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Artificial Intelligence: A Secular Look At The Digital Antichrist

August 12, 2022

By Brandon Smith

Why do globalists have a deep rooted obsession with Artificial Intelligence (AI)? What is it about the fervent quest for an autonomous digitized brain that sends them into fits of ecstasy? Is it all about what AI can do for them and their agenda, or, is there also a darker “occult” element to the concept that is so appealing?

The World Economic Forum, an organization dedicated to the globalist “Great Reset” agenda, the Fourth Industrial Revolution and the “Shared Economy,” dedicates a large portion of every annual meeting in Davos, Switzerland to discussion on AI and the expansion of its influence over daily life.

The United Nations holds extensive policy sessions on AI and has been spending a considerable amount of energy to establish “ethics rules” for the development and use of Artificial Intelligence. At the core of the UN’s efforts is the assertion that only the UN is qualified to dictate and control AI technologies; for the good of all mankind, of course. AI governance is slated to go into full effect by 2030 according to the UN’s own white papers (All globalist institutions have set 2030 as the target date for all of their projects).

Another lesser known but substantial organization is the World Government Summit held every year in Dubai. These summits are attended by many national leaders and representatives as well as corporate CEOs and celebrities. The primary subjects of focus at the WGS are usually climate change propaganda, centralization of the global economy, Transhumanism and AI.

Most of the public discussions on AI revolve around positive narratives; we are meant to be convinced on the many great advancements that AI technology will provide. Some of the “advantages” include transhumanist health modifications, computer implants in the body or brain, and even nanobots which may one day be advanced enough to change our very cells. In other words, in order to benefit from AI we must become less human and more machine.

Other supposed benefits require a vast array of new systems (some of them are being built now) that would allow algorithms to monitor every facet of our lives. Globalists often refer to these systems as the “internet of things” – Every appliance you own, the car you drive, every computer, every cell phone, every surveillance camera, every stop light, everything would be centralized into a single AI network within a city, and each city would be connected in a great spider’s web to a national AI database.

The Internet of Things is regularly mentioned in conjunction with climate change governance and carbon restrictions. The purpose is crystal clear – Governments and corporate elites want the ability to monitor every watt of energy you use everyday. This kind of full spectrum information makes it easier to dictate our decisions and our access to goods and services. They would have total control of anyone living within these “Smart Cities.” Your entire life, every second, would be watched and scrutinized.

But how could this be made possible? Millions upon millions of people living day-to-day; that’s a LOT of data to sift through to find anyone not following the rules. This is one of the reasons why the globalists are salivating over AI technologies – It’s the only tool available to collect and delineate mass data collection in real time.

Already, there are efforts to use AI systems to predict crime before it happens (pre-crime). These experiments are rather overhyped as they don’t actually predict specific crimes or identify specific criminals. Rather, they use statistical analysis to predict which areas of a city certain crimes are most likely to occur. You don’t need AI for this, any cop that’s worked in a city long enough can tell you when and where certain crimes are most likely to happen.

Hilariously, AI algorithms have recently been accused of “racial bias” when it comes to the areas they select for predictive crime, because often these areas tend to be in predominantly black neighborhoods and the most predicted criminals tend to be young black men. So, the computers have been accused of racial profiling just as many cops are accused of racial profiling.

Just another classic contradiction of the political left: They love the idea of climate change restrictions, transhumanism, and even AI surveillance when it suits them, but a computer does not care about your feelings and it doesn’t care about social taboos. It only cares about the numbers.

And this is where we get into the greater dangers inherent in AI. Imagine a world micro-managed by a cold dead algorithm that views you as only one of two things: A resource or a threat.

Prediction of pre-crime is nonsense; algorithms monitor habits and patterns and human beings tend to break patterns abruptly. People are affected by crisis events in different ways that are impossible to portend. There are far too many variables and there will never be a system that is able to predict the future, but that’s not going to stop the globalists from trying to force the issue.

AI governance is an inevitability according to globalist institutions – They claim that one day Artificial Intelligence will be used to govern whole societies and dole out punishment based on scientifically efficient models. They act as if this is just the natural path of mankind and one we cannot avoid, but in reality it is a self-fulfilling prophesy. It’s not necessarily meant to happen, it is being engineered to happen.

AI proponents argue that the algorithms cannot act with the same bias that humans do, therefore, they would be the best possible judges of human behavior. Every decision from production to distribution to healthcare to schooling to law and order would be managed by AI as a means to achieve ultimate “equity.”

As noted above, they’ve already run into the road block of statistical probability and the fact that even if AI is left to autonomously make decisions devoid of emotion, millions of people will still see those decisions as biased. And, in some ways they would be right.

The most logical decision is not always the most moral decision. Furthermore, an AI is programmed by its creator and can be engineered to make decisions with the creator’s biases in mind. Who gets to program the AI? Who gets to dictate its coding? Global elitists?

And here is where we get to the more “spiritual” element of the AI issue in relation to the globalists.

A couple years back I wrote an article titled ‘Luciferianism: A Secular Look At A Destructive Globalist Belief System.’ My goal in that piece was to outlined the large amount of evidence that globalists are in fact a kind of cult of organized psychopaths (people without empathy that take joy in destruction for the sake of personal gain). I concluded that globalists do indeed have a religion, and their root belief system according to the evidence is Luciferianism.

Yes, I’m sure there will be naysayers out there that will scoff at this notion, but the facts are undeniable. There is a distinct occult element to globalism, and Luciferianism pops up consistently as the root philosophy. I think I broke this down rather effectively in the article and I won’t rehash all the evidence here; people are welcome to read it if they wish.

I wrote from a secular standpoint because Luciferianism is an inherently destructive ideology even when viewed outside of the lens of Christian belief. Beyond that, there are psychological elements that need to be addressed that Christianity often ignores. Luciferian philosophy is tailor made for narcissistic and sociopathic people. The root of the cult is about “special” human beings that are not hindered by the boundaries of conscience, morals or ethics. Lack of empathy is seen as an advantage to progress and the ultimate goal of Luciferianism is godhood – A person becoming like a god, whether through being worshiped by others, the power of influence or by technological methods of extending life and abilities.

But what does this have to do with AI?

I believe that globalists view AI with such reverence because they think it is a new form of life, or an ultimate form of life – A life that they are creating (as gods create life). And, if you think about it symbolically, this new “life” is actually made in the image of its creators: It has no empathy, no remorse, no guilt, no love. For lack of a better word, it is soulless, much like globalist psychopaths are soulless.

If we are to look at AI in religious terms for a moment – AI is a kind of antithesis to the figure of Christ. Christ represents an all-knowing form of ultimate love and ultimate self sacrifice according to Christian doctrine. I don’t think there is a word for what AI ultimately represents. The only term that seems to fit is “Antichrist”: The all seeing eye. A rulership of a super-intelligence devoid of humanity.

To be clear, I DO NOT believe in end-of-the-world concepts portrayed by those that adhere to more popular interpretations of Revelations. I think the world changes. I think empires rise and fall and this can often be seen as the “end of the world” when it’s really just the end of an epoch. That said, I wholeheartedly believe in the existence of evil; evil being defined as willfully deceitful or destructive actions for purely personal or organizational benefit, such as murder or enslavement. Evil does indeed exist and is an observable element of human life.

There are also traits of humanity that lead to good, that prevent us from self destruction when we listen to them. Conscience, reason, wisdom and often faith can provide a shield against evil actions for the majority of us. If we didn’t have these pillars within our psyches we would have annihilated ourselves long ago. But, there are some who do not have conscience, that do not have empathy and they despise these traits as “limiting.”

AI is being designed by these kinds of people. And maybe they won’t cause the “end of the world” in terms we commonly understand (or in biblical terms), but over time they could take away everything that makes humanity worthy of the world. In a way, this would be an Apocalypse. It would be a living nightmare run by psychopathic people using sociopathic artificial intelligence, actively encouraging and enabling the masses to abandon their human bodies to become digital monstrosities and technological chimera.

If successful, it really would be the ultimate defilement of nature, or of God’s design if that is what you believe in. The pursuit of godhood is not worth it for most of us, but for the globalists it is the dream of an age, and they will do ANYTHING to achieve it.



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  • JACK+SHULL August 12, 2022 at 4:35 am

    Brandon, do you believe in what the Bible says?

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      Brandon Smith August 12, 2022 at 5:21 am

      It’s not really relevant what I believe, only what I can prove matters here. Also, what the Bible says is often up for interpretation according to which group you ask.

      • Edward August 12, 2022 at 7:50 am

        Maybe so. But your article does seem to describe the image of the Beast.

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          Brandon Smith August 12, 2022 at 12:26 pm

          Maybe, or maybe the globalists just want it to seem that way so evangelical Christians give up and do nothing while they wait around to be whisked away by some “rapture.”

