The Jesuit New World Order

Wednesday, 24 October 2012


THE BLACK POPE A Wolf in Sheep’s Clothing?

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Father Adolfo Nicolás, a Spanish priest and missionary to Asia, was elected the new Superior General of the Jesuits.
A TIME article notes that Nicolás, also known as the “Black Pope,” holds a “lifetime posting” that “has sway over a network of priests, universities, hospitals and other missionary institutions around the globe.”i TIME also states that “...the rest of the Church never allowed a Jesuit to be elected to the real papacy for fear of concentrating too much power in the hands of the order.”ii
What TIME doesn’t mention is the incredible global power that the Jesuits already hold. According to historian Dave Hunt, “The Pope has thousands of secret agents worldwide. They include Jesuits, the Knights of Columbus, Knights of Malta, Opus Dei, and others.” Jesuits aim at universal dominion. They have rendered themselves indispensable to the Pope and to U.S. governors. They hold revolutions in their hands, and, as it was written by Luigi Descantis in 1865, “it is they who rule the world.”iii
Given the Jesuits’ dominion, how powerful is their Superior General? In 1720, Michael Angelo Tamburini, then General of the Jesuits, said to the Duke of Brancas, “See, my lord, from this room—from this room I govern not only Paris, but China: not only China, but the whole world, without any one knowing how ‘tis managed.”iv
A conversation with Father Nicolás shows him open, humble, self-effacing, and approachable.v However, being a nice guy isn’t the equivalent of being a Christian. Jesus says that not everyone who says “Lord, Lord” will enter the kingdom of heaven (Matthew 7:21).
Note these worrisome aspects of Father Nicolás’ theology: 

1. Evangelism

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Father Nicolás’ view of evangelism doesn’t involve conversion. Describing the attitude of St. Francis Xavier (a 16th century Catholic priest) toward a Buddhist monk, Nicolás says, “Xavier did not go there to convince him to become a Christian; he went there to tell him: ‘Look...your life is not good. You have to help people to become better.’ And that’s a tremendous insight into how God works in other people, even in a Buddhist monk.”vi
Nicolás believes evangelism is more about encouraging people to “be good” than about sharing Jesus with them.

2. Allegiance to the Pope.

Historically, Jesuit Generals support the Pope as father of the faithful. Total commitment to the Pope is exercised through the Jesuits’ use of St. Ignatius’ Spiritual Exercises:
...to take an irrevocable vow of obedience—the obedience of the dead body, which has no will and no motion of its own...The obedience goes...to the Pope; and when the Pope says that black is white, and white black, it is the great moral glory, of the order that it is able to repeat the lie...vii Submission to human authority separates the Jesuit from the true Protestant. While the Bible believer recognizes the truth in God’s Word, the Jesuit is tied to ecclesiastical traditions.

3. Liberation Theology

This theology, which began in impoverished areas of South America, states that the Church should come alongside the working class to bring social change.viii
According to BBC, “The movement was caricatured in the phrase ‘If Jesus Christ were on Earth today, he would be a Marxist revolutionary.’”ix If indeed liberation theology is communist in nature, we should see communism and fascism apparent in its mandates and encyclicals. And indeed we do. In another report, we investigate Roman Catholic economic thought and its parallels with fascism.
In the 1980s, Liberation Theology “was blasted as a ‘fundamental threat’ to the church by Cardinal Joseph Ratzinger, who has now become Pope Benedict XVI.”x Despite this, Father Nicolás said in an interview that Liberation Theology “is a courageous and creative response to an unbearable situation of injustice in Latin America” and “it needs years to mature.”xi
So how much of this supposed tension between the opinions of Nicolás and Ratzinger is really just a smoke screen? This is an intriguing contradiction—Jesuits claim to obey the Pope, but the Jesuit Superior General wants to give a Papacy-condemned theology “years to mature.”

