Its one big conspiracy Roscoe. I am fully convinced that the leaders of the catholic church play a big role in the NWO, besides of the jewish bankers and royal families of europe. Remember that the katholic church was founded by a pagan roman emporer. I know however that there are many very good and honest priests. I met many of them personally. The best solution would be to get rid of the rotten appels like the pope and keep the honest priest who do a great service to many communities around the world.
HITLER--ACC TO RAUSCHNING "ABOVE ALL I HAVE LEARNED FROM THE JESUITS AND SO DID LENEIN TOO AS FAR AS I RECALL"
IT IS TRUE THAT PAGAN ANTIICHRIST RULERS LEARN FROM THE JESUITS BUT ONLY AS REGARDS ORGANISATIONAL METHOD--HARDLY AS TO PURPOSE. NO ONE CAN DENY THAT THE JESUITS HISTORICALLY ARE UNSURPASSED IN THE FIELD OF EDUCATION. IT IS MOST UNFORTUNATE THAT IT IS INDEED POSSIBLE TO REFUSE GOD'S GRACE.
WHERE DID YOU EVER GET THE IDEA THAT THE 'KATHOLIC' CHURCH WAS FOUNDED BY A PAGAN ROMAN EMP? CATHOLIC CHURCH WAS FOUNDED ON PENTACOST WHEN THE HOLY GHOST DECENDED UPON THE APOSTLES ASSEMBLED IN CONGRESS.
The Roman Empire Rule - P1 - gG Video
Researched Based opinion on the New World Order. Birth of Holy Roman Empire & its Descruction in the last dayat the hands of the Kingdom ... all of God. Revelations Woman/Whore = Religious System merges w/ the Beast = Political System.
The Roman Empire Rule - P2 - gG Video
An exploration into the Inquisition/Holocaust. Reagan, Pope, Knights Templar/Hospitallers/Malta. Red Cross.
Lukewarm - gG Video LDS LUKEWARM, How LDS Members use this DVD to explain to Non-members why the current LDS Church is in bed with the NWO.
Thank God for "Freedom Of Speech"... An “Informed Citizen” makes a good “Patriot.”
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Chairman and Chief Executive Officer since July 31, 1999.
Daniel P. Burnham is chairman and chief executive officer of Raytheon Company, Lexington, Mass. He joined Raytheon on July 1, 1998 and was appointed president and chief operating officer. Burnham joined Raytheon from AlliedSignal, Inc. where he most recently served as vice chairman and a member of the board of directors.
Burnham joined AlliedSignal in 1982 as vice president and controller. He then served two years as vice president and general manager of the Engineered Plastics Division in AlliedSignal’s Engineered Materials sector. In 1986, he was named president of the sector’s Plastics and Performance Materials Group. Two years later he was named president of its Fibers Group. In 1990, Burnham joined the company’s Aerospace sector and served as president of its AiResearch Group. From 1992 to 1997 he served as president of AlliedSignal Aerospace, AlliedSignal’s largest business and the world’s largest supplier of equipment and subsystems to the aerospace industry.
Prior to joining AlliedSignal, Burnham held positions of increasing responsibility with The Carborundum Company from 1971 to 1982. Burnham was born in Pontiac,Mich., in November 1946. He received a bachelor’s degree in economics from Xavier University in 1968 and a master’s of business administration from the University of New Hampshire in 1970. In 1999, Burnham was presented with an honorary Doctor of Laws degree from Pepperdine University. Burnham is chairman of the National Minority Supplier Development Council (NMSDC), a member and past chairman of the President’s National Security Telecommunications Advisory Committee (NSTAC), a member and past chairman of the Aerospace Industries Association (AIA) executive committee, and a member of The Business Council, the FleetBoston Financial Corporation board of directors, and the board of the Congressional Medal of Honor Foundation.
He also serves on the executive committee of Aerospace Industries Association.