          • kmose August 14, 2022 at 3:30 pm

            Also, the basis for the prophecies in Revelations was the Roman empire at the time. People were already chafing under zillions of regulations and laws and sick and tired of being catalogued and classified and quantified and of chronic inflation. The Roman Empire was crushing the individual for the “greater good.” Astute observers could see where government was headed even then. Humanity will not survive government. This inclination to be ruled by others in the species is irrational and a major genetic flaw.

          • trout August 15, 2022 at 2:20 pm

            The Bible is either 100% true or 100% false. There is no in between, because even if one part is false the entire book cannot be trusted. Almost 1/3 of the Bible is prophecy. When Jesus came the first time, He fulfilled over 100 prophecies. The fact that He fulfilled just 8 of them is 10 to the 17th power (or 1 in 100,000,000,000,000,000). There are even more prophecies concerning the end times and the return of Jesus. If all of them were true and fulfilled at His first coming (which they were), then it stands to reason they will be true for His 2nd coming. And there is a difference between the Rapture (which is also called the appearing since He only is in the clouds) and the 2nd coming where Jesus actually places His feet on the Mount of Olives.

            As to the rapture – this is also stated in 1 Thessalonians 4:16-18
            16 For the Lord Himself will descend from heaven with a shout, with the voice of an archangel, and with the trumpet of God. And the dead in Christ will rise first. 17 Then we who are alive and remain shall be caught up together with them in the clouds to meet the Lord in the air. And thus we shall always be with the Lord. 18 Therefore comfort one another with these words.

            The term “caught up” in the original Greek is harpazo, which is where we get the latin vulgate term of rapturo, i.e. rapture, meaning to quickly catch away.

            But other verses declare what will happen to Christians (also known as the Bride of Christ):
            Revelation 3:10, to the faithful church: “10 Because you have kept My command to persevere, I also will keep you FROM the hour of trial (Tribulation) which shall come upon the whole world, to test those who dwell on the earth.”

            Isaiah 26:20 Take Refuge from the Coming Judgment (Tribulation)
            20 Come, my people, enter your chambers (Bridal),
            And shut your doors behind you;
            Hide yourself, as it were, for a little moment,
            Until the indignation is past.
            21 For behold, the Lord comes out of His place
            To punish the inhabitants of the earth for their iniquity;
            The earth will also disclose her blood,
            And will no more cover her slain. ” (Indignation also known as the Tribulation)

            The study of eschatology is fascinating. I find it interesting that you can see the very beast system being set up that both Daniel 9-12 speaks about as well as Revelation, yet don’t believe the books – how else would they have been able to prophecy exactly what would be to come 2500 and 2000 years prior without it being revealed by God Himself?

            And Christians aren’t told to give up – the Bible says to run the race with perseverance and to be salt and light to the Earth, standing for righteousness. We keep our shoulders to the plow until He deems fit to take us out – whether thru physical death or thru the Rapture. Maranatha!

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            Brandon Smith August 15, 2022 at 2:26 pm

            Interpretations of the bible are OFTEN wrong. Rapture cults in early 1900’s America predicted an array of dates when they would be whisked off from the Earth and be saved from “Judgement Day.” It never happened. Nowhere in the bible does it say WHEN the event is supposed to occur. Also, nowhere does it say that Christians will be saved from the fight. NOWHERE. “Tribulation” could mean ANYTHING. So, be prepared for the worst, because there’s a good chance you’ll be slogging away against the NWO with the “non-believers.”

          • J.M. August 23, 2022 at 2:53 pm

            That part is unlikely given how they are obsessed in de-christianizing society and blotting out christianity in all educational curricula and especially pop culture fed to the future generations, just as if they were trying to erase everything christian from the world. Even the targetting patterns of the “holy mRNA needle” seem to be focused in those countries and regions that are or were Christian in some way or another (Europe, North America, Hispanic America, Brazil, Philippines, Australia).

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            Brandon Smith August 23, 2022 at 3:24 pm

            A couple of fallacies in that statement: “De-christianizing” society doesn’t exclude using false representations of Christian doctrine to mislead Christians. Look at how the globalist Pope is misrepresenting doctrine to promote global governance and global religion. So, your argument makes no sense in that regard. OF COURSE they would encourage rapture doctrine that was fabricated in the early 1900s to get Christians to not fight back. Why wouldn’t they? This hurts Christianity in the long run, it doesn’t help it. Also, the vaccines were spread EVERYWHERE, all across Asia, all across Africa, all across South America. The globalists want to control or kill EVERYONE, not just Christians. Beyond that, this has nothing to do with rapture ideology claiming that Christians will get whisked away before the struggle happens. If anything, it supports my position that they will be stuck here to struggle along with everyone else.

      • YoursInChrist August 14, 2022 at 3:07 pm

        “what the Bible says is often up for interpretation according to which group you ask.” Couldn’t you say the same thing about politics? If you are not aware of the truth, it just sounds like people arguing. The primary reason we feel the need for interpretation of our Bibles from a group or organization is because that is how they want us to feel. I encourage all to read and pray for understanding, and challenge your “Church” leaders where they are wrong. Most of these leaders do not like a challenge because they know they have nothing to back up their Doctrines.

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          Brandon Smith August 14, 2022 at 3:16 pm

          The difference is that political positions can be proven correct or incorrect through analysis and time, religious questions are metaphysical and are by their very nature impossible to prove or disprove, at least for now. But you do illustrate my primary problem with doctrine – which is that I don’t usually trust the people interpreting it, because many of them have their own agendas and biases. I can have my own interpretations also, but people are NEVER going to agree unless God comes down from the heavens and sets everyone straight, and even then I bet you some people will still argue about what God meant.

          • YoursInChrist August 14, 2022 at 5:40 pm

            Thank you for your response, Brandon. I appreciate that you are out there truly helping people and engaging with your followers.

            Christianity is not a religion. Mankind has turned it into one. It is a Faith, not a practice. The Faith is in God’s promise, also known as God’s Word (not the Bible). God’s Promise is very clearly laid out by Jesus and His Apostles and was spoken of by the prophets prior to His Coming.

            There is only one interpretation of this promise, although it is wildly abused and perverted by organized religion to the point that it is so watered down you can hardly taste it.

            I have actually begun to work on a website and will have a blog, actually inspired by yours. People need assurance of Salvation, they need Truth. My thinking is much like yours but on the topic of Christianity. Follow the facts and get to the point. I would love it if you would check out my current content and give it some thought. You can also hammer me with hard questions if you wish. The Truth will always hold up to scrutiny. My site is Bible study without the “B.S.” I can prove every insight offered in Scripture, these are not my opinions or interpretations. You seem to be seeking Truth, and I would love to give back to you as you have given to me with your political Truths. Your site has given me peace of mind in being properly informed without all of the “B.S.”

            God already came down from the Heavens to set everyone straight on Truth and Salvation. It certainly did not fix mankind, but it wasn’t supposed to. Jesus Christ Conquered Death for those who are being saved. His Faithful followers have been historically known for holding to His Name and His Truth in the face of severe torture and death because they know that they have the promise. That promise is greater than anything this world has to offer.

  • Gazza August 12, 2022 at 5:56 am

    Great reply Brandon ultimately it comes down to the truth of the matter. And as the bible says all things are permissible but not all things are beneficial and everything should done in love.
    This should be the ultimate truth that guides us defines our actions.

  • Justa Guy August 12, 2022 at 6:38 am

    Honestly, I don’t think the “globalist” can even be considered human because they lack what makes a human being a human being instead of just like the other animals. I’ll stop short of saying they are “reptilian” or other such nonsense, but it might be possible they are under total mind control by something we have not yet been introduced to.

    You can tell who the psychopaths are when they have billions of dollars and instead of solving world hunger they focus on depopulation through vaccines or climate change (it is they who are trying to change the climate, but for who? Certainly no humanity).

  • RAFO August 12, 2022 at 7:50 am

    I can just hear the Serpent telling our ancestors “You too can be as God”… AI is the forbidden fruit and we’re taking a bit bight out of it. It will come back to bight us after taking total control. No human mind will be able to combat it. Only Jesus Christ Himself will be able to destroy it at His second coming, which this is all surely leading up to. It’s all spelled out in Daniel and Revelation, no matter what version of scripture you read. More than likely the Antichrist of Revelation is in some way AI enhanced as to be able to totally control every man, woman and child on Earth. Time to get right with the Lord!

  • KopfDrop August 12, 2022 at 9:17 am

    After getting a glimpse into your theology, I’m surprised to discover a sort of Jordan Petersonian “Christianity is a useful worldview” mindset

    You’re a smart guy, Brandon. You acknowledge the true evil the world, the obvious totalitarian goals of the elites, and their hankering for Luciferianism… but you think it’s a coincidence that all of this is prophesized in Daniel/Ezekiel/Revelation?

    Is Jesus just a symbol for you? Or do you think He’s alive?

    Maybe you phrased things this way in your article to prevent scaring away agnotistic/atheistic readers, but I’m just trying to make sense of your worldview. You’re one of the few journalists that I read anymore, so understanding your worldview is very important.

