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Posted by Timothy Fitzpatrick on April 8, 2015
By Timothy Fitzpatrick
February 3, 2015 Anno Domini
While agents of the Jewish-Masonic cryptocracy work around the clock spreading lies and disinformation, many sincere people are getting sucked into their traps. One of the fastest spreading fallacies of these agents is the conspiracy theory that the Catholic Church—through the Society of Jesus (Jesuits), the Pope, and/or the supposedly still-existing Knights Templars—are running the New World Order conspiracy.
“It’s not the Jews!” these agents and their naïve dupes claim. “We have been fooled for the last 400 years into thinking the Jews are leading the NWO when it’s really the Jesuits, the Vatican, and the Black Pope!”
The game of these agenturs is very simple. Everything that has been typically attributed to Jews for hundreds of years, for example, the creation of the Protocols of the Learned Elders of Zion, the drafting of the Satanic Babylonian Talmud, and even Zionism itself, are all the work of the Jesuits. It’s a rewriting of history. Take every historical book from the last 2,000 years that names “Jews,” cross it out, and replace it with “Catholics” or some euphemistic term that indicts the Church and you have the Jesuit conspiracy meme summed up.
From attributing the creation of Zionism to an excommunicated Jesuit named Franciso Ribera to blaming the rise of Hitler and Nazism on the Church, there is no place the Jesuit memers won’t go. It borders on clownish with absurd claims that the Jesuits sunk the Titanic, created Islam, and assassinated John F. Kennedy. Of course, the grand proof they present of this alleged Jesuit conspiracy is Jewish Adam Weishaupt’s (founder of the Bavarian Order of the Illuminati) education under the Jesuits—something these Jesuit memers almost always bring up. Hypocrisy runs deep among these anti-Catholics, as they say in one breath that it is wrong to blame one group of people (especially Jews) and in the next breath they blame all the world’s problems on the Church. These clowns must have low regard for their audience for them to believe their blatant double standard goes unnoticed.
One hand tied behind the back
Before I go on here, I want to point out that this is not to absolve the Catholic Church of clerical abuses and legitimate corruption within it. And, of course, there is the heretical Second Vatican Council that has been foisted upon Catholics, which further maligns the legitimate faith and demonizes (at least in Protestant eyes) Catholics in general. This council is the handcuff that has one hand of the Church behind its back—done so that She would not be able to defend herself against the Judeo-Masonic onslaught going on. With the Church on the ropes, so to speak, the Jesuit meme is a sucker punch.
*a note on semantics
I would define a meme as the mindless replication or imitation of a concept or idea, especially a false one. Much of the popularity of the Jesuit meme is due to dupes, especially in conspiracy circles, who mindlessly accept, without verifying, the Jesuit meme and then replicate it.
- Jewish groups, Zionists (Jewish and Protestant)
- Seventh Day Adventists
- New or naïve conspiracy researchers
- New Agers
- Evangelicals, fundamentalist Protestants, Calvinists
- Freemasons, Enlightenment thinkers
- Catholic haters
The idea that Jews are running the NWO is rather inconvenient for them and exposes them for what they are. You would be hard pressed to find a Jesuit memer who is the slightest bit anti-Zionist. Many of them also happen to endorse other irregular conspiracy theories, like that of “reptilians” and “death fakers”. Then there are some who pretend to be anti-Zionist but with the appendage that the Vatican is really behind the Zionists. The fact of the matter is, the idea that there exists a Judeo-Masonic conspiracy has been a cultural belief for hundreds of years; whereas the Jesuit conspiracy is the counter-culture belief, in other words, the revolutionary belief. Furthermore, the Judeo-Masonic conspiracy theory has a huge amount of evidence behind it while the Jesuit theory has next to none. Jesuit theorists count on memetic replication, because if one actually checks their claims against recorded history, they theorists will be revealed as frauds.
Key individuals promoting the Jesuit conspiracy meme
- Alexander Hislop (rabid anti-Catholic Protestant)
- Malachi Martin (Vatican infiltrator paid by the American Jewish Committee)
- Eric Jon Phelps (Israeli diamond merchant)
- Lyndon LaRouche (Quaker)
- Edward Hendrie (Calvinist)
- Seventh Day Adventists (masonic)
- Walter J. Veith
- Jordan Maxwell (scam artist and crypto Jew)
- Christian J. Pinto
- Thomas Richards
- Craig Oxley (internet personality, disinfo agent)
- Greg Szymanski
- Dan Brown (fiction writer, not even an historian)
- Tupper Saussy (bitter Protestant)
- David Wilcock
- Felix Pantaleon, aka Caliberhitter (COINTELPRO)
- Sherman Skolnick
- Pete Santilli (FBI informant)
The list of Internet personalities replicating the Jesuit meme seems to be growing by the day.
