Wednesday, July 18, 2012

" of interest and a proud even for us who are Italians".


Above images:
1) Wladimir Ledochowsky and Benito Mussolini;
2) The cover of the book "La chiesa di Mussolini" ("The church of Mussolini");
3) Excerpt from the book at page 72.

"....I think that if the Vatican gives up definitively the temporal dreams – and I think he is just on this path – Italy, profane or lay one, should supply the Vatican with the material aids, with the material facilitation for schools, hospitals or other, which a profane power has at disposition. Because the development of the Catholics in the world, the increase of the 400 millions of men, who in all the corners of the Earth are looking at Rome, is of interest and a proud even for us who are Italians....” [Benito Mussolini's first speech at the chamber, 21st June 1921].

From: “La chiesa di Mussolini”/”The church of Mussolini”, page 72. Author: SJ Giovanni Sale; publishing house: Rizzoli.

    At the light of the later definitive conversion of Mussolini from the atheism of his past to the Roman Catholicism and the Laterano pact, that invite to the church to forget the “temporal dreams” were only a diverting ideological trick to hide how much Benito Mussolini was perfectly aware that his political triumph was eternally linked just with the fortunes of the papacy’s temporal revanchism [to say it like in that old January 23, 1892 NYTimes article on cardinal Ledochowsky].

    That temporal power denied at the beginning of the declaration, resuscitated not years after, in 1929 , but just after those thirty seconds necessary to read those pair of lines separating the above denial from the below offer.

    Offering the “profane” (secular) nation at the disposition of the goals of the church for the increase of the Roman Catholic faithful in the world, all that began with that offer the same and was completed with the actual “anti-fascist” republic.

    Those “dreams of temporal power” have been realized just with the separation between secular power and spiritual power, but a separation as intended by the principle of the Council of Trent. A separation which hides a submission. Guess of whom respect whom. It has been totally realized in the actual democratic republic, where the ‘spiritual’ power of the Vatican naturally fills in a decaying society the void of the secular institutions and ideologies (mostly just ill-born) to transform them in the secular arm of the Jesuits, a religious arm hidden by the rags of the secular corruption and illegality, in order to use it for the 'holy' mission of the increase of the Roman Catholic population in the world.

    Therefore Mussolini simply supplied the Jesuit order with his tongue, in to announce that the Vatican renounced the re-building of the old historical Pontifical reign in exchange of a pair of squared miles of extraterritorial paradise in the historical center of Rome [plus some millions of dollars maybe to spend in the crashing stock exchange of America - see link in below References], but only in order to transform the entire Italian nation in a hidden secular arm of his power. And to use Fascism and the Savoy army in the religious purge of Eurasia, especially in the Balkans, playing a double game against the German ally in order to destroy - together with Nazism -  the last rests of Protestant Prussian army.
    Isn't Italy of today the ill-fruit of that old offer of  21st June 1921 by Jesuit puppet Benito Mussolini?


 [Please, note the year, that 2008 and three months after the famous proposal/prophecy of central bank meeting and of SJ trained Draghi at Dublino, that "Central banks must take the lead in restoring order" = must take the leading role in restoring order....]

Sunday, October 12, 2008

Mussolini, the Bankster of Rome

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  ".....In any event under this new regime there would be an abrupt cessation of pastorals on Socialistic and labor problems and of poems about St. Thomas Aquinas. We should instead see the Vatican boldly embark upon the troubled waters of European diplomacy, seeking alliances and taking desperate risks upon the fortune in the next war.

“Should Old Pope Leo Die: the political tendencies of his successor. The Cardinal who would probably win the prize – his Polish supporter – affairs in France and Germany – Spurgeon’s return – Lord Lorne’s appointment", The New York Times, January 23, 1892


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