RECIPIENT OF THE COLONEL I. ROBERT KRIENDLER AWARD
Daniel P. Burnham is chairman and chief executive officer of Raytheon Company, Lexington, Mass.
Burnham was born in Pontiac, Mich., in November 1946. He received a bachelor’s degree in economics from Xavier University in 1968 and a master’s of business administration from the University of New Hampshire in 1970. In 1999, Burnham was presented with an honorary Doctor of Laws degree from Pepperdine University.
In addition I found this admission over at the Xavier University site:
Board of Trustees - 2001-2002
(as of May, 2002)
MR. MICHAEL J. CONATON, CHAIRMAN
Vice Chairman, The Midland Company, Cincinnati, Ohio
MRS. PHYLLIS ADAMS
Chief Executive Officer, Professional Data Resources, Cincinnati, Ohio
REV. RICHARD W. BOLLMAN, S. J.
Rector, Jesuit Community, Xavier University, Cincinnati, Ohio
MR. GORDON F. BRUNNER
Retired, Chief Technology Officer, The Procter & Gamble Company, Cincinnati, Ohio MR. DANIEL P. BURNHAM
Chairman, President & Chief Executive Officer, Raytheon Company, Lexington,
Who made christianity state religion Roscoe? Yes it were the roman emporers. The bible is not the word of god. Its the word of the illuminists, thats pretty clear. Christianity is not anything different than the religions they had in egypt and summer, its just a continuation. Anyway, christianity will be gone in hundered years. Its all going according the plan.
Timothy John Russert, Jr. (born May 7, 1950) is an American journalist who has hosted NBC's Meet the Press since 1991. He is the Washington Bureau Chief for NBC News, and hosts Tim Russert, a weekly interview program on MSNBC. He is also a frequent correspondent and guest on other NBC News programs, such as The Today Show and Hardball. He co-hosts the network's presidential Election Night coverage. He also presents the polling results of the NBC News/Wall Street Journal survey on the NBC Nightly News alongside the anchor of the show.
Born in Buffalo, New York to Irish American Catholic parents, Russert is an alum of Canisius High School in Buffalo, New York and a graduate of John Carroll University and Cleveland-Marshall College of Law at Cleveland State University. Although Russert was of age during the peak of the Vietnam War, he has no military service. He admitted, on Meet the Press, that he went to Woodstock "in a Buffalo Bills jersey with a case of beer." Russert was admitted to the bar in New York and the District of Columbia. Before joining NBC News, Russert served as counselor in New York Governor Mario Cuomo's office in Albany in 1983 to 1984 and was chief of staff to Democratic Senator Daniel Patrick Moynihan from 1977 to 1982. An avid fan of the American Football team the Buffalo Bills, Russert usually closes Sunday broadcasts during the football season with some type of pro-Bills comment. He has also ended his show by mentioning the successes of Boston College football and basketball.
François-Marie Arouet (21 November 1694 – 30 May 1778), better known by the pen name Voltaire, was a French Enlightenment writer, essayist, deist and philosopher known for his wit, philosophical sport, and defense of civil liberties, including freedom of religion and the right to a fair trial. He was an outspoken supporter of social reform despite strict censorship laws and harsh penalties for those who broke them. A satirical polemicist, he frequently made use of his works to criticize Christian Church dogma and the French institutions of his day.
Many of Voltaire's works and ideas would influence important thinkers of both the American and French Revolutions, an honor that he would share with other political theorists such as John Locke and Thomas Hobbes.
