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Reading of "Rulers of Evil" F. Tupper Saussy by Jörg Glismann Chap 12

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Chapter 12  Lorenzo Riccs War

LORENZO RICCI’S strategy of dividing the British imperial system can be discerned in events occurring as early as 1752. In that year, Catholic interests in America were rather poorly managed by the Congregation for the Propaganda at Rome, depending upon a tangle of ambassadors (or nuncios) and intermediaries in Madrid, Paris, London, and Brussels. The Jesuit mission was to consolidate these often adversarial parts into a dynamic and independent whole governed directly from the mind of the black papacy.

In 1752 , the Society of Jesus was brilliantly powerful, and had been so for nearly a century. “Most statesmen,” a fine Jesuit historian has written, “reckoned that the Society was a major force in politics, an international Great Power, acting primarily for its ownintetests.” Lorenzo Ricci had been Spiritual Father of this great power for nearly a year. Although that title assured h im of unanimous election as Superior General upon the demise of General Luigi Centurioni, it presently endowed him with diplomatic oversight embracing the whole world.  Ricci’s particular geographic interests included France and its possessions in New France - the whole Mississippi valley, from Canada and the Great Lakes down to the Gulf of Mexico; and England and its colonies in New England - all the lands to the south of French Canada and north of Spanish Florida stretching from the Atlantic to the Pacific coasts.

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