Common fallacious arguments of the Jesuit conspiracy meme
- The Roman Catholic Church (RCC) created Freemasonry (through the Knights Templars] and is implicitly masonic itself
- Excommunicated Jesuit Francisco Ribera created Zionism/premillennial dispensationalism
- The Jesuits/Vatican control the monetary system
- The Jesuits control Hollywood
- The RCC created the religion of Islam (yes, they really claim this)
- The RCC created the Bavarian Order of the Illuminati through Jesuit-trained (actually a converso) Adam Weishaupt
- The RCC published (created?) the Babylonian Talmud
- The RCC created the Nazis and is responsible for all anti-Semitism
- The Jesuits are behind the CIA, Federal Reserve, and communism
- The Jesuits ignited the French and Russian revolutions
Basics of the Jesuit meme: The Black Pope
The Jesuit theorists claim that the head of the Jesuits, the Superior General, is the “Black Pope”—one whose power supersedes that of the Pope and, subsequently, the Holy Church. This Black Pope and his Jesuits are said to be leading the New World Order conspiracy; although, none of the Jesuit memers can give a clear explanation as to what the Jesuits’ supposed goal of world domination is and why they seek this. In contrast, with the Judeo-Masonic conspiracy theory, the goal is quite clearly the overthrow of Christianity and Western Civilization. With the New World Order, regardless of who one think is leading it, it’s clear to anyone that the NWO conspiracy is attempting to dismantle all religions, especially Christianity. So, why would the supposed leaders of that conspiracy, the Jesuits, be working to destroy their own Christian-based institution? If one says the Jesuits are not Christian in the first place and this is why they are leading the NWO to destroy religion and Christianity, then one has to admit that either a). the Catholic Church also is not a Christian institution (which would require a whole new set of evidence and proof), or b). the Jesuits are saboteurs of the Catholic Church and Christianity in general. If one answers with “a”, then the root of the problem is not the Jesuits but the Catholic Church itself, since the Catholic Church predates the Jesuits. But the Jesuit memers don’t focus on this. The focus is all on the Jesuits. This is the clearest evidence that they have other motives for propagating this theory. Now, if the answer is “b”, then we can speculate as to who is really behind the Jesuits, since it couldn’t be the Catholic Church itself. Seeing as the first Jesuits were overrepresented with Jews and a Jew, one Ignatius Loyola, founded the Jesuits, it’s plausible that a Jesuit conspiracy against the Catholic Church and society were being orchestrated by Jews. Add to this the fact that Jews were closely involved with the Protestant Reformation, around the time the Jesuits were formed, and the plausibility becomes stronger. Further evidence that the Jesuits, if they are acting on behalf of the Church’s interests, are a failed world conspirator is in the fact that world trends are going in the opposite direction of everything Catholic, be it the Church’s pro-life stance, anti-modernism, traditional marriage, etc. Add to that the world’s slide towards nihilism and the Jesuit conspiracy theory loses even more credibility.
The “Black Pope’s” alleged fronts: Knights of Malta, Catholic universities
“Jesuit Trained” – Jesuit conspiracy theorists claim that the Black Pope works to subvert society by positioning Jesuits in high positions of power throughout the world via the Knights of Malta and Jesuit training centres (Jesuit-founded universities). Since Jesuit universities are open to the public and do not require students to be Catholics, much less Jesuits, it’s a little ridiculous for the Jesuit theorists to claim that so and so is a Jesuit agent or “Jesuit trained” merely because they went to a Jesuit-founded university. But that’s exactly what they do. Due to the spread of the disease of modernism, Jesuit universities are now more or less secular and hostile to the Catholic Church. For example, many Jesuit-founded universities advocate—not just accept—homosexual rights, abortion, women’s liberation, LGBT rights, etc. Historian E. Michael Jones, a well respected traditional Catholic, was fired by one of these supposed Catholic universities because he simply stood for traditional Catholicism. Whether a result of the Jesuits or Second Vatican Council proscriptions, these Jesuit universities cannot be considered Catholic other than by having Catholic roots. The claim of someone being “Jesuit-trained” is vague and meaningless in the context in which these Jesuit theorists give. They have to provide more than just someone’s mere attendance at a Jesuit-founded university. And with their claim that many Jesuits are secret members, they think they can disregard the burden of proof further more.
Knights of Malta – Jesuit theorists, where they can’t malign someone based on their university attendance, malign them by their membership with the Knights of Malta or even if someone displays a logo or symbol[i] bearing the remotest resemblance to the symbols of the Knights of Malta or the Jesuits. If those canards fail, they outright deceive their audience by falsely associating the Catholic Knights of Malta—officially called Sovereign Military Order of Malta—with Freemasonry. Speculative freemasonry’s York Rite has a degree titled Order of Knights of Malta (click on the image to the right to see a larger view of the masonic structure of degrees). The Vatican has issued a clarification stating that it does not recognize any other group using the Malta name but its own.
“…the Holy See recognises and supports only the Sovereign Military Order of Malta – also known as the Sovereign Military Hospitaller Order of Saint John of Jerusalem of Rhodes and of Malta – and the Equestrian Order of the Holy Sepulchre of Jerusalem. The Holy See foresees no additions or innovations in this regard.
All other orders, whether of recent origin or mediaeval foundation, are not recognised by the Holy See. Furthermore, the Holy See does not guarantee their historical or juridical legitimacy, their ends or organisational structures.
