In the words of Georgetown University’s Jacques Berlinerblau, the Bible as a political document “is to clear and coherent political deliberation as sleet, fog, hail and flash floods are to highway safety.” “American Protestants,” agrees historian Gaetano Salvemini, “have their heart in the right place and their head nowhere: they do not even realize the importance of the fact that half of their diplomatic staff (Catholic or not) has passed through schools run by Jesuits.” As late as 1950, Georgetown’s School of Foreign Service — President Bill Clinton’s alma mater — was the only American university offering a course for diplomats.
This fits in with what ardent protestant Vatican researchers Eric Jon Phelps and Drake Shelton have said for years, i.e., that there will be a Jesuit controlled great new right uprising. It would be a seemingly justified backlash against the leftist/Marxist agitation of the last few decades, recently spearheaded especially by Black Lives Matter and Antifa. The Jesuits have of course also backed the left side, practising classic Hegelian dialectic in furthering their agenda of the destruction of America. America was originally a devoutly protestant Christian nation, free from the rule of the Papacy, hence why the Jesuits have always sought after the destruction of it.
For the Jesuits, promoting “social justice”, like what Obama’s mentors Chicago mentors Galluzzo and Kellman have been involved with, is just a means to an end; it’s a way to weaken and demoralize the already subverted nation even further, to divide and conquer, to create order out of chaos.
Well, what has the “social justice” movement in America done anyway, other than polarized the nation, pitted women and against men, whites against blacks etc.? And disenfranchised and demoralized the strongest element and maintaining force of the nation, aka white men, traditionally especially white protestant men? Because the whole notion of social injustice implies there’s an oppressor, and in the American “social justice” narrative it’s been the white man, while women and racial minorities, especially black people, have been seen as the oppressed class.
Jesuit priest Richard McSorley (1914-2002), who marched with Martin Luther King Jr. among other things, was a prominent early social justice advocate, and he founded and headed the Georgetown University Center for Peace Studies. He was also a supporter and friend of Georgetown graduate Bill Clinton. McSorley was influenced by another Jesuit priest, John Large Jr., who also marched with King before his death in 1963. LaFarge started pushing the “anti-racist” narrative already in the 1930s, around the same time as European communists popularized the word “racism” as a tool demonize nationalism, and founded the Catholic Interracial Council of New York, which later became a part of the National Catholic Conference on Interracial Justice.
Gaffney is also a member of the Council for National Policy (CNP), the secretive right wing counterpart of the globalist think tank Council on Foreign Relations (CFR). So are Donald Trump’s former key advisers Steve Bannon, who graduated from the Georgetown School of Foreign Service like Gaffney, and Kellyanne Conway. When we add to that that Trump held a speech at the August 2020 CNP meeting and that the new party founded by Gaffney is named the “Great America Party”, it all comes together nicely, doesn’t it?