Conclusion

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Should the free world be concerned over the Jesuit organization? A recent article in the National Catholic Reporter reveals that “...a whopping 52 members of the 111th Congress...are alumni of [Catholic]...institutions...Of the 52 alumni, 34 received graduate or professional degrees from Jesuit universities…”xii With their allegiance squarely with the Pope, these Jesuit “soldiers” are responsible, at least in part, for shaping the economic and political thought of the United States—one of the mightiest nations in the world.
Like his predecessors, the new Superior General is a powerful [and dangerous] man to whom even the Pope is subject.xiii The black pope, who today is Father Adolfo Nicolás, is Ratzinger’s confessor. “The Pope’s confessor, an ordinary priest, must be a Jesuit: he must visit the Vatican once a week at a fixed time, and he alone may absolve the Pope of his sins.”xiv
The next few years will reveal more of the papacy’s plans as they are brought to fruition. “Watch ye therefore, and pray always” Luke 21:36 KJV.
For more information about the Black Pope and the Jesuits see Total Onslaught, #212 Hidden Agendas
 

i. http://www.time.com/time/world/article/0,8599,1705399,00.html
ii. ibid
iii. Luigi Descantis, Popery, Puseyism and Jesuitism (London:1905) Translated by Maria Betts from the original Italian edition published as Roma Papale in 1865.
iv. Andrew Steinmetz, History of the Jesuits volume 1 (Philadelphia: Lea and Blanchard, 1848).
v. http://www.sjweb.info/documents/ansj/20080210AN_Conversation_eng.swf
vi. ibid
vii. http://www.medievalchurch.org.uk/p_loyola.php
viii. http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2005/05/01/AR2005050100821.html
xi. http://www.catholicnewsagency.com/new.php?n=14395 xii. http://ncronline3.org/drupal/?q=node/3169
xiii. Dave Hunt, A Woman Rides the Beast (Eugene: Harvest House Publishers, 1994). xiv. Nino Lo Bello, The Vatican Empire (New York: Trident Press, 1968).

1 comment:

  1. Greetings. I had i reservation on your text if i can. Tiso was not murderer of jews. Maybe you do some more research and then you shoot. This question is much more complicated. In Slovakia 1939-1945 was Tiso only president, but there were "Snem" something like parliament, with 80 members and parliament create and approve laws. President can only veto. But veto can be broken by second voting in "snem". At first there were radicals lead by Tuka and Tiso was antoher wing not radical.
    Radical want radical solution of jewish question. So Tuka start unconstitutionally deporations of jews from Slovakia, later were signed treaty with Germany, where Germany commited good living conditions for Slovak jews in Poland work camps. This can be easy to verify. So no one except few radicals want to murder jews, they want to get rid of them by eviction. Jews were get rid of citizenship and property so it is moral discutabile. I trully don´t advocate this approach but truth is that no one wants to mas murder jews. They absolutely don´t know what is going in camps. When slovakian jew Dionýz Lénard run from camp and get info abut mas murdering, Tiso send Mach and ordered to stop transports until Slovak diplomatic mission can verify how jews live in camps. This mission was never allowed by Germans. So transports stopped in 1942. Allies start to believe that germans trully murder jews in 1944. Slovakian government in this time was trully not friendly inclined to jews that is true, but it is not very objective to throw all dirt on president. There were much wrong shamefull decisions but president is not only one responsible. There are many testimonies about Tiso trying to help jews. He helped for example 80 jew chlidren as in this video old man who were one of thiese children testifies. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4pUo3tqR4v8 only in slovak lang.
    I like your article but i studied this questions for years and i think it is not objective stance that Tiso was like other vatican criminals. He doesn´t had very good relationship with high ranking class priests and pope. An in the end, they get rid of him. He was brought in front of manipulated communist tribunal and hanged. I think that he has got at least sentiment and emotions although he do mistakes. This question is very sensitive in Slovakia and many misinterpretation and falsified things get out to the world. for example http://m3.aimg.sk/fdetail/mf_371187898_416f08564aa36ee6f534c733d24a0a76.jpg there is foto first modified to show that Tiso heiled. Second is real photo from which was first photo modified. And this is only one evidence that even today someone wants to throw dirt on Tiso. It is very good for thiese whose ancestors were in Snem or confiscated jewish property. It´s good to throw all dirt on dead Tiso and they can freely harm even today and they can even pretend that they are most tollerant. World is full of oportunists.
    Make your own opinion. I want only wrote you different story that came from evidence from which i learned.

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