Deadly Spanish Inquisition Jesuits!!
one of the following deadly Jesuits was born and lived all their lives
in Great Britain. The Spanish Inquisition loves to use Protestant
countries as surrogotes or pawns in order to cenceal her real identity!!
first of the fatal 5 is Erasmus Darwin:
Darwin, M.D., FRS, was born at Elston, near Newark, on Dec.
12th, 1731, and he went to meet his CREATOR on April 10th, 1802.
He was the grandfather of ape-man Charles Darwin. Madness did
not run in the Darwin family . . . it GALLOPED!!
doctor) stole the theory of evilution from ancient
Egypt. Here is the first stanza of a poem he wrote and a
small sample of his madness:
life beneath the shoreless waves
Was born and nurs'd in ocean's pearly caves;
First forms minute, unseen by spheric glass,
Move on the mud, or pierce the watery mass;
These, as successive generations bloom,
New powers acquire and larger limbs assume;
Whence countless groups of vegetation spring,
And breathing realms of fin and feet and wing.
Darwin. The Temple of Nature. 1802.
2 is vaccinator Edward Jenner
next figure in our rogues gallery is Edward Jenner M.D., FRS.
This man is know as the father of vaccination.
the poisoned needle to the world and began the filthy
practice of injecting humans with diseased animal matter. Thanks
to Jenner, vaccination spread around the world like the plague
and is still in use today!!
3 is Charles
ape-man Darwin S.J. (1809—1882).
(ape-man) Darwin needs no introduction. Everybody who went
to hell thinking that they came from apes are cursing him
now. His book On the Origin of Species by Means of Natural
Selection was published in 1859. His mean goal was to
overthrow the Book of Genesis which
is the final authority on the origin of the universe and mankind.
stole the theory of evilution from his grandfather. His grandfather's
madness was inherited by his grandson. Nobody except old Beelzebub
himself has sent more souls to hell than this ape-man. His
grandfather and Jenner laid the foundation of the MAD idea
of turning the FABLE of evilution into a scientific FACT.
around the world still follow this deadly Jesuit. His law
of the jungle or might makes right gave birth to
Communism, Fascism etc., etc. You won't find a college or
university in the world today that is not permeated with his
evolutionary philosophy and world-view.
4 is John Nelson Darby
Nelson Darby S.J.
man is the Father of Dispensationalism or Futurism and the
LEFT BEHIND MADNESS.
to Darby, all Protestant Christians believed that the Pope
was Antichrist. They believed that the great falling away
happened soon after the end of the apostolic age and that
the Papal dynasty answered in every way to the great
apostasy or falling away predicted by the Apostle Paul.
teaching (historicist) was playing havoc with the Roman church.
Millions were escaping and obeying the Lord's command to "come
out of her" Ignatius LIEola commissioned one of his Jesuits
named Francisco Ribera (1537-1591) to write an opposing view.
He wrote a 500 page commentary on the Book of Revelation.
The main premise of his commentary was that :
Antichrist was one man . . . not a dynasty.
He would be an atheist or infidel.
He would not be revealed until 7 years before the end of time.
He would sit in a rebuilt temple in Jerusalem.
He would call himself God etc., etc.
This became the
official Roman Catholic position on Antichrist. This new idea very
conveniently shifted the focus from the Papacy to some fanciful individual
way off in the distant future.
was popularized by a book written by another Jesuit named Emanuel
Lacunza entitled The Coming of the Messiah in Power and Glory.
This book was translated into English by another follower of
Darby named Edward Irving.
In order to make
this Jesuit "interpretation of prophecy" self-fulfilling,
the Vatican had to invent Jews and somehow get them back
to Palestine. This they did by starting World War I and II and creating
the State of Israel.
teaches that Jesus failed to establish His earthly kingdom
at His first coming and had to postpone it until his return. When
Jesus was accused before Pilate the charge was: calling himself a
king in opposition to Caesar.
Jesus denied such
a charge when he said:
kingdom is not of this world" (John 18:36).
him and declared him innocent of that charge. Futurists however say
that Jesus was using equivocation e.g. not telling the WHOLE TRUTH
and he meant to say that his kingdom was not of this world then
but would be in 2,000 years. This is tantamount to calling Jesus a
liar. This is why futurism is so pernicious.
John Nelson Darby
was the English apostle of this Jesuit interpretation, and during
his long career he spread it throughout the English speaking world.
Nelson's interpretation is believed by the majority of "Protestants"
today. He did a tremendous job . . . for Rome!!
5 is Lord John Russell
John Russell is the last of our fatal five.
John Russell S.J.
came from an old Papal Family going all the way back to the
Viking/Norman Conquest. A Hugh du Rozel is mentioned in the
Battle Roll as crossing in the train of William the Conqueror.
One of the brothers of William was named Odo and he led the
invasion of Caledonia.
served under Henry VIII in a special mission to Pope Clement
He was Prime Minister
during the Great Irish Famine and refused all Governmental
help to the starving people. His callous answer to that Holocaust
was: "Help yourselves and Heaven will help you."
There are some
things which the Crown cannot grant, which Parliament cannot enact:
these are the spirit of self-reliance and the spirit of co-operation.
