If you haven't seen this one over at The Daily Bell, then you need to:

Out of Chaos, Order: Now IMF Seeks Collective, World Bail-Out of Europe

Note that this article, however, gives us a new player, the Vatican. The question we have to consider here, is why would the Vatican be involved in such a global government scheme?

We need only consider some facts about the papacy's official teaching about itself. Consider only the symbolism of Pope John Paul II, always kissing the ground on his many travels overseas. Why the symbolism? Or for that matter, the traditional papal blessing urbi et orbi, to "the city and the world." The plain fact of the matter is that, amid all the papal sanctions of the reforms of the Second Vatican Council, one thing, and one thing only, within the trappings of Roman Catholicism, did not change, and that was the papal claim to a plenitudo potestatis, to a "plenitude" or "fulness of power" both spiritual and temporal. The papal claims are absolute, and they are universal, i.e., globe-encompassing.

IN Babylon's Banksters I pointed out the deep connection between the ancient "bullion brokers" and the temple, i.e., religion. There has long been such an alliance, and we should expect no difference in modern times. A closed global monopoly over a unified regional or even global currency would require some sort of moral sanction, a kind of approbation for its acceptance.

Enter the Papacy, for besides the Euro-technocrats in Brussels, Europe, like it or not, stands as a culture united by a common background in Christianity, and there is no institution in Europe that represents that inheritance better, or other than, the Papacy. A closed system of finance, a genuinely workable global government, requires some sort of global cultural and religious expression, and the Papacy is tailor made for the purpose.

This expands on what sort of signals we make expect to occur, if all this process of reasoning be true:

(1) We may expect closer ties to develop between the Vatican and Brussels;

(2) We may expect deeper Vatican presence in ecumenical activities, particularly with the Orthodox Churches of the East, and more importantly,

(3) Increased Vatican overtures to China, India, and the Islamic world; and finally,

(4) gradual increase of Vatican statements on the world financial situation, with soft emphasis on the need for a "just financial order" increasingly hardening for calls for global institutions to regulate the same, with the Vatican maneuvering to play a prominent role in the design and/or sanction of such institutions.

A Merry Christmas from Evelyn de Rothschild, Zbigniew Brzezinski, and Dr. Farrell

Joseph P. Farrell

Joseph P. Farrell has a doctorate in patristics from the University of Oxford, and pursues research in physics, alternative history and science, and "strange stuff". His book The Giza DeathStar, for which the Giza Community is named, was published in the spring of 2002, and was his first venture into "alternative history and science".


  1. beowulf on December 26, 2011 at 6:12 pm

    I would argue that the Vatican is stepping in to assert the economic interests of the world’s ‘*99%”. Whether its motivated by Christ’s teachings or simply a wishes to increase popular support of the Church by to harnessing popular discontent with the economic system is debatable. The Vatican is well aware that the Church is far stronger in countries like Ireland or Poland where it historically took the political side of the weak versus the strong than in Latin American countries where it was seen as an ally of the governing elite. Regardless of motivation, its not a bad thing for the Church to be on the side of the angels (so to speak).

    As a website that is hardly a house organ of Catholicism noted:
    “A recent document from Pope Benedict XVI doesn’t specifically name the “Occupy” movement, but it expresses a great deal of sympathy for the aims and goals of that movement (which, for some reason, the media keep saying don’t exist). Benedict expresses strong opposition to an “idolatry of the market,” opposes the increase in income inequality, and argues for government redistribution of wealth.”

  2. Mike on December 24, 2011 at 2:05 am

    The Vatican’s Gold Reserves will be key for transitioning out of the SDR (IMF proxy Currency) – Global Bonds that will be issued shortly to bail out everyone: Europe, Japan & US, in that order – into a Gold Standard.

    The traditional bullion banks: JP Morgan, HSBC, etc… will be as good as history, as their “net” position in Gold and precious metals is “found-out” to be Short, while the “Goldfingers” end up filling in the gaps.

  3. romanmel on December 23, 2011 at 12:31 pm

    Humor me, an incurable cynic, as I ramble…No one trusts the banksters anymore. No one trusts the politicians either or the military or the business leaders or the normal world power brokers. However most of us do trust God and if we have a problem with trust, what better resolution could be made than to appoint God’s representative here on Earth to bring order from chaos? Deadly logic?

  4. HAL838 on December 23, 2011 at 11:42 am

    I am having a holiday this year
    and an end of the [year] celebration
    because by end of Jan or into Feb,
    I will have a brand new Information Service
    started, up and running.

    The best part?
    Because it will be so needed, it will be free.
    The only payment will be however you reach me.
    Your dime.

