One World Religion Plans Not Derailed By COVID-19

Pope Francis (Jorge Bergoglio) and the Vatican published the encyclical “Fratelli Tutti” exactly one year after holding a pagan Pachamama idol worship on Oct. 4, 2019 in the Vatican Gardens prior to the Amazon Synod.

Bishop Athanasius Schneider condemned Bergoglio’s Pachamama idol worship, stating “we cannot do that, [because] it would seem that we indirectly recognize their cults,” and “that is against the entire Gospel, against the entire proclamation of the Church of 2,000 years.”

However, the “Fratelli Tutti” (“Brothers All”) enyclical, received high praise from the Jesuits’ American Magazine, which cited COVID-19 for highlighting racial and social injustice in the world, especially for migrants and refugees.

BACKGROUND

Inter-religious outreach has dominated the agenda of the first Jesuit Pope, who has also given strong financial support for open borders.

If the Vatican is on a pathway to a one world religion it does not sit well with traditional Catholics, Sedevacantists (who believe the Holy See has been vacant since the death of Pope Pius XII in 1958) and those who think the election of Pope Francis was invalid therefore Benedict XVI is still Pope.

“The type of unity they desire is for a unified one-world government, and whatever a unified one-world religion can do to bring this about, all the better.”

Church Militant’s” response to Fratelli Tutti

The Vatican recently signed onto the planning of the “Abrahamic Family House” that equates Christianity, Judaism, Islam and a diversity of religions.

Bergoglio responded to a reporter on June 10, 2020 asking about a United Nations’ decision, “If we consider ourselves humanity, when they make statements, our duty is to obey.”

In a June 29, 2020 homily, Bergoglio, who has openly criticized President Trump, lamented criticizing world leaders, oddly stated “It is pointless, even tedious, for Christians to waste their time complaining about the world, about society, about everything that is not right.”

Francis of Assisi is cited as one inspiration for “Fratelli Tutti” (and Bergoglio’s chosen papal name) who Bergoglio says urged “all forms of hostility or conflict be avoided and that a humble and fraternal ‘subjection’ be shown to those who did not share his faith.”

Dr. Greg Abbott, writing in Catholic World Report, thinks Bergoglio misinterprets Assisi’s encounter with Sultan Malik-el-Kamil in Egypt: “Francis wasn’t there for an exchange of diplomatic pleasantries. He wanted to convert the Sultan to Christianity through word and action.”

MAKE OF THIS WHAT YOU WILL…

The earliest worldwide detection of SARS CoV-2 has been found in sewage samples in Brazil and Italy.

Further reading: Novus Ordo Watch

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President Trump Tests Positive for COVID-19, Working from Hospital, Haters Thriving

President Trump and the First Lady tested positive for COVID-19 on Thursday night after a rally in Duluth, Minnesota. Top aide Hope Hicks had earlier tested positive.

Democrat haters immediately took to social media with “I hope trump dies” posts, which still remain up.

Filmmaking hater Michael Moore floated the idea that Trump was faking the diagnosis to gain voter sympathy.

“My thoughts and prayers, too, are with Covid-19.”

Michael Moore

Trump will be working at Walter Reed Hospital for a few days out of caution where he received a dose of Regeneron’s polyclonal antibody cocktail, zinc, Vitamin D, famotidine, melatonin and a daily aspirin. (This is not medical advice)

Infographic courtesy Azuravesta Design.

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Kansas Bureaucrats Distort Facemask Data

The Kansas Department of Health and Environment doctored a few charts in attempts to justify their facemask mandates during the Covid-19 scare.

First they shifted the “no mask mandate” line upwards and the “with mask mandate” line downards so they two overlapped giving the appearance that wearing masks had better results.

Then they selectively edited where to begin another chart which hid when cases rose during a mask mandate.

Great reporting from The Sentinel.

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SARS-CoV-2 PCR Testing Scrutinized for Returning Variable Results

Disclaimer: This article is not considered medical advice. Consult your doctor.

