With the recent shakeups in the arena of Catholicism and with several people messaging me asking for my perspective on what was happening, I thought I would give an analytical report based on my research and several years spent in Catholic circles of all flavors: traditionalist, liberal, etc. Given that history, and given my own proclivities for comparative religion and the underground “scoop” (if you will) as it pertains to these groups, I feel competent to give a report. I will not be taking a particular theological stance here: my focus will be primarily geo-political, especially since I recently finished Malachi Martin’s lengthy geo-political tome, The Keys of This Blood. Another reason this is very relevant revolves around my own personal interest in the Cold War the last year. With an ever-expanding library of such materials, I’ve decided to try to take a decade or so of Catholic research and combine it with recent forays into Sovietism, and condense it into this article.
Malachi Martin is a dubious figure. Facts on his history can be researched on one’s own, but suffice to say I do view him as a consummate insider into Vatican affairs, particularly as relates to Vatican II, since he was a peritus of Cardinal Bea, a leading “liberal” at the Council, as well as being a personal friend of John XXIII and Paul VI (Martin, that is). Martin was, at the time of the council, very clearly a theological liberal, positing several things in his early book The Encounter that are manifestly, from a classical Catholic perspective, modernist, as well as what might be considered “process theology.” So my approach is not going to be flawed by what is often the uneducated stance taken by so many “traditionalists,” who cite Martin as some sort of “prophet” who was working to fight the changes in the institution. On the contrary, a thorough reading of his works (and I’ve read several of them), leads to the opposite conclusion.
Why, then, does Martin’s book matter? Because it is a geo-political treatise that shows a clear insight into modern intrigues that most analysts overlook, miss, or are completely ignorant of. In intelligence, media, and research analysis, this area is often garbled because of mass ignorance of Catholic theology and history. I am not ignorant of Catholic theology and history. I am also not a complete newbie when it comes to political intrigue and news analysis, so I intend in this article to highlight areas that are utterly missing in mainstream and alternative news perspectives. Martin’s book matters because it offers predictions in 1990 (when it was written) that have since come true. This alone shows the book has relevance, regardless of Martin’s dubious motives or questionable actions.
Aside from that, the book is full of spot-on geo-political analyses that match up with other well-known researchers and analysts that have been highlighted here and elsewhere. For example, readers will notice that I have cited Joel Skousen’s analyses of strategic threats and the continuance of the threat of communism and Sovietism. The chief thesis in that regard being that international communism did not suddenly disappear with the “fall of the Wall,” but instead took on an underground, covert stance. It has continued to operate out of Moscow and other centers of Europe with the intention still of destroying the West. One of those chief enemies in the West, from this perspective, is the Roman Catholic institution. For worldwide atheistic communism or socialism or secular humanism to have the final victory, the West must be dismantled.
The above has been the view of the revolutionaries from Lenin to Gramsci to Gorbachev, assuming the analysis that the fall of the Wall was Gorbachev’s master chess move to finally conquer the West. While Skousen has argued this, I was quite interested to see Malachi Martin detail this at length in Keys, written shortly after the Wall fell. And one year after that Wall fell, Martin predicted two very important things in the last chapter: 1) The successor to John Paul II would remove the excommunication on the SSPX and 2) issue a “Motu Proprio” attempting to reinstate the Tridentine Mass worldwide. I want to stress again that was in 1990. Whatever that means, one thing we can glean from this is that Martin was not a prophet – the actions of Benedict XVI towards the SSPX were planned long ago. Martin also predicted the rise of sedevacantism in Keys.
It is also evident from Martin’s book that John Paul II was primarily a geo-politically focused pope who was well aware of all the corruption and disintegration going on in his institution. From Martin’s spin, readers are supposed to accept that he was a good guy whose hands were tied by other geopolitical forces. However, Martin also contradicts himself numerous times in the book, claiming that all the bishops and priests who allowed the corruption were “Judases.” It can’t be both in Catholic theology. This leads to the somewhat controversial idea that Martin seems to hint around at: someone or something has the Vatican and the papacy’s hands tied. In other words, there is blackmail at work from other powerful interests that most certainly includes the dossier on the prevalent pedophile Satanist networks, as well as the possibility of even larger staged terror events. Martin’s claim is essentially this: Grand Orient masonic communism is at work to control the new world order ahead of the West, as well as controlling the Vatican. China and Russia are still communistic powers, in this analysis, that have infiltrated and allied now with the Western Transnationalist capitalists. I have written recent analysis that have proven this to be the case, going all the way back to the 1940s when several members of the Council on Foreign Relations were already working for convergence with the Sino-Soviet power.