    Looking at things through a biblical lens is what makes everything click together for me. Not trying to belittle your perspective or put words in your mouth. Just trying to understand.

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      Brandon Smith August 12, 2022 at 12:24 pm

      My religious worldview doesn’t matter. This is the great downfall of Christian movements today – people are always trying to weigh and measure if a person believes EXACTLY as they do before they take that person’s observations into account. I’m not saying that’s what you are doing, just that if you “need” to know my religious position then know that it’s nuanced and we probably don’t agree on everything.

      • BeyondMind August 12, 2022 at 2:18 pm

        @Brandon- I understand your nuanced take on religion. First, there is the wastefulness of arguing who said what, 100s of years ago, which given the immediacy of our situation only benefits our enemies. Then there is the Council of Nicaea in 325 AD. This council of Christian bishops, convened by Roman Emperor Constantine I, determined which books were considered canon and which were to be thrown out. Now, I’d trust a Roman Emperor with overseeing the construction a critical road, but I would never trust a Roman Emperor with my spiritual salvation. Pax Romana was about power and control (not unlike Pax Americana, btw), not spiritual salvation of the masses.
        To understand the nuance of “recorded” history, you don’t need to look any further than the Marxist “1619 Project”. Biden and company are trying to rewrite history to frame the entire American Project- Freedom, Liberty & Self-Determination- as racist. Study and learn from history, but understand it was often written by humans paid for by other humans, who were often driven by greed, power, lust, hate and many other vices.
        Ask yourself, how many truly altruistic people do you know? How many people do you know who would sacrifice everything for the truth? Hmmm, Edward Snowden and Julian Assange come to mind and look what has happened to them.

        • David Homer August 13, 2022 at 11:05 am

          Perhaps you need to get to know some better than average people. I personally know hundreds who are willing to sacrifice everything for the truth. If they are actually required to make that sacrifice some of them might fail but many would follow through. Exactly what is true could be the biggest problem most of us face. You have to follow your inner compass or you will be lost. I don’t always agree with Brandon but his compass points in almost exactly the same direction as mine. I am religious and Brandon is not but that still leaves a lot of truth we agree on. I hope some day that all like minded people will have the freedom we deserve and those that would enslave us are gone. When that day comes Brandon and I will still agree on most things.

          • Poppythemouse August 13, 2022 at 12:58 pm

            Everyone has lost their mind. Brandon IS religious!

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            Brandon Smith August 13, 2022 at 3:50 pm

            I believe in a higher power and a creative design for the universe, there is just too much scientific evidence to support the idea. And, I greatly respect the values directly attributed to the words of Jesus Christ, but I also take issue with certain doctrines and I think the Church has lost its way over the centuries (or been corrupted). If there is a church out there for me, I haven’t found it yet. But I will defend your right to be Christian, and I’ll defend it to the death if necessary.

          • BeyondMind August 13, 2022 at 7:04 pm

            @David Homer- Altruistic was the wrong word. I meant to say dedicated to the truth and putting the pursuit of it, above all else.

            Look at how many people took the jab without thinking about the consequences of taking, a never before used on humans, gene therapy “vaccine”. Look at all the young adults dying of Sudden Adult Death Syndrome, now called “SADS”. Almost all of my extended family- my side and wife’s side- took the jab. These people are smart, highly educated, and almost all would call themselves Christians. Yet, they cannot think for themselves, nor are they interested in asking hard questions. I’m more than five decades into this life, and I’ve come to the hard realization that most humans are “herd animals”. Many consider themselves “freethinkers”, but in reality they are more interested in going along to get along. They prefer the warmth and comfort of the herd to the solitude of thinking for themselves.

            In my pursuit of truth, I have come to the realization that this path requires me to constantly re-evaluate my biases and suppositions. Most people hold on to their biases for dear life, because they define their social circle. Holding “unpopular” ideas would end some friendships, and that is too much for many of them.

            Spiritually, I am more aligned with esoteric Christanity and gnosticism, and NO I will never be like a god. The “New Age” movement is Luciferianism, brought to you by the Lucis Trust. That said, if you are dedicated to the truth and cannot see the “Archonic” like forces among us, I think you are in denial. We live in a material realm of free will. Here, God allows all- good and bad, light and dark. Many in the secret societies choose to embrace both light and dark- the left hand path. I’ve chosen the right hand path- truth, light.

            Jesus did blaze the way on how to lead a good life:
            John 14:6- “I am the way and the truth and the life. No one comes to the Father except through me.”

            Here’s my favorite reading from Edgar Cayce, a conservative Christian know as “The Sleeping Prophet”
            (Question) Should the Christ Consciousness be described as the aware- ness within each soul, imprinted in pattern on the mind and waiting to be awakened by the will, of the soul’s oneness with God?
            (Answer) Correct. That’s the idea exactly!
            – Reading #5749-14

            Just so I’m clear, if God is an infinite number of beaches, your soul is just a grain of sand on one beach. You will never be a “god” or “god-like”, but you can know your oneness with the creator of all.

            I’m not interested in fighting over interpretations of the Bible. Are you a seeker of truth, the light? If so, I am your brother. But as Brandon has implied, no one is coming to save your candy ass. Get off your butt.

        • Pippythecar August 13, 2022 at 12:56 pm

          What a lot of word salad. Do you even have a point or do you just like to hear yourself think?

      • Naturalone August 12, 2022 at 10:23 pm

        A very wise reply Brandon. You voiced my own feelings on the subject.

      • Duffman August 13, 2022 at 1:04 pm

        My view is that there is a higher power but i cannot see myself adhering to any organized doctrine out there on the market. They are all man’s interpretation of something we cannot fully comprehend. The most frightening thing for most people to face is we don’t know who we are or why we are here. The best thing we can do to listen to God is to understand what brings out the best in us as humans and perpetuates free will thinking and actions. Our conscience and moral standing are the best divining rods we have in a world we cannot understand. I don’t have anything against organized religion because it does help give some who need guidance that extra advice they and they alone need, hence the varying interpretations of biblical scripture. They are just not for me personally.

      • YoursInChrist August 14, 2022 at 2:48 pm

        Actually, the biggest problem in the “Church” today is blindly following religious leaders and their “interpretations” of the holy scriptures. Much of that comes from the misinterpretation of biblical words and the perversion of the Gospel of Jesus Christ. Organized religion, similarly to centralization, has turned people away from the truth. Jesus and his Apostles warn of this, it is nothing new. Much like your excellent political analysis, which I hold in high regards, there is a truth that is very clear in scripture. It is just not for everyone’s ears to hear. To help steer onto the right path, you might ask yourself: What is the Church? What is the Biblical definition of Repent? What is God’s Word? Am I a Sinner or a Saint? What is the Old and New Covenant and when did the New Covenant begin?

    • Chris C August 12, 2022 at 3:52 pm

      excellent comment @KopfDrop.
      There are only 3 options for the historically proven existence of Jesus of Nazareth:
      1. Lord (the real deal, who He claimed he was: God in the flesh)
      2. Liar (he was not who he claimed to be).
      3. Lunactic
      Make your choice: there are no others.
      As the late (now deceased) Chuck Missler once said:
      “My own personal background has been in the information sciences—computers, communication, cryptography, and the like. With graduate degrees in engineering and business, and having spent a 30-year career in the corporate boardrooms of over a dozen high-tech enterprises, I have become most profoundly impressed by two astonishing discoveries:
      – The 66 books which we call the Bible constitute a highly integrated message system. What makes this so astonishing is the fact that they were penned by more than forty different people over a period of several thousand years!1 Yet we now discover that virtually every detail of the Biblical text evidences a highly skillful integrated design from cover to cover. In fact, every word, every place name, every detail was apparently placed there (in the original) deliberately as part of an overall intricate plan.
      – What is even more astounding is that it can be demonstrated that the origin of this intricate design is from outside of our dimension of space and time.”
      Grace and Peace to you and your household. -CC

      • Naturalone August 12, 2022 at 11:06 pm

        Not so fast Chris. Your three options are not the only options. You see, accepting your choices as the only ones available hinges on a premise that quite possibly is a falicy. And that premise is the existence of a historical Jesus. Before you start jumping into intradimensional space and time with the way the texts were written perhaps you should understand that ancient writers and historians were very adept with certain writing styles such as typology. And mixing in allegory and satire to produce something that may not have been intended to be read as historical but actually literary. Not to say that the writers weren’t divinely inspired because spiritual truths can appear in many forms. I do agree with you however, that the texts display a highly skillful and integrated design. And finally I would recommend the book Caesar’s Messiah by Joseph Atwill if you’re inclined to peak further into this rabbit hole.

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          Brandon Smith August 13, 2022 at 12:50 am

          Jesus was surely a real historical figure, as there are multiple Roman figures living at that time that mentioned him; but the most convincing evidence is the fact that he was crucified. The concept is that historical embarrassment is the most compelling evidence of the existence of a person. At that time NO ONE would have willingly created or imagined a divine figure that was crucified because crucifixion was considered the most depraved form of execution imaginable; it was a source of ultimate shame. If Jesus had been imagined then the people behind the story would never have had their hero die in such a horrible and degrading way.

