How The End of History started … and how it’s going

There remains an urgent need for a global plan that can create new or regenerate existing institutions, particularly those of global governance, and help to build a new network of international relations for advancing the integral human development of all peoples.”

Pope Francis has a fresh new idea for the world’s power-drunk states: communism.


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60 Responses to How The End of History started … and how it’s going

  1. Bruce of Newcastle says:

    There remains an urgent need for a global plan that can create new or regenerate existing institutions

    Given how the existing bunch of institutions are going maybe he should advocate for something different, like abolishing the lot of them. Might be an improvement.

  2. Infidel Tiger says:

    There remains an urgent need for a global plan that can create new or regenerate existing institutions, particularly those of global governance, and help to build a new network of international relations for advancing the integral human development of all peoples.”

    Strange thing for a man in charge of the most important institution on earth to say.

  3. Tim Neilson says:

    There remains an urgent need for a global plan

    Funny how humanity progressed from a tiny group of vulnerable primates to a world-wide species with agriculture, medicine, mechanised transport and industry, telecommunications, knowledge retention and transmission, systematic research and development etc., without a “global plan”.

    Still, if he wants to implement the Ribbentrop/Molotov Pact Mk II he’s entitled to argue for it.

  4. Tim Neilson says:

    Strange thing for a man in charge of the most important institution on earth to say.

    Perhaps when he refers to regeneration he really means “Reformation”.😊

  5. BorisG says:

    Interesting you include Boris Johnson in this. The guy who was pivotal in delivering the Brexit majority, then stepping back and rising again, delivering both a strong but negotiated Brexit and a big Tory majority, both rather unexpectedly. He is not without fault but who is? He also speaks his mind, which is so rare. I think he is the least bad of all possible choices. Or you prefer Corbyn or whoever his successor’s name is?

  6. Dave of Reedy Creek, Qld says:

    Wow, looking at the bottom set of pictures sends shivers down one’s spine. A senile puppet, a communist pope and a fake conservative!

  7. Woolfe says:

    I thought The Bible gave us a plan?

  8. Rex Anger says:

    The guy who was pivotal in delivering the Brexit majority, then stepping back and rising again, delivering both a strong but negotiated Brexit and a big Tory majority, both rather unexpectedly

    Right up to the point where he went squish.

    As I recall, there were also people like Nigel Farage, Dominic Cummings and others, whom Theresa May, more authoritarian squishes on all sides and the manifold bugmen of the Civil Service (no doubt far more to your preference…) all tried to smother.

    Boris Johnson was the Steven Bradbury of his time, headed in generally the right direction and making an effort. But who was swept in to a landslide victory by the peoples’ near-universal disgust at the authoritarian overreach of the entire UK and European ‘ruling’ classes.

    Please try not to confuse him as anyone else again, please?

  9. BorisG says:

    there were also people like Nigel Farage, Dominic Cummings and others

    Sure but they wouldn’t have succeeded without Boris Johnson, who had a much higher profile as a popular former Mayor of London. He made all the difference when he joined the campaign.

  10. Gerry says:

    The pope is an idiot ….. more worried about global governance than helping people live in Christ’s image …… no wonder the deep state got rid of the other pope …

  11. BorisG says:

    Also I am not sure if there is any trend here. I was a fan of Ronald Reagan but just before him was Jimmy Carter. I don’t think he was any better than Biden.

  12. BorisG says:

    The pope is an idiot

    I don’t follow the developments within the Catholic Church. An honest question: Is this guy an outlier or part of a trend?

  13. H B Bear says:

    These photos are very depressing.

  14. H B Bear says:

    We aren’t winning the battle of ideas. In fact we are getting pantsed.

  15. lotocoti says:

    I suspect the faith his new and improved Global Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith won’t have much to do with Matthew, Mark, Luke and John.

  16. Entropy says:

    Woolfe says:
    April 10, 2021 at 3:09 pm
    I thought The Bible gave us a plan?

    Sure there is. And it is so hands off and freedom of choice to be the envy of any libertarian.

  17. Speedbox says:

    We are sooo fvcked.

  18. John A says:

    Entropy says: April 10, 2021, at 4:18 pm

    Woolfe says: April 10, 2021, at 3:09 pm

    I thought The Bible gave us a plan?

    Sure there is. And it is so hands off and freedom of choice to be the envy of any libertarian.

