Anyone who has watched "The Mission" with Robert de Niro, Jeremy Irons, and Liam Neeson, may have been puzzed not so much by what was said, but what was left unsaid in the film. In the second half of the 18th century something was very wrong in the world. The revolutionary fervor was starting to take off and, as an object of the perceived evil was the Jesuit order. The Jesuits were seen as being too "secular". Yesterday marked the 235 year of the Suppression...Joseph Fromm at "Good Jesuit, Bad Jesuit", has a short article to commemerate this tragic event, which still to this day resounds.

It Has Been 235 Years Since The Jesuit Suppression

On July 21 in 1773, Pope Clement XIV issued the brief, Dominus ac redemptor noster, officially dissolving the Society of Jesus (Jesuits). The politically based suppression left conspicuous gaps in Roman Catholic education and foreign missions.

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The Jesuits are still being persecuted. Here is a site of, I can describe them as, anti-Everybody'(?), who believe the planet is run by the Jesuits!

This is real scary...This site belives the Jesuits are responsible for the September 11th attacks. They can be seen here

Don't try to convince them with the facts, their mind is made up.

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