JESUITS: May we never forget

Portrait of Juana of Austria and a Young Girl captures Juana, a woman of high ambition who married at seventeen, was widowed two years later, ruled Spain for five years, and was a Jesuit. Artist Sofonisba Anguissola was a female painter of the Italian Renaissance.

Portrait of Juana of Austria and a Young Girl captures Juana, a woman of high ambition who married at seventeen, was widowed two years later, ruled Spain for five years, and was a Jesuit. Artist Sofonisba Anguissola was a female painter of the Italian Renaissance.

John Adams writing to Thomas Jefferson on the danger of the Jesuits:

 “I do not like the late resurrection of the Jesuits. They have a general now in Russia, in correspondence with the Jesuits in the United States, who are more numerous than everybody knows. Shall we not have swarms of them here, in as many shapes and disguises as ever a king of the gypsies, Bampfylde Moore Carew himself, assumed? In the shape of printers, editors, writers, schoolmasters, &c.? I have lately read Pascal’s letters over again, and four volumes of the History of the Jesuits. If ever any congregation of men could merit eternal perdition on earth and in hell, according to these historians, though, like Pascal, true Catholics, it is this company of Loyola. Our system, however, of religious liberty must afford them an asylum; but if they do not put the purity of our elections to a severe trial, it will be a wonder.”

Lafayette (1757-1834; French statesman and general. He served in the American Continental Army under the command of General George Washington during the American Revolutionary War. He said:

“It is my opinion that if the liberties of this country – the United States of America – are destroyed, it will be by the subtlety of the Roman Catholic Jesuit priests, for they are the most crafty, dangerous enemies to civil and religious liberty. They have instigated MOST of the wars of Europe.”

Execution of Mennonites This engraving depicts the execution of David van der Leyen and Levina Ghyselins, described variously as Dutch Anabaptists or Mennonites, by Catholic authorities in Ghent in 1554. Strangled and burned, van der Leyen was finally dispatched with an iron fork. Bracht's Martyr's Mirror is considered by modern Mennonites as second only in importance to the Bible in perpetuating their faith. Murder of David van der Leyen and Levina Ghyselins, Ghent, 1554 Engraving by J. Luyken, from T. J. V. Bracht (or Thieleman van Braght), Het Bloedig Tooneel De Martelaers Spiegel. . . . Amsterdam: J. van der Deyster, et al., 1685 Rare Book and Special Collections Division, Library of Congress

Execution of Mennonites This engraving depicts the execution of David van der Leyen and Levina Ghyselins, described variously as Dutch Anabaptists or Mennonites, by Catholic authorities in Ghent in 1554. Strangled and burned, van der Leyen was finally dispatched with an iron fork. Bracht’s Martyr’s Mirror is considered by modern Mennonites as second only in importance to the Bible in perpetuating their faith. Murder of David van der Leyen and Levina Ghyselins, Ghent, 1554 Engraving by J. Luyken, from T. J. V. Bracht (or Thieleman van Braght), Het Bloedig Tooneel De Martelaers Spiegel. . . . Amsterdam: J. van der Deyster, et al., 1685 Rare Book and Special Collections Division, Library of Congress

Lincoln said:

“The war [i.e., the American Civil War of 1861-1865] would never have been possible without the sinister influence of the Jesuits.”

Samuel F.B. Morse, inventor of the telegraph, said:

“The Jesuits…are a secret society – a sort of Masonic order – with super-added features of revolting odiousness, and a thousand times more dangerous.”

“[The Jesuits] are the deadly enemies of civil and religious liberty.” – R. W. Thompson (Ex-Secretary, American Navy)

The Expulsion of the Salzburgers On October 31, 1731, the Catholic ruler of Salzburg, Austria, Archbishop Leopold von Firmian, issued an edict expelling as many as 20,000 Lutherans from his principality. Many propertyless Lutherans, given only eight days to leave their homes, froze to death as they drifted through the winter seeking sanctuary.

The Expulsion of the Salzburgers On October 31, 1731, the Catholic ruler of Salzburg, Austria, Archbishop Leopold von Firmian, issued an edict expelling as many as 20,000 Lutherans from his principality. Many propertyless Lutherans, given only eight days to leave their homes, froze to death as they drifted through the winter seeking sanctuary.

