50 Replies to “Are Jesuit conspiracy theories true?”

  1. I only have one thing to say directly to them: Deep down inside your education has kindled an immense hate for all protestants and "heretics". Why do I know this? Because its your education that has permeated the earth and have had the whole world marvel after you, your theories and your ideologies. Even those who think they are atheists are your greatest followers and torch bearers. If you were given the chance, you would not cease from committing the most hateful and horrendous crimes against those who you oppose. So easy to put you in a box, because your character is revealed in every single movie and series. Wether the two you know it or not, at least you should know this, you are, and even willingly a slave to your order. Perhaps if you read the Desire of Ages, maybe true love can be reinstalled into your poor desires which shall only lead to misery, disparity and ruin in the very end..

  2. Were the jesuits created by crypto-jews, marranos? Something like the bolsjeviks, 80% jews?
    Was the creation of the jesuits financed by dutch and spanish jews?
    Did the crypto-jesuits infiltrate to take control of the catholic education system?
    Why did pope Clement XIV suppress the jesuit order?
    Did the jesuits help Napoleon to attack and destroy the catholic church?
    Are the jesuits the modernists that want to change the church founded by jesus christ? Why do you want to change, is there something wrong with the body of christ you want to change it?
    Why does the vatican2 church contradicts with the scriptures and teachings from popes before vatican2, like evolution, popes kissing the quran(infidels according to the ancient popes), marriage, homosexual priests, salvasion outside of the catholic church,……?

  3. You murderous bigots. There are thousands of documents to show you morons murdered Muslims, Christians and anything else that did not agree with your bigotry. Thou art Lucifers children and thus begotten, shall perish in like manner!

  4. As an ex-S.baptist and currently in R.C.I.A. Im gonna use scripture to help all of you understand that it is impossible for jesuits to be doing evil. first, they are called "the society of jesus christ". they believe and testify of the trinity, confessing jesus is god in the flesh. this can only be done by the holy spirit-(1John 2;22. 4;2. 5;1). So satan is absent and unable to have hold of the jesuits-(Luke 11;17-23)…. kinda makes you scratch your head and have to re-think this whole "evil jesuit thingy" all over again huh.

  5. Oh, and here's a case of a shitting-his-pants retarded, greasy Guinea psychopath piece of subhuman shit papal nuncio attributing sin to the Christian God:

    "Although Weissmandel knew of these conversions, he refused to accept them as an option. After escaping from a deportation to Auschwitz in the fall of 1944, he approached the papal nuncio (papal delegate) to plead once again for help. The delegate replied: "This, being a Sunday, is a holy day for us. Neither I nor Father Tisso occupy ourselves with profane matters on this day." What Weissmandel did not understand was how the blood of infants and children could be considered a profane matter. The archbishop told him: "There is no innocent blood of Jewish children in the world. All Jewish blood is guilty. You have to die. This is the punishment that has been awaiting you because of that sin [the death of Jesus].""

    LOL!!!!

    Oh, and now seems like a good time to point out a major fail on the part of a mongoloid Jesuit from yesteryear, and the biblical text which DIRECTLY DIAMETRICALLY OPPOSES THE EXACT CLAIM THAT HE MADE!!!! :

    “the Catholic who is not a revolutionary is living in mortal sin” – Camilo Torres Restrepo

    "1 Let every soul be subject to higher powers: for there is no power but from God: and those that are, are ordained of God. 2 Therefore he that resisteth the power, resisteth the ordinance of God. And they that resist, purchase to themselves damnation." – chapter 13 of the epistle to the Romans

    Seriously, how much intelligence does it really require to ensure that you at least know your own scriptures well enough not to contradict them completely when you formulate your new manipulative bullshit?

  6. Perhaps the most important reason that Freemasonry, the Society of Jesus, the Knights of Malta, the Vatican in general, and all that it oversees exist, in spite of the fact that what they cause the world to be is essentially the diametric opposite of what should be, is so that they will serve for decent, normative humanity, once they are exposed, as the ultimate example of what should not ever happen again.

  7. And by the way, do Jesuits tell the Roman Catholic laity about the agenda among their ranks to do away with the virgin birth and other supernatural aspects of the Roman Catholic faith to which the laity are so firmly attached? Is it a coincidence that this follows precisely what one would expect if the Vatican were trying to liberate itself from the Christian/Catholic religion, since the laity are now aware of what it entails according to the Bible, and have been holding the RCC accountable for compliance with its moral standards ever since they, the public, came to have access to it?

  8. Thanks for the laugh guys, I needed it.

    And to respond to a few comments, yeah the Jesuits might not have a perfect history, but neither does the Catholic church. But that was a long time ago. And this is now. Thanks.

