The Coup at the Vatican, Masks don’t work? Voter fraud and more: Links 1 on October 4, 2020

1. More massive voter fraud in progress

2. A message for President Trump

3. President Trump from the hospital

4. Wimp Your Ride

It’s well-established that the front ends of cars look like faces. Cartoonists have been exploiting the resemblance for over a century. Many modern SUVs seem to have faces like the helmets of Empire storm troopers in the Star Wars movies, but that may just be my idiosyncratic apperception of them.

When I was driving home from the Outer Boonies yesterday, the faces of the oncoming vehicles made me think: Those cars should be masked. And that gave me the idea for a business venture.

Now is the time for a shrewd entrepreneur to market face masks for vehicles. The ad copy could go something like this: [Please read through at Gates of Vienna]

5. Maxime Bernier tweet about protests against Corona measures in Toronto

6. Melbourne, Victoria, Australia

(Can it be a coincidence that in far left areas like Victoria that leaders who support ANTIFA and communism and the defund the police movement also force the police to act in ways that will make normal freedom loving people hate them? I wonder why that might be? Police who are able to, are best to take holidays or otherwise refuse to follow these kinds of orders as it will result in the end of the job as it is and lead to something much much darker)

7. Yesterday I tried to post this video of bikers praying for President Trump on Twitter, but it was removed from Twitter for some reason.

8. Ganja now under heavy attack

BAKU, Azerbaijan — The fighting between Armenian and Azerbaijani forces continued on Sunday over the separatist territory of Nagorno-Karabakh, with Azerbaijan’s second-largest city coming under attack.

Azerbaijani officials said Sunday that Armenian forces attacked Ganja, the country’s second largest city. Hikmet Hajiyev, an aide to the Azerbaijani president, tweeted a video depicting damaged buildings, and called it the result of “Armenia’s massive missile attacks against dense residential areas” in Ganja.

It wasn’t immediately possible to verify the authenticity of the video. Hajiyev said in another tweet that attacks on Ganja and other areas in Azerbaijan were launched “from territory of Armenia.”

Armenia’s Defense Ministry said that “no fire of any kind is being opened from the territory of Armenia in Azerbaijan’s direction.” But Nagorno-Karabakh’s leader, Arayik Harutyunyan, confirmed on Facebook he ordered “rocket attacks to neutralize military objects” in Ganja. His spokesman, Vahram Poghosyan, said the territory’s army destroyed a military airport in Ganja, a claim Azerbaijani officials denied.

9. Video on the mechanism of permanent coup being used both against the US government and also at The Vatican.

Full length interview referred to is here.

10. An analysis of the use of masks and respirators to control the spread of viruses. The other side of the debate that isn’t allowed to happen.

Thank you M., Wrath of Khan, Johnny U., Oz-Rita, EB., ET., Tama, Watchmen2, Richard, C.,

The following quote was sent in to the site and attributed to Kamil Attaturk, the founder of modern Turkey as it was until Erdogan. It would be great if this quote was sourced, but it doesn’t matter, its true even if the sender made it up.

“Islam, this absurd theology of an immoral Bedouin, is a rotting corpse which poisons our lives” -Mustafa Kemal Atatürk

Also, I don’t remember where I read this, but the Bible stating that “Though Shalt Not Steal“, and I would like to add by extension, “You shall not covet your neighbor’s house. You shall not covet your neighbor’s wife, or his male or female servant, his ox or donkey, or anything that belongs to your neighbor.” are both pretty powerful endorsements for the existence of, and right to, private property. So when people suggest that the Pope is not Catholic, and in fact not even Christian, it seems pretty clear from his entire papacy but especially in the past months. Here is just today’s example. For those who missed it, it may be worth watching the Pope’s Deal with the Devil video on Francis’ alliance with the Communist Chinese.

