Friday, August 15, 2014

Can Jesuit cast out Jesuit?

 And if I by Beelzebub cast out devils, 
by whom do your children cast them out? therefore they shall be your judges.
 Matthew 12:27
 - King James Bible "Authorized Version", Cambridge Edition

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Above image - Mexico, 1927, anti-clerical government forces: Jesuit Miguel Pro's execution on November 23, 1927

Above image - Syria, 2014,  ISIS: executions by crucifixion of Catholics.

     What happening in Iraq today has roots back 100 years ago in Spain and Mexico. Jesuits never forgive, never forsake as they are Satanic. Why Obama, a CATHOLIC president (conversion: at Ted Kennedys' funeral) promptly acted to protect the Catho-Zoroastrian community in Iraq? But simply because backed by the Jesuits' ghost of the Cristero. After the Mexican Revolution, aimed to fight the overwhelming power of Catholicism in the political and social life of Mexico, if followed in the twenties the Catholic counter-revolution, with the guerrilla of Cristero, resulting in thousands of Catholic Mexican priests and peasants murdered and also tortured, in a macabre exhibition of their corpses. Graham Greene described it as the "fiercest persecution of religion anywhere since the reign of Elizabeth."

     If looked with careful, the Mexican Revolution and the persecution of the Catholic counter-revolution was led by an anti-Catholic atheist, Freemason, Socialist and admirer of the Soviet Union:

 The effects of Calles's policy on the Church were profound. Between 1926 and 1934 at least 4,000 priests were killed or expelled; one of the most famous was the Jesuit Miguel Pro.[21] Where there were 4,500 priests in Mexico prior to the rebellion, in 1934 there were only 334 priests licensed by the government to serve fifteen million people, the rest having been eliminated by emigration, expulsion, execution and assassination.[21][22] By 1935, seventeen states had no priests at all.
Public opinion in the United States turned particularly anti-Mexican when the first embassy of the Soviet Union in any country was opened in Mexico, on which occasion the Soviet ambassador remarked that "no other two countries show more similarities than the Soviet Union and Mexico".[12] After this, some in the United States government, considering Calles's regime Bolshevik, started to refer to Mexico as "Soviet Mexico".[13] ........
"..........On 28 May 1926, Calles was awarded a medal of merit from the head of Mexico's Scottish Rite of Freemasonry for his actions against the Catholics.[15]

The following month on 14 June 1926, President Calles enacted anticlerical legislation known formally as The Law Reforming the Penal Code and unofficially as the Calles Law.[16] His anti-Catholic actions included outlawing religious orders, depriving the Church of property rights and depriving the clergy of civil liberties, including their right to trial by jury (in cases involving anti-clerical laws) and the right to vote.[16][17] Catholic antipathy towards Calles was enhanced because of his vocal atheism.[1]
Like Obregón (his predecessor), Calles was a practicing Freemason and fervently anti-Catholic.[18][19] Regarding this period, recent President Vicente Fox stated, "After 1917, Mexico was led by anti-Catholic Freemasons who tried to evoke the anticlerical spirit of popular indigenous President Benito Juárez of the 1800s. But the military dictators of the 1920s were a lot more savage than Juárez."[20]
Due to Calles's strict and sometimes violent enforcement of anti-clerical laws, people in strongly Catholic areas, especially the states of Jalisco, Zacatecas, Guanajuato, Colima and Michoacán, began to oppose him, and on 1 January 1927, a war cry went up from the faithful Catholics, "¡Viva Cristo Rey!" Government hostility to Catholicism led to the Cristero War from 1926 to 1929, which was characterized by reprisals and counter-reprisals. The Mexican government violently persecuted the clergy, massacring suspected Cristeros and their supporters.

Satan cannot cast out Satan. But Jesuit can kill Jesuit - via Scottish Rite:

Wednesday, September 12, 2012

"Die katholische Geistlichkeit und die Freimaurerei" [the book] 

     The efficient model of the Mexican Revolution and Counter- was immediately after implemented in Europe, with the Spanish Revolution and the persecution of the "church" (Catholic church). The goal of both civil wars, among others, was the cementing of the Hitler-Mussolini alliance in the name of the "defense of Christendom" against the atheist, Bolshevik, Jewish and Masonic threat, intending the Catholicism as the true representative form of Christendom. In fact toward the end of that civil religious war you have the 1938 Racial Laws of Mussolini in Italy, and the.......

......1938 Munich's Agreement:

".......The Munich Agreement was a settlement permitting Nazi Germany's annexation of portions of Czechoslovakia along the country's borders mainly inhabited by German speakers, for which a new territorial designation "Sudetenland" was coined. The agreement was negotiated at a conference held in Munich, Germany, among the major powers of Europe, without the presence of Czechoslovakia. Today, it is widely regarded as a failed act of appeasement toward Germany. The agreement was signed in the early hours of 30 September 1938 (but dated 29 September).
Édouard Daladier believed he saw Hitler's ultimate goals as a threat. He told the British in a late April 1938 meeting that Hitler's real aim was to eventually secure "a domination of the Continent in comparison with which the ambitions of Napoleon were feeble." He went on to say, "Today it is the turn of Czechoslovakia. Tomorrow it will be the turn of Poland and Romania. ........."
In 1960, William Shirer in his classic, The Rise and Fall of the Third Reich, took the view that although Hitler was not bluffing about his intention to invade, Czechoslovakia would have been able to offer significant resistance. Shirer believed that Britain and France had sufficient air defences to avoid serious bombing of London and Paris and would have been able to pursue a rapid and successful war against Germany.[31] He quotes Churchill as saying the Munich agreement meant that "Britain and France were in a much worse position compared to Hitler's Germany".[26] After Adolf Hitler personally inspected the Czech fortifications, he privately said to Joseph Goebbels, "we would have shed a lot of blood" and that it was fortunate that there had been no fighting.[32]