  9. I suppose that in the context of any "fulfillment' of Christian eschatological prophecy the Jesuits would have to be conquered by "the Beast" right? After all, verse seventeen of the thirteenth chapter of the book of Revelation says that "…it was given unto him to make war with the saints, and to overcome them: and power was given him over all kindreds, and tongues, and nations.", so given that the Jesuits certainly want the public to regard them as being among "the saints", they'd have to be conquered by "the Beast" in any manufactured fulfillment of these prophecies, wouldn't they?

  10. Nice scam, associating the facts with ridiculous theories like the teleporation base in North Korea. It won't wash the blood off Jesuit hands. The Jesuits took control of the inqusition from the Domincans and ran with it. Then there was Saint Bartholomew's massacre, which initiated the genocide against French Protestants.

  11. And it's hilarious how the RCC has attempted to claim opposition to communism while its orders are all completely communist. The Jesuits, like street gangs, the Mafia, gather together to do what they would never imagine attempting to do individually. It is ironic that so many consider the Knights Templar to have been an aberration from the Roman Catholic system considering that they were exactly the same in organization in terms of the totalitarian communistic governance.

  12. Here's another example of the good nature and Christ-like character of those Jesuits who are well up in age and have been members of the Society of poisoning, sneaking, inhuman worms for many decades, from an article on a Jesuit who had the right idea and jumped to his death from a parking garage (actually, in all seriousness, Chevedden wanted out of the Jesuit order according to the story),

    "After surgery, Chevedden was transferred to the infirmary at Sacred Heart. Confined to a wheelchair with casts on both feet, he was escorted around the retreat on many days by a fellow Jesuit, Brother Charles Leonard Connor.

    During this recovery period, Chevedden said, Connor sexually molested and physically abused him. The alleged misconduct is described in reports that Chevedden submitted to Jesuit superiors, in notes of counseling sessions with his psychiatrist and in private e-mails to family members.

    Chevedden said Connor occasionally massaged his shoulders. One day, after Connor had pushed Chevedden in his wheelchair to a third-floor computer room, the brother allegedly placed one hand inside the priest's pajama bottoms and touched his penis.

    Chevedden told family members that he was taken aback by Connor's actions and resisted any further advances. Days later, Chevedden alleged, Connor retaliated by ramming his wheelchair into a barrier, causing excruciating pain to both feet.

    "I judge these acts of Brother Connor to be particularly cruel, because I was so vulnerable at the time," Chevedden wrote.

    Connor, now 84, has denied the accusations.

    Chevedden did not immediately report Connor's alleged improprieties to Jesuit superiors, because he was embarrassed and did not think they would believe him, he later told relatives and his psychiatrist.

    At the time, Chevedden had no way of knowing that Jesuit leaders had received complaints dating to 1995 alleging that Connor had sexually assaulted a mentally disabled dishwasher at the Sacred Heart facility. The Jesuits did not refer the matter to authorities. Acting on a tip in June 2000, police executed a search warrant at Sacred Heart and found internal memos incriminating Connor in the abuse.

    At the insistence of authorities, the Jesuits transferred Connor away from his victim at Sacred Heart.

    He was convicted of a felony sex crime in 2001 and ordered to serve six months of home detention, register as a lifetime sex offender and refrain from any contact with mentally disabled adults or minors.

    In March 2002, The Times reported that the Jesuits had concealed the initial sexual abuse allegations against Connor from law enforcement.

    Throughout the summer, the Jesuits negotiated a $7.5-million settlement with the dishwasher and another mentally disabled victim, both in their 50s, who said they had been sodomized and sexually assaulted by Connor and another elderly Jesuit at Sacred Heart.

    It was during this period that Chevedden complained about Connor to his superiors.

    "But when I found that they seemed to take no notice of it, I put a statement in writing," Chevedden said in a June 27, 2002, e-mail to his family. "Now I believe that they will investigate the matter."

    Jesuit leaders sought to quietly resolve Chevedden's complaints, internal records show. Smolich, who oversees one of 10 Jesuit provinces in the U.S. and reports directly to Rome, arranged to meet privately with Chevedden and Connor "to get this squared away person to person," he wrote on Sept. 10, 2002.

    "I am somewhat nervous about this meeting," Chevedden told family members in an e-mail. "But I will just present the truth of my two accusations. Please pray for me."

    The session proved a disappointment to Chevedden.

    "Brother Connor not only said he did not remember the two incidents, he categorically denied the accusations," Chevedden wrote. "I was unhappy that Father Smolich, while trying to appear even-handed, sided more with Brother Connor."

    Smolich said Chevedden's allegations "were investigated and could not be proven credible. Both incidents took place in public, there were no actions of overt sexual behavior and there was no suggestion that either incident was a prelude to additional inappropriate activity."