In Martin’s analysis, Gorbachev still maintains a lot of influence and power in the underground Soviet Party, and by extension, also in international geo-politics. The moves of convergence with western international corporatism into a third way convergence which were mutually beneficial to big capital and the Soviet Party were successfully brought about by George Bush, Sr., as well as others like Henry Kissinger whom Martin calls “The Wise Men of the West.” We might as well identify this as the “Illuminati,” since the capitalist revolutionaries of the Enlightenment are merely one branch of 1789, with the socialist Jacobins (Illuminists as well) making up the other branch. This is very understandable, given what readers of my blog know from works like Tragedy & Hope, the veritable bible of the history of the CFR. Indeed, the Soviet and Chinese communist powers could never have grown like they did without the monetary aid and buildup from big-time western players like the Rockefellers. The name of the game is not ideology: it is simply power and control. In order to understand geo-politics, understanding that is imperative.
Ideologies are something trafficked in, not believed in, and an ideology is only so useful as it is for control. In this great game, the western powers of atheistic capitalism have conceded their ideology to atheistic Sovietism, and in the near future, we may expect a great convergence. This is all based around the process philosophy of the Hegelian dialectic where the West (the thesis) helps erect a real enemy, Sovietism, as its antithesis, in order to eventually achieve a synthesis and integration. However, this integration will not be the happy utopia the fools believe. This means basically a technocratic control grid, where the worst aspects of capitalism and socialism will survive and be merged into the great hive world government. Make no mistake about it: Martin is very candid that the rush by the big geo-political power centers has been solely about control of the new world order. The new world order, from the papal, Russian and western perspective, is inevitable. We are going to have a world government, but who is going to be at the top of that pyramid is still a chess game, according to Martin.
During the Cold War, the position of George Kennan was one of containment and balance in relation to the USSR, while Pope Pius XI had been more staunchly opposed to the USSR and its inclusion into the “community of nations.” (Keys, pgs. 174-180). But the doctrine of “balance” of power publicly announced at the 1975 Helsinki Agreement eventually gave way to the Brezhnev doctrine, the “untouchable right of the Soviet Party” to exist. Throughout the book, Martin consistently references what he calls ‘The Big Lie” which amounts to the master deception of the Soviet Party against the West: to make it think it was a friendly entity that sincerely desired to work with its ideological opponent, the West. In actual fact, this “Big Lie” was a classic Leninist and Gramscian strategy to conquer the West. This strategy involves playing coy and friendly, and with Gramsci even becoming capitalist, “so long as godlessness is maintained.” In time, the destruction of western culture would be sufficient to destroy western power.
As an interesting side note, Martin supports the CO2 scam on page 187, and those in the know will be aware of the connection of Soviet and communist machinations behind the “green movement.” In fact, Gorbachev himself helped found the Green Movement. As Martin explains, and as is well known in Catholic circles, John XXIII opened the door to the USSR and Soviets, as well as working globally with several communist groups and leaders. For an uncritical, pro-John perspective on those claims aside from Martin, I recommend Alden Hatch’s book, A Man Named John: The Life of Pope John XXIII. This is worth considering, since John XXIII called the Second Vatican Council, which saw unprecedented changes in Roman Catholicism. Could this lend credence to the theory of many that John XXIII was a member of atheistic Grand Orient Masonry? Martin explains John XXIII’s aggiornamento at length on pages 255-65, without any criticism of his good friend: but recall the contradiction I cited above – Martin says Vatican II has largely failed and its bishops are “Judases,” yet John XXIII and his papal successors are never blamed.
I should add as well that Martin’s book is similar in many ways to Tragedy & Hope of Dr. Quigley. It’s not a book likely to be read by many but insiders. Readers of Jay’s Analysis tend to be very well-educated and will be aware of the cryptic trend of all things being admitted in fat geo-political tomes. In light of that fact, I must highly recommend Martin’s book to those readers who have the leisure for 700 plus page works of this nature: it should and does rank up there with Tragedy & Hope as a book that “tells it all,” if you will. Martin’s book The Jesuits is also important, since Rome recently elected a prominent Jesuit to become “Francis I.” While the Jesuits are not running the world, it should be pointed out that Martin himself was a former Jesuit, and the Jesuits have led the revolutionary charge in the modern Vatican for change. Indeed, the Gramscian tactic of targetting children and universities has been a crucial for the Jesuit role.
