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The British/Vatican slavemasters have always held that there is a social order, a hierarchy of society that boils down to two classes. The rich or the nobility (priests and kings) and everyone else – the workers, the slaves.

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transparent back flashing starThe Slavemaster version of “Natural Law” putting them as rulers and everyone else as slavestransparent back flashing star

From the words of Catholic Popes themselves

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It is not true that all have equal rights in civil society. It is not true that there exists no lawful social hierarchy.

…a sound prosperity is to be restored according to the true principles of a sane co-operative system which respects the proper hierarchic structure of society

– Pope Pius XI DIVINI REDEMPTORIS (On Atheistic Communism) 19 March 1937

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the wealthy and the working men…ordained by nature that these two classes should dwell in harmony and agreement.

– Pope Leo XIII, Rerum Novarum (of revolutionary change) May 15, 1891

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…… in civil society, God has always willed that there should be a ruling authority…over the human race.

… Over this mighty multitude God has Himself set rulers with power to govern, and He has willed that one should be the head of all

…the [God’s] law meet with the dutiful and willing homage of the people, when they are convinced that their rulers hold authority from God, and feel that it is a matter of justice and duty to obey them and to show them reverence and fealty, united to a love not unlike that which children show their parents.

…Let every soul be subject to higher powers. [Bible – Romans 13:1]

IMMORTALE DEI, Pope Leo XIII, November 1, 1885

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The duties of a slave –

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Of these duties, the following bind the proletarian and the worker: fully and faithfully to perform the work which has been freely and equitably agreed upon; never to injure the property, nor to outrage the person, of an employer; never to resort to violence in defending their own cause, nor to engage in riot or disorder; and to have nothing to do with men of evil principles, who work upon the people with artful promises of great results, and excite foolish hopes which usually end in useless regrets and grievous loss.

– Pope Leo XIII, Rerum Novarum (of revolutionary change) May 15, 1891

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The “priest” side of this arrangement embodied in the Pope of the Roman Catholic church, have many places where they try to sell this to their followers to keep them literally in their “place” and to do their job of trying to make the rest of the world conform to this two-class system.

No of Chartres wrote to Pope Paschal II: “When kingdom and priesthood are at one, in complete accord, the world is well ruled…

IMMORTALE DEI, Pope Leo XIII, November 1, 1885

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This two class system where the rulers are kings and priests and everyone else is the slaves – the workers – is a particularly Nesilim system. It came from the Nesilim Empire in what is now called Turkey.

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torture, prison, and executions for those who rebel

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In the years leading up to the American Revolution, the most barbaric atrocities were perpetuated on the “second class” – the workers – in the name of quelling rebellion.

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Mastro_Titta vatican executionsGiovanni Battista Bugatti, executioner of the Papal States between 1796 and 1865, carried out 516 executions (Bugatti is pictured here offering snuff – like cocaine – to a condemned prisoner). The Vatican City didn’t abolish executions until 1969!

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The excuses for such insane behavior are immortalized in these Pope’s own words.

To cast aside obedience, and by popular violence to incite to revolt is therefore treason, not against man only, but against God.

IMMORTALE DEI, Pope Leo XIII, November 1, 1885

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….the Roman Pontiffs are to be regarded as having greatly served the public good, for they have ever endeavored to break the turbulent and restless spirit of innovators, and have often warned men of the danger they are to civil society.

DIUTURNUM POPE LEO XIII ON THE ORIGIN OF CIVIL POWER, 29 June, 1881

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Man cannot be exempted from his divinely-imposed obligations toward civil society, and the representatives of authority – have the right to coerce him when he refuses without reason to do his duty.

– Pope Pius XI DIVINI REDEMPTORIS (On Atheistic Communism) 19 March 1937

to revenge all disobedience…[bible quote]

IMMORTALE DEI, Pope Leo XIII, November 1, 1885.

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ALL of this is the kind of insane clutternut behavior and foul spew that people like Thomas Jefferson made it their personal mission to drive a stake through the heart of such monstrous behavior.

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  1. All Men Are Created Equal

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One of the most basic tenets of the Constitution of America is that all men are created equal and that we have certain inalienable rights.

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The slavemasters portrayed THIS as the later-created communism.

From this heresy there arose in the last century* a false philosophy – a new right as it is called, and a popular authority, together with an unbridled license which many regard as the only true liberty.

*the last century referring to 1776 and the American Revolution

Hence we have reached the limit of horrorscommunism, socialism, nihilism, hideous deformities of the civil society of men.

DIUTURNUM POPE LEO XIII ON THE ORIGIN OF CIVIL POWER, 29 June, 1881

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These deplorable and harmful principles

– says Pope Leo XIII

[that harmful and deplorable passion for innovation…all those later tenets of unbridled licensewere wildly conceived and boldly proclaimed as the principles and foundation of that new conception of law]

Amongst these principles the main one lays down that as all men are alike by race and nature, so in like manner all are equal in the control of their life; that each one is so far his own master as to be in no sense under the rule of any other individual; that each is free to think on every subject just as he may choose, and to do whatever he may like to do; that no man has any right to rule over other men. In a society grounded upon such maxims all government is nothing more nor less than the will of the people, and the people, being under the power of itself alone, is alone its own ruler.

