Give Thanks this Thanksgiving for Truth on The 1605 Gunpowder Plot

Here is some old Trial Court testimony about the Jesuit/Vatican involvement in the Gunpowder Plot.
“In the Gunpowder Plot of 1605, Roman Catholics (amongst them Jesuits) attempted to blow up and kill King James I of Great Britain, his wife, his son, and the entire British Parliament in a single stroke. King James often wrote about the popes and Roman Catholics taught to kill for the pope, and about the Jesuits and their political intrigues and evil deeds. Even today, the Gunpowder Plot is still remembered every November 5 on Guy Fawkes (a Gunpowder Plot conspirator) day. On this page, find links to primary source documentation detailing what happened…” taken from

One thought on “Give Thanks this Thanksgiving for Truth on The 1605 Gunpowder Plot

  1. Could not agree with you more on your Thanksgiving Day radio program, but would like to clear up confusion about the Constitution, that being Art. lV Sec.3 cl. ! (Union of States) and cl. 2 (other property in a territory):

    O’Donoghue v. United States, 289 U.S. 516 (1933)

    In this connection, the peculiar language of the territorial clause, Article lV, Sec. 3, cl. 2, of the Constitution, should be noted. By that clause Congress is given power ‘to dispose of and make all needful Rules and Regulations respecting the Territory or other Property belonging to the United States.’ Literally, the word ‘territory,’ as there used, signifies property [PERSONA FICTA or JURIDIC PERSON], since the language is not ‘territory or property,’ but ‘territory or other property.’ There thus arises an evident difference between the words ‘the territory’ and ‘a territory’ of the United States. The former merely designates a particular part or parts of the earth’s surface-the imperially extensive real estate holdings of the nation; the latter is a governmental subdivision which happened to be called a ‘territory,’ but which quite as well could have been called a ‘colony’ or a ‘province.’

    Colony, n. “A company or body of people transplanted from their mother country to a remote province or country, to cultivate and inhabit it, and remaining subject to the jurisdiction. Webster’s Dictionary 1899 p. 225

    Province, n. Among the Romans, a country of considerable extent, which, being reduced under their dominion, was new-modeled, subjected to the command of the governor sent from Rome, and to such taxes and contributions as the Romans saw fit to impose; applied particularly to conquered countries beyond the limits of Italy. Webster’s Dictionary 1899 p. 883
    Declaration of Independence:

    “He [King George] has erected a multitude of New Officers to harass our people, and eat out their substance.”


    METROPOLITAN, a. Belonging to a metropolis, or to the mother church; residing in the chief city.
    METROPOLITAN, n. The bishop who presides over the other bishops of a province. Webster’s Dictionary 1899 p. 711

    I call it the Holy Roman Empire’s Federal Reserve Bank’s Money Trust.



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