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Subject jesuits of church militant found the masonic lodge system, substitute paper money for gold and silver, underwrite wars, etc etc etc
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jesuits of church militant found the masonic lodge system, substitute paper money for gold and silver, underwrite wars, etc etc etc

no doubt this will be banned, that or the very nastiest trolls will be out in force for blood...but didn't make it up, just providing a link

interestingly enough, while the author, tupper saussy (who recently died) says that the catholic church itself dissolved the jesuit order in the late 1700s and reconstituted it in 1814, an ex-jesuit author, malachi martin, says in his book "the jesuits" that the freemasons dissolved the jesuit order...

[link to www.tuppersaussy.com]

Their corporate name was Company (or Society) of Jesus, soon shortened to “Jesuits,” and massive bylaws called “Constitutions” were drawn up by founding father Ignatius Loyola. The Jesuit Constitutions provide for a Superior General elected for life and due unquestioning obedience from his priestly soldiers. In the General’s person, Jesuits are required to see Jesus Christ.



Pursuant to the Constitutions, Padre Pozzo’s ceiling in the magnificent Jesuit Church of the Gesù in Rome glorifies Ignatius Loyola, the first Jesuit General, in whose central radiance Jesus is still burdened by the cross.

Working under the maxim taught by their own moralists “If the end is good, the means are legal,” the Jesuits established colleges, universities and masonic lodges that linked budding political and mercantile princes – Catholic and Protestant alike – in learning more from the Aristotelian humanities than the Bible.

By 1622, the Jesuits were openly celebrating their infiltration, occupation, and defeat of Protestantism. Within two centuries of their founding, all western civilization was developing according to Jesuit educational techniques. Three of the Company’s grander successes were modern monetized indebtedness, the modern masonic lodge, and the Age of Enlightenment.

Enough background. Now to the Revolution.

In 1758, Protestant biblicism was the state religion.of both Great Britain and the colonies. Roman Catholicism claimed no more than 1% of the American colonists. “Catholics in New England,” said John Adams, “are rarer than earthquakes.”

Because Catholicism smacked of treason, with its implicit obedience to the Papal Mitre over the British Crown, most of colonial America denied Catholics the right to vote, to hold public office, to own property, or even to worship in their customary forms. Came the Revolution, it never entered the Protestant majority’s mind to allow their despised co-inhabitants to function politically.

Between 1758 and 1775 the colonists suffered England’s “long train of abuses and usurpations.” Few realized that the many apparently spontaneous acts of tyranny (and decisive reactions thereto) were in fact pages of a rough script written in the mind of Jesuit Superior General Laurence Richey and executed through the Jesuits’ secret masonic bridge into the Protestant ruling classes on both sides of the Atlantic.

Richey’s script called for no less than motivating rebellious colonial energies to divide from England (its Bible, King, Parliament, and Church) and form a new, independent national government which could be legitimately occupied and eventually controlled by Roman Catholic lay-persons.

To distance his army from suspicion of complicity, General Richey made his Jesuits virtually invisible. He did this by arranging for European monarchs under his obedience to persecute and tyrannize his own men during the very years the colonists were suffering their tyranny. It was sublime oriental warfare, memorialized by General Richey's publication in 1772 of Sun-Tzu's Art of War (the first translation of this masterpiece from the original Manchurian into a western language).

“When you are strong,”said Sun-Tzu, “make it appear that you are weak.” In 1773 the Pope condemned the Jesuits to perfect weakness, and placed them under perfect cover, by dissolving the Company “for all eternity.” (Since the Pope’s word was to be trusted, no one dreamed that the order would be resurrected in 1814.)


Pope Clement XIV informing the Spanish ambassador of the "dissolution, extinction, and quite abolition" of the Jesuit priesthood. (From a contemporary engraving)



Laurence Richey’s war of Catholic liberation was won when the Continental Congress adopted its Declaration of the Causes and Necessities of Taking Up Arms in August 1775. English-speaking Protestantism was thus irreparably divided.

The real war was over before it began. All the rest—the battles, the legends, the heroes and the villains, the endless philosophical speculations, the enraging and the moving human interest stories of tragedy and hope and separation and reunion—this was the historico-theatrical production made possible by the fundamental circumstance for the people's participation, observation, empathy, celebration, and commemoration.

Flesh-and-blood combatants, colonists against tyrants, masked the true combatants, non-existent Jesuits against unsuspecting Protestants.

Church Militant’s momentous victory over America was proved with the ratification of Article VI of the Constitution in 1789 – "No religious test shall ever be required as a qualification to any office or public trust under the United States." The remarkable irony (religious war is invariably ironic) is that Roman Catholicism's most ardent enemies had dedicated their lives, fortunes, and sacred honour to surrendering their political scepter to. . . the Papacy.

Evidence of the success? Georgetown University, the incubator of American governmental policy, domestic and foreign, was founded by one of those non-existent Jesuit priests, John Carroll, who also was made America’s first Roman Catholic Bishop. Georgetown is still owned and operated by the Jesuits.

Consult any comprehensive Congressional directory and you’ll find that the Congressional committees and subcommittees regulating nearly all aspects of American life are chaired by Roman Catholic lay-persons.

Reflect on the United States seals, mottoes, customs, imagery, architecture, and archaeology and you’ll find an intense dedication to eternal Rome. Archaeology? Example: the land on which the U.S. Capitol is situated was Jesuit real estate that had been known for a hundred years prior to the Revolution as “Rome.” And who chose the property to become the Capitol site? Its owner, Bishop Carroll’s Jesuit-trained brother Daniel, a signer of the Declaration of Independence who also happened to be the Commissioner appointed by President Washington to find a site for the new federal city. (These facts were openly boasted by the Church until the mid-20th century, when they were stricken from the Catholic Encyclopedia and removed from acceptable conversation.)

More evidence? Witness how Jesuit warfare has silenced American Protestantism. Scholarly biblicists describe the way Protestantism has morphed into a lifestyle demonstrably more Babylonian than Christian with the term “post-Christian America.”

5. Religious war is funded not by money but by the love of money. Money in law and Bible is quite different from the money we use. Legal and biblical money (as shall be documented presently) is gold and silver. Beginning in 1913, the Church Militant persuaded Americans to exchange their gold and silver for notes of indebtedness, which were then made to circulate as money. (This is done through “legal tender” laws that permit debts to be settled in something other than gold and silver coin.)

Debt money worked because it was infinitely easier than precious metals to produce, and therefore could be created by the truckload. It played on human narcissism and shot-logic. “Everybody loves money,” as the Danny DeVito character in David Mamet's Heist reasoned. “That’s why they call it money.”

To underwrite war....

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there are several more free chapters, given as a way of promoting sales of his book, but still are food for thought, or to choke on....
 
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