IMMORTALE DEI, Pope Leo XIII, November 1, 1885, point 23 and 24
Important note: The first part in brackets that I excerpted, if you look at the original you will see that this Pope was actually trying to backdate the equality principle to hundreds of years earlier than Thomas Jefferson, in yet another attempt to try and not “flow power” to him, specifically.  Since this is an intentional misdirection by this Pope, I didn’t want to focus on that part, but on all his fun adjectives that were all a description of the “all men are created equal” idea.

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absolutely contrary to the natural law

says Pope Pius IX

[…] that infamous doctrine of so-called Communism which is absolutely contrary to the natural law itself, and if once adopted would utterly destroy the rights, property and possessions of all men, and even society itself.”

QUI PLURIBUS (ON FAITH AND RELIGION) Encyclical of Pope Pius IX – NOVEMBER 9, 1846

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See that? Thomas Jefferson and the American revolution are being propaganda positioned as a communist literally only 4 years after communism was created by a combined British/Russian intelligence asset no less.

These insane fracks were actually trying to get people to believe that –

Thomas Jefferson = Communist

American Revolution = Communism

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Oh sure. That’s truthful.

come on!

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Pope Gregory XVI, by the way, right exactly in 1832 is mightily pissed at what President Jackson had done to their enforced class-making stranglehold organization – the Bank of the United States.

President Jackson called these people the hydra (many-headed monster) of corruption.

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So…this ONE MAN – Andrew Jackson – beat all their combined forces hands down and promptly proceeded to tear down their bank -their sneaky little control vehicle. Jackson was a Jeffersonian, and because of him we had the one and only time that our country was entirely free of debt and free of any financial control by these insane people – which included the Vatican Bank.

Only one month before this particular Pope had himself a major temper tantrum, President Jackson had exercised his veto rights over the Bank Recharter bill, on July 3, no less, the day before our Independence Day, 1832.

With that in mind…

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Look at this Pope whine like a spoiled brat

about just how effective people like Andrew Jackson and Thomas Jefferson actually were

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Pope Gregory XVI

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Our Roman See is harassed violently and the bonds of unity are daily loosened and severed. The divine authority of the Church is opposed and her rights shorn off. She is subjected to human reason and with the greatest injustice exposed to the hatred of the people and reduced to vile servitude.

…Furthermore, academies and schools resound with new, monstrous opinions, which openly attack the Catholic faith; this horrible and nefarious war is openly and even publicly waged. Thus, by institutions and by the example of teachers, the minds of the youth are corrupted and a tremendous blow is dealt to religion and the perversion of morals is spread.

–  Pope Gregory XVI “On Liberalism and Religious Indifferentism” Mirari Vos, dated August 15, 1832

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mad crying baby.

Jackson had their number cold.

Lavish public disbursements and corporations with exclusive privileges would be its substitutes for the original and as yet sound checks and balances of the Constitution—the means by whose silent and secret operation a control would be exercised by the few over the political conduct of the many by first acquiring that control over the labor and earnings of the great body of the people.

President Andrew Jackson Seventh Annual Message December 7, 1835

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“….first acquiring that control over the labor and earnings of the great body of the people…”

Personal Income Tax in 1913 anyone? This shows the perfect understanding and prescience that men like Jackson and Jefferson had about the slavemasters – they knew what form their re-enslavement of the American people would try to take almost a hundred years before they actually did it.

Can’t have any of those crabs getting out of the bucket, you know.

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One other thing you might like to see here, and that is that an important paper from that time (1834 – the Niles Register) carried a clear example (that was actually from February of 1833) of the desire to put America back into the two-class system the slavemasters love so much because it puts them on top, of course. The statement being quoted is literally just after Jackson completed paying off all America’s debt.

I have been informed, and I believe the fact, that a great American banker, who is here, and who is closely connected with, if not living with, a leviathon money monger, well known in America, said, about the month of February last, speaking of the working people in America: “damn them, they shall starve or have bank notes: we will pay some of them, when they are hungry, and they will shoot at the rest, and make them submit quietly to a government fit for a gentleman to live under.”

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This also shows that financial “panics” and “depressions” are deliberately caused by these people as punishment for our “disobedience”.

Shortly after this ultimate sin by Jackson and the upstart people of America – the sin of touching their money – was now a foregone conclusion and the Bank Recharter bill was fully dead in the water –

touched my money - death to the infidels.

The slavemasters got to work in a number of areas. The first on the list was to create a strawman, a parody of the American way, in order to use that to villify anyone who gets any similar ideas, and to recruit anyone who might be a Jefferson into their slimy parody to disillusion them, to punish them, to have them ridiculed.

Sound familiar?

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And so began the assignments of Frederick Engeles from 1842 to 1844, and Karl Marx in Paris in 1843. This is controlled opposition – you understand? Not a real opposition like Jefferson and Jackson.

