There seemed, indeed, during those years of Ledochowski, Pius XI, and Pius XII, no real limit to what both Jesuitism and overall Roman Catholicism could achieve. Even – especially, we should say – in the afterglow of Ledochowski’s long reign and into the Generalate of his successor, Belgian Jean-Baptise Janssens, the magic power of the momentum seemed to continue.The slavish devotion of this next U.S. President, the first of the Democrat Party in 12 years, since Jimmy Carter, would clearly indicate that like the Republican Party, the Democratic Party to was and is a complete tool of the Vatican.
This was evident with the Jesuit’s grooming relationship via their political powerhouse Georgetown University, with their next major political tool, William Jefferson Clinton, with his cowardly approach to the ‘drug war’.
Clinton wasted little time demonstrating his loyalty to Rome’s pharmacratic inquisition-criminal mercantilism with his administration’s slavish devotion to the status quo to simply bury the facts, such as the Clinton Administration’s suppression of the 1993 US Congress Office of Technology Assessment endorsement for legalizing Coca, and the 1994-95 UN World Health Organization reports regarding Coca and cocaine.
Clinton was slavishly continuing Rome’s pharmaceutical-cigarette protectionist policies dating back to whatever transpired between the Vatican and Angelo Mariani when they were giving him the papal medals as a benefactor of humanity.
He was found of using the example of his brother as why ‘drugs’ particularly cocaine must remain illegal- altogether disregarding that it is probation that ensure that drugs popularization in concentrated abuse promoting modes. IOW- Bill Clinton was a complete lackey for the very drug policies that suppressed Coca while promoting highly concentrated cocaine, who deserved to be forced to publicly snort NoDoz and apologize for his shameful participation in these endeavors of criminal mercantilism.
He did finally get around to admitting that marijuana should be ‘decriminalized’ in an Esquire magazine interview at the end of his 2nd 4 year term- an 8 year period where arrests for marijuana prohibition violation had escalated sharply.
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