Napolean said:

“The Jesuits are a MILITARY organization, not a religious order. Their chief is a general of an army, not the mere father abbot of a monastery. And the aim of this organization is power – power in its most despotic exercise – absolute power, universal power, power to control the world by the volition of a single man [i.e., the Black Pope, the Superior General of the Jesuits]. Jesuitism is the most absolute of despotisms [sic] – and at the same time the greatest and most enormous of abuses…”

Persecution of Huguenots by Catholics The slaughter of Huguenots (French Protestants) by Catholics at Sens, Burgundy in 1562 occurred at the beginning of more than thirty years of religious strife between French Protestants and Catholics. Numerous atrocities were performed by Catholics upon Huguenots. In the notorious St. Bartholomew's Day Massacre in Paris, August 24, 1572, thousands upon thousands of Huguenots were butchered by Roman Catholic mobs.  Perhaps as many as 400,000 French Protestants emigrated to various parts of the world to escape persecution.  1863 General Collections, Library of Congress

Persecution of Huguenots by Catholics The slaughter of Huguenots (French Protestants) by Catholics at Sens, Burgundy in 1562 occurred at the beginning of more than thirty years of religious strife between French Protestants and Catholics. Numerous atrocities were performed by Catholics upon Huguenots. In the notorious St. Bartholomew’s Day Massacre in Paris, August 24, 1572, thousands upon thousands of Huguenots were butchered by Roman Catholic mobs. Perhaps as many as 400,000 French Protestants emigrated to various parts of the world to escape persecution. 1863 General Collections, Library of Congress

“Between 1555 and 1931 the Society of Jesus [i.e., the Jesuit Order] was expelled from at least 83 countries, city states and cities, for engaging in political intrigue and subversion plots against the welfare of the State, according to the records of a Jesuit priest of repute [Thomas J. Campbell]. …Practically every instance of expulsion was for political intrigue, political infiltration, political subversion, and inciting to political insurrection.” – (1987) J.E.C. Shepherd

“Alas, I knew they [i.e., the Jesuits] would poison me; but I did not expect to die in so slow and cruel a manner.” (1774)  – Pope Clement XIV

[U.S. President] James Buchanan was poisoned [in 1857] and almost died. He lived because he knew that he had been given arsenic poisoning and so informed his doctors. He knew that the Jesuits [had] poisoned [Presidents] Harrison and Taylor [with arsenic]. The Jesuit Order fulfilled their oath again that they would poison, kill, or do whatever was necessary to remove those who opposed their plans. From 1841 to 1857, we saw that three [U.S.] Presidents were attacked by the Jesuits as outlined in the Congresses of Vienna, Verona, and Chieri. Two died and one barely escaped [death]. They [i.e., the Jesuits] allow nothing to stand in their way of total domination of America, and the destruction of the [U.S.] Constitution.”  – Bill Hughes (From his book The Secret Terrorists)

Drowning of Protestants Shown here is a depiction of the murder by Irish Catholics of approximately one hundred Protestants from Loughgall Parish, County Armagh, at the bridge over the River Bann near Portadown, Ulster. This atrocity occurred at the beginning of the Irish Rebellion of 1641. Having held the Protestants as prisoners and tortured them, the Catholics drove them "like hogs" to the bridge, where they were stripped naked and forced into the water below at swordspoint. Survivors of the plunge were shot. Massacre of the Protestant Martyrs at the Bridge over the River Bann in Ireland, 1641 Engraving from Matthew Taylor, England's Bloody Tribunal: Or, Popish Cruelty Displayed . . . . London: J. Cooke, 1772 Rare Book and Special Collections Division, Library of Congress

Drowning of Protestants
Shown here is a depiction of the murder by Irish Catholics of approximately one hundred Protestants from Loughgall Parish, County Armagh, at the bridge over the River Bann near Portadown, Ulster. This atrocity occurred at the beginning of the Irish Rebellion of 1641. Having held the Protestants as prisoners and tortured them, the Catholics drove them “like hogs” to the bridge, where they were stripped naked and forced into the water below at swordspoint. Survivors of the plunge were shot. Massacre of the Protestant Martyrs at the Bridge over the River Bann in Ireland, 1641 Engraving from Matthew Taylor, England’s Bloody Tribunal: Or, Popish Cruelty Displayed . . . . London: J. Cooke, 1772 Rare Book and Special Collections Division, Library of Congress