The French author François-Marie Arouet de Voltaire was born November 21, 1694, in Paris, the last of three children of François Arouet (1650–January 1, 1722), a notary who was a minor treasury official, and his wife, Marie Marguerite d'Aumart (ca. 1660–July 13, 1701), from a noble family of Poitou province. Voltaire was educated by Jesuits at the Collège Louis-le-Grand (1704-11), where he learned Latin and Greek; later in life he became fluent in Italian, Spanish, and English. From 1711 to 1713 he studied law. Before devoting himself entirely to writing, Voltaire worked as a secretary to the French ambassador in the Netherlands, where he fell in love with a French refugee named Catherine Olympe Dunoyer. Their scandalous elopement was foiled by Voltaire's father and he was forced to return to France. Most of Voltaire's early life revolved around Paris until his exile. From the beginning Voltaire had trouble with the authorities for his energetic attacks on the government and the Catholic Church. These activities were to result in numerous imprisonments and exiles. In his early twenties he spent eleven months in the Bastille for allegedly writing satirical verses about the aristocracy.
After graduating, Voltaire set out on a career in literature. His father, however, intended his son to be educated in the law. Voltaire, pretending to work in Paris as an assistant to a lawyer, spent much of his time writing satirical poetry. When his father found him out, he again sent Voltaire to study law, this time in the provinces. Nevertheless, he continued to write, producing essays and historical studies not always noted for their accuracy. Voltaire's wit made him popular among some of the aristocratic families. One of his writings, about Louis XV's regent, Philippe II, Duke of Orléans, led to his being imprisoned in the Bastille, which was previously mentioned. While there, he wrote his debut play, Œdipe, and adopted the name Voltaire which came from his hometown in southern France . Œdipe's success began Voltaire's influence and brought him into the French Enlightenment. Voltaire was a prolific writer, and produced works in almost every literary form, authoring plays, poetry, novels, essays, historical and scientific works, over 20,000 letters and over two thousand books and pamphlets.
The Lycée Louis-le-Grand (sometimes nicknamed LLG) is a public high school located in Paris, widely regarded as one of the most demanding in France. Formerly known as the Collège de Clermont, it was named in king Louis XIV of France's honor after he visited the school and offered his patronage.
It offers both a high-school curriculum (a lycée with 800 pupils), and a college-level curriculum (classes préparatoires with 900 students), preparing students for entrance to the elite Grandes Écoles. Louis-le-Grand is famous for its high success rates for École Polytechnique, École Normale Supérieure, École Centrale Paris and École nationale supérieure des mines de Paris. Students at the Lycée are called magnoludoviciens.
Louis-le-Grand, founded in 1563, is located in the heart of the Quartier Latin, the traditional student's area of Paris. Rich in history, architecture, culture, this area is home to the oldest and the most prestigious educational establishments in France, the Sorbonne and the Collège de France.
Louis-le-Grand plays a leading role in the education of French elites. Countless former pupils have become statesmen, diplomats, prelates, marshals of France, members of the Académie française, and men and women of letters. "The Jesuit College of Paris", wrote Élie de Beaumont in 1862, "has for a long time been a state nursery, the most fertile in great men". Indeed Molière, Voltaire, Victor Hugo are former students who became famous writers and, Georges Pompidou, Valéry Giscard d'Estaing, Jacques Chirac, all presidents of the French Fifth Republic, all once spent time on the benches of Louis-le-Grand. Renowned foreign students of the Lycée include King Nicholas I of Montenegro and Léopold Sédar Senghor, the first president of Senegal.
Peter Seamus O'Toole (born August 2, 1932, uncertain but presumed correct date) is an eight-time Academy Award-nominated Irish actor. He has received three Golden Globes and an Emmy Award. He was also awarded an honorary Oscar for his body of work (2003).
