Jesuit trained Frank Gaffney founding a new right party

Frank Gaffney was Jesuit trained at Edmund A. Walsh School of Foreign Service of Georgetown University, the mighty and oldest Catholic university in America, located in Washington, D.C.

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?

Knight of Malta Leonard Leo behind the nomination of Amy Coney Barrett to the Supreme Court

The man behind the nomination of Amy Coney Barrett to the Supreme Court of the United States (SCOTUS) is Leonard Leo.

“In nominating Amy Barrett to the Supreme Court, President Donald Trump has again fulfilled his promise to appoint Justices who are not only exceptionally qualified, but willing to bravely stand up for the Constitution as it’s written and not bend to political pressures or personal preferences,” said the conservative Federalist Society’s Leonard Leo, who has advised Trump on judicial appointments.

Leo is a devout Roman Catholic, like Barrett herself, a Knight of Malta, and an active member of various Catholic organizations;

Leonard Leo is a champion of global religious liberty, having served as chairman of the U.S. Commission on International Religious Freedom (USCIRF) as well as delegate to the UN Council and UN Commission on Human Rights. In the U.S., he promotes civil liberties as executive vice president of the Federalist Society for Law and Public Policy Studies. Leo is also an active leader in Catholic organizations, serving on the boards of the Catholic Information Center, Catholic University of America, and the Ethics and Public Policy Center. He is a founding board member of the National Catholic Prayer Breakfast and a member of the Sovereign Military Order of Malta.

Leo was also behind the selection of Trump’s earlier nominations Neil Gorsuch and Brett Kavanaugh, who are both Jesuit trained, and before that, the nominations of John Roberts, a devout Roman Catholic and Georgetown University faculty member, and Samuel Alito, a Knight of Columbus;

If all goes according to plan, Leonard Leo will be able to take credit for something no president has accomplished for decades: installing four Supreme Court justices. Both of President Donald Trump’s nominees come directly from a list Leo compiled. They join John Roberts and Samuel Alito, also shepherded by Leo, and dozens of lower court federal judges across the country.

As executive vice president of the Federalist Society, Leo has been the quiet architect of a pivotal shift to the right throughout the federal judiciary.”

Barrett, People of Praise, ecumenism, and the Jesuits

Barrett is a member of People of Praise, which is a charismatic ecumenical Christian movement. Take note that “ecumenism” is really just a codeword for Catholicizing protestant churches, i.e., bring them back under the auspices of the Papacy.

The ecumenical movement was created by the Jesuits as a part of the still continuing counter-reformation, as was the charismatic movement. Both of these movements are tools for the Jesuits to infiltrate and subvert protestant churches, and you can see how well they have worked, protestant Christianity having for the most part become lukewarm and/or “bosom pals” of the Pope.

Pentecostal bishop Tony Palmer (1966-2014) preaches that the “protest is over” and that “we’re all Catholics again”, and then shows a greeting and message of “unity” from his friend Jesuit Pope Francis:

And, with all that said;

As has been widely reported, the People of Praise uses the Spiritual Exercises of St. Ignatius of Loyola as a basis for counsel and discernment. 

Burning with Love for God: A Guide to the Spiritual Exercises of St. Ignatius, written by People of Praise members Paul DeCelles and Mary Frances Sparrow and published in 2016, was recently reviewed in the Journal of Jesuit Studies by Francis X. McAloon, S.J.

The Jesuit Catholic dominated SCOTUS

If Amy Coney Barrett gets appointed to the SCOTUS, it will have six Catholic justices: Chief Justice John Roberts, a Jesuit Georgetown University faculty member; Clarence Thomas, a Jesuit College of the Holy Cross graduate; Samuel Alito, a Knight of Columbus; Sonia Sotomayor, a former associate of Jesuit priest Joseph A. O’Hare; Brett Kavanaugh, a Jesuit Georgetown Preparatory School graduate; and Barrett.

Neil Gorsuch is nominally a protestant, but he graduated from the Georgetown Prep like Kavanaugh, and they incidentally even attended the school at the same time.

The remaining two Justices are Jewish: Elena Kagan and Stephen Breyer. Worth noting is also that the husband of Jewish Ruth Bader Ginsburg, who Barrett would replace, Martin D. Ginsburg, was a professor at Georgetown University Law Center. Yet another obvious Jesuit connection. You think all this is just a coincidence?

Thomas Richards on the Red Mass and the Vatican control of the Supreme Court:

Jesuit trained John F. Kelly succeeded by yet another Jesuit as the White House Chief of Staff

When Jesuit trained John F. Kelly (MA from Georgetown University, the Washington, D.C. based Jesuit power base in America) replaced Greek American Reince Priebus as the White House Chief of Staff in July 2017, he put Ivanka Trump’s Jewish husband Jared Kushner in his place.

Not long after he became a senior presidential adviser to Donald Trump,Jared Kushner, then 36, described himself to a prominent Republican as “primus inter pares”—the first among equals. Kushner’s vast policy portfolio—so broad it became a punch line—reflected his view that, as family, he and his wife, Ivanka Trump, would not be constrained by traditional lines of authority. Kushner’s vision of his role was largely true during the chaotic tenure of Chief of Staff Reince Priebus. But in the John Kelly era, Jared and Ivanka have both seen their bailiwicks dramatically shrink—and they have not been happy about it.

John F. Kelly previously served as the Secretary of Homeland Security, the infamous agency which was created by the Jesuits as I’ve shown. Also take note that the Patriot Act, which the DHS has utilized, was authored by a Georgetown University professor of law, Viet D. Dinh. Jesuit fingerprints are all over the post-9/11 surveillance state.

