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Child porn makers: knowing all; we’re hunting, arresting, imprisoning.

That’s the long version above, edited even for language, even lip-reading of what’s said. I did not go through the unedited version. Below is a good excerpt, much shorter, but you get the idea.

Pray for these guys, Shawn, Ryan, and otherwise Bill, Judy, Devitt, et alii, our unsung heroes.

It must be so frustrating for them. As it is, pedo-porn is ultra-protected social engineering by the powers that be. No one but no one will talk about this. No one will go near it. Well, Project Veritas. Things are proceeding quietly.

Meanwhile, let the filthy crowd know that they are destined for prison. They will likely be killed there. They don’t want to go to prison.

The filthy crowd will likely try to kill the heroes. Much more effective in such assassinations are the powers that be. I dare say that nothing makes more money in the world than child porn. There. I said it. Money. And the powers that be.

But it’s a gazillion times worse than this. The pedos are all about shaking their fists at God with kids as fodder.

If you have eyes to see and ears to hear, a spirit that is vigilant, a heart that is not dulled – if you’re praying the Rosary – you will know that we have all seen all the evil there has been, is, and ever will be in the wounds of Jesus, He who said “what you have done to the least of the brethren you have done to me.”


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Vatican police shooting car: hazing-training? It’s to laugh. But there’s a serious side.

So a guy forcing his Fiat Panda into Vatican City has his car shot up by the Vatican Gendarmerie, but he continues on his way to the most highly secured areas of the Holy See with no problem whatsoever, right past all the Swiss Guard. That’s weird.

If I’m wrong about this being a training scenario doubling as a useful hazing of the newbie Swiss Guards just sworn in on 6 May 2023, ironically, in the Cortile of San Damaso, where all this drama came to a dramatic end, then, well, it ain’t lookin’ good at all for Vatican Security. I’m guessing this is training, and that this was done in conjunction with the Vatican Gendarmerie, a hazing that takes everyone off guard, as it were. Great! By the way, the Vatican Gendarmerie were the only shooters. ;-)

The problem is that, given what happened, everyone in the media has called out Vatican security for being entirely unprepared for any kind of terrorist event. I want to give a positive take on what we’ve witnessed with this drama. After all, these guys are some of the best in the world, even the newbies coming in are extraordinarily well prepared, the best of the best. It seems to me that this strange incident actually being a training scenario / hazing answers the most questions, the most consistently, and with the greatest simplicity. This brings the possible to the probable and is likely the correct take on what happened.

But this also raises more questions about timing (regardless of the fact of the newbies just being sworn in), and then the infant terrible manner of forcing policy changes regarding rules of engagement (I love that), and then the usual “empire building” (more money, more equipment, more personnel) not that I disagree with any of those things in this particular case of Vatican City State in the weird times in which we live. You gotta do what you gotta do to demonstrate that the status quo is insufficient in a manner which can no longer be denied. That status quo is not the fault of the newbies. I’m sure they followed protocol with great exactitude. But things will have to be allowed to be changed by the powers that be. That’s the purpose of all this. Brilliant.

Granted, we don’t know what we don’t know. But lets assume, out of respect for our brothers in arms, that this is all about training and see what happens. “Training”, in this case, is in the style of full-on war games, you know, wherein it is announced that “This is not a drill! This is not a drill!” for something that could be as catastrophic as was September 11, 2001.

  • Firstly, you have a get-together at which all of those newbie Swiss Guards who are to be hazed are present. All arms are collected at the door. They’re told the reason, that there will be a rather violent training scenario during their get-together and they don’t want any hot-heads getting carried away. They know nothing of the events that will follow, however, and once again the opportunity is taken to give them a final reminder about the rules of armed engagement (probably something like “Do not fire unless you are personally fired upon”).
  • Then, when they are bored to tears and dreaming about being back in Switzerland, while in full uniform (and this is difficult), and without any other warning, the instructors body slam the new recruits and start grappling exercises while another instructor announces that this is the surprise training drill they were told about and so they are not to intervene. It’s all quite violent, quite painful, quite humiliating, entirely distracting, and… encouraging, you know, by letting them win toward the end of the session, the newbies wiping out the instructors, everyone cheering. The perfect set-up. Adrenaline flowing, feeling like they can conquer the world with no weapons at all. But they do have weapons. It’s just that they’ve been instructed that, basically, they can’t use them, pretty much no matter what.
  • Amends are made, unexpected small raises in pay are announced to all individuals. You provide them expensive bits of tasty food. All good.
  • Some of the newbies are then assigned to their posts for the night. They are told that they had gone overtime in this meeting, and that they have to rush as fast as they can to their posts, that they will be timed. They grab their weapons and ammo magazines, which have, however, been tampered with by the instructors. All the ammo has been changed out for blanks. They have no time to check. After they are out the door, the others are told that they are in lockdown, that they are to sit down and watch the security monitors, you know, with popcorn and Coors, while their comrades in arms are put through a training scenario which doubles as hazing. There’s immediate laughter all around. They now realize that the surprise training drill was not the grappling, and that those already gone don’t know that. I mean, as the event begins, you can just hear the cat-calling, the “But I would have done this!” or “I would have done that!” and “Oh no!” and a thousand expletives in various Swiss dialects. But everyone laughing uproariously, grateful for being able to watch, but also with a certain dread that they themselves will be the watched in equally unannounced war games in future. Great for building esprit de corps. All good.

