Edmund A. Walsh Patton
Before you read this page, please understand my motive for sharing this historical article about Dwight D. Eisenhower and Jesuit Edmond A. Walsh of the School of Foreign Service of Georgetown University. 1. We have to ask our self, what is so special about Walsh, that a President of the United States would be so involved in a School of Foreign Service at a Jesuit University? 2. What was Walsh's involvement in going to Russia in 1922? 3. Jesuit Superior General Ledochowski(Jesuit Black Pope) appointed Walsh to negotiate with Lenin in Russia.(Is the black pope running the U.S. foreign policy?) 4. Why was Walsh by the side of General MacArthur in Tokyo in 1948? 5. Why was he a "consultant" to the U.S. Chief of Counsel at the Nuremberg Trials (1945-1946)? 6. Why do we have a Jesuit going around the world as a foreign ambassador for the Government of the United States? 7. Could it be the same reason there is a Jesuit pope occupying the Vatican? 8. Why have the Jesuits been kick out of 80 countries? History tells us they were kicked out for meddling in government affairs.
General Patton, after whom the Patton tank is named, was the most outstanding, the most daring, the most original and the most honest allied General during World War II. On account of his fiery integrity, brilliance, and exceptional bravery, lesser generals like Eisenhower, even though they were senior to him, feared General Patton.