric chemistry, boosting certain chemical reactions that could temporarily worsen depletion of the ozone layer. It could also influence surface temperatures … since water vapor traps heat.

“We’ve never seen anything like it,” said Luis Millán, an atmospheric scientist at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Southern California.

Over the next year it would turn out that NASA badly underestimated the amount of water Hunga Tonga vaporized into the atmosphere. Current estimates are three times higher than the original: scientists now think it was closer to 150,000 metric tons, or 40 trillion gallons, of super-heated water instantly injected into the atmosphere. Talk about a greenhouse. Water vapor — humidity — is a much more effective greenhouse gas than carbon dioxide.

A new study published in April this year analyzed the 1-year aftereffects:

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With a year’s hindsight, the 2023 researchers also concluded that Hunga Tonga was one of the most remarkable climate events in modern history, and its effects are expected to last for years:

[D]ue to extreme altitude reach of the eruption,  volcanic plume circumnavigated the Earth in only one week and dispersed nearly pole-to-pole in three months. The observations provide evidence for an unprecedented increase in the global stratospheric water mass by 13% as compared to climatological levels. As there are no efficient sinks of water vapour in the stratosphere, this perturbation is expected to persist several years. The eruption has also led to a 5-fold increase in the stratospheric aerosol load, the highest in the last three decades yet factor of 6 smaller than the previous major eruption of Mt Pinatubo in 1991.

The unique nature and magnitude of the global stratospheric perturbation by the Hung eruption ranks it among the most remarkable climatic events in the modern observation era.

But I bet you never heard anything about Hunga Tonga, did you? Thanks, media. Better late than never, though. And if I’m doing my job right, you’re starting to think, hey, maybe the hot summer weather this year might have something to do with this historic volcanic eruption last year? If so, you aren’t the only one. Here’s another study, from April this year:

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Say hello to the “global warming” plume most completely ignored by corporate media. These researchers were even more direct in connecting the “historic heat wave” to Hunga Tonga:

We find that the Hunga Tonga-Hunga Ha’apai eruption produced the … largest perturbation of stratospheric water vapour observed in the satellite era. … fter two weeks, due to dilution, water vapour heating started to dominate the top-of-the-atmosphere radiative forcing, leading to a net warming of the climate system… This is the first time a warming effect on the climate system has been linked to volcanic eruptions, which usually produce a transient cooling.

The story made the science news, which makes it even more surprising that corporate media somehow found a way to successfully ignore the story. Here’s an EOS headline from March of this year:

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See that? Hunga Tonga warming could last five more years. At this rate, the plume will likely outlive Joe Biden.

Corporate media isn’t ignoring the story because it lacks for dramatic graphs and charts. Here’s a chart I found showing how atmospheric water vapor increased recently compared to the prior twenty years. The atmosphere’s water concentration is off the chart:

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See that? For the first time since tracking began, the amount of water vapor in the atmosphere is pegged out at the maximum, across the board.

Here’s why corporate media is ignoring the most dramatic climate even in modern history: because you can’t legislate underwater volcanoes. You can try, but they won’t listen. So what’s the fun in that? Corporate media only exists to further political ends. Since volcanoes aren’t subject to politics, why bother?

… click HERE to read the rest, including this astonishing chart (keep in mind it is the middle of winter in Antarctica right now):


Why is there a Chinese biolab in California working with malaria, chlamydia, hepatitis, and 900 humanized mice?

Mysterious Chinese COVID Lab Uncovered in City of Reedley CA

Code enforcement check uncovers illegal lab making COVID-19 and pregnancy test kits, bacterial and viral agents and 900 white mice

By Katy Grimes, July 28, 2023

Why would a COVID lab run by a shady Chinese company be operating in Reedley, CA in the central San Joaquin Valley? The lab, which was supposed to be an empty building, was discovered by Reedley city code enforcement officers when they saw a garden hose attached to the building and investigated.

Darren Fraser at the MidValley Times reported earlier this week that the building has been illegally operated since October 2022 by Wang Zhaolin of Prestige Biotech, and the lab was used to produce COVID-19 tests and pregnancy tests.

City of Reedley officials called in the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the FBI, the State Department of Toxic Substances Control (DTSC), the State Department of Health, the California Department of Public Health (CDPH) and the Fresno County Department of Public Health (FCDPH).

