Monday, 13 April 2015
Robert Welch, Jr. > John Birch Society, Wikipedia [as of 12 April 2015]
In the 1960s, Welch began to believe that even the Communists were not the top level of his perceived conspiracy and began saying that communism was just a front for a Master Conspiracy, which had roots in the Illuminati; the essay “The Truth in Time” is an example. He referred to the Conspirators as “The Insiders,” seeing them mainly in internationalist financial and business families such as the Rothschilds and Rockefellers, and organizations such as the Bilderbergers, the Council on Foreign Relations, and the Trilateral Commission. He did avoid the antisemitism, anti-Freemasonry, and anti-Catholicism of other conspiracy theorists, saying that such prejudices would “neutralize” anti-Communist, anti-conspiracy efforts. According to one source, Welch converted to Roman Catholicism in the months prior to his death. As a result of his conspiracy theories, the John Birch Society became synonymous with right-wing extremism, earning satirical blasts from critics ranging from the cartoonist Walt Kelly to the musicians Bob Dylan and Dizzy Gillespie.
CONTROLLED OPPOSITION: THE COUNCIL FOR NATIONAL POLICY
THE RON PAUL LIE
But if we examine the details of the life of Ron Paul, his refusal to blame the “Sovereign State of Vatican City” for the crimes of the Fed make sense. First, Paul is affiliated with Scottish-Rite Freemasonry, the “bulldog” of the Jesuits enforcing their economic monopoly over every American. Indeed, the Jesuits created Scottish-Rite Freemasonry in the mid-1700s and its world headquarters is in Rome not far from the “Gesu”—the Jesuit Mother Church from which the Scottish-Rite gets its “G.”
But it gets better. According to my source in Italy, Ron Paul lived in Rome, off and on, from 1956 to 1965. His residence at 16 0018 Via dei Delfini was paid for by certain priests.
Later he moved to a home near the “Gesu” in the “Pizza del Gesu,” which plaza hosts the headquarters for Scottish-Rite Freemasonry as mentioned above.
Freemasonry in Italy > Re-establishment in the Risorgimento, Wikipedia as of 12 April 2015
On April 21, 1901 the Grand Orient opened its new headquarters in Palazzo Giustiniani in Rome. A disagreement over secularism in elementary schools led in 1908 to the secession of the Supreme Council of Ancient and Accepted Scottish Rite. The stated reason for dissention was increasing politicisation of the Grand Orient. On March 21, 1910 this body established the Grand Lodge of Italy, with Protestant pastor Saverio Fera, a former adherent of Garibaldi, as Grand Master. From its headquarters it became known as the Grand Lodge of Piazza del Gesù.
THE JESUITS AND THE TITANIC
PROMINENT PEOPLE ALL TRAINED BY SATAN’S SPECIAL FORCES