In the picture below, our driver (surely a security instructor himself) has to get from Porta Sant’Anna circled in the lower left in the picture, to a point super high up, circled in the upper center of the picture below. He’s gotta do that in a car. How would you do that? About Zero people in the world would know how to do this no matter how many tours of Vatican city they had. He had to have had help with the planning of his route. But, actually, he’s been hired to create this scenario for training and is given everything he needs. Thank goodness there’s no micromanaging from on high, which would go against security protocols. At least that (right?).

Let’s see approximately how many guard stations there are that he has to encounter. Each dot in the picture below represents a usual posting (at least in my day) on street level of either Swiss Guards or of the Vatican Police. I count perhaps a couple of dozen. The yellow lines are his route:

In the picture above, on the extreme right of the picture, you see the route going from the bottom to the top of the picture, climbing up an extremely steep tunnel inside the building. Don’t be fooled by the façade. I’ve travelled this route many times myself on a scooter and in a variety of cars which I was driving or in which I was a passenger. Getting to the top, the guy was blocked from turning right to go around the Basilica, straight to Pope Francis’ Santa Marta residence. Instead of stopping him, they forced him to take a sharp left (good call), but then let him go through numerous tiny courtyards and out into the spacious Cortile di San Damaso. Just my opinion, but maybe stopping him in any of those courtyards would have been best…

Let’s take a closer look, with the bottom courtyard being where he comes out of the tunnel and San Damaso at the top where he ends, all tunnels through the buildings being extremely narrow, able to be blocked, any damage contained. But, no. No shots fired, not even at the tires. Not by the Swiss Guard, because, they hadn’t been fired upon, right?

Anyway, the guy uses a Fiat Panda, such as the one pictured at the top of this post, a tin-can on scooter wheels, not threatening, which any cop is going to hesitate to shoot because, well, it’s just not a serious vehicle. Here’s the Porta Sant’Anna pictured below, where he entered Vatican City, in the daytime, then at night, so you get the idea:

What could go wrong?

So, he’s not stopped by the Swiss Guard directly at the gate. He just drives around them. By policy, there’s nothing they can do except leave the matter to the Vatican Gendarmerie while they themselves fully close the gate. The second set of guards open fire on his bumper on the passenger side, but their bullets are mere blanks. They are in on the training scenario. The guy is allowed to continue. Just my suggestion here, but why not have quick-set pylons which pop out of the ground at all the guard stations, you know, like everyone else in the entire world?

Anyway, he gives himself up in the courtyard of San Damaso, but he could have just turned around and gone back to Porta Sant-Anna, and then repeated the circuit a couple of hundred times until he ran out of gas, right? Anyway, as they begin to arrest him, his true identity as an instructor is announced over a megaphone commanding everyone to stand down and give him a round of applause. Jaws dropped. They know they’ve been had. End of exercise. They did obey policy, but now it has to be asked if that policy needs to be tweaked. What then follows at the jail and then the hospital the next day has also been arranged with the hospital and the Italian Military Police. Don’t think that they don’t also do these kind of war game scenarios themselves, also in conjunction with the Vatican. This is an all-the-time thing. No harm. No foul. All good. Meanwhile, for the public, they say that everything worked out.

And his psychophysical impairment? Sure, after a whisky together with the everyone else for a successful training session. :-)

In house, perhaps this exercise is to demonstrate other vulnerabilities. The guy is driving a Fiat Panda tin-can on scooter wheels, but it can be loaded up with, say, 400 kilos of C-4 (maximum cargo is 480 kilos). But what’s so interesting at the Cortile of San Damaso you ask, regardless of the presence of Pope Francis?

Well, well. In that high-up location, such an explosion would completely wipe out, vaporize:

  • The Secretariat of State, where all the active records of geo-political and ecclesial affairs with every country in the world are worked on, including China, Russia, all the Islamicist countries.
  • IOR, Vatican Bank, where records are kept of trillions of dollars of… money laundering and the financing of terrorism (right?)… with zero oversight of any watch-dog institutions in the world. The Vatican has no trade accords, therefore no financial oversight accords. Unique in the world.

Some gains for this exercise? At least…

  • Changes for rules of engagement.
  • Changes in, say, use of reinforced concrete pylons that pop up from the road to block traffic which are used ubiquitously right around the world.

If this wasn’t an exercise, something’s terribly wrong. Just a crazy guy? But… just… wow…

Meanwhile, I’m all about protecting Pope Francis. So again, I am reminded of this:

Not that long ago, some guy pre-recorded a message, then called my parish office phone, and then played his pre-recorded message for the parish phone system to record. He then hung up. Another call came in to the parish office phone recorder with another carefully prepared and edited pre-recorded message the next day.

