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The “Catholic” Arm of Libertarianism

by on February 21, 2012
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(left, Ignatius Loyala, the Marrano Jew who founded the Jesuit Order.)

The Jesuits were never true Catholics. Jesuits are part of a long-term Illuminati Jewish plot to infiltrate and subvert Catholicism from within, even though most Jesuits are probably not aware of it.

Indeed, Lew Rockwell is right: the Salamancan Jesuits, AKA the Illuminati, were behind modern Libertarianism. 

By Memehunter for Henry Makow and Real Currencies

In a reply to Proof Libertarianism is an Illuminati ploy, in which Anthony Migchels pointed to the Jewish money behind Austrian Economics, the Daily Bell noted that many prominent current Libertarians were Catholics, including Lew Rockwell, Pat Buchanan, Thomas Woods, and Justin Raimondo.

That may be true, but it does not refute the dominant Jewish character of Libertarianism. Ludwig von Mises, Murray Rothbard, and Ayn Rand were Jewish. Professor Martha Steffy Browne, a member of Mises’ private seminar on economics in Vienna, noted that 23 out of 29 attendees were of Jewish descent.

Jesuits AKA Illuminati
However, it is ironic that both the Daily Bell and Gary North attempted to ridicule our claim that Libertarianism was an Illuminati ploy.

Why? Because Lew Rockwell himself, the founder of the Ludwig von Mises Institute, actually identified the Spanish Jesuits associated with the University of Salamanca as the founders of modern “free-market” thinking.

Ignatius of Loyola, founder of the Jesuit Order and himself a student at Salamanca, was linked to the Alumbrados, the precursors of the modern Illuminati. Loyola was also a Marrano, a converted Jew.

The Jesuits were never true Catholics. Jesuits are part of a long-term Illuminati Jewish plot to infiltrate and subvert Catholicism from within, even though most Jesuits are probably not aware of it.

Indeed, Rockwell is right: the Salamancan Jesuits, AKA the Illuminati, were behind modern Libertarianism. More than that: Austrian economics descend in a straight line from the ideas of the Alumbrados. Carl Menger, the founder of the Austrian School, was strongly influenced by the Salamancan Jesuits and quoted them in his Principles of Economics.

Zionists, Jesuits, Illuminati: all in it together?
Theodor Herzl, the founder of modern Zionism, studied political economy with Menger, and law with his brother Anton Menger, at the University of Vienna.

The House of Habsburg, one of the most powerful Black Nobility families, was closely associated with Austrian economists. Carl Menger was the personal tutor of Archduke Rudolf von Habsburg and accompanied him in his travels for three years.

Ludwig von Mises was one of the closest economic advisors to Otto von Habsburg, head of the Habsburg dynasty and co-founder, with arch-Zionist Richard Coudenhove-Kalergi, of the Pan-Europa Movement which promoted a unified Europe as early as 1923.

Later, Mises worked with Coudenhove-Kalergi, who studied at the Jesuit-controlled Theresianum in Vienna and whose father was a close friend of Herzl.

From the very beginning, Illuminati elites have supported Libertarianism from behind the scenes, and they continue to do so today. As shown in “Proof Libertarianism is an Illuminati Ploy”, the ultra-wealthy Zionist Koch family founded both the Catholic-friendly John Birch Society and the Libertarian CATO Institute. Both groups endorse Austrian economics. The Koch brothers are also heavily involved in the Tea Party. Perennial Libertarian candidate Ron Paul is sponsored by business magnate Peter Thiel, a member of the steering committee of the Bilderberg Group.

Jesuits and Libertarianism today
The association between Jesuits and Austrian economics is still going strong. Universities with a significant Austrian presence are all controlled by Jesuits or by Freemasonry:  George Mason University, which hosted the first “academic” Freemason lodge in Virginia, Loyola University, and Auburn University, which was originally known as “Alabama Masonic College”. The Ludwig von Mises Institute is also located in Auburn, Alabama.