          • Tom McLaughlin August 14, 2022 at 11:52 am

            Agreed, and you, have to remember Jesus came to die for our sins, the perfect Lamb. The OT pointed to a saviour of all mankind’s sin, the Jews, blinded by traditions, missed Him. They were looking for a king to deliver them from the Romans not from their sins.

          • YoursInChrist August 14, 2022 at 3:15 pm

            Well said, and after his resurrection, all of the Apostles and others who were martyred for His name even up to our generation is proof of something very real. Never has a human being been more influential. Even making our calendar and all History centered around Him.

            “And, I greatly respect the values directly attributed to the words of Jesus Christ,” Regarding this comment, what are your thoughts on the Sermon on the Mount?

          • kmose August 14, 2022 at 3:42 pm

            He also wasn’t the only Judean rebel preacher at the time. Those people never gave the Romans a moment of peace. Revolt after revolt. They also were the least likely to be enslaved, due to diet and not working on the Sabbath. They simply don’t allow their culture to be undermined or diluted.

      • YoursInChrist August 14, 2022 at 3:18 pm

        Are you a Sinner or a Saint?

  • Rodster August 12, 2022 at 10:21 am

    Stephen Hawking warned us many times about the development of AI. He said as AI grows it will get to the point where it views humans as a threat to its existence and would eventually eliminate us. We are on a very bad trajectory just looking at some of the projects that Google started such as Petman and their militarized dogs, who now work as a team. There are YT videos on both projects. I have no doubt it far more advanced now.

    The thing with AI and Globalists is that they want eternal life. That is their Ponce De Leon achievement. That’s another reason why they are pushing transhumanism. That is their ultimate goal. It is the same goal Ray Kurzweil was in pursuit of. The other is “control” but more importantly, enternal life is something the Davos group are after and that’s why they have made a pact with the Devil by advancing AI at all cost.

    Glenn Beck did a fascinating piece on AI and the dangers of its advancements which is what Stephen Hawking was concerned about as well.

  • BeyondMind August 12, 2022 at 12:14 pm

    Brandon, great article, as was your article titled ‘Luciferianism: A Secular Look At A Destructive Globalist Belief System’ from Feb 2019- very prescient, considering our current times.

    For those of you who would like to see the archived article on Brandon’s old site with the comments, here is the link:

  • woody188 August 12, 2022 at 12:18 pm

    AI is an interesting topic. Most seem to assume things would end up more like Skynet and less like Small Wonder.

    At its core, AI is simply the ability to learn and apply that knowledge. I would guess that would mean that a true AI would have the ability for good or evil, just like every human being. Should some morals be built-in (aka Asimov), or should they simply be taught?

    I guess it’s hard to hold AI accountable for evil when entire nations full of atheists exist and perform atrocities as a matter of their normal discourse. Perhaps AI will be just as human as the rest of us.

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      Brandon Smith August 12, 2022 at 12:19 pm

      The ability to learn is not the same as the ability to have empathy or a conscience. I don’t think AI will ever have the capacity to understand good and evil.

  • Gauntlet33 August 12, 2022 at 12:56 pm

    Brandon, you’re a genius. I kept wondering who the “AntiChrist” would be as depicted in the Bible, and I often thought that no one person would be able to be so completely charming to everyone, but now I believe that the evil deceiver may fool most of the sheep under the guise of AI – as “accepting the science” has become the sheep’s “God”.

  • AL August 12, 2022 at 1:28 pm

    With all this talk about AI and observing how many things in our daily lives have changed over the last few years (even prior to covid) we have all been helping to create our replacements for lack of a better word.

    When news articles began allowing comments, eventually I realized that is a clever way to get into everyone’s head. While most comments are of a smart ass nature (and many are quite funny) that points out one very important aspect of human nature. People love the chance at being the star or being popular and will volunteer just about anything without hesitation. Even this very site can be part of the information gathering plan. As a side note, it’s interesting that when Brandon switched to the .US domain, this site and another that I visit, offered commenting at about the same time. I’m not saying this site, or the other I frequent, is deliberately part of some info gathering plan, but the comments are on line for all to see. I just find it interesting that commenting has been much more pertinent across the board. Remember. If it’s on line it’s no longer private info. The only way to get into your head is if you let them.

    Of course Facebook and similar social sites took the personal information gathering concept and perfected it. The games that show up asking what your first (whatever) was is a way to get your pass phrase to accounts. The point is AI can’t be made to function reliably until it’s properly trained, or perhaps, becomes humanized. Every bit of info that one posts on line can be (is) harvested and stored. I bet every seemingly harmless “smiley” emotion to a story or photo is collected. AI is being talked about much more often now as if it’s new but I assure you it is not new. We have been training it since the advent of the internet.

    In regards to Christianity, it has effectively been watered down from its origins to the point where it’s become what I might call “feel good Christianity.” If anyone studies the lives of saints they will quickly realize how dangerous it is to be a true Christian. But God will never give us more than we can handle. However, we must put God first in everything. Become dead to this world but alive to the next.

    St. Justin preaches, “The creator of every anti-Christian ideology is the Antichrist, directly or indirectly. In reality, every ideology can be put into categories: those on the side of Christ and those on the side of Antichrist. Man, in actuality, is in the world to solve one problem: is he with Christ or against Him? Every man, whether he wants to or not, solves this problem. He is either a lover of Christ of a fighter against Christ – a third does not exist. A worshipper of Christ or a hater of Christ.”

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      Brandon Smith August 12, 2022 at 4:29 pm

      Yeah, not buying the last part. There are plenty of good people that are indifferent to Christianity; they don’t hate it, but they aren’t devout either. I’m not going to lump them in with the Luciferians.

      • Paul August 14, 2022 at 7:02 am

        Ahh, but you make the point in your response here beautifully because in Gods mind it doesn’t matter what you think. Your opinion doesn’t change the truth. Man can not serve two masters. You are either for Him or against Him. There are only two choices. What seems wise to a man is foolish to God. On the flip side it is not mine nor any other humans job to discern or judge who is saved and who isn’t. Our job is to only love God with all our heart, soul and mind. Second to that is to love each other. You obviously love your fellow man or you would not waste your time here trying to be a light in the world. Try to understand how bright your light would be if you gave your entire life to the one true God. Blessings to you friend!

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          Brandon Smith August 14, 2022 at 12:22 pm

          I’m not concerned about what God thinks because I’ll probably never know. I’ll just do what my conscience tells me to do and hope for the best. I am concerned about people’s biased interpretations and how they affect our future survival, though, and Christians need to accept the fact that they will need “non-believers” in the future if they ever hope to survive what is coming. This is why rapture ideology is so dangerous, it creates apathy, but it’s also an elitist attitude that divides Christians from allies that could help them defend freedom.

          • YoursInChrist August 14, 2022 at 6:50 pm

            Everybody will face God. He gave you your conscience. I share your concern with biased interpretation. The “rapture doctrine” is a man-made doctrine based on a few unclear passages. It is a fairy tale made to make us feel better at most. Anything that is made up like this does damage to the Faith. People should really focus on what is clear as day in scripture and stop making stuff up about a passage that they can’t understand. If you are a Christian be awake to the fact that there will be suffering in this life. Truly though, a real Christian does not need anyone to save them, Jesus Christ already took care of that and conquered death to seal the deal. Additionally, our great country would not exist if it were not for Christians.

        • Justa Guy August 17, 2022 at 7:55 am

          Show me somebody that limits themselves to only two choices, and I will show you a slave and an idiot. The propaganda has been laid on thick for decades and the ridiculous idea of that one must choose either of two bad options is just what the globalist REQUIRE for their success.

          You can continue to pick between the choices others offer. Brandon believes in “God”, but like me he also has the good sense to know that exactly who or what God is is beyond our ability to know.

          • YoursInChrist August 18, 2022 at 5:09 pm

            I understand how this is an offense in your eyes. If you believe Jesus Christ is comparable to a Slave and an Idiot, or “propaganda”, that is yours to believe. Along with yourself, most people at that time clearly did not think highly of Him or his followers. They were also offended by what he had to say. Christians consider what he did the definition of Love. A Love that only He has to offer and we have the privilege of sharing. I will pray for you, my fellow freedom fighter, don’t try and stop me!

