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A New Thread: WikiJesuitpedia

Post  tgII on Sat 01 Sep 2012, 22:33

...because something tells me they need a little attention. So, beginning with
Fr. Edmund Aloysius Walsh, S.J.

WikiJesuitpedia; because when it comes to the details, Wikipedia isn't quite on a
par with all the factual material that sets them apart.

    Fr. Edmund Aloysius Walsh, S.J. (October 10, 1885 – October 31, 1956) was an American [always like how they say "American" Jesuit; for Jesuits you may live in America but least of all "American", you're a Roman soldier] Jesuit Catholic priest, professor of geopolitics and founder of the Georgetown University School of Foreign Service, [this is immensely significant] which he founded in 1919–six years before the U.S. Foreign Service itself existed–and served as its first regent.


    Fr. Edmund Aloysius Walsh, S.J.

    He directed the Papal Famine Relief Mission to Russia in 1922, [the Russians kicked the Jesuits out; they weren't there to help; "relief" means starvation in Jesuit speak; Walsh was there directing the famine that saw many Ukranians starve to death; and it isn't likely the Eastern Orthodox church that has allied itself with Vladimir Putin haven't forgotten this either] which also succeeded in securing for the Vatican the Holy Relics of St. Andrew Bobola (they were actually transported to Rome by the Walsh's Assistant Director, Louis J. Gallagher, who later wrote books both about Walsh and about Bobola).

    Later, Walsh worked on behalf of the Vatican to resolve long-standing issues between Church and State in Mexico in 1929, [the same year the Lateran Treaty was signed; this treat allowed the State of the Vatican to exist in Italy after it was absolved in 1870] and negotiated with the Iraqi government to establish an American College in Baghdad [the Jesuits slither into Iraq] in 1931.

    After the Allies' victory in World War II, [was with McArthur in Japan conquering this country of the Jesuits] Walsh served as Consultant to the U.S. Chief of Counsel at the Nuremberg Trials. [selected who died and who lived because of the concordat reached between Italy and the Vatican which reestablished the Vatican as a state since 1870; "Vengeance is mine sayeth the Lord", except if you're a Jesuit] During that task, he interrogated the German geopolitician General Karl Haushofer [Zbigniew Brezinski studied the geo-politics of Haushofer which explains why Z-big has an attitude towards the Russians; Vladimir Putin must be giving Z-big friggin' headaches over Syria] to determine whether or not he should stand trial for war crimes, eventually finding that Gen. Haushofer ought not stand trial. [this is because the Reichskonkordat prevented Catholics from being strung up; the Reichskonkordat allowed the Catholic Church to remain in Germany throughout the war; Walsh was at Nuremberg to ensure the wrong people didn't get strung up]

    Strongly anti-Communist, [communism was developed by the Jesuits in Britain; proof coming if anyone is interested just say the word] it is alleged that Walsh was the man who first suggested to Senator McCarthy [used by the Jesuits; I visited his grave once along the Fox River up on a bluff overlooking the river in northern Wisconsin] that he use this issue in order to gain political prominence. Walsh vigorously promoted anti-Communism thought throughout his career. [Jesuit strategy; wouldn't it be surprising to learn if communism was devised at the Jesuit Stonyhurst College in England; what many people do not realize is that there is a British branch of the Jesuits and it the college is very close to Sandhurst which is where British officers are trained]


Very nice, Fr. Edmund Aloysius Walsh, S.J., your service to the church militant was
exemplary; and now we will uncover the real motivations besides just managing
evil in this world.

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