    It certainly does. However,

    God’s plan had a marvellous beginning
    Then Man went and spoiled it by sinning
    We know that the story
    Will end in God’s Glory
    But it looks like the other side’s winning 🙁

    The Other Side doesn’t want God’s plan, they would rather have their own.

  19. Professor Fred Lenin says:

    Doesnt paedo Jo Bi Den the chinese puppet bought and paid for Doesnt he look vacant , like a special needs patient .Boris looks like be might be in tghe same special needs class as Jo Bi Den and the pope lollks like their carer going crook beause they didnt make it to the toilet in time and he has to clean up ,it was a watery number two too yukh.

  20. miltonf says:

    I don’t think it was the dog that shat on the floor of the oval office.

  21. miltonf says:

    Talk about trash in the Whitehouse.

  22. John of Mel says:

    I would have thought the Pope knows how the last attempt of humanity coming together “to make the name for themselves” ended.
    He thinks it’s wise to repeat that? Does he read the Bible?

  23. NoFixedAddress says:

    Not a practicing Catholic among the current 3.

  24. calli says:

    Does he read the Bible?

    Probably. But insight and recall is a gift from God. Either he has not received it or has rejected it to further his own agenda. Either way it’s a tragedy.

  25. Roger says:

    There remains an urgent need for a global plan…

    God has a plan.

    The pope evidently doesn’t believe in it.

  26. Gerry says:

    BorisG ….there’s those that dote on every word …there’s those that hear what they want to hear ….and there’s those that can’t understand why he’s says what he does ……and there’s those that think he should say more about eg persecuted Christian’s …..and there’s those who wonder how the hell he got elected because he says nothing worthwhile for Catholics understanding of their faith….basically he’s an outlier …

  27. Spurgeon Monkfish III says:

    The mediocritee of imbeciles … 🙄

  28. Spurgeon Monkfish III says:

    All taking place while WinXi the Pooh and Vlad Plutonium are lurking very unsubtly in the background … 🤔

  29. Calli:

    Probably. But insight and recall is a gift from God. Either he has not received it or has rejected it to further his own agenda. Either way it’s a tragedy.

    The current crop of leaders have fallen for the old bullshit story of the perfectibility of man, and returning the world into a Garden of Eden 1.2 in their lifetimes.
    The Devil is in the details, and even if these idiots have been duped by Lucifer, their own arrogance and hubris have blinded them to the reality they are hoping to create.
    Imagine the Soviet Union, ruled by Genghis Kahn. That’s where it will end up.

  30. Whalehunt Fun says:

    The sooner this commie catches tje Chinese Plague and dies the sooner we can have a pope that would have sided with Jesus instead of Rome. This socialist filth disgusts me. Hopefully no one gives him a vaccination.

  31. Roger says:

    The current crop of leaders have fallen for the old bullshit story of the perfectibility of man, and returning the world into a Garden of Eden 1.2 in their lifetimes.

    +1 to infinity.

    It’s one of the fundamental philosophical/theological questions. Once it is accepted that man is perfectible, all obstacles that are perceived to stand in the way of that perfection become objects of attack. Hence the death count of Communism.

  32. Fair Shake says:

    Hang on, those photos look like the before and afters of a weight loss program ad.
    Selective.
    Except for Joe, he looks the his usual.

  33. BorisG says:

    Ey I understand for many cats Boris J is not conservative enough. He obviously represents the conservative wing of the Conservative party but that is not nearly enough for them. I can understand this but surely you can’t expect someone who represents maybe 10 per cent of the people to be PM. Why don’t a few hardline tories challenge Boris? Because they don’t stand a chance. And Farraj ? He couldn’t even have a single seat in the Commons. As for Boris j, he gets enough relentless criticism from the left and left wing press. No need to pile on him any more.

  34. Rex Anger says:

    Welp, if Boris is defending Other Boris, then we can be absolutely certain that the Tories are doomed in the same way the Liberals are here.

    The other side is too schizophrenic to govern, and the old ‘Right’ party is moving Hard Left as fast as its club feet can shuffle it…

  35. Robin says:

    The key phrase here that tells us this is Marx’s Human Development Society is integral human development http://invisibleserfscollar.com/naming-educators-as-the-levers-shifting-the-human-personality-to-marxs-moral-revolution/ . is one of the places I have explained the Marxist Humanist vision and its favorite tool of K-12 education globally.