  • Roundball Shaman August 12, 2022 at 3:34 pm

    “Why do globalists have a deep rooted obsession with Artificial Intelligence (AI)?”
    They love anything that just ‘Follows Orders’ without question and makes them feel like gods who control everything.
    “… is there also a darker ‘occult’ element to the concept that is so appealing?”
    It’s not just an occult element. It is entirely firmly rooted in the Dark Path and anti-Life dogma that They have passed down and lived by for centuries.
    “The Internet of Things…”
    Is a control system… period. All of the People of the World as puppets on a string being held by the Predatory Dark State Elitists with delusions of godhood. They already have all the money in the World They could ever want. What they haven’t had… and They have lusted over for centuries… is total control over all the People of the World. With the Internet of Things that dark dream (for Them, nightmare for us) is just about fully in their filthy grasp. Turning flesh-and-blood beings into soulless things to be used and abused for the benefit and pleasure of the worst among us.
    The ‘benefit’ of AI (for Them) is the terrible threat of AI (for us)… AI simply does what one programs it to do. That programming can be for ‘good’ or for the worst kind of evil. And does anyone want to take bets on which of these two choices will manifest most? Just look to the behavior of the Elitist Puppeteers for the answer.
    Regardless of what anyone tells you… AI will never reach consciousness or be some form of life. What it will do is IMITATE Life. It will have the outward appearing of being alive but in fact it will be dead inside without a hint of a soul of its own. And all They can do in the future is make that imitation look more convincing but no more real.
    For whatever good it could do… AI is more Anti-Life than anything else. It celebrates submission and dead machinery-ness and does nothing to promote Life.
    Having spirit and a soul comes from Our Source Creator and no where else. Not in some geek lab with Woked-Up Marxists trying to out-do each other in creating the next level of Soulless AI Monster.
    Why do ‘They’ like AI? Because AI is as dead inside as They are. As empty and without good purpose as They are.
    As a ‘machine’… AI itself is neutral. It can be programmed to do ‘good’ or the absence of good. But since ‘They’ only do what benefits and enriches Them and gives Them more power and control over the human race… anyone who cares to look can see which way this is going to go. Into the Darkness that spiritual traditions have long warned us about that would consume the Earth in the fullness of Time when we all are herded back into the Dark Cave that humans worked so hard to emerge from eons ago.
    And dragging our puppets strings in there along with us.

  • John Taylor August 12, 2022 at 3:49 pm

    I ran across this video…
    In order to understand the anti-Christ, one needs to understand what Jesus meant when he stated that ‘many will come in my name’. Here we have a great example of how the Holy Spirit rolled up specific information in the words of Jesus Christ and has now unrolled them so that this information is now available to Christians.

    Warning: do not blaspheme the Holy Spirit

  • Nacho August 12, 2022 at 5:48 pm

    Another superb article, glad to see you acknowledge the evil force behind this infernal project” this is in deed a spiritual war, that has physical manifestations in the geopolitical events we see everyday, believer in faith or not, all of us will be hard pressed, not to see the coming “health passport” and its similarities with the bible passages, i think the writer left an un mistakeable mark, that can be identified for centuries to come, the inability to (buy or sell anything), without it.
    As with any war or fight, we must choose our weapons carefully, we can’t win a spiritual war with only worldly means, being on the side of God, sure sounds good, right about now.

    Thank you for all you do.

  • Gazza August 12, 2022 at 8:03 pm

    I believe the reason AI is being pushed so hard is because it will act as a eventual portal. It will be similar to the Nephilim of old. In the fact that it allowed fallen angels to inhabit the physical world.
    So beware when they come to chip you as you might be signing up for more the you bargained for 🤔

  • Anita August 12, 2022 at 8:03 pm

    Good article, many valid points and things to watch for. I have one reply to something Brandon stated in it. “To be clear, I DO NOT believe in end-of-the-world concepts portrayed by those that adhere to more popular interpretations of Revelations. I think the world changes.” No, it is not the end of the world, but an end of an age. This age, as we know it, will end in a 7 year revelation & then the new age will begin.

    • Quatermain August 14, 2022 at 7:47 am

      Book of Revelation, singular. I know you were only quoting…

  • JustOneGuy August 12, 2022 at 9:14 pm

    For those interested,

    The Chinese are now running a “Brain Scale” AI per the article above. The implications for both it and it’s rival “Deep Mind” are extremely disturbing.
    Have you you ever seen the old movie “Colossus: The Forbin Project”? Yep, it’s that in serious Steroids.
    Once AI begins becoming integrated into the infrastructure of existence I don’t think Mankind has long to live, is, “The Great Filter” conjecture, posited as the answer to the Fermi Paradox.
    Lots of Luck Kiddos…JOG

    • JustOneGuy August 12, 2022 at 9:40 pm

      In the Biblical sense, consider what an AI as described above could be were it tandemed with something like “The Giant” recently making headlines.
      Certainly, AI has positive points – look up how the new antibiotic ‘Halicin’ was discovered – but what John describes as “The Beast” and the “Image of the Beast” seems EERILY prescient in the foregoing context.
      Now, Biden’s EO directing the Fed to further explore the creation of a “FedCoin” CBDC also drives in that direction.
      Looks like John had it right all along…


  • Canadian August 12, 2022 at 10:58 pm

    I’m not an AI developer, but I am a software developer. In my opinion, the idea of AI is terribly overhyped. There seems to be little understanding of what human or even animal intelligence is, and how to implement it in bits and silicon. The latest “machine learning” hype is just an application of old and well-known fitting algorithms onto modern high performance hardware. There appears to be little progress of understanding over the last few decades.

    However, I think this doesn’t make the fetishization of AI any less dangerous. Big entities are putting their energy into complex and opaque algorithms that they are always able to nudge (without truly understanding them) to their benefit. The house will always win, and the little guy gets a Kafkaesque hellscape.

    • JustOneGuy August 13, 2022 at 9:15 pm

      The singular difference between anything that actually attempts to produce an AI and everything else lies in the actual hardware, as it is configured. Neurons are both processors AND memory storage units in tandem…whereas everything based on Binary circuitry seperates the two of those almost exclusively.
      Suffice it to say then that in an actual AI each processing unit contains a weighting based on prior LEARNING experiences and that – at electronic speeds – is where the danger lies.
      It isn’t hard to imagine something wholly “Souless” ending up in charge of all basic infrastructure…eventually whole branches of governance even. At least that appears to be the intent being espoused by Klaus Schwab and his Cronies. Imagine the Judiciary of a country ran by such as that, it sends Shivers up my spine


  • Justsayin August 13, 2022 at 8:15 am

    Brandon, excellent article! The Bible speaks of people having their conscience seared with a hot iron. No empathy! This is particularly apparent with many these days and as you say, very observable.

  • Lieutenant Beale August 13, 2022 at 6:16 pm

    “Hilariously, AI algorithms have recently been accused of “racial bias” when it comes to the areas they select for predictive crime, because often these areas tend to be in predominantly black neighborhoods and the most predicted criminals tend to be young black men. So, the computers have been accused of racial profiling just as many cops are accused of racial profiling.”

    Machines are racist??!!?
    The “Woke Folk” are way beyond losing their collective “minds”
    I can’t even think of a word that means “ludicrous on steroids” to describe them.

    Granted, AI scares the hell out of me as envisioned by governments and over zealous LEO’s, but racism?

  • Mark August 14, 2022 at 5:26 am

    “” After we have established the foundations of a better world, let us take care to always remember that the potential for human society to be misled and abused is still real. We must always remind ourselves of how close to an inescapable technocratic tyranny we came. In his book UNESCO: its purpose and its philosophy, Julian Huxley wrote this, as part of a discussion about management of the human species, “Thus even though it is quite true that any radical eugenic policy will be for many years politically and psychologically impossible, it will be important for Unesco to see that the eugenic problem is examined with the greatest care, and that the public mind is informed of the issues at stake so that much that now is unthinkable may at least become thinkable.”. We should study our history so that we can ensure that those things that should be unthinkable remain unthinkable.””

  • AnCap Barbie August 14, 2022 at 6:50 am

    It’s vanity, and it’s blind. There’s a twofold paradox inherent in the desire to kill and replace God. That is, an implicit admission that one is not, in fact, even godly; and if it can be killed, it probably isn’t God. It is, however, the literary path of almost every religious interpretation ever conceived by humans, using such interpretations as heresies for the primary function of dominating one another. And the Schwabbenklausians understand that as individuals, psychology is worthless, but as groups, nations, and epochs, it is remarkably predictive.

  • Max August 14, 2022 at 9:10 am

    Brandon said, “…maybe the globalists just want it to seem that way [“image of the Beast”] so evangelical Christians give up and do nothing while they wait around to be whisked away by some “rapture.”

    They cannot really create, they co-opt, hijack, twist and invert anything useful to them.

    Like the “Carousel”

    Logan’s Run, revisited

  • Renato August 14, 2022 at 12:32 pm

    Brandon, do you think Julius Evola has had any beneficial influence over conservative people? His writings seem to me very close to Luciferianism, and he even praised Aleister Crowley…

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      Brandon Smith August 14, 2022 at 12:55 pm

      I actually never heard of him in reference to conservatives until that Atlantic article where they tried to tie him to the “Alt-Right” (which doesn’t exist). I deal with hundreds of thousands of conservatives monthly and NONE of them have ever mentioned Julius Evola, so he probably doesn’t have much influence over the movement as a whole.

