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criticalsyncer
criticalsyncer
3 months ago

Really enjoyed this conversation between Frank & Phil.
A well overdue deep dive.

xileffilex
xileffilex
3 months ago

Frank, can you expand upon your idea of “Jesuit Training”? How does this occur? Is it merely the passage through a Jesuit school, along with hundreds, thousands, hundreds of thousands of pupils studying the usual range of subjects [but who are all no doubt ready to be activated by the Davos crowd when required]? Or is there some other after-school classes which must be attended, some kind of Davos-grooming crammer, for those already identified as future Young Global Leaders and fed royal “Jesuit” jelly? Rather like how top East German athletes were selected at an early age. I’m intrigued. Evidence… Read more »

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ricky
ricky
3 months ago
Reply to  xileffilex

“Jesuit jelly” is available on the “dark web.”

anounceofsaltperday
anounceofsaltperday
3 months ago
Reply to  xileffilex

The simplest analogy is the Bene Gesserit in Dune by Frank Herbert. opusdei.org/en-au/faq/opus-dei…?

xileffilex
xileffilex
3 months ago

I’m afraid your thesis falls down in any country with a predominant Protestant [ or other] culture. It is of no use in the UK for example, where Eton, Harrow, Oxford or Cambridge Universities create their own natural elite who are selected from the thousands, hundreds of thousands of young people who pass through these non-Jesuit institutions. Perhaps it’s the quality of education in whatever country you care to analyse which produces the elite? I think you’re talking nonsense.

anounceofsaltperday
anounceofsaltperday
3 months ago
Reply to  xileffilex

I was largely talking about Australia when I made my comments, but your comment piqued my interest so I spent about 12 seconds “researching” your claim. 8% of the UK Parliament are Catholic, as was Tony Blair and Boris Johnson. The idea that the contemporary Anglican Church is not Catholic in all but name is risible. In my view, the Queens abandonment of her duties to the UK during this time of the destruction of the constitution of the UK, the actions of it’s PM and parliament are entirely consistent with the Jesuit plan of destruction of Christ’s kingdom. I… Read more »

xileffilex
xileffilex
3 months ago

I have no idea what you’re on about, Frank, but like I said the best education in Australia is probably in Jesuit schools. Tony Bomber Blair – Fettes College perhaps [the best Scottish school] and Oxford has zero J-content and was only a bizarre recent “convert”. I’m not sure how religious his wife is or why that sudden Damascene moment came about. Boris “Shagger” Johnson may have been baptised Catholic [not “Jesuit”] but was confirmed Anglican at the best UK school, Eton and followed Blair to Oxford where, incidentally, Catholics were banned until as recently as 1871. Again, Null J-points… Read more »

anounceofsaltperday
anounceofsaltperday
3 months ago
Reply to  xileffilex

So, once again, your comments confirm all that I type and speak about. Yes, Catholics WERE banned…The RC Church had been mortally wounded, stripped of all authority. But the wound has been healed and ecumenism (however it is spelled) rules us all. That you don’t comprehend why Blair and BoJo suddenly converted to Catholicism is indicative of a severe case of cognitive dissonance. Trump, who claims to be a Protestant, is also Jesuit trained and he and his wife knelt and prayed in temple dedicated to a RC saint. Biden of course kisses the ring… probably both of them for… Read more »

napoleon wilson
3 months ago

freemasonsfordummies.blogspot…. Younger folks may never have read the classic science fiction work by Ray Bradbury, Fahrenheit 451, or seen the film made of it in 1966 by François Truffaut. It is a dystopian novel about a future society that engages, in part, in burning books (the title itself refers to the temperature at which paper burns). At the end of the story, a small community of dissenters is discovered who who have all dedicated their lives to memorizing the entire texts of books, and each one then recites theirs to a student to learn the same. Thus, civilization is preserved and passed… Read more »

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dirtybenny
dirtybenny
3 months ago

Very interesting info, Napoleon. I did not know the Bradbury position on Fahrenheit 451 not being about government censorship. I am, however, extremely suspicious of his stance of blaming the consumer, as opposed to the insidious pervasive mass marketing and indoctrination into these technologies by corporations and government. I remember learning that bars and restaurants were being paid to install multiple big screen TV’s. Then the taxis, subways, hospitals, churches and their crowning achievement, the ubiquitous cellphone. They are surrounding us with screens. For goodness sake, I can’t pump gas without being assaulted by a screen. I have “apps” pushed… Read more »