".....Greatly influenced by the Jesuits, he [Leopold I, holy Roman emperor] was a staunch proponent of the Counter-reformation.......".
After an exchange of thoughts with nwo-truthresearch blog author, I reflected on the matter and did some research, some ideas of mine seem to be perfectly confirmed - Leopold I (un)holy emperor, the Jesuits and the "Jewish Question" here:
From: Leopold I, Holy Roman Emperor
".......Leopold I (name in full: Leopold Ignaz Joseph Balthasar Felician; Hungarian: I. Lipót; 9 June 1640 – 5 May 1705) was Holy Roman Emperor, King of Hungary and King of Bohemia.
The second son of Ferdinand III, Holy Roman Emperor by his first wife, Maria Anna of Spain, Leopold became heir apparent in 1654 by the death of his elder brother Ferdinand IV. Elected Holy Roman Emperor in 1658, Leopold would rule as such until his death in 1705.
Originally intended for the Church, Leopold had received a suitably ecclesiastical education. But Fate put in motion a different plan for him when smallpox took his elder brother Ferdinand on 9 July 1654 and made Leopold heir apparent. Nonetheless, Leopold's church education had clearly marked him. Leopold remained influenced by the Jesuits and his education throughout his life, and was uncommonly knowledgeable for a monarch about theology, metaphysics, jurisprudence and the sciences. He also retained his interest in astrology and alchemy which he had developed under Jesuit tutors. A deeply religious and devoted person, Leopold personified the pietas Austriaca, or the loyally Catholic attitude of his House. On the other hand, his piety and education may have caused in him a fatalistic strain which inclined him to reject all compromise on denominational questions, not always a positive characteristic in a ruler.
In 1690, Transylvania put a veto against a constitutional amendment, attempted by Leopold, about some religious questions. In 1692, Peter the Great became a little bit sorry that he only met Jesuits at the court in Vienna, when he visited Leopold. In 1692, Prince Michael of Transylvania was called to Vienna, because of a dispute over his recent marriage.
Leopold was a man of industry and education, and during his later years, he showed some political ability. Regarding himself as an absolute sovereign, he was extremely tenacious of his rights. Greatly influenced by the Jesuits, he was a staunch proponent of the Counter-reformation. In person, he was short, but strong and healthy. Although he had no inclination for a military life, he loved exercise in the open air, such as hunting and riding; he also had a taste for music and composed several Oratorios and Suites of Dances.
"..........The reestablishment of the Jewish community in 1671
Today's Jewish community dates back to 1671, when several Jewish families came to Berlin. They were expelled in 1670 by Leopold I in Vienna. Since Brandenburg daniederlag after the Thirty Years War, the Great Elector Friedrich Wilhelm sought to immigrants into the country to contribute to its reconstruction. In addition to the Huguenots, who came into the country from 1685, however, he allowed her to much worse conditions on 21 May 1671 also 50 wealthy Jewish families to settle in Brandenburg. The privilege of Frederick William to allow the Jews to settle in the whole marrow and assigned them to the field of trade, the guilds of them remained locked. Besides the usual taxes every Jewish family had to pay an annual nominal fee. Only one child per family was allowed to settle in the marrow; to get a marriage license, had an extra fee to be paid. The nascent Jewish communities were allowed to hire a teacher and a kosher butcher and create a cemetery, but the construction of synagogues was temporarily banned................"
Well, so we have the Great Elector Friederich Wilhelm welcoming the Jews expelled by the Jesuit controlled Leopold I in Vienna. But there's no festival for the Jews coming from Vienna. Yes, they can at least breathe in Berlin and Protestant Prussia, but are subject to heavy boundaries and limitation.
But it is just in the answer of that "why?" that you can discover the Jesuit perfidy. Great Elector Friederich was forced to limit the liberties of immigrated Jews just to not touch the delicate balance between Lutherans and Calvinists. Just only seven years before he issued the Edict of Tolerance [or else named Edict of Brandenburg] and the Jesuits' answer didn't wait too long: the expulsion of Jews. Do I need to recall to you the Edict of Tolerance? [To be not confused with Edict of Potsdam, which was the answer to the Jesuit persecutions against Huguenots in France issued in 1685]:
"........The Brandenburg Edict was issued in 1664 by Elector Friedrich Wilhelm I and governed relations between the Lutheran and Reformed denominations in the country from the Lords.
The edict forbade the Lutherans and the Reformed (Calvinist) in particular theologians, to practice their, public criticism to the teachings of each other faiths from the pulpit .
The Confessions of the Evangelical Lutheran Church were restricted in their validity concerning the demarcations with the Calvinist doctrine. Effectively so that the validity of the Formula of Concord was lifted.
The edict of the Reformed elector saw a part of the Lutheran theologians at a disadvantage of his own party and made bitter opposition....
Decisive here is the program of the Heidelberg Reformed David Pareus with the aim of create a bridge over religious antagonisms between Reformed and Lutherans, to create a common front against the Catholic Church......" [in the link below the source and my report of it]
Well, with fatigue the Great Elector could create a common anti-Roman Catholic front between Lutherans and Calvinists. But for Rome the front had to be destroyed. How to do that? Simple, the Jesuits used the Jews and with this they definitively established the "Jewish Question" and the basis for the centuries later incoming ecumenical ideology named "National Socialism".
Jesuits used their Leopold I, probably also mind controlled by the Society of "Jesus". They put in motion their Big Scheme who would have then, after centuries, destroyed Protestant Prussia (formally in 1918, definitively in 1945). They chose to make pressure on the anti-Jewish Achille's heel of the Lutherans. Jewish immigration would have fired the historical religious Lutheran antisemitism and imbued it with new (satanic) life. Calvinism doesn't share the Lutheran super-sessionism, the theological doctrine for which Jews lost the Covenant after Jesus' death on the cross. The more open attitude of the Calvinists towards Jewish immigration would have resuscitated again the Lutheran hostility towards the Protestant brothers, especially after they saw that those Jews coming from Austria were well educated and largely instructed, therefore able to increase the value of the properties of the ones collaborating with them. Of course the natural and religious choice "with whom to collaborate" of the Jewish refugee from Jesuitical Vienna, was entirely directed to the Calvinist front, cause the conscience about the historical Lutheran anti-Judaism.
Therefore the premises for a new destructive war inside the Protestant front of the most powerful continental enemy of Rome, Protestant Prussia, were all created with that immigration. Leopold I didn't expel Jews "just for a theological hobby", but because he obeyed to the influence of his masterminds, the Jesuits, who cynically used the People of God for their criminal purposes of persecution of both Jews as well of the Christians who refuse to submit to the Antichrist in Rome, the pope!
Thursday, September 6, 2012
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Wednesday, July 25, 2012
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