    He added: "In all likelihood, Father Chevedden's fears, combined with publicity about Brother Connor's past misconduct, could have created for him a reality which did not exist."

    But a San Francisco psychiatrist, whom the Jesuits paid to treat Chevedden, said he is convinced that the priest told the truth about Connor.

    "He had paranoid delusions," said Maloof, 65, who considers himself an orthodox Catholic and counseled Chevedden for two years before his death. "But I have no doubt that Father Chevedden was accurate in what he described. He was very precise in detailing and documenting what transpired." – http://www.bishop-accountability.org/news2005_07_12/2005_08_06_Bunting_BehindA.htm

    That's right; TWO mentally disabled persons sodomized by TWO different Jesuits at the same facility in THE SAME TIME FRAME!!!!

  13. This video reminds me of the First 48. The suspect being interviewed denies involvement and the detectives stare blankly knowing he/she are full of it. Hilarious to say the least. You heard it straight from the S.J.(s) – NOT TRUE! Lol!!!

  14. Tsadi, the fact that you keep reading of Jesuit conspiracies in old books only demonstrates that the theories have been around for a while. This does not constitute evidence in support of the theory. That you found mention of such in a book quite by happenstance illustrates how curious and funny happenstance can be sometimes, nothing more. Constructing a conspiracy theory to help you explain and hold onto the luscious creme filling of your other but, alas, discredited conspiracy theory might indicate all sorts of things besides an infinite regress of conspiracies. Ockham's razor works well in this case, Tsadi: The theories are all bullshit and it's time to move on to reality. 

  15. Let's take a look at some supposed quotes from the guy the Society of Jesus is named after, and see if we can't find some basis for their surrendering themselves just in case they really are demonically, disgustingly evil, as the incredible preponderance of evidence would seem to indicate: Matthew 5:39 "But I say unto you, That ye resist not evil: but whosoever shall smite thee on thy right cheek, turn to him the other also." 10:37 "He that loveth father or mother more than me is not worthy of me: and he that loveth son or daughter more than me is not worthy of me.

    38 And he that taketh not his cross, and followeth after me, is not worthy of me.

    39 He that findeth his life shall lose it: and he that loseth his life for my sake shall find it."

    16:25 "For whosoever will save his life shall lose it: and whosoever will lose his life for my sake shall find it." Luke 14: 26 "If any man come to me, and hate not his father, and mother, and wife, and children, and brethren, and sisters, yea, and his own life also, he cannot be my disciple.

    27 And whosoever doth not bear his cross, and come after me, cannot be my disciple.

    28 For which of you, intending to build a tower, sitteth not down first, and counteth the cost, whether he have sufficient to finish it?

    29 Lest haply, after he hath laid the foundation, and is not able to finish it, all that behold it begin to mock him,

    30 Saying, This man began to build, and was not able to finish.

    31 Or what king, going to make war against another king, sitteth not down first, and consulteth whether he be able with ten thousand to meet him that cometh against him with twenty thousand?

    32 Or else, while the other is yet a great way off, he sendeth an ambassage, and desireth conditions of peace.

    33 So likewise, whosoever he be of you that forsaketh not all that he hath, he cannot be my disciple.

    34 Salt is good: but if the salt have lost his savour, wherewith shall it be seasoned?

    35 It is neither fit for the land, nor yet for the dunghill; but men cast it out. He that hath ears to hear, let him hear."

    John 15:18 "If the world hate you, ye know that it hated me before it hated you.

    19 If ye were of the world, the world would love his own: but because ye are not of the world, but I have chosen you out of the world, therefore the world hateth you.

    20 Remember the word that I said unto you, The servant is not greater than his lord. If they have persecuted me, they will also persecute you; if they have kept my saying, they will keep yours also."

    and from the New Testament otherwise:

    I Peter 2:19  "For this is thankworthy, if a man for conscience toward God endure grief, suffering wrongfully.

    20 For what glory is it, if, when ye be buffeted for your faults, ye shall take it patiently? but if, when ye do well, and suffer for it, ye take it patiently, this is acceptable with God.

    21 For even hereunto were ye called: because Christ also suffered for us, leaving us an example, that ye should follow his steps:

    22 Who did no sin, neither was guile found in his mouth:

    23 Who, when he was reviled, reviled not again; when he suffered, he threatened not; but committed himself to him that judgeth righteously:"

  16. +Mechanized0 You know, if I were the sort of subhuman who would want to get away with something horrible, then I might invent a number of conspiracy theories about myself in order to ensure that my progress toward my goal would not be exposed by diverting attention while my plan was still vulnerable. People might investigate some of these unfounded claims, and I might add aspects of my actual plan to one or more of them or introduce it separately amidst the fray. After realizing the falsehood of a few of them, most would unfortunately come to regard me as a persecuted person and would feel somewhat ashamed for having pursued such allegations against me. They would thereby dismiss the truth with the lies in the scenario in which I would intermingle truth with the nonsense. Otherwise, I might introduce all the false claims and then, if, after the people had largely become exhausted and disgusted with the very idea of an accusation against me, if a person were to actually discover evidence of my true intent, then that person, to the tremendous detriment of everyone, would likely be spurned and his claim dismissed were he to decide to present his evidence.