To avoid any possible doubts, even owing to illicit issuing of documents or the inappropriate use of sacred places, and to prevent the continuation of abuses which may result in harm to people of good faith, the Holy See confirms that it attributes absolutely no value whatsoever to certificates of membership or insignia issued by these groups, and it considers inappropriate the use of churches or chapels for their so-called “ceremonies of investiture”.[ii]
The Jesuit theorists must not have foreseen this embarrassing repudiation of their claims that the Jesuits and the Catholic Church are somehow masonic because of the Malta link. Perhaps had they done some actual research, they would have seen this coming and abandoned the lie. Furthermore, Freemasonry uses Jewish and Protestant names for its degrees as well. Using their reasoning, we could argue that Jews and Protestants are masonic because of this also.
The Knights Templar – Some Jesuit theorists will go so far as to say that the RCC founded freemasonry through the Knights Templar, a military order established by the Church at the beginning of the Middle Ages (the Templars eventually became corrupt and apparently compromised with gnosticism, and the Church disbanded them accordingly). Because the freemasons (an occult group established long after the Catholic Templars had been abolished) have a masonic title called “Order of Knights Templar Commandery”, part of the York Rite initiation, some confuse the two different Templar groups. Of course, the Jesuit theorists capitalize on this confusion and try to say that the two are one and the same. They elaborate on how the Medieval Templars supposedly evolved into what is now called freemasonry (they completely ignore the fact that the Catholic Church abolished the Templar order). The apparent gnostic influence on the Catholic Templars, before they were disbanded, was likely due to the spread of Kabbalism, so the Kabbalah is the root of what eventually became freemasonry, not “Templarism”. Consider that the written Kabbalah came into prominence in the 12th and 13th centuries, the same time the Templars were rising in power.
“The Jewish connection with modern Freemasonry is an established fact everywhere manifested in its history. The Jewish formulas employed by Freemasonry, the Jewish traditions which run through its ceremonial, point to a Jewish origin, or to the work of Jewish contrivers . . . . Who knows but behind the Atheism and desire of gain which impels them to urge on Christians to persecute the Church and destroy it, there lies a hidden hope to reconstruct their Temple, and in the darkest depths of secret society plotting there lurks a deeper society still which looks to a return to the land of Judah and to the re- building of the Temple of Jerusalem?”[iii]
Today, there is no organization called the Knights Templar, yet Jesuit conspiracy sites are full of references to them as if they still exist and run the world. Columnist Atila Sinke Guimarães explains in detail the history of the Knights of Malta and the Templars in contrast with their masonic imitators.[iv]
The suspicious trajectory of the Jesuit conspiracy theory
Whether the Jesuits were guilty of the charges laid against them in their early days, it’s highly suspicious that most, if not all, groups supporting theories against them were in league with Jews, be they Protestant reformers (late middle ages), Enlightenment thinkers, masonic/illuminist agents (18th and 19th centuries), and Jewish lobbies (20th and 21st centuries). All of these anti-Catholic groups are themselves accused of organizing and/or leading international conspiracies, so they have the motive to deflect criticism of themselves and provide a scapegoat in the hopes of saving face. Modern Jesuit conspiracy theorists appear to target two audiences: anti-Catholics and conspiracy researchers. The latter targeting functions to manage opposition to the NWO conspiracy and is further evidence that the Jesuit theorist meme is actually advancing the NWO’s revolutionary progress.
The Nazi fallacy
So blind to history, the Jesuit theorists assume that because the Catholic Church is anti-Jewish by nature, restricted Jewish influence in society, especially during the Middle Ages, and helped spread anti-Jewish conspiracy theories, it must be that it was also in league with or brought about the rise of Nazi Germany’s racialist policies. Jewish lobbies share in common with Jesuit theorists this malicious libel against the Church. They blame Catholicism for the rise of Hitler and the alleged Holocaust of 6 million Jews. What they won’t tell their audience is that the Nazis propagated Jesuit conspiracy theories themselves—Hubert Hermanns’ The Jesuit: The Obscurantist without a Homeland[v], for example—and persecuted and murdered Jesuits on account of their membership. But more importantly, Roman Catholic opposition to Judaism has always been on the grounds of the Jew as a “theological construct” created in opposition to Christ, in the words of Catholic historian E. Michael Jones. Papal decrees against Jews throughout the Church’s 2,000-year history maintains that Jewry should be resisted on the grounds of their rebellion against Christ and that Jews should be restricted from positions of influence in society, should they seek to subvert the Catholic theocracy. Papal bull Sicut Judaeis, first issued during the Middle Ages, is emphatic that Jews are not to be harmed. Furthermore, Catholics are forbidden on pain of excommunication to force convert Jews or take their property. Pope Callixtus II states in the original bull:
“[The Jews] ought to suffer no prejudice. We, out of the meekness of Christian piety, and in keeping in the footprints or Our predecessors of happy memory, the Roman Pontiffs Calixtus, Eugene, Alexander, Clement, admit their petition, and We grant them the buckler of Our protection.”
