So often, especially on this board, when discussing "secret societies" people immediately reference the Freemasons. It's understandable. They're
arguably the most "un-secret" secret society in the world.
But absolutely no one brings up the Jesuits, who in my 12+ years of research have always come up as THE guys at the top of the so-called
Illuminati/New World Order food chain.
So why are they never discussed in great detail on this board, or really any other conspiracy sites? Why do men like Alex Jones and David Icke scoff
when you mention them? That's more of a rhetorical question, really. Jones and Icke are temporal coadjutors. In fact, here's a clip of Jones getting
quite angry when a caller brings up the Knights of Malta (who his guest, another shill, quickly denies knowing who they even are) and The Jesuits.
Even Jordan Maxwell, who does indeed mention them quite often, is in my opinion a temporal coadjutor.
I mean we're talking about the men who carried out the assasination of Lincoln and Kennedy. The same group that authored and propagated the Protocols
of the Elders of Zion, and to this day still use Jews as scapegoats and patsies to shift blame and attention from themselves. The same men responsible
for communism and the gulags (outlined in the Protocols) and Nazi Germany.
So I really want to know why no one discusses them at all around these parts, or really anywhere, actually. It's quite peculiar.
Even if the Jesuits are completely innocent (and I'm sure many of the people here believe this) the massive amounts of testimony from people like
Chiniquy and Alberto Rivera as well as the tireless research from men like Eric Jon Phelps should at least warrant SOME sort of discourse about the
Jesuits and the Catholic Church, and their role in this supposed New World Order. What gives?
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