Sunday, June 10, 2007

Wlodimir (Vladimir) Ledochowski

Continuing the Counter-Reformation into the 20th Century

Wlodimir (Vladimir) Ledochowski- 26th Superior General of the Jesuit Order
elected Superior General February 11, 1915, died December 13, 1942

(a suspiciously obscure figure considering that the U.S. spends nearly $1 trillion annually to supposedly combat religious terrorism)

In 2006, following my experience suggestive of an overly powerful Roman Catholic Church over and through the U.S. government, for daring to write about this which was totally ignored in the U.S. by its media and "environmentalist" organizations, I began to do further research – thanks to the internet -- upon the general topic of this infiltration and subversion of our governments, and discovered the Vatican’s military-strategic subsidiary – the Jesuit Order.

I discovered Tupper Saussy’s book Rulers of Evil, which I highly recommend, about the Vatican-Jesuit fist within the glove of the U.S. government.

And I figured, in exposing the “rulers of evil”, or more correctly, evil rulers, how about spotlighting the Jesuit Order leader during through some of the most historically important times of the last century. After all, there’s a well-known book “Hitlers Pope”.

So what about “Hitler’s Black Pope”? According to Rulers of Evil:

Using cinema and radio to unite Catholic laypersons with the Roman hierarchy was a main purpose of “Catholic Actions”. Catholic Action was inaugurated in 1922 by Pius XI, whose two confessors, Father Alissiardi and Celebrano, were Jesuits. The first pope to install a radio station at the Vatican (1931) and to establish national film review offices (1922), Pius XI ordered Catholics into politics. In the letter Peculari quadam (containing the flock) he warned that “the men of Catholic Action would fail in their duty if, as opportunities allow it, they did not try to direct the politics of their provinces and their country.”

The men of Catholic Action did try. Their first main effort was to employ Black Pope Vladimir (Wlodimir) Ledochowski’s strategy of bringing the Catholic nations of central and eastern Europe together into a pan-German federation. To head the federation, Ledochowski required a charismatic leader charged with subduing the communistic Soviet Union on the east, Protestant Prussia, Protestant Great Britain, and republican France on the west, Ledochowski chose the Catholic militarist Adolph Hitler, who told Bishop Bernind of Osnabruch in 1936 that

There was fundamental difference between National Socialism and the Catholic Church. Had not the church, he argued, looked upon Jews as parasites and shut them into ghettos? “I am only doing,” he boasted, “what the church has done for fifteen hundred years, only more effectively.”

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