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12 Replies to “The Coup at the Vatican, Masks don’t work? Voter fraud and more: Links 1 on October 4, 2020”

  1. Vlad about your comment – (Also, I don’t remember where I read this, but the Bible stating that “Though Shalt Not Steal“, and I would like to add by extension, “You shall not covet your neighbor’s house. You shall not covet your neighbor’s wife, or his male or female servant, his ox or donkey, or anything that belongs to your neighbor.” are both pretty powerful endorsements for the existence of, and right to, private property. So when people suggest that the Pope is not Catholic, and in fact not even Christian, it seems pretty clear from his entire papacy but especially in the past months. Here is just today’s example. For those who missed it, it may be worth watching the Pope’s Deal with the Devil video on Francis’ alliance with the Communist Chinese.)

    I am only talking about the Roman system, I am not talking about the people in the system. This is not intended to offend anyone, just shining light on a system that is in opposition to God.

    The Pope is a Catholic and follows its teachings to the letter. The Roman Universal (Catholic) Church has its own 10 commandments. It re-words everyone of them to its liking and it takes out the 2nd commandment about not to make and or bow down to idols. Then to make 10 commandments, it splits the 10th into two commandments (You shall not covet your neighnours house, and you shall not covet your neighbours wife). Also it makes its own sabbath -sunday, so the 4th commandment for the Vatican is to remember its sabbath. In its Cathecism, it says its ok to take from someone who has, if you are in need. So the teachings says it is ok to steal if you are in need. Its teachings also say church and state must not be seperate. Vlad this link has a good chart to post, with a colomn on the left for Gods 10 commandments and colomn on right compares what Rome has for that commandment, but I cant figure out how to post it on here. I dont want anyone offended, I am just looking out for my fellow man and women just like everyone else on this great site.

    Bible Ten Commandments
    vs. Roman Catholic Ten

    Compare below the
    Bible Ten Commandments
    vs. the
    Roman Catholic Ten Commandments

    WE would first like to say that the purpose of this article is not to offend any people or denomination. This article was put together to make sincere, honest, truth seeking people aware. There are no doubt millions of people in the Roman Catholic Church that are not aware of the changes below and that is no reflection on their faith or love for Christ.

    You will find below the very shocking table that shows the Ten Commandments as personally spoken and written by God using the King James translation Exodus 20:2-17 and the Ten Commandments as changed by the Roman Catholic Church in Catechism of the Catholic Church. You will find a link below to the Vatican’s own website. The Roman Catholic Church believes that their authority stands above the Word of God and that they can change God’s times and laws and God will accept their changes. You should note that they actually deleted out the second Commandment and also changed the Biblical fourth Commandment from God’s seventh day Sabbath or Saturday to the first day of the week Sunday. They also split the tenth Commandment into two, to get back to Ten Commandments. As a result, the Roman Catholic version of the Ten Commandment is always one ahead of the King James in the Decalogue until you get to the tenth Commandment, which they break into two and make it the ninth and tenth Commandments.

    Please take note that the Catholic Encyclopedia Volume 4, p. 152 confirms the deletion of the second Commandment and the change of the fourth commandment. They do not try to hide it, but are actually proud of it! “The church, after changing the day of rest from the Jewish Sabbath of the seventh day of the week to the first, made the third commandment refer to Sunday as the day to be kept holy as the Lord’s Day.”

    Below you will see a shocking excerpt from The Convert’s Catechism of Catholic Doctrine Copyright 1977 by TAN Books and Publishers, pg 50,51. You will notice that they boldly state that the Catholic Church transferred the solemnity from Saturday to Sunday.

