The "Catholic" Wing of Libertarianism
February 21, 2012
(left, Ignatius Loyala, the Marrano Jew who founded the Jesuit Order.)
The Jesuits were never true Catholics. Jesuits are part of a long-term Illuminati Jewish plot to infiltrate and subvert Catholicism from within, even though most Jesuits are probably not aware of it.Indeed, Lew Rockwell is right: the Salamancan Jesuits, AKA the Illuminati, were behind modern Libertarianism.
In a reply to Proof Libertarianism is an Illuminati ploy, in which Anthony Migchels pointed to the Jewish money behind Austrian Economics, the Daily Bell noted that many prominent current Libertarians were Catholics, including Lew Rockwell, Pat Buchanan, Thomas Woods, and Justin Raimondo
That may be true, but it does not refute the dominant Jewish character of Libertarianism. Ludwig von Mises, Murray Rothbard, and Ayn Rand were Jewish. Professor Martha Steffy Browne, a member of Mises' private seminar on economics in Vienna, noted that 23 out of 29 attendees were of Jewish descent.
Jesuits AKA Illuminati
However, it is ironic that both the Daily Bell and Gary North attempted to ridicule our claim that Libertarianism was an Illuminati ploy.
Why? Because Lew Rockwell himself, the founder of the Ludwig von Mises Institute, actually identified the Spanish Jesuits associated with the University of Salamanca as the founders of modern "free-market" thinking.
Ignatius of Loyola, founder of the Jesuit Order and himself a student at Salamanca, was linked to the Alumbrados, the precursors of the modern Illuminati. Loyola was also a Marrano, a converted Jew.
The Jesuits were never true Catholics. Jesuits are part of a long-term Illuminati Jewish plot to infiltrate and subvert Catholicism from within, even though most Jesuits are probably not aware of it.
Indeed, Rockwell is right: the Salamancan Jesuits, AKA the Illuminati, were behind modern Libertarianism. More than that: Austrian economics descend in a straight line from the ideas of the Alumbrados. Carl Menger, the founder of the Austrian School, was strongly influenced by the Salamancan Jesuits and quoted them in his Principles of Economics.
Zionists, Jesuits, Illuminati: all in it
Theodor Herzl, the founder of modern Zionism, studied political economy with Menger, and law with his brother Anton Menger, at the University of Vienna.
The House of Habsburg, one of the most powerful Black Nobility families, was closely associated with Austrian economists. Carl Menger was the personal tutor of Archduke Rudolf von Habsburg and accompanied him in his travels for three years.
Ludwig von Mises was one of the closest economic advisors to Otto von Habsburg, head of the Habsburg dynasty and
co-founder, with arch-Zionist Richard Coudenhove-Kalergi, of the Pan-Europa
Movement which promoted a unified Europe as early as 1923.
Later, Mises worked with Coudenhove-Kalergi, who studied at the Jesuit-controlled Theresianum in Vienna and whose father was a close friend of Herzl.
From the very beginning, Illuminati elites have supported
Libertarianism from behind the scenes, and they continue to do so today. As
shown in "Proof Libertarianism is an Illuminati Ploy", the ultra-wealthy Zionist Koch
family founded both the Catholic-friendly John Birch Society and the Libertarian
Both groups endorse Austrian economics. The Koch brothers are also heavily involved in the Tea Party. Perennial Libertarian candidate Ron Paul is partly funded by business magnate Peter Thiel, a member of the steering committee of the Bilderberg Group.
Jesuits and Libertarianism today
The association between Jesuits and Austrian economics is still going strong. Universities with a significant Austrian presence are all controlled by Jesuits or by Freemasonry: George Mason University, which hosted the first "academic" Freemason lodge in Virginia, Loyola University, and Auburn University, which was originally known as "Alabama Masonic College". The Ludwig von Mises Institute is also located in Auburn, Alabama.
"Catholic" Libertarian Pat Buchanan, a Knight of Malta, attended Jesuit-run Gonzaga College High School and Georgetown University, a Jesuit hotbed.
"Catholic" Austrian scholar Thomas Woods has struggled mightily to justify the Austrian School's endorsement of usury, which goes against authentic Catholic teachings. Woods supported his position by quoting Jesuit theologian Leonard Lessius (1554-1623), who, "played a significant role in eroding the interest prohibition."
What is wrong with Libertarianism?
Libertarianism emphasizes individual freedom, but fails to recognize that humans are social beings, not isolated individuals. Self-interest reigns supreme for libertarians, but there is no room for social justice.
Although informed by "Catholic" Jesuit doctrines, Austrian economics accepts and even justifies usury, which is contrary to the following Bible verses: Psalm 15:5, Exodus 22:25, and Leviticus 25:36-37. Another Bible verse, Deuteronomy 23:20, states that "you may charge a foreigner interest, but not an Israelite".
Meanwhile, the Austrian crowd has no problem calling for deflation. In fact, Austrians deny that their coveted Gold Standard is extremely deflationary because physical gold can never keep up with the need for credit.
They blame the State for everything but ignore
the Money Power. They refuse to see that Gold has been under the control of Money
Power for centuries. Worse, they sell their deception by professing unabashedly
that 'Bankers hate Gold'.
Communism and Libertarianism: a 500-year old
Of course, the same Jesuits a.k.a. Illuminati who concocted Libertarianism also perfected the system of reductions, a sort of proto-Communism, in 17th-century Paraguay. These same Jesuits later taught Karl Marx, another Jew.
Libertarianism and Communism are the two poles of a 500-year old Illuminati dialectic, with extreme individualism, exemplified by Rand's "virtuous selfishness", at one end, and extreme collectivism, encapsulated by Marx's "From each according to his abilities, to each according to his needs", at the other end.
The Illuminati dialectic leaves no room for a middle ground, for a balance between individualism and collectivism, between anarchy and totalitarianism. This is the trap that they have set up for us.
It is no surprise that Jesuits and the Illuminati have been banned
from several countries over the last few centuries. What is surprising is that
we have forgotten how dangerous their ideologies can be, and how far they can
lead us away from true freedom and happiness.
Special thanks to Anthony Migchels
Migchels - The Top Ten Lies of Austrian Economics
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