From American Politics

The Battle Against the Working Class

The following passage is from Chapter V, pp. 129-130 of Nazi Conspiracy and Aggression, Vol. 1 (1947), and accurately details a small part of the jesuits’ plan to destroy the Middle Class in all countries, this example in Nazi Germany. Without a working class, what are we left with? The wealthy and rich on one side, who are held hostage by their own money and wealth, and the broke and poor on the other, dependent on the state for welfare and support.

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The Jesuits’ Hidden Hand: Its Dirty Fingers Stir Every Important Pot

There are many brilliant economists and physicist who attempt to predict the behaviors of global and local markets, and some are sometimes reasonably accurate in their predictions.

These people live and work in a tightly closed, highly regulated system that is sometimes manipulated just enough to effect a certain outcome, one that could never have been predicted by a brilliant scientist or economist.

Why?

It is not because they lack the thinking smarts. Not by any stretch. These people clearly are some of the best we humans have to offer.  Read more

The New Age Of Caligulation And Deformity Of The American Spirit And Moral Intellect

June 15, 2017

Dear Americans,

So many of us are at a loss to explain the events over the last 16 years, since the jesuits carried out the false-flag attack on the twin towers in New York City and ushered in a highly accelerated plan to subjugate the liberties of Americans.

A whirlwind of false news from BigMedia has not made it any easier, either, further clouding all the major players who took part in the attack.

Those of us who have taken the time and effort to study these events know that they have been accelerating and increasing in magnitude, with more and more calls for gun control in America, and tighter restrictions of our personal liberties. We are less than one carefully orchestrated step away from insanity. Read more

The Hidden Dangers Of Google’s AI-Generated Toxic-Speech Filter

Little by little, we Americans are being further attacked and shackled by a system too big to fight, although most Americans don’t even notice it, because of the thousands of distractions that effectively silence one’s subconscious alarms.

Such words provide little to no hope for the rest of us who do: a system too big to fight.

Before we give up altogether, let’s consider the latest hidden dangers to our Universal liberties: Google’s artificial-intelligence (AI)-generated toxic-speech filter, Perspective. Read more

Every American Should Read My New Book: Romanic Depression

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Author and researcher Sean Maclaren presents a four-part series that reveals how the nearly 500-year-old Society of Jesus, the Jesuits, have designed, built and destroyed the United States of America.

Using examples from all sectors of society, Maclaren also details the mechanisms used by the Jesuits to cleverly hide their efforts in plain sight, while distracting Americans with endless forms of entertainment.

The first book of the series includes chapters on Government; Politics; Religion; News and Media; Morals and Values; Guns, Drugs and Sex; Military; Healthcare and Medicine; Education; and Criminal Justice.

The book also contains 25 pages of excellent references for those who wish to investigate further.

Print version is available from bookstores via Ingram.

Please ask your bookstore to carry this title (ISBN: 978-0996767736).

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American Politics: The Grand Lie

AmmunitionSpellman“Jesuit math: 1/2 truth + 1/2 truth = The Whole Truth.” —William Garner

The following chapter is from my book, ROMANIC DEPRESSION: How the Deadlight of the Black Pope and the Jesuit Militia Distort the History of The United States of AmericaI, available on Amazon.

In the early 17th century, the Old World of Europe was becoming stale and unproductive, her workers and toilers growing uneasy with continued monarchical rule that favored the ruling elite and did little if anything useful for the working class and poor, which were more difficult to manipulate and control. Read more