The Polymerase Chain Reaction (PCR) test, invented in 1985 by Kary Mullis, is one of the methods being used by laboratories to detect SARS CoV-2 in patients, and can deliver various results depending on their use.

The PCR test duplicates a tiny amount of a patient’s DNA or RNA into large detectable quantities, by running samples through amplification “cycles.” Too few cycles eliminate valid results, and too many cycles increases false positives. (Some tests, like those from Thermo Fisher recommend 25-30 cycles.)

Canadian researcher David Crowe, with a degree in biology and mathematics, explains, “So, if you cut off at 20 [cycles], everybody would be negative. If you cut off a 50, you might have everybody positive… In one paper I found 37 cycles. If you didn’t get enough fluorescence by 37 cycles, you are considered negative. In another, paper, the cutoff was 36. Thirty-seven to 40 were considered ‘indeterminate.'”

Laboratories set their own cycle thresholds. The CDC has suggested that above 33 cycles it is difficult to detect any virus. Also, too high a threshold may detect genetic fragments that pose no risk.

According to Angela Rasmussen, a virologist at Columbia University, “It’s just kind of mind-blowing to me that people are not recording the C.T. [cycle thresholds] values from all these tests — that they’re just returning a positive or a negative.”

A widely circulated article by Torsten Engelbrecht and Konstantin Demeter has cited evidence that PCR tests are scientifically meaningless for SARS CoV-2, which Politifact has debunked, which prompted a follow-up refutal.

Infographic courtesy the Mayo Clinic.

TYPES OF SARS-COV-2 TESTS

PCR (Polymerase Chain Reaction)
Confirms if you have the remains of a virus in your body. (Not antibodies)

Antibody tests
Determines if you have been infected with SARS-CoV-2 in the past. (Antibodies start developing within 1 to 3 weeks after infection, but could disappear months later if case was mild.)

Antigen tests
Identifies virus mid-infection as it’s multiplying. The Trump Administration has purchased 150 million from Abbott Labs. (Antigens are proteins on the outside of the virus.)

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HHS Official Claims Scientists Conspiring to Oust Trump

Michael R. Caputo, the assistant secretary of public affairs at the Department of Health and Human Services warned his Facebook followers during a live stream on Sunday that scientists at the Centers for Disease Control formed a “resistance unit” against Trump, even though it meant a higher COVID-19 death toll.

CDC scientists “haven’t gotten out of their sweatpants except for meetings at coffee shops” to plot “how they’re going to attack Donald Trump next,” said Caputo. “There are scientists who work for this government who do not want America to get well, not until after Joe Biden is president.”

He further warned of active “sedition” against Trump taking place within other government agencies, and predicted violence when Joe Biden refuses to concede.

“There are hit squads being trained all over this country.”

Michael J. Caputo

The shooting of Aaron “Jay” Danielson in Portland by Antifa on August 29 was just a practice run, according to Caputo.

“Since joining the administration, my family and I have been continually threatened,” Caputo told the New York Times on Monday. He has since deleted his Facebook account but stated he is not leaving the Administration.

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Ramirez Toon: Democrats’ Motto, Do As Thou Wilt

Nationwide mask-mandate-pusher Nancy Pelosi went maskless, indoors in a San Francisco salon, which is open only outdoors for the public. She later blamed the salon owner for setting her up.

Pelosi was not alone:

See more toons from the talented Michael Ramirez.

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Rebel Pepper Toon: Man Becomes First To Be Reinfected With Mutated COVID-19 Strain

In Hong Kong this week, a 33-year-old man with no underlying conditions became the first confirmed patient to be reinfected with a mutated strain of COVID-19.

He had been hospitalized on March 26 and recovered on April 14. He was asympotamic for his reinfection, which was discovered after he traveled from Spain and the UK.

The mutated virus has 4-5 more spikes that boosts infectivity and is more closely linked to samples collected in Switzerland and the UK from July to August.

See more toons from the talented Rebel Pepper.

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