Thursday, July 12, 2007

Wlodimir (Vladimir) Ledochowski's
Deranged Visions of a Divine Polish Mission?!

According to Richard Whitehall's page 95 cite of the book
"Rex Germanorum, Populos Sclavorum: An Inquiry into the Origin & Early History of the Serbs/Slavs of Sarmatia, Germania, & Illyria" by Ivo Vukcevich
"In World War II, it should be noted, Moslem leaders placed the blame the crusading war and genocide against the Serbs and the chaos in Bosnia squarely on the shoulders of the Austro-Polish 'Black Pope,' Wladimir Ledochowski, Superior General of the Jesuits, who, perhaps inspired by deranged visions of a divine Polish mission, appears to have supported Roman Catholic crusade against schismatics in eastern and southeastern Europe."

More Information on the Croation-Roman Catholic Holocaust of Everyone Else

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And more on this grisliest of Wlodimir Ledochowski's Holocausts

And Wlodimir Ledochowski's Plausible Earliest Geopolitical Goal

Wednesday, July 11, 2007

Common Effective Holocaust Denial via The New York Times Book Review: July 4, 2007
"In 1648 the peace of Westphalia brought the Thirty Years War to an end. Although the Europeans didn't know it, of course, this devastating conflict would prove to be the last of the Wars of Religion that had been tearing the continent apart since the start of the Reformation in 1517."
The common, effective holocaust denial, triumphed by the opening line of NY Times writer John Steele Gordon's July 4, 2007 review of Tim Blanning's book "The Pursuit of Glory": Europe 1648-1815".

The "last" of such Wars of Religion ending in 1648?!

What, for a start, was the 20th century Holocaust of Europe's Jewish peoples?

What was what criminal apostate Utashe Croatia did to the Serbs?

What was World War 2?

And what about Wlodimir Ledochowski?

Who will write the first book about "Hitler's Black Pope"?

Wlodimir Ledochowski
26th Superior General of the Jesuit Order
February 11, 1915 - December 13, 1942

Tuesday, July 10, 2007

Wlodimir (Vladimir) Ledochowski World War 2 Master Mind

You have been taught to plant insidiously the seeds of jealousy and hatred between communities, provinces, states that were at peace, and to incite them to deeds of blood, involving them in war with each other, and to create revolutions and civil wars in countries that were independent and prosperous, cultivating the arts and the sciences and enjoying the blessings of peace; to take sides with the combatants and to act secretly with your brother Jesuit, who might be engaged on the other side, but openly opposed to that which you might be connected, only that the Church might be the gainer in the end, in the condition fixed in the treaties for peace and that the end justifies the means.
From Eric Jon Phelps Vatican Assassins; pages 505-510

The one who doubts that World War II was “managed” by an unseen hand, must deal with the following facts that have baffled historians for years. The blunders or failures by those in power, always benefiting the purpose of the Vatican's Jesuits, are not by accident. A friend and graduate from Princeton has written the following for you, dear truth-seeker.

In books on Europe during World War II you can find many maps. But the one that would tell you the most about what happened, and in my judgment why it happened, exists in no book I have seen. That is a religious map of Europe before and after World Wars I & II. Now in viewing such a map, for all you hear about the holocaust of millions of Jews, you would immediately see a greater religious consequence of the wars: The complete suppression of the Orthodox peoples under the Inquisition of the Atheistic ideology of Communism along with that bulwark of Lutheran Protestantism — Prussia and East Germany.

Many decisions against peace and victory were made on both sides. The religious results indicated in such a map were predetermined, evidenced by the course of the war.

Therefore, it is worth briefly listing chronologically a few of the major ‘blunders’, so that one may, out of them, better evaluate the likelihood of a guiding hand directing the results of the war.


The Treaty of Versailles imposed such an unfair burden of war repercussions on Germany, that when Clemenceau of France was asked by the press what they had given the world through the treaty, he said, ‘We have guaranteed another war in twenty years.’


The United States, whose presence in the League of Nations could alone have prevented the Second World War, stayed out of the League.


After the Reich’s Concordat with the Vatican, Hitler’s military planners made a mistake. This blunder occurred on the Russian front where two-thirds of the fighting took place and it proved to be fatal. Unlike the Brits, Hitler’s military planners ‘failed’ to build a long range, thousand-mile bomber to knock out Russian factories in the Urals.