It’s obvious that because of the Jewish penchant for antagonistic behaviour, the Popes foresaw the potential for resentment of the Jews to evolve into pogroms. It’s absolutely absurd to think that the Catholic Church could in any way have brought about the “Holocaust” of the Jews, especially considering that 18 successive Popes re-affirmed Sicut Judaeis. The Church has not changed its stance in this respect. The Catholic Church never endorsed, either officially or unofficially, the policies of Hitler and the national socialists. Catholic opposition to Judaism then is quite different from Nazi opposition, which was based entirely on the assumption that Jews were racially corrupt.
The Jesuit theorist runs into a major contradiction when he attempts to say that Nazism is a Jesuit creation, because then he must account for his other theory that the Jesuits also supposedly created Zionism—something that runs contrary to Nazism. I won’t elaborate here, but the evidence suggests that Nazism is actually a Jewish creation, using a Cabbalist dialectic of opposites, which paved the way for establishing the illegal state of Israel in 1948 as well as the Holocaust dogma of Judaism[vi], which has undeservedly become iconic in recent history. There is also evidence that Hitler was not legitimate opposition to the Jewish money power, and even evidence that Hitler himself may have been Jewish.[vii]
The Zionist fallacy
It seems the Jesuit theorist rests his entire claim that the Jesuits created Zionism on one obscure Jesuit who postulated a theory that was never established as Catholic dogma. It’s true that Jesuit Francisco Ribera (1537-1591) did advocate some views that would fall into a “futurist” eschatological point of view; however, it was not millenarianist, or of the premillennial dispensationalist type that lies at the root of the Christian Zionist heresy.[viii] Zionism comes from an arrested rendering of the Old Testament concept of a chosen people. This is why the Jews murdered the Old Testament prophets who tried to correct them on their perverted supremacist vision of what it meant to be God’s chosen people. This is one of the reasons why the Jews also murdered our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ, for He pointed out the deception and evil in their supremacist yearnings. The whole Ribera claim is inconsistent in that Ribera allegedly concocted his views as counter-reformation teaching. But the Reformation was advocating futurism (specifically millenarianism), so how could he be countering it with more futurism (his supposed futurism was really amillennial)? Jesuit theorists are grasping at straws with this one. It doesn’t take a genius to figure out that because the Jews rejected Jesus, they still await at future Messiah (futurism) when he will supposedly rule and reign with the Jews on the present Earth. Futurism, really messianism, is essentially Jewish. Furthermore, Ribera didn’t write his 500-page commentary on the Book of Revelation to start a new idea. He was indeed countering the Reformation propaganda of millenarianism, which held that the Papacy was the anti-Christ, Beast system, and the coming world messiah would destroy it and set up his millennial reign on Earth, headquartered in Jerusalem. Catholic teaching holds that the Church’s reign on this Earth since Christ died and was resurrected is evidence of fulfillment of Christ’s reign on Earth; therefore, a future millennial reign is not necessary.
The freemason fallacy
Equally as absurd and related to the Zionist fallacy is the claim that modern freemasonry is a continuation of the Catholic Knights Templars—Catholicism itself. Forget that Popes have issued decrees condemning freemasonry and its Enlightenment, libertarian offshoots; forget that Catholicism itself is philosophically and ideologically opposed to freemasonry, the Jesuit theorists are most persistent with this fallacy. Instead of providing any evidence that the Catholic Church is behind freemasonry, the Jesuit theorist will simply make the reach by associating the Church with freemasonry through the Knights Templars and Knights of Malta confusion. That’s their evidence—semantics.
Papal pronouncements against freemasonry and its offshoots—specifically “Americanism,” which sprang from the Enlightenment and masonic libertarianism—include but are not limited to the following:
Clement XII, Constitution “In Eminenti”, 28 April, 1738;
Benedict XIV, “Providas”, 18 May, 1751;
Pius VII, “Ecclesiam”, 13 September, 1821;
Leo XII, “Quo graviora”, 13 March, 1825;
Pius VIII, Encyclical “Traditi”, 21 May, 1829;
Gregory XVI, “Mirari”, 15 August, 1832;
Pius IX, Encyclical “Qui pluribus”, 9 November, 1846;
Pius IX, Allocution “Quibus quantisque malis”, 20 April, 1849;
Pius IX, Encyclical “Quanta cura”, 8 December, 1864;
Pius IX, Allocution “Multiplices inter”, 25 September, 1865;
Pius IX, Constitution “Apostolicæ Sedis”, 12 October, 1869;
Pius IX, Encyclical “Etsi multa”, 21 November, 1873;
Leo XIII, Encyclical “Humanum genus”, 20 April, 1884;
Leo XIII, “Præclara”, 20 June, 1894;
Leo XIII, “Annum ingressi”, 18 March, 1902 (against Italian Freemasonry);
Leo XIII, Encyclical “Etsí nos”, 15 February, 1882;
Leo XIII, “Ab Apostolici”, 15 October, 1890.
To demonstrate the seriousness with which the Church took of the heresy of freemasonry, 12 different Popes issued a total of 23 three papal pronouncements against it. No other heresy has received more attention.
