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Zionists or Jesuits? (Debate)

An interesting debate over who really controls the world. I do not consider any of these sources entirely reliable, but the debate is interesting nonetheless:

The Land of the Jesuits’ Operations

History of the Society of Jesus in North America - colonial and federal (1907) (14586971919)

“America,” as a talented writer (Giustiniani) expresses it, “is the promised land, the land of the Jesuits’ operations. To obtain the ascendency, they have no need of a mercenary Swiss guard, or the assistance of the holy alliance, but a majority of votes, which can easily be obtained by an importation of Roman Catholics from Ireland, Bavaria, and Austria. Rome, viewed at a distance, is a colossus; near at hand, its grandeur diminishes, its charm is lost. But the Jesuits are every where the same—cunning, immoral, and sneaking intriguers, until they have obtained the ascendency. Rome feels her weakness at home; she knows herself to be a mere political institution, dressed in the garment of Christianity. She takes good care to uphold that holy militia, the Jesuits, in order to appear what she is not. It is a strife for existence. I am not a politician,” says this writer, “but knowing the active spirit of Jesuitism, and the indifference of the generality of Protestants, I have no doubt whatever, that in ten years the Jesuits will have a mighty influence over the ballot-box, and in twenty they will direct it according to their own pleasure. Now they fawn, in ten years they will menace, and in twenty command.”

~William Hogan, Popery! As it Was and as it Is, Crusade Against the Albigenses

10 Facts About The Jesuits

Exile of the Jesuits from Russia (Geoffroy, 1845)

World’s Last Chance (Note: this organization is Seventh Day Adventist):


“Beware of false prophets, who come to you in sheep’s clothing, but inwardly they are ravenous wolves.” – Yahushua in Matthew 7:15 (NKJV)    

“We came in like lambs and will rule like wolves.” – Francesco Borgia, Third Jesuit Superior General.

The Society of Jesus, more commonly referred to as the Jesuits, are the armed militia of the Roman Catholic Church.  They were sanctioned in 1540 by Pope Paul III with one mandate: to defeat Protestantism and regain worldwide Papal rule.  To achieve this monumental task, they employ ever-adapting methods of pseudo-education, social programs, infiltration, and all wickedness that could possibly be conceived.  Needless to say, they are achieving great success in their mission, which is climaxing with the present pope, Pope Francis, i.e.  the Eighth and last Pope of Revelation 17, who held some of the highest positions in Argentina, including Provincial Superior in the Society of Jesus and Archbishop of Buenos Aires.   He was made a cardinal by Pope John Paul II…

Read more: https://www.worldslastchance.com/end-time-prophecy/10-facts-you-must-know-about-the-jesuits.html

The New Jesuit General 2016

Shaun Willcock of Bible Based Ministries:

Paul iii and ignatius loyolaHis name is Arturo Sosa, and he was elected to be the new Superior General of the Jesuit Order.  As such, he is now the leader of the world’s Jesuits.  They met in Rome in October to elect him, after his predecessor, Adolfo Nicolas, resigned after reaching the age of 80.

To most, one man replacing another as Jesuit general would mean little, if anything.  Just another election of a leader of a religious order within the Roman Catholic institution.  But to those who know the true history of the Jesuits, and their modus operandi, any election of a new Jesuit general is of immense importance.  And this becomes of incalculably more importance, when the pope of Rome himself is a member of the Jesuit Order!

For in truth, Francis I, the first openly Jesuit pope in history, is not the man who is in charge of the Roman Catholic institution.  The Jesuit general is the real power behind the papal throne.  He pulls the strings, and the pope dances.[1]  And unless one properly understands this fact, it is impossible to understand the Roman Papacy at all, and particularly the Roman Papacy with a Jesuit on the throne!

For here is the grim truth: the Jesuits are unique among all Roman Catholic orders.  When they were created in the sixteenth century, they had as their mission the destruction of Protestantism.  But in order to fulfil this mission, as well as to accomplish their other objectives in the world, they knew that they had to control the popes of Rome themselves.  And this is precisely what they achieved, at a very early date.  History reveals these facts.  The Jesuits pretended to lay themselves at the feet of the pope, to be his willing servants, to go wherever he wanted them to go and to do whatever he wanted them to do.  But this was all a front.  In truth, they obeyed only one man, and it was not the pope.  It was their general.  They were, from the start, fanatically devoted to carrying out his orders – and only his – throughout the world.  And so they did.  And at the same time, the Jesuit general came to control the pope.  Not just a pope here and there, but virtually every pope.  They became so powerful in the Vatican that they manipulated the very elections of popes, and then they placed their powerful hands on the papal shoulders and directed their movements, speeches, actions.  And if a pope dared to cross them, they did not hesitate to remove him, even by assassinating him!  This was done often.  It did not take the popes long to realise that if they wanted to maintain a semblance of power and enjoy their luxurious lifestyles in the Vatican – indeed, if they wanted to continue to enjoy life itself – they had better obey the Jesuit general in all things.[2]