“Reedley officials and personnel from CDPH and FCDPH executed a warrant on March 16 to inspect the warehouse at 850 I Street,” MidValley Times reported. “According to a declaration from Humero Prado, Assistant Director of Fresno County Public Health, which was filed in superior court, investigators discovered that one room of the warehouse was used to produce COVID-19 and pregnancy tests. In other rooms, investigators found blood, tissue and other bodily fluid samples. They also found thousands of vials that contained unlabeled fluids.”

And they found 900 genetically engineered mice, engineered to catch and carry COVID-19, living in “inhumane” conditions…

Mid Valley Times further reports:

“From May 2 through May 4, the CDC’s Division of Select Agents and Toxins inspected 850 I Street. Court documents confirm the CDC found potentially infectious agents at the location. These included both bacterial and viral agents, including: chlamydia, E. Coli, streptococcus pneumonia, hepatitis B and C, herpes 1 and 5 and rubella. The CDC also found samples of malaria.”

“Court documents identify Xiuquin Yao as the alleged president of Prestige. Neither Reedley nor FCDPH was able to obtain from Yao any substantive information regarding Prestige or why infectious agents and mice were being stored at 850 I Street other than to say that the company was developing diagnostic testing kits.”


Pope Benedict: “The Petrine ministry…while preserving its substance as a divine institution, can find expressions in various ways according to the different circumstances of time and place.”

As we have learned, if you start with a false base premise, all the logic in the world will only leave you chasing your tail. But start with a true base premise, then examine the evidence, and logic will flow like a waterfall.

Jorge Bergoglio is OBVIOUSLY an antipope.  A heretic places himself outside the Church, and a non-Catholic cannot be pope. But how did we get here? Did anything unusual happen in February 2013? Did the old pope sort of half-quit, then hang around for another ten years, in the Vatican, wearing white, with Pope still in his title, addressed as His Holiness, blessing new Cardinals, and imparting his Apostolic Blessing? Because a half-quit in Canon Law means didn’t-quit-at-all.

Did Benedict think he could remain IN ANY WAY papal after he “resigned?” What evidence do you see? If Benedict thought he remained in any way papal, altering or splitting the papacy, then he didn’t quit at all, and retained the whole thing. Canon 188.

For your consideration, please enjoy the following post from four years ago, where I gathered a few breadcrumbs. You will see that Joseph Ratzinger not only believed that the structure of the papacy could change, but that it positively WOULD change. The evidence from February 2013 shows us that he actually attempted to do just that.

Ratzinger: “The Petrine ministry…while preserving its substance as a divine institution, can find expressions in various ways according to the different circumstances of time and place.”

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Surely by now, everyone reading this space has purchased their copy of (now archbishop) J. Michael Miller’s The Shepherd and the Rock: Origins, Development and Mission of the Papacy.  This book was published in 1995 by Our Sunday Visitor, and is an expansion on +Miller’s 1979 doctoral thesis, which the Gregorianum published in 1980 under the title, The Divine Right of the Papacy in Recent Ecumenical Theology.
Chapter 16 of this book is titled: “Facing the Future: 21 Theses on the Papal Ministry”
What might the future hold, in terms of the form and function of the Papal Ministry? Turn to page 357:


Because the people of God are on a pilgrimage, the pope must have the freedom to respond to new challenges, thereby revealing new facets of the Petrine ministry. We must be on guard, therefore, lest we too quickly identify contingent forms with what is dogmatically essential to the papal office. (Do you see here how the ministry is obviously distinct from the office?)
Miller immediately goes on to support this thesis with a quote from Cardinal Ratzinger, Prefect of the CDF at the time:
“The Petrine ministry…while preserving its substance as a divine institution, can find expressions in various ways according to the different circumstances of time and place.” -Cardinal Ratzinger (as Prefect of the CDF), Communionis Notio, 28 May 1992, P.18
From the Latin: “quodque, salva substantia divina institutione definita, diversimode pro varietate locorum et temporum se manifestare potest”
I looked up the source, and indeed it is an official document of the CDF, signed by Ratzinger:
The topic at hand, obviously, is the possibility of changing the structure of the papacy, to meet the varying needs of the Church and its members, while maintaining the essential nature of the office. This was Ratzinger’s dream, to somehow overcome the Petrine stumbling block for the sake of unity. And if changing the structure of the Petrine ministry was necessary, he was open to it.
Back to the Miller book, page 358:
Ratzinger admits that “without a doubt there have been misguided developments in both theology and practice where the primacy is concerned.” A particular way of exercising the primacy might well have been the pope’s duty for the Church’s welfare at one time, without its being so in the future. In the words of Hermann Pottmeyer, “the present juridical and organizational form of the office of Peter is neither the best imaginable nor the only possible realization.”
Now let’s take a look at Cardinal Ratzinger’s 1997 book-length interview with Peter Seewald, Salt of the Earth:

Seewald: “Do you think that the papacy will remain as it is?”
++Ratzinger: “In its core it will remain. In other words, a man is needed to be the successor of Peter and to bear a personal final authority that is supported collegially. Part of Christianity is a personalistic principle; it doesn’t get vaporized into anonymities but presents itself in the person of the priest, of the bishop, and the unity of the universal Church once again has a personal expression. This will remain, the magisterial responsibility for the unity of the Church, her faith, and her morals that was defined by Vatican I and II. Forms of exercise can change, they will certainly change, when hitherto separated communities enter into unity with the Pope. By the way, the present Pope’s (JPII) exercise of the pontificate—with the trips around the world—is completely different from that of Pius XII. What concrete variations emerge I neither can nor want to imagine. We can’t foresee now exactly how that will look.”
Cardinal Ratzinger, Salt of the Earth, Peter Seewald book-length interview, 1997, page 257

“I neither can nor want to imagine.” Oh man, how unknowingly prophetic is that? Then again, if you self-fulfill your own prophesy, is that cheating?
“Forms of exercise can change, they will certainly change”

He’s not exactly on the fence about it, is he?

Now let’s move to the following year, and another document written by Cardinal Ratzinger in his official role as Prefect of the CDF, The Primacy of the Successor of Peter in the Mystery of the Church, 18 November 1998:

At this moment in the Church’s life, the question of the primacy of Peter and of his Successors has exceptional importance as well as ecumenical significance. John Paul II has frequently spoken of this, particularly in the Encyclical Ut unum sint, in which he extended an invitation especially to pastors and theologians to “find a way of exercising the primacy which, while in no way renouncing what is essential to its mission, is nonetheless open to a new situation”…

“The pilgrim Church, in its sacraments and institutions, which belong to this age, carries the mark of this world which is passing”.44 For this reason too, the immutable nature of the primacy of Peter’s Successor has historically been expressed in different forms of exercise appropriate to the situation of a pilgrim Church in this changing world…The Holy Spirit helps the Church to recognize this necessity, and the Roman Pontiff, by listening to the Spirit’s voice in the Churches, looks for the answer and offers it when and how he considers it appropriate.

Consequently, the nucleus of the doctrine of faith concerning the competencies of the primacy cannot be determined by looking for the least number of functions exercised historically. Therefore, the fact that a particular task has been carried out by the primacy in a certain era does not mean by itself that this task should necessarily be reserved always to the Roman Pontiff… (ahem, you mean like delegating the Governance role without relinquishing the Office, per Canon 131.1?)

In any case, it is essential to state that discerning whether the possible ways of exercising the Petrine ministry correspond to its nature is a discernment to be made in Ecclesia, i.e., with the assistance of the Holy Spirit and in fraternal dialogue between the Roman Pontiff and the other Bishops, according to the Church’s concrete needs. But, at the same time, it is clear that only the Pope (or the Pope with an Ecumenical Council) has, as the Successor of Peter, the authority and the competence to say the last word on the ways to exercise his pastoral ministry in the universal Church.
Joseph Cardinal Ratzinger,Prefect, CDF, Primacy of the Successor of Peter in the Mystery of the Church (published in L’Osservatore Romano, Weekly Edition in English, 18 November 1998, page 5-6) HERE

But wait! There’s more:

It’s 2008 and Ratzinger is now Pope Benedict XVI. This collection of essays, in various forms, goes back to 1987. The 2008 edition was translated by our new friend, Archbishop Miller. Turn straight to page 38 to read Benedict waxing poetic about the idea of not one, not two, but THREE members in an expanded Petrine ministry. He literally uses the term “papal troika.”
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Talk about shifting the Overton Window. How about having a book published after you’ve become pope, introducing the radical idea of a papal troika as being plausible, and then pulling back to the slightly less radical idea of a diarchy, making the latter seem positively moderate by comparison.