I must say plainly that I should, indeed despair of this task, were
it not that I think I see symptoms in the Irish people both of greater
reliance on their own energies and exertions, and of greater intelligence
to co-operate with each other . . .
Happy will it
be indeed if the Irish themselves take for their maxim "Help
yourselves, and Heaven will help you," and then I think
they will find there is some use in adversity.
During the American
Civil War he was Foreign Secretary of Great Britain under Lord Palmerston.
He was constantly urging his Government to recognize the Confederates.
- September 14, 1862-
My dear Russell,-The
detailed accounts given in the "Observer" to day of the
battles of August 29 and 30 between the Confederates and the Federals
show that the latter got a very complete smashing ; and it seems
not altogether unlikely that still greater disasters await them,
and that even Washington or Baltimore may fall into the hands of
If this should
happen, would it not be time for us to consider whether in such
a state of things England and France might not address the contending
parties and recommend an arrangement upon the basis of separation?
Lord Russell replied-
My dear Palmerston,-
Whether the Federal army is destroyed or not, it is clear that it
is driven back to Washington, and has made no progress in subduing
the insurgent States. Such being the case, I agree with you that
the time is come for offering mediation to the United States Government,
with a view to the recognition of the independence of the Confederates.
I agree further, that, in case of failure, we ought ourselves to recognise the Southern States as an
independent State. For the purpose of taking so important
a step, I think we must have a meeting of the Cabinet. The 23rd
or 3oth would suit me for the meeting.
We ought then,
if we agree on such a step, to propose it first to France, and then,
on the part of England and France, to Russia and other powers, as
a measure decided upon by us.
We ought to
make ourselves safe in Canada, not by sending more troops there,
but by concentrating those we have in a few defensible posts before
the winter sets in.
I hope to get
home on Sunday, but a letter sent to the Foreign Office is sure
to reach me.
outwitted this fox. . . .In the fall of 1863, he arranged to have
the Russian Navy show the flag in New York and San Francisco and their
presence was a warning to England and France to stay out.
This is what Queen
Victoria said on the demise of her favourite Minister:
May 30, 1878.
DEAR LADY RUSSELL,
It was only yesterday afternoon that I heard through the papers
that your dear husband had left this world of sorrows and trials
peacefully and full of years the night before, or I would have telegraphed
and written sooner. You will believe that I truly regret an old
friend of forty years standing, and whose personal kindness
in trying and anxious times I shall ever remember. Lord John,
as I knew him best, was one of my first
and most distinguished Ministers,
and his departure recalls many eventful times.
To you, dear
Lady Russell, who were ever one of the most devoted of wives, this
must be a terrible blow, though you must have for some time been
prepared for it. But one is never prepared for the blow when it
comes, and you have had such trials and sorrows of late years that
I most truly sympathise with you. Your dear and devoted daughter
will, I know, be the greatest possible comfort to you, and I trust
that your grandsons will grow up to be all you could wish.
me always, yours affectionately,
R. AND I"
at her crowning had to say the Coronation Oath. Part of the oath says
that she believes that:
. . Masses are fables and dangerous deceits . . . "
Here is what Charles
Dickens author of A Christmas Carol and Scrooge fame said
about Lord Russell:
Dickens, speaking in 1869 at a banquet in Liverpool, held in his
honour, over which Lord Dufferin presided, refused to allow what
he regarded as a covert sneer against the House of Lords to pass
unchallenged. He repelled the insinuation with unusual warmth, and
laid stress on his own regard for individual members of that assembly.
Then, on the spur of the moment, came an unexpected personal tribute.
He declared that there was no man in
England whom he respected more in his public capacity, loved more
in his private capacity, or from whom he had received more remarkable
proofs of his honour and love of literature than Lord John Russell.
The compliment took Lord Russell by surprise; but if space allowed,
or necessity claimed, it would be easy to prove that it was not
undeserved. From the days of his youth, when he lived under the
roof of Dr. Playfair, and attended the classes of Professor Dugald
Stewart in Edinburgh, and took his part, as a protégé of Lord Holland,
in the brilliant society of Holland House, Lord John's leanings
towards literature, and friendship with other literary men had been
Lord John's personality
was what we call a "cold fish"
Charles Gore, who was also private secretary to Lord John when the
latter held the Home Office in the Melbourne Administration, gives
in the following words his recollections: Often members of
Parliament and others used to come into my room adjoining, after
their interview with Lord John, looking, and seeming, much dissatisfied
with their reception. His manner was cold
and shy, and, even when he intended to comply with the request
made, in his answer he rather implied no than yes. He often used
to say to me that he liked to hear the laugh which came to him through
the door which separated us, as proof that I had been able to soothe
the disappointed feelings with which his interviewer had left him
. . . "
has changed....Thanks to the Ecumenical Movement, Rome has an even
greater stranglehold on the British Government than ever before. 5
years ago, all guns were confiscated from the people and no matter
how much money you possess you cannot own a firearm for self protection....A
man's home is NOT his castle any more!!
Noel (Editor), The Roman Question, Chapman and Hall, London,
John, Lord John Russell, University of South Carolina Press,
Stuart J, Lord John Russell, Sampson Low, Marston & Co.,
The Life of Lord John Russell, in two volumes,
Longmans, Green, & Co., London, 1889.
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