As time went by and the sheer power and influence of the Jesuit general over the pope became evident even to the masses, the general came to be known as the “black pope”, the one directing Vatican affairs from the shadows.  “In Roman Catholic circles it is well known that the Black Pope is the term used for the General of the Jesuits.  As the Pope is always robed in white, and the General in black, the contrast is obvious.  But those Romanists who do not greatly love the Jesuits, and their number is not limited, use the term as indicating that the Black Pope rules the White Pope.”[3]  The Jesuits came to be universally feared throughout the Roman Catholic world, and universally hated as well.

And then in recent times the world witnessed an extraordinary thing, brought about by the Jesuits behind the scenes in the corridors of power in Rome.  They placed one of their own on the papal throne!  He was Jorge Mario Bergoglio, and he became Pope Francis I in 2013…

Read more: http://www.biblebasedministries.co.uk/2016/11/21/the-new-jesuit-general-2016/

Ian Brown – What Does A Jesuit Pope Mean

This is a video presentation of this sermon: http://www.sermonaudio.com/sermoninfo.asp?SID=320131759278

Jesuits and Trump’s Controversial 2005 Comments

Trump & Clinton

Well, this is an interesting take on things:

Douglas Andrew Willinger:

“The incriminating 2005 Verizon Wireless [a company with Jesuit connections as discussed in the article] Access Hollywood audio-video sat in obscurity for over a decade, only to be publicly released in an October 8, 2016 article in The Washington Post, just prior to the 2nd Trump-Clinton debate held in St. Louis, Missouri on October 9, 2016, and within hours of a wiki-leaks public release of Hillary Clinton related emails…

A jesuitical move to shift public voter opinion against Trump, in order to favor what would logically be the Jesuit preferred ticket with one of its very own in the #2 position?”

Source and read more: http://continuingcounterreformation.blogspot.ca/2016/10/a-jesuitical-move-favoring-us.html

Jesuits and the Jewish State

An interesting quote from the Jesuit revue Civilta Cattolica on the existence of Israel:
Declaration of State of Israel 1948 2

1827 years have passed since Jesus of Nazareth’s prophecy that Jerusalem would be destroyed, that the Jews would be exiled as slaves among the nations and remain scattered to the end of time…. According to the holy scriptures, it is incumbent on the Jewish people to live forever scattered and wandering among the gentile nations, in order to provide testimony to Jesus, not only via the writings, but by means of their very existence. Being that Jerusalem has now been rebuilt, to become a center for the renewed Israeli State, we are duly bound to add this is a direct contradiction to Jesus’ own prophecy.

Read more about the Catholic Church and Israel:  http://www.conservativenewsandviews.com/2016/07/27/clergy/catholic-church-v-israel/

Image information: David Ben-Gurion (First Prime Minister of Israel) publicly pronouncing the Declaration of the State of Israel, May 14 1948, Tel Aviv, Israel, beneath a large portrait of Theodor Herzl, founder of modern political Zionism, in the old Tel Aviv Museum of Art building on Rothshild St. The exhibit hall and the scroll, which was not yet finished, were prepared by Otte Wallish.

A Former Jesuit Missionary

Hillary Clinton vs. Donald Trump - Caricatures

I am going to be slowing down posting on this blog for a while because I do not have the time to research, read and post something for every single day at the moment.

However, I wanted to bring attention to an article by News that Matters in which the author states regarding Clinton’s running-mate:

Tim Kaine is a former Jesuit missionary and a supporter of the US land owners in the Banana Republic of Honduras. He has served the pope,  and his bid to rule the World.

In a very short while, the White House may be occupied by someone with allegiance to an organization whose members swear an oath to exterminate Protestants wherever they find them.  I highly recommend reading Edmond Paris’s The Secret History of the Jesuits for a look at what may be coming to North America.