By June 1847 the “communist league” was formed in London, later in the year is when Karl Marx “wrote” the manifesto of the communist party – which was actually then run from London starting in 1849 when Marx moved there from Paris.

So when you see this Pope saying this in 1846, only two years after this all begins –

[…] that infamous doctrine of so-called Communism which is absolutely contrary to the natural law itself, and if once adopted would utterly destroy the rights, property and possessions of all men, and even society itself.”

QUI PLURIBUS (ON FAITH AND RELIGION) Encyclical of Pope Pius IX – NOVEMBER 9, 1846

Do you see how this little game of theirs works now?

Not even close to the truth but 100 percent determined to cast this very small group of people (Thomas Jefferson etc.) and people like them (that’s the important part) in the worst possible light, or the most innaccurate light that they could.

This goes on even today – we have these monsters and their puppets RUNNING America now and have created armies of deluded young Americans that go around beating up the entire world in the name of “democracy”.

Now that’s the ne plus ultra, the “limit” of Horrors.

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2. Rulers serve the people – not the other way around.

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These pouty, childish, and perpetually disposed to insane temper-tantrums slavemasters also try and have it be believed that to have these rights that Jefferson made sure that we did, and to have fought back and cast off these monstrously evil slavemasters – the fact that we did that makes us slaves!

Say what?

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casts off the obedience due to lawful authority, for this is not liberty …and is most correctly styled …the “liberty of self ruin,” and …the “cloak of malice.”…it is a true slavery

IMMORTALE DEI, Pope Leo XIII, November 1, 1885

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Yea, and it gets better.

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Why?

Because all right to rule comes from “God”

Oh really, would say Thomas Jefferson

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Indeed, very many men of more recent times, …say that all power comes from the people; so that those who exercise it in the State do so not as their own, but as delegated to them by the people, and that, by this rule, it can be revoked by the will of the very people by whom it was delegated. But from these, Catholics dissent, who affirm that the right to rule is from God, as from a natural and necessary principle.

as regards political power, the Church rightly teaches that it comes from God

DIUTURNUM POPE LEO XIII ON THE ORIGIN OF CIVIL POWER, 29 June, 1881

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…say that all power comes from the people

That is a direct reference to the Declaration of Independence of 1776.

It stated that governments should only derive their power through the consent of the governed.

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They had a cow over that one – still are.

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certain teachings are being spread among the common people in writings which attack the trust and submission due to princes; the torches of treason are being lit everywhere.

those who strive by treason and sedition to drive the people from confidence in their princes and force them from their government.

–  Pope Gregory XVI “On Liberalism and Religious Indifferentism” Mirari Vos, dated August 15, 1832

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…the opinion prevails that princes are nothing more than delegates chosen to carry out the will of the people; whence it necessarily follows that all things are as changeable as the will of the people, so that risk of public disturbance is ever hanging over our heads.

IMMORTALE DEI, Pope Leo XIII, November 1, 1885

 

Curiously, they do admit this (American) kind of government had never existed before.

And that’s very interesting for a whole lot of reasons which I won’t go into right now.

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But that harmful and deplorable passion for innovation …tenets of unbridled license which, in the midst of the terrible unheavals of the last century [American Revolution] were wildly conceived and boldly proclaimed as the principles and foundation of that new conception of law which was not merely previously unknown, but was at variance on many points with not only the Christian, but even the natural law.

IMMORTALE DEI, Pope Leo XIII, November 1, 1885, point 23

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“…that harmful and deplorable passion for innovation”

Yea, they want this instead

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It’s interesting just how twisted their view is towards humanity, isn’t it? And…just how vested they are in having everyone suffering and toiling and having pain and so on.

So therefore –

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People like Jefferson are arrogant to even attempt to free civilization from it’s bonds

Gee, where have I heard that before…

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Ever since the days when groups of “intellectuals” were formed in an arrogant attempt to free civilization from the bonds of morality and religion, Our Predecessors overtly and explicitly drew the attention of the world to the consequences of the dechristianization of human society.

– Pope Pius XI DIVINI REDEMPTORIS (On Atheistic Communism) 19 March 1937

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Even in 1937 – 160 years later –

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They are still bitching about it

(the American Revolution)

because it upset their “social order”!

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…This modern revolution, it may be said, has actually broken out or threatens everywhere, and it exceeds in amplitude and violence anything yet experienced in the preceding persecutions launched against the Church. […] bolshevistic and atheistic Communism which aims at upsetting the social order

– Pope Pius XI DIVINI REDEMPTORIS (On Atheistic Communism) 19 March 1937, point 7.

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They even called it (and ergo Jefferson) a satanic scourge

and a fatal plague

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[…] the Christian civilization, the true civitas humana, can be saved from the satanic scourge, and not merely saved, but better developed for the well-being of human society.

– Pope Pius XI DIVINI REDEMPTORIS (On Atheistic Communism) 19 March 1937, point 7.