The Judeo-masonic ambition to overthrow throne (monarchy) and altar (Catholic Church), which is well documented, was achieved through a series of subversions[ix] and revolutions—the French Revolution being one of which was most successful, as France was as stronghold of the Catholic theocracy. England, where Catholicism had been overthrown during the 16th-century reign of apostate King Henry VIII, was already under the control of freemasonry (specifically Rosicrucianism) and Enlightenment thought at the time of the French Revolution. Of course, the Jewish-masonic alliance was already well established during the 16th-century Protestant Reformation, so the Reformation was a natural fit for the anti-Catholic revolutionary arsenal of the cryptocracy; in fact, all the evidence suggests that freemasonry is a covert extension of Judaism—a sort of philo-Semitic religion with perhaps more aggressive methods than Judaism in destroying Christ’s influence on Earth. The Jesuit theorist will distort and twist history in all kinds of ways in a desperate attempt to fit their anti-Catholic, pro-Jewish worldview. It then becomes imperative for the reader to understand real history in order to see through the lies.
The Illuminati fallacy
When Adam Weishaupt founded the Order of the Illuminati in Bavaria in 1776, it seems he intended to prevent the Jesuit order, which had at that point been suppressed by Pope Clement XIV, from regaining their former position in Europe.[x] Weishaupt was not a Jesuit himself; however, Jesuits educated him during his youth. Jesuit theorists focus only on this, while ignoring the more important manoeuvrings that were going on during the formation of Illuminist systems. Additionally, Weishaupt did not invent the concept of Illuminism, which was based on a perversion of the Catholic sacrament of confession.
“It wasn’t the goal of world domination, which, in the popular mind at the time, the Illuminati shared with the Jesuits that the public found as upsetting; it was the means whereby the Illuminati were going to achieve those goals. Weishaupt took the idea of examination of conscience and sacramental confession from the Jesuits and, after purging them of their religious elements, turned them into a system of intelligence gathering, spying, and informing, in which members were trained to spy on each other and inform their superiors.”[xi]
Jewish writer Bernard Lazare, an anti-Catholic, seems to brag about the Jewish orchestration of secret societies and the Illuminati:
“There were Jews around Weishaupt, and Martinez de Pasqualis, a Jew of Portuguese origin, organised numerous groups of Illuminati in France, recruiting many adepts to whom he taught the doctrine of reintegration. The lodges founded by Martinez were mystical, whilst the other orders of Freemasonry were rather rationalist. This permits one to say that the secret societies represented the two sides of the Jewish mind: practical rationalisation and pantheism.”[xii]
Some historians credit Martinez de Pasqualis with creating Illuminism, not Weishaupt.
The Illuminati wasn’t so much an organization as much as it was a concept of blackmail and espionage that was soon adopted by almost all secret societies, and it is still in use today. Talk about the Illuminati’s influence on society is sort of a red herring, especially in the way that it is used today. Modern conspiracy researchers portray the Illuminati as the end all, be all…as a highly organized institution, which it isn’t. It’s a concept or system. The Jesuit theorist obsession with Weishaupt, the Illuminati, and their supposed collaboration with the Jesuits shows their inclination to sensationalism rather than historical accuracy.
[ii] NOTE OF CLARIFICATION FROM THE SECRETARIAT OF STATE – http://www.news.va/en/news/note-of-clarification-from-the-secretariat-of-stat
[iii] Dillon, Monsignor George F., Grand Orient Freemasonry Unmasked, Edinburgh (1884), Revised Edition (1950), pg. 10
[iv] Are the Knights of Malta Members of Freemasonry? http://tradcatknight.blogspot.com/2014/10/are-knights-of-malta-members-of_16.html
[v] Hermanns, Hubert, The Jesuit: The Obscurantist without a Homeland, 1933
[viii] Fitzpatrick, Timothy, The Jewish command to deceive Christians about Bible prophecy, May 29, 2014, The Fitzpatrick Informer – https://fitzinfo.wordpress.com/2014/05/29/the-jewish-command-to-mislead-christians-on-bible-prophecy/
[ix] Vennari, John, The Permanent Instruction of the Alta Vendita: A Masonic Blueprint for the Subversion of the Catholic Church, Rockford, Illinois, Tan Books and Publishers, Inc., 1999
[x] Jones, E. Michael, Libido Dominandi: Sexual Liberation and Political Control, South Bend, Indiana, St. Augustine’s Press, 2000, pg. 8
[xi] Ibid. p. 13.
[xii] Lazare, Bernard, Anti-Semitism: It’s History and Causes, Paris (1884), pg. 127
Posted by Timothy Fitzpatrick on February 3, 2015
By Doctor E. Michael Jones
Posted by Timothy Fitzpatrick on January 24, 2015
By Timothy Fitzpatrick
November 26, 2014 Anno Domini
Counter-intelligence operatives are sure a crazy bunch, but are they crazy enough to set up their own opposition as a means of managing their critics?
