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Italy

Italy

Italy is important to the conspirators’ plans because it is the closest European country to the Middle East, and linked to Middle East economics and politics. It is also the home of the Catholic Church, which Adam Weishaupt ordered destroyed, and home for some of Europe’s most powerful oligarchical families of the ancient Black Nobility. Should Italy have been weakened by Aldo Moro’s death, it would have had repercussions in the Middle East which would have weakened US influence in the region. Italy is important for another reason; it is a gateway for drugs entering Europe from Iran and Lebanon.

Various groups combined under the name of socialism to bring about the downfall of several Italian governments since the Club of Rome was established in 1968. Among these are the Black Nobility of Venice and Genoa, P2 Masonry and the Red Brigades, all working for the same goals. Police investigators in Rome working on the Red Brigades-Aldo Moro case came across the names of several very prominent Italian families working closely with this terrorist group. The police also discovered evidence that in at least a dozen cases, these powerful and prominent families had allowed their homes and/or property to be used as safe houses for Red Brigades cells.

Chronological History of Events Involving Italy

Map for a New World Order on 1941 Communist World Planning - The North American Union

Map for a New World Order on 1941 Communist World Planning – The North American Union

In October of 1941, before Pearl Harbor, Philadelphia clock-maker Maurice Gomberg completed a communist world map of future regional unions, including a continental North American Union. The name Canada is not on that map. However, the former provinces are depicted as states, re-federated into a vast "United States of America" stretching to Greenland. Maurice Gomberg sympathized with the Communist Party of America (CPA). Interestingly, Canada's recent ...
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Smedley Butler, the Most Decorated Marine in U.S. History, Publishes 'War is a Racket'

Smedley Butler, the Most Decorated Marine in U.S. History, Publishes ‘War is a Racket’

Smedley Butler became widely known for his outspoken lectures against war profiteering, U.S. military adventurism, and what he viewed as nascent fascism in the United States. In December 1933, Butler toured the country with James E. Van Zandt to recruit members for the Veterans of Foreign Wars (VFW). He described their effort as "trying to educate the soldiers out of the sucker class." In his speeches ...
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The Hague Agreement of 1930: The Formation of the Bank of International Settlements by the Central Banks Under the Auspices of German Reparation Payments for WWI

The Hague Agreement of 1930: The Formation of the Bank of International Settlements by the Central Banks Under the Auspices of German Reparation Payments for WWI

The formation of the BIS was agreed upon by its constituent central banks in the so-called Hague Agreement on January 20, 1930, and was in operation shortly thereafter. According to the Agreement, The duly authorized representatives of the Governments of Germany, of Belgium, of France, of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, of Italy and of Japan of the one part. And the ...
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The "Art Heist of the Century": The Theft that Made the Mona Lisa Famous

The “Art Heist of the Century”: The Theft that Made the Mona Lisa Famous

In 1911, a former Louvre employee perpetrated one of the greatest art heists in history: the theft of Leonardo da Vinci’s immortal painting “Mona Lisa.” The theft of the Mona Lisa has been called the “art heist of the century,” but the caper itself was fairly rudimentary. On the evening of Sunday, August 20, 1911, a small, mustachioed man entered the Louvre museum in Paris and ...
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A New York Medical Journal Article, 'Vaccination in Italy', Documents Stats of Higher Deaths Among Vaccinated & Has No Place in Medicine

A New York Medical Journal Article, ‘Vaccination in Italy’, Documents Stats of Higher Deaths Among Vaccinated & Has No Place in Medicine

In an article, "Vaccination In Italy", which appeared in the New York Medical Journal, July 1899, Charles Rauta, Professor of Hygiene and Material Medical in the University of Perguia, Italy, wrote: "Italy is one of the best-vaccinated countries in the world, if not the best of all.  For twenty years before 1885, our nation was vaccinated in the proportion of 98.5 percent.  Notwithstanding, the epidemics of smallpox ...
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Ellis Island Immigration Station Opens

Ellis Island Immigration Station Opens

In December, 1891 seventeen-year-old Annie Moore of County Cork, climbed aboard the USS Nevada, along with her two younger brothers, in Queensland, Ireland (now known as Cobh). On January 1, 1892 they disembarked to join their parents in New York, the first of seven hundred new immigrants to enter the United States through Ellis Island, formerly considered part of New York but declared by a judge, ...
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The Secret Treaty of Verona between Austria, France, Prussia and Russia to Suppress the Freedom of the U.S.A. - with the Help of the Pope?

The Secret Treaty of Verona between Austria, France, Prussia and Russia to Suppress the Freedom of the U.S.A. – with the Help of the Pope?

In the secret 1822 Treaty of Verona (between Austria, France, Prussia and Russia) the Jesuits agreed to smash the US Constitution and suppress the freedom of the US. Their methods included destroying free speech, destroying and suppressing the press, universal censorship, sustaining the cooperation of the Pope and clergy to use religion to help keep nations in passive obedience and financing wars against countries with representative ...
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A Secret Society called The Knights of the Apocalypse is Established in Italy Supposedly to Protect the Catholic Church from the Antichrist

A Secret Society called The Knights of the Apocalypse is Established in Italy Supposedly to Protect the Catholic Church from the Antichrist

In true secret society form, there isn’t a whole lot out there on the Knights of the Apocalypse – but what we do know is thoroughly compelling. The arcane group was established in Italy in 1693 by Augustine Gabrino, the son of a merchant. The purpose of the society was supposedly to protect the Catholic Church against the Antichrist, and it would seem that Gabrino took his duty rather seriously. In ...
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Michelangelo Unveiled the Unfinished Painted Ceiling of the Sistine Chapel

Michelangelo Unveiled the Unfinished Painted Ceiling of the Sistine Chapel

All of Rome waited in expectation. For months, Michelangelo Buonarroti had worked in secret. Curiosity was aflame. What had he accomplished? Had he succeeded in transferring his skill as a sculptor to work with fresco (paint in plaster)? Pope Julius II, as impatient as ever, demanded that Michelangelo unveil the ceiling of the Sistine chapel although it was far from done. High on the scaffolding, his ...
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