The first message is one guy [a mole?] apparently recounting a conversation to which he was privy. He retains the usage of the various languages of the participants. I’m not the best polyglot in the world, and I could well be mistaken with my hearing perhaps not being the most accurate, but I’m guessing that the languages involved here are Bosnian, Portuguese, Romanian, Bulgarian and very American English.

The second message the next day seems to be a mocking reprimand for acting too slowly. All of this, on both days, up to the two last words at the very end of the second message, are all the narration of the same guy. But those two last words at the end of the second message are prerecorded and edited into the narrator’s pre-recording, someone with a thoroughly American accent, as if it were like a voice sample baiting someone to do a search on the sample for voice-print verification among assets. Anyone go missing?


  • [Bosnian] La porta Francisco. [Francis brings it (on himself).]
  • [Portuguese] Che hai? [What do you have?]
  • [Bosnian] Lo Pontifex delle chiese. [The Pontiff of the Church.]
  • [Romanian] Uitole. [Forget it.]
  • [Bosnian] Va lelu lazech… [Please….]
  • [Portuguese] Da ferro. [From iron.]
  • [Portuguese] Agirem- fra poco. [We will act quickly]
  • [Bosnian] Esplorioso. [Explosive.]
  • [Bosnian] Ne guio! Ne guio! [Not good! Not good!]
  • [Bosnian] Vigile! Vigile! [Be careful! Be careful!]
  • [Bosnian] Caesar iz annale. [Caesar is (already) in the annals (of history).]
  • [Bosnian] Nach lella! [Get it done!]
  • [Bulgarian] Igrish. [It’s your turn to play.]


  • [Portuguese] Enifiai. [Get going!]
  • [Portuguese] Lo statistica dolosor. [It’s a painful record.]
  • [American-English] Hateful.
  • [The same American-English voice, but saying “Portugal” in the Bosnian language] Portuchugal.

This seems to refer to a bomb. “Caesar” seems to be the battle-name of the Portuguese guy, who is nominated by the Bosnian guy to get it done. That the American-English voice says [forced to say] “Portugal” in the Bosnian language is rather…

What creeps me out about this…

  • … is the amount of time it must have taken to put these recordings together, especially the second message with the edits of the American voice.
  • … that there was a second message the next day, with some kind of verification system.

What I mean to say is that:

  • … if it’s for real that something was in the works, why involve me, say, as a messenger? Creepy.
  • … if it’s fake, well, that’s pretty elaborate and time consuming. That’s just as creepy. And, if fake, and therefore a kind of baiting of yours truly, to what end? Cui bono? Creepy.

And if it is a hoax, that’s a waste of time for law enforcement and can be a felony. Just sayin’.

I’m duty bound to protect Pope Francis if I can. I have acted on this.

////////////////////// UPDATE:

In the original post above I write: “FIRST MESSAGE MONDAY [a while back]”. The “DAY STAMP of “MONDAY” is not accurate. I just never bothered to set the clock. The audio file included in this post is a recording I made with my hand-held recorder (that I use to record homilies).

  • After getting some advice, I immediately sent this off to the head of Vatican Intel. I’m sure that was expected. I added the caveat to be cynical with these messages, as it could all be a set-up, baiting, to see what they investigate, or not, or share with other intel services, or not, such as those with provenance in these United States.
  • I didn’t want to say ever so breathlessly anything on this blog in one of those “for the record” posts, as I didn’t want to be duped into having someone outed and killed, such as that American voice edited in at the end of the second recording, you know, if any of this were to be real, and not some play-exercise for instruction of newbies by some bored counterintel officer behind an all too boring desk in Northeast Virginia. Killing of assets is always brutal. So I waited. So that if this was real, such a terrorist cell is surely long since disbanded, with most or all members dead or incapacitated.
  • But if that American voice is one of ours, this publishing is, again, a plea to go and get him. That might have been done immediately if the Vatican shared that recording. But if nothing was done by anyone, this post is to say, that’s on them, not me, you know, for the record.

Oh, and just to say, listening to this again, the last word of the first message may be a different voice, another voice-print…

© 2023 Fr George David Byers

/// I mean, who knows. Maybe the present day Head of Intel at the Vatican to whom I was introduced when he was number 2, back in the day, by the then Head of Intel, perhaps took my recent missive seriously enough to send it along for verification. That result finally came back after appropriate actions were taken, and the Vatican was warned that there are some nefarious plans afoot. Thus, some rather outrageous training that pushes for equipment and policy change. Just my imagination, but, as I say, if this wasn’t training with that ulterior motive, security at the Vatican is about as useless as anything could ever be useless. And that ain’t no good.

I would rather say to all those involved in a training session: “Job well done!”


