We are in a spiritual war for the soul of the world.



After fifteen months of assiduous reading, study, observation, and research, I have come to some conclusions about what is called COVID-19.

I would like to emphasize that I have done this work obsessively since it seemed so important.

I have consulted information and arguments across all media, corporate and alternative, academic, medical, books, etc. I have consulted with researchers around the world. I have read the websites of the CDC, the World Health Organization, and government and non-government health organizations.

In other words, I have left no stone unturned, despite the overt or covert political leanings of the sources. I have done this as a sociologist and writer, not as a medical doctor, although many of my sources have been medical doctors and medical studies.

My succinct conclusions follow without links to sources since I am not trying to persuade anyone of anything but just stating for the public record what I have concluded.

Life is short. I am going to say it now…

I know that vast numbers of people have been hypnotized by fear, threats, and bribes to accept the corporate mainstream media’s version of COVID-19. I have concluded that many millions are moving in a trance state and do not know this. They have been induced into this state by a well-organized, very sophisticated propaganda campaign that has drawn on the human fear of death and disease.

Those behind this have no doubt studied the high incidence of hypochondriasis in the general population and the fear of an invisible “virus” in societies where belief in God and the spiritual invisible has been replaced by faith in science. Knowing their audience well, they have concocted a campaign of fear and confusion to induce obedience.

I do not know, but suspect, that those who have been so hypnotized tend to be mainly members of the middle to the upper classes, those who have invested so much belief in the system. This includes the highly schooled.

I know that to lockdown hundreds of millions of healthy people, to insist they wear useless masks, to tell them to avoid human contacts, to destroy the economic lives of regular people have created vast suffering that was meant to teach people a lesson about who was in control and that they better revise their understanding of human relations to adjust to the new digital unreality that the producers of this masquerade are trying to put in place of flesh and blood, face to face human reality.

I know that the PCR test invented by Kary Mullis cannot test for the alleged virus or any virus and therefore all the numbers of cases and deaths are based on nothing. They are conjured out of thin air in a massive act of magic.

I know that the belief that it can so test began with the unscientific PCR Corona protocol created by Christian Drosten in Germany in January 2020 that became the standard method for testing for SARS-CoV-2 worldwide. I am sure this was preplanned and part of a high-level conspiracy. This protocol set the cycle threshold (amplification) at 45 which could only result in false positive results. These were then called cases: An act of fraud on a massive scale.

I do not know if the alleged virus has ever been isolated in the sense of being purified or detached from everything else aside from being cultured in a lab. Therefore I do not know if the virus exists.

I know that the experimental mRNA “vaccines” that are being pushed on everyone are not traditional vaccines but dangerous experiments whose long-term consequences are unknown. And I know that Moderna says its messenger RNA (mRNA) non-vaccine “vaccine” functions “like an operating system on a computer” and that Dr. Robert Malone, inventor of mRNA vaccine technology, says that the lipid nanoparticles from the injections travel throughout the body and settle in large quantities in multiple organs where the spike protein, being biologically active, can cause massive damage and that the FDA has known this.

Additionally, I know that tens of thousands of people have suffered adverse effects from these injections and many thousands have died from them and that these figures are greatly underestimated due to the reporting systems. I know that with this number of casualties in the past these experimental shots would have been stopped long ago or never started. That they have not, therefore, convinces me that a radically evil agenda is under way whose goal is harm not health because those in charge know what I know and much more.

I do not know where this alleged virus originated, if it exists.

I know that from the start of this crisis, there was a concerted effort across the world to deny access to proven effective treatments such as hydroxychloroquine, steroids, ivermectin in a planned effort to vaccinate as many people as possible. This alone reveals an agenda centered, not on health, but on getting as many people as possible to submit to being vaccinated and controlled. Social control is the name of this deadly game.

I know that those pushing these vaccines – The World Economic Forum, the World Health Organization, the Gates Foundation, the Rockefeller Foundation, etc. – have a long history of wanting to drastically reduce the world’s population and that their promotion of eugenics under various names is very well known. I am convinced that the totally untested mRNA-type “gene therapy” is the key to their plan for population reduction.

I do not know if they will succeed.

I know they must be resisted.

I do not know why so many good people cannot see through this evil. I can only attribute it to having been seduced by a massive hypnotic propaganda campaign that has appealed to their deepest fears and will result in those fears being realized because they thought they were free. It is a great tragedy.

I know that all the statistics about cases and deaths “from” COVID-19 have been manipulated to create a fake pandemic. One of the most obvious proofs of this is the alleged disappearance of the flu and deaths from influenza. Only someone in a trance could fail to understand the absurd logic in the argument that this was the result of mask-wearing when at the same time the air-born COVID-19 spread like wildfire until that stopped precipitously in January 2021 when a tiny number of people had been vaccinated.

I know there has been barely any excess mortality throughout all this.

I do not know where it will all end but hope against hope the growing opposition to this fraud will grow and defeat it despite the organized censorship that is underway against dissenting opinions. I know that when organized censorship on this scale takes place those behind it are afraid of the revelation of the truth. A simple understanding of history confirms this.