    Q. What is the Third Commandment?
    A. The Third Commandment is: Remember that thou keep holy the Sabbath day.
    Q. Which is the Sabbath day?
    A. Saturday is the Sabbath day.
    Q. Why do we observe Sunday instead of Saturday?
    A. We observe Sunday instead of Saturday because the Catholic Church transferred the solemnity from Saturday to Sunday.
    Q. Why did the Catholic Church substitute Sunday for Saturday.
    A. The Church substituted Sunday for Saturday, because Christ rose from the dead on a Sunday, and the Holy Ghost descended upon the Apostles on a Sunday.
    Q. By what authority did the Church substitute Sunday for Saturday?
    A. The Church substituted Sunday for Saturday by the plenitude of that divine power which Jesus Christ bestowed upon her.
    Q. What does the Third Commandment command?
    A. The Third Commandment commands us to sanctify Sunday as the Lord’s Day.
    Q. What does the Third Commandment forbid?
    A. The Third Commandment forbids (1) The omission of prayer and divine worship; (2) All unnecessary servile work; (3) Whatever hinders the keeping of the Lord’s Day holy.
    Q. Is the desecration of the Lord’s Day a grievous matter?
    A. The desecration of the Lord’s Day is a grievous matter in itself, it admits of a light matter.

    Please do not take our word on this most important subject. We ask you to study this out for yourselves. You can do your own internet search and find many Catholic websites confirming what we are showing you here. It is all out in the open. I will say they are not very consistent in their listing of the ten commandments. Many times you will find they do mention graven images, but it is listed in the first commandment. But in their many, many Catechism writings, they do not mention graven images.

    If you click on the underlined text/link below, you will see how the second and fourth commandments differ from Exodus chapter 20 in the Bible. Go to the Vatican’s own website showing how the teachings from the Catechism of the Catholic Church in the far right column differs from Exodus 20:2-17 in the left column. (Click the link above)

    “But in vain they do worship me, teaching for doctrines the commandments of men.” Matthew 15:9.

    • Ten Commandments suit Religion.
      What Hebrews did, was Rome’s Revision
      A Sacred Cow for winter’s milk
      Penis snip – disease’s wilt
      Dumbest cretins needs a vision
      Climate Change: make God’s New Mission.

    • So seriously, Maplewood, having a day enforced – that is obviously the wrong day because all life started at a molecular level – is d. u. m. b.

      Religions are about public order, to control the masses, such as muslim Patrols enforcing the burka and Socialist police enforcing seatbelts for your own safety. You accept the Authorities in through whatever crack is in your head.


    177. Christian tradition has never recognized the right to private property as absolute and untouchable: “On the contrary, it has always understood this right within the broader context of the right common to all to use the goods of the whole of creation: the right to private property is subordinated to the right to common use, to the fact that goods are meant for everyone”[372]. The principle of the universal destination of goods is an affirmation both of God’s full and perennial lordship over every reality and of the requirement that the goods of creation remain ever destined to the development of the whole person and of all humanity[373]. This principle is not opposed to the right to private property[374] but indicates the need to regulate it. Private property, in fact, regardless of the concrete forms of the regulations and juridical norms relative to it, is in its essence only an instrument for respecting the principle of the universal destination of goods; in the final analysis, therefore, it is not an end but a means[375].

    178. The Church’s social teaching moreover calls for recognition of the social function of any form of private ownership [376] that clearly refers to its necessary relation to the common good[377]. Man “should regard the external things that he legitimately possesses not only as his own but also as common in the sense that they should be able to benefit not only him but also others”[378]. The universal destination of goods entails obligations on how goods are to be used by their legitimate owners. Individual persons may not use their resources without considering the effects that this use will have, rather they must act in a way that benefits not only themselves and their family but also the common good. From this there arises the duty on the part of owners not to let the goods in their possession go idle and to channel them to productive activity, even entrusting them to others who are desirous and capable of putting them to use in production.

      Distributism is an economic theory asserting that the world’s productive assets should be widely owned rather than concentrated.[1] Developed in the late 19th and early 20th centuries, distributism was based upon the principles of Catholic social teaching, especially the teachings of Pope Leo XIII in his encyclical Rerum novarum (1891) and Pope Pius XI in Quadragesimo anno (1931).[2][3][4] Distributism views both laissez-faire capitalism and state socialism as equally flawed and exploitative, favoring economic mechanisms such as cooperatives and member-owned mutual organizations as well as small businesses and large-scale competition law reform such as antitrust regulations.