But remember, there is absolutely zero evidence that Pope Benedict ever once, even for a moment, considered the idea of altering the structure of the papacy, you stupid layperson.

If you see something, DO SOMETHING. Laymen are not off the hook; Christ has expectations of you.

“Because Christ the Head holds such an eminent position, one must not think that he does not require the help of the Body. What Paul said of the human organism is to be applied likewise to the Mystical Body: “The head cannot say to the feet: I have no need of you.”[69] It is manifestly clear that the faithful need the help of the Divine Redeemer, for He has said: “Without me you can do nothing,”[70] and according to the teaching of the Apostle every advance of this Mystical Body towards its perfection derives from Christ the Head.[71] Yet this, also, must be held, marvelous though it may seem: Christ has need of His members… Moreover as our Savior does not rule the Church directly in a visible manner, He wills to be helped by the members of His Body in carrying out the work of redemption. That is not because He is indigent and weak, but rather because He has so willed it for the greater glory of His spotless Spouse. Dying on the Cross He left to His Church the immense treasury of the Redemption, towards which she contributed nothing. But when those graces come to be distributed, not only does He share this work of sanctification with His Church, but He wills that in some way it be due to her action. This is a deep mystery, and an inexhaustible subject of meditation, that the salvation of many depends on the prayers and voluntary penances which the members of the Mystical Body of Jesus Christ offer for this intention and on the cooperation of pastors of souls and of the faithful, especially of fathers and mothers of families, a cooperation which they must offer to our Divine Savior as though they were His associates.”

Pope St. Pius XII, Mystici Corporis Christi, 29 June 1943, p.44

You Are Exactly Where God Has Placed You, at the Exact Time You Should Be There

Full crosspost with permission from our friend “The Timman” over at SaintLouisCathoic. I appreciate his kind words for this blog, and I encourage you to heed his advice: Act, and God will act. If you see something, do something. God expects your participation. Christ our Head expects, nay demands the cooperation of His members in the Mystical Body. What a privilege to be born into these times. -nvp

You Are Exactly Where God Has Placed You, at the Exact Time You Should Be There

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“This is a hard fight and we had better all die than lose it.”

General James Longstreet

Looking at the poor state of affairs on this blog, and wondering why I still have it, it is obvious that the reason I haven’t been posting regularly is that the news is so uniformly bad. Well, that’s not the whole reason– after all, deploring the bad and promoting the good is what a Catholic blog is all about. It is rather that the uniformly bad news is already so depressingly obvious to everyone who would read this blog. In short, if you read this blog you already know how bad it is. So going around and saying things like, “Perverts perversely reading to children perverse things while dressed perversely, while being allowed to by perverted parents and protected by perverted law enforcement and perverted courts is bad!” sort of loses its punch. That is, when you already know this, and you know it will continue, and you know it will be followed by progressively worse things to come.

This is compounded by the fact that I have been writing this thing for 16+ years and I have said pretty much all I have to say that is at all original– however much that may have been. I am not in the flowering phase of my creativity. If I can use a gardening metaphor (my garden being one of the things that brings me joy these days), this blog is like when the green bean bushes are picked over, but then in late summer you still find a few at times. And some days you are pleasantly surprised to still get a meal’s worth out of them.

That’s good enough for me. This is not a post about ending the blog.

I admire those inspirational bloggers still at it in this land of famine, like Ann Barnhardt, Mark Docherty and Frank Walker (I still want Frank to change the title of his Canon 212 Update to “Get off my Catholic lawn!”– with full credit to yours truly– but alas). You don’t think they know things are bad? I mean, really. But there they are, doing it. They are warriors for Christ. There are others, of course, and we all have our zone. I love reading them. I do so every day. When one of my regular reads has a day without a new post, I am disappointed. I can only imagine that my readers have long since stopped the daily refresh. It wasn’t that long ago I would average more than a post a day. But like I said, this is what I’ve got. And so be it.

