By Leo Hohmann
A little over a week before government whistleblower Phil Haney was found dead on the side of a road in California, he was heard on a conference call discussing an interfaith initiative that involved Islamic organizations working with the Vatican and the U.S. government.
One of the people on that call with Haney was Elizabeth Yore, a longtime attorney and international activist who focuses on issues involving the Vatican, Islam and global child abuse.
“I was on this conference call with a group that included Phil, talking about the Abrahamic Faiths Initiative and Pope Francis,” Yore told me in a phone interview Friday, March 5.
The Abrahamic Faiths Initiative was announced Jan. 14, 2020, a little over a month before Haney’s mysterious death. It’s a project enthusiastically supported by then-Vice President Mike Pence, Ambassador to the Vatican Callista Gingrich [wife of former Congressman Newt Gingrich], Pope Francis, Mohammad Majid, who is executive imam at the All Dulles Area Muslim Society [ADAMS] Center, Jewish Rabbi David Saperstein and various evangelical leaders such as Pastor Bob Roberts of Texas. Some have described the Abrahamic Faiths Initiative as an outgrowth of the “Chrislam” movement that sprang up in the late 1990s.
After the teleconference in which Yore briefed the other participants on the newly formed Abrahamic Faiths Initiative, she received a phone call.
It was Phil Haney.
“He called me right after the meeting ended and said, ‘keep digging,’” Yore recalls.
“We talked about [the involvement of] the Muslim Brotherhood and how even the Trump administration was getting fooled and conned by these people,” Yore said. “And the Trump administration did nothing to investigate Phil’s murder.”
After the call with Haney ended, Yore was struck by how un-Haney like the conversation had been.
“I just thought it was kind of unusual that he would call me offline and say ‘keep digging’ because Phil was always so generous with his information, and this time he didn’t share any of it on the call,” Yore said.
Nor did Haney tell Yore what she might find if she did “keep digging.”
Less than two weeks following that phone call, Haney’s body would be discovered on the side of a state highway about three miles from the RV park where he was staying southwest of Sacramento in rural Amador County. A bullet had pierced his chest.
One year later, neither the Amador County Sheriff’s Office nor the FBI has released a determination on the cause of death. In fact, they’ve released hardly any information about the case at all.
As it turns out, Yore’s suspicion that Haney was “onto something” is corroborated by several others who knew him.
One of those was his friend, Ruthann Dawley, a resident of Rochester Hills, Michigan.
“Two weeks before his murder, Phil called me and said he had something very big coming out and he said ‘stay tuned,’” Dawley told me. “He seemed very eager and excited about what he was about to reveal. It all just makes me sick.”
Haney’s status as a former Homeland Security officer, author and expert on the Islamic religion has caused widespread cynicism on the FBI’s handling of the case at a time when its leadership has decided to focus on threats other than those warned about by Haney, namely the “extremists” and “domestic terrorists” it says lie within former President Trump’s political base.
Yore, a devout Catholic, said she will never believe that Haney committed suicide as the sheriff’s office suggested in a hastily prepared press release issued within hours of the discovery of Haney’s body.
“I just pray so often that Phil will give us a sign [from heaven] of what it was he foresaw that was such a danger,” said Yore. “What did he know? Why was he such a danger to them? It’s just so infuriating.”
In speaking engagements across the country, Haney was sharing information on the subversion of America “from within.” He was also close to finishing a new book, a follow-up to his first, See Something Say Nothing.
“Phil was always traveling around the country and on call. He did not trust flying, and he drove around in that RV. He did a lot of talking to Catholic and evangelical Christian groups and holding nothing back,” said Yore.
But it was what he didn’t say on that conference call just days before his death that still haunts Yore.
“He must have been onto something else. He must have been onto something that he didn’t share or he had uncovered something that was damaging to the deep state,” she said.
One topic discussed on the call was the newly announced Abrahamic Faiths Initiative being promoted by the U.S. State Department, the Vatican and groups connected to the Muslim Brotherhood such as the Council on American-Islamic Relations [CAIR].
Yore described the initiative as, “essentially a new one-world religion.”
This movement continues to gather momentum.
“We saw just two weeks ago where the Vatican said ‘we share with Muslims the same view of Mary,’ which is absolutely false and a sacrilege and one of the most heinous things the Vatican has ever said,” Yore told me.
On Feb. 4, 2019, one year before launching the Abrahamic Faiths Initiative, Pope Francis joined the grand imam of Egypt’s Al-Azhar University in signing a document titled, On Human Fraternity for Living Together and World Peace, This pact declared that God wills ‘the pluralism and diversity of religions.”
