F. Tupper Saussy

Finding the lost

Sun Oct 21 14:05:18 2001

Finding the lost

by F. Tupper Saussy
United States was conceived in secrecy. Our history’s most trustworthy
witness, Charles Thomson, a classical scholar who kept detailed minutes
of the clandestine proceedings of the Continental Congress from 1774 to
1789, destroyed all of his personal papers relative to these defining

Thomson, a protégé of Benjamin Franklin, enjoyed a unique reputation
for truth-telling. Hired by colonists to keep minutes of critical pow-wows
with Native Americans, he was honored by the Delaware tribesmen with
the name The Man Who Talks the Truth. Later on, during the
Revolution, when he would bring his daily reports of congressional
proceedings to the streets of Philadelphia, eager mobs would cry “Here
comes Charles Thomson! Here comes the Truth!”

After the ceasing of hostilities, leading citizens besieged Thomson to write
his account of the new republic’s conception and birth. The definitive
insider declined, saying in the presence of Dr. Benjamin Rush,

I ought not, for I should contradict all the histories of the
great events of the Revolution. Let the world admire the
supposed wisdom and valor of our great men. Perhaps they
may adopt the qualities that have been ascribed to them,
and thus good may be done. I shall not undeceive future

On another occasion, Thomson commented to friends that “If the truth
were known, many careers would be tarnished and the leadership of the
nation would be weakened.”

What did Charles Thomson know that textbook histories do not
tell us? What did Thomson know that even well-educated
Americans are deceived by not knowing?

I was thrust into digging for the answers by situations few if any textbook
historians have ever experienced. In 1984, the government that Charles
Thomson helped bring to life attacked me with personnel and strategies
foreign to the American sense of fairness.

As the attack wore on year after year, I began to wonder. Could the
same quality of personnel and strategies arrayed against me have founded
the United States? Could this be why Charles Thomson was so
bitterly (or perhaps fearfully) reluctant to tell the truth?

My investigation began with a general overview of the federal district,
Washington, DC. No studious observer looking for meaning can help but
discern in Washington an architectural and monumental presence that is
almost overwhelmingly Roman.

I focused on the city’s most hallowed edifice, the Capitol. A cursory title
search on the real estate upon which it stands turned up a surprise. In
1663, the property that would become the Capitol’s site was
inscribed in the Maryland property records as “Rome,” its owner
a man named “Pope.” The southern boundary of this property was
shaped by a river named for the river that runs through Rome, the

I further discovered that “Rome” was transferred to the federal
government in the years following ratification of the Constitution by its
owner, Daniel Carroll. Carroll was the chairman of a three-man
commission appointed by President George Washington to find a suitable
location for the capital city. A signer of the Declaration of Independence,
Daniel Carroll was a Roman Catholic educated by Jesuits in Maryland
and France. His brother John was a Jesuit priest.

John Carroll became the first Catholic bishop in America, presiding over
the See of Baltimore, which included Washington, D.C. John also
founded Georgetown University, which has long been regarded as the
incubator of federal policy, domestic and international. Strikingly secular
in curriculum and student body, Georgetown is still owned and operated
by Jesuit priests. Its seal proclaims the union of the Roman Church with
the secular State, depicting the Roman eagle with the global world in one
talon and a cross in the other, surmounted by the motto Utraque unum,
“Both together.”

Now, what made these discoveries particularly relevant to my life was
that the assistant United States attorney who represented the IRS in its
prosecution of me (for the violation of some law that is yet to be found
anywhere in the revenue statutes) was himself a Jesuit priest.

The Jesuits are members of the Society of Jesus, which I discovered was
founded in 1540 for a singular purpose: to neutralize the effects
Protestantism was having on the rights, interests, and authority of the
Roman Papacy. Their mission was, and remains, to infiltrate non-Catholic
cultures and, by whatever means may be necessary, subjugate the people
to Roman Catholicism. The term used by the Church to describe this
process is “missionary adaptation.” What if the Society’s mission in
America was to incite a Protestant population to separate itself
from its Protestant monarch and unwittingly make of itself the
Catholic nation America has in fact become?

Finding myself caught in such a unique tangle of facts and circumstances
gave me to believe, not too unrealistically I hope you will agree, that
perhaps the task of investigating Roman Catholic involvement in the
American secular establishment had been assigned to me by whom
religious people call God.

Rather than pass through the gates of the prison camp in Atlanta, where
the court had sentenced me to serve a year for violating the law that does
not exist, I embarked on a journey that would last ten years. A homeless
fugitive separated from wife, children, friends, and native identity, yet
protected at every turn by invisible powers that will be discussed in a
forthcoming book, I pursued my pursuers in the District of Columbia,
Georgetown University, and in libraries all across America.

I discovered hidden American founding fathers every bit as important as
Washington, Jefferson, Madison, Adams, and Sherman—men like
Lorenzo Ricci, Nikolaus von Hontheim, Joseph-Marie Amiot, Francis
Thorpe, Daniel Coxe, the 3rd Earl of Bute, and Robert Bellarmine.

To comprehend my discoveries, I had to become knowledgeable in
both Roman Catholicism and its foe, Protestantism.

Because Protestantism fought Rome with the Bible, I had to learn
what the Papacy disliked about the Bible. This ordered a certain
immersion in biblical scholarship.

I was further obliged to delve into yet another dimension of the
secular struggle between Catholics and Protestants: Freemasonry.
The Papacy threatened excommunication to Catholics who as
much as spoke well of Freemasons; Freemasons wanted to purge
the world of Catholicism. I discovered an important link between
the two rival camps, a "secret bridge" controlled by the Papacy.

Finally, since Roman Catholicism requires its members to
advance the Church through secular governmental offices, my
investigation required me to amplify an already extensive study of
constitutional law, which had begun in the late seventies with the
preparation of The Miracle On Main Street.

RULERS OF EVIL is the product of this interdisciplinary labor.
Often during the preparation of manuscripts I would catch myself
wondering if American education could any longer turn out historians able
to converse in so many disparate areas. I fervently hoped so, because
our life, liberty, and property are built on these subjects. How dangerous
to be ignorant of the least of them!

The Society of Jesus developed the educational system that produced the
Enlightenment, which was the incubator of the secular humanism that
drives organized learning in modern America. For all the good that Jesuit
educational norms may have done, their bottom line, sad to say, is a
national dumbing-down.

You can see this reflected in a survey by the National Association
of Scholars (NAS) of U.S. News & World Report’s annual listing
of “America’s Best Colleges” private and public. NAS found that
in 1914, 90% of the elite colleges required the study of history. In
1939 and 1964 that figure had shrunk to 50%. By 1996, only one
of the 50 best schools offered a required history course. As I wrote
in ROE,

The day is approaching, perhaps, when the only historians
will be amateurs who study history as self-help, who
examine the past in order to make sense of the present and
not be caught unprepared by the future.

I was writing about myself there. Somebody’s got to keep the truth in
circulation. If not us, who?



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