By Edmund Paris
Secrets and techniques the Jesuits don't need you to knowOut of Europe, a voice is heard from the secular international that files traditionally an identical details instructed by way of ex-priests. the writer exposes the Vatican's involvement in international politics, intrigues, and the fomenting of wars all through heritage. it seems that, past any doubt, that the Roman Catholic establishment isn't really a Christian church and not was once. The bad Roman Catholic humans were betrayed via her and are dealing with religious catastrophe. Paris exhibits that Rome is liable for the 2 nice global wars.
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The victor wanted to drive the Jesuits out of all the countries which fell under his power; but influencial protectors of the Order managed to adjourn these measures, and the expulsion did not take place until 1707... "Prince Eugene blamed, with a harsh frankness, the politics of the imperial house and the intrigues of the Jesuits in Hungary. He wrote: "Austria nearly lost Hungary because of their persecuting of the Protestants". One day, he bitterly exclaimed that the morals of the Turks were far superior to those of the Jesuits, in practice at least.
As a reward for these services, the false Dimitri renounced the religion of his fathers at Crascovie, one of the Jesuits' houses, and promised the Order an establishment in Moscow, near the Kremlin, after his victory over Boris. "But it was these favours from the catholics which unleashed the hatred of the Russian Orthodox Church against Dimitri. On the 27th of May 1606, he was massacred with several hundred Polish followers. Until then, one could hardly speak of a Russian national sentiment; but now, this feelin g was very strong and took immediately the form of a fanatical hatred for the Roman Church and Poland.
It may seem excessive to attribute such prodigious virtues and actions to a mere handful of strangers. Yet, in these circumstances, their force was in inverse ratio to their numbers and they were immediately effective as no obstacles were met. Loyola's emissaries won the country's heart and mind from the start... "(15) The successors of Albert V, and especially Maximilian I (1597-1651), completed his work. But Albert V already was conscientious in his "duty" of assuring his subjects' "salvation".
Secret History of the Jesuits by Edmund Paris