    One slight problem may be commincation, though.
    It may become spotty, but it should pretty much
    hold up for those still believing that some older
    things are better than new (killer) technology.

    So whatever your prefered way to celebrate,
    Best Wishes for a safe and Happy Holiday Season.

  5. Robert Barricklow on December 23, 2011 at 9:43 am

    This tiesin with Ellen Brown’s, Michael Hudson’s, and other economist in-the-know knowledge that the ‘international banking cartel’ is moving toward a One-World-PRIVITIZED currency, eventually electronic/digitized/CASHLESS=


  6. Father Krespi on December 23, 2011 at 9:30 am

    I always found it interesting that the Anunnaki Pope, John Paul II (the son of Emily Katz and the star of the Warsaw Jewish youth soccer team) who came to power under the dark cloud of the mysterious death of his brief predecessor, John Paul I, was then replaced by former Hitler youth Cardinal Ratzinger. Was this a NI coup or was this just power sharing by the ruling elites? I do know Pope Benedict barred Anunnaki sorcerers, in the guise of Rabbis, from the Vatican Library. I suspect they were searching for ancient Anunnaki spell books.

    A global Holy Roman Empire would be a welcome replacement to this current mess. I wouldn’t hold my breath. The demon Netanyahu has said on several occasions that “El Qaida” intends to blow up Rome. This would be just the false flag the Anunnaki need to trigger a civil race war in Europe and a clash of civilizations in the Middle East. Their are numerous Catholic mystics and Saints over the last two thousand years who have predicted the destruction of Rome and the beheading of the Catholic Church.

    My guess would be that the Catholic Church is reasserting its power in Europe as the Anunnaki banking cabal is slowly being led to the slaughter. It is preparation for the next wave of history where the Anunnaki have been purged from the European and maybe world power structure.

  7. paul degagne on December 23, 2011 at 7:37 am

    Your idea of the Financial System needing the moral OK or backing of the Religious Establishment (RCC) makes good sense even in this highly materialist society we are supposedly living in.

    I have my own idea of the matter:

    In Post-Modern times Governments went CAPUT!

    NOW we pay TAXES TO BANKS instead of Governments!


  8. Hermes on December 23, 2011 at 6:42 am

    When you consider the countries within countries concept the Vatican was first, it took over the Roman system and made it into a much better one…i mean the Romans were honest about your standing, your title, your position. The vatican/Florentein one is far more insiduous as everyone seems to think they are free right up until they dont pay tributes 🙂

    I’m sure this crowd understands the three ces que vie trusts created since the “dark ages” wherby the popes claimed all land under the dominion of them as caretakers for God. So they seeded the western financial system but we’ve still got that claim being worked on from the white dragon society for a cool Trillion. And if the claims being made in it are valid, then we’ve got 2MILLION tons of gold rather than the base 10 number, 200K tons.

    At the end of the day, when you consider all of the fraud, its rooted in one concept – scarcity. I mean on the one hand it seems obvious down here in the dimensions we access, but when you turn off your access to simply these dimensions and turn into your higher ones, man o man…energy ain’t scarce, its beyond abundant, we’re mostly ignorant of how to tap it! (i say mostly, cuz we all know its out there, just not “public”) Scarcity is bull…its drives the price/profit meme and without that root, the system transmutes to its higher self.


  9. HAL838 on December 23, 2011 at 6:05 am

    The Vatican has ALWAYS been a major player
    and is, in fact, preparing to fill what ‘it’ sees as
    a coming major void.

    The Vatican is also about the $$$money$$$
    and its attendant POWER, both of which it has
    always had plenty of.

    The historic and $$$ valued ‘treasure’ housed within it
    and its ‘bank’ is historically and literally priceless.

    Religion, any and all of it, has always been a
    cover, a distraction, and Elite World Controllers
    have always used it for war, for srife; to rip apart families
    and countries and (yes) as the “opiate of
    the masses” whose faculties are dulled by it.

    You don’t have to learn anything or know anything;
    all you need is (unseen and totally blind)
    ‘faith’ no matter how little there is any
    sense to what you are supposed to believe, surely no matter
    even your five senses (or six as the case may be)
    or what those tell you.

    The Vatican has never changed from its medievil history
    and has remained that way with its torture and death
    mentality of its perceived enemies, except for the renaissance
    when such ‘tactics’ became unacceptable by those it
    had been thus controlled.

    My apologies ahead of time to any Catholics who are impressed
    by, and taken in by, its pomp and ceremony.

  10. Dashiell Cabasa on December 23, 2011 at 5:42 am

    all prep toward the return of the cousins?

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