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  • Opus Dei
  • Craig Oxley interview
    • Opus Dei is very powerful although not as powerful as the Jesuits! Opus Dei was founded by Jose Maria Escriva in Madrid, Spain, in late 1928! Of course this was with the permission/Order of the Jesuits and The Superior General. Opus Dei have really taken charge of the Vatican which aids the Jesuit Order in taking some of the burdon away from them plus I think it gives some of the anti-jesuit priests a sense of choice, freedom similar to people getting fed up with Blair and then theres the conservative side but unfortunately their run by the same player still. We're told Opus Dei were formed as Competition to the Jesuits which is hogwash when you know the Superior General and Jesuit order rule the roost over the Pope and Vatican. Opus Dei just adds even more force to the almighty Roman Catholics. [2]

Members

Number of members: 26,000 celibate members (excluding volunteers) (87,000 members including volunteers) [3]

  • Most live in their private homes, leading traditional family lives with secular careers, while the rest are celibate and sometimes live in official Opus Dei centers. [4]
  • todo: breakdown into their hierarchy
  • Jean Violet
    • "Violet's political formation came in the 1930s in Le Comite Secret pour l'Action Revolutionnaire (CSAR). A far-right political cult modeled on a Freemasonic movement, complete with Masonic-style rites and rituals..., CSAR was sort of a predecessor of Licio Gelli's P-2. It was intensely secretive in all but its admiration of Franco and Mussolini, and after the war some of its members were accused of being Nazi collaborators. In the 1950s, with his own record pronounced clean, Violet became a collaborator of French intelligence, and an active supporter of Opus Dei." Le Cercle member: Jean Violet
    • Great Oil Sniffer Hoax
  • Philippe de Weck
  • Federico Silva Munoz
  • Antoine Pinay (1891-1994)
    • Founder of the European Thinktank Le Cercle
  • Philippe de Weck
  • Sanchez Bella Florencio
  • Robert Novak
  • Hutton Gibson
  • Louis Freeh
  • Antonio Fontan
  • Francisco Franco
  • Alberto Ullastres
  • Laureano Lopez Rodo
  • Mariano Navarro Rubio
  • Sam Brownback
  • Rafael Calvo Serer
  • John F. Coverdale
  • Scott Hahn
  • Tony Shannon
  • James Egan
  • Robert Hanssen
  • Ruth Kelly
  • C. John McCloskey III
  • Paul Scalia
  • John Freeh
  • Michael Novak
  • Jeane Kirkpatrick
  • Giulio Andreotti
  • Francis X. Stankard
  • Adolfo Suarez
  • Clarence Thomas
  • Samuel Alito
  • Antonio Font¡n
  • Paola Binetti
  • Jesus Estanislao
  • Joaquín Lavín
  • Robert Duncan
  • John F. Coverdale
  • Javier Echevarria Rodriguez
  • Juan Luis Cardinal Cipriani Thorne
  • Julián Herranz Casado (Cardinal)
  • Eduardo Guilisasti
  • Bruno Padula
  • Jean Violet
  • Philippe de Weck
  • Federico Silva Munoz
  • Antoine Pinay
  • Antonin Scalia
  • Philippe de Weck
  • Sanchez Bella Florencio
  • Giscard d'Estaing
  • Robert Novak
  • Hutton Gibson
  • louis Freeh
  • Antonio Fontan
  • Francisco Franco
  • Alberto Ullastres
  • Laureano Lopez Rodo
  • Mariano Navarro Rubio
  • Sam Brownback
  • Rafael Calvo Serer
  • John F. Coverdale
  • Scott Hahn
  • Tony Shannon
  • James Egan
  • Robert Hanssen
  • Ruth Kelly
  • C. John McCloskey III
  • Paul Scalia
  • John Freeh
  • Michael Novak
  • Jeane Kirkpatrick
  • Giulio Andreotti
  • Francis X. Stankard
  • Adolfo Suarez
  • Clarence Thomas
  • Samuel Alito
  • Antonio Fontán
  • Paola Binetti
  • José María Albareda
  • Jesus Estanislao
  • Robert Duncan
  • John F. Coverdale
  • Javier Echevarria Rodriguez
  • Juan Luis Cardinal Cipriani Thorne
  • Eduardo Guilisasti
  • Bruno Padula
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