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And as expected and predicted on the Deus Ex Machina blog, it has come to pass.

President Donald John Trump,  the United States Commander In Chief (Just love the way that sounds…) has hit the ground running. He has designated “landing teams” to coordinate with federal agencies to cut some department budgets by as much as 10% while slashing 20% from the federal workforce”. (see here)

Thus began the process of defunding vast expanses of the Federal governmental sector and its downstream beneficiaries of this Federal government largesse, i.e. the Non Governmental Organizations (NGO’s).

On Monday, President Trump, in one of his first executive orders, stopped the public, US taxpayer funding of the practice of infanticide, that is carried out outside of the United States. (see here

Tuesday was pipeline day. (see here)

On Wednesday, President Trump turned his gaze, which can most accurately be described as a beam of “disinfecting sunlight” onto the so called “Sanctuary Cities”. I have reproduced below the catholic Zero Hedge website post titled Here Are 2.3 Billion Reasons Why Sanctuary Cities Are So Upset At Trump that will help to shed much needed light on this issue.

With the above executive order to defund municipalities who continue to harbor and finance illegal uncontrolled migrants and their human traffickers, mostly large cities whose politicians benefit from these illegal migrates as a voting base, (see here) there will be downstream effects. These downstream effects will directly impact the NGO’s who provide services to the illegal migrant enclaves and human trafficking networks.

And the Human Trafficking Industry, including that sub-set that is the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops are already freaking out! (see here)

Of the NGO’s that will be affected most, if only by its sheer size, is what can be called the NGO “FrancisChurch USA” (NGO “FC USA”). And just as a quick refresher, your humble blogger wrote a series of post regarding just this aspect of the post-conciliar church.

A good place to start is with the post titled Yes, We Have To Follow The Money…, in which Elizabeth Yore explains the scope of the government funding that the NGO FC USA receives. In a follow-up post title ZombieOrdinaries™, ZombieDiocese™, ZombiePlans™ Everywhere!, we explained how government funding created the phenomenon of the post-conciliar ZombieChurch™. In a subsequent post, we explained how the advent of the government funded ZombieChurch™ forced the post-conciliar church to look for a new business ecclesiastical model, one compatible with all the Federal Guidelines attached to the Federal funding. This post was titled This Has Nothing To Do With Christian Unity…, and was followed up by a request to the bishops in the form of a post titled The Bishops Really Need To Start Speaking Out About This….

The above linked posts were all written before the 2016 US Presidential election. Subsequent to that election, your humble blogger noted that the Normalization Process™ has advanced and observed that there is now a new set of Defenders of the Faith. Therefore, we titled this post as: Normalization Process™ – Defenders Of The Faith… In this last post, we made the following observation, and it is worth saying it again here:

But back to the subject at hand. The direct impact that the Trump victory will have on the US sub-set of the Catholic Church, especially on the FrancisChurch part that has high jacked the Bride of Christ, is on what is usually described as… THE BOTTOM LINE.

Over the years, we have been explaining how the FrancisChurch part of the Catholic Church in the States has been supporting itself through governmental largesse. If you recall the post by Elizabeth Yore, you will remember that in Fiscal Year 2016 alone, Catholic Charities raked in a whopping $202,247,624. (see here)

In 69 some odd days (Ed. note: post Trump victory), this revenue stream from the US Government to the post-conciliar church, for the most part, will have vaporized. 

And just as a reminder, Cardinal Sean up there in that sanctuary city of Boston, had a $20 million short fall in revenue, with a $5 million loss for Fiscal Year 2015. Just think what this loss from the vaporized funding for the sanctuary city of Boston will have on the impact of the Archdiocese BOTTOM LINE going forward. (see here)

NB: HERE is a list of other “catholic” dioceses who will no doubt experience “tightening budgetary conditions” post 20th of January Anno Domini 2017. And this is a good time to remind everyone about the 2nd and 6th Principles of the LEX ARMATICUS, namely: Even Neo-modernists need to eat and Stop giving these leftists money!

And just as predicted, the above has come to pass.

Therefore, the defunding of the NGO “FrancisChurch US” begins!

And on an aside, President Trump’s next series of executive orders will be to start the defunding process of the US’s United Nations contributions. More problems for the NGO’s in general and NGO FC International in particular. All one can say is:

Agenda 21, i.e.  Moving Toward A One World Government, A One World Economy And A One World Religion is looking “distanter” and “distanter! (here)


Here Are 2.3 Billion Reasons Why Sanctuary Cities Are So Upset At Trump

While we are sure Mayors de Blasio (New York), Emanuel (Chicago), and Garcetti (LA) are compassionate men who want nothing more than to ensure the safety of illegal immigrants in their cities, we couldn’t help but notice that, following Trump’s decision to defund so-called Sanctuary cities, the sound and fury spewing forth from various municipalities today was perfectly correlated with the size of taxpayer-money they received from Obama.

Not smiling today…


As Reuters reports, U.S. President Donald Trump’s attempt to strip municipalities of federal dollars for shielding illegal immigrants threatens $2.27 billion in annual funds for the nation’s ten largest cities, a Reuters analysis of federal grants found. While Trump has the authority to cut some kinds of funding to the cities, cuts to other federal funding would require an act of Congress. The total amount remains unclear, as federal money can be filtered through state governments or granted directly to social-service organizations or other groups. The numbers do not include federal money for law enforcement, which was excluded in the executive order, and programs like Medicaid, which are administered by state governments.


Mayors and city councils of those cities have said that they will not be pressured to report illegal immigrants to federal agents…

“Local governments in Los Angeles County, for example, received $582 million in federal aid in the most recent fiscal year. That aid included $207 million for the Head Start preschool program, $70 million last year for airport improvements, and $114 million for community development funds used for housing and other needs.

New York Mayor Bill de Blasio, on Tuesday, said he is going to put an additional $250 million a year away in reserves for four years because of a “huge amount of uncertainty” emanating from Washington.

If the Trump administration actually moved to cut funding, “we would be in court immediately to stop it,” de Blasio told reporters.

Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel reiterated the city would remain a sanctuary for undocumented immigrants. In December he pledged $1 million to assist immigrant families.

“(Trump) has vastly overstated the funding that could be at issue with these sanctuary policies. Any attempts to withhold funds will certainly be the source of litigation and the courts, not the president, will be the ultimate arbitrator,” said Peter Markowitz, a professor at New York’s Cardozo School of Law, who focuses on immigration.”

Trump plans to make good on his campaign pledge to block federal funding
to states and cities where local law enforcement refuse to report
undocumented immigrants they encounter to federal authorities, White
House press secretary Sean Spicer said.

“The American people are no longer going to have to be forced to subsidize this disregard for our laws,” Spicer said.

Spicer said an executive order signed by Trump on Wednesday directs the Secretary of Homeland Security to look at federal funding to cities to figure out “how we can defund those streams.”