Waged under the guise of “fighting godless communism”, Cardinal Spellman championed America’s most disastrous conflict known as “Spelly’s War” overseen by Spelly’s General, the Roman Catholic and CFR member, William Westmoreland. Remember, according to Col. Fletcher Prouty in his JFK memoirs, the forced movement of over 600,000 Roman Catholics on U.S. Navy transport vessels from North Vietnam into South Vietnam known as the Tonkin Bay Incident and considered “the root causes of the Vietnam War.”
The Secretary of the Navy responsible for implementing that Jesuit-agitation was the Supreme Knight of the Knights of Columbus, Francis Matthews. Knight Matthew’s Master was America’s “Military Vicar”... Cardinal Spellman. Later, Spellman made several visits to the war-front calling the American troops “the soldiers of Christ”, fighting the Pope’s Crusade against “godless Jew Communism! Thus by controlling both sides in the conflict, the Vatican and her Jesuit Freemasons were able to exterminate millions of other opposing religions to Rome.
The outcome of Cardinal Spellys War was 587,000 civilians dead, and 444,000 Communist, including 58,000 Buddhists monks, 282,000 Americans and allies military, and 80,000 post-war suicides, a 220 billion dollar debt to the Jesuits’ Federal Reserve Bank for the war machine, and Vatican multi-billion dollar control of the global heroin trade. Since the Vatican takeover of heroin trade, their obedient 14th Amendment American Government has been flying in over 50% of the global heroin and cocaine across the border without the need for proper border checks, and promptly turned over to their mafia bikers and subsequently distributed to the unsuspecting ‘heretical’ American public.
Laos has the unwanted distinction of being the most heavily bombed country in human history. During the Vietnam War (1964 -1973) the Jesuit financed and controlled; the United States and "allies" SECRETLY conducted more than 500 000 bombing raids over Laos in an effort to cut off supply lines to North Vietnam.
More than 2 million tons of explosive ordnance ( more than used in the entire WW2 ) was dropped on Laos, a country smaller than the UK or conversely more than 2 tons of bombs for every citizen of Laos
Many of these bombs remain today unexploded , causing at least one death a day. It estimated that it will take decades for these bombs to be discovered and disarmed .