In the opening lines in the movie Lord of The Rings, Galadriel narrates the following: “The world has changed. I feel it in the water. I feel it in the earth. I smell it in the air. Much that once was is now lost. For none now live who remember it.”
In these ominous words, Galadriel signals that “the change” has eradicated everything in middle earth. She goes on to explain how the change all began.
“Nine rings were gifted to the race of men who above all else desire power. For within these rings was bound the strength and will to govern each race. But they were all of them deceived for another ring was made. In the land of Mordor in the fires of Mount Doom, the dark lord Sauron forged in secret a master ring to control all others. And in this ring he poured his cruelty, his malice, and his will to dominate all life. One ring to rule them all.”
In the story, Lord of the Rings, the dramatic change that surfaced in middle earth came about from the race of men’s will to dominate. Of course, the real origin of man’s lust for power came from a demonic-like creature named Sauron. In this story, Galadriel’s warning and mothering persona acts as a guiding figure that middle-earth can draw from in their bleak times.
Today we find ourselves in a similar scene as the opening to Lord of The Rings. We are told that there is a “new normal” that will arise in the coming post-covid world. The World Economic Forum (WEF) asserts that a “Great Reset” is looming in which many facets of the world will need a dramatic facelift. The WEF’s website declares, “The world must act jointly and swiftly to revamp all aspects of our societies and economies, from education to social contracts and working conditions. Every country, from the United States to China, must participate, and every industry, from oil and gas to tech, must be transformed. In short, we need a ‘Great Reset’ of capitalism.”
In July Klaus Schwab, founder and executive chairman of the World Economic Forum (WEF), published a book called “Covid-19: The Great Reset.” In the book, he uses grandiose language coupled with cryptic, vague, and emotionally charged words to put forth the need to completely change the world as we know it because of the covid reality. The major theme of his argument is a full-blown rehaul of the world economic system. As he asserts in the book, “A new world will emerge, the contours of which are for us to both imagine and to draw.” He goes on to state, “The Great Reset will require us to integrate all stakeholders of global society into a community of common interest, purpose and action.” In other words, Schwab and the so-called “stakeholders of global society” would like to use the COVID-19 crisis and its aftermath to implement a new world order under the often lamented phrase of “social justice.”
Never has something like a world-wide reset been pushed so far. Yes, we’ve had nations that have experienced a dramatic overhaul or revolution, but not the entire world altogether. What we see today is a group of global elites from the World Economic Forum, The World Health Organization, the United Nations, and others that are essentially managing how the entire world will live and operate. They also want us to know their new proposal will be a significant renovation to the operation of the world as we know it. Notice also how they assert how everyone “must participate” as if one has no choice in the matter but to fall into conformity to this new world governing body.
Okay then. How should we view this coming great reset?
Authentic Catholic men tend to see the world differently from others. The Catholic man typically views the lens of the fallen world through spiritual warfare – the great battle of good ideas versus demonic ideas in which demonic concepts surface from the popular playbook of the world. Therefore, if a large-scale ideology emerges from global elites that outline how we must live our lives, a Catholic man’s propaganda radar will instantly flare up alerting of a suspicious threat. Being skeptical of the world’s philosophies, one begins to see the mirage of the Great Reset – that it reveals a hidden agenda of a dubious and dark plot.
Knowing Tolkien’s Catholic themes embedded in Lord of the Rings, some nerds out there will know that the Galadriel character likely represents the Blessed Mother Mary. Throughout history, Mary’s message of dire times is meant to alert us and call us back to the faith. Indeed, there are actual historical, Church approved accounts of these warnings in which Mary appeared in Fatima, La Salette, and Akita alluding to the idea that “the errors of Russia [i.e., communism] will spread across the world” and how “the Church will fall away.”
Today, the parallels may seem far-fetched, yet key figures are vocally sounding the alarm that the proposed Great Reset is really communism in disguise. Archbishop Vigano has become increasingly vocal this year much like a soldier alerting of an invading army. Speaking with a holy urgency, Vigano wrote a letter to President Trump and stated, “The fate of the whole world is being threatened by a global conspiracy against God and humanity. . . this historical moment sees the forces of Evil aligned in a battle without quarter against the forces of Good; forces of Evil that appear powerful and organized as they oppose the children of Light.”
Vigano goes on to articulate to the President that people’s fundamental rights are being stripped away in the name of a health emergency “that is revealing itself more and more fully as instrumental to the establishment of an inhuman faceless tyranny.”