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[…] the immortal Leo XIII, in his Encyclical Quod Apostolici Muneris, defined Communism as “the fatal plague which insinuates itself into the very marrow of human society only to bring about its ruin.”

IMMORTALE DEI, Pope Leo XIII, November 1, 1885 as quoted by Pope Pius XI in DIVINI REDEMPTORIS (On Atheistic Communism) 19 March 1937

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Sayeth the slimy skekses*

*creatures from The Dark Crystal

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Who have admitted that they are literally hell-bent to make sure humanity continues to suffer because “God” wants it that way because of our “disobedience”.

God …has given us this world as a place of exile…

the other pains and hardships of life will have no end or cessation on earth; for the consequences of sin are bitter and hard to bear, and they must accompany man so long as life lasts.

To suffer and to endure, therefore, is the lot of humanity; let them strive as they may, no strength and no artifice will ever succeed in banishing from human life the ills and troubles which beset it.

If any there are who pretend differently – who hold out to a hard-pressed people the boon of freedom from pain and trouble, an undisturbed repose, and constant enjoyment – they delude the people.

– Pope Leo XIII, Rerum Novarum (of revolutionary change) May 15, 1891

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He just implied that The Declaration of Independence was deluding the people.

aka

We don’t have a right to either liberty or happiness!

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Think they didn’t like that, well, they really, really, REALLY hated the Bill of Rights.

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3. The Bill of Rights

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Some people tend to confuse the Declaration of Independence and the Constitution with each other. They are both important documents to the founding of the independent nation of America, but by the time the Constitution was being written the skekses had already been very busy little creatures.

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It was being written with no rights for the people laid out in it!

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One just couldn’t possibly guess how that happened.

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During the debates on the adoption of the Constitution, its opponents such as Jefferson, Charles Pinckney etc. repeatedly charged that the Constitution as drafted would open the way to tyranny by the central government.

A proposal by delegate Charles Pinckney – a Jeffersonian – to include several rights guarantees (including “liberty of the press” and a ban on quartering soldiers in private homes)  was submitted to the Committee on Detail on August 20, 1787, but the Committee did not adopt any of Pinckney’s recommendations.  The matter came up before the Convention on September 12, 1787 and, following a brief debate, proposals to include a Bill of Rights in the Constitution were rejected.

Thomas Jefferson, who did not attend the Constitutional Convention, in a December 1787 letter to James Madison called the omission of a Bill of Rights a major mistake:

“A bill of rights is what the people are entitled to against every government on earth.”

– Thomas Jefferson

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He also wrote that “There has just been opposition enough” to force adoption of a Bill of Rights, but not to drain the federal government of its essential “energy.”

So, later on in the ratification debate, Anti-Federalists (Pinckney etc.) opposed to the Constitution, complained that the new system threatened liberties, and suggested that if the delegates had truly cared about protecting individual rights, they would have included provisions that accomplished that.

With ratification in serious doubt, Federalists announced a willingness to take up the matter of  a series of amendments, to be called the Bill of Rights, soon after ratification and the First Congress comes into session. Several state conventions in their formal ratification of the Constitution asked for such amendments; others only ratified the Constitution with the understanding that the amendments would be offered.

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If it wasn’t for the influence of Jefferson and his friends we wouldn’t even have a Bill of Rights.

with the all-important and significant Article 3

 

By the way, Pinckney would go on to be instrumental in helping Jefferson become President. The election of 1800 was held in the balance by South Carolina, for one reason because States voted at different times back then, and South Carolina was one of the last. It had 8 electoral votes.

Charles Pinckney’s strong lobbying for Jefferson swung the election and as a result Jefferson/Burr got 73 electoral votes to 64 for Pinckney’s cousin (and slavemaster apologist) Charles Cotesworth Pinckney, and 65 for John Adams.

Jefferson rewarded Charles Pinckney by appointing him Ambassador to Spain, a post he held from 1801-05. One of the things he did during this time, was that he helped to facilitate the transfer of Louisiana from France.

One other important point –

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Did you know, that the First Bank (composed of slavemasters galore to keep us in debt and control our finances) also got approved the same time that the Bill of Rights did?

That figures.

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Yep, and guess who one of the opponents rejecting the idea of the Bill of Rights was initially? Alexander Hamilton, the slavemaster mouthpiece, who spear-headed getting the slimey little skekses hands on American’s finances – the First Bank of the United States.

Alexander Hamilton – fictionalized

Mouth of Sauron.

 

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3.2 The Bill of Rights – The back story

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The first rumblings (and the model really) of what was to come in this Bill of Rights (to their utter horror) actually could be found in Thomas Jefferson’s Bill for Religious Freedom written for his home state of Virginia just one year after the Declaration of Independence, in 1777.

In the state of Virginia where he lived, the British Queen’s (from Elizabeth I time) personal church – the Anglican Church – was the “official” religion of the state of Virginia. Complete with taxing, enforced support etc.