    • Vlad: “…the Bible stating that “Though Shalt Not Steal“, and I would like to add by extension….endorsements for the existence of, and right to, private property.”

      I would have thought that owning slaves would have been a clear indicator that ‘might is right,’ where some had private ownership and many had totally and absolutely none. That this tribe, at the time, had no knowledge of the sanctity of all human life, and had built into its culture and laws the differential monetary values based upon race.

      YWH: Leviticus 25:
      I am the LORD your God, who brought you out of Egypt to give you the land of Canaan and to be your God.
      “`If one of your countrymen becomes poor among you and sells himself to you, do not make him work as a slave.”

      “”`Your male and female slaves are to come from the nations around you; from them you may buy slaves.
      You may also buy some of the temporary residents living among you and members of their clans born in your country, and they will become your property.
      You can will them to your children as inherited property and can make them slaves for life, but you must not rule over your fellow Israelites ruthlessly.
      “`If an alien or a temporary resident among you becomes rich and one of your countrymen becomes poor and sells himself to the alien living among you or to a member of the alien’s clan,
      he retains the right of redemption after he has sold himself.. ”

      And we quibble with the Romans manipulating Hellenist Jesus, (the Birth of Civilization), into a Roman Jesus for those that are also joined to their mother’s womb?

      The source of Communism and Islam, the twins.

      • A quibble: Not race.
        Blood kin: Tribe or clan.
        That form of social organization is built in.

        I won't say evolved just after celebrating Adam and Eve's birthday. Wouldn't be polite.


    Catechism of the Catholic Church




    You shall not steal.186
    2401 The seventh commandment forbids unjustly taking or keeping the goods of one’s neighbor and wronging him in any way with respect to his goods. It commands justice and charity in the care of earthly goods and the fruits of men’s labor. For the sake of the common good, it requires respect for the universal destination of goods and respect for the right to private property. Christian life strives to order this world’s goods to God and to fraternal charity.


    2402 In the beginning God entrusted the earth and its resources to the common stewardship of mankind to take care of them, master them by labor, and enjoy their fruits.187 The goods of creation are destined for the whole human race. However, the earth is divided up among men to assure the security of their lives, endangered by poverty and threatened by violence. The appropriation of property is legitimate for guaranteeing the freedom and dignity of persons and for helping each of them to meet his basic needs and the needs of those in his charge. It should allow for a natural solidarity to develop between men.

    2403 The right to private property, acquired or received in a just way, does not do away with the original gift of the earth to the whole of mankind. The universal destination of goods remains primordial, even if the promotion of the common good requires respect for the right to private property and its exercise.

    2404 “In his use of things man should regard the external goods he legitimately owns not merely as exclusive to himself but common to others also, in the sense that they can benefit others as well as himself.”188 The ownership of any property makes its holder a steward of Providence, with the task of making it fruitful and communicating its benefits to others, first of all his family.

    2405 Goods of production – material or immaterial – such as land, factories, practical or artistic skills, oblige their possessors to employ them in ways that will benefit the greatest number. Those who hold goods for use and consumption should use them with moderation, reserving the better part for guests, for the sick and the poor.

    2406 Political authority has the right and duty to regulate the legitimate exercise of the right to ownership for the sake of the common good.189


    2407 In economic matters, respect for human dignity requires the practice of the virtue of temperance, so as to moderate attachment to this world’s goods; the practice of the virtue of justice, to preserve our neighbor’s rights and render him what is his due; and the practice of solidarity, in accordance with the golden rule and in keeping with the generosity of the Lord, who “though he was rich, yet for your sake . . . became poor so that by his poverty, you might become rich.”190

    Respect for the goods of others

    2408 The seventh commandment forbids theft, that is, usurping another’s property against the reasonable will of the owner. There is no theft if consent can be presumed or if refusal is contrary to reason and the universal destination of goods. This is the case in obvious and urgent necessity when the only way to provide for immediate, essential needs (food, shelter, clothing . . .) is to put at one’s disposal and use the property of others.191

    • You see, Maplewood, you mock these Catechisms based upon the ten commandments being equally from G_d. But did they ever?