Back to topic, after that long aside. It must be hard for many of us to keep our good cheer surrounded by such palpable evil. It is understandable, but we have to guard, feed and increase the deep interior joy that is essential for a Catholic. We have been given everything! We have the example of the Divine Person Who is Our Lord to show us that suffering is redemptive. We have an opportunity to share in the sufferings of our Divine Master, and if we play our cards right we are assured thereafter of sharing in His eternal glory.

Today is the Vigil of Saints Peter and Paul. Their example is perfect for our time. The time God chose for us. Let us not ask why we were born in this time, instead of the glorious era of Christendom, for instance. God’s plan is perfect. Who knows, this time may have been the only time when I, or you perhaps, had the right conditions for our salvation.

I don’t remember the apparition off of the top of my head, but I seem to recall an observation made in one of them that in the latter days Catholics would be so weak and so relatively pitiful to the great Saints of the past, but that in their weakness they would give the most powerful witness for Christ. If I mistake the source the point still seems good to me. Our Lord Himself told St. Paul, “My grace is sufficient for you, for My power is made perfect in weakness.” And we must answer as St. Paul did: “Therefore I will boast all the more gladly about my weaknesses, so that Christ’s power may rest on me.”

Doesn’t it seem that to be even a mediocre Catholic these days takes heroic effort? We must not be mediocre, we are called to perfection. But I speak of the vibe, you dig?

What lies ahead? I think we know, at least for many. Consider the words of the Risen Christ to St. Peter: “Amen, amen I say to thee, when thou wast younger, thou didst gird thyself, and didst walk where thou wouldst. But when thou shalt be old, thou shalt stretch forth thy hands, and another shall gird thee, and lead thee whither thou wouldst not. And this he said, signifying by what death he should glorify God. And when he had said this, he saith to him: Follow me.”

OK then. Will do. And remember, we’re in this together.

So let us fight on, cheerfully and manfully, this rearguard action of standing for our beleaguered Church and what remains of Christian civilization.

1P5 editor Tim Flanders takes up the topic of Pope Benedict as Katechon

Keep praying, folks. Things are accelerating. Do what you can do in your sphere of influence. God expects you to act.

It’s really a shame that Flanders fails to mention Dr. Mazza in this piece, since he has interviewed Doc several times on his Meaning of Catholic show, talking about this exact topic, which is the subject of the entire first chapter of Dr. Mazza’s book.

Was Pope Benedict the Katechon for the Antichrist?

Meanwhile Peter Seewald, biographer of Pope Benedict had this to say to kath.net as posted on Rorate:

Seewald: [T]he latest developments point to a real breach of the dam. And in view of the dramatic decline of Christianity in Europe, this could turn into a flood that destroys what has still held out.

kath.net: A strong word.

Seewald: The latest news from the Vatican reminded me of an essay by Georgio Agamben that has become famous. In his text on the “Mystery of Evil,” the most discussed philosopher of our time brings Benedict XVI into play. As a young theologian, Ratzinger once distinguished between a church of the wicked and a church of the righteous in an interpretation of Augustine. From the beginning, he said, the Church has been inextricably mixed. It is both the Church of Christ and the Church of the Antichrist. However, according to Agamben, there is also the idea of the katechon…

kath.net: I beg your pardon?

Seewald: With regard to the 2nd letter of the apostle Paul to the Thessalonians, this means the principle of stopping. A term that is also interpreted as “hindrance”, for something or for someone who stops the end of time. Benedict XVI had been something of a “restrainer,” Agamben said. Against this background, his demission inevitably evoked a separation of the “beautiful” from the “black” Church, that span in which the wheat is separated from the chaff. A steep thesis. But the pope emeritus apparently saw it similarly. He had to stay on, he answered my question as to why he could not die. As a memorial to the authentic message of Jesus, as a light on the mountain. “In the end, Christ will be victorious,” he added [emphasis added].

So according to Seewald, Pope Benedict as Emeritus saw himself as some sort of katechon holding some flood of evil back, which is implying the Antichrist by the very use of the term.

