On the Contrary: What Pope Francis might have said to the Irish

May 31, 2018 by · Leave a Comment 

The chatterbox Pope Francis, who appears to have an opinion on everything, had no opinion in the run-up to the vote in Ireland to end that once-Catholic nation’s ban on the killing of children in the womb. He was silent while the debate raged.
Why does this not surprise this writer? As the author of a 723 page book pioneering the shocking hidden history of the Church, I know that the post-Conciliar Catholic Church is the exoteric fulfillment of the esoteric Hermetic-Kabbalism which seized the papacy in the late 15th century.
This was a disease of the hierarchy. The Catholic people in general were too alert and militant in their faith to have had this conspiracy revealed to them prior to the 1960s. For 500 years the parish priests, nuns and the lay people in the pews were by and large what medieval Catholics had always been in terms of intolerance toward rabbinic and other types of perfidy, and loyalty to the immemorial Mass.

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Inversion to Ireland is the Shamrock for Corporatists

February 5, 2016 by · Leave a Comment 

When Corporatocracy published the article, Corporate Inversion Relocation almost two years ago, little attention or coverage in the financial press could be found on the tax avoidance practice of inversion. Now that Hillary Clinton denounced the $16 billion (€14.7 billion) merger of Johnson Controls and Tyco International, the subject is coming to the forefront. A fine account of this controversy is published in the European press, Follow the Money. A wealth of financial data and charts are available in this translated version from the column.

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