The White Pope and the Black Pope.
general Adolfo Nicolás is the successor of Ignatius
is the éminence grise behind White Pope Francis.
Irishman Timothy Dolan becomes the last Pope, there will be
2 Jesuit Popes serving simultaneously!!
Mitered Jesuit Timothy Dolan
generals appoint Popes and then get rid of the uncooperative
ones.... Since the official founding of the Jesuits by Pope Paul III in
1540, there has been a total of 46 White
Popes and only 30 Black Popes!!
founder of Roman Christianity–made it absolutely clear that there
is no such position as PRIEST, CARDINAL or POPE in the Christian Congregation!!
when they had ordained them presbyters
in every Congregation, and had prayed with fasting, they commended
them to the Lord, on whom they believed (Acts
English language Douay-Rheims translation is based on the Vulgate, and
the translators changed presbyters to priests....The
New Covenant uses bishop, presbyter, and elder interchangeably, but
it never uses the word PRIEST to refer to any office in the
when they had ordained to them priests
in every church and had prayed with fasting, they commended them to
the Lord, in whom they believed (Acts 14:23, Douay-Rheims
In this one very
rare instance, the Latin Vulgate has the correct word presbyteros.
de Smet was the most famous U.S. Jesuit of the 19th century!!
Peter De Smet, S.J., was the best known U.S. Jesuit of the 19th century....He
is little known today, because his pre-1870 hatred of the U.S. is considered
an anachronism, due to the fact that the Jesuits desperately need the
military might of the U.S., in order to recover the Pope's temporal power.
Peter De Smet (1801–1873)
at age 37.
Robe Pierré Jean De Smet was the Jesuits' agent on
the Great Plains and the Pacific Northwest.
headquarters was at St. Louis, Missouri.
hated the pioneers with a passion and sought to exterminate
them using his Indian "converts."
Peter De Smet in 1872.
to Europe 19 times to seek finances but he never encouraged Latin Church
members to emigrate to the U.S.
changed after 1870. Before that time, in the U.S., the intelligent people
knew perfectly well that Rome was just a political system disguised as
a religion. Christians were doing their utmost to win the Pope's followers
to Christ and the Jesuits feared losing this large source of manpower:
this period in his life (1860), Father De Smet earnestly discouraged
migration to America.
As he saw the vast numbers of Catholics coming to these shores, and
no possibility of supplying them with teachers, he felt that they could
not long withstand the influence of Protestantism and that apostasy
would exceed the number of conversions. He also advised some of his
more intimate friends not to send their children here on account of
the total change from the life to which they were accustomed.
In Europe they were to a large degree born to their station in life.
They would not work in well where boys commenced at the very foot of
the ladder, doing the commonest service for the sake of getting a start.
Their language would furthermore be against them until they could gain
a command of English; and on the whole they would stand little show
in competition with the universal adaptability of the American boy.
Life, Letters, & Travels, pp. 116-117).
changed after 1870. The Fall of the Papal States and the liberation of
Rome was the most earth shattering event since the blessed Reformation
of 1517. The immigration floodgates opened up!
Statue of Liberty.
Statue of Liberty welcoming immigrants was officially unveiled
Ellis Island immigrant processing station was opened in 1892.
Morgan's White Star Line brought most of the immigrants to
Ellis Island National Monument.
its closing in 1954, over 12 million immigrants arrived in the country.
Most of them were members of the Papal Church.
of these immigrants were in violation of the Bull of Pope Alexander VI
because none of them obtained a license from the king of Spain.
statue is a plaque with a poem by Emma Lazarus containing these words:
me your tired, your poor,
Your huddled masses yearning to breathe free,
The wretched refuse of your teeming shore.
Send these, the homeless, tempest-tost to me,
I lift my lamp beside the golden door!
these teeming millions become WRETCHED REFUSE? Obviously, they were born
to their station in life and there was no possibility of any amelioration!
an alarming fact that 1/3 of the U.S. population can trace their ancestry
to the immigrants who first arrived in America at Ellis Island before
dispersing to points all over the country. Serfs for centuries, the immigrants
were used to giving blind obedience to the Papacy and very few
of them believed in keeping the Sabbath
the millions of immigrants, it was not enough to send Cardinal
Al Smith to the White House in 1928. As revenge for that defeat, the
Jesuits gave us the Great Depression and World War II.