“How convenient that Francis is saying ‘God wills’ the many different religions, and therefore he [Francis] has been put in that position to promote this one-world religion,” Yore said. “Whether it’s humanism, whether it’s part paganism, part environmentalism, part Islam, it’s all of the above because the new world order needs, despite its secular agenda, it needs the veneer of a religion that makes people feel like they are getting some spirituality.”
Yore noted that global power elites, in their quest to forge a “new world order,” continuously change the narrative to exploit whatever crisis they can create or latch onto, the latest of which is a virus.
“They changed the narrative by calling it the Great Reset, in my opinion, which is new language for what was previously the new world order,” she said. “They have to change the nomenclature because no matter how much they push this agenda of globalism, nobody wants any part of it … so they constantly rebrand. It was in the 1970s global warming, then when they couldn’t prove there was any historic warming it became climate change, then sustainable development. Just like it’s no longer socialism-communism; now under the Great Reset they call it inclusive capitalism.”
Whatever the packaging, it’s all geared toward the same outcome, she said. More power for government and less freedom for individuals.
“It’s moving at lightning speed and they’re taking out the people, sadly, who could really fight this fight.”
One of those who Yore believes was “taken out” was Philip Haney.
He posed a danger to their agenda not only because of his brilliance but because of his tireless and selfless desire to share what he knew with others, through books, speaking and one-on-one conversations.
Below is part two of a special video tribute to Haney, drawing from an interview he did in 2019 with retired FBI special agent David Baldovin. [See part one here.]
The entire video is excellent but those short on time may want to skip to the 11-minute mark to capture the meat of Haney’s message for America and the dangers he saw lurking on the near horizon.
With prophetic insight, he gives Americans a stark warning of how the globalist progressive left would use clever twists of the English language to lure us into agreeing to help them destroy our own country.
He said the Constitution serves as a bulwark against subversion that is stronger than any physical wall that could be erected around U.S. borders. But when American schools teach generations of children to disrespect the values found in the Constitution, it’s only a matter of time before those constitutional safeguards will get ignored and eventually replaced with a different set of values.
“For example, we hear virtually every day that Trump is destroying our democracy. This is not a democracy. We are a constitutional republic,” Haney said. “…But what does the progressive left in this country continually beat up on Trump with? They say he is ‘destroying our democracy.’”
Haney recognized the satanic strategy of the left to accuse Trump of the very destruction they are actually carrying out.
He explained the difference between the two forms of government – a democracy versus a constitutional republic.
“The problem with a democracy is that there’s no checks and balances. So if the judiciary and the legislative and the executive branches of the government are all in [control of] the same political party, you have no recourse. If you find yourself on the wrong side of the narrative, there is nowhere for you to turn. That’s the danger of majority rule.”
“And that’s where the Muslim Brotherhood comes in. They’re accomplishing more than they ever thought they would without firing a single shot. They’re accomplishing more than they ever would through terrorism, because terrorism just makes us mad. Of all the times I was ever betrayed, it was never by a Democrat. It was always by a Republican, because I’m a constitutional conservative. We want to preserve our Constitution and protect it.”
Haney saw that the core issue grinding America down is the growing secularism that places a low value on human life.
“So if we can normalize the killing of our own children, how would we recognize the saturation of our country by the Muslim Brotherhood? You can’t. We’re blinded to the reality of the threats we face. That’s why even within our own alliance, in our own conservative movement, we still have this strange, dreamlike incapability of responding to the threat, because we really haven’t addressed the real nature of the core of the problem in our own culture yet. If tomorrow we stopped it and we started valuing the life of every individual, including the unborn, we wouldn’t be arguing about sanctuary cities, would we?”
So there you have it, prophetic words from the mouth of Phil Haney. Just over a year after this interview, almost everything he warned us about, including the coming dangers of a “one-party state,” has become reality.
As Phil said, “if you wind up on the wrong side of the narrative you have nowhere to turn.”
That’s exactly what we now face in America as conservative Christians, living under the yoke of a Biden regime that has labeled us domestic terrorists. We call it the cancel culture but it’s really a symptom of a much deeper root cause – the abandoning of our Christian faith and “just going along to get along” in the face of an increasingly coercive and aggressive secularism.
Before long we discovered we had been lured into a place where we were surrounded by people who hate us, people who worship at the altar of a different god, and we were left defenseless against the viruses carried by these haters – the viruses of Marxism, Islamism, Big Tech fascist censorship and all the other demons against which a secular society is stripped of its defenses.
“So the progressive globalist left is always talking about Trump destroying democracy but what they’re really doing is destroying the constitutional republic,” Haney said.
Only a national return to God can restore our defense mechanisms against these viruses and help us ward off the onslaught of demonic oppression.