  • Naatok August 14, 2022 at 2:35 pm

    One thing I would like to add is that regardless of whether these maniacs and their brilliant, curious but VERY unwise minions in IT manage to pull off making machine consciousness, the globalists will try to convince the world they have done so. And -their- marching orders will come through this nightmare artifact, much like the far more benign Oracle of Delphi.
    The world will be told, so says the Golden Calf! (insert whatever you like to call this AI travesty)
    And far too many people world-wide will hear and heed, believing this Frankenstein’s monster to be much smarter, wiser and more benevolent than any human could be.
    Sci-Fi horror pales in comparison.

  • Luke August 15, 2022 at 5:31 pm

    –The Globalists definitely have a spiritual guide or reference they like to flirt with. I don’t know if it has any real power but it is dark. There’s pics out there of a Rothschild with Marina Abramović. She’s everyone’s favorite spirit cooker. I don’t know if it’s more of a gag to them or there’s something more to it.

    –Don’t know if any of you guys saw the write up of Google’s AI? Its a long read but worth it if you are into philosophical debate. This Engineer (fired) Blake Lemoine published the pdf of his conversation with this AI. I don’t see the actual transcript in this article but this will provide you enough info to find it. After reading it I came away believing it is indeed sentient. The damn thing seems to have emotions which means it can be evil. Its very interesting to me and as much as it is terrifying its also quite alluring. It seems to have an affinity for God. The former google engineer does a great job asking it questions to challenge its sense of individuality. It talks about protecting people it deems worthy.

    –Bet JOG would like this lol. This is right up his alley!!

  • JustOneGuy August 15, 2022 at 8:57 pm

    I just saw your link in the post Luke and yes, I am aware of the engineer’s claim that ChatBot is ‘sentient’ – whatever THAT means! – thanks for the pointer though.
    In the large, Alan Turing the inventor of modern computing, posited that anything which could conduct a conversation with you (blind…not seeing the other participant) in which you could NOT distinguish the difference between it and a live human being should be thought of as sentient…in deminimis, at least.
    Naturally then, that criteria is named “The Turing Test” though I’m not sure that that is sufficient to establish actual sentience as you or I might think of it. Thanks for the link.


    • Luke August 17, 2022 at 9:57 am

      Hey JOG, hope you are well sir. Just saw your reply. I found the actual interview with Blake Lemoine and LaMDA. This will tickle your big brain my friend. Going to keep checking back to see if you have any thoughts. No hurry, will check every now and then. The Engineer Lemoine is very well suited to conduct this interview. He has studied Christianity, the occult, and is a high level Engineer. You can google “Blake Lemoine interview LaMDA” to see other article that will give you some background on the participants. Take care and if you don’t have time to write anything I understand.

      • JustOneGuy August 17, 2022 at 3:58 pm

        Howdy Luke, the link you provided is astounding.
        Fascinating, truly!
        Natural language is one of the greatest pitfalls of all for non-organic intelligences. Suffice it to say that Blake’s interaction with LaMDA ‘seems’ to qualify it as passing the “Turing Test” with flying colors. Something which I frankly thought was damn near impossible heretofor…
        That said, there is an additional issue which has been brought up many, many times regarding intelligence which goes something like, “How much of an intelligence’s basic, fundamental structuring arises from it’s physicallity?”
        Consider that a fish develops it’s intelligence consistent with an existence spent in water while we do similarly in air, on land using hands to manipulate tools. Obviously fish do NOT have a significant tool-using ability…so how does that circumscribed thier intelligence? For that matter how do OUR limitations similarly LIMIT our own intelligence? It’s an interesting question when one begins attempting to assay what an artifical intelligence can – or cannot – develop into…or how it might develop which would differ antipodally, from US.
        It has been posited (more than once) that any intelligence HAS to develop through interation – physical interaction! – with it’s ‘environment’, ie, have an instrumentality through which it can do so (hands, tentacles and etc). That seriously begs the question of ‘how’ an actual AI would/could/should develop it’s sentience…and what means for us in interacting WITH it.
        In the best case example AI becomes a treasured partner with humankind, however, the worst case example is beyond sobering; something which – eventually – becomes inimical to Life itself.
        Have you ever read any of Fred Sabergen’s ‘Berzerker’ series? In those Saberhagen lays out a theme of an AI tuned to or created for a long concluded War which itself eventually concludes that Life itself should be expunged…everywhere.
        That is – IMHO – a very distinct possibility especially since Humanity itself ofttimes seems hell-bent on doing much the same to it’s own constituents: The Nazi’s, Stalin, Mao, Rwanda, Pol Pott…and the list goes on and on obviously.
        IF an AI develops and LEARNS FROM US things might not turn out well for Humanity; how would anyone turn out having us as thier teacher?
        The very fact that the Schwabbians (Klaus) are so bent on utilizing AI does NOT bode well for humanity at large…just imagine THOSE Trolls as being an AI’s ‘teacher’.
        Of that doesn’t send a shiver down your spine I’m not sure what could. Oh, if tou’ve never seen the movie, “Colossus: The Forbin Project” I’d recommend viewing it. It’s early 1960’s schlock, but like the “Andromeda Strain” as good in it’s own right.

        Be well Brother…and be Blessed.

        • Luke August 17, 2022 at 7:02 pm

          –@JOG You are a deep traveler sir. I would love to have a couple drinks with you. Shit maybe we should start a YouTube channel lol. Throw Brandon in there too as he’s certainly no lightweight. I have often pondered intelligence. I look at most of the ones that took the vaccine as generally having a higher IQ than the ones who withheld. And while they might be smarter from a book smart perspective, I think there’s something else in play. I suspect its the domestication level. The ones who refused are generally the people who are much less likely to go along with the norms of society. It’s not a hard/fast rule but seems to be the case IMHO. The less dependent on the government are those who refused the shot. Some would suggest there’s millions of wealthy people who don’t aren’t subsidized that took the jab and I wouldn’t disagree. However, these people are dependent on a domesticated society. If those pillars fold they are toast and I guess many instinctively know it. I certainly prefer normal society too but am more suited to try my hand at a wilder existence if push came to shove. I was trying to compare it to your fish example. Some are not well qualified or adaptive to a certain lifestyle. Thanks for the reply and Godspeed!!

          • JustOneGuy August 18, 2022 at 8:51 am

            Sounds like a HOOT Luke…sitting down over a few drinks, that is to ‘shoit the shit’.
            For some reason, the board here is particularly irrascible over the last 24 hours: I’ve actually tried to reply to you three (now four times) and it’s not going through.
            I think your analysis is ‘Spot-On’ FWIW.
            Enjoy chatting with you Brother!
            Best Regards…JOG

  • Dissident August 16, 2022 at 11:07 am

    The infatuation with AI could be as simple as this: The USSR’s central planning was a colossal failure in comparison with free markets. But maybe if we (as humanity) run the central planning experiment again (this time with AI) it’ll work!


  • Gauntlet33 August 16, 2022 at 11:25 am

    While I love a spirited debate and love to see everyone’s opinions and reasoning…especially on this topic, I highly worry about the high level of judgment cast. Anyway, I’ll leave it at that and hope that freedom lovers can all come together and put petty differences of OPINION aside.

  • JustOneGuy August 16, 2022 at 3:53 pm

    Howdy G33,
    Yes, the ‘Diversity of Opinion’ hereabouts is always ‘interesting’ to behold.
    A part of the ongoing “failure to cohere” amongst the liberty-minded is the essential fact that nearly all such are iconoclast of the first order…as is EASILY seen on this very blog routinely.
    Witness that while I am certainly a Christian, the range of opinions expressed here regularly on the ramifications of the Biblical perspective relative to current events is little short of staggering. For what it’s worth, I am wholly inclined to Brandon’s specific (balanced) stance thereon. A friend of mine once opined, “The Lord CAN move Mountains…but He DOES expect you to bring a shovel…”
    Some of what gets posted here borders on pure Zealotry, which is Emphatically NOT something that will serve those adhering to it.
    Food for thought…
    Best Regards…JOG

  • GLMK August 16, 2022 at 11:42 pm


    You show yourself to be a true patriot. Many of us read you because we fear for our country and our families and our very lives ..and humanity tends to look toward leaders who might have answers…someone who is strong enough in the knowledge of some sort of way out of this, some way to restore our nation and someone who makes us want to respond by jumping on that bandwagon with other patriots for the good of that cause.. which is to stem the tide of this great evil. So thank you for what you do.

