Dr. Robert Aleksander Maryks, February 24, 2010, Boston College Front Row.
On the early Jewish Jesuits Ignatius of Loyola and his secretary Juan Alfonso de Polanco, who was also secretary to Loyola’s successors Diego Lainez (another “converso”) and Francis Borgia.

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5 Replies to “The Jesuit Order as a Synagogue of Jews, 2of3”

  1. Did you know, that they took out the name of our creator, from today's torah? Did you know that they call our creator, Jehovah? Did you know, that in Hebrew language, is called, "Ya ho va"? which means, "O' He is". So, when they pray to our creator, they say, o' He is. this is so funny. Yet, millions of people are following those rabbis blindly. Did you know that the ones who call themselves, Jews, they follow from 2 books, written, years after, prophet Moses departure, by the hands of religious leaders, called, Mishna, and Ghehmarah. which means, what Moses said, and what Moses did.

  2. Hitler himself stated, "I learned much from the Order of the Jesuits. Until now, there has never been anything more grandiose, on the earth, than the hierarchical organization of the Catholic church. I transferred much of this organization into my own party."

  3. Edward Hendrie in "Solving The Mystery Of Babylon The Great", p. 61:
    "The Jesuit Order not only became a destructive arm of the Roman Catholic Church; it also developed into a secret intelligence service. While the Popes relied more and more on the Jesuits, they were unaware that the hard core leadership were Jewish, and that these Jews held membership in the Illuminati order which despised and hated the Roman Catholic Church."

  4. Edward Hendrie: "In 1539 Loyola founded the "JESUIT ORDER," which was to become the most vile, bloody and persecuting order in the Roman Catholic Church. In 1540, the current Pope Paul III approved the order. At Loyola’s death in 1556 there were more than 1000 members in the Jesuit order, located in a number of nations. Setting up the Jesuit order, Ignatius Loyola devised an elaborate spy system, so that no one in the order was safe. If there was any opposition, death would come swiftly."

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