Even though the Tithes were suspended in 1776, Jefferson knew that Vatican and British slavemasters used religion to gain footholds and subvert cultures around the world, so practically as soon as the Independence war was over he began work to basically take that away from the slavemasters and make sure they didn’t get it again – starting with his own backyard, the state of Virginia.

In his Bill of 1777, he specifically sought to prevent anyone from being “compelled to frequent or support any religious Worship place or Ministry.”

Notice the “or support” part – tax-exemption with the transfer of the expenses on to the people, certainly qualifies as compelling support – and he also knew that the slavemasters would try to come up with a way to continue that particularly covert form of subjugation of a population that had been started by the Roman Catholic church – particularly as a result of the Jesuits.

He was right – that’s exactly what they did right around the same time the little fracks put in a personal income tax, the early 1900’s. That’s when the first tax exemption laws for religions began really showing up too!.

Jefferson also wanted it clear that people should not have religious actions or inactions “affect their civil capacities.”

This broadside of the proposed bill, printed in Williamsburg, is the earliest known printed text of Jefferson’s proposed law.

Jefferson Bill for Religious Freedom 1777.

This Bill was destined to become the forerunner and model of the First Amendment to the Constitution, in fact its spirit forming the very first sentence of the Bill of Rights.

But there’s more…

Text taken from Founders ArchivesAn Act for Establishing Religious Freedom by Thomas Jefferson, 1777.

…that the impious presumption of legislators and rulers, civil as well as ecclesiastical, who, being themselves but fallible and uninspired men, have assumed dominion over the faith of others, setting up their own opinions and modes of thinking as the only true and infallible, and as such endeavoring to impose them on others, hath established and maintained false religions over the greatest part of the world and through all time

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Jefferson also goes straight after their (the slavemasters) money lines –

That to compel a man to furnish contributions of money for the propagation of opinions which he disbelieves and abhors, is sinful and tyrannical;

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Jefferson is being quite clear about what he thinks about Christianity, in all its many Roman Catholic front group forms.

Let me put it plainly –

Jefferson disbelieved and abhorred the Roman Catholic Church

and it’s “Christianity” opinions

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Good word, opinions.

Now here comes the genus of the separation of Church and state idea that shows up in the Constitution as part of the First Amendment (Bill of Rights).

that our civil rights have no dependance on our religious opinions, any more than our opinions in physics or geometry; that therefore the proscribing any citizen as unworthy the public confidence by laying upon him an incapacity of being called to offices of trust and emolument, unless he profess or renounce this or that religious opinion, is depriving him injuriously of those privileges and advantages to which, in common with his fellow citizens, he has a natural right;

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*burthenedArchaic spelling of burden, meaning load heavily, weigh down; cause (someone) hardship or distress.

We the General Assembly of Virginia do enact that no man shall be compelled to frequent or support any religious worship, place, or ministry whatsoever, nor shall be enforced, restrained, molested, or burthened in his body or goods, nor shall otherwise suffer, on account of his religious opinions or belief; that all men shall be free to profess, and by argument to maintain, their opinions in matters of religion, and that the same shall in no wise diminish, enlarge, or affect their civil capacities.

…we are free to declare, and do declare, that the rights hereby asserted are of the natural rights of mankind, and that if any act shall be hereafter passed to repeal the present or to narrow its operation, such act will be an infringement of natural right.

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WOW! Eh?

Talk about a stake through the Black Heart of the Vatican…

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The following year after Jefferson first wrote this up, in the spring of 1778, the first Constitutional Convention was held in Philadelphia, PA. They resolved three main religious controversies.

  • Decided that there would be no religious test, oath or other requirement for any federal elected office.
  • Allowed Quakers and others to affirm (rather than swear) their oaths of office.
  • Refrained from recognizing the religion of Christianity, or one of its denominations, as an established, state church.

But there was no specific guarantee of religious freedom, but you can see Jefferson’s influence there already.

Jefferson was pleased with the constitution, but he was also aware of the inherent danger in not specifically spelling out a rule/law/right about religious freedom. This is when he began pushing hard for legislation that would guarantee individual rights, especially what he considered the most important right in the world at that time – to take back control of people’s lives away from the tentacles of power-mad and segregationist religions.

He wanted an iron-clad guarantee for both freedom of and freedom from religion.

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A young James Madison promised him he would promote Jefferson’s bill, in order to gain support for the ratification of the constitution by the State of Virginia.

Good as his word, the very next year Madison proposed it to the Virginia legislature.

The slavemasters did not go down easy on this one however, and were up to their usual nefarious plotting and planning and give-an-inch-take-a-mile tactics.

For example, Patrick Henry was their front man for a bill that would permit any Virginian to belong to any denomination, but which would require him to belong to some denomination and pay taxes to support it.

You get how tricky that is?

That’s the kind of nasty, underhanded, sleazy, and slimy tactics these rat-bastards are always up to.

So…Jefferson’s Bill sat, and sat, and sat…until finally, he and his friends got Madison to get it through and the state of Virginia adopted the Act for Establishing Religious Freedom on January 16, 1786.

