Saturday, May 24, 2008

History's Denial by The New York Times

The New York Times just published this about U.S. Presidential candidate John McCain's pastor John Hagee:

Mr. McCain had sought the endorsement of the Rev. John Hagee, a televangelist, for more than a year and finally won it in February, only to have the Catholic League denounce Mr. Hagee for waging “an unrelenting war against the Catholic Church.” Mr. Hagee called it “the Great Whore,” an “apostate church,” and a “false cult system.” The pastor apologized and said his remarks had been misconstrued, a truce was declared and Mr. McCain still welcomed the endorsement.
Apparently the New York Times forgets what it wrote in 1892 about a faction within the Roman Catholic Church/Vatican, headed by one Miesczyslaw Ledochowski, uncle to the then future Jesuit Order Superior General Wlodimir Ledochowski (b. October 7, 1866, elected Superior General February 11, 1915, retaining that position to his death of December 13, 1942):

It is very well understood, however, that Monaco is entirely under the control of Ledochowski, that proud, imperious, and able Pole who made Bismarck such worlds of trouble in the old Kulterkampf day and who has been able to impose his will very often upon even the present Pope. This powerful man was in a German prison when Pius IX created him a Cardinal in 1875. Next year he was released and banished, and he has since lived in Rome, devoting his great wealth and talents to building up a militant Ultramontagne party about him. His wrath at the treatment he received at the hands of Bismarck has colored all his political views. He has hated both Germany and Italy and has looked unceasingly forward to the time when French bayonets should restore the temporal power of the Vatican in the old Roman States.

If we assume that this spirited and resolute prelate will shortly be ruling the Church through its nominal head, it becomes a most anxious question how he will accept the existing political conditions of Europe which have so radically changed since 1875. The new rulers of the Germans have been at pains to show their desire to abolish the last traces of the Kulterkampf. When the pending Prussian Education bill is passed, the German Catholics will be actually stronger than they were before the May laws. During the last half year these dispatches have frequently reflected the new interest which William and his immediate entourage are displaying in the Polish question. Of course a good deal of this has arisen naturally from the contemplation of the necessity of sooner or later fighting Russia: but even more it represents the effort to allure Ledochowski into friendship with Germany by an appeal to his national sentiment. How far this has succeeded will be, as has been said, a most anxious question.

In any event under this new regime there would be an abrupt cessation of pastorals on Socialistic and labor problems and of poems about St. Thomas Aquinas. We should instead see the Vatican boldly embark upon the troubled waters of European diplomacy, seeking alliances and taking desperate risks upon the fortune in the next war.

“Should Old Pope Leo Die: the political tendencies of his successor. The Cardinal who would probably win the prize – his Polish supporter – affairs in France and Germany – Spurgeon’s return – Lord Lorne’s appointment", The New York Times, January 23, 1892

What The New York Times writes now is an insult to the 10s of millions of people murdered by the Ledochowskis' wars- 1st that for Polish independence (WWI), and especially the following war (WWII) for the 'cleansing' of Poland of its Jewish and its more independently minded peoples and so many many more, for the goal of Poland's shift westward for the continuing counter reformation's aim of the wholesale theft of lands from Protestants.

Wlodimir Ledochowski: Mission, Motivation, Geo-Political Chessboard
Wlodimir Ledochowski's Plausible Counter Reformation Strategy
Wlodimir Ledochowski's Plausible Childhood Inspiration
Wlodimir Ledochowski's Plausible Childhood Revenge Vow To Destroy Prussia
Wlodimir Ledochowski's Spooky Obscurity

Wednesday, May 21, 2008

Wlodimir (Vladimir) Ledochowski: Ignored By Historians Such as Norman Davies

Norman Davies, author of "God's Playground: A History of Poland"

Wlodimir Ledochowski apparently Un-mentioned in this 700+ page book
on the history of Poland from 1795-present!'s_Playground

God's Playground is a book written in 1979 by Norman Davies, covering the history of Poland.

