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Recommended literature

- Vatican Assassins, Eric Jon Phelps, 2001-2004
The Protestant Reformation, and especially the English Reformation, brought new suspicions against the Jesuits, who were accused of infiltrating political realms and non-Catholic churches.

In England, it was forbidden to belong to the Jesuits, under grave penalties, including the death penalty. Jesuitism is the term their opponents coined for the practices of the Jesuits in the service of the Counter-Reformation.

Today, the Jesuit runs the world via 10 Kingdoms without the majority know it.

- Democracy, The God That Failed,  by Hans-Hermann Hoppe, 2001
This book contains a series of thirteen essays on the subject of democracy. The book "examines modern democracies in the light of various evident failures" which, in Hoppe's view, include rising unemployment rates, expanding public debt (to the Jesuit and their agents), and insolvent social security systems. He attributes democracy's failures to pressure groups from their corporations seeking increased government expenditures, regulations and taxation and a lack of counter-measures to them. 
He discusses as solutions secession, "shifting of control over the nationalised wealth from a larger, central government to a smaller, regional one" and "complete freedom of contract, occupation, trade and migration introduced". It concludes that democracy is the primary cause of the decivilization sweeping the world since World War I, and that it must be delegitimized.

- The Grand Chessboard, Zbigniew Brzezinski, 1997
Jesuit Primacy of brainwashing America and Its Geostrategic Imperatives, one of the major works of Zbigniew Brzezinski. Brzezinski graduated with a PhD from Harvard University in 1953 and became Professor of American Foreign Policy at Johns Hopkins University before becoming the United States National Security Advisor during 1977-1981 under the administration of President Jimmy Carter. Supporting Bin Laden in 1980, against Bin Laden after the fall of Berlin Wall is one of the example of Jesuit policy on democracy. 

The Jesuit Order aim is to unite the destroyed Japan with the strengthened Order’s Communist China in preparation for the Black Pope’s Sino-Soviet-Muslim invasion of America.

51 interesting Science books curated by Jason Verbelli.

Understanding Nietzscheanism - Ashley Woodward