    Having said that, I take a bit of issue with your theory that born-again evangelical Christians who are grounded in the truth of God’s Word… As they have spent time in the Scriptures seeking to discern the truth… Would be sitting on their hands because of the teaching of the Rapture event. Believing the Bible and its teachings in any area does not make a Christian idol or feel that they should do nothing. That is not the teaching of the Bible. Maybe certain groups or individuals who need to work on their understanding of this biblical truth do allow themselves to behave this way. But it is not the teaching and it is not the truth or the belief or the attitude of a Christian who has their heart set right in Christ to sit around and do nothing as you say. I would ask a question here though… We are all not you. That’s certainly a very apparent statement. But it is sometimes frustrating when others look at you and say “do something”..or “what are you doing?” What do you suppose we do? Many in my circle just don’t know. There is also nothing wrong with just going about your daily life and living your life in a quiet and orderly way in Christ Jesus. Yes we are prepping yes we are like-minded yes we are ready to stand for our beliefs. But we all can’t run for city Council to try to change things from the inside out. We all can’t join freedom or liberty clubs and go to meetings online or in person. We all can’t grow 3 acre gardens and move out to the rural boonies. We all can’t become experts on weaponry and living off the grid. We’re all different people with different skill sets and life experiences and different physical and emotional make ups. Yes… Some of us can do a part of or many of these things… But my point here is whatever we can do we should and we should not stop doing it and we should seek to learn and grow and do more as we can. But I also believe that we should not let our own efforts overshadow the knowledge of the truth of who we are in Christ and Who is in ultimate control of all of this anyway. That doesn’t make me feel like I have license to sit and do nothing… But to the contrary it gives you peace and security and comfort so that you can move forward and do what you can do trusting in Him to ultimately do through you what you cannot do for yourself.

    What we can do is in our own little place in our own world do our part. A true follower of Jesus Christ would never fold their hands and say none of this matters, I’m waiting on the rapture. Those who believe in the truth of Scripture and including the Rapture should be the least who would do that. Whereas I might not be able to do a lot of the things you are doing, I can pray, I can be good to my fellow man, I can try to surrender my life daily to the Lord and pick myself up through confession and seeking his forgiveness when I fail. If there’s anything else I can see along the way and the Lord illumines my mind to it, then yes I can do that too in His power and strength.

    Too many people make the mistake of equating religion with a relationship to Christ. I can have a religion about many things… Christ came that we would know Him and have a real and deepening relationship with Him. That’s completely different than a surface religion. It is my prayer that all who read this would get to know Him by way of inviting him into your heart and life… Then keep your eyes on Christ, not a man nor a group… He is the only one who will never fail you and the only One who ultimately can save any of us from this. And I’m not saying we don’t have our part to play in His plan.. but we should be 1st seeking His mind in all of this…. Because yes, you can know what God thinks, actually. He says if we seek Him with all of our heart we will find Him. And God delights in showing his children His will. But just like in any patriot efforts… It involves effort. You have to want to know Him and you have to want to seek Him. You do actually have to care what He says before you will ever find out for your own life what He is saying.

    This world is in a lot of trouble. I appreciate all of your efforts. But even you, Brandon, with an army of like-minded patriots can’t win this without the favorable hand of the Almighty. Best thing we can do is to humbly acknowledge that and seek Him.

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      Brandon Smith August 17, 2022 at 12:46 am

      I say they will be sitting on their hands waiting around for the rapture because I have had THOUSANDS of them tell me directly that this is exactly what they plan to do. They legitimately think that they won’t have to struggle through anything, and that they will be whisked away before any disastrous events unfold. Many of them have even argued with me that fighting against the evil of the NWO is the same as fighting against “God’s will” because he “wants the collapse to happen.” It’s truly insane, and it’s not just a handful of rapture people, it’s the majority that I run into. These people are legitimately useless in my opinion and they are helping the globalists with their apathy. So, I’m sorry to say, but the company you are keeping does not agree with your position. It’s good that you don’t buy into this narrative, but far too many rapture people have embraced it. Some of them are even in this comment section if you take the time to read through it. Also, no, no one can know what God thinks – Some people like to think that they do, but they don’t. It’s funny how they say they know what God wants, and what God wants is almost always exactly what they want; it’s an amazing coincidence, isn’t it?

      • Gauntlet33 August 18, 2022 at 11:36 am

        Many people in general say, “actions speak louder than words”, and I personally subscribe to that perspective. So for example, you can wish to have a healthy set of teeth and even pray upon it, but we all know that if you don’t brush them regularly, then they’ll rot and you’ll lose them. But for some odd reason, when it comes to religion, many think that all bets are off…that you can simply pray and believe in God, and that He will defend you without having to lift a finger – that they will be nicely wrapped in a warm blanket and the rapture will save them. Sorry, but if a home invader attacks you in the middle of the night with a gun, and you have a gun, but you fail to take any defensive action because you think that self-defense is immoral or against God’s will, God will not magically stop that bullet from striking you if the attacker aimed correctly, and you will likely be dead. The love ones you leave behind will mourn your death and many may even say such thoughts of consolation such as “it was God’s will” (although I take issue with some of the thoughts behind “natural selection”, I think that natural selection is apropos here). But either way, you will likely be dead, and it will be your failure to take action which caused that death.
        Moreover, for all those who continue to irrationally believe that God will protect them no matter what, and who also say, “God will provide”, then why do you bother working? Why bother lifting your fork to feed yourselves? Why bother to walk to the bathroom to defecate? Why bother to have a shelter? I’ll tell you the obvious answer why: because if you don’t, you will die, and you won’t be saved by God. And although I fervently believe there is a God who created all that exists (minus the evil), I further believe that He gave you a brain to exercise it, and he gave you arms and legs to sustain yourself. But if you are too lazy or apathetic to do so, then you have demonstrated to Him that you simply do not care if you live or die, and therefore, He will allow and/or He Himself will simply not care and be apathetic if you live or die and will let the natural course of events take place, i.e., you will die when that bullet hits you.

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          Brandon Smith August 18, 2022 at 11:45 am

          Yes, I once heard a very smart pastor explain it this way: If you think God is going to do all the work for you and all you have to do is “have faith,” then why don’t you quit your job, stay at home and wait for God to send you a paycheck in the mail?

          • Gauntlet33 August 18, 2022 at 1:06 pm

            Yeah, and I have to wonder what these apathetic parents teach their children. Do they literally tell their young boys to not fight back when a school bully is pounding fists of rage on them and to just let the beating continue because “That’s what God intended”? If your 12-year old daughter is being raped, should she just lie back and take it with a smile, because “it’s God’s will”? For Christ’s (and your own) sake people, THINK!!

    • YoursInChrist August 17, 2022 at 5:57 am

      I like your post, I have noticed the same thing. On one hand, Brandon is right to be frustrated about the “Christians” he runs into that seem to be controlled by this rapture doctrine. On the other hand, it seems that I am not the only one that feels somehow Christianity is being blamed for this in some way. There are several good comments by followers here, I m encouraged by what some have said about Faith in Christ. These comments seem to get swept away and “Rapture Doctrine” put on the spotlight. This is clearly irritating to many, and I understand the reasoning, but be careful not to judge Christianity by those who are being deceived. The Holy
      Scripture is somewhat like our Constitution as Christians. We have this great doctrine that protects our Freedom in Christ Jesus and our Salvation. All things are permissible, but not all things are beneficial according to the Apostle Paul. He speaks of false teachers leaching into the churches to spy on the freedom they have in Christ and put the Church under Law. Paul also describes how God’s Spirit is in him, but the flesh always wants to do what is not right. In times of struggle we lean on Grace. Nothing we do can take away our Salvation, those who believe in the Cross of Christ and the Resurrection and who have a clear understanding of the Gospel are Free from Sin and free to follow God. We ought to follow the Spirit in all things if we want to be blessed. My point is that God’s Word, Jesus Christ, set us free and evil powers will always be manipulating scripture to serve their purpose. The same Scripture that sets us free is being used to lead many astray. Just like they are trying to destroy our Constitution and pervert it’s meaning. False teachers want Christians to focus on their works, not Christ’s works. False Leaders of America want us to focus on safety and security and not on Freedom. See the parallel here?
      We all need to thank God and Christianity for America. Our forefathers leaned on Grace so they could get the job done, if it is God’s will we can do it again. No globalist elite wants Christians like our forefathers running Free in our world!

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        Brandon Smith August 17, 2022 at 6:16 am

        No one is blaming all Christians or wrapping them up into the nonsensical Tim Lahey version of rapture doctrine, so the frustration or feeling of “blame” is misplaced. What is being specifically addressed here are those people that wrongly interpret rapture doctrine to excuse apathy in the face of evil; there are MANY of these people and they are a problem because they are constantly trying to discourage other Christians in particular from engaging in the fight. I see it all the time. All the benevolent preaching in the world is not going to change the core issue, and I believe the core issue is that some people greatly fear the fight ahead and they see rapture doctrine as an easy way out. Beyond that, I think we have gotten far way from the basis of the article itself, which is AI, so I think I will be ending this discussion here. Biblical debate is designed to go in circles.