Davies was inspired to the title by Jan Kochanowski's 1580s Boże igrzysko (Mankind: Bauble of the Gods).

The book (or two, as many editions are split into two volumes) has received good reviews in international press[1] and is considered by many historians[2] and other scholars[3] to be one of the best English-language books on the subject of history of Poland. The author received several Polish honours.

Yet where does it even mention Wlodimir Ledochowski (born October 7, 1866, died December 13, 1942)?!

The only Ledochowski mentioned in the index is Wlodimir's uncle Mieczyslaw, who was imprisoned in 1874 by the government of Otto Von Bismarck, at page 127.



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State appellate court upholds Stanford in Davies case


Davies' works have been criticized at Stanford and elsewhere, by such experts as Lucy S. Dawidowicz (author of The War Against the Jews: 1933-1945) who said they felt Davies minimized historic anti- Semitism in Poland and tended to blame Polish Jews for their fate in the Holocaust. Davies' supporters contend that Poles suffered as much as Jews did in the war and could have done very little to save any of the 3 million Jews living in Poland at the time of the Nazi invasion in 1939.

Order of Merit of the Republic of Poland
awarded to Norman Davies by the Polish government in 1999

The New York Times in 1892 on the Papacy, Cardinal Ledochowski, the Vatican and Future War

Monday, May 19, 2008

Wlodimir (Vladimir) Ledochowski: Usually Ignored Even By The Jesuits

Jesuit Order Superior General
February 11, 1915 - December 13, 1942


It's a safe bet that no Jesuit provincial in the U.S. has appreciatively quoted Wladimir Ledochowski for rather a long time. That, and the unsparing honesty of Father Levensï's address, suggests that something interesting, and just possibly hopeful, is afoot.
Something very interesting considering that Ledochowski is considered one of the "greatest" Black Popes within the context of being so during some of this world's most turbulent/bloody times, who gave the Jesuit Order the firmest stamp and clearest definition since the Generalate of Claudio Acquaviva in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries.

About Weigel:

George Weigel, Distinguished Senior Fellow of the Ethics and Public Policy Center, is a Catholic theologian and one of America's leading public intellectuals.

Professional Experience

A native of Baltimore, he was educated at St. Mary's Seminary College in his native city, and at the University of St. Michael's College in Toronto. In 1975, Weigel moved to Seattle where he was Assistant Professor of Theology and Assistant (later Acting) Dean of Studies at the St. Thomas Seminary School of Theology in Kenmore. In 1977, Weigel became Scholar-in-Residence at the World Without War Council of Greater Seattle, a position he held until 1984. In 1984-85 Weigel was a fellow of the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars in Washington, D.C. There, he wrote Tranquillitas Ordinis: The Present Failure and Future Promise of American Catholic Thought on War and Peace (Oxford University Press, 1987).

Weigel is the author or editor of nineteen other books, including The Final Revolution: The Resistance Church and the Collapse of Communism (Oxford, 1992); The Truth of Catholicism: Ten Controversies Explored (HarperCollins, 2001); The Courage To Be Catholic: Crisis, Reform, and the Future of the Church (Basic Books, 2002); Letters to a Young Catholic (Basic, 2004); The Cube and the Cathedral: Europe, America, and Politics Without God (Basic, 2005); God's Choice: Pope Benedict XVI and the Future of the Catholic Church (HarperCollins, 2005); Faith, Reason, and the War Against Jihadism (Doubleday, 2007); and Against the Grain: Christianity and Democracy, War and Peace (Crossroad, 2008). Weigel has written essays, op-ed columns, and reviews for the major opinion journals and newspapers in the United States, and is a contributor to Newsweek. A frequent guest on television and radio, he is also Vatican analyst for NBC News. His weekly column, "The Catholic Difference," is syndicated to sixty newspapers around the United States. His scholarly work and his journalism are regularly translated into the major European languages.

