This book, “Rulers of Evil” is one of the most concise, must learn and understand, historical narratives about who has run the world since the first Society of Jesus, Black Pope, St. Loyola Ignatius was named Superior General, a highest level position of immense power, still to this day, created by the Vatican in the 1541 by Pope Paul III. The book is hard to find but the author graciously has put it out on .pdf. A must read if you wish to know the true secret power behind the Rothschilds, Khazarian Jews, etc.
An excellent overview of our general malaise, who overtly runs the show, how and why. though not dated, it was written over a decade ago, at least, and foretold the future we have today which make this all the more prescient and credible.
One of the final visions he was shown was computer chip technology slowly infiltrating every aspect of our day to day lives. Ultimately the controller/owner of this technology would become corrupt a see the potential for world supremacy. Eventually a computer chip would be inserted under the skin of every member of the Earth’s population containing total information of everyone’s medical history, social status and credit rating which could be read by a scanner and fed to a mainframe. Governments would use these chips to control the population and could also dissolve the chips to release a lethal virus in order to avoid the costs of an elderly population. Those who refused chips would be outcasts from society, unemployable and untouchable by the System’s benefits.
Technology exists now to use chips in cards both for access to personal details and to transmit messages into the psyche of the carrier to control behaviour. More and more opportunities are being sought to use this micro-technology: as tags for criminals, as pet identi-chips, as surgical implants and as locators for potentially missing children and babies.
Firstly, we have to be aware of the clues to the methods employed by the Brotherhood in their ultimate goal of centralised world control. The tools they use to fight their ultimate wars are ourselves. They program our thoughts, our very conception of who we are, what is right and wrong and we, in turn, give them what they wish in the belief that this is the right, or the only way to live long and prosper. We build the prisons in which to house ourselves and hand the keys to our gaolers who are the Brotherhood elite. The crazy part about all of this is that we do it willingly and because they ask us to.
December 8, 2014 — A General Congregation of the Society of Jesus is an event steeped in history and significance — but one that most people know nothing about. In the 474-year history of the Society, it’s happened only 35 times; that changed today when Father General Adolfo Nicolás, SJ, Superior General of the Jesuits, convoked the 36th General Congregation.
Fr. Nicolás, who has served as Superior General since 2008, has announced his intention to resign, making a General Congregation, or “GC” for short, necessary. The congregations are held for only two reasons: to elect a new Superior General and to discuss major issues of importance to the Society — “matters of greater moment” according to the Jesuit Constitutions.
Jesuit Father John Padberg, a historian and the former longtime director of the Institute of Jesuit Sources, describes the congregations as dealing “with those matters that would preserve, protect and advance the life of the Society, the individual and common religious life of its members and its external apostolates.”
Quote of the Day;
Both major political parties used the media to build the perception of opposing positions on key issues, while all the while building consensus on issues that were critical to social change. That’s verified in the Congressional Record for 1917, which reported that
“…the J.P. Morgan [banking] interests…. and their subsidiary organizations got together 12 men high up in the newspaper world and employed them to select the most influential newspapers in the United States and sufficient number of them to control generally the policy of the daily press of the US…. They found it was only necessary to purchase the control of 25 of the greatest papers. …an editor was furnished for each paper to properly supervise and edit information….”
–Congressman Oscar Callaway statements were included in the Congressional Record (vol. 54, February 9, 1917, p. 2947)