Schwab “More Important Than Jesus Christ”

“The world has entered dark and stormy times, according to Pope Francis who says humanity must put its faith in World Economic Forum founder Klaus Schwab who is the man with the plan to restore nature to its position of primacy in the world order.

According to Pope Francis, Klaus Schwab has emerged as a “more important figure” than Jesus Christ in the current era because Jesus wants to save souls, and Schwab understands that we need less souls.

Pope Francis’ comments have caused a storm in the Vatican, but should we really be surprised by his support for Schwab’s Nazi-style eugenics program? As an Agenda Contributor at the WEF, Pope Francis is fluent in blasphemy and is actively working to subvert the church and Christianity in general.”

Per Pope Francis:  Lucifer is the father of Jesus Christ and the father of the Church.

This is who the Ecumenical Patriarch is hooking our wagon to.


Editor Note:  Update

People, for some reason, aren’t comfortable with the story I shared.  I expected this, but I could not have anticipated why.  

So I did some research and found out a couple of more things.  One, this phrase this is usually read by a cantor during the Pascal season.  Two, it’s unusual for the Pope to read it.   Three, the Pope hates Latin so why did he choose to use it on this occasion if not to get everyone to say, “AMEN.”    

Lucifer, the fallen angel, is sometimes called the “morning star” due to his great beauty.  Most Orthodox are familiar with this but what may surprise some is that Christ is also referred to as the morning star, although not nearly as often as Lucifer.   A whole study could be done just on just this alone.

There was a guy on FB who had an interesting take on this.  He said (paraphrasing), “. . . other than the Messiah of the Hebrews who is the true morning star, lucifer, the fallen angel, likewise claimed himself a morning star. Who is being referred to in the chant matters. Whose seeds are the Romans? The Romans are gentiles or serpent seeds, thus their lucifer is not the Messiah who shed His blood for His Hebrew people, but lucifer the fallen angel the father of Cain down to Esau a serpent seeds! 

I’ve read in several places that it is a reference to the King of Babylon, which is what I would call Klaus Schwab.

I do not think it’s out of context for Francis to say what he did nor do I think it doesn’t concern the Orthodox Church.  The Snodality meetings Patriarch Bartholomew attended just this week is preparation for unity between the two churches (including the Anglicans and Lutherans for political reasons) scheduled for April 20, 2525.  That’s only 18 months away.  And the intent is not just to join us all to the Catholic Church, but to join us to the globalist movement, where it will become “Christian” to cull the planet to usher in the great reset.  I stand firmly behind this being their motive and I think we NEED to talk about it because it’s already begun.     



  1. Antiochene Son says

    I’m no defender of Francis or the Latins, but factually Lucifer (Phosphoros) means Lightbearer or Morning Star. It refers to Christ, and occasionally Satan as well. To imply the service of the Paschal light shown in the video is referring to Satan would be a baptist tier misinterpretation.

    Psalm 109/110:3 is an example, and we sing this verse on Christmas. “ex utero, ante luciferum, genui te” from the womb, before the Morning Star, have I begotten thee.”

    It’s odd that this badly translated Latin is the only primary source shown in the video, and nothing for any of the other assertions.

  2. Pope Francis is trouble in all sorts of ways, but this is an out of context distortion of what he was attempting to communicate.

    There is no need for callumny to make points against him or anyone else we see as enemies of the Faith. The truth is sufficient for that. As a friend I would urge you to remove this post.

    • Is it that you think that it’s out of context because who would say such a thing or do you know it’s out of context?

      The story offers two pieces of evidence. I don’t speak Latin. Perhaps you do and what you’re telling me is that the newscaster is lying. Is that what you’re saying?

      Unless I have something concrete refuting the story, I would have no reason to pull it.

      Why don’t you email the news source if you feel so strongly about it at:

      • Gail,

        Respectfully (and I mean that), I don’t care about the news source, but I do care about the credibility of this site. See Antiochian Son’s comment above.

  3. Satire…

  4. Have you noticed that villains always have dental/periodontal disease? On the other hand, long in the tooth may be hopeful in terms of Francis’s age. I don’t mean to trivialize this info, but, I mean, I am almost at a loss for words. Sigh.

  5. This belongs here as well:

    I say keep on. The more they do stuff like this, the more obvious it gets for us faithful Orthodox what fruits are actually produced from Papism.

  6. When charging Francis with denying that it is impossible to have
    a direct, personal and immediate relationship with Christ,
    the People’s Voice chappie missed out the important qualifier:
    ‘outside of the communion and mediation of the Church’.

    As this pope is not often too clear in what he says
    we should careful of the clarity we attribute to him.

    • As Orthodox we’re also taught that all to be revealed has been revealed to the Church, which in turn reveals it to us. But a relationship with Christ within the context of what the Church teaches should be fine.

  7. A preview of what’s to come.

  8. Hilber Nelson says

    The heretical actions of Patriarch Bartholomew, Elpidophoros, and Pope Francis share the common aim of merging their flocks under the auspices and control of the globalist cabal. It falls to the faithful dissenters to call them out for what they are up to: apostasy, and to openly declare their dissent. Frankly, the silence screaming from our parishes amounts to the sin of consent. Our inaction only emboldens. No one has ever complied their way out of tyranny. Inaction is a ‘go along to get along’ strategy, like bio female athletes who keep competing with trans males and expecting fairness from their higher ups. One hopes that at some point they will stop pretending, speak up, and demand reform. One hopes we will too.

  9. Father Wilson says

    Google “Exsultet.” That is the title of the Easter Proclamation chanted at the Easter Vigil after the holy fire is lit. The video shows an Easter Vigil in Rome. What is being sung is the very last paragraph of the proclamation. If you use Google, go to a site, find the text and look at the last section you will see that there is no way to mistake the meaning. “Luciferum Matutinum” or Morning Star or Morning Light refers to Christ.

  10. This from Andrei Martyanov is pretty good. He is interviewing the author of a work “Why the West Can’t Win”, Dr. Fadi Lama. If you watch it all the way through, you should realize that Western “money power”, what in the East are called “oligarchs”, have structured “democracy” as a side show (like a Roman circus) to distract from the real power and control they exercise. His thesis, both in his stress of energy power being determinative to the health and independence of a state and also his ideas about the counterproductive nature of oligarchic financial hegemony as a means of governing (i.e., globalism), dovetails nicely with present Russian policy under Putin as well as that of the Chinese to some extent. There has to be a nationalist/traditionalist referee to ride herd on the “money power” because it has a mind of its own which does not act in the interests the people or the nation state.