From 1989 through June 1996, Weigel was president of the Ethics and Public Policy Center, where he led a wide-ranging, ecumenical and inter-religious program of research and publication on foreign and domestic policy issues. From June 1996, as a Senior Fellow of the Center, Weigel prepared a major study of the life, thought, and action of Pope John Paul II. Witness to Hope: The Biography of Pope John Paul II was published to international acclaim in the Fall of 1999, in English, French, Italian, and Spanish editions. Polish, Portuguese, Slovak, Czech, and Slovenian editions were published in 2000. A Russian edition was published in 2001, and a German edition in 2002; Chinese and Romanian editions are in preparation. A documentary film based on the book was released in the fall of 2001 and has won numerous prizes.

Weigel has been awarded ten honorary doctorates, the papal cross Pro Ecclesia et Pontifice, and the Gloria Artis Gold Medal by the Republic of Poland. He serves on the boards of directors of several organizations dedicated to human rights and the cause of religious freedom and is a member of the editorial board of First Things.

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Monday, May 12, 2008

Zagami- A Successful Distraction: 200X-May 2008

Leo Zagami

In the months after starting this blog Continuing Counter Reformation, with the expose of the Vatican's under-acknowledged historical Achilles heel, WW2 era Black Pope Wlodimir Ledochowski, a disproportionate amount of bandwidth has been granted to Leo Zagami, an alledged "defector" from the international criminal apostate shadow government known as that entity symbolized by that pyramid symbol of the "back and to the left" Romish-Masonic terror, the Illuminati.

From a recent video with The Forerunner

Amongst Vatican expose researchers, none would argue that Leo Zagami is more worthy of our time then exposing the crimes of Wlodimir Ledochowski's continuing the counter reformation into the 20th century.

Yet such researchers, including Eric Jon Phelps, Thomas Richards, Greg Syzmanski, and others have devoted way way way more time to Zagami than exposing Ledochowski and his crimes.

Hopefully, beyond seeing Zagami as a trickster, they will see that error and act accordingly.

Wlodimir Ledochowski Mission, Motivation, Geo-Political Chess-Board

Wlodimir Ledochowski's Plausible Counter Reformation Strategy
Wlodimir Ledochowski's Plausible Childhood Revenge Vow to Destroy Prussia
Wlodimir Ledochowski's Plausible Childhood Inspiration
Wlodimir Ledochowski's Job Opening Circumstances
Wlodimir Ledochowski's Goal Predicted by Max Kolbe
Wlodimir Ledochowski's Goal Via Goals
Wlodimir Ledochowski Death Timing
Wlodimir Ledochowski War Culpability Admission- the 'Aim of the Counter Reformation'

Continuing Counter Reformation tag "Wlodimir Ledochowski"

Continuing Counter Reformation tag "Kulterkampf Revenge"

Thursday, May 8, 2008

Jesuitical Ledochowskiesque Set Up?

See blog labels "Wlodimir Ledochowski" and "Kulterkampf Revenge"

Recent Absolut ad

This general idea was something on the mind of the Kulterkampf Revenge Black Pope (Jesuit Order Superior General) Wlodimir (Vladimir) Ledochowski (1915 - 1942), perhaps since he was a child.

According to Tupper Saussy:

War resulted from the famous Zimmerman Telegram, which the Rothschild press sensationally published in America on March 1, 1917.

In the telegram, supposedly decoded by British interceptors, German foreign minister Arthur Zimmermann proposed to the German ambassador in Mexico a German-Mexican alliance against the United States in which Germany would support the Mexican recapture of territory in Texas, Arizona and New Mexico. A German official talking secretly of invading Texas, Arizona, and New Mexico brought the war suddenly home!