P. Giannini was a son of Pope Pius IX!!
Peter Giannini–son of Pope Pius IX–was born in the
fateful year of 1870. In 1885 he began his career as a fruit and vegetable
commission merchant on the docks of San Francisco.
he opened the Bank of Italy in San Francisco.
A. P. Giannini (1870–1949),
at age 30.
juggernaut that is known today as the Bank of America got
its start in San Francisco in 1904.
A. P. Giannini was the son of a poor Italian immigrant who
came to seek his fortune in California.
A. P. Giannini as president of the
Bank of America.
gold rush of 1849 was a magnet that attracted people from all over the
world. In 1863, Luigi Giannini–father-of A. P.– left his small
poverty stricken village in Italy to seek his fortune in the Golden State.
few struck it rich and many returned home. Those that remained behind
were not given free land as in other states. The vast feudal estates from
the Mexican occupation were kept intact and fell into the hands of monopolists:
the instrumentality of the Mexican land grants the colonial character
of landownership in Spanish-California was carried over, and actually
extended, after the American occupation. By the terms of the cession
of California to the United States it was provided that previously issued
Mexican land grants would be respected. Under Spanish rule only about
thirty land grants had been made, but, in 1846, when the United States
took possession, over eight million acres of California land were held
by some eight hundred Mexican grantees. The connivers, Mexican and American,
had rushed through huge grants on the eve of American occupation. Most
of these grants were vague, running merely for so many leagues within
certain natural boundaries, and, in the confusion of the period, they
were imperfectly registered. Many of the grants had never been surveyed,
and thus the bars were down for all manner of fraud. Speculators emerged
from dusty archives with amazing documents. The grants, purporting to
be conveyed by these documents, assumed all sorts of fantastic shapes–for
the purpose of roping in the improvements of settlers and the best land.
Factories in the Field, pp. 12-13).
It seems that California
was the home of illegal monopolies long before the Bank of Italy.
U.S. citizens did
have something in common with the Italian immigrants. They both mistrusted
banks. Giannini had a Herculean task in separating his Italians from
knew from the start that persuading North Beach Italians to deposit
their savings in his bank would be an uphill battle. In
addition to their preference for dealing strictly in gold, most were
deeply suspicious of banks and lacked confidence in the people who either
owned or managed them. North Beach Italians had ample reason
for their distrust of financial institutions. Back in 1878, for example,
a small neighborhood bank, the French Mutual, went into bankruptcy,
wiping out the hard-earned savings of scores of Italian depositors.
This calamity left a deep impression on the collective memory of the
community. Rather than put their trust in a bank, most North Beach residents
preferred to keep their savings safely at home, where it was hoarded
in cans, jars, and mattresses. (Bonadio, A. P. Giannini, Banker
of America, p. 30).
state except California outlawed branch banking and interstate banking
was strictly prohibited.
Bank of Italy, San Francisco.
Bank of Italy was determined to expand throughout California.
first branch bank was opened in San Jose in 1909.
it was greeted with suspicion and hostility but nothing could
stop the juggernaut.
Bank of Italy, San Jose.
employees were called "missionaries".
relentless spirit that drove missionary Peter De Smet now possessed Giannini:
fear and resentment of Giannini's opposition was not difficult to understand.
By the early 1920s the Bank of Italy had emerged as an immensely powerful
force in the state. A crucial factor was the activity of the bank's
Italian Department, which Giannini had established some years earlier
and then placed under the direction of Armando Pedrini. Sharing the
department's duties and responsibilities with Pedrini was Robert Paganini,
a young, energetic, and demanding North Beach businessman who had owned
an Italian-language newspaper in Sacramento before joining Bank of Italy.
Paganini directed the activities of the department's corps of handpicked
solicitors, or "missionaries" as they were called, all of
them Italians, whose job was to turn every Italian resident of California
into a depositor and stockholder in the Bank of Italy. (Bonadio, A.
