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The Book of Psalms vs. The New World Order

Thank you, Yuri, for having me at this very illuminating, maybe that's the wrong word, illuminating event, but it's been very interesting learning more about how the world really works. If you'd met me five years ago, you'd have met a very different person.

For one thing, I had a very successful career as a journalist. I wrote for the mainstream media, for the Mail, for the Telegraph, I had a Me column in the Spectator. I wasn't the very top, but I was doing all right, I was making a decent living.

And if you asked me about my belief system, I would have told you how proud I was to be British, how to have been born British would have been to have won the lottery in life. About how delighted I was that Britain ran the world for so long and that the Atlas was coloured pink, and how proud I was of our royal family, so selfless. And about history, I mean, you could have asked me about the moon landings or about the Titanic, and I would have come up with the official version that the first man on the moon was Neil Armstrong.

And the Titanic sank because it hit an iceberg. How much has changed since then? About four years ago, I went on the advanced course in red pillology. I really, I really put on the tinfoil hat big time and went so fast down the rabbit hole that I quickly overtook even those who'd been down there since Kennedy was shot by the Mafia and the other various interests, or people that had been there since 9-11.

I've gone way past them. I used to think in my innocence that maybe of all the conspiracy theories out there, maybe one was true. Maybe it was possible that maybe the first moon landing was faked or, I don't know, maybe it would turn out that Paul from the Beatles really was dead.

But I couldn't possibly imagine that they could all be true because, well, for a number of reasons. I mean, why would they do this to us? Why would they lie to us? What would be their motivation? I mean, surely the media for which I worked, you know, one of those important checks and balances, the media that spoke truth to power, the media would soon find them out. I mean, if, if, as some people said, the Twin Towers really hadn't been brought down by Osama bin Laden, but by the Israelis, say, we'd know about it because investigative journalists would be writing about in the newspapers, and they'd get a scoop, and wouldn't it be great? So anyway, I started looking into these various evil conspiracy theories, which previously I'd been, I think one of the ways that they, with a capital T, get away with this is that most of us self-censor.

Before we, most of us don't even ask the questions, and I was a typical example of this. I would not ask questions because I just knew that that was for the crazy, so I didn't need to investigate because somebody else would have already investigated. So, I began looking, and I realized, as I think most people here have, most people listening, that pretty much all the conspiracies, conspiracy theories are actually conspiracy fact.

I've even reached the stage where I'm not totally sure that we are living on a globe, because you look at the way that the whole notion of the globe is promoted everywhere. For example, the BBC's logo is a globe. That's a big tell.

As much a big tell as I would argue is the fact that the symbol of the Red Army was the inverted satanic star. It's everywhere, and what I realized on my journey down the rabbit hole is how we are manipulated, how we are controlled by Hollywood, how all our favorite bands are, in fact, actually not there to entertain us. They are designed to break up the family unit, to create an intergenerational war, to encourage us to take sex and drugs and enjoy rock and roll to the detriment of, I suppose, a stable society.

And where I am now, looking up at the sky above from the bottom of the rabbit hole, surrounded by the bones of dead children and files of adrenochrome, I find it very, very difficult to be optimistic. It was about the same time that I had these personal revelations about just how bad the world is that a light bulb went off in my head. Well, I'm not sure whether you call it a light bulb, but something entered my head, unbidden, but very welcome, which is the realization that however bad the world is, there is hope.

And what's more, everything that is happening now in the world was foretold in the greatest instruction manual we've been given, which is the Bible. And I started talking in my podcast with all the crazy people talking about conspiracy theories. I started talking about, a phrase came out occasionally, that I'm on a mission from God.

And I don't know where that thought came from. Well, I do, actually. I think probably it was God that probably put the thought in my head.

I suddenly realized that whereas before my life had seemed quite aimless, I suddenly had a purpose. And the purpose was to speak the truth and spread the word on two fronts. The first front, I think, contrary to what some people say, I think it's very important that we know that the Beatles were not four lovable mop tops who came from Liverpool.

And thanks to their remarkable musical skills, they conquered the world. I think it's important that we know that they were created by the Tavistock Institute, as were the Stones. And it's important that we know that the equivalent seen in the US, the Laurel Canyon Sound, the West Coast Sound, was populated by the children of intelligence services and military.

That none of these things were organic. I think it's important that we know this stuff. I don't think this is crazy conspiracy theory stuff, that it is irrelevant to the stuff that's going on in the world right now.