Normally, when the alleged proponent of such an explosive notion—true or not—is asked for verification, he follows good diplomatic form and categorically denies responsibility. Not Arthur Zimmermann. At a Berlin news conference on March 3rd, a reporter for the Hearst papers—which columnist George Seldes terms "the most pro-Catholic press in America”—caught Zimmermann's attention and stated: “Of course Your Excellency will deny this story.” Zimmermann replied, “I cannot deny it. It is true.” Is this a script, or what?
Post Martin Luther
Pomerania, Silesia, East Prussia
Protestant Majority in Pink

The Kulterkaumpf Revenge was against Protestant led and populated Germany, for the anti-Vatican policies of German-Prussian 2nd Reich leader Otto Von Bismarck, cir. 1872-1875, including Bismarck's 1872 expulsion of the Jesuit Order from Germany.

This revenge was via setting that nation up to start and loose a vicious war, and to loose its eastern provinces that were almost entirely Protestant majority, of Germans, many of who were genetically part Slavic/Polish, with such populations driven off their lands. As this was to be Germany's punishment for a war where that nation's armed forces would murder the better educated Polish Roman Catholic nationalists "modernists" and Poland's Jewish peoples, this Ledochowski scheme would achieve multiple objectives of the criminal Jesuit Order.

Key to this setting up of Germany to start and lose a brutal war was its transformation and debasement into the 3rd Reich.

Wlodimir Ledochowski's Plausible Counter Reformation Strategy

A check-list for the U.S. to start and loose a brutal war:

Criminals With Badges, such as the debasement of the police by their adaptation of unjustified debasing of those they arrest, such as unnecessary strip searches ostensibly for enforcing the criminal immoral, socially subversive and unconstitutional pharamacratic inquisition. This debasement of the police extends to military intelligence officers with the adaptation of torture as an acceptable means for eliciting information from captives, such as the waterboarding favored by the criminal administration of GW Bush, described in a recent Washington [a]Post[ate] article as the U.S.'s 1st Roman Catholic President. It also extends to such criminal activities as the initial assault, the siege, and the final assault on the Branch Davidians in Waco, Texas.

Wars of Aggression, such as upon Iraq and that being threatened upon Iran, promoted through Jesuit run Georgetown University.

REX 84 concentration camps, to inter such persons as immigrants, such as those from Mexico- hence setting up the justification for such a border change.

Protestant Prussian manhood had to go if the pope was to unite Europe under a new Roman Catholic Holy Roman Empire after WWII and the Cold War.

America will experience the same disaster; fascist concentration camps, a two-front war killing our best sons; betrayal of our troops; and a massive invasion by several nations who will then partition the Empire for decades.

Brother Eric
The Black Pope's Plausible Scenario For WW3
The Revenge of the Jesuits?
May 12, 2008 Prison Planet article
America's Coming Secret Police Force- Be Warned!

Thursday, May 1, 2008

The History 'Un-Fit' to Print

In Love With the History Our Teachers Never Told Us

French Huguenots murdered by Spanish Roman Catholics.

Much like the inability of it and other newspapers, notably the Washington [a]Post[ate], regarding Roman Catholic terrorist Guy Fawkes, who attempted to blow up the British Parliament in 1605, the New York Times fails to mention the religion and hence the religious motives of the Spanish murderers of French Protestants.

CUTTYHUNK ISLAND, Mass. — Tony Horwitz’s new book, “A Voyage Long and Strange,” is about the American history most Americans never learned, including the story of the short-lived, early-17th-century colony established on this windswept island eight miles west of Martha’s Vineyard.

The book starts with the Viking discovery of North America, dispels a number of myths about Columbus (a much lousier navigator than we were taught) and then traces the various Spanish and French explorations of America before turning to the English settlements at Jamestown and Plymouth.

That the Pilgrims were very tardy latecomers is one of the themes of “A Voyage Long and Strange,” just published by Macmillan. Another is that much of what we think of as heroic exploration was bumbling and misguided. And a third is that large chunks of our past are preserved these days less by scholars than by passionate amateurs. Who knew, for example, that some evangelicals in Jacksonville, Fla., were keeping alive the memory of the French Huguenots who settled there and were massacred by the Spanish?

The author Tony Horwitz on windswept Cuttyhunk Island
(photo and caption from The New York Times)