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Return to Book Page. Preview — Rulers of Evil by F. Tupper Saussy ,. Pat Shannan Foreword by. Rather than pass through the Atlanta Federal Prison Camp gate to serve a sentence for a tax misdemeanor back in , author F.
Tupper Saussy chose to become a fugitive in order to freely investigate his adversary -- the United States of America. What he discovered was valuable new proof of a vast Roman Catholic sub-stratum of American history -- more specifically, that Jes Rather than pass through the Atlanta Federal Prison Camp gate to serve a sentence for a tax misdemeanor back in , author F.
What he discovered was valuable new proof of a vast Roman Catholic sub-stratum of American history -- more specifically, that Jesuits played eminent and underappreciated roles in persuading New Englanders to rebel against their mother country in Indeed, according to Saussy's groundbreaking discoveries, the American Revolution and its resulting constitutional republic may have been single-handedly designed and supervised by a Jesuit named Lorenzo Ricci -- this country's true founding father.
Provacative and utterly compelling, "Rulers of Evil analyzes the hundreds of historical clues left by the true leaders of the world. It should be read by anyone desiring to know, definitively, why America works the way it does.
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Rating details. More filters. Sort order. Nov 13, Janice rated it it was amazing. Don't miss this one if you want some answers to the mysteries of today. You will no longer wonder who trained the CIA.
Don't let this institution fool you. Mar 09, David rated it it was amazing. Complete rubbish, deeply paranoid, and immensely fun to read. You know the kids you knew in high school or college who would swear that he heard, at Rainbow Family Gathering back in the days before Burning Man that a guy in the Grateful Dead parking lot selling t-shirts that said on the front "Christ Died for Our Sins. This is that guy's manifesto. View 1 comment. Compelling arguments for why the rulers of this present age are necessarily evil.
Aug 01, Jim McGowan rated it really liked it. This is a quick, easy read. Saussy is a fine, thoughtful writer. I will likely be coming back. The title is based on the common sense notion that men indeed are sinners. Rulers and the ruled need always keep this hard fact front and center.
Somethings I took from this work are how extensive ancient Rome's cultural and political influence is upon the Roman Catholic Church and just how Roman the US Government in fact is The little known yet seminal history of Catholicism This is a quick, easy read. The little known yet seminal history of Catholicism in the United States is carefully examined by a keen, shrewd observer who comes from a Huguenot background.
His writings about Jesuit General Lorenzo Ricci are eye opening and great fun to read whether completely true I will leave it to the reader to decide. Saussy presents a colorful picture with a provocative point of view. Roman Catholicism has an agenda and the United States was and is a major part of that agenda. One need only look who is in the current presidential line of succession Biden, Boehner, Leahy, Kerry and the religious composition of the current Supreme Court for a pinch of validation.
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Rulers of Evil : Useful Knowledge about Governing Bodies
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Rulers of Evil: Useful Knowledge about Governing Bodies
Tupper Saussy was perhaps best known as the songwriter and keyboardist for the psychedelic pop band The Neon Philharmonic , whose vocalist was Don Gant. In the s and s, he composed works for the Nashville Symphony Orchestra and the Chattanooga Symphony. The group disbanded in , but producer David Kastle bought the name and used it on recordings until , even recording one of Saussy's songs, "Making Out the Best I Can". Saussy was the great-nephew of the Savannah painter Hattie Saussy. His first exhibition of watercolors was given in at Cheekwood in Nashville , Tennessee and his works can be found in the permanent collection of the Tennessee State Museum.