This year is the 155th anniversary of Italian unification (1861–2016).
This year is the 145th anniversary of Rome as the capital of united Italy (1871–2016).
This year is the 70th anniversary of the Italian Republic (1946–2016).
Diabolical plot to divide up Italy and restore the Papal States exposed!!
In 1860, general Giuseppe Garibaldi landed in Sicily with his famous 1,000 volunteers determined to march on Rome and liberate the city from the 1600 year Papal usurpation.
His march of liberation started in the SOUTH and that is how the dis-unification of Italy was planned by the Rockefeller-Pentagon-Mafia axis of evil!!
By 1970, Sindona was the most successful tax lawyer and the most powerful banker in Italy. Years later, as one of the wealthiest men in the world, Sindona was identified by the Italian and U.S. governments as the Mafia's banker. He was accused of washing heroin profits through his banks and of smuggling currency out of Italy through the Vatican Bank.
In 1972, Sindona purchased controlling interest of FRANKLIN NATIONAL BANK. Two years later FRANKLIN NATIONAL BANK collapsed–the 2nd largest bank failure in U.S. history to that date.
On August 2, 1979, while under indictment, Michele Sindona disappeared and was believed to have been kidnapped by left-wing terrorists. He reappeared on October 16, 1979, was later convicted of bank fraud, and sentenced to 25 years in prison by a U.S. court.
Sindona was extradited back to Italy in 1984 and sentenced to 25 years in prison for the murder of investigative lawyer Giorgio Ambrosoli.
Sindona had an encyclopedic knowledge of his fellow conspirators, and even in prison, he could still "sing" to reduce his sentence.
"Dead men tell no tales" so Sindona was "suicided" by a cyanide capsule in 1986.
Arthur T. Roth ruined Rockefeller's Presidential attempt!!
Nelson Rockefeller was "elected" Governor of New York State in 1958. In 1960, he decided to run for President as the Republican candidate against John F. Kennedy. Rockefeller already "owned" the New York vote but he needed the key state of California in order to be a viable candidate.
As governor, Nelson passed an omnibus banking bill which favored his giant banks against the small independent banks. One of those banks was owned by Arthur T. Roth.
Arthur T. Roth was a banker with a human face. He was responsible for the growth of a small country bank into the 18th largest bank in the country.
He did this by sheer hard work and determination. As he sought to expand his bank, he ran into opposition from Governor Nelson Rockefeller.
Here is a quote from Mr. Roth:
I'd had several clashes with David Rockefeller over branch banking. Starting in 1958, I came into direct personal conflict not only with David but with his brother Nelson; and this went on over several years.
It first came into the open during hearings on the new omnibus banking bill in Albany in February 1958. A good part of the legislature was present, because we'd sent telegrams to each assemblyman and senator the night before, saying that if he wanted to learn the answer to the bank controversy, to come to the legislative chamber the following day. (Ross, The People's Banker: The Story of Arthur T. Roth and the Franklin National Bank, p.163).
Arthur T. Roth compiled a huge dossier of the shady dealings of Rockefeller and presented it to reporters when Rockefeller arrived in California tocampaign for the Presidency.
Rockefeller's wrath knew no bounds....His revenge came later when he used mafioso Michele Sindona to destroy Franklin National Bank.
Michele Sindona was planning to help Sicily secede from Italy!!
The unification of Italy began in SICILY in 1860 when Garibaldi landed with his famous 1,000 red-shirted volunteers. The dis-unification of Italy began when the Pentagon controlled the Mediterranean after World War II. Once a precedent had been set and Sicily had successfully seceded, the Pentagon expected that the other regions of Italy would follow suit, with the end result of the Papal States restored to the Pope!!
Here is a quote from the book St. Peter's Banker by Luigi DiFonzo:
In 1947 the Christian Democrats had suffered a major setback. The Mafia, the Christian Democrats, and the outlaw Salvatore Giuliano together formed the framework of a separatist movement that invited the United States to annex Sicily. Support for the separatists was believed to be strong. A poll taken just before the elections of that year revealed that a majority of Sicilians did not share a political identity withItaly. The United States rejected the separatists' offer to annex Sicily, but with U.S. assistance Italy agreed to grant autonomy to the island. The Sicilian parliament would have complete control of provincial matters; however, Italy would have power over the island's foreign policy. (DiFonzo, St. Peter's Banker: Michele Sindona, p. 32).
Michael Sindona was a pawn in the plan to break up Italy under the pretext of fighting Communism.