“The organization of the [Roman Catholic] Hierarchy is a complete military despotism, of which the Pope is the ostensible [i.e., apparent; seeming] head; but of which, the Black Pope [Ed. Note: The Superior General of the Jesuits], is the real head. The Black Pope is the head of the order of the Jesuits, and is called a General [i.e., the Superior General]. He not only has command of his own order, but [also] directs and controls the general policy of the [Roman Catholic] Church. He [the Black Pope] is the power behind the throne, and is the real potential head of the Hierarchy.  – Civil War Brigadier General Thomas M. Harris

“Above all I have learned from the Jesuits. And so did Lenin too, as far as I recall. The world has never known anything quite so splendid as the hierarchical structure of the [Roman] Catholic Church. There were quite a few things I simply appropriated from the Jesuits for the use of the [Nazi] Party.”  – Adolf Hitler

The Burning of Master John Rogers Martyrdom of John Rogers The execution in 1555 of John Rogers (1500-1555) is portrayed here in the 9th edition of the famous Protestant martyrology, Fox's Book of Martyrs. Rogers was a Catholic priest who converted to Protestantism in the 1530s under the influence of William Tyndale and assisted in the publication of Tyndale's English translations of the Bible. Burned alive at Smithfield on February 4, 1555, Rogers became the "first Protestant martyr" executed by England's Catholic Queen Mary. The Burning of Master John Rogers Engraving from John Fox, The Third Volume of the Ecclesiastical History containing the Acts and Monuments of Martyrs.  London: Company of Stationers, 9th edition, 1684 Rare Book and Special Collections Division, Library of Congress

The Burning of Master John Rogers Martyrdom of John Rogers The execution in 1555 of John Rogers (1500-1555) is portrayed here in the 9th edition of the famous Protestant martyrology, Fox’s Book of Martyrs. Rogers was a Catholic priest who converted to Protestantism in the 1530s under the influence of William Tyndale and assisted in the publication of Tyndale’s English translations of the Bible. Burned alive at Smithfield on February 4, 1555, Rogers became the “first Protestant martyr” executed by England’s Catholic Queen Mary. The Burning of Master John Rogers Engraving from John Fox, The Third Volume of the Ecclesiastical History containing the Acts and Monuments of Martyrs. London: Company of Stationers, 9th edition, 1684 Rare Book and Special Collections Division, Library of Congress

Hitler also said:

“I have learnt most of all from the Jesuit Order. …So far, there has been nothing more imposing on earth than the hierarchical organization of the [Roman] Catholic Church. A good part of that organization I have transported direct to my own [Nazi] party. …The Catholic Church must be held up as an example. …I will tell you a secret. I am founding an order [Ed. Note: the Nazi SS]. …In [Heinrich] Himmler [who would become head of the Nazi SS] I see our Ignatius de Loyola [Ed. Note: the founder of the Jesuit Order].”

“The Jesuits, in control of [Adolph] Hitler’s occult and homosexual Third Reich…, installed puppet dictators throughout Europe. They were: · Bavarian Germany and the Third Reich – [Adolph] Hitler [born-died: 1889-1945] · Italy – [Benito] Mussolini [born-died: 1883-1945] · ‘Vichy’ France – [Henri Philippe] Petain [born-died: 1856-1951] · Spain – [Francisco] Franco · Austria – Seyss-Inquart · Poland – Frank · Slovakia – [Jesuit] Priest Tiso · Croatia – [Ante] Pavelitch ((Ed. Note: alternate spelling: Pavelic)) · Belgium – Degrelle. All these Roman Catholic, Jesuit-controlled, Jew-hating dictators were loyal to the greatest war criminal of all, Papal Caesar Pius XII and his master, Jesuit [Superior] General Wlodimir Ledochowski.”  – Eric Jon Phelps (Author of the book Vatican Assassins)

The Geneva Bible The Geneva Bible was published in English in Geneva in 1560 by English reformers who fled to the continent to escape persecutions by Queen Mary.

The Geneva Bible The Geneva Bible was published in English in Geneva in 1560 by English reformers who fled to the continent to escape persecutions by Queen Mary.

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