Jesuits and Protestantism

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I have gone through many of these audios, and find the whole  history of Protestantism fascinating. It’s really the foundation of North America, and the change in its teachings over the past three generations or so is no accident, according to this series.

Check the blogtalk radio website, as I am having a problem trying to find the actual audio file links.

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Tom Friess of is starting a series on the diabolical Foundation of Dispensationalism Futurism.  Tom is on First Amendment Radio at 10:00AM Central Time, Monday thru Friday

This week he will be explaining the definition of the fourth vow of the Jesuits.

You have been taught to insidiously plant the seeds of jealousy and hatred between communities, provinces, states that were at peace, and incite them to deeds of blood, involving them in war with each other, and to create revolutions and civil wars in countries that were independent and prosperous, cultivating the arts and the sciences and enjoying the blessings of peace. To take sides with the combatants and to act secretly with your brother Jesuit, who might be engaged on the other side, but openly opposed to that with which you might be connected, only that the Church might be the gainer in the end, in the conditions fixed in the treaties for peace and that the end justifies the means.

via Jesuit Diabolical Foundation of the New World Order Part Two 10/23 by Mystery Babylon News Radio | History Podcasts.

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4 thoughts on “Jesuits and Protestantism

  1. Blue Moon

    The heretical concept of an elect who survive the rapture (Begging the question: Why did Christ die for ALL mankind’s sins if only a few are actually to be saved?) sits center stage in the modern mind control program known as fundamentalist Xtianity- Though some of these heretical concepts had been around since Calvin, it wasn’t until after WWI that the movement got legs within a political context- Oil barons within the Unocal cartel had had a series of books published outlining the fundamentalist agenda- These publications, The Fundamentals: A Testimony to the Truth, were aimed at unionized protestants and were designed to align the faith of these working stiffs with the national and international goals of the USA, i.e., God’s country; meaning, of course, aligning with US economic policy and general banking/industrial interests- During the depression, even churches in the south and Midwest were espousing socialist ideals given the lack of work amongst starving members of their flocks- William Randolph Hearst, the biggest media mogul of the age, responded to this leftward shift in the working class by pulling a storefront preacher named Billy Graham out of obscurity and turned him into a media sensation, providing a template for all the weird hair-dos and unlocatable accents of the media savvy preachers that followed- Graham was the first preacher of the modern media age to align himself with politicians, especially presidents- He was a key component of Nixon’s Southern Strategy which hurried the realignment of the traditional Democratic south to the embrace of the GOP- What might have once been considered a faith for the common man was redirected back into line with obedience to authority and mindless patriotism-

  2. ala samoan

    They also did a series of talks on the founding of Washington DC and Georgetown University. After listening to this you can see why there are so many Jesuit trained politicians in office and high Jesuit CFR members.

    You will also find a talk on the JFK secret society speech which they recorded earlier this year. A total flip to Chris Kendall’s interpretation. It’s well worth the listen.

    I also have problems trying to find their talks on their website, It’s easier to get them off itunes.


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