It appears that his may be exactly the case with Zionist/CIA counter-intelligence operative Alex Jones. The completely ridiculous, strawman argument that late comedian Bill Hicks changed his identity by having radical reconstructive plastic surgery in order to appear as the man we know today as Alex Emerick Jones is accomplishing two feats for Jones. Firstly, it makes all conspiracy theories about him look equally ridiculous. Secondly, it obfuscates the growing awareness about Jones and his ties to Israeli and American intelligence.
If Jones didn’t create this absurd strawman himself, he is currently using it to its maximum benefit as part of a memetic warfare strategy against his growing number of critics. Today, Jones went so far as to post the Hicks theory on the front page of Infowars and spent a considerable portion of his show playing up the theory and laughing at the proponents of it. One caller to the Infowars show today even admitted, along with Jones, that the Hicks strawman is bringing Jones more attention and followers. Jones goes out of his way to bring up the Hicks meme whilst simultaneously bashing his anti-Zionist detractors or the white nationalist crowd (he doesn’t differentiate between neo-Nazis and anti-Zionists). This has the effect of tarnishing a legitimate conspiracy about Jones—that he is a Zionist provocateur. Jones’ co-conspirators in the Jewish-controlled mainstream media are helping spread the Hicks meme, with an article in Texas Monthly, of late. Check out this these clips of Jones talking about the Hicks meme. Notice that he is smiling all throughout his discussion of it. This does not look like a man that is being harmed by the Hicks meme at all.
Jones claims the Hicks meme has been around for about five years, but research shows that it has only really been circulated on the net since sometime 2012-2013—conveniently when the Stratfor leak was gaining prominence. One particular keeps popping up among its seemingly numerous proponents: an internet personality using the moniker “caliberhitter”. CaliberHitter, whose real name appears to be Felix Pantaleon, may have worked for Infowars or may still. His girlfriend goes by the name of Sherrie Lea Laird. You may remember her as one of the whistleblowers of former Infowars editor Molly Maroney, who worked for Israeli intelligence front Stratfor and the CIA’s Parker Media. Apparently, the way Laird discovered this was after Maroney had been communicating with her via email regarding having Hollywood gossiper Tile Tequila on the show. Tequila was nixed from her scheduled appearance on the show, upsetting Laird, who felt Tequila had much to reveal about the Illuminati in Hollywood. In the fallout, Tequila threatened to expose the dirt she claimed to have on Alex Jones, but she never did disclose this and has more or less disappeared from public life. This is when Laird started looking into Maroney’s past and discovered her previous history with Stratfor and Parker Media. It appears that Laird was some kind of informant or tipster for Infowars. Whether she was paid or not is unknown. But it’s likely that this CaliberHitter character was also working with Infowars in some capacity alongside Laird. Laird, after she discovered Maroney’s Stratfor history, was quick to connect Stratfor with Israel, calling Jones an Israelian (sic) and Jew. But she has since entertained the Hicks meme.
Interestingly, Laird was not the first to make the Stratfor connections with Jones. Independent journalist David Chase Taylor was the first. Was Jones using Laird to bury the Stratfor connection that Taylor had made? Who knows, but Laird’s discovery of Maroney and Stratfor went viral and was even picked up by FBI informant Pete Santilli, who milked the revelation for everything it was worth on his radio show, which seemed to become prominent over night.
The timeline looks something like this:
- Anonymous leaks hack of Stratfor emails and subscribers: Dec. 2011
- First Infowars/ Stratfor revelation: Feb. 12, 2012 – David Chase Taylor
- Alex Jones creates decoy Stratfor story: Feburary 29, 2012
- Second Stratfor/Infowars revelation: Nov. 2012 – Sherrie Lea Laird
- Infowars creates decoy Bill Hicks meme: 2012-2013?
As possible Infowars operatives, Laird and Caliberhitter may have gone rogue and are now just muddying the water with their insane theories. Laird is so crazy, she believes she is the reincarnation of Marilyn Monroe and received mainstream media attention for this belief when her quack Jewish “doctor” supported her claim. Caliberhitter appears to be a ghetto thug wannabe and likely the driving force behind the Hicks meme. He may have even created the meme, as several of his ridiculous theories involve the same pattern of celebrities faking their death and assuming new or used identities. Hitter calls them “Hollywood death fakers”. He also just happens to promote the Jesuit conspiracy meme, which leads into another strawman meme against Jones: that he is a secret Jesuit agent. Here is a list of some of CaliberHitter’s theories bearing close resemblance to the Hicks meme:
- Alex Jones Exposed As Agent Of The Muslim Brotherhood
- Jonathan Brandis is really Adam Kokesh
- Mark Dice is really River Phoenix
- Infowars Outted As Jesuit Nazi Front
- Rush Limbaugh is really Jim Morrison
- CIA Front Censors Information Infowars is a Jesuit Nazi Creation
- The Late Brandon Lee is really political activist Christopher Greene
Fitzpatrick Informer readers will remember that “Mack Quigley”, as revealed in a recent article, is an admitted Zionist and promoter of the Hicks meme. However, Quigley may just be a sock puppet of CaliberHitter.