The Rockefeller owned Pentagon "navy," under the disguise of the "U.S. Navy." had the 6th Fleet under rear admiral Max K. Morris on standby in the Mediterranean to assist the coup in Sicily. Here is a quote from the book Power on Earth:
A year before his disappearance, Sindona had come to know rear admiral Max K. Morris, who was then in New York as a Pentagon representative to the United Nations. Admiral Morris shared Sindona's belief that Sicily was an island of supreme strategic importance to the future of the world's democratic powers. On September 20 of that year, on stationery of the Royal Thames Yacht Club, the admiral wrote to tell Sindona that he had discussed his ideas with Admiral Stansfield Turner, the director of the CIA, who was with him then in England for the annual meeting of the Institute for Strategic Studies. On October 6, from his home in Jacksonville, Florida, admiral Morris wrote again, to say that "the meetings of the Institute for Strategic Studies pointed up many of the acute problems we discussed." After a long telephone conversation, the admiral informed him, in a letter dated December 13, that "both a high military figure and a similar person in the intelligence field" were giving "interested attention" to "the information you gave me." He said that while there was "no way to determine if either of these people will carry the matter further, I certainly urged them to do so." He concluded by saying that "all of us, I know, appreciate your efforts in behalf of this country and of the West. (Tosches, Power on Earth: Michele Sindona's Explosive Story, p. 203).
In June 1979, Michele Sindona met with a group of fellow Sicilians to plot the secession of Sicily from Italy:
Some time in June 1979, Michele Sindona, Johnny Gambino, and Rosario Spatola met in a room at the Conca d'Oro Motel in Staten Island. Sindona disclosed his plan to free Sicily from the mainland.
"I need your help," Sindona explained. "The Masons are behind us. Do you know Dr. Miceli Crimi? He is chief medical officer for the Palermo police department."
Gambino and Spatola said they had never heard of him."He is a very important man in the Masonry. He has generals in the Italian army drawing up maps of the military bases that must be taken over. The U.S. military has authorized me to do this. They will not participate in the coup, but there will be a fleet off the coast of Sicily. After we have taken over, they will enter the island to help restore order and protect us from Italy."
Sindona handed them a copy of the letter from rear admiral Max K. Morris.
"See? It is true," he said. "We can do this. But I need two hundred more men. More guns. If you help, I will grant all Mafiosi amnesty for crimes committed before the coup. But all drug trafficking must stop. All Mafia crimes must end. I want Sicily to be clean. If any Mafia family does not accept this, I will have soldiers drag the bosses into the streets of Palermo. The peasants will spit on them. They will see that these gangsters are nothing, that they are stupid people, animals. Then I will have the soldiers kill them in front of everybody. No one will fear the Mafia any more.
"If you help me, you will be doing something good for Sicily. In return, I will give the Gambino family control of the orange export business. You will be legitimate, you will not have to fear prison, you can be proud."
Rosario Spatola kissed Sindona's hand, a Sicilian gesture of respect. He said he would do whatever Don Michele thought was right, but first he would have to speak with the head of the Gambino family in New York and with his people in Sicily. (DiFonzo, St. Peter's Banker: Michele Sindona, pp. 239-240).
On August 2, 1979, while under indictment, Michele Sindona disappeared from New York and was believed to have been kidnapped by left-wing terrorists. He was actually in SICILY organizing a coup against the Italian government with the help of the Pentagon. The movement was called Il Momento di Sicilia Azione or The Time for Sicilian Action. Here is a quote from the book St. Peter's Banker:
He (Sindona) believed so totally in his version of reality that he searched his files and located a letter he had received from Rear Admiral Max K. Morris, dated October 13, 1978. Sindona proudly presented the letter to his family and friends as proof that the U.S. military and the CIA were backing his Sicilian coup. (DiFonzo, St. Peter's Banker: Michele Sindona, p. 239).
Sindona was poisoned in prison while serving a life sentence for the murder of Giorgio Ambrosoli.
Some of the other people involved in the Sicilian Secession
Here are just 2 of the people involved in the secession of Sicily from the Italian mainland.
Propaganda Due, or P2, was a secret masonic lodge that Licio Gelli joined in 1966, later to become its Venerable Master. P2 is neo-fascist, but in Italy during the 1970s, this did not preclude conspiracies with anarchists, leftists, terrorists, and the CIA. Gelli holds dual Italian-Argentine citizenship, and was connected with Italian police and intelligence agencies, as well as with the Mafia, financiers, and the Vatican. By March 1981, his time was running out. Police raided Gelli's villa in Tuscany and photographed a list of nearly a thousand members of P2. Many important Italians were on it–30 generals, 38 members of parliament, 4 cabinet ministers, former prime ministers, intelligence chiefs, newspaper editors, TV executives, businessmen, bankers, 19 judges, and 58 university professors. The Italian government of Arnaldo Forlani collapsed during the ensuing scandal.
Roberto Calvi was known as "God's Banker" for his links with the Vatican Bank. He was the chairman of Banco Ambrosiano in Milan, and a central figure in a complex web of international fraud and intrigue.
