http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jean-Baptiste_JanssensFrom The New York Post:
In his famous Instruction on the Social Apostolate (1949), considered a milestone in the Society's road to commitment to the so-called "social question," Father General Janssens challenged the Jesuit educational institutions. In bold language for those days, the general speaks of completely uprooting the spirit of "caste" among Jesuits and their students. They should not appear "to be allied with the rich and the capitalists". Those especially who labor in the educational ministry should manifest "an interest and concern for the proletaries that is equal to, or even greater than, that shown to the rich".
KOCH supporters need to learn history:
Jews need to form stronger ties to the Catholic Church to ensure their survival, according to former Mayor Ed Koch.
“We’re 13 million Jews in the whole world — less than one-tenth of 1 percent,” said Koch, while being honored by the Beit Morasha of Jerusalem public- policy organization in Manhattan Wednesday night.
“And we need allies. The best ally we can have is the Catholic Church. Oh, you can go back in history when they were not great allies. But they proved to be. It started with Pope John XXIII and Pope [John] Paul II. We have to reach out to them.”
The former mayor didn’t stop there.
He criticized Orthodox Jews for refusing to step foot in a Catholic church.
“It’s ridiculous, ridiculous,” Koch declared. “What we have to do is reach out in friendship.”
Koch was a friend of the late John Cardinal O’Connor, and has stayed friendly with his successors.
excerptKoch needs to learn that reality is like an onion, with a great many skins and much to cry over:
Ledochowski’s extension of Ignatius Loyola’s maximum of the “ends justifying the means” via their dictatorships, more covert with those of the “left”, and more overt with those of the “right” -- exemplified with the example of de Boynes’ support for a Nazi collaborationist government of his own France – dictated a policy shift for the Jesuit Order to further guard and guide the popular perceptive of them, with various Jesuiticisms, with Jean Baptise Janssens writing in his Instruction on the Social Apostolate (1949), described by his Wikipedia biography as:
“a milestone” [regarding] “the so-called ‘social justice question”, Father General Janssens challenged the Jesuit educational institutions. In bold language for those days, the general speaks of completely uprooting the caste among Jesuits and their students. They should not appear “to be allied with the rich and the capitalists”. Those especially who labor in the educational ministry should manifest “an interest and concern for the proletaries that is equal to, or even greater than, that shown to the rich.
Whereas Jesuits were better known for supporting cruel “right” rather then “left” wing dictatorships, now they should no longer appear to be.
“Jesuitical” – a crafty schemer; cunning dissembler; casuist: hostile and offensive them, as used by anti-Jesuits. One using words of intrigue and equivocation.
Janssens above quote presents a good textbook example of several Jesuitical use of words. By including the word “appear” Janssens does not mean the Jesuit Order would not be such an ally- only that it would not appear to be.
By using the words “rich” and “capitalist”, Janssens stresses attributes or definitions that are not all that helpful on determining good and bad, as if its better to push the emotion button of envy rather then ponder how they got and use their wealth, or that barter is necessarily so better as to have use abandon a means of exchange- money, which trades at a far higher value then its intrinsic physical-material reality of a printed bill or a bank’s electronic acknowledgement, while distracting from how such money is backed. Such, with its useful like slogans for impressionable college students though distracting from pursuing a more holistic perspective stressing synergies and reactions, marks this sort of Jesuitical equivocation of education/indoctrination.
“Social Justice” – the term used as the title of the magazine published during the 1930s by ‘Father Charles Couglin -- is an excellent example: a Jesuitical phrase that immediately sounds good, even as it hardly guarantees anything positive given its neutral meaning as giving what was due, and just who is saying it. “Social Justice” can mean something good, rewards for those that were the objects of injustice, though conversely it can also mean something bad, punishments for those did an injustice; hence it is a highly useful cloak, with the determination/definition of such being hereto given to the Jesuit Order with its established mission of extending the power of the Roman Catholic/Romish-Masonic Church Empire by conspiring against those not loyal to Rome.
Such examples of such “Social Justice” include the Roman Catholic massacres of Protestants, such as the infamous 1572 St Bartholomew Day’s Massacre in France, the Jewish peoples at various times, and the northern Serbs during WW2 in clerical-fascist Ustashe Croatia: all perceivable under traditional Roman Catholic doctrine as the ‘social justice’ for ‘heretics’ via Wlodimir Ledochowski’s counter reformation wars killing 80+ million people to culminate in the destruction of Prussia. Such clever sloganeering, amidst a situation lacking any shock and break with any sort of open intra-Vatican conflict nor excommunications of the pro dictatorship elements (indeed, Spain’s Vatican supported Franco eulogized Hitler as a great defender of Christianity), but rather a buzz of coordinated unity at working towards covering up the atrocities to which their Church of the City of the 7 Hills was most intimately involved, most notably that under the Ante Pavelic Clerical-Fascist with it goal of a purely Roman Catholic Croatia via killing 1/3 of the Serbs (non Roman Catholic South Slavs), converting 1/3 to Roman Catholicism, while effectively driving out the remaining 1/3, marks a Church thus at its very basic nature was not going to change.
It would still consider itself the Vicar of God and Jesus Christ with the divine right of absolute power.
It rather would have changes on the outside with the task of changing appearances. Rather then being correctly seen for supporting entrenched ‘right’ wing fascists, while more covertly supporting ‘left’ wing fascists, it was now presented as supporting ‘left’ wing political movements, something that it would do, while still of course playing both sides of its Hegelian dialectic at defining the limits of popular consciousness by continuing to support “the other side”, and guiding conflicts to a desired, predetermined conclusion.
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