The Pope Appeareth

The Pope Appeareth

by Jon Rappoport

September 20, 2015

(To read about Jon’s mega-collection, The Matrix Revealed, click here.)

“Religions and, yes, even certain ‘economic systems’ have preached poverty as the way to salvation, or at least a ‘more honest’ life. Poverty is promoted as a kind of test of faith. But the promoters always had cash in the bank. The catch is this: in order to reap the spiritual rewards, a poor person has to remain poor. Otherwise, how can he continue to know true glory? The modern version of this is: a victim is a victim forever. Otherwise, he might eliminate the need for ‘social justice’ and the con artists who peddle it. Don’t spend a few dollars cleaning up the contaminated water systems in Third World countries. Don’t give back good growing land that was stolen. Poverty and starvation are glamorous. They give rise to humanitarian ideologies that front for theft and destruction on a grand scale.” (The Underground, Jon Rappoport)

He’s here. The Pope. And his covert Jesuit message is: let’s get rid of separate nations, eliminate private profit for the middle class, and return to those glorious days of the Middle Ages; my Church flourishes under those conditions; we know how to deal with wall-to-wall misery; oh, and here’s the collection plate.

He’s part of the international gang that throws around the word “capitalism” as if it’s a mortal sin.

Making distinctions isn’t the Pope’s forte.

He ignores the differences between mega-corporations who align with governments (and his Church) to create a Globalist Order…and the untold numbers of small businesses owned by people who want to work for a living and earn a profit.

For the Pope, it’s all “capitalism.” Everything should be free—which, translated, means: almost everyone should be poor.

Migration of populations? No problem. It’s a good thing. After all, it helps, in the long run, to erase borders and nations and turn back the clock to more troubled times.

That’s the op, and the Pope is on board with it. He and Obama will get along well. Obama is in charge of making sure the inner-city communities he champions will stay poor and have ample targets to blame.

Obama never intended to create jobs in those inner cities and transform them. That was never on his agenda. He never intended to speak about how the jobs and the companies were lost there, as one Globalist trade deal after another sent work and factories overseas. Obama is touting new trade deals.

He and the Pope will give each other a nudge and a wink.

If these two have their way, the “settled science” on manmade warming will trigger global cuts in energy production (except for favored companies), thus creating even more horrific poverty among the Third World countries which are supposed to “benefit from the rational distribution of energy”).

These two men know how to use “humanitarian” utterances to front for their real goals. They know how to play that tune up and down the scale, instilling the proper amount of guilt along the way.

The Pope and the President will be popping champagne corks. It’ll be a party.

Obama: Your Holiness, I’m a rank amateur when it comes to psyops. You folks have been running cons for a couple of thousand years give or take. So any tips you can offer me…

Pope: Don’t kid a kidder, Barack. You’re doing a bang-up job. You started off with that messianic salvation utopia thing, and then you put it on the shelf and went for social justice, which is a biggie, because it diverts attention from the fact that most people just want jobs and enough money to survive—and of course that is never going to happen…

the matrix revealed

In his first comments to the press after election as Pope, Francis said: “This is what I want, a poor church for the poor.”

1.2 billion members, a separate nation (the Vatican), an estimated $170 billion in annual spending…sure, a poor church.

The “for the poor” part of the Pope’s quote is accurate. As in: a return to greater poverty. In such a world, the feudal lords will fill the collection plate.

There’s just one problem with the Vatican’s Globalist agenda. It doesn’t quite mesh with the mega-corporate view of Globalism. As fewer and fewer people around the world can afford to buy what the corporations are selling, a crack-up will occur. But for the Pope, those are petty details. He’s with the mega-corporations on the surface; but at a deeper level, the Vatican wants what it’s always wanted: chaos, poverty, and top-down control.