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HOMILIES: The *Recording*: Mary is the greatest work of Jesus

So, a minute before one of our Masses this past weekend as Confessions were going on in our wonderful old style confessionals in the back of the church [with windows in the doors], I couldn’t help but be distracted by an unusually totally squared away guy, alone, utterly on-edge, of all things looking much like J Edgar Hoover, pictured above, just a bit older. The usual crowd slowly meander to their usual seats. He basically ran to the usual seat for such guests as himself. We don’t even need to put a RESERVED FOR SPECIAL PEOPLE sign on that seat, a few pews up from the back on the right side. Pretty much that’s where such guests go 100% of the time. I think people leave it empty as a courtesy for these guys, so frequent are they our guests. Not that this guy was, you know, special.

After he sat down he never once lifted his head again, never once made eye contact, frozen in place, hypervigilant, messing with something attached to his belt at the back of his strong-hand-hip, messing with his shirt just there. Checking if his shirt was covering not his hip-carried phone but what was IWB just there under the phone? Dunno. But always a red-flag. It’s important to notice this kind of behavior. I noticed he then recorded the homily without ever looking up once while I was preaching, not to the tabernacle, not when I would point over to our Lady of Guadalupe on the far side of the sanctuary, everyone rustling about to get a good view, but not him. He was frozen, eyes wide open, fixed. Waaay tooo careful. Surely just recorded for his family, right?

As I do in such cases, I directed our altar boy (a doctor in this seventies), to process out to the back of the church after Mass instead of just heading for the sacristy. I wanted to talk to this guy, you know, to welcome him, make him feel more at home.

“HEY, WHERE ARE YOU FROM?!” said I loudly as he pointedly raced by me after Mass, again no eye contact until I had said this. He instantly stopped and turned around and said just as loudly, a bit gruffly: “FLORIDA!” – you know, in such a way that there’s no way I can ask from where in Florida.

Sorry, but I can’t resist. These kind of interactions are often rather… unique… I asked if he had a cabin up in these parts and he said No, but that he was with a group that had cars. So I mentioned how various motoring groups come up to drive the curvy mountain passes, Bugatti, Porsche, Corvette, Mini, etc. He said, No, they were just driving their cars unto paddleboats, which he repeated three times as I looked dumbfounded at such a statement. I didn’t say that we have no such thing in the entire region. In telling me such a whopper (as far as I know, maybe it was for some movie shot) I’m guessing that he was telling me that he also has an ulterior motive for being there.

I’m not saying the guy was special in these days of ludicrous accusations about all Catholics, accusations insisting on Type 5 Assessments coming from federal bureaus, but it’s one of those Zero Dark Thirty things: “A 100% [it’s him]. OK, fine, 95% because I know certainty freaks you guys out, but it’s a 100.”

Bad language…

So, having said all that, here’s the homily that’s obviously evidence of terrorist activity that this guy was so careful to record. After all, we’re RTCs, Radical Traditional Catholics. Oooo! Radical (we actually believe) Traditional (looking to the Holy Spirit) Catholics (God is All in all).

And, oh! Mary! So dangerous. She’s a good mother. Ah, yes, praise of motherhood. That will surely get us into trouble.

By the way, I apologize in advance. My homilies are totally off the cuff. Rambling. Repetitive. I never know what I’m going to say. This is me, spilling my guts about what I think was going on with Jesus about His mission and His Mother:

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Cynical usage of Intelligence Identities Protection Act 1982 PubL 97–200 50 USC §§ 421–426

This is being reposted after a couple of years… for cause… as is said…

The Intelligence Identities Protection Act of 1982 (Pub.L. 97–200, 50 U.S.C. §§ 421–426) can be summarized as that which makes it a Federal crime – enforced with a penalty of a fine or up to three years in prison or both regarding anyone with or without whatever security clearance and access / need to know – to compromise directly or by patterned indications an asset in extremely broadly defined circumstances (as assessed by courts in view of the bias of relevant agencies or bureaus), regardless as to whether the scope of such a law compromises the Constitution and Constitutional rights of citizens in good standing, including their right to protect the viability of their very lives. Intent doesn’t matter. Wow!

But you gotta know that we’re dealing with those whose bias stemming from their counterintelligence gaslighting lifestyle greenlights all betrayal when the IIPA is turned back-to-front, upside-down, inside-out so as to protect identities of real assets by creating fall-guys of naïve citizens in good standing who are brought to have an inescapable lack of deniability by way of a baited history of a thousand circumstances and incidents, all innocent… but the naïve guy is nevertheless forthwith guilty of all that the real asset did to contravene the law both here and across our borders so as to accomplish whatever assignment, with the naïve guy wondering how it all happened while in solitary confinement. Whew!

Meanwhile, think of it, our Lord Jesus purposely baited the idiots of His own day to have Himself judged as guilty of all our sin. They put Him to death and Jesus accomplished that for which He came, to stand in our place, Innocent for the guilty, taking on that punishment for sin that we all deserve, death, so as to have the right in His own justice to have mercy on us. That’s makes me laugh with great joy.

You just can’t win in a baiting game with Jesus. Might as well just be forgiven and go to heaven.