Here’s the interesting thing. Within just a few months, good ole slavemaster puppet Alexander Hamilton gets together with James Madison and “calls” for another Constitutional Convention – because it still had not been ratified, for one thing. He just happens to call for this most important meeting ever, in the late spring of 1786, when powerful political leaders like Thomas Jefferson could not attend. For example, Jefferson was out of the country being the Minister of France at the time.

Rather interesting timing, that.

 

This is because that Bill that the state of Virginia had just passed had severely both angered and terrified the slavemasters. Like I said – it was a literal stake to their heart and a portent of things to come.

So, this is the climate in which people like Alexander Hamilton and others refused Charles Pinckney’s presentation of adding a literal list of rights that needed to be built into the constitution to ensure their prominence.

The Bill of Rights is often erroneously cited as having been influenced by the British Bill of Rights from 1689. This is really just another example of trying to deflect attention off of Thomas Jefferson – yet again.

Actually, it’s worse than that. Its arrogance. If Jefferson was truly “influenced” by the British wonderful supposed rights bill – we would never have had an American Revolution. What would be the need? And if their Bill was so great, he would have just copied it entirely.

Well, it wasn’t that great, I looked at it.

It’s just plain childish jealousy about the fact that people like Jefferson led the way as to real enlightenment and freedom and made the slavemasters visible as they are – tyrannical nutcases obsessed with power and status. The truth is obviously that people that try to say such things about Jefferson are trying to nurse still festering wounds to their “magnificence” and trying to bolster their still flagging pride by falsely laying claim to being the “inspiration” for our revolution. Now that’s arrogance.

Say it ain’t so.

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The best example of the inaccuracy of such portrayals is the fact that the most hated article in the American Bill of Rights, Article 3, is nowhere to be found in the British Bill.

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Most hated by the slavemasters – that is.

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This is significant not only because the statements acknowledging important rights in Article 3 was a first ever, but also because of just how much both legs* of the slavemasters hated it.

*meaning the British nobility/King and the Priests/Christianity.

Here it is, in all its amazing magnificence, marking the first time in hundreds of years, that things were put right again.

Article the third… Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances.

You want to see how Jeffersonian that actually is?

Ok – here’s some more excerpts from his Bill for Religious Freedom of 1777.

We the General Assembly of Virginia do enactthat all men shall be free to profess, and by argument to maintain, their opinions in matters of religion, and that the same shall in no wise diminish, enlarge, or affect their civil capacities.

…that the opinions of men are not the object of civil government, nor under its jurisdiction

…that to suffer the civil magistrate to intrude his powers into the field of opinion and to restrain the profession or propagation of principles on supposition of their ill tendency is a dangerous fallacy,

…and finally, that truth is great and will prevail if left to herself; that she is the proper and sufficient antagonist to error, and has nothing to fear from the conflict unless by human interposition disarmed of her natural weapons, free argument and debate; errors ceasing to be dangerous when it is permitted freely to contradict them.

 

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You’re looking at Freedom of Speech, right there.

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Thank you, Thomas Jefferson.

And so….a hard-fought battle was won and we got….Article 3.

Article the third… Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances.

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Now I’ll show you just how much the slavemasters hated this, and Jefferson for making sure it happened (together with help from a whole lot of like-minded people).

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3.3 The Bill of Rights, Article 3 Freedom of Religion

and especially Freedom from Religions

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Let’s take the first part of Article 3 – known today as the separation of Church and State and right to freedom of religion.

Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof…

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Watch Pope Gregory have a meltdown about this still almost 40 years later.

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[…] Nor can We hope for happier results either for religion or for the civil government from the wishes of those who desire that the Church be separated from the State, and the concord between the secular and ecclesiastical authority be dissolved. It is clear that these men, who yearn for a shameless liberty, live in dread of an agreement which has always been fraught with good, and advantageous alike to sacred and civil interests.

–  Pope Gregory XVI “On Liberalism and Religious Indifferentism” Mirari Vos, dated August 15, 1832

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Shameless liberty?

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This guy is so over-the-top I gotta break it down to smaller pieces to better illustrate just how nuts these people are.

Our Roman See is harassed violently and the bonds of unity are daily loosened and severed. The divine authority of the Church is opposed and her rights shorn off. She is subjected to human reason and with the greatest injustice exposed to the hatred of the people and reduced to vile servitude.

…amidst this great conspiracy of impious men who attempt to tear it down and destroy it.

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Subjected to human reason?

Oh, the horror!

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Exposed to the hatred of the people?

Sayeth the slavemaster:

“Damn you all to hell! We want to continue to delude ourselves that people love us.”

That’s much better.

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Reduced to vile servitude?

Oh, so see they know it’s VILE to be in servitude.

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That’s the same state these people are forever trying to put humanity in.

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…We consider another abundant source of the evils with which the Church is afflicted at present: indifferentism. This perverse opinion is spread on all sides by the fraud of the wicked who claim that it is possible to obtain the eternal salvation of the soul by the profession of any kind of religion, as long as morality is maintained.

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Note the bitching about “any” religion.

That’s not too obvious, is it now.

