Bill Gates, George Soros, Moloch, No Logic and Mologic

July 28, 2021 at 10:25 pm (Folklore, Geopolitics and International Relations, International Intrigue, Mythology, News, The Supernatural, Vampire novel) (, , , , )

On Monday of this week the controversial and colourful British MP Renfield R. Renfield had publicly called for the assassinations of both the Prime Ministers of Greece and Italy.

Renfield seemed to be boldly going where Dietrich Bonhoeffer had not gone before in regards to Adolf Hitler until it was too late.

Today Renfield on the way to his parliamentary office was asked by members of the British press if there was anybody else he thought should be assassinated at the moment.

“Well,” Renfield deeply considered the question 🤔, “I think it would be a jolly good thing and of the upmost benefit to humanity if someone assassinated Dr. Anthony Fauci for all the moronic and imbecilic statements he’s come up with for the past year and a half. To say nothing of his funding of gain-of-function research at the Wuhan Institute of Virology which released the Wuhan CCP virus on the world.”

Dr. Anthony Fauci had to go home and change his underwear (his current underwear had turned brown) when he heard the latest news story involving Renfield.

. . .

Billionaire population control freaks and Build Back Better Great Reset advocates George Soros and Bill Gates had recently bought Mologic the United Kingdom based manufacturer of rapid Covid-19 tests.

The deep nostril technology of Mologic (which was actually based on the technology developed by the ancient Egyptians on mummies’ noses for the extraction of royal and supposedly divine royal Pharaohnic brain tissue) was used by most agencies and governments around the world to test for Covid-19.

Follow the science (as so many Joe Biden supporters and other brainless idiots used to say throughout 2020 and 2021).

Follow the science- right back to Tutankhamun’s embalming techniques and extractions of his organs to be kept in jars.

Soros and Gates had bought Mologic for $41 million.

Coincidentally shortly after Mologic was bought by Soros and Gates, lo and below, there was a sudden radical and drastic increase in the number of Covid cases in the U.S. as reported by the brainless mainstream media.

This led CNN, The Washington Post, The New York Times and other Neo-Bolshevik Communist mainstream media news outlets to once again hanker and drool at the thought of another Neo-Stalinist lockdown.

This led Dr. Anthony Fauci and the creeps and cretins at the Centre For Disease Control to once again call for mask wearing and social distancing.

Mologic was founded on this earthly plane back in 2003 as a for-profit medical research laboratory by CEO Mark Davis and his father Paul Davis (who was Mologic’s Chief Scientific Officer).

At the same time on the supernatural plane Mologic was founded in the realm of Hades by the demon Moloch and the ghosts of David Hume, Immanuel Kant and Friedrich Hegel (all of whose respective philosophies were based on the premise of No Logic).

Thus Moloch + No Logic = Mologic.

The acquirement of Mologic is part of a Gates-Soros initiative called GAH (Global Access Health).

GAH takes its name from Gaoh or Ga-oh a wind spirit and a giant mentioned in the folklore and oral traditions of the Iroquois, Huron and Seneca peoples.

Ga-oh is described as a cannibal and a giant who would uproot trees.

He was restless, violent and would create storms.

Why Soros and Gates would choose this entity to inspire a global health initiative only someone whose mind was like that of Soros and Gates would be able to comprehend.

-A vampire novel chapter
written by Christopher
Wednesday July 28th


  1. voodooville said,

    The only tree that Soros and Gates’ global health initiative GAH might uproot would be the Tree of Life.
    How absurd can you be, to compare the initiative of two respected philanthropists with Ga-oh, a cannibal who uproots trees? How dare you?

    • Dracul Van Helsing said,

      Sounds like somehow you managed to get ahold of the opening statement at Joe Biden’s next press conference. 😀

      • voodooville said,

        How do you get Joe Biden to host a press conference? With a cattle prod?

      • Dracul Van Helsing said,

        Either that or whenever he sneezes, grab his buggers before he does and say he can eat them when the press conference is over.

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  3. Marlapaige said,

    The deep roots of the tree Of misinformation perhaps?

    • Dracul Van Helsing said,

      I wonder if the Tree of Misinformation and the Tree of The Knowledge of Good and Evil are one and the same? 🤔

      • Marlapaige said,

        I believe they are guarded by different nymphs so I don’t believe so. I think they’re totally divided as there is no good in misinformation in evil in only some that pass it along.

      • Dracul Van Helsing said,

        Yes, that’s probably right.

        British writer, satirist and journalist Malcolm Muggeridge said a conspiracy theory of history would only work if a personal Devil actually exists (an immortal being who directs things from generation to generation).

      • Marlapaige said,

        The devil is always in the details.
        (I’m a little ashamed to admit this: I thought the name was one of your characters. It doesn’t seem real 😂)

      • Dracul Van Helsing said,

        No, it’s a real name.

        You may have heard of the British humour magazine Punch.

        He once served as editor of it.

      • Marlapaige said,

        No I know who he is…now. You gave me that he was British and a satirist and at first I thought he was a character of yours, but the way you worded it made him sound real, so I googled him and he was. That’s one hell of a name. Seriously, it is the perfect name for a character in one of your vampire novel chapters and a completely insane one for a real person.

      • Dracul Van Helsing said,

        It probably is if you’d never heard of him before.

        I remember both my parents enjoyed his sense of humour and used to talk about him quite a bit so I’d heard of him as a kid.

