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Globalists, 1600 Scientists & ‘Hacking’

Globalists Want the End of Humanity


Every time I see a new video or see an article such as these exposing Harari, I watch your video, Will God Allow Transhumanism to Succeed? to console me and reassure me that God is in control.

VIDEO: Top Globalist Announces The End Of Humanity

With A.I. and robots, Israeli historian and WEF mouthpiece asks: ‘What do we need so many humans for?’

Please share these with your readers because as the article says, most Americans have never heard of Harari or the WEF.

"Harari doesn’t come right out and say, let’s kill off half or more of the human beings on the planet. No, he’s much more subtle and cagey in the way he approaches the subject. He backs into it.

"Listen carefully to the philosophy of the most dangerous organization on the planet that most Americans have never heard of, the World Economic Forum, and its chief philosophical adviser, Yuval Harari."

Blessed feast day of St. Simon and St. Jude who were brothers and original Apostles of Our Lord Jesus Christ who, after the Ascension, went to the Middle East and were martyrs! May they pray for Divine Intervention for the immediate ceasefire at Gaza.

St. Simon and St. Jude, pray for us.



1,609 Scientists against Climate Change

Hello TIA,

I know that, like me, you do not fall for this lie of global warming / climate change.

But it is always good to see that more people are becoming aware of the maneuver. It is the case of these 1,609 scientists who are denouncing the hoax.

     Keep up the good work.



May I ‘Hack’ into Someone’s Blog?

Dear TIA

Re: Francis’s Remedy for ‘Rigidity’ in Morals: Situation Ethics

I wonder if it would be morally acceptable for counter-revolutionists to hack into Novus Ordo parish website newsletters and embed Dr. Carol Byrne’s article on “Francis’s Remedy for ‘Rigidity’ in Morals: Situation Ethics.” It would cause quite a flutter in the dovecote.

Isn’t it strange that average Novus Ordo Catholic laymen and women will consult ‘Dr. Google’ endlessly about their physical health, but seem disinclined to do the equivalent about their spiritual health.

     Yours in Jesus, Mary and Joseph,


TIA responds:

Dear N.M.,

We thank you for your support for Dr. Byrne’s article.

Regarding “hacking,” we should define the term before asking whether it is permitted or not.

To “hack” into someone’s bank account or company files is normally understood as breaking their security codes in order to steal money, data or falsify information. So, no one who is honest should do these things.

However, according to our understanding of your email, you are using the term “hacking” in a different way, which is to act anonymously to bring about something good that could cause a progressivist audience to change its mind and to abandon its bad position.

On the Internet it has been a largely applied and accepted practice to maintain one’s anonymity by using all types of pseudonyms. Thus, many people enter the websites, blogs and forums of others in order to support or to oppose the ideas and positions expressed there.

Although the generalized use of pseudonyms reveals a lack of personality and seriousness, since the authors of the comments lack the self-security to defend their points under their real names, we do not think that to do this is morally sinful. It seems that it is more or less analogous to the situation of a person who attends a masked event. All the guests are expected to hide their identities. To use a mask per se is not sinful.

On the Internet the use of pseudonyms has been accepted as an implicit convention, that is, that this is a normal way for people to act. As long as there are not other moral issues involved, per se it is not sinful.

In your case, it is our opinion that you may well enter that website under a pseudonym and offer Dr. Byrne’s article without moral scruples. You are trying to do good to that audience using the way interventions are normally made on the Internet. Your intervention can easily be taken down, but there may be some persons who benefit from the good you are trying to do.


     TIA correspondence desk


Healthy Old Times

My Dear Friends,

Re: A Time Capsule from the 1930s: What's Different Now!

A great blog post from the writer Charles Hugh Smith, describing his mother-in-law's life in the 1930's (she's still living) and his own memories of rural life on an island in Hawaii. Much to ponder.

Why Grandma survived the Great Depression

     God bless you,



Nice Prayer to St. Joseph


I think I'll print this and try to remember it each day after the Rosary and I thought a few folks might want to do the same.

Here's a nice prayer to Saint Joseph by Pope Leo XIII to be recited daily after the Rosary:

To thee, O Blessed Joseph, we have recourse in our affliction, and having implored the help of thy thrice holy Spouse, we now with hearts filled with confidence earnestly beg thee also to take us under thy protection.

By that charity wherewith thou wast united to the Immaculate Virgin Mother of God, and by that fatherly love with which thou didst cherish the Child Jesus, we beseech thee, and we humbly pray that thou wilt look down with gracious eye upon that inheritance which Jesus Christ purchased by His Blood, and wilt succor us in our need by thy power and strength.

Defend, O most watchful guardian of the Holy Family, the chosen offspring of Jesus Christ. Keep from us, O most loving Father, all blight of error and corruption. Aid us from on high, most valiant defender, in this conflict with the powers of darkness.

And even as of old thou didst rescue the Child Jesus from the peril of His life being taken, so now defend God's Holy Church from the snares of the enemy and from all adversity. Shield us ever under thy patronage, that, following thy example and strengthened by thy help, we may live a holy life, die a happy death, and attain to everlasting bliss in Heaven. Amen.


Posted November 2, 2023


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