P. Giannini, Banker of America, p. 76).
Giannini had conquered California and his next big move was to conquer
Bank of Italy became the Bank of America in 1928
Street bank that Giannini chose for his takeover bid was the successor
to the corrupt 1st Bank of the United States which lost its charter in
toward the end of 1927 Belden found the kind of large, well-connected
bank he felt certain Giannini was looking for: the
116-year-old Bank of America, successor to the Bank of the United States,
which had been founded in 1812 and later grew to financial prominence
as one of the leading banks of New York. Located at 66 Wall Street,
Bank of America occupied the lower five floors of its own thirty-two
story, spiral-topped skyscraper that the New York Times had
described as "the best known in greater New York and an architecture
purely American." Although in recent years Bank of America had
experienced serious losses, it was still valuable property, primarily
because of its historic reputation and eight city branches with total
deposits of $l00 million. (Bonadio, A. P. Giannini, Banker of America,
first bank of the United States was chartered by Congress in 1791. The
charter was to last for 20 years.
of the Treasury Alexander Hamilton conned Congress and President
Washington into chartering a bank modeled after the Bank of
object of the bank was to bankrupt the pioneers and prevent
the western expansion of the U.S.
Facade of the First
Bank of the U.S. in Philadelphia.
refused to renew the bank charter when it expired in 1811. The bank then
changed its name to protect the guilty and became known as the Bank of
America with headquarters in New York City:
of the three other banks incorporated in 1812 was organized by the New
York stockholders of the Bank of the United States who, wishing to obtain
a charter under which the business of the Bank's New York office might
be continued, applied for incorporation as the Bank of America. The
capital would be $6,000,000, including $5,000,000 of Bank of the United
States stock. It would be the largest bank in the States and a gain
for New York over Philadelphia in the financial and commercial rivalry
that had arisen between them. Being mainly Federalist and possessed
of so much capital, the bank was sure to be opposed both by the Republicans
who had a legislative majority, and by the existing banks in New York.
(Hammond, Banks and Politics in America, p. 162).
followed with England and President Madison renewed the bank charter in
President from 1829 to1837.
2nd Bank of the United States was more corrupt than its predecessor.
Biddle was president.
President Jackson fought a titanic battle with the hyda-headed
monster and finally slew it.
slaying the hydra-headed monster of the Second Bank of the United
its funds to the states and thereby laid the foundation for the economic
expansion of the country.
Jackson's unflinching determination and unwavering patriotism prevailed
over Biddle and his Bank. President Jackson called the Bank a monster
and was determined to pull all its teeth. He said:
am ready with the screws to draw every tooth and then the stumps.
President Jackson did exactly as he promised. When he left office, the
U.S. had a Constitutional currency consisting of silver and gold coins.
Our hero called paper money "RAG MONEY" and this is what he
said about it:
paper-money system and its natural associations–monopoly and exclusive
privileges–have already struck their roots too deep in the soil,
and it will require all your efforts to check its further growth and
to eradicate the evil.
was the land of monopoly and exclusive privileges long before it became
part of the United States so it was rich soil for the Bank of America.
and the Bank of America
industry in Hollywood actually became a branch office of the Bank of Italy
a.k.a. Bank of America. Hollywood movies led the moral decline of the
nation. Western movies distorted the image of the Christian pioneers and
gangster movies glorified crime and corruption.
Hollywood became a branch of the
Bank of America in 1930.
1930, Hollywood became a branch of the Bank of America when
Giannini became a major studio financier.
played a major rôle in the collapse of Christian morals
in the U.S. and around the world.
with movie mogul Joseph Schench
and director Cecil B. De Mille.
advantage of the Great Depression, Giannini jumped right in as a major
Hollywood desperately in need of financing, Giannini moved quickly to
increase Bank of America's presence in an industry of enormous importance
to the economic vitality of Los Angeles. As early as 1930, he authorized
a loan of $3 million for two of Hollywood's most aggressive producers,
Darryl F. Zanuck and Joseph Schenck, to form a new production
company, which became 20th Century-Fox two years later. Schenck, who
sat on Bank of America's board of directors, persuaded Giannini that
Zanuck's drive and talent as a movie producer was justification enough
to make loans available to him. With $400,000 in Bank of Italy money,
Zanuck worked furiously to rush six films into production, including
such financial successes as The Bowery, The House of Rothschild,
Cardinal Richelieu, and Bulldog Drummond Strikes Back.