It’s disturbing that Jones would go to such lengths to protect his status, but it’s equally disturbing that there appears to be some who sincerely believe in the Hicks meme. Sincere or not, they zealously promote this theory to no end. It seems they are working around the clock to promote it all over the web. And almost all of them seem to also endorse the Jesuit meme, which as I pointed out, leads to the other strawman meme against Jones. The proof of the insincerity of the promoters of the Hicks meme lies in the fact that they only promote the Hicks critique of Jones rather than the well established, credible, and numerous critiques like that of Jones’ many Zionist and intelligence connections. They ignore this despite their plea that they are interested in the truth about Jones’ identity. The source of this Hicks disinformation is likely coming from one place. It is helping Alex Jones protect his true identity, which is that he is a Zionist gatekeeper misdirecting the “truth” movement.
For more on the Alex Jones saga, read the following:
Posted by Timothy Fitzpatrick on November 26, 2014
As the evidence continues to mount that Alex Jones is a counter-intelligence Zionist agent, the conspirators handling him are scrambling to throw the general public off the scent of the stinking COINTELRPO operation in Austin, Texas.
That’s where two diversionary strawman theories come into play: that Jones is a secret Jesuit agent and/or that Jones is really Bill Hicks, a deceased comedian and social critic from Texas.
Shills accuse Jones of being a Jesuit
The first theory is an obvious lie. Zionists have been using the Jesuit conspiracy theory for hundreds of years to cover up their own crimes, to keep people off their tails, and to defame their long-time enemy, the Catholic Church. While the Jesuit conspiracy theory is growing in general, it has been directed at Alex Jones as of late. The rhetoric goes that Jones is working on behalf of this alleged Jesuit-run New World Order, with the proof being that Jones never talks about the Jesuits. However, there are countless instances where Jones has talked about and criticized the Vatican and the Catholic Church. Jones has even denounced on air the theory that he is a Jesuit. There aren’t a lot of people being taken in by this theory, but the few who advocate it are vocal and get their message out with much persistence and consistency. If they aren’t being paid to do this, they are very passionate about it. If the shills don’t call Jones a Jesuit, they will call him either a Knight of Malta (no proof), or, if they have a hard time convincing someone of that, they will simply say then that he is Jesuit trained (again, no proof). One nut claims that because Jones uses the Swiss cross as the logo for his health products, he must be a Swiss Knight Templar, even though the Templars weren’t Jesuits, even though the Knights Templars haven’t existed for hundreds of years, other than the freemasons using the name only. The use of the Swiss cross as an international symbol is well known. And for all we know, Jones could deliberately have used the symbol to mess with his critics. After all, he has the incentive to indulge those who accuse him of being a Jesuit. Whatever takes the focus off of what he really is.
The Jesuit conspiracy theory has been spread by a small group of people, including Zionist diamond merchant Eric Jon Phelps, Alexander Hislop, F. Tupper Saussy, the Seventh Day Adventist Church (a Zionist offshoot), Malachi Martin (financed by the American Jewish Committee to spread disinformation about the Jesuits), establishment fictionalist Dan Brown, Edward Hendrie, and a few others. (In the near future, I will critique the Jesuit conspiracy theory in more detail)
Shills accuse Jones of being Bill Hicks
The other theory, that Jones is Bill Hicks, is so over the top and so ridiculous that nobody in their right mind would give it any attention. But that doesn’t matter, the point of this theory, and that of the Jesuit theory, is to muddy the waters, to divert attention away from Jones numerous connections to the Zionist establishment and the intelligence community. The source of this theory appears to be a blogger named “Mack Quigley,” who appears to have created many videos and designed many photo illustrations detailing the alleged proof that Jones is Hicks. This media is now circulating widely around the net, as is the media calling Jones a secret Jesuit. The story goes that Hicks didn’t really die but changed his identity to Alex Jones with the aid of facial surgery. Like the Jesuit theory, this theory appears to be another Zionist-created diversion. Quigley admits on his site that he is a Zionist. When he is not busy manipulating his “evidence” that Jones is Hicks, he is posting Zionist hate, like the following:
The mindless echo-chamber of fake ‘alternative’ news is full of hypocritical morons and race-baiting Jew-haters who can’t think straight – and don’t want to because that’s part of their psyop. It’s fashionable for these clowns to use words like “criminal” to describe the State of Israel’s lawful conduct – even when it is defending itself against alien domestic insurgents operating within their own territory killing Israeli citizens.
I support Israel. From the Nile to the Euphrates, all that land belongs 100% to the Jews alone. It is their homeland forever. The Arabs need to get out and stay out. Their blood is on their own heads for trying to steal land that doesn’t belong to them.
We have lived to see a very interesting day. I can’t help but think we are on the verge of World War 3 and the tribulation period. Which means the rapture could happen at any time.
Even so come quickly Lord Jesus!