“Catholic” Libertarian Pat Buchanan, a Knight of Malta, attended Jesuit-run Gonzaga College High School and Jesuit hotbed Georgetown University.

“Catholic” Austrian scholar Thomas Woods has struggled mightily to justify the Austrian School’s endorsement of usury, which goes against authentic Catholic teachings. Woods supported his position by quoting Jesuit theologian Leonard Lessius (1554-1623), who, in his words, “played a significant role in eroding the interest prohibition.”

What is wrong with Libertarianism?
Libertarianism emphasizes individual freedom, but fails to recognize that humans are social beings, not isolated individuals. Self-interest reigns supreme for libertarians, but there is no room for social justice.

Although informed by “Catholic” Jesuit doctrines, Austrian economics accepts and even justifies usury, which is contrary to the following Bible verses: Psalm 15:5, Exodus 22:25, and Leviticus 25:36-37. Another Bible verse, Deuteronomy 23:20, states that “you may charge a foreigner interest, but not an Israelite”.

Meanwhile, the Austrian crowd has no problem calling for deflation. In fact, Austrians deny that their coveted Gold Standard is as deflationary as can be. They blame the State for everything but ignore Money Power. They refuse to see that Gold has been under the control of Money Power for centuries. Worse, they sell their specie by professing unabashedly that ‘Bankers hate Gold’.

Communism and Libertarianism: a 500-year old Illuminati dialectic
Of course, the same Jesuits AKA Illuminati who concocted Libertarianism also perfected the system of reductions, a sort of proto-Communism, in 17th-century Paraguay. These same Jesuits later taught Karl Marx, another Jew.

Libertarianism and Communism are the two poles of a 500-year old Illuminati dialectic, with extreme individualism, exemplified by Rand’s “virtuous selfishness”, at one end, and extreme collectivism, encapsulated by Marx’s “From each according to his abilities, to each according to his needs”, at the other end.

The Illuminati dialectic leaves no room for a middle ground, for a balance between individualism and collectivism, between anarchy and totalitarianism. This is the trap that they have set up for us.

It is no surprise that Jesuits and the Illuminati have been banned from several countries over the last few centuries. What is surprising is that we have forgotten how dangerous their ideologies can be, and how far they can lead us away from true freedom and happiness.

Special thanks to Anthony Migchels

 

Further reading:
How the Money Power created Libertarianism and Austrian Economics

What Gary North is not telling you about Interest
Discussing Gold and Interest with the Daily Bell
Why Gold is so strongly deflationary
Libertarianism’s main fault: Blaming the State while ignoring the Money Power

Top Ten Lies and Mistakes of Austrian Economics
In Defense of Ellen Brown

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32 Comments
  1. Chris permalink

    ““free-market” thinking”

    is

    “Do What Thou Wilt Is The Whole Of The Law” – Aleister Crowley (Jewish)

    Their teachings are nothing but an extension of the kabbalah and the Talmud to corrupt and externalise the dumb goy. The corner stone of the Judaic religion.

    Blavatsky, Bailey, LaVey and Roerich were also Jewish. Look up Ariel Toaff’s Blood Passover.

    Nice people….. Really

  2. John permalink

    The author states, “The Illuminati dialectic leaves no room for a middle ground, for a balance between individualism and collectivism, between anarchy and totalitarianism. This is the trap that they have set up for us.”

    First, collectivism and individualism are polar opposites. Collectivism and individualism cannot long share the same bed. Collectivism and individualism are political, social, and economic oil and water; and neither can compromise its position without eventually succumbing to the other. A “balance” or “middle ground” of collectivism and individualism is impractical. Collectivism and individualism are mortal enemies; only one will survive. As of right now, the world is practicing the principles of collectivism whereas individualism was eradicated. Parenthetically, history shows us a pendulum of collectivism and individualism; in one era, collectivism is favored, and, in another era, individualism is favored. Perhaps in the author’s utopian thinking there may be a balance between collectivism and individualism; however, veracity tells us differently.

