Subversive Fingerprints


Why do people think what they do? The following names listed below have played a significant and influential part in the formation of fashionable opinion and a neo-Marxist culture in the West today. At root is a diabolical influence which threatens the existence not only of traditional customs but any trace of Christian society which was an aim of Karl Marx as published in his Communist Manifesto. In the third apparition at Fatima on 13th July 1917 The Blessed Virgin said to three shepherd children:

“… I shall come to ask for the Consecration of Russia to my Immaculate Heart, and the Communion of reparation on the First Saturdays. If my requests are heeded, Russia will be converted, and there will be peace; if not, she will spread her errors throughout the world, causing wars and persecutions of the Church. The good will be martyred; the Holy Father will have much to suffer; various nations will be annihilated.” 

Secular Humanism and the dogmatic views of those who have promulgated it.

George Holyoake (Atheist) British secularist and newspaper editor

 John Locke (English philosopher): Freemason

 John Stuart Mill (British philosopher): Atheist

 John Maynard Keynes (British economist): Director of the Eugenics Society, 1937-1944

 Erasmus Darwin (Physician & Poet): Freemason. Grandfather of Charles Darwin

 Charles Darwin (Evolutionist): Humanist

 Joseph Banks (English Botanist): Freemason

 Inigo Jones (Architect): Freemason

 Samuel Johnson (Writer): Freemason

 Anthony Trollope (Novelist): Freemason

 Voltaire (French writer and philosopher): Freemason

 Jean-Jacques Rousseau (French philosopher and Writer): Freemason

 Jeremy Bentham (British philosopher): Freemason

 Sigmund Freud (Austrian neurologist): Freemason

 Carl Jung (Swiss psychotherapist and psychiatrist): Gnostic

 Adam Weishaupt (Founder of the Illuminati): Freemason

 Marquis de Lafayette (French Aristocrat): Freemason

 Goethe (German writer and Statesman): Freemason

 Giuseppe Garibaldi (Italian General and politician): Freemason

 Oscar Wilde (playwright and poet): Freemason (alleged deathbed conversion to Catholicism).

 Carl Rodgers (influential Psychologist): Inspired by Nietzsche and Freud

 Christopher Hill (Marxist Historian): Communist

 Eric Hobsbawm (Marxist Historian): Communist

 Emile Durkheim (French Sociologist): Marxist

 Auguste Comte (Founder of Sociology): Freemason and Marxist

 Max Weber (German Sociologist): ideas heavily influenced by Marxism

 John Dewey (influential American educationalist): Gnostic

 Michael Focault (French philosopher and social theorist): Marxist and Atheist

 Rosa Luxemburg (Marxist Revolutionary): Communist and founder of The Spartacus League

 Antonio Gramsci (Communist): Leading exponent of cultural Marxism

 Leon Trotsky (Communist): Freemason and Internationalist Revolutionary

 Lenin (Communist): Freemason and Revolutionary who first coined the term political correctness in 1922

 Karl Marx (Communist): Freemason and Communist Revolutionary

 Teilhard de Chardin (Gnostic): Liberal theologian and New Age Modernist

 Karl Rahner (Heretic): Liberal theologian and Modernist

 Frederich Nietzsche (German philosopher): Nihilist and Atheist

 Jean Paul Sartre (French philosopher and novelist): Atheist Existentialist and occasional Marxist

 Norman Vincent Peale (American author): Freemason

 Gustave Eiffel (Designer & Architect): Freemason

 Valery Giscard D’Estaing (former French President): Freemason and founder of the EU

 Helmut Schmidt (former West German Chancellor): Freemason.

 Harry Truman (U.S. President): Freemason

 Franklin D. Roosevelt (U.S. President): Freemason

 Annibale Bugnini (Architect of The Novus Ordo Missae): Freemason and Modernist.


“It is only in our confrontation with a personal God that we become fully aware of our condition as creatures, and fling from us the last particle of self-glory. The idealists who cherish ethical autonomy, the pantheists, the theosophists: these are all bent on escaping from subordination to an almighty Lord, and consequently, from relinquishing a certain minimum sovereignty which flatters their pride.”

Dietrich von Hildebrand. (On Humility: From his book, Transformation In Christ)



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