What does all this mean? Fear not, brethren. Let’s not forget how the story ends: the katechon is removed, paving the way for the Antichrist. But this wicked one is he whom the Lord Jesus shall kill with the spirit of his mouth; and shall destroy with the brightness of his coming (II Thess. ii. 8). Satan’s reign is revealed in the Antichrist in order that all may be judged who have not believed the truth, but have consented to iniquity (v. 11). Yet the Lord Jesus Himself comes in the end to destroy Him.

This is the glorious story of the End Times, which God has only revealed to us in order to give us hope in times like ours…

Go read the rest: https://onepeterfive.com/pope-benedict-katechon-antichrist/

On covid crimes against humanity and “Ordinary People”

I’m guessing you have several people in your life who need to read this. -nvp
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Many people want to “Move On” from Covid, and I get it – I do too.
The thing is, We can’t. There’s no going back. We learned some things about Ordinary People, and we must discuss it.
Some people were scared, and some people were not. Those who were scared were willing to do to terrible things to those who were not.
Ordinary people called for the health insurance of other ordinary people to be canceled.
Ordinary people silenced some of the most highly trained and qualified physicians in the world, and other ordinary people championed the censorship.
Ordinary people were glad other ordinary people could not eat inside with them.
Ordinary people eagerly explained to other ordinary people that their child would not be receiving a life saving transplant due to their vaccination status.
Ordinary people cheered as Doctors, Nurses, Respiratory Therapists, Radiologists, and many other Healthcare Workers were fired, when they were called hero’s months before.
Ordinary people cheered as blue color state employees were fired, when they were called “Essential” months before.
Ordinary people were angry when The Supreme Court stepped in and saved the jobs of many unvaccinated workers in the private sector.
Ordinary people shunned family members, and un-friended life long friends.
Ordinary people were un-invited from trips and kicked out of groups, clubs, and communities.
Ordinary people kept ordinary student athletes from competing due to vaccination status.
Probably the worst of all, ordinary people were coerced into injecting themselves with an unknown substance, that they didn’t want, all under false pretenses, many of which had terrible or deadly reactions.
The list goes on an on, and so do the crimes against humanity.
Ordinary people became monsters, all because of fear.
Are you ordinary?
Do you live in fear?
Did you become a monster? 

Free preview of the Hell on Earth that awaits us



It gets worse. Check the bar on the right. Study it good and hard:


Those blue bars are an astonishing acceleration in just five years. These people hate you, and they can’t wait to abuse power and smother you. We are on the express elevator to 1984/Brave New World; in case you thought we were already there, you ain’t seen nothing yet. They are so mad that you slurp down the misinformation, that you found out the truth about covid, the deathvaxx, the Deep State, and transmutilation. You are so far beyond deplorable, so far beyond bitter clingers. They are so sick of your endless winning streak of Conspiracy Facts. ICYMI, they’ve now invented a new word: MALINFORMATION … which means information that is factually true, but has outcomes they deem to be bad (mal), and so these facts need to be banned too. 

Pray the Rosary, stay Confessed, and stay frosty.


Amendment to Reinstate Pureblood Pilots Killed by GOP

via “Johno” in the combox, via Moonbattery.com

Amendment to Reinstate Vax-Resisting Pilots Killed

severe pilot shortage has been aggravating airline delays. About 18,100 open pilot positions are expected in the years ahead. Our rulers could undo some of their own damage by reinstating pilots who were forced out for not risking their health to comply with tyrannical vaccine mandates. Problem is, they couldn’t get the no-brainer through Congress:

The amendment to the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) reauthorization bill, introduced by Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene, R-Ga., and offered on the floor by Rep. Mary Miller, R-Ill., failed 141-298 after 83 Republicans voted with Democrats against it.

Once again, the Evil Party manages to be even worse than the Stupid Party:

Only one House Democrat, Rep. Jared Golden, D-Maine, voted for the measure.

Nearly all major U.S. airlines implemented vaccine mandates during the coronavirus pandemic in accordance with President Biden’s 2021 executive order requiring federal contractors to get the shots.

Democrats will characteristically count the misery they inflict as success. According to their dogma, when little people have access to air travel, it angers the climate gods. Even if airlines can’t keep planes in the sky, John Kerry et al. will still have their private jets.