    Second, there is no trap established by the Illuminati.The struggle between the individual and the collective is not new; instead, the struggle between the individual and the collective is old as man himself (e.g. the family), thus long before the Illuminati came into existence.

    • memehunter permalink

      The two poles of the dialectic are extreme individualism and extreme collectivism. This should be clear from the article.

      The trap is taking an ideology to its extreme. There is enough evidence that the elites control both sides of this dialectic (see some of the quotes mentioned by deadeyeblog on this thread).

    • Keith Gardner permalink

      anarchy and government can both be a tyranny. anarchy is also force and violence. it isn’t about individualism vs. collectivism. it is about achieving cooperative individualism. it is liberty vs. tyranny.

  3. Spectator permalink

    I second the suggestion to carefully study the work of E. Michael Jones. And congratulations on the work you do in this blog. You have opened an important front in the campaign for truth, and exposed some of the deficiencies of the libertarians, who never steadily face the realities of the money power. And increasingly they form an obfuscation front on the realities of Jewish warfare against the rest of humanity–Jones at least has a coherent and solid analysis of this, as does Kevin MacDonald.

    The gambit of the Daily Bell crowd is to pretend that no such thing exists.

    • Thank you very much Spectator, nice to hear the job is appreciated.

  4. freedomlover permalink

    Memehunter said: “Gary North attempted to ridicule our claim that Libertarianism was an Illuminati ploy.”

    Dear loser,

    Gary North didn’t “attempt” anything. Did you read it at all? Last I looked he wiped the floor with Migchels simply by providing facts. Migchels made it very easy for North, admittedly, by NOT providing facts.

    Probably that’s why neither Migchels or anyone out of the sorry company on this site was able to refute even a single point of Norths text.

  5. Does not fit Freemasonry in this obscure painting?

  6. Jimbo permalink

    Pat Buchanan is not a libertarian. He would call himself a paleo-conservative. Big difference between a paleo-conservative and a libertarian. Although, they have non-intervention in common.

    One significant difference, many, if not most, paleo-conservatives reject so-called “free trade”, while libertarians support “free trade”.

    Here’s Marx in his essay “On the Question of Free Trade”:

    “[i]n general, the protective system of our day is conservative, while the free trade system is destructive. It breaks up old nationalities and pushes the antagonism of the proletariat and the bourgeoisie to the extreme point. In a word, the free trade system hastens the social revolution. It is in this revolutionary sense alone, gentlemen, that I vote in favor of free trade.”

    I was knew about this quote. It’s a good quote to put to a conservative free trader. So many free traders simply accept it because the establishment, international bankers included, promote free trade and the “go along to get along” type fall in line.

    Sadly, for many free traders, it’s a “religion” in that no amount of empirical facts & evidence contradicting “free trade” will shake their “faith”. Maybe quoting Marx’s support of “free trade” will help them wake up. Telling a conservative, they and Marx agree, has got to be a jarring experience for a conservative.

  7. ron permalink

    Hi Anthony the best blog in the net. Keep on ; totally agree in your posts, you know really well the Money Power .Thanks from Spain.What do you think of Feder ideas?THANKS

    • Wow Ron, high praise, thanks a lot!

      Feder was a great visionary. How about the text below? Would be a nice 0,9 version for today’s Occupy Wallstreet, no?

      Presented in Public Debate in Wagner Hall, Munich,
      11 April 1921

      The German Federation for the Abolition of Interest Slavery, hereinafter called “The Federation,” demands the following:

      1) We demand the nationwide discontinuation of interest payments, which is nothing more than robbery of the nation on behalf of global finance.

      2) Specifically we demand revocation of the privilege given a certain private corporation, namely the Reichsbank, to print money anywhere in the country.
      This revocation should be accomplished through the nationalization of the Reichsbank.