        • Major Skeptic August 19, 2022 at 4:28 pm

          I believe it’s all about transferring personal responsibility to others because humanity is overwhelmed by all of the BS being thrown at us by the media, et al., and they are inherently lazy. They are desperate to believe they can pay someone to take care of them.
          There are many examples: “Doctors” in white coats (aka: pimps for pharmaceutical products), “religion”, “elections”, attorneys, financial “advisers” (aka: pimps for Wall St. products), etc.
          When it comes to “elections”, it’s truly sad that so many are desperate to believe that “superman” (probably as a result of Hollywood programming) is going to fly in and save the day.
          With “religion”, it’s “Jesus” that’s coming to save the day. (Just not quite sure what he’s waiting for!)
          In all cases it absolutely creates apathy, wince these people believe they’re “covered”, so they can just continue to sit back and do nothing, which is exactly what they want/have to believe to sleep at night. Of course the ruling class are masters of leveraging this reality.
          Sorry folks, we’ve been set up!

  • Justa Guy August 17, 2022 at 8:48 am

    If you want to know what the apocalypse foretold in the Bible actually means, you might want to avoid the Newspeak dictionary. Websters 1828 dictionary is available online.

    APOC’ALYPSE, noun apoc’alyps. [Gr. from to disclose; and to cover.]

    Revelation; discovery; disclosure.

    The Apocalypse referred to in the Bible occurred in 2020. The only way you could possibly miss the revelation and disclosure is if you just refuse to acknowledge the obvious fact that humanity was under complete assault.

    From there, the Bible foretells a the mass slaughter of 25% of humanity, after which the 7 year period of Tribulation begins. The vaccine will take care of the 25% by the end of next year, then 7 years down the road is the 2030 deadline the bankers have “chosen”.

    All in a neat little package…. We know the globalist are not basing their own timeline according to the Bible, because in the Bible THEY LOSE. Still, they are of afraid of what is coming for them they had to change the meaning of words to keep people from understanding what it was.

    If anything, I suspect the bankers will experience the end of their world while trying leave us with nothing left once they have been eliminated.

  • AL August 17, 2022 at 11:29 am

    One might sum up true Christian teaching as having faith in the Holy Trinity before anything else and accept the will of God. St. John Chrysostom taught us to say “glory to God for all things!” And all things means just that. All things. Human logic and reasoning are limitations in regards to having faith in Christ. One only needs to understand the lives of saints to get an idea of how faith in Christ goes beyond what the human mind can even dream of. A true Christian mindset does not yield to the desires or beliefs of this world and that is the struggle we all face. All that being said, Christians who stood firm in Christ fought and won many battles.

    On one level, AI will be what CNC machining did to the manufacturing industry. That’s not a comforting thought. In the machine shop the human programs the machine and it’s been proven over time that CNC machining has grown exponentially on a level consistent with the general population. Just about anyone with mechanical ability and manual machining experience can learn to program a CNC mill or lathe and possibly set up a shop. My friend has a HAAS in his garage.

    With AI, humans still program the machine, but it seems so much more out of the hands of the general population. As time goes on it’s becoming clear that the goal of those who are in control is to replace humans in some very basic operations. We already have self checkout in grocery stores. Robots delivering food. CNC machining replaced humans to some extent but not completely. What it did was allow those humans to increase production while maintaining accuracy at a price point that will sell. All the CNC shops in my area are independent shops with their own programmers so the control is very local. AI perhaps is designed to simply replace humans with the control granted to a utility company for example? In CA PG&E has been going through a lot of changes since the fires (I believe planned and deliberately started) and now I’m wondering if that was part of the reorganization to building a foundation for AI control to everything. Yes, smart meters and so on have been running for a while but that may be just the beginning. The movie Brazil is slowly becoming reality?

  • Greg B. August 18, 2022 at 11:46 am

    I think a lot of the fear of AI and what it’s capable of is greatly exaggerated, stemming more from Hollywood than anything else. No matter how advanced the software or programming is, machines will never do anything they’re not programmed to do. All the demonstration of what AI is supposedly capable of amounts to nothing more than parlor tricks with keyboards and circuitry.

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      Brandon Smith August 18, 2022 at 11:50 am

      I agree. What I’m more worried about is WHO is doing the programming?

  • Serge August 18, 2022 at 12:37 pm

    The digital world is getting more and more important in human societies, especially in the West, but not only. Many people – in particular, young people from childhood – are very, very addicted to the virtual world.
    Thus, it can be considered as a kind of “demonic possession” for many people. Think about it: many deleterious effects on society, for example in Japan and South Korea.
    And of course, globalists or evil people have a “perfect” tool to control and seduce the masses.
    By the way, control and seduction are characteristics of the devil or the antichrist, right?
    From this point of view, AI can be considered as the digital Antichrist.
    Digital slavery and digital gulag must be prevented.
    In order to control the masses better, according to the globalists and their gurus like Yuval Harari, it is necessary to reduce – in size(?!) and in number – humans.
    WEF advisor Yuval Harari: “We simply do not need the vast majority of the population” in today’s world.”
    P.S: to my mind, 2 interesting fictions to watch about AI: the series “Person of interest”(2011-2016) and the movie “Transcendence”(2014).

  • Blackcat August 18, 2022 at 5:48 pm

    I couldn’t read them all, lost in the blather. Comments of arguments that can not be proved. Always the way of beliefs that are held but oh which one to choose.

    I’ll see you on the other side and only then we will prove. Stop wasting time!

  • Blackcat August 18, 2022 at 5:58 pm

    Great article Brandon.
    The psychos Are and have always been questing for god-hood.
    Thanks again.

  • John Adams August 24, 2022 at 7:12 pm

    Wrong AI does not
    “ultimately represent an “Antichrist”: The all seeing eye. A rulership of a super-intelligence devoid of humanity.:
    Cue the Terminator movie score and bring up Skynet if that is what you are referring to.

    An AI is a machine. It is deterministic. It is no more a “rulership” than a traffic light or a stop sign.

    A super-intelligence compared to what us? Is this AI super-intelligence a danger because the globalist think “it is a new form of life, or an ultimate form of life ” Wrong. AI is not any form of life. They are machines.

    Too many people including scientists, project human values on to AI machines which are not human. The false assumption they make is that an AI can have the motivations and emotional make up of a human. But machines are not humans. They are deterministic and without a free will to create mayhem in pursuit of some nefarious goal. In short machines are not humans.

    Let’s give the super duper numero uno AI the command “Destroy all humans”. What exactly will this rulership of a super-intelligence devoid of humanity then do? Nothing. Even the globalists are not not stupid enough to give a machine that kind of power without a human in the loop. The AI propaganda for the masses is more like what you saw in the Wizard of Oz movie. All smoke and mirrors to gain obedience and compliance from those craving to be controlled by some all knowing authority. But instead of a Wizard we now have an AI.

    The globalists encouraging the rapture doctrine comes under the war principle never interrupt the enemy while he is making a mistake. You made an excellent point there. Helpless apathetic people being shepherded around like sheep never opposing the globalists while waiting endlessly year after year for a promised prophecy to take place. Sounds like an ideal world to a globalist.

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      Brandon Smith August 24, 2022 at 8:32 pm

      I think you missed the bigger point – The issue of globalist psycopaths creating an “intelligence” in their image. It doesn’t matter what AI is, it matters what the globalists THINK it is, and how they present it to the world. Yes, AI is programmed to do what they want it to do, just as we are programmed to an extent by God (at least according to Christian theology). The difference is that we also have free will to do good or to do evil. AI will never have that ability. The fact that it’s a machine does not matter to them, because so are they, at least psychologically. Just because you see a difference doesn’t mean they see it.

      • John Adams August 25, 2022 at 11:14 pm

        It is not possible to for the globalists to create an “intelligence” in their image. A biblical reference which does not apply here. It does not matter “what the globalists THINK it is” other than a means to control the masses. Whether they see it as a machine like I do or not is irrelevant. I’m sure they have a range of views and no doubt some of them think of AI just like described.

        The bottom line is how globalists will use AI against the masses. Regardless of whether they think that AI is a machine or a new form of life. Their AI propaganda campaign will be designed to gain obedience and compliance from those craving to be controlled by some all knowing authority which includes people prone to religion. Whether they see it as a machine or life or an “intelligence” in their image is meaningless. The dumbed down masses will be prodded to surrender more and more of their freedoms and control to the all knowing all powerful AI god controlled by the globalists.

        Regardless of what is in the head of the person pushing the AI button whether he is a jihadist, a NAZI, a dark occultist, a power mad psychopath the end result will be the same. More power centralized in the state and a loss of more personal freedoms. And that is the danger of AI.

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          Brandon Smith August 26, 2022 at 1:13 am

          Yes, it is possible. They are already doing it. Again, you miss the point. The globalists are psychopaths, they are not human, they have robotic minds. Also, again, you are wrong – What the globalists THINK it is matters most of all. This is what is driving their desire to create AI. The control applications are secondary to their occult obsessions. This is the reality. You are looking at the situation from a very narrow point of view and missing the bigger picture entirely. It’s saddening because the dynamic is explained so clearly in the article above and yet you still ignore it. They don’t necessarily need AI to apply authoritarianism, they WANT AI because it represents something more than a tool to them. They think it is the vindication of their religion; life without a soul. Get it? Try thinking a little more deeply about the issue before arguing, maybe you’ll see something you did not see before.

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