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The American Revolution by the Jesuits

 
skippy
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The American Revolution by the Jesuits
Like the French Revolution the American Revolution was ran by the Freemasons and the Jesuits.

Within Washington DC is the Jesuit University. The Jesuits prior to the revolution were banned.

vrwc

Washington is a wicked beast and puppet of Rome as Spain was before.
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So the American Revolution was a bad thing????
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"There was no church in the region during the early decades of the eighteenth century, as the public exercise of Catholic worship was prohibited by the laws of Maryland: the faithful depended for spiritual aid on the Jesuit Fathers ... The independence of the United States ensured religious liberty, and new era for the Catholic Faith began in Maryland."
-The Catholic Encyclopedia
[link to www.newadvent.org]



"The Jesuits are the only order of regular priests who have shown an attachment to the rebels during the course of the war."
-General Frederick Haldimand, Governor of Canada during the American Revolution, writing to Lord North from Québec, June 19, 1783
[link to books.google.com]

"[Jesuit] Father John Carroll, who was to become the first American bishop and the first Bishop and later Archbishop of Baltimore, accompanied John Adams and Benjamin Franklin to Québec to ask that the Canadians join in the American Revolution, the then Bishop Briand of Québec forbade his priests to have anything to do with the visitors and he actually excommunicated John Carroll. Bishop Briand had his reasons, in that the British had guaranteed the Catholics of Québec freedom of religion, a freedom which was not guaranteed at that time in the original thirteen rebellious colonies, where Catholics were often discriminated against. Bishop Briand saw no reason for Canadians to join the American colonies against the British, and he was very annoyed that a Catholic priest should be among those seeking to encourage Canadians to risk their religious liberty in what he considered to be a dubious cause. So he excommunicated Father Carroll – and there is no record of which I know that such an excommunication has ever been lifted."
-Cardinal John Patrick Foley, Knight of Malta, Knight of Columbus, and former Grand Master of the Equestrian Order of the Holy Sepulchre of Jerusalem, speaking at the Knights of Columbus 126th Supreme Convention in Québec, Canada, August 5, 2008
[link to www.kofc.org]
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The Knights of Malta’s pivotal role in the American Revolutionary War
by David Lindsay
Article published on 03 July 2011

Tomorrow, 4 July, the United States of America marks Independence Day but few here in Malta are perhaps aware of the fact that the Knights of the Order of St John and a number of Maltese had played a concerted role in the American Revolutionary War - on the American side of the equation.

It is a little known fact that some 1,800 Maltese and Knights of the Order had enlisted in the French Navy to help the fledgling United States in its War of Independence.

And, thanks to their seafaring acumen, the Maltese and the Knights, in fact, proved to be a critical element in ending the war with an American victory.

In 1781, with the help of the Maltese sailors, the French Navy defeated the British in the Battle of the Chesapeake. With the defeat, the British were unable to regroup or supply their troops. Consequently, and as a result of the victory at Chesapeake Bay, the American army forced the British surrender and the end of the war.
[link to www.independent.com.mt]


"Another knight [of Malta], Admiral François-Joseph-Paul de Grasse, delivered the coup de grâce to the British at Yorktown. His fleet arrived from the Caribbean just in time to trap Cornwallis and the British army, who were in full retreat. The British, waiting for reinforcements and supplies that would never arrive, surrendered to George Washington and ended the war. The admiral was a Knight of Malta, and he learned his sea-manship skills under the tutelage of the order. Of the French ships that battled the British, several were commanded by members of the Knights of Malta, including Admiral de Grasse's chef d'escadron at Chesapeake Bay, Jean-Louis-Charles de Coriolis d'Espinousse. After the war fourteen of the twenty elite Knights of Malta who fought for the American cause became members of the Society of the Cincinnati, a closed group formed by George Washington for his officers. Despite criticism that the order was a version of European aristocracy, membership was limited to a handful and future membership required that an individual be a descendant of a member of the founding group."
-Steven Sora, author of Secret Societies of America's Elite: From the Knights Templar to Skull and Bones, page 44-45
[link to books.google.com]

Admiral de Grasse's son would go on to become one of the founding members of the Scottish Rite of Freemasonry in 1801:
[link to www.freemasons-freemasonry.com]
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Yeah,and I can tell you THIS:the maltese would GLADLY cut off every White-Anglo-Saxon-Protestant head in Europe,America,Australia,New Zealand,etc,etc,for "their" evil,satanic versio of roman catholicism/pope!!!!!

I live here and the sentiment—I can tell you is being re-vitilised by the day since the pope's 9/11!

YAHWEH destroy the vatican!!!

Peace.

p.s.5 STARS from me friend!
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"It is also suggested the Jesuits, through their great commercial relationship with the East India Trading Company were able to divert funding through the activities of the Vatican Bank to help finance (indirectly) the war of insurrection."
-Hugh J. McNichol, M.A., Catholics during the American Revolution
[link to villanova.academia.edu]



"Americans would be fighting under the private flag of an international mercantile corporation controlled by Jesuits"
-F. Tupper Saussy, Rulers of Evil: Useful Knowledge about Governing Bodies
[link to www.bttp.info]
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"One of the most prominent groups that contributed to the cause of American independence was the Society of Jesus, or the Jesuits. During the American Revolution, the Jesuits had already well established educational institutions throughout the original thirteen colonies. In addition to the educational facilities, they also established unique commercial enterprises that establish “Jesuit-farms,” which provided an interlinked source of trade between Jesuit communities which provided a conduit of communications and resources for the revolutionary colonists throughout the Eastern seaboard."
-Hugh J. McNichol, M.A., Catholics during the American Revolution
[link to villanova.academia.edu]

"Black slaves were bought to provide the stable labor force. In 1767, over 7000 black slaves worked on Jesuit farms, ranches, and colleges of Spanish America."
-Nicholas P. Cushner, Jesuit Ranches and the Agrarian Development of Colonial Argentina
[link to books.google.com]

"Technically the slaves belonged to the Corporation of the Roman Catholic Clergymen, the legal entity established by the former Jesuits in 1783, calling themselves the Select Body of the Clergy, so that their apostolic work could continue while the Society of Jesus was suppressed. This was the body which selected John Carroll as the first American bishop and head of the corporation. [Jesuit John] Carroll was quick to use the resources of the corporation, including income from the [slave labor] farms, to support Georgetown and the diocese of Baltimore."
-Raymond A. Schroth, The American Jesuits: A History
[link to books.google.com]

skippy
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Yeah,and I can tell you THIS:the maltese would GLADLY cut off every White-Anglo-Saxon-Protestant head in Europe,America,Australia,New Zealand,etc,etc,for "their" evil,satanic versio of roman catholicism/pope!!!!!

I live here and the sentiment—I can tell you is being re-vitilised by the day since the pope's 9/11!

YAHWEH destroy the vatican!!!

Peace.

p.s.5 STARS from me friend!
 Quoting: TruthAddict 17251243


Wow, living on Malta you really are in the belly of the beast.

Hope all is well for you
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bump
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Jesuit John Carroll, patron of the American Revolution:




Jesuit Paolo Dall'Oglio, patron of the Syrian Revolution:


Thread: Syria: Fifth column Jesuit pig expelled from the country!
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Intriguing and interesting thread.bump
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Jesuit “chaplain of the revolution” forced to leave Syria speaks out
[link to catholicnewslive.com] 8/24/2012
[...]
He [Paolo Dall'Oglio] calls himself the “chaplain of the revolution” and told AFP in the Thursday interview that Syrians “have the right to defend themselves with arms” against an unjust regime.



The Jacobite Jesuit: Fr. Alexander Cameron, S.J.
[link to goodjesuitbadjesuit.blogspot.com] 5/21/2011
A fascinating account of a "forgotten" hero of the Jacobite Uprising has just been published by a senior Lochaber churchman. The Forgotten Cameron of the '45: The Life and Times of Alexander Cameron S.J, has been written by Monsignor Thomas Wynne, well-respected and much-loved parish priest of St Margaret's Church in Roy Bridge. Telling the story of Father Alexander of Achnacarry, a missionary Jesuit priest and chaplain to Bonnie Prince Charlie's army, has been a long-held interest of 80-year-old Monsignor Wynne. He revealed to the Lochaber News: "Many years ago, I was intrigued by a small piece of tartan in a cabinet in the Cathedral House in Oban. "With it was an old hand-written note saying it was part of the tartan vestment worn by Father Alexander Cameron when he said mass on the eve of the Battle of Culloden. "When I had more time in my new parish of Arisaig, I decided to investigate the life of this virtually unknown priest, and over a long period put together the story of his life which I found so moving. "Alexander Cameron is almost forgotten by history, yet he was a remarkable man. The brother of the clan chief, Donald Cameron ("the Gentle Lochiel"), he was a life long Jacobite and a missionary in the Highlands during a period of great political, social and religious turmoil.



Video: Jacobite Rebellion and American Revolution

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09/03/2012 06:47 PM
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Hi 'Skippy'!, yeah,I see a day coming when,as a non-catholic,I'll either have to pack a couple of good pistols or just get out of here to a safer, Anglo-friendly country; a LOT has changed here since 9/11—even if the locals aren't as conscious of it as I am, and I even believe that this current pope—'benedict 16'—is actually the most popular pope with the locals in a long time, due to his nazi past...

Another 5 STARS from me tonight (plus PIN).

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