      (3) We demand nationalization of all those banks that no longer perform their valid socioeconomic task of facilitating the circulation, movement and transfer of money.
      Those banks have ruthlessly taken command of our economic life. They are extorting tribute from the productive sector of our economy in the form of ever-increasing interest.

      4) We demand adequate compensation for the devaluation of savings on behalf of small pensioners.The devaluation that resulted from the government’s finance and tax policies has ruined everyone.

      5) We demand specifically that the economic independence and future of Bavaria not be jeopardized by the assignment of our priceless natural resource, waterpower, to private finance capital.

      6) We demand that the State undertake the development of water resources by utilizing our own labor resources.The State should create the necessary monetary instruments through its own financial authority.These instruments will be covered by income from the power plants that are built.

      {Page 111}

      7) We demand that the State use its national assets and taxing power for productive undertakings, not to provide necessary collateral for borrowing money.

      8) We demand restrictions on the raising of capital by corporations.Joint stock corporations should use their profits to increase their productive capacity and nothing else.They should not be allowed to pay unprecedented dividends while at the same time assuming unprecedented debt.These massive amounts of new (borrowed) money represent more debt, demanding additional interest that can only lead to increased inflation

      The Federation rejects the imputation that its demands are “utopian” and “designed to spread unrest among the people.”

      The recovery of our national economy can be achieved only by discontinuing national debt service, is vitally important for everyone.
      Therefore, it is not “utopian.”

      Whatever public unrest exists is created by the opponents of economic recovery and by no one else.

      It is true that individual selfish interests will harmed here and there, but discontinuation of interest payments is a necessary act that can no more be avoided than can a life-saving operation be avoided on account of the associated discomfort.

      The Federation insists that the national economic crisis demands a solution!

      The havoc wreaked by our financial policies is affecting the entire nation!

      These failed policies aggravate all our social problems.

      At present, our government cannot satisy the private need for credit.

      An effective program would entail a complete abolition of interest, for which there is historical precedent.

      At present, interest rates are left to the unrestricted demand of the lenders.

      {Page 112}

      A solution to the present crisis can be found only by requiring the lender to share risk as well as profit.The lender should not receive a blanket guarantee on investment plus other ever-increasing charges plus the constant unearned growth of wealth through fixed interest.

      The Federation proposes the liberation of all Western nations from their stupendous indebtedness.The abolition of interest slavery is the necessary prerequisite for the solution of ever country’s crisis, not just Germany’s crisis.We have proposed a plan to end the titanic struggle now raging between Labor and Capital in favor of the freedom to work and produce.Our plan shows how to accomplish this without undermining the acquisition of wealth through individual effort, industriousness and intellectual achievement.

      Only by abolishing interest slavery can Germany achieve reconciliation in a nation torn by class conflict.
      It can be achieved only by putting an end to the unearned income that is derived from the possession of money.
      Our greatest social task is the abolition of interest slavery.
      This responsibility to abolish interest slavery towers above all other issues of the day.
      It is the only solution to the greatest problem of our time.

      The abolition of interest slavery will deliver us from global Capitalist domination.
      It will accomplish this while avoiding both Communist destruction of the human spirit and Capitalist degradation of labor.
      The abolition of interest slavery opens the way to a truly social economy, by liberating us from the overwhelming domination of money.
      It opens the way to a state based on creative work and
      genuine accomplishment

      • ron permalink

        Thanks to the response i will try to put my grain as well .If the gelre is working out i ll go to live there

  8. GoldBug permalink

    Did I miss your attempt of a point by point falsification of Dr. Norths article, Mr. Migchels?

    http://www.garynorth.com/public/9117print.cfm

    Or am I right in thinking that you can’t deliver?

  9. You guys are really kicking some a$$ lately. The Gary North hit piece was a joke. It seems you’re becoming a real bee in the Austrian bonnet, and they have to resort to slander and misrepresentations.

