Since the establishment of the Jesuit order, Jesuits have always been involved in politics, with special interest in the politics of America. It was the studied aim of the Jesuits “to secure wealth and power, to be devoted to the overthrow of Protestantism, and the re-establishment of the papal supremacy.”1 Because America was established upon the fundamental principles Protestantism and Republicanism, having a clear separation between church and state, Jesuits, like a predator seeking its prey, have had their eyes set upon America and has infiltrated every level of government in order to achieve its purpose of extending the influence of the Roman Catholic Church, increasing its power, reestablishing persecution, undoing all that Protestantism has done and finally seeing Catholicism regain control of the world. “Under various disguises the Jesuits worked their way into offices of state, climbing up to be the counselors of kings, and shaping the policy of nations.”2
With this understanding, it should come as no surprise that, like previous election cycles, Jesuits have particular interest in this year’s presidential election, and of the two major-party candidates, they have their pick, Hillary Clinton! Although the respective running mates of both candidates are Roman Catholics and have close connections to Jesuitism (Mike Pence being a Jesuit and Tim Kaine having been trained by Jesuits), Jesuits overwhelmingly back Hillary Clinton because the platform she is running on and the policies and principles she supports can best accomplish the purposes of Jesuits and Roman Catholics at large. One article headline reads, “Jesuits have their man in Hillary VP pic” in which it is stated “Kaine was raised Catholic in Missouri. His parents were so devout, Kaine told C-SPAN, that ‘if we got back from a vacation on a Sunday night at 7:30 p.m., they would know the one church in Kansas City that had an 8 p.m. Mass that we can make.’ He attended an all-boys Jesuit high school in Kansas City and worked for a year with Jesuit missionaries in Honduras, where he taught welding—his father’s trade—and carpentry. When Pope Francis visited Washington, D.C., in September 2015, Kaine attended the pontiff’s historic address to Congress… Not all Catholics thought the pontiff should write an encyclical on a secular issue such as global warming, but Kaine agrees with Francis’ framing of the issue as one of faith.”3
A Washington Post article reports “In the scheme of Catholicism, Kaine might be described as a ‘Pope Francis Catholic,’ said William D’Antonio, a Catholic University sociologist who writes books on U.S. Catholic voting.‘Serving the poor has been a key aspect of [Kaine’s] work — and social justice, however you define it. He’s always looked upon that as a crucial part’ of his life, D’Antonio said of why he puts Kaine in the Francis mold… Kaine’s attention to his faith has become well-known over his years in office, first as Virginia’s governor and then as a senator… Kaine’s Catholicism has been strongly influenced by the Jesuits – the order Pope Francis is part of that has long been associated with education and social justice. In the United States, Jesuit schools and parishes are often seen as the most progressive and open-minded. Kaine was educated at an all-boys Jesuit high school in Kansas City, and the program where he worked in Honduras was founded by Jesuits.”4
Enough about Hillary Clinton’s running mate, Mrs. Clinton herself has been using similar rhetoric as has Pope Francis, advocating the principle of the “common good” while touting the phrase “building bridges not walls,” a term both coined and popularized by Pope Francis. After the first debate, between the presidential candidates, the editors and frequent contributors of the Jesuit website, America Magazine, gave their observations and concluded that the candidate that best represents the Jesuits is Hillary Clinton. “Hillary Clinton made some attempts at arguing for the common good…Regardless of whether you think her policies are better or worse than those of Mr. Trump, Hillary Clinton looked more like a president last night. It felt that way too.”5
Although the top-pick of the Jesuits would be Hillary Clinton, they would settle for Donald Trump if the vote swung that way (albeit the Jesuits do exercise influence and a degree of control over the voting process as well), knowing that he too can be bought and sold to carry out the Jesuit agenda. As a matter of fact, any candidate that gets in office owes its presidency largely to the “special interest group” of the Jesuits, and when elected would be surrounded by either open or undercover Jesuits in his/her cabinet and receive counsel that would benefit the Catholic Church, much to the detriment of liberty of conscience. And if a particular candidate does not follow through with the advice (mandates), such a one would share the fate of Abraham Lincoln and John F. Kennedy.
Looking at it from another perspective however, it would not be far-fetched to infer that Donald Trump is a false flag or puppet candidate simply being used to secure the election of Hillary Clinton as President, who has a strong affinity with Roman Catholicism and Jesuitism in particular, who would be all too willing to carry out their agenda even at the expense of citizens’ liberty of conscience. A false flag or puppet candidate depicts a person who portrays him or herself as representing a particular viewpoint or set of values, while in actuality that person is operating under an entirely different organization or agenda. However, from whatever perspective the election is looked at from, the Jesuits will have their way and as the adage goes, “all roads lead to Rome,” and it can rightly be added, through the path of the Jesuits.
1. White, Ellen, The Great Controversy (1911), page 234
2. White, Ellen, The Great Controversy (1911), page 235