The archbishop then goes on to spell out the plan in plain English for all. “A global plan called the Great Reset is underway. Its architect is a global élite that wants to subdue all of humanity, imposing coercive measures with which to drastically limit individual freedoms and those of entire populations.”
What Vigano is conveying is that the Great Reset is communism writ large. If so, we have now found ourselves smack dab in the Fatima vision where the errors of Russia have spread all over the globe. To get a spiritual bird’s eye view of the link between the Great Reset and communism, one must delve into the core tenants of communism.
It doesn’t take long to notice a demonic source at the root of communism. After all, Joseph Stalin once referred to the devil as a “good communist.”
Karl Marx and his disciples claimed that “capitalism” must give way to “socialism,” where private property would be abolished and an all-powerful state would own everything on behalf of the people. That’s what Marx meant by the word socialism, and that’s the main dictionary definition. It is crucial to grasp that socialism is the conveyor belt to communism. Those communist regimes led by mass murderers with their gulags, death camps, man-made famines, and killing fields used socialism to get to their ugly end-product of communism. After all, the USSR stood for the “Union of Soviet Socialist Republics.”
In his work, The Communist Manifesto, Karl Marx wrote, “The theory of communism may be summed up in the single sentence: the abolition of private property.” He then went on to note, “The history of all hitherto existing society is the history of class struggles.” Marx went on to teach, “The Communists everywhere support every revolutionary movement against the existing social and political order of things.” He further declares, “their ends can be attained only by the forcible overthrow of all existing social conditions.”
There are a couple of clues we can glean from Marx’s musings. First, is the removal of private property. In short, the state controls the means of production, and, in turn, regulates what you earn. They call this income “redistribution.” However, in a free market society, income is not distributed, it is earned by the people. In communism, the state takes your earned goods (income and property) and pretends to use it for the “poor,” but of course, they merely use it to make the state bigger and more powerful. Without even knowing it, the poor are simply used as human props for communist rulers. Which brings us to Marx’s other point. Communism has to create a “class struggle” in order to pull off its robbery of people’s property. After all, it won’t seem like theft if class warfare unfairly exists. This is why you repeatedly hear the words “fair outcome” and “redistribution of wealth.” Therefore, in communism, everyone becomes equally poor – unable to rise the ladder of prosperity. The third pillar of communism that Marx outlines is an “overthrow of all existing social conditions.” This sounds eerily similar to today’s “build back better” and “great reset” language in which “all aspects of society must be overturned.”
One of the main goals of communism is to make people totally dependent on the state. To do so, you have to forge an environment in which people feel desperate, and consequently unable to live on their own. Powerless to produce and develop on their own, people have to reluctantly converge a partnership with a totalitarian regime. Here, they trade their freedoms for a meager existence beholding to power-hungry control-freaks of the state.
To entice you into this dreadful arrangement, the state will throw a few freebies your way (free healthcare, etc.) to lull you into their grasp. As the adage goes, “If you give a man a fish, he can eat for a day. If you teach him how to fish he can eat for a lifetime.” But socialism sets a trap up as they know fallen man would prefer to have someone give them another man’s fish rather than to learn to fish. It’s especially convincing when socialism brainwashes the person that the fish you gave him came from a “bad man” to continue to justify the con. In a free-market society, we feed ourselves through our work in the economy precisely so we don’t need the government’s hand-out to eat. What socialism and communism attempt to do is to destroy the free market economy in order to get us dependent on the state. Gone is the free market’s ladder where one can continue to climb up to build wealth. Now, the ladder has been replaced by a thin rope in which one can’t move up but can only cling to the bottom. Moreover, the one loosely holding this rope for you is the state – all the while acting like a hero for you, when, in fact, they are crushing you.
Once a person becomes dependent on the state, the state has them trapped in their web of control. Here, the person lives in a pathetic condition in which they become a slave to the whims of the ruling party.
Today, the global elites have been responsible for these coordinated lockdown efforts supposedly for the benefit of the masses but really for the benefit of the ruling classes. For example, the IMF and the World Bank attempted to bribe the President of Belarus if he imposed lockdown restrictions that would have crashed their economy.
Our situation today mirrors the power-grab of communism in that once the ruling class gets the populace dependent on this new united government of the Great Reset, they’ll have achieved full influence on one’s life. Through this entire lockdown, they have taken away our ability to work, to earn, and to be a free person to produce on our own. The restrictions have brought the whole free market system tumbling down to its knees. Marx couldn’t have dreamed up a better scenario. If the economies are decimated, those in power have an opportunity to build a new economy where they stand to gain even more wealth.