    Since I wrote that piece though this Pope launched an initiative known as Humanity 2.0 that fits precisely with the moral revolution internalized at an unconscious noetic level as laid out in the above link. The Vatican has also, unfortunately, been heavily involved in IMBES–the International Mind Brain Education Society since its founding about 20 years ago.

    Also the reference to integral fits with the aspiration to integrate the cognitive, social, and emotional processes within the brain. AASA released a report in the US on the 8th that admits just that in an appendix so it is no longer just me explaining that’s really what learning standards are trying to regulate. It is also an allusion to Ken Wilber’s Integral Philosophy, which is deemed the appropriate form of consciousness for us 21st century serfs–a bridge between the objectivity of modernism and the subjectivity of Post-Modernism.

    In the US we are seeing CRT advocates saying the answer to racial strife is the practices of mindfulness espoused in Buddhist thought. Again that Integral vision.

    Thanks for highlighting that quote. It is absolutely brimming with meaning.

  36. jupes says:

    Those six photos say it all.

  37. Chris M says:

    CL working out what Protestants have been saying for the past few centuries… hopefully next being inquisitive he’ll study the books of Revelations and Daniel.

  38. Robin says:

    I had forgotten that the co-sponsor of the Vatican’s Humanity 2.0: A Shared Horizon for Humanity is non other than Google–the search engine giant. http://invisibleserfscollar.com/rebooting-the-mind-and-heart-to-get-at-humanity-2-0-and-a-global-convergence/ is where I covered in 2019.

    Pertinent to that phrase the Pope used is the fact that Humanity 2.0 has a “Faith and Integral Human Development vision laid out in that post for a new humanism that is almost verbatim Uncle Karl’s actual vision for little ‘c’ communism. It required a certain high level of technology that only capitalism could supposedly produce. The magic potion is ICT according to the globalists at Davos and other meeting we are not invited to.

    Given all the aspirations of a new form of education tied to neurobiological development, it is crucial that more people become aware of these plans for us and our children before they become even more hardwired in at a mostly invisible level.

  39. Turtle says:

    I was spoilt for political leadership growing up in the eighties. John Paul II is rolling in his grave cursing the commie running the show now.

    Good choice of photo for Boris. The loveable buffoon crap wore off pretty quick once he had some responsibility. Trump comparisons were always silly, because Trump actually was a loveable buffoon.

    The eighties figure who comes to mind is the character played by Rodney Dangerfield in Back to School and Caddyshack. Trump played that role brilliantly. I said that from the start, and was pleased when Victor Davis Hanson had the same insight.

  40. Crossie says:

    Infidel Tiger says:
    April 10, 2021 at 2:49 pm
    There remains an urgent need for a global plan that can create new or regenerate existing institutions, particularly those of global governance, and help to build a new network of international relations for advancing the integral human development of all peoples.”

    Strange thing for a man in charge of the most important institution on earth to say.

    What I cannot understand is what is a man of God doing agonising over worldly issues when he should be looking after the spiritual health of his flock and trying to get everyone else to join them.

    He should be thumping the bible denouncing the licentiousness of our times and advocate a return to morality.

    If the Pope is really worried about the suffering and oppression of people then how about raising the issue of abuse of Christians in Muslim lands and the plight of Uyghurs in China. I don’t think the Pope is listening to the Holy Spirit but rather his advisors who seem to be almost the same as those advising our MPs in Canberra.

  41. Crossie says:

    Whalehunt Fun says:
    April 10, 2021 at 7:05 pm
    The sooner this commie catches tje Chinese Plague and dies the sooner we can have a pope that would have sided with Jesus instead of Rome. This socialist filth disgusts me. Hopefully no one gives him a vaccination.

    The same cardinals who elected him are still there, my worry is that they will pick someone even more woke next time. Good candidates like Cardinal Robert Sarah are being sidelined instead of promoted.

  42. calli says:

    Chris M says:
    April 10, 2021 at 11:27 pm
    CL working out what Protestants have been saying for the past few centuries… hopefully next being inquisitive he’ll study the books of Revelations and Daniel.

    Why have a dig at C.L.? He has been very open in his valid criticisms of the current pope. We Protestants have enough dingbats in high office without sectarian snark at Catholics.