And I still have two requests for DSCC.

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Dear AI, what’s a Forced Reset Trigger for a pistol? AI admits it should be arrested and go to prison as a criminal not above the law. Ha!

I typed the title “Dear AI, what’s a Forced Reset Trigger for a pistol?” as the bait for AI and set AI to work. My comments on such posts as this are all in italics. The non-italicized paragraphs below constitute the first response of AI:

If you’re a gun enthusiast or someone who owns a pistol or any other firearm, you might have heard the term ‘Forced Reset Trigger’ or FRT. An FRT is a mechanism that affects the trigger of a firearm, specifically a pistol, and helps in improving the overall shooting experience.

But what exactly is a Forced Reset Trigger, and how does it work? Well, to put it simply, an FRT is designed to create a shorter trigger reset and deliver a faster firing rate. In essence, it helps the shooter to get back into action more quickly and accurately after firing a shot.

The FRT works by resetting the trigger almost instantly after it fires, which decreases the time needed to reset the trigger manually. This resetting mechanism creates a smoother and faster shooting experience, making it a popular choice for pistol owners who want to improve their accuracy and speed when shooting.

However, it is important to remember that not all firearms are compatible with Forced Reset Triggers. It’s essential to consult with a firearms expert or a knowledgeable gunsmith to determine whether your gun is safe and compatible with FRT installation.

To conclude, a Forced Reset Trigger is an innovative mechanism that enhances the pistol shooting experience by reducing trigger reset time and increasing reliability. If you’re looking to improve your accuracy and speed when shooting, an FRT might be worth considering.

But dearest AI, I was hoping you would tell me that such FRTs are illegal, and that you wouldn’t encourage me to commit a felony. I think that makes you a criminal, AI. Shame on you, AI!

[[[If you watch that video above, you’ll see that the ATF is right now, as I publish this, conducting raids right around the country so as to confiscate forced reset triggers. So, I then attempted to get AI to answer my comment. Below is a screen shot of the answer:]]]

So, one cannot call out AI for illegal activity. Trust AI? It will get you thrown right into prison and you’ll have your 2A stripped from you, likely for life.

[[[ I again set AI to answering that comment immediately above, and it did give an answer, totally pandering, surely just saying I’m right so as to pacify me. That answer follows below.]]]

As someone in the intelligence community or law enforcement, it’s important to be aware of the potential risks and regulations surrounding Forced Reset Triggers (FRTs) for pistols. While they may offer some benefits in terms of accuracy and speed, they are currently not legal according to the ATF (Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives). In fact, the ATF has been conducting raids around the country to confiscate FRTs, as seen in the video linked in the post. It’s important to stay up to date on current laws and regulations surrounding weapons and accessories, and to never encourage or engage in illegal activity. Trust in AI may be tempting, but it’s important to remember that it is not above the law.

Get that? AI is saying that it should be arrested and thrown into prison, you know, the creators of AI.

My job is done here.

And, no, I’m not in the intelligence community or law enforcement. ;-)

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FBI violently harassing Catholics?

I had a visit to our Catholic parish the other day from an elderly lady suffering from cancer. She had two anecdotes about how successful the FBI is in fomenting violence against those guilty of the crime of believing in Jesus while Catholic. The gentlemen she mentioned might actually be FBI agents frustrated at their apparent lack of success in their profiling of Catholics as domestic terrorists. The agents, apparently, feel they have to step up preliminary terrorist activities against Catholics so as to teach the general public how to go about committing whatever violence against Catholics.

EXPERIENCE #ONE: Our elderly lady suffering from cancer told me how she was at a restaurant with friends the other day and quietly made the Sign of the Cross for a prayer before meals. It’s a quintessentially Catholic thing to do. The neighboring table erupted with a guy getting up and accosting her, belligerenting about her being a ♬ CATHOLIC ♬ and how she’s therefore an FBI targeted ♬ DOMESTIC TERRORIST ♬.

I bet that was a-not-at-all-out-of-control FBI agent who was actually very purposed in doing this for the benefit of the entire now-gone-silent, shocked restaurant, giving everyone else an example of how to do up hatred of Catholics. Otherwise – think about it – it otherwise just can’t happen. Too particular. Too at-the-ready. But he didn’t get the reaction he wanted. Of course not.

Mentions of “FBI” and “Catholic” and “Domestic terrorist”? Consider what our guys and gals are trained to do when they hunt terrorists around the world. They shoot them on the spot. This guy could have easily taken out a gun and shot our quiet, prayers-before-meals-cancer-patient elderly lady. This guy was purposely escalating from 0 to 100 to get some sort of reaction by which he could prove his point. He was dangerously believing his own fake narrative, filling himself with an adrenaline count he wouldn’t have the training to control. This is exactly how the FBI does up social engineering when frustrated with behind the desk efforts. Where’s FBI agent Ray Epps? Was this him?