In this new world of a desperately dependent populace, the ruling powers have us right where they want us. Being dependent on the governing powers, one reluctantly must vote pro-government, pro-great reset. Even if you are brave enough to vote for a revolution back to a free democracy, the game is rigged because the ruling powers control the very mechanism (the voting system) that allows them to stay in power. Here, one has entered a dreadful chain of slavery in which the person has sadly put all their trust into power hungry politicians and world leaders that govern using thuggish tactics.
Similarly, in socialism, the state creates a massive welfare society to control people and get what they want under the vague banner of providing “social equality.” Of course, equality in communism is a ruse. The top 3% become insanely rich in communism while the other 97% live dismal lives. So, yes we will be all “equal” in the sense we’ll be equally miserable.
In communism, the rich get richer. Isn’t it interesting that big corporations received the lion share of the covid bailout money? Covid has made millionaires into billionaires and decimated small businesses. Our setting today mirrors socialism in which the rich gain more wealth and influence while the middle class has been lowered into a desolate setting. In Communist Venezuela the government rulers are living the high life, while the common folk are so desperate they are breaking into zoos to eat animals. We tend to naively think that those in power generally have the good of the populace in mind, however as fallen humans they are predictably driven by the unquenchable desire for money, power, and social control. Much like in Lord of The Rings, they have fallen trap to the lure of the ring.
Besides being an economic dumpster fire, communism ultimately is a mass murder regime. This is because if one doesn’t fall in line with the utopian ideas of the state, they need to be stripped of their human dignity and “removed.” Joseph Stalin once said, “Ideas are more powerful than guns. We wouldn’t let our enemies have guns. Why should we let them have ideas?” So, if your ideas run counter to the state, you are killed.
In short, communism is represented best by the desolate wasteland of Mordor in Lord of The Rings. Prosperity and life get crushed in Mordor.
Renown exorcist Fr. Chad Ripperger recently developed a series in which he parallels how demons and communism are mutually compatible. Both seek to divert people’s perceptions to manipulate, control and enslave them all the while destroying God’s economy of creation. In short, communism is hell on earth dressed up as a nice ribbon much like the serpent made his fruit “pleasing to the eye.”
The Catholic Church has repeatedly condemned Communism and Socialism for the last hundred years. In 1931, Pope Pius XI declared, “Religious socialism, Christian socialism are contradictory terms, for no one can be, at the same time, a good Catholic and a true socialist.” Pius XI’s encyclical in 1931, is the absolute categorical imposition against socialism for Catholics. Meaning if you vote for it, root for it in your heart, you are formerly cooperating with mortal sin. In 1949, Pope Pius XII’s “Decree Against Communism” excommunicated all Catholics collaborating with or voting for communist organizations.
It’s’ been said that “coincidences are God’s way of speaking to us.” Is what we are seeing with the Great Reset a communist play writ large or is this a mere “conspiracy theory”? A few shepherds in the Church ranging from Cardinal Burke, Archbishop Vigano, Fr. Altman, Fr. Goring, Fr. Nix, are warning that the Great Reset and communism are bosom buddies, thus we are seeing the Fatima vision play out.
Those who have a keen eye for propaganda recognize a pattern between this proposed reset and communism.
Speaking at the United Nations in September, the Canadian Prime Minister said, “This pandemic has provided an opportunity for a reset. This is our chance to accelerate our pre-pandemic efforts to reimagine economic systems that actually address global challenges like extreme poverty, inequality, and climate change.”
Trudeau’s “opportunity” he is speaking of is akin to using a catastrophe as an alibi to put forth a nefarious plan. His reference to “pre-pandemic efforts” insinuates how this social plan has been several years in the making.
In 1915, J.P. Morgan was the main banker that set up the then privately owned Federal Reserve. According to the congressional records, J.P. Morgan got together with twelve men high up in the newspaper business “and implored them to select the most influential newspapers in the United States and sufficient number of them to control the policy of the daily press. . . An editor was furnished for each paper to properly supervise and edit information regarding the questions of preparedness militarism, financial policies and other things of national and international nature considered vital to the interest of the purchaser.” This “purchaser” was not the consumer but the owner of those newspapers. Back then newspapers were the primary channel of information to the people. Today, the mass media has expanded to all platforms. Yet, through multiple mergers, the media outlets have consolidated to less than eight. On average six companies control 90-95% of the media we consume. Here, we fall into a slippery path because once you control the media you control the message, once you control the message you control the people.