        The CBC (Canadian Broadcasting Corporation) once hosted a British documentary TV series he did where he talked about the history of art, literature and philosophy.

      • Marlapaige said,

        Before today, I was completely unaware of Malcolm Muggeridge’s existence.

        My parents would discuss Dave Barry, Laurel and Hardy, William F. Buckley, Bill O’Reilly, some travel news-anchor who made my father want to travel the world, and the most unfortunate was how “who shot J.R.” was ‘jumping the shark’ followed by a lecture regarding the etymology of that phrase, even though the whole world already knew. No, I didn’t care then and I don’t care now who shot JR.
        The guy that voiced all of our history type shows was named Edward Herrmann (I think that’s how you spell it). He voiced nearly all of them for as long as I could remember. Some of my favorites were his Nazi Germany ones. He had a way of speaking that made everything interesting, and when he was talking about something you were interested in, you’d be ready to pop out of your chair. Since I have an almost unhealthy interest in the subject, whenever he would talk about it I was riveted. He could be taking about something that I didn’t care about at all (tank treads comes to mind), but he would make it so interesting that I couldn’t blink for fear I’d miss something and no one better breathe near me when it was on because I NEEDED to know why the tire treats on the Sherman were different than those on the Panzers!

        Seriously. I don’t care. I have never cared. I will never care.
        Just as seriously, I could care about nothing else when he was explaining it to me.

        Because of him, I learned more about art, history, war and literature than from any other person on Earth. Even my own curiosity. My curiosity only can stretch so far – if I’m not interested, I can’t find the curiosity to suddenly be interested. A basic knowledge of these things is fine and I move on to something that actually interests me. I ended up watching a three part series of 1.5 hour long episodes about tanks. He also convinced me that I was supremely interested in a specific type of owl. Not all owls, just this particular one.

        All I can say is that I was not the only one. I was riveted to 5 hours of programming about tanks that I otherwise would not care about. Both of my sisters were right there with me. Mommy would always think “good. They’re still and it’s educational” and go do something else. Within 20 minutes it was forgotten and she was more interested the tv than whatever she was hoping to accomplish. My dad was the only one who didn’t really like him, but it had less to do with him and more to do with my father. He loves that kind of programming and also likes to talk over it to tell you what he knows about the given subject rather than just listening and watching and learning. We would permit no such thing. If he tried, everyone (I’m pretty sure the dog too) would shush him immediately and after a short pout, he was sucked in too.

      • Dracul Van Helsing said,

        Edward Herrmann eh?

        I’ve never heard of him.

      • Marlapaige said,

        How was the grandfather in Gilmore Girls too. And a hundred years ago he was the father in Ritchie Rich with Macauley Culkin.

        After he died, they pulled all of the history channel stuff he did the voice over for that had not aired. They felt they should get new voice overs for his fans. They had no new programming for like a month and a half. It was all reruns, and they stayed away from the ones he recorded, so there were like two shows they showed over and over again until the audience bitched. Suddenly there were reality shows. Apparently it’s easier to create a reality show than to hVe someone re-record pre-written lines.

      • Dracul Van Helsing said,

        Yes, TV network executives have a habit of making colossally stupid decisions.

        I’m still pissed at ABC for cancelling the 1998 TV series Cupid with Jeremy Piven and Paula Marshall in which Piven plays the Roman god Cupid and Paula Marshall plays his psychiatrist Dr. Claire Allen.

        The original premise was the guy just thought he was Cupid but TV shows and novels and occasionally movies have a habit of evolving on their own with evolving character development.

        The first two episodes enjoyed phenomenonly high ratings but because the bozos at ABC then started moving it around to different timeslots on different days and nights, its audience lost track.

        And so it was cancelled after 15 episodes.

        It was a brilliantly written show with brilliant dialogue, brilliant plots and a stellar cast.

        It offered profound insight into the nature of love.

        But thanks to ABC’s stupidity in constantly switching its time slots and moving it around, it gave the appearance of low ratings.

        The producer of the show tried to relaunch the premise with a rebooted series in 2009 with an all new cast.

        But it just wasn’t the same and lasted only 7 episodes and deserved its absymally low ratings.

        Whoever played Cupid was a total washup and colossal failure.

        He definitely was no Jeremy Piven.

        Piven was spectacular as Cupid.

      • Marlapaige said,

        I am slightly familiar with the TV show Cupid. My mother used to watch it. She also watched the reboot. She thought both were spectacular. But then again, both were her kind of show.

        I don’t really understand the logic. I get it has huge ratings and there are other shows that could benefit from the time slot, but by doing that, you’re forcing a tv show that people CHOOSE not to watch into the timeslot that people watched their show on. You move it once, some can follow it to the new time slot, but they make that a prime slot and you move it again to another shitty slot in favor of another failure show. What you end up with is instead of 2 bad shows being cancelled, you get 12 bad shows being cancelled and 4 great ones. It does’t make any sense. They did the same with Firefly.

      • Dracul Van Helsing said,

        Yes, it’s weird how the television decision making game works.

      • Marlapaige said,

        It almost feels as random as a dart board as the decision maker. Where it lands is where the show landa

      • Dracul Van Helsing said,


      • Marlapaige said,

        Now I want to play darts. I want cheesecake and to ply darts. Why is my brain like this?

      • Dracul Van Helsing said,

        Cheesecake is always good.

      • Marlapaige said,

        Yes it is

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