Because once you understand things like the Beatles, the Beatles conspiracy, you understand just how all-encompassing this, the war against us, against humanity, by the forces of darkness, actually is. So part of my mission is to tell the truth about that, about these ugly details, about the reality of our world. But partly it is to spread the word of God.

Lots of people who listen to my podcast have felt the urge. In fact, I noticed on the early freedom marches against the lockdowns and stuff, how many people were talking not about the stupid government and their stupid regulations, they were talking about God. I think there has been an awakening.

I don't know whether the awakening is the enemy's term or not, but people have been waking up both to the reality of what's going on and to the spiritual nature of this war. I know I'm not the first person today to talk about the fact that what is really going on is the age-old battle between good and evil. And we know this because, apart from everything else, they're symbols.

Signs and symbols will be their undoing. You look at all the pop stars posing with Illuminati symbols and signs, you know, the one-eye thing that, you know, Madonna appearing with an eye patch, and this one. These are all drawn from Freemasonry.

We know that in order to make it in the music industry, I was a rock critic for many years, which is probably why I'm particularly interested in the music industry. We know that in order to get beyond a certain level, you have to effectively sign your patch with the devil. I mean, Bob Dylan has talked about this.

He talks about the devil as the chief commander. So, you know, they have signed their souls, literally. It's what they do.

So, what do we do to fight back against this all-encompassing evil? Well, in my journey down the Christianity rabbit hole, which I think is another enormous rabbit hole, I alighted upon the book of Psalms. I mean, obviously, I'm not saying the rest of the Bible is rubbish. There are some good bits in there, too.

But it seems to me that the Psalms contain the essence of the Bible's message. And I think that there is no better indication of this than that Christ, in the Gospels, is often quoting the Psalms. Indeed, he quoted the Psalms on the cross.

When he died, when he was up there on the cross, he said, My God, my God, why hast thou forsaken me? Which, as you know, is the opening line of Psalm 22, which is a prophetic psalm. It was written, what, 1000 BC, 500 BC, a long, long time before the time of Christ. And it has many prophetic moments.

Prophetic moments within the psalm. They pierced my hands and my feet. Well, what is that referring to? I wonder.

They part my garments among them and cast lots upon my vesture. So you've got this wonderful symmetry where Christ on the cross is quoting the psalm that predicted what was going to happen to him. I love the Psalms.

There's a psalm for every occasion. And one of the things I love about the Psalms is the solace they give you in these dark, dark times. I learn the Psalms.

I've so far memorized about 25 psalms, and I repeat them every day when I'm walking the dog, when I'm doing my morning stretches, when I'm having my, in the evening I have a cold shower, and I recite in my head Psalm 144. Blessed be the Lord, my strength that teaches my hands to war and my fingers to fight. And then I go on to, I will lift up my eyes to the hills from whence cometh my help, Psalm 121.

And then I do the, oh yeah, Psalm 33, which is the classic base psalm that I think everyone should learn because it's short and it's a classic. I think when you learn the Psalms, you do what novices in monasteries were trying to do. When you joined a monastery in the Middle Ages, your first requirement was to learn the Psalter.

And I know that some of the Eastern Orthodox people here share my view that when you learn the Psalms, you are filled with the word. It's like a sort of what Harry Potter movies might call defence against dark art. This is a literal defence against art.

It actually works because the devil works through symbols and incantations and dark rituals, but we on the side of light have similar powers, but much greater powers at our disposal. When we recite the Psalms, or even if it's only in our head, when we learn the Psalms, when we read the Psalms, we are filling ourselves with the spirit of the Lord and rendering ourselves, I would say, impervious to the massive evil that is all about us. On the recommendation of Alex Thompson, I learned Psalm 110 recently.

Psalm 110 is another of the prophetic Psalms. It's a priest forever after the order of Melchizedek. It acknowledges him as a king.

And there's a final glorious bit where it acknowledges him as a warrior. And it goes, The Lord upon thy right hand shall wound even kings in the day of his wrath. He shall judge among the heathen. He shall fill the places with the dead bodies, and smite in sunder the rulers over divers countries.

So however bad things are going to get, we know that Jesus, the wrath of Jesus, is going to be mighty. And those enemies who are currently making our lives so miserable are going to be confounded and defeated.

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J. Delingpole


James Delingpole is an English writer, journalist, and columnist who has written for a number of publications, including the Daily Mail, the Daily Express, and The Times.