TWO NEW JUSTICES- JESUIT EDUCATED
America is destined, though rising like a lamb, to speak as a dragon. How does a nation speak? It speaks through it’s political and legislative bodies. In this case, the United States has the Judicial and the Legislative branches of government. The Judicial make up it’s judges, and the Legislative branch deals with the Senate and Congress. If these organs become compromised by dragon-like qualities, while professedly lamblike (Christian), it would change the very fabric of the United States as we know it. That very change however is being witnessed in our generation.
Donald Trump’s selection for judges for the Supreme Court is one of the main reasons why Evangelicals desired to see him elected. His promise to choose judges who would interpret the Constitution like anti-separation of church & state justice Antonin Scalia made him desireable in their eyes. It is the Supreme Court who makes judgements in how to interpret the Constitution. If ultra-conservative judges are in the majority in the Supreme Court, then the moral opinions of those judges will be reflected in shaping the laws of the country and how men are judged by them. Make no mistake in this thing. A radical ultra-conservative set of judges on the Supreme Court can overthrow the principles of the Constitution with bend-and-sway, by simple justifications which satisfy their sense of religious duty.
To replace hardline Catholic Justice Scalia, Trump chose Neil Gorsuch, taking his seat on the Supreme Court. Gorsuch is a strong conservative, and was trained in the Jesuit Traditions at Georgetown Preparatory School. Trump’s second selection, however, has shifted the balances of the Supreme Court to become heavily conservative in their interpretations of the Constitution; signifying a great political shift in favor of the Evangelicals such as has not been seen since the 1800’s. When liberal Judge Kennedy retired from his lifelong judicial seat, Brett Kavanaugh, a deeply devout Catholic who was from the same Georgetown Preparatory School, who was also educated in Ignatian spirituality (Jesuit training), was Trump’s replacement.
Why is this a problem? We will examine who the Jesuits are in a moment, but must first understand the nature of how this will affect a great change in the nation. When conservative lamblike principles begin to speak as a dragon from the heart of the Nation, Washington D.C., you know that the call for making an
image to the beast is not afar off. The Evangelical Protestant community is showing their approval of Donald Trump’s choice of judges, knowing that this will affect the direction which the laws of the United States will take. In a dark turn for the Evangelical church, it’s strong emphasis on strengthening it’s influence via legislation is akin to when the Catholic church coveted the favors of the Roman Empire, and ended in obtaining power and authority over the entire continent of Europe, “having eyes full of adultery, and that cannot cease from sin; beguiling unstable souls: an heart they have exercised with covetous practices; cursed children: Which have forsaken the right way, and are gone astray, following the way of Balaam the son of Bosor, who loved the wages of unrighteousness…” (2 Peter 2:14-15)
Religious news source RNS article placed their finger on the pulse of the great shift taking place in America: “Once wary of Catholics, conservative Protestants have worked with Catholics on shared priorities for decades. They now see the learned jurists of the Catholic right as indispensable allies. With their elite credentials and intellectual grounding, the Republican justices represent a large, sometimes controversial, corps of legal minds the evangelical tradition has not produced on its own.”
These two new justices being Jesuit trained should call us to remember the principles of the Jesuit Order (To see in detail who the Jesuits are, click here). Jesuits pledge oath under perpetual vow of obedience to Pope swearing themselves under “perinde ac cadaver”, which being interpretted means, “like a corpse”.
Encylopaedias claim that Jesuits “staying and rolling back the tide of the Reformation, in so far as it was due to the Jesuits, was the result of…the Ignatian methods [the practices of the Jesuit Order].” It is the purpose of the Jesuits to destroy the Protestant Reformation. To renounce the principles of the Reformation. To undo the separation occurred by the protest. To undo the separation of church and state.
In the Jesuit Oath, recorded in the Congressional Record of the U.S., House Bill 1523, from a court case from 1913, the oath reads as follows: ““You have been taught your duty as a spy, to gather all statistics, facts and information in your power from every source; to ingratiate yourself into the confidence of the family circle of Protestants and heretics of every class and character, as well as that of the merchant, the banker, the lawyer, among the schools and universities, in parliaments and legislatures, and the judiciaries and councils of state, and to be all things to all men, for the Pope’s sake, whose servants we are unto death.”
This is precisely what the Evangelical Protestants are advancing now, and especially so when pushing for Scalia-like judges. So harmoniously are the Protestants, who once abhorred the Papal beast of Revelation 13, are now wondering after him and cooperating with the principles of Catholicism and Jesuitry in their blind zeal for the political arm of power.
The Evangelicals, by confederating with Catholicism, and embracing Catholic principles, calling an end to the Protest and uniting themselves together for more legislative influence via state power are desirous of riding the horses of Egypt for strength.
The push for the Evangelicals is having the Constitution interpreted as they would; as applying to Christians especially, receiving preferential treatment, and excluding others who do not adhere to the same ideals. The principle of separation of church and state is being ridiculed by numerous Evangelicals. And now they are claiming to have righteousness in the land, you must have judges who frame the laws. Sunday sacredness is a pagan concept of ancient Sun worship from the Scriptures, and is not even a law upheld in the Scriptures (it is the first day of the week, and not the seventh day of the week, Friday Eve to Saturday Eve, commanded in the fourth commandment). Yet even if it were a righteous and holy law of the Most High (which it isn’t), righteousness does not come through any law, but through Christ fulfilling the law in us. (See Gal. 2:20-21)
Well known ultra-conservative Southern Baptist Minister Pat Robertson, a close friend of Donald Trump, and executive chair of the 700 Club Media broadcast stated ” They have kept us in submission because they have talked about separation of church and state. There is no such thing in the Constitution. It’s a lie of the left, and we’re not going to take it anymore.” “The Constitution of the United States, for instance, is a marvelous document for self-government by Christian people. But the minute you turn the document into the hands of non-Christian and atheistic people they can use it to destroy the very foundation of our society.”
Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh has defended the position that the “wall of separation between church and state” was a misleading metaphor “based on bad history”, in his defense of another chief justice views, contending that ” religious institutions” should be “as equals in society and in state benefit programs.”