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The Jesuit Brothers of the Pyramid shaping events in 2014. Part Four

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This is out of the book "Washington in the Lap of Rome, 1888" author Justin F. Fulton.  The below is out of the forward written by Christian Pinto.  To purchase the book   Click Here

Sam Adams & The Rights Of The Colonists

So tenacious and subversive was the Catholic Church in old Europe, that men like John Locke and Sammuel Adams excluded those of that religion from the ordinary rights of citizens. Adams (quoting Locke) best explained why Roman Catholics were barred from involvement in American colonial politics in his renowned work, The Rights of the Colonists in 1772:

"And it is now generally agreed among Christians that this spirit of toleration....is the chief characteristically mark of the church. Insomuch that Mr. Locke has asserted and proved....that such toleration ought to be extended to all whose doctrines are not subversive of society. The only sects which he thinks ought to be, and which by all wise laws are excluded from such toleration, are those who teach doctrines subversive of the civil government under which they live.

"The Roman Catholics or Papists are excluded by reason of such doctrines as these: that princes excommunicated may be deposed, and those that they call heretics may be destroyed without mercy; besides their recognizing the pope in so absolute a manner, in subversion of government, by introducing....imperium in imperio....leading directly to the worst anarchy and confusion, civil discord, and bloodshed."

The Latin phrase imperium in imperio means "an order within an order." If Sam Adams were alive today, he might be branded as a conspiracy theorist, for suggesting that the Papists set up secret orders in society whose purpose is the subvert the regular powers of government.

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