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Chris Hani, Jesuits, the Pope and Mugabe.

19 March 2013, 07:26

With the election of Francis 1, Jesuit Pope, and his association with the abduction, torture, murder and disappearance of tens of thousands during Argentina's dictatorship in the 1970s , I am reminded of a very tense time in South Africa shortly before Nelson Mandela became President.


 In 1993 Chris Hani was assassinated. Two things about this assassination have always stuck with me and remain unresolved. The first is the actual assassin.  Janusz Walus, who came from Poland. The Pope at the time was the Pole,  Karol Józef Wojtyla, Pope John Paul 11. There is little to no information on Janusz Walus, no information on his life before he came to South Africa, not even a Wikipedia page on where he was born.  


Two other people were involved. Clive John Derby-Lewis who was educated at -Christian Brothers' College and an extraordinary minister of Holy Communion, and  his wife Gaye Derby-Lewis, a former nun originally from Australia. Gaye was provided with a hit list of senior ANC members that were to be targeted. What strikes me here is the Roman Catholic Church's involvement in the promotion of fascist states and the links that it has to assassinations both in South America and in South Africa. It has also crossed my mind that both Clive and Janusz Walus were Jesuits. 


In the article "The Mafia, The CIA, & The Vatican's Intelligence Apparatus,"the link between the Roman Catholic Church, the Nazis, the CIA and the Apartheid regime becomes more focused, as well as the role that Lydnon LaRouche played in the capture of Nelson Mandela and his subsequent involvement  in Southern Africa up to and including the LaRouche support of Robert Mugabe. Taking all these connections into consideration it is not surprising then that in spite of the EU travel ban placed on Robert Mugabe, he is attending the inauguration mass of the Jesuit Pope Francis 1. 


Recently  South African Catholic Cardinal Wilfrid Fox Napier described paedophilia as an illness and not a crime.The Nazi Pope Benedict has resigned due to covering up thousands of cases of paedophilia committed by priests throughout the world, without bringing the perpetrators to justice. Rather than being removed from society as any other person would be, these criminals have been shuffled off to other schools and churches where they have repeated their crimes. One hopes that Cardinal Wilfrid Fox Napier has not and will not take this course of action, but will report such crimes to the relevant authorities who will deal with it in a proper court of law, rather than hiding it in a confessional as an "illness"to be dealt with by a couple of Hail Marys. 


What kind of Pope will Francis 1 be? And what kind of political implications does this have for countries around the world, when fascism, assassination, child sex abuse and a Jesuit vow to crush all "heretical" Protestants, Calvinists and  Huguenots is part of their past and present philosophy? It appears that the Inquisition is alive and well and continues with the persecution of all who oppose the dominance of Rome. 


The Truth Behind Jorge Mario Bergoglio, Pope Francis: Breaking the Silence, the Catholic Church in Argentina and the ‘Dirty War’

http://www.globalresearch.ca/the-truth-behind-pope-francis-breaking-the-silence-the-catholic-church-in-argentina-and-the-dirty-war/5327049


Chris Hani

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Janusz_Walus#Assassination



The Mafia, The CIA, & The Vatican's Intelligence Apparatus


http://rense.com/general6/maf.htm


Why Lyndon LaRouche is a fraud!: 


http://goo.gl/BUKsH



LaRouche in Africa 


http://lyndonlarouche.org/fascism19.htm


Robert Mugabe expected to attend Pope Francis's inauguration mass

http://www.guardian.co.uk/world/2013/mar/17/robert-mugabe-pope-francis-inauguration


Napier apologises for paedophilia comments

http://mg.co.za/article/2013-03-18-napier-apologises-for-paedophilia-comments


The Jesuit's Oath


http://www.fossilizedcustoms.com/jesuitoath.htm


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