THE SECRET HISTORY OF THE JESUITS by Edmund Paris
Jack Chick is to be commended for re-printing this long-suppressed treasure. Thoughtful folk will concur with Chick’s disclaimer at the beginning and the end of the book, that Paris’s findings were only flawed in his lack of faith in Jesus Christ. It is, however, interesting to read this account of this sordid history from a completely secular perspective; also of interest is the unique perspective Paris gives to all of these facts from the vantage point of an exasperated citizen of France who could no longer stand by while the Jesuits subverted, usurped, and controlled his country. And for that alone, this book and the information presented in it is quite valuable.
Those who react negatively to this book do so out of an emotional, knee-jerk reaction. The historical facts are not on their side–and that’s even after the massive attempts to suppress this stuff in all forms of mainstream media.
The structure of the book is interesting. Almost every chapter is devoted to a different European nation’s respective history of suffering under the high intrigues of the Jesuits.
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