The Funny Money Within The Church
Written by AJ Baalman on October 30, 2022
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In our numerous investigations leading up to the Doctrinal Warfare Program Anniversary, we will expose all the funny money that controls certain groups within the Church.
This Organization: FADICA: The Catholic Philanthropy Network.
Their Partner Organization With Funding & Control, Porticus by Bernard Brenninkmeijer and who do they work with or partner with? The World Economic Forum.
We will expose all who they Follow On Twitter.
Catholic Media Association and work with PurpleGray
See The Funny Money Behind The Traditional Circles
Steve KNIGHT On October 31, 2022 at 11:12 am
THANKYOU for these interesting and well-detailed revelations. Here in England the Catholic print media has ‘cratered’ in the past few years, with nothing of any substance left, even the once reliable Catholic Herald when it was in ‘broadsheet’ format has morphed into a lukewarm glossy monthly publication which is, basically, funded by the Bishops’ Conference…….and they are just another segment of the Bergoglian anti-Church. “Follow the money”, as you rightly say, is always a good investigative procedure! Pax vobiscum.
Giovanni Giuseppe On October 31, 2022 at 1:38 pm
Thank you. Great information, as usual. “Fidelity” was Dr. Jones’ magazine. I wonder if “Fulbright Scholar, Opus Dei , and Jesuits might make the interrogation question list. Jones’ return to Catholicism and start if his magazine have always puzzled me. He was a Fulbright scholar. His rise and support, and his criticism of Voris (as well as Voris’ funding) have always made me wonder if these two were earlier figures of those mentioned in the program . If the questions you propose are asked, without mentioning Opus Dei and Jesuits included,might the media reps. be able to weasel out?
The CIA and Fullbright program.
AJ Baalman On October 31, 2022 at 3:40 pm
Yeah, Fulbright will make the list when we do Rhode Scholars, the dude who started the Fulbright Program was a Rhode Scholar. Thanks for the link.
Giovanni Giuseppe On November 1, 2022 at 4:23 pm
Happy to help. You are welcome. So, it’s already in the works. That will be excellent as well. So grateful for all you do.
Timothy Fitzpatrick On November 5, 2022 at 3:08 pm
Here’s a dossier I’ve compiled on E. Michael Jones. Very troubling, in my opinion.
AJ Baalman On November 5, 2022 at 4:53 pm
Thank you so much for the comment, I’m honored to have you comment here.