Notice how easy an influential figure can manipulate a major industry. This doesn’t simply apply to J.P. Morgan. In his 2002 memoirs, David Rockefeller wrote,
“Some even believe we are part of a secret cabal working against the best interests of the United States, characterizing my family and me as ‘internationalists’ and of conspiring with others around the world to build a more integrated global political and economic structure — one world, if you will. If that’s the charge, I stand guilty, and I am proud of it.”
This is a telling admission from a highly influential family. This global elite planning and structure have become more coordinated through the Bilderberg Society. A World Bulletin report cited that “Bilderberg is an annual conference of the global elite, the location of which changes every year. Power brokers from industry, oil companies, politics, banking, business, academia, royalty, and the media get together to privately discuss the course of the world with no outside press coverage whatsoever.”
Therefore, it is not a dimwitted conspiracy theory to gather that the media, politics, and many industries are controlled by a handful of elite executives who, much like Rockefeller, want to push for a global transformation.
But, you can’t have a global government unless you have a collective global response from a global crisis. In enters Trudeau’s “opportunity.” The covid pandemic was their chance to put their one-world government plan into play. After all, David Rockefeller gave us another revealing confession in his 2002 memoirs, “We are on the verge of a global transformation all we need is the right major crisis and the nations will accept the new world order.”
Having found their crisis in covid, the next part is for the WEF to sell its Great Reset scam to the unsuspecting public. Here, we find another communist staple. Fr. Ripperger alludes that communism can always be repackaged and resold to a large audience because deep down human beings crave a sublime utopia here on earth. The language of the Great Reset is an appeal to human desires when, in point of fact, the reality of the Christian faith is that the world is fallen and that real utopia only exists in heaven. But, with one’s eyes square on the material realm and being spiritually blind, one will always buy into the utopia on earth scam. However, much like the man-made tower of babel – it won’t work.
What’s more, is that communism works tirelessly to strip people of their human dignity in being made in the image of God to now perversely view a person as object to use and manipulate. Because of the psychological effects of the covid response, people are experiencing more depression all the while having been trained to view others as a potential health threat. We have been trained to keep our distance. No handshakes, no hugs, no human touching. What’s worse is kids are viewed as potential petri dishes one must avoid. Therefore, normal human interaction and human dignity has been jettisoned by the repetitive phrase “for your safety” or “for your protection.” Now, “for your safety” you must cease from any normal human contact. “For your safety” you must limit your travel, limit how many people come into your house, limit your kid’s lives, limit working, etc.
Another element of ridding out human dignity is the abolishment of private property. With no property, you become an object of the state. As it turns out, the WEF has produced a short propaganda video of a man smiling while it reads, “In the future, you will own nothing and be happy.”
A person who reads at least two books on socialism and communism will be able to smell the connection with the Great Reset instinctively. Therefore, when you read the following sentence from the WEF’s website you’ll be able to see how it’s drenched in Marx’s philosophy to create a counter economic structure using a powerful government apparatus: “We must build entirely new foundations of our economic and social systems . . . That will require stronger, more effective governments . . . that would steer the market toward fairer outcomes.”
Although this sounds milquetoast, it empowers the global elites to yield god-like power controlling people’s movements, social interactions, jobs, healthcare, the economy all under the banner of the “public good.” Strip away the veneer of lies and distortions of their version of “the greater good” and a repugnant society emerges. This picture is likely the fulfillment of the bleak warning from the Blessed Mother in 1846. In the Church approved visons of La Salette, Mary described to the children that “all the civil governments will have one and the same plan, which will be to abolish and do away with every religious principle.”
In his book on demons exorcist Fr. Lampert writes, “The goal of the devil is the conquest of civilization.” We are at the point where Catholics must truly “read the signs of the times” and choose which society is the will of God and which is the will of a demonic source.
Towards the end of Lord of The Rings when Frodo gave in to despair, Sam offered him some wisdom and said, “But I think, Mr. Frodo, I do understand. Folk in those stories had lots of chances turning back, only they didn’t. They kept going because they were holding on to something – that there’s some good in this world, and it’s worth fighting for.” In the end, the ring was destroyed, and middle-earth flourished. Let us hope the ring of power soon goes back to where it came from.