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Over a hundred years later…

These Popes are still going on about this horrible Church and State idea.

A hundred years, people.

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Gregory XVI in his encyclical letter Mirari Vos, dated August 15, 1832, inveighed with weighty words against the sophisms which even at his time were being publicly inculcated-namely, that no preference should be shown for any particular form of worship; that it is right for individuals to form their own personal judgments about religion; that each man’s conscience is his sole and all-sufficing guide; and that it is lawful for every man to publish his own views, whatever they may be, and even to conspire against the State.

IMMORTALE DEI, Pope Leo XIII, November 1, 1885

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This Pope (Leo XIII) even promotes Gregory XVI’s encyclicals as being a “light” in a sea of error.

[referring to Gregory XVI] To the like effect, also, as occasion presented itself, did Pius IX [next Pope after Greg] brand publicly many false opinions which were gaining ground, and afterwards ordered them to be condensed in summary form in order that in this sea of error Catholics might have a light which they might safely follow.

IMMORTALE DEI, Pope Leo XIII, November 1, 1885

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If in any State the Church retains her own agreement publicly entered into by the two powers, men forthwith begin to cry out that matters affecting the Church must be separated from those of the State.

IMMORTALE DEI, Pope Leo XIII, November 1, 1885

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The Church, indeed, deems it unlawful to place the various forms of divine worship on the same footing as the true religion, but does not, on that account, condemn those rulers who, for the sake of securing some great good or of hindering some great evil, allow patiently custom or usage to be a kind of sanction for each kind of religion having its place in the State.

IMMORTALE DEI, Pope Leo XIII, November 1, 1885, point 35

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How utterly sanctimonius. You can practically see the patronizing head-patting here.

“Yes, little children, you may have all your little false religions as long as we are recognized as the true religion.”

Does that about sum it up?

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it is not lawful for the State, any more than for the individual, either to disregard all religious duties or to hold in equal favour different kinds of religion

This, then, is the teaching of the Catholic Church concerning the constitution and government of the State.

IMMORTALE DEI, Pope Leo XIII, November 1, 1885, points 35 and 36

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Before I get into the next part of Article 3 that they hated, I want you to notice something in what Pope Leo XIII said that I’m going to underline.

Gregory XVI in his encyclical letter Mirari Vos, dated August 15, 1832, inveighed with weighty words against the sophisms which even at his time were being publicly inculcated-namely, that no preference should be shown for any particular form of worship; that it is right for individuals to form their own personal judgments about religion; that each man’s conscience is his sole and all-sufficing guide; and that it is lawful for every man to publish his own views, whatever they may be, and even to conspire against the State.

IMMORTALE DEI, Pope Leo XIII, November 1, 1885

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First of all, it shows just how powerful Jefferson and the American Revolution actually were – particularly making sure that we had a Bill of Rights protecting the people as part of the Constitution.

Second, notice the odd wording of “which even at his time”. His time being a reference to Gregory XVI and the years that he was Pope (1832 to 1846).

The reason Pope Leo is wording it that way is actually very, very revealing. You see, in his encyclical of 1885, he’s actually trying to tie these things he’s bitching about to communism which didn’t happen until 1846.

He’s also trying to act like the time of Pope Gregory was the furthest back that these terrible ideas were happening.

Why would he not mention America, or Jefferson, or the Bill of Rights especially, since that is exactly what he and all the other Popes are bitching about?

In fact, if you notice, NONE of them make any reference whatsoever to any specifics other than communism.

Interesting.

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Instead, we get veiled references like “many men” or “upheavals” – plural, without noting that it was the American Revolution that inspired the rest of the world.

Why?

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Because it’s their policy to strike the name and never mention those who are the biggest threat to them, and have caused them the most damage.

Did you know…that the CIA-spawned Church of Scientology does the same thing towards certain of their enemies too? Mark Rathbun told the world about that in 2010.

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[…] It is from a DM* order that they are not to mention the people who create the most havoc in their universes for fear of “flowing power” to those terminals.

*DM = David Miscavige, current head of the Church of Scientology.

– Mark Rathbun blog post OSA’s War Against Independence

Odd coincidence – that. Yet another in a chain of coincidences that scientology has with the worst of the worst – religion-wise, the Catholic church.

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3.4 The Bill of Rights, Article 3:

Freedom of Opinion (thought)

and

Freedom of the Press (right to express one’s opinion)

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Article the third… Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances.

– U.S. Constitution, First Amendment aka the Bill of Rights, Article 3.

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Particularly this part –

abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press

I’ll bet that many of you have no idea just how much the slavemasters hated that particular part either.

Freedom of speech and press has embodied within it the exact concepts that Jefferson expressed in his Bill for Religious Freedom of 1777.

Let’s look at that again briefly –

that the opinions of men are not the object of civil government, nor under its jurisdiction…

that to suffer the civil magistrate to intrude his powers into the field of opinion and to restrain the profession or propagation of principles on supposition of their ill tendency is a dangerous fallacy…

[…] and finally, that truth is great and will prevail if left to herself; that she is the proper and sufficient antagonist to error, and has nothing to fear from the conflict unless by human interposition disarmed of her natural weapons, free argument and debate; errors ceasing to be dangerous when it is permitted freely to contradict them.