By the end of the decade 20th Century-Fox had expanded into a $60 million
studio and was turning out some of Hollywood's biggest box-office attractions.
(Bonadio, A. P. Giannini, Banker of America, p. 118).
Joseph Schenck was a major movie mogul and he launched the film career
of actress Marilyn Monroe.
Gone with the Wind poster.
1939 blockbuster movie Gone with the Wind was based
on the book by Margaret Mitchell.
the movie, the Confederates were the HEROES, while the brave
Union soldiers were the VILLIANS!!
on the set of Gone with the Wind
with Vivien Leigh.
time, the producer had to get special permission from the censor to use
the curse word DAMN in the movie!!
the Bank of America panicked when a book entitled Factories in the
Field was published. The book was about the exploitation of migrant
farm workers, and the ownership of the mega-farms by Bank of America:
one realizes that approximately 50 per cent of the farm lands in Central
and Northern California are controlled by one institution—the
Bank of America—the irony of these "embittered" farmers
deeding their "homes" against strikers becomes apparent. (McWilliams,
Factories in the Field, p. 233).
books were published within months of each other. Unlike Steinbeck, McWilliams
was not an employee of the Bank of America.
Author Carey McWilliams
Carey McWilliams was very concerned about the growth of FASCISM
1939, he wrote a book entitled Factories
in the Field about the exploitation of farm labor.
public relations conscious Bank of America PANICKED.
Author John Steinbeck
countered by publishing a FICTION book by John Steinbeck entitled Grapes
of Wrath soon became a bestseller and was made into a movie in 1940.
As expected, the book by Carey McWilliams was soon forgotten.
Grapes of Wrath
fictional Grapes of Wrath quickly became a bestseller
and was made into a movie by Darryl F. Zanuck in 1940.
expected, Factories in the Field was forgotten.
was a great victory for the public relations department of
the Bank of America.
Grapes of Wrath starring
was made into a movie in 1940.
of Jesuit Bank of America produced Hollywood movies denigrating the Christian
Faith is legion. We can only cover a few.
Inherit the Wind was a parody of the Biblical story of Creation.
1960 hit movie Inherit the Wind was based on the
1925 Scopes "Monkey" Trial.
ridiculed the Genesis account of creation.
1960 movie Elmer Gantry was about sawdust salvation
or a drunken "Christian" traveling salesman who
seduces a psychic female tent evangelist.
Elmer Gantry was about sex, sin,
Gantry was based on a 1927 FICTION novel by Sinclair Lewis. Gantry, and
ex-seminary student, becomes a skeptic when he is required to
believe that Joshua made the sun stand still. At the end of the book,
Gantry finds "salvation" in the Latin Church.
Western movies were no better. According to Hollywood, the center of town
in the Old West was the SALOON . . . and not the CHURCH!
British Jesuit military-banking complex
farewell address to the U.S. people, President Eisenhower warned of the
military-industrial complex. He wasn't very far off the mark and the real
danger is the military-banking complex:
the councils of government, we must guard against the acquisition of
unwarranted influence, whether sought or unsought, by the military-industrial
complex. (President Eisenhower's Farewell Address).
War was also instigated by the Jesuits in order to finance Jesuit Napoleon
British Pentagon standing army
headquarters in Washington City!!
behemoth Bank of Italy a.k.a. Bank of America has come a long
way from the waterfront of San Francisco.
British Pentagon has ONE goal and that is to follow Napoleon
and Hitler in the attempted conquest of Russia.
Bank of America headquarters in Charlotte, North Carolina.
of the Pope's temporal power would automatically follow the conquest of
army and a banking monopoly go hand in hand. It wasn't until after
the founding of the Bank of England in 1694 that Great Britain began to
maintain a standing army.
way to beat the Pope's fanatics whether Latin or Muslim is to be always
ready to die as President Lincoln advised:
I see no other safeguard against those murderers but to be always ready
to die, as Christ advises it. As we must all die sooner or later, it
makes very little difference to me whether I die from a dagger plunged
through my heart or from an inflammation of the lungs. (Chiniquy,
Fifty Years in the Church of Rome, pp. 706-707).
expose is continued on the Jesuit/Indian
War Against the United States of Israel.
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