Tuesday, May 18, 2010

Wlodimir Ledochowski's Afterglow Unwittingly Nailed by Glenn Beck

Glenn Beck Dances Around the Jesuits – ignoring Georgetown University’s baleful influence – yet hitting a nail on its head by citing 1915: the year of the start of the Jesuit Order’s ‘greatest’ Superior Generals- Wlodimir Ledochowski

26th Jesuit Superior General 'Black Pope' - Feb. 11, 1915 - Dec. 13, 1942

Jesuit Gesu art of Loyola bearing the Jesuit Red Standard, this piece was taken out of view during the early 1900s shortly before the emergence of the various regimes bearing this basic flag


According to the Italian language version of Wlodimir Ledochowski’s bio:

“During the long period of this general, it strove to adapt the company to the needs of modern times”

Illustrations: Ledochowski and his 3 predecessors and successors

Facilitating the Continuing Counter Reformation

Steering the great nations to war, this last of the great Roman Generals had not only mastered diplomacy as described by O’Collins and Saussy, but as well increased governmental and media centralization, the former for carrying out new inquisitions, and the latter for conditioning the public to go along.

As Durant and others wrote, the Jesuit Order was always greatly concerned with how the public perceived things, hence the Jesuits early on adopted education as a main goal, and later involved themselves with infiltrating, manipulating and ultimately controlling newspapers and other things attracting broad public attention- all via increased centralization.

Notable are the rise of all of these red flag regimes just after the Jesuit’s hide away the artwork in their mother Gesu Church featuring Ignatius Loyola with the Jesuit standard of a red flag

Hence just look at the historical timelines within the U.S.:

The centralization of the money supply: 1913 establishment of US Federal Reserve.

The establishment of the US FBI

The establishment of the US National Income Tax

The continued consolidation of newspapers

The invention and popularization of radio (and subsequently TV)

The invention and popularization of motion pictures

Notable are the newspaper spins about Germany: anti 2nd Reich; anti-Kaiser; pro-3rd Reich; pro-Hitler.

1910s and 1930s English language newspapers and magazine attitudes towards Germany, which were negative towards the Kaiser’s (Lutheran-Prussian led) 2nd Reich, but favorable towards that of Hitler (Roman Catholic Austrian). Reading such materials on my own, in the library of the school I then attended – New Rochelle HS – in 11th grade during my free 2nd period, was an eye-opener of the mass media being most unworthy where it mattered.

Notable is the rise in anti-Jewish (anti-‘Semitic’) writings in newspapers following the end of WW1.

Notable are figures as ‘Father’ Coughlin; from Wikipedia:

“He was one of the first political leaders to use radio to reach a mass audience.

Notable are the number of motion pictures of a light type such as musicals.

Such movies, usually just thought of as a means of uplifting the masses from the drudgery of the great economic depression, would likewise serve to distract from the WW2 that was about to erupt.

Yet we had Gone With the Wind- about a great war culminating in some serious destruction targeted for some curved piece of land culminating in a tail?

South-eastern U.S. and the 1861-1865 Confederate States of America

'A' marks the location of Fort Caroline massacre of Protestants by Spanish Papists


Population Loss in Germany
during the 1618-1648 '30 Years War'

Protestant (Lutheran) area in pink targeted by the 1st and 2nd 30 Years War

(a set of events -- the U.S.- Confederate Civil War and the 2nd 30 Years War -- flanking Wlodimir Ledochowski’s life by months.)

And we had the Wizard of Oz- was this a sly hint about a little man behind the scenes pulling the strings?

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