  17. +Mechanized0 Due to YouTube's recent change in the way comments work, I am using my alternate account to respond. The thing about "conspiracy theories" is that to dismiss everything which falls into that category, disregarding the degree of distinction of each one from others, is obviously a matter of unjustified generalization, prejudice, and ignorance.

  18. My arguments are not related to Catholic dogma but rather the absurd conspiracy theories that permeate certain areas of the fundamentalist landscape. This was made quite clear in the previous post.

  19. Where do I send your "Good little ignoring the facts or lapping up any flimsy, nonsense supposed rebuttal thereof which is shat out by the church authorities, just as is the case when the absurdities of Roman Catholic dogmas and doctrines come to light Catholic" award? Do I need to again go over all the currently espoused contradictions of church dogmas taught by church authorities, which are swallowed by their dupes/parishioners without the slightest bit of hesitation or thought?

  20. Ignatis loyola was a member of the gnostic sect los alumbrados. Adam weishaupt named his order from los alumbrado and modeled his order based on the jesuits. He started forming the illuminati in 1773 when pope clement XIV banned the jesuits. After 1776 many jews rose to power but as a front organization where the jesuits could hide. When jews rose to power after the illuminati Amschel Rothschild became a knight of malta. So all jewish bankers are jesuit controlled and are knights and freemasons.

  21. sorry to leave a 2 part question like this but also theres rumors that jesuits were written about by JFK and LINCOLN though i will never believe anything until i see the sources so dont worry, but do you have any comment or maybe you can leave some speeches that were undeniably made towards the jesuits, also napolean supposedly wrote against them. any history on these claimed writings?

  22. I read that in the library of congress is an old card that held the old oath or holds the current oath for becoming a jesuit it seemed pretty careless of honor or morality as long as the ends justified the means in helping the organization. I dont hold this as a current thing id sure hope not but maybe was there really such an oath at one time or another in history? i think you probably know what im referring to as many videos quote it.

  23. What about the Jesuits responsible for the Inquisition and the Extreme Oath of the Jesuits. In any event…it's quite disturbing that that oath even surfaced. Either it is true…or someone somewhere did something really, really horrible in the past to get on your bad side. In any event…if anyone is a topic of anything so sinister abusing the Son of God's name as depicted…regardless if true or not….does not allow much of a trust factor at all, in fact it causes DISTRUST for Christians

  24. You might be interested in reading some of the absurdities claimed by one Jack T. Chick (chick. com). The following are just a few of the accusations labeled against the Jesuits, and by extension The Catholic Church, by Chick Publications:

    The Jesuits created:
    Fascism
    Communism
    Islam
    Freemasonry
    Jehovah's Witness
    Mormonsim
    Christian Science

    Jesuits are responsible for:
    The Inquisition (allegedly murdering 64 million)
    The Holocaust
    Instigated the Civil War
    Assassinating Lincoln
    and more….

  25. …of Jesuits, specifically, "New Discoveries In The Origin of Christianity", published around 1900, who wrote "At its Jesuits, who, as their name implies, are followers of Jesus, to love their enemies' soul so well, and therefore to send them to heaven as soon as possible, and to love everything belonging to their enemies, and therefore
    to take possession of it, and keep it in trust forever,…

  26. Yes, just completely insignificant that General Braddock offered 100 pounds for each scalp of a Jesuit while offering only 5 for those of French soldiers, who were actually shooting at his men. I suppose the words of John Winthrop can also be written off as nothing, when he said that the Jesuits seek everywhere to bring about the kingdom of antichrist, and just as meaningless must the words be of E. Walter who, in a book I happened to be reading with no intention of finding any mention…

  27. This video was Jesuitical. Maybe it's just casuistry. Perhaps you've spent too long reading Sephar ha-razim. How many countries were you kicked out of? Funny how your pyramid with the eye ended up on the dollar bill and how the Borgia and Farnese link you to the Templars. All just coincidence I suppose.

  28. Freemasonry was somewhat like an old testament magical Scientology with the use of alchemical formulas and angic text for magic. Its so complicated I can't even say. I however am a firm believer in the true church of Christ. Jesus said that his church would be attacked, but the gates of hell shall not prevail against it. I truly believe that. I believe that these theories are exactly that. Satan's greatest deception was convincing man that he doesn't exist.

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