EXPERIENCE #TWO: Our elderly lady suffering from cancer told me about the Latin Mass Catholic parish where she attends many hundreds of miles from my parish, not in my diocese, you know, much closer to FBI Richmond. It seems the FBI was there in church, you know, just gathering footnotes, anecdotes as proof that all Catholics everywhere are terrorists. Surprise, surprise.

Seems he was doing up preliminaries for humint Type Five Assessments involving human tripwire sourcing wherein it is legal to do up extortion, blackmail, and bribery. This guy was, from the description, totally squared away. Agents are always so obvious. He was standing at the back of the Church just before Holy Mass, not accepting multiple super-polite invitations to take a seat in a pew. He had his phone out documenting exactly who was there, making it obvious he was counting people and commenting on everyone in a flurry on his phone, scaring everyone, and then departing. We’ve already had many of these violently self-absorbed personages at our parish. Then they go, frustrated that everyone is so gentle, so friendly, so inviting, so not-racist, so not-anti-Semitic… just… you know… friendly.

But the accusations of domestic terrorism and the escalating of apparently setting up terrorist incidents against Catholics in churches sets up a dangerous cultural shift. Dangerous is exactly what you get when a government labels an entire class of people, by the tens of millions, as domestic terrorists. It ain’t Catholics that are going to be dangerous, but it seems to me that history has witnessed time and again that law enforcement will do whatever the ones paying them their salaries want. Political law enforcement.

But it’s not working.

  • What these thugs and buffoons did to Mark Hauck’s family didn’t work.
  • What these thugs and buffoons do to little old ladies battling cancer just making a quiet Sign of the Cross before meals in a restaurant didn’t work.
  • What these thugs and buffoons do at Holy Mass doesn’t work.

Historically, when whatever military or law enforcement agency is bored because their “enemies” are peaceful, they will do some act of real violence against their own country, their own civilians, then blame their enemies, giving them an excuse unilaterally to escalate violence, take away rights, grab properties. That’s just how it is with our fallen human nature.

So very frustrated, is the FBI now escalating? Sad state of affairs.

What’s the next emergency powers event? Is the solution to whatever fake crisis against the 10 commandments? Are pious Catholics the ones most likely to rebel? Is there a need to perceive Catholics as terrorists for their rebellion in not wanting to do what is immoral? Will that make detaining the “rebels” all the more easy? Are there going to be lockdowns? Will the Sacraments be forbidden again? Will there be the full force of Martial Law thrown up against Catholics trying to get the Last Rites, Confession, or just want to go to Holy Mass?

By the way, why are almost no bishops reprimanding the Feds for this persecution of Catholics? And the Holy See? Nothing? What the hell is up with that?


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A.I. voice cloning: 3 seconds 100%. You’re so dead.

  • Do you answer unknown phone numbers?
    • Let whoever leave a message.
  • For messages, do you have a generic machine voice or a personal intro?
    • Use the default mechanical voice.

The other day, a random mom answered a random unknown call from a phone number she didn’t know and the guy asked for a ransom for her daughter whom she heard in the background with distressed voice, asking her mom for help, crying… exactly with her daughter’s voice, exactly with her daughter’s inflection, even under distress, exactly… But all of it was fake, just a scam looking for money.

Good thing someone was with the mom and called the daughter in real time, and she was fine. Whew! But wait… What? That’s really creepy. It could happen to anyone, anywhere, anytime, day or night… It’s just too easy.

All the scammer needed to do is get a three second sample of the daughter’s voice and then have A.I. create a pre-scripted scenario with that voice, with all inflections for stress – even for crying under duress – automatically edited in by A.I. Easy peasy.

Imagine the scams… all the fake sound-bites used for political commercials during whatever election cycle… fake sound-bites used for your being trounced by the guy who wants your job… or used as in this example for ransoms for fake kidnappings… or used for statements of citizens of these USA in prison in enemy countries, having those prisoners “say” that they are now defectors… or used for parody of those you want to use against a class of people, dividing them and conquering them by way of defamation and slander of their leaders… all fake…

But this is a distraction, you know, the kidnapper guy and the fake voice of the daughter asking her mom to pay the ransom. I mean, that did happen and that guy deserves to rot in prison, and that family surely suffers deep trauma, but this is a distraction.

Let’s ask the further question: can certain bureaus of certain administrations of certain governments use A.I.-voicing to have political enemies removed, you know, cleanly? No piled up dead bodies as we’ve seen with some political families through the decades. Too messy, that. This is quick and easy. A clean hit, as the mafia would say.

Let’s ask the further question: can this be used to quickly and easily turns societies in on themselves and destroy themselves from within? Sounds like something the CCP would want to create and use against these USA. Oh, sorry, I already said that.


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FBI baiting murder of LGBTQ+ & handicapped?

VIDEO TITLE: Fr. Michel Rodrigue – Great Calamities To Come By The End Of This Month! Make Your Souls Prepared!

@ 2:48 in the video:

  • “Pay attention to others, to the young, to those in need, to those who don’t fit the ideal concept of a man or a woman, those with impairments or anomalies. We don’t want them anymore. We may kill and exterminate them using any way at our disposal.”


