A Texas Tale and Jesuits Meet Head On

A Texas Tale and Jesuits Meet Head On

The same crooked system but nobody knows what it is, do they?

By Greg Szymanski, JD
Dec. 27, 2009

Patriots know a lot about a lot of things and always seem to be trying to get “out of the system.”

There was a time not too long ago everybody talked about getting in, talked about getting their own big fat piece of the American pie.

Now everybody wants out.

If the same crooked system existed back then, what changed?

Absolutely nothing.

And like they say in the Mob: “Once you’re in, you’re in.”

But at least in the Mob they know how the system works and that can’t be said for most Americans.

People want out or people want in but they have no idea what the system is all about.

But when difficult times come calling and serious questions arise, I turn to freedom fighter and true patriot, Slats Grobnik, for the answers.

“First of all, everything I learned is right from the horse’s mouth,” said Slats. “It all came from Fr. Harry Bailey, a Jesuit priest who liked to hang out at Sam’s Tavern,

“Now this Fr. Bailey was a bigshot in the Order, even worked in the archives of the Vatican or should we say the belly of the Beast. The story goes they kicked him out of the Order for shooting his mouth off like he used to do with me at Sam’s Tavern.

“I remember he used to come into the bar and hide his priest’s collar in his back pocket. Then he’d sit down and polish off a bottle of Johnny Walker Red and that’s when I learned what the American system was all about.

“One night he drank himself to death or somebody might have poisened him, I don’t know. But before he died, he gave me a key to his secret storage locker out in Skokie, Ill. of all places where he kept the Vatican archive stuff.

“Before coming here to Kansas to build this Roman Coliseum and, you know why I am doing it, I hid all Fr. Bailey’s documents, learning really what the American system is all about. Who dreamed it up, who put it into motion and who controls it now. I’ll tell you this: It was all Jesuit action and we will get it out, piece by bloody piece.

“But what most people don’t know is exactly what most people haven’t known for the last 3,000 years. I’ll try to show you why Bailey’s information is so important. Let’s just say if I let it out all at once, nobody would believe me so I am going to tell you a little at a time. It may make more sense this way.

“Why should I believe anything you say, Slats?” I said. “Last week you told me you worked for the Jesuits after they kidnapped you and took you to Georgetown. Now you’re gonna tell us all their diabolical plans!”

“That’s because I am playing the Jesuit game, playing them like a fine violin. You see, Greg, sometimes the left hand doesn’t know what the right hand is doing.

“If some think I am on the side of the patriots, I get my point across and get some valuable work done like building this replica of the Roman Coliseum in order to one day have the real crooks, like Clinton, the Pope and Bush fight it out to the death with swords while the people watch on.

“And then if the Jesuits think I work with them, I get to find out what their real plans are and how they have manipulated mankind for the last 500 years. And you are probably wondering if they hear me on the internet saying this, my cover is blown. But like I said that’s the beauty of playing both sides of the Jesuit coin, even they don’t know who to believe when you do that, right?

“So, really, does it really matter what side I am on in the public venue. It’s all politics and religion and nothing is the truth anyway.”

I knew Slats could have went on for hours this way so I tried to get him back on point, asking what all this had to do with explaining the flaws of the American system.

“I can’t tell you all Fr. Bailey’s secrets tonight but let me leave you with a story, a tall Texas tale and then some facts about probably the most important House and Senate Joint Resoultion ever passed that hoodwinked the American people into subtle economic slavery. It’s HJR 192, a clever Jesuit tactic but very effective.

“Let me tell you the story and then after thinking about it, next time I will show you how to pay all your bills the same way the government does by using FDR’s HJR 192. I don’t want to give you too much, too quick”

Slats began talking in this slow Texas drawl, saying:

It’s a slow day in a little east Texas town. The sun is beating down,and the streets are deserted. Times are tough, everybody is in debt, and everybody lives on credit. On this particular day a rich tourist from back east is driving through town. He stops at the motel and lays a $100 bill on the desk saying he wants to inspect the rooms upstairs in order to pick one to spend the night.

As soon as the man walks upstairs, the owner grabs the bill and runs next door to pay his debt to the butcher.

The butcher takes the $100 and runs down the street to retire his debt to the pig farmer.

The pig farmer takes the $100 and heads off to pay his bill at the supplier of feed and fuel.

The guy at the Farmer’s Co-op takes the $100 and runs to pay his debt to the local prostitute, who has also been facing hard times and has had to offer her “services” on credit.

The hooker rushes to the hotel and pays off her room bill with the hotel owner.

The hotel proprietor then places the $100 back on the counter so the rich traveler will not suspect anything.

At that moment the traveler comes down the stairs, picks up the $100 bill, states that the rooms are not satisfactory, pockets the money, and leaves town.

No one produced anything. No one earned anything.

However, the whole town is now out of debt and now looks to the future with a lot more optimism.

And that, ladies and gentlemen, is how the United States Government is conducting business today.

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