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Sun May 26, 2019, 08:09 AM

17. Good, in depth article. Rec, thanks.

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It could add info that the catholic part of the ratline, which aided nazi war criminals, acted through opus dei and spain.

JP II was a chemical salesman for IG Farben, before the war ended.

The Federalist Society are bircher founded and funded, in '82. (see sourcewatch: https://www.sourcewatch.org/index.php/Federalist_Society_for_Law_and_Public_Policy_Studies ) The birchers had been virulently anti-catholic, up til that time. Ask JFK.

The opentabernacle article points out that "In 1982, Pope John Paul II designated [Opus Dei] as a “personal prelature,” that is, they are under the sole jurisdiction of the pope and no other prelate." ... "Non-Catholics are welcomed as “cooperators” who “assist the educational and social undertakings promoted by the Prelature.” "


The question I have is when the non-Catholic cooperators clause was added to the opus dei program. 1983 is when JP II and his Doctrine office head deputy Ratzinger altered canon law to let catholics join protestant freemason groups (which the birchers certainly sprung from and utilized) --

"Unlike the abrogated 1917 CIC canon 2335,[27] however, 1983 CIC canon 1374 does not name any groups it condemns; it states:

A person who joins an association which plots against the Church is to be punished with a just penalty;[k] one who promotes or takes office in such an association is to be punished with an interdict.[83]
This omission led some Catholics and Freemasons, especially in America, to believe that the ban on Catholics becoming Freemasons might have changed..." (because it had changed.) https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Catholicism_and_Freemasonry


In '74, 'ex'-nazi, new klan leader Dave Duke started allowing catholics in the klan, which resulted in some other klan groups allowing them in. The klans also certainly sprung from and utilized the US protestant freemason groups.

(On edit: Duke first ran for office in LA in '75, and LA had a uniquely large % of the electorate that was catholic, for a southern state. Probably explains his reversal on the catholic issue. Can't find info about when the decentralized mason orgs changed their policy and started from their end accepting catholics as members, because as secret societies they don't put that kind of info out there.)

The biggest backer for Duke's idol, tRump, is Robert Mercer. So, what is he, bircher or opus dei?

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