Pachamama, Lenin, Earth Day and The Silence of The Viruses

April 22, 2020 at 10:19 pm (Geopolitics and International Relations, International Intrigue, News, Sorcery, The Occult, The Supernatural, Vampire novel) (, , , , , , , )

Pachamama, Lenin, Earth Day and The Silence of the Viruses

British MP Renfield R. Renfield looked at the calendar.

April 22nd 2020.

The 50th Anniversary of Earth Day.

Which meant it was Lenin’s 150th birthday.

For Communists who had infiltrated the U.S. environmental movement back in the late ’60s and early ’70s had suggested to their non-Communist compatriots in the movement to declare April 22nd 1970 as the world’s first Earth Day (the Communists knowing full well that the date was Lenin’s 100th Birthday).

The non-Communist compatriots in the environmental movement all graduates of public school education in the U.S. where History (nor any other subject of value) was no longer taught thought that April 22nd 1970 was just as good a date as any other as far as they were concerned.

And various gems had emerged in the past week leading up to this particular Earth Day.

Bishop Marcelo Sanchez Sorondo the Chancellor of the Pontifical Academy of Sciences and the Pontifical Academy of Social Sciences (a man who back in 2018 had described and praised Chinese Communism as the best expression of Catholic Church social doctrine) had written an editorial in Science magazine this past week calling for a one world socialist (read Marxist) government in the “post-pandemic world”.

And it also turned out that Pope Francis’ Global Education Initiative by which the New Humanism (Pope Francis’ euphemism for Marxism) was to be taught in centres of learning and education all over the world had the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation as one of its major sponsors.

And American economist Jeffrey Sachs (who had really worked up his Frequent Flyers travel miles points in his trips back and forth to the Vatican since Francis became Pope) had also announced earlier this month that Pope Francis’ 2015 encyclical Laudato si’ should henceforth be regarded as the guidebook for the post-pandemic world.

Renfield had described Laudato si’ as the sort of book that Karl Marx, Pierre Teilhard de Chardin and Al Gore would have written had the three got together and collaborated on a book.

“So, I take it that it’s badly written and extremely boring?” His friend Sherrielock Holmes had asked him.

“Indeed,” Renfield nodded.

Renfield thought to himself that if William Shakespeare had been asked to give a one sentence review of the book, he’d have described it thus, “Tis a tale told by an idiot, full of sound and fury signifying nothing.”

And speaking of Teilhard, there was of course Pachamama.

Pachamama the Inca earth mother goddess through whom Teilhard had once boasted to Lenin and Trotsky that he could bring about the synthesis of Communism and Christianity.

Pachamama whose wooden idol statues were welcomed into both the Vatican Gardens and Saint Peter’s Basilica last October.

And the Pachamama Alliance had celebrated Earth Day at an event in which “former” Communist Van Jones (who had served briefly as Barack Obama’s Green Jobs Czar) had said the pandemic will help “regenerate our planet and social institutions”.

Former Soviet President Mikhail Gorbachev had written a guest column in this week’s TIME Magazine called “When The Pandemic Is Over, The World Must Come Together” in which Gorbachev suggested holding an emergency special session of the UN General Assembly with “revising the entire global agenda as the main topic” leading “toward a new consciousness, a new civilization” (a definite slogan of Maitreyan New Age claptrap meets Marxist-Leninist hogwash).

Gorbachev, Renfield mused, no doubt sees this virus ridden moment in time as the fulfillment of his November 2nd 1987 speech to the Soviet Communist Party Congress in which he declared his commitment to an eventual One World Communist State and that glasnost and perestroika should only be seen as temporary stepping stones to this ultimate goal, “We are moving towards a new world, the world of Communism. We shall never turn off that road.”

The UN’s Communist Secretary General Antonio Guterres likewise released a message for what he called “International Mother Earth Day” in which he said the Coronavirus was opening up the opportunity for one planet governed as one.

And Pope Francis in an address yesterday called for the world’s people to “listen to the silence of the virus. The silence that the virus has imposed on the world and then act accordingly with what that silence is telling us.”

Pope Francis’ expression “silence of the virus” reminded Renfield of the title of that book about Dr. Hannibal Lecter which was called Silence of The Lambs.