Jon Rappoport

The author of three explosive collections, THE MATRIX REVEALED, EXIT FROM THE MATRIX, and POWER OUTSIDE THE MATRIX, Jon was a candidate for a US Congressional seat in the 29th District of California. He maintains a consulting practice for private clients, the purpose of which is the expansion of personal creative power. Nominated for a Pulitzer Prize, he has worked as an investigative reporter for 30 years, writing articles on politics, medicine, and health for CBS Healthwatch, LA Weekly, Spin Magazine, Stern, and other newspapers and magazines in the US and Europe. Jon has delivered lectures and seminars on global politics, health, logic, and creative power to audiences around the world. You can sign up for his free NoMoreFakeNews emails here or his free OutsideTheRealityMachine emails here.

28 comments on “The Pope Appeareth

  1. middleway says:

    Should you find your allotment of bread and circuses, soma and energy credits insufficient compensation for your labor,… your place will be found under the bus.

  2. DC says:

    Great observations, Jon. Thanks.

  3. one says:

    Cato-Communist Bergoglio’s disapproval of “carbon exchange” and the corps,’ participation in saving the World from “Climate Change” is superficial. Deep inside he approves of it all, and so does the Catholic hierarchy. The Vatican is one of many arms of the Elite, and it plays it’s part accordingly.

    Leo Zagami, the con artist ( who pushes David Icke’s reptilians and aliens ), is a good source for some of the rot in the Holy See, but there are many others, including of course Malachi Martin.

    This “PAPA” is being given “star” status because he’s associated with the Third World, a miserable ( and predominantly Catholic ) portion of the World which needed guidance for the new phase we’re going into ( global tyranny ). This “glorious” institution kept mankind in a state of illiteracy and sub-human existence for roughly a thousand years; only clowns with no self-esteem could possibly take it seriously anyway.

  4. caduceusxx says:

    Hi Jon
    What is it that sends the faithful nuts? It’s not just the Catholics. I was reading on the net that there are around 40,000 variations of Christianity isms and schisms.
    As I was walking the dog the other day, a guy thrust a small booklet into my hand. I apologised for not looking up as I was picking up the dog poo. “What’s this I asked” and he started telling me about god. So, I said, “You want to give me sin, guilt and unworthiness, you want me to get on a bus with no wheels where no one ever makes it – that’s why I gave it up so long ago”. He said I was never a REAL believer, but he wanted me to think about god’s love.
    I asked him about Christianity’s problems with normal bodily functions like sex. I asked him about why the god of the Old Testament changes his personality when we get to the New Testament. Why he changes from a bloodthirsty killer to a lover of mankind.
    It’s a lie folks, it’s a confidence trick invented by a political Roman emperor to get us all under control.

  5. Michael Burns says:

    My Popey, My Popey

    Once there was a Popey who lived in a big house…in Italy.
    A Nazi paedophile lived in the house before Popey…sooo
    And get rid of all the spurs and whips and things,
    He cleaned and he cleaned…
    He decorated…and cleaned. He shovelled and painted, he gave all the clothing to the Salvation Army and required a tax deductible receipt.
    He spoke to his head cardinal.
    Popey said “How many of my priests like that we have altar boys?”
    Head Cardinal said “Sir…your holiness.. Vicar of Christ, my Popey my Popey…2% of 414,313 priests world-wide like that we have altar boys”
    And if we round that out to the lowest common denominator.
    We the Most Holy and Sacred Holy Roman Catholic Church of the Galaxy and Superlatively the Universe
    Have; 8,286 paedophiles priests working for us…and one Nazi…
    Popey said “That’s interesting, we have two fours and two threes and two ones in that big number you quoted. And the two fours are separated by a one, and the two threes are separated by a one. That seems like a sacred number, a special number.
    I think that the problem is that we have too many altar boys, so we need to change that. No more Altar boys, they’re causing a problem, from now on we will have Altar persons.
    I’m going to America!”
    And so popey eliminated the paedophile problem which was cause by too many altar boys and went to America to speak with his Muslim friend Barack.
    And Popey brings the world the news about ‘One’.

  6. From Québec says:

    Watch out, this is the Popama revolution!

