Ledochowski and Pope Pius XII; Creator Of Nazi Horrors
By James Donahue
Wlodimir Ledochowski served as the Jesuit General and head of the Society of Jesus from 1915 until his death in 1942. In that position, he collaborated with Pope Pius XII to train Adolf Hitler as a Jesuit priest, establish Hitler as a political leader of a war-torn Germany, and then create the horrors of the Nazi movement that led the world into World War II and the purposeful slaughter by fire of millions of innocent non-Catholic citizens.
The crimes committed by Ledochowski and Pope Pius XII during that dark period of history have somehow escaped the historical record of that terrible war, even though they were the men who conceived it as a method of cleansing the world of people they perceived as “undesirable.” They saw a victory by Germany as the first major step toward a “One World Government” under Jesuit control.
The information in this report was found in the book "The Almanac of Evil” by Frank O’Collins and collaborative writings by researcher Greg Szymanski.
Ledochowski was born to a prominent family in 1866 in Loosdorf, in what was then Lower Austria. He studied at the Jesuit Secondary School in Vienna, later studied law at the University of Crakow, and then began studies for the priesthood. He became a Jesuit in 1889, and quickly rose in rank, first as Superior of the Jesuit residence in Cracow, then Rector of the college. He gained prominence and in 1915, at the age of 49, was elected General of the Society of Jesus. The other name for that rank is "Black Pope."
In his book O'Collins levels the following indictment against Ledochowski's criminal life, with the assistance of Pope Pius XII:
--The two were instrumental in forming the National Socialist German Worker's Party, also known as the Nazi Party. The purpose of the party was to establish a pro-Catholic political party that could gain control of government, guarantee a financial pipeline for the party, and create a tool for the elimination of social reform groups that included protestants, orthodox Christians, Communists and ethnic Jews.
--Instructed Adolf Hitler to establish a paramilitary wing known as the Sturmabteilung (Storm Troopers) trained in espionage, counter intelligence, assassination and propaganda. Their purpose was to help in controlling organized protests, riots, intimidate opponents and conduct political assassinations.
--Directed Father Bernhardt Staempfle in 1924, while Hitler was in prison, to write Mein Kampf, brief Hitler on its contents, and then attribute Hitler as its author and ensure mass publication.
--In 1929 Ledochowski instructed Hitler to utilize a wing of his Storm Troopers as a special group of bodyguards and elite officers to be known as the SS. These officers would be Jesuit priests, under control of the Jesuits. In exchange the Jesuits agreed to finance the SS and introduce business and industrial interests to Germany. Heinrich Himmler, a Jesuit priest, was assigned to oversee this group.
--Ledochowski and Pope Pius XII awarded the SS officers spiritual powers of Jesuit priests representing a supreme heresy of Catholic doctrine and faith. The officers were directed to be active in what was known as "the Final Solution," which involved human sacrifice through death camps consistent with the High Mass of Satanism.
--Pope Pius XII with the full support of Superior General Ledochowski, gave Hitler and Himmler a complete blueprint for the systematic killing of key non-Catholic minorities and the establishment of death camps for their murder. The Pope instructed that ethnic Jews and other "heretics" were to be "ritually sacrificed by being burnt alive, consistent with church law." This plan was known as "The Final Solution." Bayer, a Catholic Pharmaceutical Company, produced Zyklon-B gas for use in the camps. Victims were allegedly restrained unconscious, then taken to giant furnaces where they would wake up while being burned alive.
David Kertzer, in his book The Pope and Mussolini: The Secret History of Pius XI and the Rise of Fascism in Europe," wrote that Ledochowski exhibited strong anti-Semitic and pro-Fascist tendencies," and worked to promote anti-Semitism in the Vatican and to align the Vatican with Italy's and Germany's racist and expansionist ambitions.
Ledochowski died in 1942, long before the war ended. Because of the deliberate distortion of the facts, the Pope was never tried as one of the worst mass murderers in history.