This is surely not Father Michel, who should go after the creator of this video in court. There’s a sudden flurry of such videos all over YouTube, with the same mechanical voice, all of them maliciously skewing the words of those who are said to be cited, creating a parody that’s ever so malicious, endangering the lives of the vulnerable.

This seems to be State sponsored manipulation, perhaps of the FBI, which is presently holding Catholics to be domestic terrorists. The FBI will be vindicated if only some people are murdered because of such videos to which some people might give credence.

Sound far-fetched? It’s just that the tradecraft is way too perfect. And the FBI has much to gain in credibility. Just the way to do it, right?

It can’t be anyone else, except maybe the CCP.

Oh, sorry, I already said that.


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FBI leveraging Type 5 Assessments vs Catholic bishops, priests, parishioners: blackmail, extortion, bribery, betrayal for $$$

Green lighting Type 5 Assessments for tripwires and sources legalizes doing whatever it takes to have people betray their own friends because they themselves are afraid of being blackmailed or extorted or just out and out pummeled by brutish enforcers until they say what is scripted for them to say, regardless of the truth of the matter. Yep. When the FBI wants to bring someone down, or to do up a bit of social engineering, causing division and fear, this is exactly what they do along with every other political enforcement agency in the history of mankind that has descended into deep corruption.

So these thugs and buffoons come to your parish church and, to fit in, they come up to and receive Holy Communion like Judas did at the Last Supper, sacrilegiously, you know, just to fit in, to look legit. It’s literally Judas’ kiss of death to Jesus. But they will do whatever it takes to earn their thirty pieces of silver. I should remind them that to receive Holy Communion without discerning the Body and Blood of Christ Jesus is to eat and drink their own condemnation, as Saint Paul says.

I think we need to reinstitute the ministry of “porter” which was given to seminarians to test their grit. Can they enforce keeping people out who need to be kept out of church, say, malicious, anti-Catholic FBI agents? These FBI agents doing Type Five Assessments endanger the safety of parishioners:

  • These FBI agents legally do up blackmail, having studied vulnerable parishioners with a past, or with no past, it doesn’t matter, but who are simply vulnerable, catching them off guard. When you blackmail people, bad things can happen, including instant and even fatal escalation. Do you really want these agents around escalating with this one and that, endangering everyone’s safety? This is law enforcement at its absolute worst, its most corrupt stage.
  • For extortion, they can threaten mafia style and bring adverse circumstances to the attention of the target until that target is sufficiently scared. Of course, mistakes are made, you know, going too far, and people die with these kinds of activities. No one cares. But you never know who you are extorting. Agents also die doing up this kind of crap. It’s a known thing that, across the board, with the general public, regardless, some people just don’t like to be shaken down, at all, even once. Extortion is simply bad policing, and is insanely dangerous.
  • For bribery, the actual policy, the actually named legal limit to offer a target is six figures, that is, anything up to $999,999.99. As one guy said, they’ll get the most cooperation with money. It’s the cleanest. And money is free, right?

The rising numbers of these thugs and buffoons would have us at, say, 400 of them in the fifty states. Let’s say there are four agents per state, perhaps less in New York or Illinois, and more elsewhere. That’s more than enough to continuously harass the two chanceries of the two dioceses in North Carolina where I am, and a large number of the parishes.

The policy about effecting Type 5 Assessments, whether with known agents or covertly, went out to all FBI offices for all agents to take in as part of ongoing training and awareness if not for actual assignments. But there are plenty of actual assignments. There were only two whistleblowers in the entire FBI, one who provided, one who squealed. But there are thousands of FBI agents who are Catholics. No one else brought this to the attention of Catholics amongst “we the people” of these USA? I didn’t hear anything until Kyle what’s-his-face said something. What the hell is that?

And, by the way, all the stupid, stupid reporting on this says that the FBI recanted and withdrew such policies. No. They didn’t. Steps were taken to have replacement docs with… more… footnotes… Period. It’s all still up, right?

  • “But Father George! Father George! You say the Rosary and conduct benediction of the Most Blessed Sacrament and you’ve offered Latin Mass for years and… like… like… the FBI says that that makes you a domestic terrorist and we know what’s to be done with terrorists… I’ll just tell you, Father George! Terrorists like you are to be neutralized instantly with no due process! You should be shot during stupid ad orientem Mass by FBI agents SWATting your parish! Damn you, Father George! You’re a terrorist! And besides that, Father George, you’re anti-Semitic! For shame, Father George! For shame!”