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Ok, so what we have here encapsulated in Article 3 (made in the spirit of Jefferson’s state Bill) are literally ultimate weapons against Christian (or other) insanities and opinions.

Free speech, Free Press = Freedom of thought and freedom to express that thought if one chooses.

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Watch what the Popes have to say about this idea.

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On the contrary, it is the fountain-head and origin of many evils.

IMMORTALE DEI, Pope Leo XIII, November 1, 1885, points 35 and 36

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it is not lawful for the State, any more than for the individual…that the unrestrained freedom of thinking and of openly making known one’s thoughts is not inherent in the rights of citizens, and is by no means to be reckoned worthy of favour and support.

[…] the liberty of thinking, and of publishing, whatsoever each one likes, without any hindrance, is not in itself an advantage over which society can wisely rejoice.

This, then, is the teaching of the Catholic Church concerning the constitution and government of the State

IMMORTALE DEI, Pope Leo XIII, November 1, 1885

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Our Roman See is harassed violently and the bonds of unity are daily loosened and severed. The divine authority of the Church is opposed and her rights shorn off. She is subjected to human reason and with the greatest injustice exposed to the hatred of the people and reduced to vile servitude.

…Furthermore, academies and schools resound with new, monstrous opinions, which openly attack the Catholic faith; this horrible and nefarious war is openly and even publicly waged. Thus, by institutions and by the example of teachers, the minds of the youth are corrupted and a tremendous blow is dealt to religion and the perversion of morals is spread. So the restraints of religion are thrown off, by which alone kingdoms stand.

…We consider another abundant source of the evils with which the Church is afflicted at present: indifferentism. …This shameful font of indifferentism gives rise to that absurd and erroneous proposition which claims that liberty of conscience must be maintained for everyone.

…a pestilence more deadly to the state than any other. […] cities …perished as a result of this single evil, namely immoderate freedom of opinion, license of free speech

Here We must include that harmful and never sufficiently denounced freedom to publish any writings whatever and disseminate them to the people, which some dare to demand and promote with so great a clamor.

The Church has always taken action to destroy the plague of bad books. This was true even in apostolic times for we read that the apostles themselves burned a large number of books.

…But for the other painful causes We are concerned about, you should recall that certain societies and assemblages seem to draw up a battle line together with the followers of every false religion and cult.

–  Pope Gregory XVI “On Liberalism and Religious Indifferentism” Mirari Vos, dated August 15, 1832

Wow.

Lots of spewing here, but pay attention to that this idiot just revealed that the Catholic Church is the source of book-burnings as a “solution”!

Book burning.

He also just indirectly accused America (and Jefferson) as being CULT followers!

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Ah. Well now, now we know what the real meaning of inveighing that “cult” insult is actually about. Not to mention the intentional creating of cults and false religions just so that you can then point to them and say…

Cult!!

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All to try and denigrate any more people like Thomas Jefferson showing up and ripping their world apart in one fell swoop.

And to portray the American Revolution as communism, and led by cults and false religions.

How convenient.

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In 1891, we are told by this same Leo XIII Pope that the world (since they think it’s theirs) should:

have nothing to do with men of evil principles, who work upon the people with artful promises of great results, and excite foolish hopes which usually end in useless regrets and grievous loss.

– Pope Leo XIII, Rerum Novarum (of revolutionary change) May 15, 1891

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Coming all the way on up to the Pope of 1937 – we see the same bitching being levied about what really was the American Revolution and especially Article 3 of our Bill of Rights – here’s just one excerpt (there’s lots of this crap in this one)

Communism …is in opposition both to reason and to Divine Revelation. It subverts the social order, because it means the destruction of its foundations; because it ignores the true origin and purpose of the State

– Pope Pius XI DIVINI REDEMPTORIS (On Atheistic Communism) 19 March 1937

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But we also see the addition of that now men like Thomas Jefferson are being PR positioned as part of occult (satanic/demonic aka evil) forces.

Side note – Of course, I find myself rather amused at the admittance that this is a spiritually powerful enemy they are up against, for a number of reasons.

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…Everywhere today there is an anxious appeal to moral and spiritual forces; and rightly so, for the evil we must combat is at its origin primarily an evil of the spiritual order. From this polluted source the monstrous emanations of the communistic system flow with satanic logic.

…favored by various occult forces which for a long time have been working for the overthrow of the Christian Social Order.

– Pope Pius XI DIVINI REDEMPTORIS (On Atheistic Communism) 19 March 1937

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Wait…

You mean that same slavemaster “social order” that is anti-free thought, anti-free expression, and anti-equality?

The “social order” that thinks book-burning, enforced religious supremacy, endless suffering and servitude are good and right things?

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Just who the hell is really the evil and occult forces around here anyways…

I rest my case.

By Virginia McClaughry

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