    All this “Austrian” stuff, which is simply what used to be called “liberalism” (ie Ricardo, Mill, Bentham, Adam Smith), was nothing more than propaganda created to resurrect British / holy roman imperialism after the US Civil war and German unification had created shockwaves of nationalism throughout the US and Europe. Even the term “Austrian school” was used mockingly because it was known to be the doctrine of the impotent Hapsburgs.

    In the late 18th century, Britain failed to convince America to be a backwater “agrarian” slave plantation for the British empire. Then after some decay in the growth of the confederacy, you got a nationalist resurgence in the mid 19th century, culminating in the US civil war and the Austro-Prussian war, both won decisively for nationalism. Then 20 years later you got Marxism, which is basically identical in its goals to liberalism (free trade, parochialism, and ultimately the end of nation-states). Here’s Marx in his essay “On the Question of Free Trade”:

    “[i]n general, the protective system of our day is conservative, while the free trade system is destructive. It breaks up old nationalities and pushes the antagonism of the proletariat and the bourgeoisie to the extreme point. In a word, the free trade system hastens the social revolution. It is in this revolutionary sense alone, gentlemen, that I vote in favor of free trade.”

    Different justification, same program.

    The catholic church, which at various times was the world’s leading force against liberalism, has been totally infected by this bullshit – you guys should spend some time reading Culture Wars magazine or E. Michael Jones’ books. I do some work for a catholic university in the US that should just change its name to the “Hebrew University of Free Trade, Homeland Security and Alternative Lifestyles.” You’ve got extreme outliers like Tom Woods or the Acton Institute, but even the Pope’s encyclical on economics (Caritas en Veritae) is a total, shameful submission to globalization.

    Keep up the great work!

    • Great deadeye! “[i]n general, the protective system of our day is conservative, while the free trade system is destructive. It breaks up old nationalities and pushes the antagonism of the proletariat and the bourgeoisie to the extreme point. In a word, the free trade system hastens the social revolution. It is in this revolutionary sense alone, gentlemen, that I vote in favor of free trade.’

      Thanks for the quote. Could it be more clear?

      • Marx: “Let the capitalists run wild so we get a social cataclysm that results in global feudalism.”
        Von Mises: “Legalize global feudalism so the capitalists can run wild.”

        • GoldBug permalink

          Can you prove that Ludwig von Mises actually uttered or wrote that sentence?

          Please provide conclusive evidence. That should be easy for you, since Von Mises entire work is online at no charge here:

          http://mises.org/Literature/Author/280/Ludwig-von-Mises

          Or are you just another footman who fabricates “quotes” to further an anti-freedom agenda?

          • Of course not, dumb ass. It’s a caricature.
            Let’s see – the end of all national borders, trade barriers, regulations, subsidies, labor unions, wage standards, etc. – To be replaced with one-on-one relations in “the free market”? Sounds like feudalism to me! At least Marx was honest enough to endorse it by name.

          • memehunter permalink

            How about these quotes from Coudenhove-Kalergi (link provided in the article):

            “The fight between Capitalism and Communism over the inheritance of the beseeched blood aristocracy is a fratricidal war of the victorious brain aristocracy, a fight between individualistic and socialist, egoist and altruist, heathen and Christian spirit.

            The general staff of both parties is recruited from Europe’s spiritual leader race [Führerrasse] the Jews.”

            • hahaha, what a quote!

  10. I know rduanewilling, we’re not saying the jesuits rule. They’re just one faction of what you call BIZWOG. But it’s interesting because the jesuit connection is so obvious in this case, while they themselves try to downplay the BIZWOG connection by pointing at Catholicism.

  11. You imagine too much. The answer to your New world order is BIZWOG (British-Israel Zionist World Occupation Government). Forget about jesuits, rothbergers or what ever. Get real in real time with the reconstructed third temple in Jerusalem and BIZWOG to rule by controlling all the money of the planet. Bible preachers say its in their books. Thanks Rduanewilling.

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