The Jesuit's Ruthless Subversion of China
Speaking presentation (duration50m28s)
Pope Pius VII issued Papal Bull 'Sollicitudo omnium ecclesiarum' that secured the indispensability of the Jesuit Order (IHS) in perpetuity. Since this date the Vatican has been controlled by the jesuits. Now we see their covert authority culminating overtly–with the first official jesuit ‘Pope’ being Jorge Mario Bergoglio (‘Francis’) in 2013
Please remember that the Society of Jesus (IHS/the Jesuit Order) was created and authorized as a covert militia to counter the great reformation; to crush and eradicate heresy. IHS was recklessly authorized by Pope Paul III with Papal bull ‘Regimini militantis ecclesiae’ in 1540.
The Jesuit’s stated modus operandi is ostensibly, any act, no matter how iniquitous or evil, is justified as a means to their end–under their service to the Pontiff of Rome. Jesuits are vassals; absolute, unwavering obedience to the Jesuit Superior General. Their brutal training as candidates of induction is so thorough, it is said that there is no such thing as a disobedient jesuit, and that post indoctrination, there is no remaining residue of who they were prior to this prolonged traumatic process of ‘re-education’.
Please read the excerpt from IHS Secret Oath of Induction within this short.
The following quote (among others of it's sort), along with the Jesuit order's installment of fifth column agency (missionary) and the establishment of quasi-academic institution (jesuit schools & colleges) from the 1500's, has led some researchers to conclude that the jesuits have had control of China since the 1700’s, however my research concludes that in actuality, the Papacy's complete control of China was finally established with the CIA’s installation of Mao; with the Papacy's cultivation, and galvanization of 'Chinese' communism (now 'CCP' technocracy):
”See, sir, from this Chamber, I govern, not only to Paris, but to China; not only to China, but to all the world, without anyone knowing how i do it."
-Michelangelo Tamburini (14th Jesuit Superior General from 1706-1730).
IHS founder Ignatius Loyola sent his finest founding member Francis Xavier to China in the 1500's, as he was aware that in order to satisfy the jesuit induction oath, the dictates born from the Council of Trent (1545-1563) and the imperialist declarations of the Papacy, China must be rid of 'heresy' (ideological variation or opposition to Rome).
One of the most successful and possibly one of the most embarrassing examples of IHS' infiltration of China is the story of Joseph-Marie Amoit: considering the notion of 'Chinese whispers'...
Jesuit Joseph-Marie Amiot (1718-1793), official translator of Western languages for Emperor Qianlong, c. 1790. Joseph Marie Amiot was born at Toulon. He entered the Society of Jesus (IHS) in 1737 and was sent in 1750 as a missionary to China. He soon won the confidence of the Qianlong Emperor and spent the remainder of his life at Beijing. He was a correspondent of the Académie des Sciences, official translator of Western languages for Emperor Qianlong, and the spiritual leader of the French mission in Peking. He died in Peking in 1793.(Harvard.edu)
Sun Tzu’s Art of War has become an iconic work, a commonly cited treatise with cross-over interest and application in academia, military, business management, and even popular culture. Sun Tzu (544-496 BC), a Chinese military strategist, revered and influential throughout Asia, was virtually unknown in Western culture for centuries until the French Jesuit missionary, Jean Joseph Marie Amiot, translated his masterpiece into French in 1772.(Alamay)