Renfield sipped a martini, “It appears Pope Francis is leading the lambs to slaughter as they listen to the silence of the viruses.”

-A vampire novel chapterΒ 
written by Christopher
Wednesday April 22nd

The Inca earth mother goddess Pachmama awaits the arrival of the Norse wolf Fenrir.


  1. kyleoyier said,

    Great post

  2. Jessica said,

    Many parts made lost it but I laugh hard for this line: β€œTis a tale told by an idiot, full of sound and fury signifying nothing.” πŸ˜‚

  3. Dawn Renee said,

    Always are mentioned many subjects, characters, & quotes with which to dance along a long line of historical discussions. One curiosity that remains a constant is how on Earth you manage to glue fact, lore (real or not), past & present into a cohesive happening. Portions or all I read are either apparent with your desired point or sometimes open for interpretation. (Or maybe I think too abstractly, seeing nearly any statement has the ability to be doublespeak, often in search for the other, unobtrusive side of words & actions from people. Regardless, I suppose we enjoy this or that from others based on how we interpret, anyway.) Always good & ponderable ! : )

    • Dracul Van Helsing said,

      Thank you, Dawn.

      I seemed to have had an epiphany in my last year of University where I was taking a Shakespeare course and reading a scene in his play Troilus and Cressida where Achilles and Theristes are discussing Ajax and Theristes points to Ajax and says “He is Ajax.” and Theristes answers, “I know that, fool” to which Theristes responds, “Ay, but that fool knows not himself”.

      It suddenly dawned on me then and there how Shakespeare had totally mastered the technique of puns and double entendre.

      And it has affected my writing ever since.

      Thus my writing does have double entendre and triple entendre and muliple layers of meaning to it.

      I incorporate a whole bunch of meanings and allusions taken from mythology and history and previous works of literature.

      And I learned that technique from the Master- the great Bard himself- because it suddenly hit me reading that line in Troilus and Cressida that was how Shakespeare did all his writing- incorporating allusions from mythology and history and previous works of literature and building up multiple layers of meaning in each line.

      • Dawn Renee said,

        You are welcome. That line, that scene, in fact is an excellent example. I see how you mean. I am glad then, you were in a situation in life that you were exposed to such & left that day with a Shakespearean thought process that fit who you are (and it works and suits you very well).
        And thank you for making it known I wasn’t viewing things in an oddball fashion again (not that there’s anything wrong with that : ).

      • Dracul Van Helsing said,

        Speaking of viewing things in an oddball fashion and not that there’s anything wrong with that, I wonder how Murph would get along with the Seinfeld character of Kosmo Kramer should he ever encounter him?

      • Dawn Renee said,

        I genuinely believe he’d be very fond of the energy that is Kosmo Kramer. While in that odd realm, I was contemplating something to watch & was/am considering Seinfeld as I rest to eat. Funny

      • Dracul Van Helsing said,

        I imagine Kosmo and Murph would have quite the rollicking adventure.

        I can already picture George Costanza entering Jerry’s apartment and screaming, “Jerry, there’s a lizard in Kramer’s living room.”

      • Dawn Renee said,

        hahaha – no you made me hear it too! That’s great!! Hey, remember when George got photos taken of he in his underwear, his tightly whities? I use to have that ridiculous pose framed with the Seinfeld logo on the wall. Seinfeld is a good heavy brain break.

      • Dracul Van Helsing said,

        Yes, I remember that. πŸ˜‚πŸ€£

        I remember when George Costanza got up to leave a post office interrogation room where Jerry had been interrogated and U.S. Postal Employee Norman Newman says with his characteristic laugh, “Just a minute, prett-y boy!”.

        For having sent his underwear picture through the mail.

      • Dawn Renee said,

        Geez, I forgot his first name was Norman! How do you remember this stuff?! George was like, ” Oh … Merde!!”

      • Dracul Van Helsing said,

        I seem to renember a lot of the dialogue from Seinfeld for some reason.

  4. David Redpath said,

    Yes Chris. A wolf 🐺
    in sheep’s clothing πŸ‘
    is calling. But then, goats
    will swallow anything 🐐

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