O'Toole was born in 1932, with some sources giving his birthplace as Connemara, County Galway, Ireland, and others as Leeds, in West Yorkshire, England, where he also grew up. O'Toole himself is not certain of his birthplace or date, noting in his autobiography that while he accepts August 2 as his birthdate, he has conflicting birth certificates in both countries, with the Irish one giving a June, 1932 birthdate. O'Toole is the son of Constance Jane (née Ferguson), a Scottish-born nurse, and Patrick Joseph O'Toole, an Irish bookmaker. When O'Toole was one year old, the O’Tooles began a five-year tour of major racetrack towns in northern England. Peter O'Toole went to a Catholic School for seven or eight years, where he was "implored" to become right-handed. “I used to be scared stiff of the nuns: their whole denial of womanhood—the black dresses and the shaving of the hair—was so horrible, so terrifying,” he later commented. “Of course, that's all been stopped. They're sipping gin and tonic in the Dublin pubs now, and a couple of them flashed their pretty ankles at me just the other day.” O'Toole later took pride in his Irish ancestry, even to the point of apparently always wearing at least one item of green clothing - usually his socks.
O'Toole was called up for National Service in Britain and served as a radioman in the Royal Navy. As reported in a radio interview in 2006 on NPR, he was asked by an officer whether he had something he'd always wanted to do. His reply was that he'd always wanted to try being either a poet or an actor. O'Toole attended the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art (RADA) (1952–1954) on a scholarship after being rejected by the Abbey Theatre's Drama School in Dublin by the then director Ernest Blythe, because he couldn't speak Irish. At RADA, he was in the same class as Albert Finney, Richard Harris, Alan Bates and Brian Bedford. O'Toole described this as "the most remarkable class the academy ever had, though we weren't reckoned for much at the time. We were all considered dotty".
Joseph Philippe Pierre Yves Elliott Trudeau PC CC CH QC FRSC (usually known as Pierre Trudeau or Pierre Elliott Trudeau) (18 October 1919 – 28 September 2000), was the fifteenth Prime Minister of Canada from 20 April 1968 to 4 June 1979, and from 3 March 1980 to 30 June 1984. Trudeau was the first Canadian Prime Minister born in the 20th century.
Trudeau was a charismatic figure who, from the late 1960s until the mid-1980s, dominated the Canadian political scene and aroused passionate reactions. "He haunts us still," biographers Christina McCall and Stephen Clarkson wrote. Admirers praise the force of Trudeau's intellect. They salute his political acumen in preserving national unity and establishing the Charter of Rights and Freedoms within Canada's constitution. Detractors fault Trudeau for poor administrative practices, arrogance, and lack of understanding of Canada outside Quebec. Nevertheless, few would dispute that Trudeau was a towering figure who helped redefine Canada.
Trudeau led Canada through some of its most tumultuous times and was often the centre of controversy. Known for his flamboyance, he dated celebrities, sometimes wore sandals in the House of Commons, was accused of using an obscenity during debate there, and once did a pirouette behind the back of Queen Elizabeth II.
Born in Montreal to Charles-Émile Trudeau, a wealthy French Canadian businessman and lawyer, and Grace Elliott, who was of French and Scottish descent. Trudeau attended the prestigious Collège Jean-de-Brébeuf (a private French Roman Catholic school) where he was affiliated with the ideas of clerical fascism and Quebec nationalism. According to long-time friend and colleague Marc Lalonde the contemporary clerically influenced dictatorships of António de Oliveira Salazar in Portugal and Francisco Franco in Spain along with that of Marshal Pétain in Vichy France were seen as models to many young intellectuals educated at elite Jesuit schools in Quebec. Lalonde asserts that Trudeau's later intellectual development as an "intellectual rebel, anti-establishment fighter on behalf of unions and promoter of religious freedom" was a product of his experiences once he left Quebec to study in the United States, France and England and travel the world, an experience which allowed him to break from Jesuit influence and study French philosophers such as Jacques Maritain and Emmanuel Mounier as well as John Locke and David Hume.
Trudeau earned a law degree at the Université de Montréal in 1943, followed by a master's in political economy at Harvard.
Young Trudeau: 1919-1944: Son of Quebec, Father of Canada (short title: Young Trudeau) is the intellectual biography of the former Prime Minister of Canada, Pierre Trudeau that deals with his parents, childhood, and education in the province of Quebec from his birth in 1919 until November of 1944 when he left to study at Harvard University.