      “The Code of Ur-Nammu is the oldest known law code surviving today”

      Among the surviving laws are these:[5]

      1. If a man commits a murder, that man must be killed.
      2. If a man commits a robbery, he will be killed.
      3. If a man commits a kidnapping, he is to be imprisoned and pay 15 shekels of silver.
      4. If a slave marries a slave, and that slave is set free, he does not leave the household.[1]
      5. If a slave marries a native (i.e. free) person, he/she is to hand the firstborn son over to his owner.
      6. If a man violates the right of another and deflowers the virgin wife of a young man, they shall kill that male.
      7. If the wife of a man followed after another man and he slept with her, they shall slay that woman, but that male shall be set free. (§4 in some translations)
      8. If a man proceeded by force, and deflowered the virgin female slave of another man, that man must pay five shekels of silver. (5)
      9. If a man divorces his first-time wife, he shall pay (her) one mina of silver. (6)
      10. If it is a (former) widow whom he divorces, he shall pay (her) half a mina of silver. (7)
      11. If the man had slept with the widow without there having been any marriage contract, he need not pay any silver. (8)
      13. If a man is accused of [Translation of word disputed. some interpret as Sorcery…], he must undergo ordeal by water; if he is proven innocent, his accuser must pay 3 shekels. (10)[6]
      14. If a man accused the wife of a man of adultery, and the river ordeal proved her innocent, then the man who had accused her must pay one-third of a mina of silver. (11)
      15. If a prospective son-in-law enters the house of his prospective father-in-law, but his father-in-law later gives his daughter to another man, the father-in-law shall return to the rejected son-in-law twofold the amount of bridal presents he had brought. (12)
      16. If [text destroyed…], he shall weigh and deliver to him 2 shekels of silver.
      17. If a slave escapes from the city limits, and someone returns him, the owner shall pay two shekels to the one who returned him. (14)
      18. If a man knocks out the eye of another man, he shall weigh out ½ a mina of silver. (15)
      19. If a man has cut off another man’s foot, he is to pay ten shekels. (16)
      20. If a man, in the course of a scuffle, smashed the limb of another man with a club, he shall pay one mina of silver. (17)
      21. If someone severed the nose of another man with a copper knife, he must pay two-thirds of a mina of silver. (18)
      22. If a man knocks out a tooth of another man, he shall pay two shekels of silver. (19)
      24. [text destroyed…] If he does not have a slave, he is to pay 10 shekels of silver. If he does not have silver, he is to give another thing that belongs to him. (21)[2]
      25. If a man’s slave-woman, comparing herself to her mistress, speaks insolently to her, her mouth shall be scoured with 1 quart of salt. (22)
      26. If a slave woman strikes someone acting with the authority of her mistress, [text destroyed…]
      28. If a man appeared as a witness, and was shown to be a perjurer, he must pay fifteen shekels of silver. (25)
      29. If a man appears as a witness, but withdraws his oath, he must make payment, to the extent of the value in litigation of the case. (26)
      30. If a man stealthily cultivates the field of another man and he raises a complaint, this is however to be rejected, and this man will lose his expenses. (27)
      31. If a man flooded the field of a man with water, he shall measure out three kur of barley per iku of field. (28)”
      32. If a man had let an arable field to a(nother) man for cultivation, but he did not cultivate it, turning it into wasteland, he shall measure out three kur of barley per iku of field. (29)” – wiki

      Such are the roots from which we all come, but many are more proud by association than others.

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