Well, clear why they liquidated the masque "Guy Chavez" in Jesuits' Cuba?
Was I wrong when I wrote this?
Saturday, March 23, 2013
The Emperor's thumb: bye bye Chavez [and Tyndale].
Bye bye Hugo. Now the scenes are for the world emperor only.
Perfectly confirmed by the visit of Jesuit's' operative SJ Jorge Mario "emperor Francis" Bergoglio in Brazil. The scenes of hysteria remind to me the Tavistock's mass-psychiatry experiments with the Beatles:
Pope In Brazil:Thousands Mob Pontiff's Car
10:40am UK, Tuesday 23 July 2013
The Pope stays calm after a security blunder lets the public get a little too close for comfort on the streets of Rio de Janiero.
With the great world distraction of the "royal baby":
It's a boy! Catherine gives birth to royal baby
By Dana Ford. Laura Smith-Spark and Richard Allen Greene, CNN
July 23, 2013 -- Updated 0607 GMT (1407 HKT)
URL : http://edition.cnn.com/2013/07/22/world/europe/uk-royal-baby
And this, were all those previous riots in Brazil planned just-in-time to prepare the atmosphere of hysteria for the arrival of SJ Bergoglio?
Brazil—Riots, World Youth Day and Pope Francis
July 10, 2013 • From theTrumpet.com
What possible connection could there be between recent riots in Brazil, the Vatican’s World Youth Day and Pope Francis?
As one observer commented, “Something changed in Brazil and we’re still trying to figure out what really happened. Suddenly everybody is out on the streets protesting against problems that are so old they are considered part of the Brazilian culture by now. [O]ne aspect really stands out and that is how big of a role online social networks played in the planning and organization of all these movements” (Collaborative Consumption, July 4).
[warning: trumpet.com has an ideological line quite anti-Germanic one, repeating the usual naivness about the rising of the Third Reich and denying the Jesuit/Ledochowsky agenda for the destruction of the Protestant Prussia. But the question here lying are OK]
And all those masques of Jesuit agent Guy Fawkes, aren't they now more clearly interpretable with the arrival of Jesuit Bergoglio, the "world emperor", in Brazil? I just watched the third channel RAI tv news, they just showed a Brazilian Guy Fawkes masque in the same report of the visit of the pope there. But where do they produce those Jesuit masques?
Suspance and Surprise:
"Guy Fawkes masks, immortalised in the movie V for Vendetta, have become a global symbol of protest and anonymity through the Occupy Wall Street Movement and the Arab Spring.
At the top of Reddit today is somewhat ironic image of this icon of rebellion being mass-produced in a factory in Sao Goncalo near Rio de Janeiro."
Yes, you read exactly, is in the same country and in the same city where the Jesuit coup d'etat against the secular state has been baptised today with an hysterical bath of the "world emperor" in the waters of the rioting mob.
Economical crisis, corruption and criminality as secular battering rams at the service of the Jesuits' global Ultramontane revanchism.
I'm telling that since years.
Monday, January 14, 2013
The religious theological roots of the actual economic and financial crisis [a summary by links]
[warning - I observed that the link to this above post has been changed. Better to copy and paste the URL ]
Warning: the images you should see [but CIA could boycott as KGB/FSB and Italian intelligence cannot as they are too much honest and moral] here:
Top: an image of the factory where they produce the Guy Fawkes' masques.
Second image: a dolly [puppet] reproducing Hugo Chavez.
Third and last image: Guy Fawkes' masque produced in Rio de Janeiro.
Guy Fawkes' masques production location:
Where Those Iconic Guy Fawkes Masks That So Many Protesters Wear Are Manufactured
Michael Kelley 2 July 2013 11:58 PM
Guy Fawkes masks, immortalised in the movie V for Vendetta, have become a global symbol of protest and anonymity through the Occupy Wall Street Movement and the Arab Spring.
At the top of Reddit today is somewhat ironic image of this icon of rebellion being mass-produced in a factory in Sao Goncalo near Rio de Janeiro.