During the lull after the German invasion of Poland, and before the invasion of France known as “the phony war,” the negotiations conducted by Admiral Canaris of German Intelligence’s ‘Abwehr’ with England, through the Vatican as intermediary using the Pope’s diabolical Jesuit confessor and future Zionist, Robert Leiber, were disclosed through a Swiss newspaper, contributing to their ‘failure’.

1939 - 40

Knowing Norway was the geographical key to maintaining Swedish neutrality, whose steel was critical to the continuing of the German War Machine, and although in possession of intelligence, Churchill, as Lord of the Admiralty, ‘failed’ to attempt to defend Norway for over six weeks, doing too little, too late, and so Germany gained control of the Swedish steel needed for a long, protracted war.


When The British Expeditionary Force, key to the defense of the British Isles, was cornered at Dunkirk on the French coast for three days it could have been wiped out, making Britain an easy prey for invasion. But Hitler ‘failed’ to do so, as he personally countermanded the requests of his Generals to attack and allowed three hundred and fifty thousand British to escape by boat changing the whole course of the war. [As “Stonewall” Jackson was forbidden by Jefferson Davis to capture Washington after the First Manassas, so the German Generals were forbidden by Hitler to destroy the British at Dunkirk indicating that both wars were to be Crusades – Papal wars of annihilation – against historically and predominantly White Protestant peoples.]


In North Africa the Brits were defeating the Italians and looked to rout them entirely, but ‘failed’ in that they paused long enough to let the Germans reinforce the Italian positions, insuring a long North African Campaign and thereby preventing the invasion of Italy for years.


Russia — We can hardly even try to do justice in a few lines to the colossal ‘stage set’ where most of World War II was fought, in the ‘former Soviet Union’; we will only try to state three points. First, one military analyst has written that despite the six-week delay in the invasion of Russia caused by the uprising of the Serbian people, the Germans had in August-September of 1941 a ninety-seven percent chance of conquering the Soviet Union and would have done so had it not been for ‘decisions’ or ‘blunders’ made by Hitler from Berlin over the objections of his Generals. Secondly, the German invaders were at first welcomed as liberators in much of the Soviet Union, notably the Ukraine. And, if they had intelligently enlisted the support of the peoples, rather than brutalize them via the Jesuits’ SS, they would have defeated Stalin in spite of Hitler’s wrong military decisions. Thirdly, Stalin had several intelligence sources telling him Hitler was about to invade and refused to act to prepare the defense, allowing a quick, deep penetration by the Nazis and the death of millions of Orthodox Russians and Jews. With Hitler’s subsequent ‘failure’ to follow up on this military position or bring the peoples enslaved to communism to his side, the combination of ‘blunders’ led to the maximum death and

destruction to the mostly Lutheran German Army and many millions of Orthodox peoples. The ‘blunders’ were made in obedience to and in accordance with the Jesuits’ Council of Trent and Extreme Oath.

December 7, 1941

Much has been written about FDR’s foreknowledge of the attack plans of the Japanese and his ‘failure’ to warn the Admirals at Pearl Harbor to insure that the United States could get into ‘the war’ on the side of England against Hitler. The significance of a very basic point is always neglected in these discussions. The United States declared war on Japan after Pearl Harbor, not on Germany! If Hitler, whose forces had just been bogged down and iced-in by the Russian winter, had not proceeded to commit one of the rashest acts in the history of world diplomacy, by unilaterally declaring war on the United States, Roosevelt would have been hard put to drag America into the war in Europe, which was not seen as necessarily closely connected to the War in Asia. Hitler got nothing for Germany out of his ‘foolish’ declaration. He ‘failed’ to even attempt to get Japan to declare war on Russia in the East, though that, by opening up a second front, would have made much more likely a German victory in the West over Russia. It was a staggering mistake, strongly indicative that Hitler danced to someone else’s tune — the tune of the Jesuits’ ‘infallible’ Pope with whom he had a Concordat.