In May 1981, Mr Calvi was arrested, found guilty, and sentenced to four years' imprisonment, but released pending an appeal.
Roberto Calvi was to be tried for alleged fraud involving property deals with Sicilian banker Michele Sindona, who was himself serving 25 years in the U.S. over the collapse of the Franklin National Bank in New York in 1974.
On June 19, 1982, he was found hanging from Blackfriars Bridge in London with 2 bricks in his pocket. Predictably, his death was ruled a SUICIDE!!
Calvi was found "suicided" under Blackfriars Bridge in London. The Blackfriars were another name for the dreaded Dominican monks who ran the Inquisition.
Archbiship Paul Marcinkus was head of the Vatican Bank from 1971 to 1989. He became head of the Vatican Bank even though he had no banking experience.
In 1972, he bought all the shares of the Banca Cattolica del Veneto and sold them to Roberto Calvi at a huge profit.
The Banca del Cattolica del Veneto was run for the people of Venice by the Patriarch of Venice, Cardinal Albino Luciani.
The night Albino Luciani a.k.a. Pope John Paul I was poisoned, Paul Marcinkus was found walking in the courtyard of the Vatican Bank about 6:45 A.M.
Marcinkus lived at the Villa Stritch on Via della Nocetta about 20 minutes from the Vatican. He was not known as an early riser.
The Papal monarchy will soon be gone with the wind!!
The official beginning of the Papal States was in 755 when King Pepin of the Franks gave the territories of the exarch of Ravenna to Pope Stephen II.
In 755 the Lombard King Aistulph was besieging Rome and King Pepin was deaf to all entreaties to come and save the city. Then the Pope hit upon a wild idea: Why not write a letter from "St. Peter" up in Heaven commanding Pepin to save Rome!!
This outrageous idea probably originated with the Anglo-Saxon monk and Papal legate Boniface (680-755) who knew how credulous and superstitious King Pepin really was.
An impressive procession carried the letter to Pepin and he was awestruck that "St. Peter" even knew about him....Pepin was absolutely convinced of the heavenly origin of the letter.
Pepin led his army across the Alps and defeated the Lombards. The Lombard's territory was then given to the Pope as a gift from "St. Peter."
Here is a short excerpt from "St. Peter's" letter to Pepin:
I, Peter the Apostle, of whom you are adopted sons, admonish you to defend the city of Rome, the people committed to my charge, and the church in which my body lies, from the hands of enemies and the contamination of foreign nations....Be very sure that I am alive in your presence, as if in the flesh . . . I Peter the Apostle, present among you alive, as if in the flesh. . Our Lady, the Mother of God, the Virgin Mary, joins with me in laying this obligation upon you.... It is I who, by the grace of God, gave you victory over your enemies....If you delay to deliver the Holy Apostolic Church of God, committed to me, and its bishop, know that by the authority of the Blessed Trinity and in virtue of my apostolate you are, for transgressing my command, shut out from the Kingdom of God and life eternal. (McCabe, A History of the Popes, p. 157).
Other forgeries came later, such as the Donation of Constantine granting the Popes hegemony over the entire westernworld, but for sheer effrontery nothing excels the missive from "St. Peter."
The Syllabus of Errors condemns the loss of the Papal States!!
Since 1871, the Jesuits have been working frantically and tirelessly to restore the lost Papal domain. The Syllabus of Errors of Pope Pius IX condemned the idea that the Pope should not be a temporal monarch:
76. The abolition of the temporal power of which the Apostolic See is possessed would contribute in the greatest degree to the liberty and prosperity of the Church. –Allocutions "Quibus quantisque," April 20, 1849, "Si semper antea," May 20, 1850. (Condemned as error).
When we consider the vast military power of the Pentagon and NATO (North Atlantic Terrorist Organization), and the fact that they are determined to push Russia out of the Mediterranean, the idea is not as incredulous as it might seem.
WWI was all about restoring the lost States . . . as was WWII . . . and the Cold War which never ended....True Christians should watch world events very carefully for any moves in that direction.
We can be sure of one thing that this "resurrection" will only be for a "little season" or a very, very short time until the Second Coming of Christ puts an end to the Papal nightmare for good.
In 1978, a 1.4 BILLION DOLLAR "hole" was found in the account of the Banco Ambrosiano. This was right after the "election" of British secret agent Pope John Paul II. That is how much it cost to "elect" John Paul II. It was the most expensive Papal election in the entire history of the world. Even more expensive than the election of Rodrigo Borgia. The money entered the Vatican Bank and then disappeared through various Panamanian banks. The money was dispersed as a "thank you" to the cardinals that voted for Pope John Paul II.
Roberto Calvi may have decided to talk and spill the beans about the missing millions and the "election" of Pope John Paul II before he was "suicided."
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