In the garbled nonsense that comprises much of internet conspiriana, the Jesuit theories are some of the worst, but there is some truth in the confusion. The Jesuits are a part of the new world order insofar as they are largely infiltrated with Marxists and were/are at the forefront of liberation theology, an offspring of Marxism. Their job has been the steady dismantling of Catholic catechesis and importation of homosexuality. Association should also be made here of the Rockefeller-founded World Council of Churches which was founded by Soviets and KGB members and has been instrumental in promoting liberation theology among Protestants, as well as ecumenism. As Martin notes, the ecumenical movement was a creation of the Rockefellers, far eastern gurus, new agers, and Marxists, with the intent of breaking down western religious beliefs into more manageable new agey, earth-based pagan religions centered around ecology. This is an angle on the Green Movement that is often overlooked or missed. It is rightly analyzed as a propaganda for international interests, but rarely seen as the important puzzle piece it is for the implementing of a new world religion based around Gaia and other nonsense.
In fact, Martin’s whole analysis of ecumenism is that it is a revolutionary failure and a Soviet/Marxist plan to destroy Catholicism. Catholic readers may do what they list with that information, but Martin spends about a hundred pages tracing modern ecumenism’s origins and history, as well as all its interlinking connections, organization and associations, as well as bringing forth the older papal condemnations of the Marxist-dialogical “praxis” that dismantles by dilution and integration. Anyone familiar with the Assisi meetings of John Paul II and Benedict XVI will find it difficult to disagree with Martin’s honest historical analysis of the trends, especially if one is familiar with the whole string of older papal condemnations of ecumenism, particularly stated in unambiguous terms in Pius XI’s “Mortalium Animos.”
To bring this all to a clear point: the goal is very clearly world government. Martin is very clear about this, and those who have read on the subject of globalism will know that Martin knows what he is talking about. Martin outlines the IMF attack plans, debt-slavery, fiat currency, NAFTA and large trading blocs, etc., which all have the function of integrating the continental blocs into a single currency. Eventually the goal will be a world currency with a world government and a world religion. Martin explains this at length on pages 316-329, and no one with knowledge of international politics and religion can gainsay anything said there. Martin was outlining the power plays of the global elite to such a depth and degree back in 1990 that modern-day “conspiracy theorists” look like grade school students by comparison. Where are the conspiracy theorists on all this? Where are the geo-political analysts and university loser professors who even have 1/3 of the knowledge of someone like Martin, in this regard? Martin has given a panoramic perspective of the new world order that the mass of researchers will never even come close to – and he did this back in 1990.
Of particular importance in regard to the convergence is the 1985 General Agreement where Soviet representatives succeeded in convincing the United States to adopt Soviet-style education. Charlotte Iserbyte describes the dumbing down process here in this article. Soviet leader Yuri Andropov had championed this approach in Gramscian fashion, but it was Gorbachev in particular who triumphed in the 80s to convince the West and the United States to adopt the Soviet subterfuge, which resulted in the total collapse of the educational system we see today into Marxist multi-cultural oblivion. Gorbachev, Martin argues, is a master of Leninist deception: his plans are not détente and peace, but to destroy.
The “Wise Men” of the West have fallen for Soviet strategy out of lust for gain and power to be gained from the great convergence. From the perspective of the communists, history is an inevitable dialectical materialist process, leading to the eventual proletariat victory over class and superstition. This entire worldview is based on certain presuppositions that are false: namely, that materialism is true, that history is a deterministic manifestation of that process, and that man is a blank slate and can be programmed through re-education to transcend class distinctions. These three great presuppositions of communism are all flatly false, but as worldviews work, when faulty assumptions are adopted, entire systems can be erected into a seeming master plan. Granted, the materialist accuses the Theist of the same thing, yet the proof is in the philosophical pudding, not in who is the best at deception. Martin highlights the plan of convergence at the Malta Summit of 1989 where Gorbachev had first met with John Paul II in Rome, to fly the next day to Malta to meet with George Bush, Sr. The Malta Summit was, in Martin’s analysis, the sealing of Gorbachev’s victory leading to the certain convergence of East and West.