Kelly left the White House in January 2019 and was succeeded by Mick Mulvaney. Mulvaney is also… you guessed it, Jesuit trained (BS from Georgetown University). By the way, Mulvaney had called Donald Trump a “horrible human being” in 2016, and now he’s serving as an advisor to Trump. To me, this kind of exemplifies how much politics is just theater, or should I say “Jesuit theater”; a lot of buzz and “scandals” around Trump, the figurehead, and meanwhile behind the scenes the Jesuits install their own men on key positions to quietly further their agenda.

So, Kelly and Mulvaney are both Jesuit trained, and so were these White House Chiefs of Staff under Barack Obama: William M. Daley (2011-2012), Jack Lew (2012-2013), and Denis McDonough (2013-2017). Just a coincidence, right?

Remember Donald Trump is himself Jesuit trained, he attended Fordham University in New York, and he’s sent his children Ivanka, Eric and Tiffany to study at Georgetown University. Eric Trump graduated from Georgetown University and he’s been a member of the Georgetown business school advisory board.

Both Supreme Court Justices nominated by Trump are Jesuit trained

Donald Trump has so far nominated two new Supreme Court Justices during his presidency, and both of them are Jesuit trained. The first nominee was Neil Gorsuch, who was raised as a Roman Catholic, but is now, at least nominally, Episcopalian:

Justice Neil Gorsuch is the first member of a mainline Protestant denomination to sit on the Supreme Court since the retirement of John Paul Stevens in 2010. He also has strong ties to the Roman Catholic Church. Neil and his two siblings, brother J.J. and sister Stephanie, were raised as Roman Catholics and attended weekly Mass. Neil Gorsuch later attended Georgetown Preparatory School, a Roman Catholic Jesuit school in North Bethesda, Maryland, from which he graduated in 1985. Gorsuch’s wife, Louise, is British-born; the two met while Neil was studying at Oxford. Louise was raised in the Church of EnglandThe two married at St. Nicholas’ Anglican Church in Henley-on-Thames.

When the couple returned to the United States they started attending Holy Comforter, an Episcopal parish in Vienna, Virginia, where he also volunteered as an usher. Church records indicate that the Gorsuches were members of Holy Comforter. He later attended attended St. John’s Episcopal Church in Boulder, Colorado, considered a liberal church because it kept an open-door policy for the LGBT community prior to legislation establishing gender preference equality laws. The Episcopal Church and the Church of England are both members of the Anglican Communion, which considers itself to be both Catholic and Protestant but rejects papal authority. After marrying in a non-Roman Catholic ceremony and joining an Episcopal church, Gorsuch has not publicly stated if he considers himself a Roman Catholic who is also a Protestant or simply a Protestant.

So, now “only” five, as opposed to six, of the nine Supreme Court Justices are Roman Catholic. That is, if you can really count Gorsuch as a protestant. Anyway, he graduated from the Jesuit Georgetown Preparatory School, and so did Trump’s second nominee, Brett Kavanaugh, who is a Roman Catholic like his predecessor Anthony Kennedy.

What’s more, they attended that same Jesuit school at the same time. Quite a coincidence, isn’t it? And, as it happens, the current Chairman of the Federal Reserve, Jerome Powell, also graduated from Georgetown Preparatory School, and later earned his J.D. from Georgetown University, the oldest Catholic University in America, and the Jesuit power base in the USA.

The four other Catholic Justices in the Supreme Court are:

Chief Justice John Roberts – Roberts has served as an adjunct faculty member at Georgetown University Law Center.

Clarence Thomas – Thomas graduated from the College of the Holy Cross, a Jesuit university in Worcester, Massachusetts. Earlier in life Thomas attended Catholic schools, and briefly also a Catholic seminary in Missouri.

Samuel Alito – Alito is a Knight of Columbus.

Sonia Sotomayor – Sotomayor has been an associate of Jesuit priest Joseph A. O’Hare, who was a long time president of Fordham University, and also a member of the New York based elite think tank Council on Foreign Relations (CFR).

The Rev. Joseph O’Hare, a Jesuit priest and the retired president of Fordham University who served with Sotomayor on a New York City campaign finance review council, told Catholic News Service that he knew the high court nominee in the late 1980s. She was indeed a practicing Catholic, he said, adding that he has no reason to think that has changed.

The remaining three Justices are Jewish: Elena Kagan, Stephen Breyer, and Ruth Bader Ginsburg, whose husband Martin D. Ginsburg was a professor at Georgetown University Law Center. So, yet another Jesuit connection.

Antonin Scalia, who was replaced by Gorsuch, was a devout Roman Catholic. He graduated from a Jesuit high school and later from Georgetown University with B.A. Scalia was allegedly a member of Opus Dei, the secretive Catholic organization. And according to Matthew Fox, a former member of the Dominican Order, Samuel Alito and Clarence Thomas are both Opus Dei members, and possibly even Chief Justice John Roberts:

Yes, it’s widely known that Supreme Court Justices Antonin Scalia, Samuel Alito, and Clarence Thomas belong to Opus Dei—and that Justice Thomas Roberts may also be a member. Another Opus Dei member, former CIA director William Casey, gave millions of dollars to the Vatican and to the ultra-conservative Legionaries of Christ. Also, Daniel Ellsberg recently told me that some of the ranking commanders of our military are also Opus Dei. And what can we say about a whole new crop of right wing Catholic politicians such as Newt Gingrich and Rick Santorum?

Thomas Richards on the Red Mass and the Vatican control of the Supreme Court: