The Jesuit Threat

General Herbert C. Holdridge warns U.S. President Dwight D. Eisenhower

“conclusive documentation of the dire threat of this Roman Catholic [Jesuit] order and of the forces of the Vatican affiliated with this order, which I have attempted to drive into the consciousness of yourself, officials in the government, and the sleep-walking people of the United States for the past five years, risking my very life from day to day to do so.”


“classical mechanics…makes assertions which…are never confirmed by everyday experience”
Eduard Dijksterhuis, 1950

“the…growth of modern science in the domain of mechanics…only a limited amount of new observations stimulated this growth”
Evandro Agazzi, 2000

Book burning is a symbol of fascism and Jesuits.

The war against books to set up learning against learning is a Jesuit strategy.

The phrase “learning against learning,” comes from Cardinal Thomas Wolsey addressing the pope about the dangers of the printing press to the Church’s control. The goal of the Catholic Church became to start a “war against books” as D’Iraeli put it, in the last chapter “War Against Books” in his book Amenities of Literature from 1841.

It is traced to Ignatius Loyola’s rules for Jesuits. The grand rule of the Jesuit Order is to make thinking conform with the Catholic Church, elaborated in 18 specific rules. Rule #13: “The thirteenth, and finally, that we may be altogether of the same mind and in conformity with the Church herself, if she shall have defined anything to be black which to our eyes appears to be white, we ought in like manner to pronounce it to be white. [Autograph, The thirteenth: that we may in all things attain the truth (that we may not err in anything), we ought ever to hold it (as a fixed principle), that what I see white, I believe to be black, if the Hierarchical Church so define it (to be);]” The Spiritual Exercises of St. Ignatius Loyola, 1541.

The dastardly Bertrand Russel explains this strategy was embraced by Johann Fichte, who “laid it down that education should aim at destroying free will,” and that “the social psychologists of the future will have a number of classes of school children on whom they will try different methods of producing an unshakable conviction that snow is black.”

The blameworthy culprits for setting up learning against learning and waging a war on books are Ignatius Loyola, Thomas Wolsey, Johann Fichte, and Betrand Russell.

Isaac D’Israeli deserves credit for fighting against the Jesuits.

The Spiritual Exercises of St. Ignatius Loyola, 1541,

Isaac D’Israeli, Amenities of Literature, 1841,

Bertrand Russell, The Impact of Science on Society, 1953,

Roman Catholic Church conducts crusades against Protestants, in WW2 and many other times

Change in world population 1933-1948:
Protestant -68,954,470
Jew +438,279
R. Catholic -1,724,317

“the International Red Cross found no evidence whatever at the camps in Axis occupied Europe of a deliberate policy to exterminate the Jews.”

The statistics were changed after 1948 to more accurately include losses of Jews.

My burning heart she humbly eats, trembling

Poi la svegliava, e d’esto core ardendo
Lei paventosa umilmente pascea:
Appresso gir lo ne vedea piangendo.

  • From the third chapter “Years later she greets him” of Dante’s La Vita Nuova (The New Life), in the sonnet A Ciascun’Alma Presa e Gentil Core (To Every Loving, Gentle-Hearted Friend)

Patrick Cassidy – Vide Cor Meum (See My Heart) produced by Patrick Cassidy and Hans Zimmer is based on it.

Catholicism & Fascism

The first fascist movement to come to power, Italian fascism, did so in a country that was 99 per cent Catholic and the seat of the papacy, and ‘clerical fascist’ movements came to power in another two overwhelmingly Catholic countries, the first Slovak Republic and the Croatian Independent State. Fascist movements and regimes in other European countries also entered into relations with the Roman Catholic Church, and in broader terms, many Catholics, individually and collectively, were closely involved with fascist movements and regimes in the inter-war years. This article analyses the complex relationships between fascism, the institutional church, and Catholics more generally. It examines the initial attitudes of fascist movements to Catholicism/the Catholic Church, the encounter between fascism and Catholicism, and the interests and common enemies that brought them together in this encounter.”
 – John Pollard, “Fascism and Catholicism”
 The Oxford Handbook of Fascism

“Fascism is another word for the Catholic right-wing.”
 – Christopher Hitchens

“The advice given by the Pope to individual Catholics and to nations should be remembered, for during the following decade [after WW1] that emphasis on the necessity for strengthening authority, on the blind obedience owed by subjects, and on the duty of everyone not to allow difference of wealth and social ideology (i.e. Socialism) to incite class struggle, was to become the slogan of Fascist Totalitarianism.”
 – Avro Manhattan, 1947
 The Catholic Church Against the Twentieth Century, p.68

“In Catholicism I find the absolute completion of Judaism.”
 – Henri Bergson

Clerical fascism – combines religious elements with fascism, support by religious organizations for fascism, or fascist regimes in which clergy play a leading role.

The Jesuit Superior General Ledochowski tells Mussolini he will fire the head of the Jesuit’s American publication, and hire a pro-fascist to run it, and he does. At 22:00

Diabolical Planetary View

Earth viewed from outer space creates cognitive dissonance. – Bruno Latour
Earth viewed from outer space is diabolical. – Joseph Miller
Earth viewed from outer space is pure fantasy. – Gerald Prince
Earth viewed from outer space is delusional. – Peter Sloterdijk

“In such a planetary view, where earth is viewed as if from out in space…creates a cognitive dissonance since there is no commensurability between the lived experience of being situated in the critical zone and the image provided by the planetary view.” – Bruno Latour et al., “Giving Depth to the Surface – an Exercise in the Gaia-graphy of Critical Zones.” (2018)

“Millions of people all over the world have seen one of the unsettling space-ship or satellite photographs. They provide a distant and detached perspective on the earth with a vengeance. To be, or to pretend to be, wholly detached and objective is, nevertheless, perhaps diabolical.” – Joseph Hillis Miller, How To (Un)Globe the Earth in Four Easy Lessons, (2012)

“Judith Miller and James Blish do not consider space adventure stories as science fiction. Bradbury writes pure fantasy.” – Gerald Prince, How New is New?, (1983)

“The delusions to seek something outside…space travel ideologies…remain unstable, shakeable autohypnotic projects against a background of futility.” – Peter Sloterdijk, Spheres Volume 2: Globes, (1999)

Power and Control

“The higher one goes on the ladder of social recognition, the closer one comes to the most evil forces.”

Michel Serres, 1991
Eclaircissements: Cinq entretiens avec Bruno Latour


“Great scenes on the stage of history…have always been cleverly and cunningly ‘staged’ by certain men who were aiming for specific results.”
Henri Lefebvre, 1947
Critique of Everyday Life: Volume 1


“The Mephistophelian point of view shows the world in a clear frosty light from which all fuliginous mists of affection, all swamp-lights of sentimentality, are absent.”
William James, 1890
The Principles of Psychology