Thursday, March 31, 2005

The Pope, the Vatican and the CIA

http://www.puritans.net/bookreviewingodsname.htm

http://rigorousintuition.blogspot.com/2004/08/yellow-cake-and-black-shirts.html

The book 'In God's Name' by David Yallop is about the alleged murder of Albino Luciani, Pope John Paul I, in 1978.

Why might John Paul I have been murdered?

According to Yallop this was partly because John Paul I was intending to excommunicate 100 top-ranking Vatican officials who were Freemasons.

Several of these Freemasons were allegedly co-conspirators in the Vatican Bank scandal, in which 2.4 billion US dollars were reportedly embezzled from the bank.

The masterminds of this bank crime were reportedly members of Italy's P2 masonic society.

Barbara Honnegar, author of 'October Surprise' believes that both Alexander Haig and Henry Kissinger were key members of P2.

P2 was reportedly a fascist movement with links to the mafia.

After John Paul I's death:

1) Karol Wojtlya, allegedly the CIA's candidate, was elected as John Paul II.

2) John Paul II reportedly "sat" on the banking scandal.

3) Ronald Reagan allegedly bailed out the Vatican Bank with $300 million of "discretionary CIA funds."

4) Church canon law was changed in 1982 so that membership in the Freemasons was no longer grounds for excommunication from the Church of Rome.

There was no autopsy performed on John Paul I.

Reportedly, many members of "P2", the secret Masonic society, carry with them a fatal dose of digitalis - on the advice of the society's founder, Licio Gelli.

In 1982, P2 member Roberto Calvi was found hanged under Blackfriars Bridge in London, shortly before 1 billion dollars was found to be missing from the Vatican-owned Banco Ambrosiano.

Some think the Mafia murdered him. Others think that Gelli, the Grand Master of P2, had him murdered. Others think that the secret society so highly thought of by John Paul II - Opus Dei, did it.

Many of the CIA are reportedly members of Opus Dei.

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http://rigorousintuition.blogspot.com/2004/08/yellow-cake-and-black-shirts.html

From Barbara Honegger's 'October Surprise':

When the Italian police raided (P2 Lodge founder) Gelli's home in March 1981, it was Michael Ledeen who, at the instigation of Alexander Haig and Henry Kissinger, offered to buy the list of 953 P2 members in an apparent attempt to keep it from becoming public.

Henry Kissinger had reportedly sent Ledeen to Italy to try to squash an investigation into his and Haig's involvement in the founding of P2.

Some of Ledeen's own words, on a leadership trait he admires, from his book Universal Fascism:In order to achieve the most noble accomplishments, the leader may have to 'enter into evil.' This is the chilling insight that has made Machiavelli so feared, admired and challenging... we are rotten.... It’s true that we can achieve greatness if, and only if, we are properly led.

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