Churchill talked about “the soft underbelly” of Europe but instead directed the Allies up what amounts to “a porcupine ridge” in Italy. A rapid invasion could have been made through Montenegro and Serbia, which, being the only active guerilla war in Europe, was already holding down fifteen to twenty German Divisions, and was without the general uprising, which would have occurred immediately upon an Allied assault. This, however, would have brought the war to a close in early 1944, and would have put Eastern Europe in the hands of the West, neither of which was intended. Instead, Italy was invaded in about the hardest and most ignorant way. If victory had been the object, the Generals would have gone for the capital, Rome, landing amphibiously on any number of close shore points and driving straight to the city, taking the enemies’ natural base and mopping him up from there. Circling Sicily to take its capital, then letting the German army escape by boat unimpeded to the main peninsula [as Meade allowed Lee to escape from Gettysburg unimpeded] was only the beginning of the follies – ‘the blunders’ – tragic to so many allied soldiers and their families (including Shriner Freemason Bob Dole). For much of the next year, the Allies fought against stiff resistance up the spine of the mountains, an excuse being made that they lacked boats to make the strategically obvious landing near Rome. But that such was just an excuse is made plain by the way in which the one major amphibious landing in Italy at Anzio was conducted. They landed, and waited on the beach for forty-eight hours for the Germans, caught by surprise, to arrive. Reconnaissance jeeps went out, reaching the outskirts of Rome and the invasion force could have followed; but instead, the force stayed put so they could have several months of World War I style trench warfare which resulted in the deliberate sacrifice of all but six of Darby’s seven hundred U.S. Rangers, betrayed by their High Command.

The policies of Roosevelt and Churchill [Churchill, like Hitler, also advocated the 19th Century Jesuit doctrine of an “International Jewish Conspiracy”] – who throughout the war maintained an active personal correspondence with Mussolini (the man who restored the Temporal Power to the Jesuits’ “infallible” Pope) – were carried out to perfection, and the taking of Rome with its Vatican, the second capital of the Axis, was delayed until June 5, 1944, one day before ‘D-Day’. So rather than the Roman Catholic hierarchy being embarrassed for its support of the Axis, its shame was quickly driven off the front pages by the Normandy Invasion, the Allies having ‘failed’ to timely capture Rome.

July 1944 to April 1945

The Division of Europe, placing Lutheran Protestant Prussia and East Germany under the Inquisition of Atheistic Communism.

At least three major ‘blunders’ had to take place to keep the American-English Allies from taking Berlin and Eastern Germany. First, there was the failure to destroy the critical core of the German army in the West by the basic maneuver of an encircling action, the closing of ‘the Falaise Pocket’ in France allowing two hundred thousand Germans to escape while ensuring the blood-bath called ‘The Battle of the Bulge’. Secondly, there was the complete intelligence ‘breakdown’ on the side of the Allies that ‘failed’ to recognize that the beefed up and returned German Army was about to attempt the breakthrough known as ‘the Battle of the Bulge’. Thirdly, there was the prevention of General Patton’s Army from blitzkrieging into Berlin and East Germany (where the German people were ready to welcome Americans and surrender to them, as this was the hope of the German Army in the East, fighting fiercely against Stalin’s Red Army.) This deliberate forbidding of Patton to take Berlin (which would have resulted in surrender) combined with the all-out suicide assault by the Soviet Armies to take the Nazi capital (raping, pillaging and plundering all along the way), resulted in the slaughter of 600,000 more Russian soldiers than a sensibly conducted campaign would have killed, according to recent estimates by Russian intelligence sources.” {} 61[Emphasis added]

All these “failures” and “blunders,” causing all this heartbreak and unnecessary death, were deliberately committed in fulfilling the Jesuits’ Council of Trent – the heart of the Counter-Reformation – in mass-murdering the “heretics” of East Germany, Prussia and Russia — the Lutheran and Orthodox peoples. The remainder were subjugated or exiled to the concentration camps of Siberia, overseen by Jesuits like the American Walter Ciszek, being under the iron heel of the Jesuits’ Roman Catholic, Communist Grand Inquisitor – the savage Joseph Stalin.

Indeed, from 1914 to 1945, the Jesuits, pursuant to their Oath, killed nearly eighty million people through war, starvation and disease. Using their Masonic dictators, they waged relentless war on the Jews of Europe, Spanish Protestants, Catholic liberals, German Lutherans, Serbian and Russian Orthodox, Baltic Lutherans – in short – on all Protestant, Jewish and Orthodox “heretics and liberals” regardless of how many liberal Roman Catholic priests and people perished.

Wlodimir Ledochowski: Mission, Motivation, Geopolitical Chessboard