Published in 2006 by Douglas Gibson Books (ISBN 0-7710-6749-6), the book was written by retired professors Max and Monique Nemni, friends and admirers of Pierre Trudeau whom he had convinced to take over as editors of Cité Libre. Max and Monique Nemni spent most of their working lives in the province of Quebec. The authors have both had numerous writings published in academic publications in both the English and French languages.
Young Trudeau is based on the large collection of private papers and personal diaries of Pierre Trudeau which he gave the authors in 1995 to write his intellectual biography and which had never before been made public. The book's back cover states that what Trudeau was taught at College Jean-de-Brebeuf and the University of Montreal, was that:
"democracy was bad and that fascism -- as represented by Mussolini and Pétain -- was good. Thus, even as a young man of twenty-three, Trudeau was ignoring the war in Europe and plotting a revolution to take Quebec out of Canada. The picture that emerges is of a Quebec elite that was raised to be pro-fascist, and where Nazi atrocities were dismissed as English (Canadian) propaganda."
The Quebec government abolished the Ministry of Education in 1875 to submit to the ultramontane Roman Catholic clergy which considered education the domain of the family and the Church, not the state. (p.31) The result was that only private secondary schools gave access to French colleges and universities and the Catholic Church controlled the French universities, and ran the orphanages, hospitals, and shelters for the aged. (p.31)
The book recounts the influences of Trudeau's Roman Catholic upbringing and education at the Jesuit owned and run College Jean-de-Brebeuf in Montreal where students were taught that French-Canadians enjoyed a moral superiority. (p.16 – Quote from: ). The writings of the revered priest Lionel Groulx also espoused this idea of ethnic superiority. His pedagogical novel, L'Appel de la race (The Call of Race) taught that "the children of ethnically mixed marriages suffer from a form of schizophrenia because they are inhabited by two different souls." A character in Father Groulx's book exclaims: "So it is really true that the mixing of races produces cerebral disorders." (p.15)
The book shows through Trudeau's own written words that what he was taught was unquestioned obedience to the doctrines of the Roman Catholic church. Through priests in local churches and those in charge of the French language education system, the Church played an unparalleled role in creating Quebec's French elite. (p.33) In 2000, René Latourelle, a priest who taught at College Jean-de Brebeuf, published Quel avenir pour le Christianisme? in which he said (p.16/17) that "The church acted as a true dictatorship over consciences." 
At College Jean-de Brebeuf, "Nationalism and religion together constituted the combined fundamental values that infused all the life of the college." (p.46) Antisemitism was a part of college teachings and the august priest Lionel Groulx espoused his l'achat chez nous policy that warned French Canadians not to shop at Jewish-owned stores. (p.58). Pierre Trudeau himself fully subscribed to these theories and wrote a vehemently anti-Semitic play titled Dupés (meaning "We've been had!"). His diary records that the seven-character play was "performed on May 16, 1938 at College Jean-de-Brebeuf before students and parents with great success." (p.58)
Brébeuf was canonized in 1930 with seven other missionaries, known as the Canadian Martyrs. He is a patron saint of Canada, and his feast day is October 19th. Many Jesuit schools are named after him, such as College Jean-de-Brebeuf, Brebeuf College School and Brebeuf High School.
I will attempt to show here that a significant Christian influence impregnates the Charter. And its source is to be found in Trudeau's Catholic education at a Jesuit College, Jean-de-Brebeuf, in Montreal. A student at this prestigious school from 1932 to 1940, Trudeau was profoundly affected by the education he received there. As revealed by his notes and letters, he enjoyed all his courses, but especially those in religion.
Question for you Dutch Phil. Does attending a jesuit school make you one of their puppets? I think we need more evidence of the control of these people by the jesuits. Its very well possible that the jesuits pick certain people at their schools who are suitable for certain jobs. However, I would like to see some more concrete evidence of this. Do any of these people get special fellowships? Are they member of other secret societies?