Romanic Depression: How the Jesuits Designed, Built and Destroyed America (Paperback)

Romanic Depression: How the Jesuits Designed, Built and Destroyed America By Sean MacLaren, William Garner (Editor) Cover Image

Romanic Depression: How the Jesuits Designed, Built and Destroyed America (Paperback)

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Author and researcher Sean Maclaren presents a four-part series that reveals how the nearly 500-year-old Society of Jesus, the Jesuits, have designed, built and destroyed the United States of America.
Using examples from all sectors of society, Maclaren also details the mechanisms used by the Jesuits to cleverly hide their efforts in plain sight, while distracting Americans with endless forms of entertainment.
The first book of the series includes chapters on Government; Politics; Religion; News and Media; Morals and Values; Guns, Drugs and Sex; Military; Healthcare and Medicine; Education; and Criminal Justice.
The book also contains 25 pages of excellent references for those who wish to investigate further.

Product Details ISBN: 9780996767736
ISBN-10: 0996767738
Publisher: Adagio Press
Publication Date: November 14th, 2016
Pages: 210
Language: English
Series: Romanic Depression