  7. AJezik says:

    If I recall, the Vatican was infiltrated. If I recall correctly, the corruption is traced to the Khazar Empire. Apparently that war group had gone into many countries and began to tear down societies from the inside out. The Vatican fell victim to this assault. So in essence, your statement “deeper level, the Vatican wants what it’s always wanted: chaos, poverty, and top-down control” may not be the ‘Vatican’ as the people are lead to believe. My assessment to this would be there is a deeper root, and that is the controllers of the Vatican who are traced to the Khazar Empire. This group is also referred to as Zionist Jews (who are not real Jews, rather took on that ‘role’ and have manipulated and controlled nearly everything for a long time). They are also the Bankers. I would suggest that the real group who wishes to rule the world top down is the Rabbinical order. The ‘Vatican, and pope are just playing out this act to gain what it is they want and pull wool over the sheep’s eyes once again.

    • Henry says:

      I think that you, and everyone else, will find this to be interesting reading:
      Title can also be Googled: Kabbalah, Hermeticism and the Occult – Mathis, Miles Williams.

      It’s somewhat long, but it offers a “unique perspective” on how far back in time the Zionist bankers’ assault goes; how devious they really are, (way beyond what you thought). Let us know your opinion of it after reading.

    • Eileen Kuch says:

      Brilliantly put, A.J. … I couldn’t have said it better. Of course, the Vatican was infiltrated by the Khazar Mafia … which, btw, was formed after the dissolution of the Khazar Empire and the expulsion of the Khazars from that region. One of the first institutions these KM infiltrators successfully infiltrated was the Vatican … followed by some Eastern and Central European monarchies … through their banks.
      By the latter 18th Century, the KM had added a subsidiary … the Rothschild Banking Cartel … into the picture. The rest is history.

  8. fun with rhetorical questions says:

    When will the vatican sell off all the art treasures and give the money to the poor?
    How many migrants will they move into vatican city?

    • Deanna Johnston Clark says:

      Vatican II actually put all power except moral persuasion into the hands of the Bishops. Most people still imagine it’s the olde days when the Pope controlled everything, even kings. No…Vatican II, so sweet, so liberal…put the Catholic Bishops in charge. So look up your local diocesan palace and confront the incredibly powerful guy who lives there. He probably has a villa in the country or at the beach and plays a lot of golf. Good luck…he’ll probably talk you out of the pictures in your living room.

  9. Luke says:

    The U.N.’s climate-change czar, Christiana Figueres, stated “…we are setting ourselves the task of intentionally, within a defined period of time to change the economic development model that has been reigning for at least 150 years, since the industrial revolution.”

    In short, I am suggesting that we may well be watching a murder mystery unfold right before our eyes and in broad daylight: Capitalism and Free Enterprise may soon be pushing up daisies. An economic reset would undoubtedly feature Technocracy’s energy-based economic model with physical and private resources subverted into a global trust for the “global commons”.

  10. Gökmen says:

    “I love the pope, I love seeing him in his pope-Mobile, his three feet of bullet proof plexi-glass. That’s faith in action folks! You know he’s got God on his side.” -Bill Hicks

  11. stupefied ape says:

    Since this new pope has arrived, the Cervantes institute in Bulgaria has received tons of money and they broadcast non-stop an awful Latino music in a country which used to have a very rich musical tradition.

    The result is that more and more of the local youth are dumbed down as they culturally identify with Latinos, most of these Latinos, through Catholic teachings, are grand-father/mother at age 40.

    Bulgarians were Orthodox Christians and muslims molded by 40 years of communism which was not enough to erase their cultural heritage. Broadcasting bad music and the Spanish language in central Europe is rapidly bringing those once smart people to the level of poor Latin Americans.

    By the way, at a film festival for European students, the 10th Cilect Prize to be delivered next November, the winner is an English student who filmed a teenage Mexican girl with her baby unable to get the bus fare to go back home from her boyfriend cleaner of buses at a bus depot!

