Monday, May 11, 2020

George Soros and Francis Lets Us Know What the Game Is

Judge me, O God, and distinguish my cause from the nation that is not holy: deliver me from the unjust and deceitful man. For thou art God my strength: why hast thou cast me off? and why do I go sorrowful whilst the enemy afflicteth me?

Psalm 43:1

GREGOR PETER SCHMITZ (INTERVIEWER): You have seen many crises. Is the Covid-19 pandemic comparable to any previous one?

GEORGE SOROS: No. This is the crisis of my lifetime. Even before the pandemic hit, I realised that we were in a revolutionary moment where what would be impossible or even inconceivable in normal times had become not only possible, but probably absolutely necessary. 

Me, last week, on this very website:

These environments create fluidity and in fluidity, massive change can happen quickly. It is possible that a second wave of virus later in the year breaks the fragile grip of sanity that is holding our society together into an orgy of...something. 

Soros, again, telling us that one vaccine isn't going to be enough, and that we are going to be have to be *forced* to get them every year:

GREGOR PETER SCHMITZ (INTERVIEWER): Is that the biggest problem of the current situation – this lack of certainty about how to deal with this virus and how to proceed in the coming months or years?

SOROS: It is certainly a very big one. We are learning very fast, and we now know a lot more about the virus than we did when it emerged, but we are shooting at a moving target because the virus itself changes rapidly. It will take a long time to develop a vaccine. And even after we have developed one, we will have to learn how to change it every year, because the virus will most likely change. 

These people very calmly look at these catastrophes and figure out how they can achieve maximum political and financial benefit and help forward their long-term goals. They have an idea of the future in mind that involves complete domination of our lives, from the food that we eat, to what our children learn, to the kinds of things we are allowed to see and read, to where we are allowed to worship.

And now, right on cue, comes this guy:

“Religious indifferentism is atheism minus the name.” - Pope Leo XIII. 

If you think global government and a global religion, ushered in by Francis, is a pipe dream, I can only once again quote George Soros back at you: would be impossible or even inconceivable in normal times had become not only possible, but probably absolutely necessary.