Last week, Vatican journalist Ed Pentin revealed in 2021, that Pope Francis held secret talks with the CEO of Pfizer, Albert Boula. In a less clandestine but equally alarming fashion, Bourla appeared at a health conference sponsored by the Vatican to push his toxic drugs. Now, apart from the obvious problems with Pfizer – the health risks of the “vaccine” and its reliance on aborted fetal cells – the corporation is known for its corrupt business practices such as bribery, misleading advertising and illegal drug trials. So it’s pretty clear that the Vatican should not be doing business with this outfit.
But it seems that the Vatican is making a habit of ingratiating itself to Big Pharma and its allies. Deloitte, the global accounting firm, has also been getting in on the the Vatican’s not-so-great reset act.
On January 12th, a meeting which was co-organised by Deloitte and the Vatican COVID-19 Commission took place at the Vatican. It was one of those little closed-door affairs where synarchists get together in a fabulously aesthetic location to casually decide the fate of every man, woman and child on the planet.
It was sponsored by the Dicastery for Promoting Integral Human Development and the theme was Prepare the future: building a regenerative, inclusive and sustainable economy.” Pope Francis apparently didn’t attend but sent a rather predictable message telling the co-organisers to “prepare the future” and reminding attendees to respect Mother Earth. Nothing remotely Catholic there.
Before we look at Deloitte, here’s a brief overview of what went down at the meeting. It is the perfect example of the way synarchy melds technology, health, economics and demographics and holds it altogether with the glue of syncretic spirituality.
Cardinal Michael Czerny, S.J., who is the acting Prefect of the Dicastery, introduced the meeting, calling for radical change: “ … radical, holistic and systemic change so that we may all live together in peace with special care for the least among us, and in peace with our planet.” Nothing very Christian there either.
Fr. Fabio Baggio, CS, under-secretary of the Migrants and Refugees Section of the Dicastery told his listeners that “human mobility” – code for “illegal immigration” – is a good thing and needs to be factored into government policy; all we need is a dash of imagination.
Sr. Alessandra Smerilli, FMA, acting Secretary of the Dicastery, repeated one of Bergoglio’s mantras: “we are not saved alone” and Punit Renjen, CEO of Deloitte Global, drew attention to the way lockdowns improve the environment: “Proof positive that clearer air, cleaner water, and healthier ecosystems are not only possible, but probable if we act now. “
Great – climate lockdowns must be on the agenda.
Another speaker was Professor Jiang Bo-Kui, who is a senior researcher at the Taihe Institute. This is another of those globalist “think tanks”, ie, a training-ground for technocrats. Based in Beijing, this one has a very Marxist flavour, and the Professor actually used Marx and Engels as examples of the “altruistic economists” who have tried to improve the lot of the human race throughout history.
The text of the Professor’s talk is reproduced on the Taihe Institute website, so it can be studied in detail. It is rather a frightening read. The strange mixture of Communism, Buddhism and technocracy might make his theories sound reasonable to the average person, but when you know how the CCP defines “peace” and “love”, his ideas take on quite a disturbing character. Just ask the Uyghurs.
Among the the other speakers were Baroness Minouche Shafik, director of the London School of Economics, who called for a “new social contract”, and Richard Houston, CEO of Deloitte North-South Europe, who wants to “design the future of work” using digital technologies. Then there was Professor Stefano Zamagni, president of the Pontifical Academy of Social Sciences, who wants the rebooted economy to be “socially sustainable, environmentally sustainable and fraternal”.
Now on to Deloitte. Deloitte is one of the Big Four global accounting firms, along with Ernst & Young, KPMG and PwC. Despite its successful image, this company has been found guilty of some pretty shady and shoddy business practices; eg it’s not above hiring ex-CIA operatives in order to spy on its competitors. (Most of the information on Deloitte in this article originated from Wikipedia, by the way. God bless that site.)
According to Wikipedia, Deloitte was the third-largest privately-owned company in the US in 2020. Deloitte offers consulting services to businesses, providing advice on a range of areas, such as finance, tax, legal and risk. The giant company services a host of industries, including energy, consumer, governments, financial, health, media and technology as well as governments. In other words, Deloitte is the technocrats’ technocrat. And one would expect, Deloitte is very cosy with the World Economic Forum, and is especially involved with one of its pet projects, the Fourth Industrial Revolution.