    And just a small correction – it’s Revelation. Or, the longer version – The Revelation to John or the Apocalypse of John. Both the Revelation and the Book of Daniel have been mishandled by people wanting to make some point or another, sometimes against their Christian brothers and sisters. One thing you can be certain of – the events within them as they occur will be obvious to all believers.

    But those books definitely make excellent reading. I would also recommend a detailed look at the Minor Prophets if you are keen to read up on the Day of the Lord.

  43. Cassie of Sydney says:

    “He obviously represents the conservative wing of the Conservative party but that is not nearly enough for them.”

    LOL.

  44. Cassie of Sydney says:

    “He also speaks his mind, which is so rare.”

    Honestly…this is absolute codswallop. Boris Johnson has said virtually nothing about anything since his landslide election in December 2019 and particularly since falling ill to Covid this time last year. He was seriously ill and spent weeks in hospital. He’s been emasculated. This was evidenced by his near silence when the BLM riots erupted back in June 2020. Boris said nothing about statues being vandalised….he said nothing about the far-left attacks on British history and institutions. Many Brits looked to him to speak up…but there was silence.

    The dangerous virus Boris was exposed to was not Covid19…the virus that’s wreaking havoc on Boris Johnson’s mind is called Carrie virus and it’s ongoing.

  45. David says:

    Clown world.

  46. Andre Lewis says:

    We know Biden is a puppet and his wife, Pelosi and heels up Harris run him. Boris has Princess Nut Nut telling him what to think. Who, though, is up the Pope?

  47. Professor Fred Lenin says:

    Are Western People deterioratig as badly As the “leaders ” .
    Paedo biden looks like a mental patient ,well he virtually is ,
    Bojo looks like a patient in te same ward refusing his meds
    The pope looks like a pissed off male nurse arguing with Bojo about his meds.
    Sreenwriters would love to be able to invent characters like them .
    You couldnt invent crap lie this .

  48. Makka says:

    There remains an urgent need for a global plan

    Yes CL, bloody terrifying. It’s abundantly clear that when you add to this other organisations and entities with global reach , such as WHO, UN, IMF, World Bank, BIS, CB’s, Big Pharma, Big Tech, Big Media that there is a a coordinated and powerful effort to push individual freedoms out the door while ensuring absolute compliance with the socialist ideals of Marx. A very long dark tunnel ahead.

  49. Chris M says:

    He has been very open in his valid criticisms of the current pope.

    Fair point Calli. Hoping he would gain an interest in how the RCC fits into Bible prophecy. The current pope has a use, it’s not a good one.

  50. Fat Tony says:

    OK – we got the anti-Pope – who’s the Great Satan??

  51. John of Mel says:

    We know Biden is a puppet and his wife, Pelosi and heels up Harris run him

    Obama and his people run him.

  52. Chris M says:

    who’s the Great Satan?

    Not sure yet.

    I have the media down as the False Prophet, you know it works.

  53. Robber Baron says:

    Bottom panel.
    Fake President.
    Fake Christian.
    Fake conservative.

    Once these jokers are gone the world will return to a path of capitalism.

  54. Rabbi Putin says:

    In the 80s even left-wing leaders like Hawke or Gorbachev had to tip their hat to the right if they wanted to be credible with the public.

    Today the media will chew you alive the moment you depart from the leftwing agenda, and the public is a lot stupider.

    Also the music and movies got way worse. Cultural decline all round.

  55. calli says:

    In the 80s even left-wing leaders like Hawke or Gorbachev had to tip their hat to the right if they wanted to be credible with the public.

    Today the media will chew you alive the moment you depart from the leftwing agenda, and the public is a lot stupider.

    Rabbi, that could be classed as a Liberty Quote.

  56. Elizabeth (Lizzie) Beare says:

    The pictures each speak a thousand words.

  57. faceache says:

    Crossie @7.19

    Cardinal Sarah would be a great choice. I think a good friend of Francis’s might be the one. Francis has stacked the college of cardinals.
    I refer to Joe Tobin of New Jersey. Youngish (68), a Redemptorist, Fluent in 5 languages, reads a few more as well, currently can bench press 250 lbs and lift 425lbs. Also a member of my 12 step thingy. Which would give me confidence. But he’s American, but may no longer have that count against him. Time for the Holy Ghost and Saint Michael to make a statement.

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