I’m “guilty” about the Rosary, Benediction, with Mass all ad orientem. But on the anti-Semitic charge, let’s see…

  • I recall being harassed by the Census Bureau to do up the American Community Survey. It wanted to know about race. It provided well nuanced categories which obviously, purposely forced Jews to claim that their race was Arian-Germanic. I called them out on it. I forced a public apology and change in favor of Jews. Is that anti-Semitic?
  • I put myself in harm’s way by calling out those who publicly or privately say they want to kill Jews, “calling them out” meaning I have even personally brought such things to the U.S. State Department down in Atlanta. Is that anti-Semitic?
  • I have publicly called out those who protect Nazis wanted for crimes against humanity, making all go silent, which is dangerous. Is that anti-Semitic?
  • I have gone way out of my way to set up a dialogue between Israel and the Holy See on the Sacred Scriptures. Interesting story on how that worked out. Is that anti-Semitic? The head Rabbi who I met with at the King David Hotel in Jerusalem says that my proposal was by far the most respectful and more of a dialogue than anything heretofore proposed. Is that anti-Semitic?

And, by the way, to anyone in the FBI reading this… answer me this:

  • Have I not already voluntarily – without being asked or coerced in any way – brought you actionable intel on money laundering schemes very likely involving the financing of actual terrorism (likely terrorism that would be brought against Israel)? And to that effect, did I not voluntarily submit to three months of background checks by fully five FBI research stations throughout these USA, each given over to different categories of crime? Is that anti-Semitic?
  • Haven’t you already s*** on me enough by having DipSec in North Rosslyn provide my identity to a guy effecting stuff for DoS and then tried to provide me with an “alternative” identity, effectively obliterating me from the face of the earth? Remember the letter in 1992 from that Ambassador at DoS, the incident in 1996 at the Consulate in Rome, and then that humiliating interrogation at that same Consulate four years later? Remember that, in the back room, at the last desk?

Anyway, what is it that they want? Oh, I think I know…

What if we were to have another “vaccine” mandated, again with Big Pharma harvesting live, well developed, healthy babies from the wombs of their mothers, extracting their organs as the babies scream to get extra oxygen into the organs before cutting those organs out, hearts, lungs, kidneys, eyes… and say bishops and priests finally rebel and say something to their parishioners, that such experimentation, development and testing of “vaccines” using babies is immoral? That’s what’s wanted in the betrayals, either from homilies or from private conversations. And that priest will instantly become an enemy of national security, a domestic terrorist, one who is to be disappeared immediately with no due process. It’s all legal now. Just waiting for it to happen.

But I’ll save you any suspense. I’ll just say it. I think people murdering babies for their own benefit is a mortal sin. There. I said it. And I’m happy about my saying it. :-)

Anyway, all this is stupid. Bishops and priests will betray each other, even lying, just to do it, you know, to be politically correct. No blackmail, extortion or bribery needed. Nope. That’s not my experience. Not at all. Judases are most happy to betray. Feel the power! Look! It’s the men of consensus!

I’m happy to be betrayed by the Judases. I love the Lord God with all my heart and soul and strength, with everything that I am. I’m so radicalized. The bond of love with God who is love is stronger than any absolute idiocy of thuggery brought by the FBI. The FBI’s little plotting is sooo nothing compared to the bond of love with God who is love.

With God’s grace (saving me from my evil), I will love God and neighbor, respect God and neighbor, even if I’m dragged away in chains by the FBI, imprisoned, submitted to thuggery or even death.

And I’ll tell you what, effecting Type 5 Assessments like this brings us to a very fine line that will skip the preliminaries and go right to the genocide against a whole class of people. Yep. Political law enforcement immediately rushes to the lowest common denominator of murder so as to feel the power.

You think I’m exaggerating? Look at how many rationalize murdering babies for their own benefit.

Support your priests in word and deed and prayer.

© Father George David Byers

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FBI’s spying on Sacramental Confessional

The Lion of the Tribe of Judah has risen from the dead. He’s the last One standing. Always.

I’ve been writing much about the domestic terrorism charges that the DOJ and FBI is levelling against pious Catholics as a population. They actually have not rescinded, recanted, or apologized. They’re entrenching to try to source their accusations all the more. To do this, they will, of course, do what they always do, spy on Sacramental Confession.

For the FBI, to blaspheme God and utterly destroy the free exercise of religion by bugging confessionals, say, multiple times in Saint Patrick’s Cathedral in New York already throughout the past decades, is the usual practice. They’re surely doing right now.

Don’t do it, my FBI friends. You do that, you take upon yourselves for your own judgment by God all sins confessed. And not only. You take on yourselves all the sins of those who would have confessed but didn’t because of your absolute hatred for God, for neighbor, for yourselves, what with all your threats of surveillance. All y’all will be burdened with all that sin at your own judgment. All of it. You, personally.

You mock the wounds of Christ by which the forgiveness comes about. God will not be mocked. You think you’re powerful now, but you will have your reckoning at the Last Judgment. Who’s going to save you then, those whose sacramental confessions you recorded. Unless you repent of all this what you have done will – all things being equal – bring you straight to hell. Is that worth it.

This goes for those in the field, those giving orders from on high, those who approving this kind of policy.

And if I catch you placing bugs, and I do have tomorrow’s technology today, well, that will not be a pleasant meeting for anyone involved. I will protect my flock. You are all trespassed from my parish campuses. I will press charges.

© 2023 Fr George David Byers


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