But Deloitte also has ties to the COVID “vaccine” rollout. During Trump’s days, the CDC ( the US Centres for Disease Control and Prevention) paid Deloitte USD $44 million to create a vaccination administration and distribution system known as VAMS. It was meant to handle vaccine ordering, scheduling of appointments, and updating of patient records for the entire country. Unusually, there was no tender process, and even more unusually, software development on this scale is not among Deloitte’s usual services. Scandalously, (apart from the scandal inherent in pandemic hysteria, the outrageous government response, abortion-tainted toxic gene serum masquerading as “vaccines” and so on) their system is hopelessly flawed, and most jurisdictions have abandoned VAMS and created their own software or have even resorted to using pen and paper to manage their vaccination records. Presumably Deloitte has access to the medical records of the entire US population.
Worse than than even the colossal waste of money and the abysmal failure on the part of Deloitte is that fact that the company stole the software design for tracking the vaccinations from a small independent company, the Multi-State Partnership for Prevention (MSPP). The CDC none-too-innocently invited the executive director of MSPP, Tiffany Tate, to present her product, then gained access to the technical specifications, and then gave the contract and specifications to Deloitte!
Deloitte proceeded to charge the CDC more than MSPP had quoted, and even tried to hire Tiffany Tate to work for them. Ms Tate apparently did not relish the idea of being brought in to work on a project which was stolen from her by the US government and issued the CDC with a Cease and Desist order.
Another thing about the Deloitte CEO, Punit Renjen: last year, he put together an integrated health management in Haryana state in India. The programme was designed to keep hospital beds free for serious COVID cases, by allowing patients with mild to moderate symptoms to be treated at home, which in many ways is a common-sense approach to handling a pandemic. (Assuming there ever was a pandemic.) With a non-invasive approach like Renjen’s there would be no need for a vaccine – or certainly not a harmful, rushed one. Makes one think.
But since the WEF likes Renjen’s model, we know there must be something wrong with it, don’t we? And there is. Renjen’s system is a perfect example of that globalist dream to “rebuild and reinvest in more equitable and affordable healthcare infrastructure”.
Enter the classic Hegelian dialectic:
Problem: poor people are, well, poor; governments don’t care about the poor; and disease exists.
Reaction: health systems become overburdened during disease outbreaks, disproportionately affecting the poor & governments suddenly care enough to ask for help.
Solution: Deloitte saves the day by using digital technology to manage the situation. (And to manage the poor.)
Solve et coagula. Dissolve and reform. Out with the old, in with the new. Build back better.
The watchword for Deloitte’s involvement in all of this is integration: digital technology combined with health technology, combined with actual human beings plus education plus scaleability: this is the package used by Renjet to manage the health crisis in Haryana and which the WEF wants to see rolled out in other parts of the world. In other words, this is another brick in the digital passport wall of doom.
So to it all sum up: a corrupt multi-national corporation, in concert with the Vatican, puts together a syncretic, neo-Marxist conference designed to teach the rest of us how to behave virtuously and ethically. Said company was involved in a failed vaccine distribution system but feels the need to lecture the world on efficient health care systems. Will said company step in to take over the Vatican’s ailing computer system (which is just asking to be hacked?) We’ll wait and see.
One last point. Something from Solzhenitsyn came my way today that is quite apt in an article about benevolent Commies and heterodox Cardinals spouting utopian dreams:
“Marxism is…rhetoric to the effect that the world proletariat will overthrow the world bourgeoisie & the most happy & radiant society will then arise.The fantasies…break off at this point, not one of them goes any further to describe what this society would be like.”
We know why that is, don’t we? Because if people understood the society which the Overlords have planned for us, then no one would go along with their plans.
They want a digital surveillance state governed by murderous Communists who are given legitimacy by an antiChristian religion which looks for all the world like the Catholic Church.
Unfortunately, despite all the rallies and marches and websites and red-pilling that’s going on, most people still don’t understand. Which is why Deloitte and the Integral Humanists and Klaus Schwab and the rest of them will have their day – only a day, mind you – but they will have it.
They will have their day because everything is connected and the web has been spun, and the poor little flies – that’s us – are trapped with nowhere to go. But that’s okay. Because what we must never forget is we have only one job and that is to get to heaven. And fortunately, Our Lord promised us that if we persevere, then He will help us to do just that. Fiat.