       They could have stopped Hitler already in 1938. They didn't. Why? But because Hitler (& Mussolini) were the men of the "providence", "saving" Europe from the atheist Bolshevik threat which, hitting primarily Catholicism in Spain (widely seen as a prosecution of the Mexican civil war on Catholicism of P. E. Calles), with abundant executions of priests, was demonstrating that the Catholic church, the pope and the Jesuits were the "true form" of Christendom every one should feel in duty to defend putting aside his/her difference with the Catholicism:

 ".........The Republican government was anticlerical, and supporters attacked and murdered Roman Catholic clergy in reaction to the news of military revolt.[225] In his 1961 book, Spanish archbishop Antonio Montero Moreno, who at the time was director of the journal Ecclesia, wrote that 6,832 were killed during the war, including 4,184 priests, 2,365 monks and friars, and 283 nuns, in addition to 13 bishops, a figure accepted by historians, including Beevor.[226][233][234] Some sources claim that by the conflict's end, 20 percent of the nation's clergy had been killed,[235] [nb 7] The "Execution" of the Sacred Heart of Jesus by Communist militiamen at Cerro de los Ángeles near Madrid, on 7 August 1936, was the most infamous of widespread desecration of religious property.[236] In dioceses where the Republicans had general control, a large proportion – often a majority – of secular priests were killed.[237] .........."

Above image - original caption: "Execution" of the Sacred Heart of Jesus by Communist militiamen. The photograph in the London Daily Mail had the caption "Spanish Reds' war on religion".

      Stay sure that such an image had his powerful weight on the English diplomacy in Munich, as well on the Anglican church, already a crypto Romish church, after the blow of Westcott and Hort:

      Therefore don't worry about the Anglican Graham Green and his backing the Jesuits' agenda built with thousands of murdered priests.

      OK, above you read "Communists" and not "Anarchists", in a text which clearly distinguishes these two components of the Republican front. Not because Anarchists didn't commit heavy bloody revenges on the Catholic clergy, but as they were only a dumb tool of the game, they were not useable to perform the very refined Jesuits' policy of provocation, the desired, wished, searched "martyrdom" of the heathen, satanist clergy of Rome. 

      Fr. Joseph Stalin SJ.....

....... was a powerful gear of this game, and actively collaborated in to check the revolution, killing thousands of anti-Fascists weakening the Republican front in order to secretly support Franco, Hitler and Mussolini. But moreover performing the directives from the Jesuit Order who were going to use the Spanish Civil War as  a stage to represent a choreographed "bloody persecution" of the "Christendom" (Catholicism), no more or less than what happened ten years before in Mexico by the great admirer of Soviet Russia, Calles, and to use it as a moral blackmail to stop any attempt by the Western powers in to suppress Jesuits' Hitler & Mussolini. The "only defense of the civilization" in Spain.

       Sounds that familiar to you? If you make a comparison with recent events, with Ukraine and Iraq and Syria? With the actual Western appeasement with Putin and Iran and Hamas and on and on and on?.....

Above image - Like in Spain, 78 years before, today: execution of the tomb of prophet Jonah; original caption: "Muslim devils in Iraq, members of ISIS, destroyed the tomb of the prophet Jonah (called Younas in Arabic). obtained a video of the destruction:" by Walid Shoebat -
Quoted in Stiliyanov's :

Sunday, August 10, 2014

ISIS taking orders from the Jesuits - 2 

Wednesday, August 13, 2014


събота, 9 август 2014 г.

Guilty by association - back to the middle ages (pt 9)

1 comment:

  1. The communismo was the "boogeyman" back even in the 1800s, as far as I remember one of the reasons for the overly cautious politics of Bismark and the reason he lost favor with the religious authorities over time. The need for a "iron ruler" against the threat was increasing after that. The "boogeyman" or the "scarecrow" of now is (islamic) Fundamentalism that will extend to christian fundamentalism, when the other enemy is taken care of.

    It is so long massacres in the middle east and africa and from cryptocatholic Obama's office ....silence..... You know who is going to be the hero of the new crusade. I read that Russia is already arming and preparing christian militias in the middle east. It remains the question what course the new US president is going to take. . . . .

    As for Spanish Civil War, I remember a writer of ours producing a novel about a jesuit priest and his failed relationship with an english noblewoman with the background of the War...... these jesuits aren't human...... just emotionless robots

    The "not so strange" thing is that the jesuit is portrayed in a positive light. This movie was in the theatres in the communist 70s. One would assume that the socialists would be vindicated and the priest condemned, but it was rather the opposite.