Letter #144, 2021, Monday, November 15: The Schneider Tapes, Tape #3: A Slave Society?

    We have posted the 3rd of 10 tapes from my late October interview with Bishop Athanasius Schneider, 60, of Astana, Kazakhstan, and it is now available on Rumble (link) and YouTube (link).

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    Click the video below for the third part of the interview in which Bishop Schneider warns against the negative consequences of the present effort to transcend traditional humanity. —RM

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    Here is the transcript of this tape. We provide this transcript even though the interview is already in English for three reasons: 1) so you have the complete transcript also in written form to email to others, etc.; 2) so that the transcript in typed form is available to be translated into other languages by those who wish to share the text with people in other countries; 3) so that any expressions which seem unclear in the spoken video are clarified in the transcript.

    Transcript, Schneider Tape #3: A Slave Society?

    Tape #3: A Slave Society? (c. 8:22 minutes long)

    Bishop Schneider warns against the negative consequences of the present effort to transcend traditional humanity

    Robert Moynihan: In various times in human history, people have tried to refashion humanity.

    The Roman emperors demanded that they be worshipped, and the Christians refused to bow, or to offer incense to Caesar. And they were persecuted for that; they were killed.

    The Soviet Union wanted to create a new man, the Homo Sovieticus, the “Soviet Man,” who would no longer be part of a class society, but would be a brother — a brotherhood of working men and women.

    But this society collapsed, just as the Roman Empire collapsed. And we saw it in our own lifetimes.

    You grew up in the Soviet Union. Can you tell us anything about this attempt to create a new type of man, and why it failed?

    Bishop Athanasius Scheider: Yes.

    First, it failed because it was not based on the simple order of creation, which God created.

    So, God is the inventor and, in some way, he is the artist, the architect of the universe, and of human life and human being in a given order.

    And when you do not observe the function, the laws, of a being or even of an instrument, then it will collapse by [over] time, not work.

    And so the same when the communists build up a society completely materialistic, with denying the immortality of the soul, denying eternity, only the temporal materialistic view, this is against the nature of human being.

    This will not (continue) functioning for long time.

    It could function and it did function for maybe 70 years and then it collapsed.

    And even they proclaimed the eternal Soviet Union, Vechny Sovetsky Soyuz, the eternal communism — eternal! — even though they did not believe in eternity.

    Or other dictatorships as Hitler. Hitler spoke of the Tausendjähriges Reich (“Thousand Year Reich”). The millennial reign. And he collapsed after 12 years.

    And so, it will also occur when people will establish such a society as the Homo Sovieticus against the plan of God.

    Moynihan: Well, some people have a sense that we are at the present moment experiencing one more version of this attempt to reshape and remake the human being.

    We call it, perhaps, globalism.

    But it’s a globalism based on tremendous computer power, tremendous memory of computer chips which can record every purchase that you have made in your life, so they can decide if you like a donut, or an egg.

    And they can get a profile of you, over time, that then could be helpful in determining what you might be afraid of, what you might be attracted to, and in this way, the increasing information society, with these global-straddling technological companies, the “technocracy,” would seem to be merging the human person into some type of a… almost a global mind.

    Does this seem to be something that we should be concerned about? 

    Bishop Scheider: Of course. We are witnessing this, all of us, that we are even in our daily life under a continuous control, on our phones, and now in the travels which we are doing, and now with the new, forced mandated vaccinations, which are also a clear sign of control, so they can track us.

    So these signs are signs that a person who is controlled continuously is not free, and it is substantially a slave then, because you are not free.

    You are controlled.

    The slaves are controlled.

    Moynihan: Now, you mention tracking, but are you saying because you carry a card or a pass, or are you saying there is something in the vaccine itself?

    Bishop Schneider: I don’t know this. But only that you are marked.

    You are already written, your (the) number of your pass, green pass, or the other pass, is all your dates.

    And when you are traveling, it’s already, you have to show this.

    Even when you are going to a supermarket, you have to show the green pass.

    And so, and this is recorded, of course.

    Moynihan: You say this is a sign of not being free, or being a slave. But isn’t it matter merely of being well-ordered, and well-organized?

    Bishop Schneider: No, it is apparently well-organized.

    It is well-organized, it has to be well-organized, in order to keep together a slave society.

    If you are not well-organized, you cannot keep and control a mass slave society.

    Moynihan: But who, then, would be the controllers? And there’s a phrase in Latin, Quis custodiet ipsos custodes? “Who will guard the guardians themselves?”

    How can we be sure that the “masters,” as it were, of this new, well-organized, orderly world global society are benevolent, are wise, are kind and generous, rather than, perhaps, being malevolent, unkind, and actually exploiting the humanity that they have such total control over?

    Bishop Schneider: It would be completely naive to assume that those who make such a well-ordered control are benevolent.

    Because if you limit the freedom, it is not benevolent.

    I so much like the motto of the state of Massachusetts, “Live free or die.”

    Moynihan: I think it’s New Hampshire…

    Bishop Schneider: New Hampshire, excuse. New Hampshire, where I was recently.

    And this is, when I am starting to control someone in such a way, it is in itself not benevolent.

    Because I am controlling, not children who are, who cannot have their reason — then I have to control to protect them — but I am controlling adult persons who have their own will, free will, who have their own intellect.

    And so I am converting the society to a kind of… or, in a benevolent way, I would say, to little children who do not know how to reason, how to behave, or to slaves.

    But I am more inclined that they treat us by time (over time, over the passage of time) as slaves, with these beautiful expressions and pictures of protectors…

    (To be continued… Tape #4 will be posted at 12 noon on Wednesday, November 17, 2021)

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