The more sensationalist elements in the book center around the coming disasters that Martin seems to hint at. Much like Skousen, Martin mentions Central Europe being a key factor in future geo-political warfare. Skousen too has mentioned Central Europe and North Korea as important trigger zones for World War III. Martin argues the Soviets want Europe as their own, and will continue to seek an integrated economic agreement with the intent of establishing the EUSSR, if you will. Skousen has also said as much, as well as that Lech Walesa and Soldiarity were and are communist fronts. Poland did not truly ditch communism, and the former Soviet satellite nations that purportedly became “sovereign states” most certainly did not. Skousen and Martin agree here, too. All the former Soviet states and the “secular Muslim” nations are still Soviet proxies. This explains NATO’s operations in Central Europe, as well as recent operations in Libya, Syria, Egypt, Africa and South America. These are Soviet areas that the West is, in true dialectical and theater fashion, attempting to control.
I find Skousen and Martin’s similar analyses the most striking. Both speak of a coming disaster event, and we can speculate that Martin means something nuclear, as does Skousen. Both make the claim that the coming war will result in the wiping out of the Eastern threat (Martin and Skousen), as the western elites have secret technology that will ensure victory over the communist menace (so Skousen). One reason I have said I agree with the thesis that the Marxist scheme will eventually fail is DNA. Marxism is built on materialism and the denial of things having “natures” in the classical sense. It is also built on the theory there is no God, but in terms of geo-political stratagems, any position that is divorced from reality is doomed to fail in the long run, and the Marxist project is all founded on the rejection of metaphysics and human nature. In Marxism, the “new man” can be created through external stimuli and/or some transhumanist utopianism. But this is all cancelled out by DNA, which shows life is encoded with a real structure and essence. Any worldview built on trying to erect a polis not based on this basic fact of human nature and human culture is doomed to fail, no matter how many of its proponents profess to adhere to dialectical materialism.
Martin discusses rightly the Alta Vendita and the Grand Orient lodges of Europe and Moscow that constitute the secret power behind world communism. Recent examples of this strand can be seen in the P2 Lodge of Italy, of which Silvio Berlusconi is a well-known, famous member. The P2 Lodge, extending back to Mazzini and the Italian revolutionaries, as well as the Carbonari emerge in the famous case of the death of the Vatican Banker, Roberto Calvi. Calvi was found murdered in London and was associated with John Paul I’s attempts at supposed Vatican Banking “reform.” John Paul I himself died after 33 days as pope, and some researchers attribute this to assassination, as the KBG prelate Nikodem also suffered a similar fate after meeting with John Paul I. Astute readers will notice the similarity of those scandals with the recent scandals relating to the Vatican Bank and money laundering, as well as Benedict XVI’s recent resignation. And it was the Carbonari that produced the Alta Vendita.
My thesis, which involves speculation admittedly, is as follows. The Grand Orient Illuminists have the Vatican’s hands tied, and quite easily, since the longterm process of infiltration outlined a hundred years ago in the Alta Vendita documents have been fulfilled. The standard Soviet fare of using homosexual operatives that are blackmailed are a large part of the chess game (think of Kim Philby and the Cambridge Five), with the networks of pedophiles and Satanist priests that Martin mentions all being tracked and traced by intelligence agencies. The intelligence agencies, and most likely private ones in particular, thus have the “dirt” on these scumbags and are thereby able to maneuver the so-called “prelates” in the direction they so desire – this so-called “Red Dossier” (Red indeed!). Whatever one thinks of Catholicism, whether a believer or an opponent, I think this analysis is the most consonant with the immense amount of data analyzed and research I have done. Benedict and his predecessors are blackmailed and involved in the coverup of the pedophiles, and this has been engineered purposefully as a master strategy to dismantle the Church. Some of the “whistleblowers” may have sincere motives, but they are leaking the dirt that is meant to be leaked. Why? Because the goal is not to oust this or that priest or bishop or even that pope, but the Grand Orient dismantling of the Vatican. In fact, I was surprised to see this MSNBC analyst drop all kinds of hints and buzzwords, almost as if she’d been reading the same material I have the last few months. What she’s telling you is code:
The mainstream media goofballs have no idea what is happening in the Vatican and what has happened theologically. The blackmail is precisely centered around the networks that are being mentioned in the stories, but the “network” was written about decades ago by Martin, who rightly connects it to ritual Satanism that centers around child abuse. The mainstream media is too stupid to figure this out, but its long been known by those who have studied Catholicism and the occult indepth. This sewer stream of infiltrators and subversive homosexuals extends back a hundred years as well, as the long stream of papal documents relating to modernism and secret societies make abundantly clear.
Now, since almost no one in mainstream media or in the alternative media or the religio-sphere or even those in “intelligence” analysis seem to be able to figure out hardly any of this, does anyone want to offer me a job as an analyst or writer?