Devotion of Act for Devotion of Heart

REV. EDWARD HOARE, M.A. on how Rome satisfies the need for holiness through its asceticism:

Joseph Leycester LyneA second substitution for true holiness is asceticism: according to which system the unholy heart finds its refuge in a separation from ordinary men.  Christianity carries holiness into life, asceticism takes the hermit out of it.  But yet it is perfectly natural that men should seek such a refuge.  When they feel the burden of sin, and experience the temptations of a surrounding world, it is no wonder that they should seek a remedy in a complete retirement from its influence.  To give themselves up to fasting, penance, and solitary communion with God, must lead, they very naturally argue, to the enjoyment of more holy peace than they can hope to find in the midst of the duties and varied engagements of society.  Hence every false faith has produced its devotees.  Under different systems they have assumed a different character, but in all the principle is the same.  The Hindoo separates himself from the world, and stands with his arm erect till it becomes stiffened into a fixed position; while the Buddhist and the Romanist retire to the convent that they may there withdraw from the world, and devote themselves wholly to spiritual exercises and to God.  But though this is natural, it is a mere accommodation.  The real evil of the human heart is not corrected by the change, nor have the hair shirt and the leathern girdle the slightest influence in controlling the corrupt passions of the nature.  There may be as much pride, self-righteousness, and ill-governed temper in the lonely hermit’s cheerless cell, as in the deep current of the world’s society.  At the same time it is an accommodation, for it employs the name of Christ, and gives the semblance of a very elevated piety.  It adopts the language of devotion, and prescribes a course of action and self-denial.  It gives the inquirer something to do, and something to bear; it separates him also from other men, and so, though his heart be not purified, it gives him the hope that he is holy.  This was remarkably seen in the case of Ignatius Loyola.  Like Luther, he was awakened to a deep sense of sin, and it is a remarkable fact that the two greatest p. 18phenomena of the sixteenth century, the Reformation, and Jesuitism, should have sprung out of the same uneasiness for sin.  Luther found peace through the blood of the Lamb, and holiness in the work of the Spirit; Loyola was as much distressed as he, and failing in his discovery of Christ, he took refuge in the substitute of an ascetic life.  He tore himself away from his kindred and father’s house, determining to undergo penances of the severest character, and to serve God in Jerusalem.  He hung up his shield before an image of the Virgin, and, having clothed himself in coarse raiment, he stood before it for whole nights with his pilgrim’s staff in his hand.  At Manresa he passed seven hours daily on his knees, and scourged himself regularly thrice a-day.  He devoted three whole days to making a general confession for sin, but the more he explored the depths of his heart, the more painful were the doubts which assailed him.  Having read in some of the fathers that God had been moved to compassion by a total abstinence from food, he remained from Sunday to Sunday without tasting anything, and at last only broke his fast in obedience to the positive injunctions of his confessor.

Such were the efforts of a master mind, to create for itself an artificial holiness, and such are the principles more or less involved in the whole system of the monasticism of Rome.  It substitutes devotion of act, which withdraws men from their appointed sphere, for devotion of heart which glorifies God in its varied duties: and thus presents a spurious holiness within reach of unconverted minds.

Source:  POPERY THE ACCOMMODATION OF CHRISTIANITY TO THE NATURAL HEART at https://www.gutenberg.org/files/42280/42280-h/42280-h.htm, p. 17-18

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It Varies Its Colors According To The Soil On Which It Treads

Chameleon color


There is no sin in an attractive exhibition of the truth, nor is it wrong to enlist the tastes in favour of the Redeemer’s kingdom, for the Apostle to the Gentiles was himself “made all things to all men.”  So soon, however, as the truth itself is modified in order to suit the prejudices or inclinations of those to whom it is addressed, the accommodation from that moment becomes sinful in its character.  Now it is impossible to study the records of Romanism without perceiving that it is perpetually guilty of this sinful modification.  Thus in different countries it assumes different external aspects.  In catechisms for the Irish, for example, it omits the second commandment, while in those for England it generally inserts it, adapting itself in each case to what it considers that the people’s mind can bear.  In China the Jesuist missionaries actually went so far as to omit from their teaching the great fact of the crucifixion, because they considered that a truth so humbling would be unwelcome to that proud and self-sufficient people.  The foundation of Christianity was removed in order to accommodate it to the pride of the natural heart.

Thousands of other instances might be adduced to show the pliability of the system.  It is like the camelion, and varies its colour according to the soil on which it treads.  It will even preach justification by faith in those parishes where the people have learned the value of that blessed truth; while, at the very same moment, in the decrees of the Council of Trent, it levels its anathemas against those who venture to maintain it.  In Protestant countries it will be foremost in its denunciations of idolatry, while in others, where the people are prepared to bear them, it will fill its churches with its idols.  In all cases, it accommodates itself to the existing bias of the mind addressed.

Source:  POPERY THE ACCOMMODATION OF CHRISTIANITY TO THE NATURAL HEART at https://www.gutenberg.org/files/42280/42280-h/42280-h.htm, p. 2-3

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