Incidentally, Quigley’s blog appears to have been created early in 2012, around the same time news of Jones’ ties to Stratfor broke and a year following the hack of Stratfor’s emails. And wouldn’t you know it, Quigley just happens to endorse the sister strawman attack against Alex Jones:
It’s reminiscent of how a documentary film-maker joined Fred Phelps church and suddenly they were making professional signs and had all sorts of web promotion. Either is Sanderson is a sincere and naive idiot who doesn’t realize he is being used, or he is involved with the Alex-Jones/Wittenberger crowd knowingly. Jesuits love the tactic of infiltration and subversion.
—Mack Quigley, Are Jews Christ Killers?
There seems to be a definite co-ordinated effort to discredit and quash Jones’ legitimate critics.
Jesuit-Hicks theories help Alex Jones stay in power
Because the two theories against Jones are so easily disprovable (what makes them each a strawman argument), it creates the perception that critics of Alex Jones are crazy or fulfills Jones’ claim that his critics are government operatives merely looking to discredit him. The claim that Jones is a Zionist double agent, however, is very easily demonstrable and is the only true threat to Jones in his position as patriot leader. So, it’s likely that Jones and his handlers, if they aren’t behind these strawman attacks, are welcoming them with open arms.
For more on the Alex Jones saga, read the following:
Posted by Timothy Fitzpatrick on August 19, 2014
May 24, 2014 Anno Domini
Some websites are falsely reporting that Alex Emric Jones, of Infowars, worked as webmaster of Stratfor (Strategic Forecasting, Inc.) in 2005, according to Anonymous’s hack of Stratfor emails and credit card data in 2011.
A little research shows that the webmaster of Stratfor in 2005 was another Alex Jones, also from Austin, Texas (Stratfor, a Zionist-run intelligence gathering apparatus, is located downtown Austin, Texas, where Alex Emric Jones also lives). This other Jones is Alexander S. Jones. In reading the emails between this webmaster and others within Stratfor, as well as emails mentioning Alex Emric Jones, Stratfor staff make clear distinctions between the two. The webmaster used the email firstname.lastname@example.org, which some mistakenly believe is what implicates Alex Emric Jones with Stratfor. But this is not the case. The Anonymous hack also revealed paid clients of Stratfor’s intelligence forecasting service, of which one was definitely tied to Alex Emerick Jones of Infowars. That email address is email@example.com, which is a domain owned by Alex Jones and Free Speech Systems LLC. Jones owns other domains as well. Another so called patriot-9/11 truther discovered in the Stratfor clientele was the late Michael Ruppert, under firstname.lastname@example.org. Ruppert, like Jones, was heavily criticized for giving a kosher explanation of the 9/11 conspiracy, completely absolving international Jewry of any involvement. And yet another “truther” was implicated, one Michael Rivero of WhatReallyHappened.com using email@example.com. Is it any wonder that Rivero has not touched the Infowars-Stratfor scandal? Up until recently, Rivero has been rather soft on the Jewish/Zionist question. Keep in mind now that the hack does not specify whether Stratfor’s clients are paid or not (except for some) and whether they are using Stratfor’s intelligence services above just gaining access to data. Either way, it’s difficult to believe that Jones, in light of all his other Stratfor connections, is just using Stratfor to read a few articles. He said on his show once that Stratfor “puts out propaganda,” yet he is their subscriber. This statement is disingenuous as much as it is an alibi for Jones. There is a high probability that Jones and Stratfor are in cahoots.
The confusion over the two Alexes associated with Stratfor has given fuel to Alex Jones’ diehard fans, who show this as proof that the Alex Jones-Stratfor scandal is a bunch of hot air.
Unsurprisingly, Stratfor has denied the accuracy of its hacked emails released via Anonymous and Wikileaks. In those emails, Stratfor’s rank and file repeatedly talk about Alex Emric Jones. There is not really any smoking-gun information contained in them. However, the fact that Jones is some kind of client receiving intelligence from Stratfor is alarming enough and could have serious ramifications for the way the public perceives Infowars and its so-called news reporting. For example, Jones’s accurate prediction of the 9/11 attacks was perceived as being because of Jones’ own intellectual intelligence and insight on world affairs. It gave Jones credibility early in his patriot career at the time, and still does. But if he received that information from Stratfor, or perhaps from one of his Zionist handlers, then he is presenting it under false pretenses. If this is true, it calls into question everything he says. And because Stratfor and Alex Jones have their own agendas, or agenda, as the case may be, it’s logical to assume that we aren’t being told the whole truth, despite what Jones claims. Then there are all the other compromising connections between Alex Jones, Stratfor, Zionists, the CIA, and even freemasonry.
Alex Emric Jones’ other Stratfor connections
- Jones used the Stratfor office for a photo op, which is still used on his Infowars donation page?
- Jones employed a former Stratfor intern named Molly Maroney as editor in chief of Infowars magazine for over a year up until the summer of 2013
- Jones planted a bogus story about Stratfor to throw people off his trail
- Strafor is physically located a hop, skip, and a jump from Alex Jones and his Judeo-Masonic cohorts
- Stratfor appears to have plotted to get an Alex Jones-connected political figure elected in Texas
- Infowars and Stratfor were founded in Austin, Texas virtually at the same in 1996
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Posted by Timothy Fitzpatrick on May 25, 2014