  12. Kimo says:

    Will “Francis” be visiting with THE KARDASHIAN KLAN?

  13. Eli says:

    Zionism is also in on this plot.

    • Another good post, Jon.

      Sorry, bit behind on my reading. This “working” lark isn’t fun!

      Yes, we are seeing realigned Rosicrucian Order mapped to Zionism. The war is over. Now it is about “subjecting” the people.

      Will they [the sheep] wake up?


  14. Defiant says:

    The Pope should stick to caring for people’s mortal souls (if you go in for such beliefs). He should leave politics to the politicians. All he’s doing is alienating non-Communists from the Church.

  15. bv says:

    I used to wonder why those already at the top of the pecking order spent billions every year promoting communism….it seemed counter productive. Finally I realized that it is a rich man’s system that only they will profit from. Destroy the middle class, take over their business, and force them to work at minimum wage. The 250,000 a year mark pushed by reds is nothing more than a way of destroying the upper middle class.

  16. Kevin Scott King says:

    Poverty is a direct result of wealth accumulation. The only way a small % of individuals become wealthy is by taking the output(and as much as possible) from many others, so then extreme accumulation creates extreme poverty. The Roman Catholic Church has a LONG history of wealth accumulation… it’s impoverished followers and converts just don’t realize that the RCC is the problem not the solution… the evils of organized religion.

    Western Europeans have sold their ‘version’ of history that they went forth and saved the ‘primitive’ world and blessed them with the riches. When in fact they pillaged and stole and created the poverty. The Natives of North America were not poor before the Europeans invaded. They did not have the same technology but they lived in healthy vibrant communities where there was little to no social stratification by wealth.

    • Deanna Johnston Clark says:

      There is one church that has done the indigenous people a lot of good. It is beloved by them and has a adorable saint…If you want a boost in joy and tenderness…go to youtube and look up the Russian orthodox churches in Alaska, read about St. Herman of Spruce Island.

      The Indians and Inuit (Eskimo) Christians speak for themselves. Lovely scenery too…

  17. farsight3 says:

    Does anybody know that Fidel Castro was Jesuit-educated and had a likewise commanding officer (Armando Llorente)? This man said about the Cuban “Communist” No.1 once: “Fidel Castro is a man of destiny. Behind him is the hand of God. He has a mission to fulfill and he will fulfill it against all obstacles.”

    Just read from:,9171,945242,00.html

    The 28. Superior General Pedro Arrupe stated in that interview from 1973: “And what makes you think we are not proud of Fidel Castro?”

  18. Terry Moore says:

    Jesuit who says aliens have souls is named director of Vatican Observatory at Mt. Graham near Tucson, Az. Catholic Herald, 18 sep. 2015. UK.
    Brother Guy Consolmagno says he would baptize an alien but ‘only if asked’.
    Mt. Graham Observatory houses the project device for the main telescope called: L.U.C.I.F.E.R. For further info I highly recommend Tom Horn’s book: EXO-Vaticanna.
    And, by the way, for all my unbeliever friends out there in the matrix, The Book written 2000 years ago by the apostle John is opening…The Revelation of Jesus Christ. Fasten your seat belts, satan has a lot planned.

  19. BDBinc says:

    The Climate Change inquisition.

    Obama, Putin and the Pope meet @UN.
    State and Church are out of the closet.

  20. Deanna Johnston Clark says:

    Has anyone heard His Holiness mention Jesus outloud…not in a ceremonial prayer for the camera…but FROM HIS HEART? I’ve known Catholics who love Jesus…they talk about Him like an old Baptist. But priests and Popes? Very worldly…and proud of being so. I was a close friend of a truly Christian priest. He was in a nursing home and nobody but me and one other came to see him. I learned other priests ridiculed him a lot…he wasn’t worldly. He hung out at the emergency rooms and even Walmart snack bar in case anyone needed him. Often they did, just to talk. He was an angel. and very rare. You see…talking about $$$ and power all the time is not a requirement for being a Priest…only a popular, celebrated one affecting populism.

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