The Vietnam War: A Vatican Crusade!
What was the prime mover behind the conflict of Vietnam? Quite simply, it was the Vatican and the Jesuits. Former Knight of Malta Avro Manhattan, the world’s foremost authority on Roman Catholicism in politics, wrote a book detailing the entire story.
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If the war in Vietnam was a Papal crusade, how do we know that the wars in Iraq/Afghanistan aren’t?
The Vatican/Jesuit influence has only grown since then. It’s interesting that the head of US Central Command was educated at a Jesuit university, as is the head of the Defense Department (and his predecessor). The head of the US Army was also trained at a Jesuit school. The Chairman of the Joint Chiefs, Michael Mullen, is a Catholic.’
Most interesting are actions that John F. Kennedy took in relation to the Vietnam War, shortly before his death. On page 264 of his book, JFK: The CIA, Vietnam, and The Plot to Assassinate John F. Kennedy, Col. L. Fletcher Prouty tells us:
With this report in hand, President Kennedy had what he wanted. It contained the essence of decisions he had to make. He had to get re-elected to finish programs set in motion during his first term; he had to get Americans out of Vietnam.
So, if the Vietnam War was a war fought for Papal motives, then the Vatican would have ample reason to involve itself in Kennedy’s assassination. Indeed, one who looks will find that Oswald’s chief handler in New Orleans, Clay Shaw, was a Knight of Malta. Oswald’s cousin was a Jesuit who had him speak at a Jesuit center about Russia.
His other handler, David Ferrie, was educated at a private Jesuit school and was a defrocked Catholic priest.
The FBI/CIA were headed by Knights of Malta at the time of the assassination, and the Secret Service was headed by James Rowland, a Roman Catholic man whose brother, Francis, was a Jesuit priest.
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