1928: The year fascist bigots prepared the sinking of the Enlightenment

This show by Dave Emory is dedicated to exposing the Opus Dei secret society, a reactionary Catholic organization founded by Father Josemaria Escriva de Bal­a­guer. After having quietly gained momentum behind the scenes for a couple of decades, Opus Dei came to the forefront of the Church’s public life by playing an important role in the ascension of both Jean-Paul II and Benedict XVI. In this broadcast, Dave Emory explores several connections that seem to indicate that Opus Dei is in fact part of the Fascist International, i.e. the network of all fascist and extreme-right organizations in the world. Among many elements, the radio host explores the P2 lodge, the murder of Roberto Calvi, P2 lodge Grand Master Licio Gelli, Pope Benedict’s personal assistant Georg Ganswein, the Arnold Schwarzenegger and Maria Shriver couple, the beatification of Aloy­sius Stepinac, the role played by Sam Brownback in U.S. politics, etc. The written description for this show is excellent, like it is often the case with For The Record. Check it out and listen to the show, of course.

On the other hand, I must say that the thing that striked me the most in this broadcast, about Opus Dei, is the fact that it was founded the same year that the Muslim Brotherhood was, in 1928. It can’t be a coincidence. There is no such thing in this world as « coincidences ». Most of the times, things are made to happen. And because they are not overtly advertised in the press or in governmental brochures, it doesn’t mean that they are not happening. To me, it looks as if there was a plan put into execution by the forces of the Fascist International to literally seize control of all institutions to have a maximum global effect. If Hitler and Mussolini took control of the world of politics in their own countries and tried to expand it then beyond their borders, it seems that others tried the same coup for the two most important religions, in terms of world power, geo-political and geo-strategical interests, Catholicism and Islam. By founding the Muslim Brotherhood, Hasan al-Banna may very well have sabotaged and sinked all chances that the Arab/Muslim world had to achieve modernity and to realize the ideals of the Enlightenment. And by founding Opus Dei, it seems that Father Josemaria Escriva de Bal­a­guer tried to do the move in the opposite direction. The western world was on its way to realize fully the potential of modernity and the ideals of the Enlightenment, and that was accomplished in the ’60s and ’70s, or so it seems. Father Balaguer cooked up something in the shadows to try to overturn the stream of evolution, and it looks like his movement gained credibility and influence over time, to the point where one could argue today that it now controls the Vatican.

I can’t let you go without mentioning Mr Ganswein, Benedict XVI’s personal « assistant ».  If I were sarcastic (my readers know that I am not…) I would venture to say that Ganswein may very well be the Pope’s lover. Isn’t it an interesting asset for an old man to have a young handsome man at his side? Well, I don’t know how these two manage their life but there is something curious about this « job ». On the other hand, it also looks as if Ganswein may very well be there to be the « controller » of Benedict XVI, as if the Vatican had lost its sovereignty to a third party…like the Underground Reich? That’s an interesting question. John Loftus, author of many great books like The Secret War Against The Jews and Unholy Trinity: The Vatican, the Nazis, and The Swiss Banks, would have quite interesting things to say about that line of enquiry. Anyway, I could go on and on but I want to encourage you to listen to the show. Especially for those of you out there who liked The Da Vinci Code. Personally, I think that book and the movie that followed were just a soup of propaganda and disinformation to throw the public off, but since it made such an impression on us, it is even more important that you get acquainted with the information presented here.

FTR #559: The Opus Dei Code

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