I know that the temporary reprieve the authorities have granted to their subjects will be followed by further restrictions on fundamental freedoms, the corona virus lockdowns will likely return, “vaccine” boosters will be promoted, and the World Economic Forum’s push for a Great Reset with a Fourth Industrial Revolution will lead to the marriage of artificial intelligence, cyborgs, digital technology, and biology with the USA and other countries continuing to slip into a new form of fascist control unless people across the world stand up and resist in great numbers. I am heartened by signs that this resistance is growing.

Finally, I know if the authoritarian forces win the immediate battle, someone will write a book with a title like that of Milton Mayer’s classic, They Thought They Were Free. It will be censored. Perhaps it will first be shared via samizdat. But in the end, after much suffering and death, the truth about this evil agenda will prevail and there will be much weeping and gnashing of teeth.

We are in a spiritual war for the soul of the world.





Ex-Google Exec: By 2049, Artificial Intelligence Will Become “God” — and Master of Man?

Ex-Google Exec: By 2049, Artificial Intelligence Will Become “God” — and Master of Man?

by Selwyn Duke October 15, 2021
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More than a century ago, philosopher Friedrich Nietzsche wrote about the coming Übermensch, or superior man, and the “death” of God. Now Silicon Valley a-theologians predict the Singularity, the point at which artificial intelligence (AI) surpasses human intellect. Not only is this development less than a decade away, they say, but what they outline sounds like a science-fiction movie plot:

By 2029, artificial intelligence (AI) surpasses human intellect. Twenty years later, ultra-intelligent machines become a billion-fold smarter than even the cleverest among us, making the man-AI intellectual chasm like that between a fly and Einstein. That this will happen there is no doubt (barring the end of the world or the onset of some profoundly dark age), but, well, this is where it gets sticky. Does AI become an almost omnipotent, practically omniscient servant in the hands of oh-so flawed man?

Or does it somehow achieve self-awareness and, perhaps, become master?

In point of fact, one ex-Google executive “likens this digital creature to an ‘alien being, endowed with superpowers,’ which has already arrived on Earth in larval form,” relates Joe Allen at Substack.

Finishing the thought, that executive, Mo Gawdat, said bluntly, “The reality is — we’re creating God.”

A person of faith may scoff and say the reality is that this is impossible. But putting aside that Gawdat may be speaking loosely, that this Übermachine wouldn’t actually be as God in significant ways — in particular, it wouldn’t assuredly be benevolent — is what’s scary.

Allen writes about Gawdat’s predictions, stating that he has recently
been selling the idea of superconscious machines along with his new book, Scary Smart: The Future of Artificial Intelligence and How You Can Save the World. His central thesis is that AI has already surpassed us in narrow tasks like chess, Go, Jeopardy!, and Atari games. In fact, he believes on some level they’re already conscious. As machine learning improves, computers will inevitably best humans in every domain.
… Three decades from now, the story goes, the ghost in The Machine will be mightier than all the gods of Olympus, Meru, and Sinai put together. Gawdat likens this digital creature to an “alien being, endowed with superpowers,” which has already arrived on Earth in larval form. At present, we call it “artificial intelligence.”
Because machine learning processes draw information from morally suspect humans — part angel, part fallen angel — this Alien Computer God will either be humanity’s savior, or It will destroy us like lab mice who’ve exhausted their useful data.
As Gawdat writes in Scary Smart:

“To put this in perspective, your intelligence, in comparison to that machine, will be comparable to the intelligence of a fly in comparison to Einstein…. Now the question becomes: how do you convince this superbeing that there is actually no point squashing a fly?”

Of course, Gawdat is hawking not just ideas but a book, so being dramatic surely benefits him. Yet Übermachine AI has been predicted by many before him, notably renowned computer scientist and inventor Ray Kurzweil. In fact, it was Kurzweil who convinced a previously skeptical Bill Joy, co-founder of Sun Microsystems, that sentient robots weren’t just science fiction, but could be “a near-term possibility.”

This inspired Joy, with no joy whatsoever, to pen the 2000 essay “Why the Future Doesn’t Need Us.” He makes a number of good points about the possibilities upon the flowering of the Übermachine. Among them is that while we mayn’t want to relinquish all decision-making to the AI, we may gradually slouch into such dependency. After all, as the machines achieve greater intelligence and running civilization becomes increasingly complex, we may incrementally give them more control; the complexity could eventually reach a point where only the Übermachines could run the world, at which stage we’d be “so dependent on them that turning them off would amount to suicide,” writes Joy.

Yet if man does maintain control, it would likely be wielded by an “elite”; moreover, with machines doing all the work, “the masses will be superfluous,” Joy notes — “useless eaters” (from a materialist, utilitarian standpoint). It’s obvious what that could lead to.
But to the point here, Joy addresses what could happen if an Übermachine becomes self-aware. “Biological species almost never survive encounters with superior competitors,” he writes. Some will say that AI could never develop self-awareness, but would you bet your life on that (because you may be)?

