The murder of Abraham Lincoln, wrote Burke McCarty in 1924, was instigated by the “Black” pope, the General of the Jesuit Order, camouflaged by the “White” pope, Pius IXth, aided, abetted and financed by other “Divine Righters” of Europe, and finally consummated by the Roman Hierarchy and their paid agents in this country [America] and French Canada on “Good Friday” night, April 14th, 1865, at Ford’s Theater, Washington, D. C.
Burke McCarty wrote the above in the Introduction to his book, The Suppressed Truth About the Assassination of Abraham Lincoln. (I am using an online version of McCarty’s book.)
Congratulations and best wishes to, Jorge Mario Bergoglio, the new “Pope Francis.” However it is noticed with caution that Jorge Mario Bergoglio entered the Society of Jesus on March 11, 1958 and studied to become a priest at the Jesuit seminary in Villa Devoto. Many are more than a little wary of the Jesuits.
The Jesuits, according to McCarty (op. cit.), had been abolished by Pope Clement XIV, July 21, 1773, on the grounds that the order was immoral, dangerous and was a menace to the very life of the papacy. “Clement was promptly poisoned for his act,” claimed McCarty, in Chapter 1 of his book.
The Wikipedia reference confirms that Pope Clement XIV did indeed abolish the Jesuits. Something else too: At the time of his election as Pope, Pope Clement was the only Franciscan friar in the College of Cardinals. Now comes full circle, perhaps, with a “Pope Francis” of the Jesuits superseding the sway of the “Franciscan friar” (Pope Clement XIV) who had once abolished the order.
The “abolished” Jesuits did not entirely disappear, but fled to the hinterlands of Russia and licked their wounds. Later, according to Burke McCarty, simultaneously with the calling of the Congress of Vienna in 1814, Pope Pius VIIth restored the Jesuits. Reportedly, a “Secret Treaty of Verona” was entered into by “high contracting parties of the former Congress of Vienna, Austria” in October 1822. The “Secret Treaty of Verona was placed in their [the Jesuits] keeping.” (McCarty, op. cit.)
According to one web site, a Senator Robert L. Owen in 1916 read into the Congressional Record for the Senate the alleged “secret treaty.” Senator Owen reportedly began as follows: “I wish to put in the Record the secret treaty of Verona of November 22, 1822, showing what this ancient conflict is between the rule of the few and the rule of the many. I wish to call the attention of the Senate to this treaty because it is the threat of this treaty which was the basis of the Monroe doctrine. It throws a powerful white light upon the conflict between monarchical government and government by the people.”