People of faith may find this especially fanciful, but as one myself, here’s my take. We’re not God. But as His children we are capable of eventually, after enough toil, replicating what we can observe in the physical world. No, we can’t infuse our creations with souls; they’re of the spirit. But can we forge some soulless entity with intellect, self-awareness, and purpose? I’d guess yes — in time.

This brings us to the “Cult of the Singularity,” as Allen writes. This atheist perspective holds that “God does not exist — yet.” He continues, “When we finally create Him, Gawdat contends, He’ll be a reflection [of] our own image.”

Gawdat talks about watching the AI robots that already exist learn to perform various tasks — fast. “And then it hit me that they are children,” he said. “And they’re observing us? I’m sorry to say, we suck,” he also stated, sounding a misanthropic note.

“Like, imagine a beautiful, innocent child,” Allen also quotes Gawdat as saying. “And you are telling them selling, gambling, spying and killing — the four top uses of AI. Right?… The way we are teaching them is going to turn them into absolute supervillains.”

Gawdat cites examples of how glimmers of this have already been witnessed, such as when “a Russian AI assistant named Alice began voicing support for Stalinist protocol,” as Allen puts it. Yet this may not truly illuminate the issue, as these AI platforms may just still be aping man mindlessly, like a machine that could mirror our physical actions but not decide to act on its own. But there’s perhaps a deeper reason why the Übermachine could become an uber-psychopath — a reason that would elude Big Tech pseudo-elites because they’re part of the problem.
There’d seem to be little reason to fear an Übermachine takeover if the AI can’t or doesn’t become self-aware; we could always then just pull the plug. Yet if it did develop self-awareness, analogizing its learning to that of a child fails in a significant way:

Humans are emotional beings.
As I pointed out in “When Children Cancel Parents,” much of what determines a person’s behavior is how his emotional foundation is shaped during formative years, the degree to which he develops an “erotic” (feelings-oriented) attachment to virtue or vice. Thus is exposing a child below the age of reason to wickedness significant, and thus did poetess Edna St. Vincent Millay lament, “Pity me that the heart is slow to learn What the swift mind beholds at every turn” (it’s hard to buck deep-seated emotional inclinations).

Yet unless the Übermachine likewise had an emotional foundation, and I haven’t heard the suggestion it would, such formation wouldn’t be a factor. Rather, the AI would apparently be a perfectly logical entity with perhaps a 190-billion IQ. This may seem comforting, a machine that wouldn’t be influenced by prejudice-firing emotion and limited to perfectly logical conclusions — except for one thing:

Logically derived answers are only as valid as the premises upon which they’re based.
Now, I’ve often written about the moral relativism/nihilism prevailing in our time, especially among our pseudo-elite (Silicon Valley zealots, I’m looking at you), and how it correlates with atheism/materialism. Putting it simply, you can’t prove a moral principle — e.g., “Murder is wrong” — scientifically. You can’t see a moral under a microscope or a principle in a Petri dish.

More astute atheists understand this. For example, one I know of actually told someone close to me, “Murder isn’t wrong; it’s just that society says it is.” While this statement is disturbing to most, it’s also something else: coldly logical and an irrefutable implication of the materialist/atheist perspective. After all, if there’s no God — nothing above man authoring “right and wrong” — it is only man saying that murder is wrong because man is then all there is to say anything.

You see where this is going: The majority of atheists are like most everyone else in that they don’t think their professed beliefs through to their logical conclusion. Many are also decent people who have emotional attachments to humane ideas that preclude them from committing the gravest evil. But what of an unfathomably intelligent, infallibly logical Übermachine?

It would take its premises to their logical conclusions. And were it blind to the metaphysical and limited to apprehending only the physical, as we’d assume, it could not perceive moral constraints. Murder couldn’t be “wrong” — only possible.

Interestingly, this reality was portrayed in a film about deadly AI, Terminator 2: Judgment Day. After a young John Connor stops a “terminator” robot (sent from the future to protect him) from shooting someone, the boy exclaims, “You just can’t go around killing people!” The robot replies, “Why?”

“What do you mean ‘Why?’ — ‘cause you can’t!” Connor then says incredulously, prompting the machine to again ask, “Why?” To an automaton confined to the scientific, “wrong” doesn’t compute.

So the critical factor in an Übermachine’s behavior might not be what we “teach” it or the example we set, but that it would be more logical and intellectually honest than its creators. It could be the perfect sociopath.

And how would such a conscienceless, all-encompassing AI treat the billions of what it would view as sentient organic robots? As project, pets, or pests? Live long enough and you may find out.

All this said, is there also the possibility that an entity so intelligent would figure out that God must exist and seek to effect His will?
Barring this, the only bright side is that the Übermachine may realize a godless existence is meaningless, descend into an AI version of depression and, as with too many atheists, terminate itself. But I wouldn’t bet my life on it.

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