Dwight D. Eisenhower
Remarks at the Dedication of the Edmund A. Walsh
School of Foreign Service of Georgetown University.
October 13, 1958

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Before you read this page, please understand my motive for sharing this historical article about Dwight D. Eisenhower and Jesuit Edmond A. Walsh of the School of Foreign Service of Georgetown University.  

We have to ask our self, what is so special about Walsh, that a President of the United States would be so involved in a School of Foreign Service  at a Jesuit University?

 2. What was Walsh's involvement in going to Russia in 1922?  

3. Jesuit Superior General Ledochowski(Jesuit Black Pope) appointed Walsh to negotiate with Lenin in Russia.  Is the black pope running the U.S. foreign policy? 

4. Why was Walsh by the side of General MacArthur in Tokyo in 1948? 

5. Why was he a "consultant" to the U.S. Chief of Counsel at the Nuremberg Trials (1945-1946)? 

6. Why do we have a Jesuit going around the world as a foreign ambassador for the Government of the United States? 

7. Could it be the same reason there is a  Jesuit pope occupying  the Vatican?  

Why have the Jesuits  been kick out of over 80 countries?   History tells us they were kicked out for meddling in government affairs. 

Walsh was also at the Versailles Conference in 1919.  Otto Von Bismarck expelled the Jesuits out of Germany in 1872.   With the signing of the Versailles treaty it was part of the treaty of letting the Jesuits back into Germany.   Again why is  a Jesuit priest so involved in the U.S. foreign policy?  Could it be that our foreign policy comes from the "School of Foreign Service at Georgetown University??   Why is Ike, the president of the United States, at a Jesuit University dedication  of Jesuit Edmund A.  Walsh?  Jesuits were formed at the council of Trent in 1540, to counter the reformation.  Now keep this in mind when you read Eisenhower presentation, that before 1776 the Jesuits were not allowed in the original 13 colonies.  When the Jesuits were found, they went back to England in chains.  Now in 2016 we have a "School of Foreign Service of Georgetown University" in a Jesuit University located in Washington D.C. founded by Jesuit John Carroll in 1789.

We have a "Jesuit Patrick Conroy who was  sworn in May 25, 2011 as House Chaplain, making him the first Society of Jesus priest to hold the position" and in 1776 they were not welcome(it was illegal) in a protestant Nation.  We have six out of the nine Chief Justice's are Catholic.  You might say the Jesuits have come a long way baby!!   The Jesuits who have 28 Jesuit Universities, 50 Jesuit High Schools, 266 Catholic Universities and their parochial school system in this country. 

Now lets fast forward to 2016 and we have a Jesuit pope that spoke to a joint session of congress on September 24, 2015.   Before 1776, Jesuits were not allowed in the original thirteen colonies.  Now let us connect the dots in 2016.

President Dwight D. Eisenhower sent a letter to Georgetown University when Father Walsh died in 1956, which read in part:

    The death of Father Walsh is a grievous loss to the Society in which he served so many years, to the educational and religious life of the United States and to the free people of the Western world.  For four decades, he was a vigorous and inspiring champion of freedom for mankind and independence for nations... at every call to duty, all his energy of leadership and wisdom of counsel were devoted to the service of the United States.

October 13, 1958:  President Bunn, Your Excellency Archbishop O'Boyle, Distinguished Clergy, and friends:

It is indeed a memorable occasion when there is dedicated here this School of Foreign Service in the name of Edmund A. Walsh.

Though the day may be saddened by our knowledge of the passing of a very great man, His Holiness Pope Pius, yet we cannot fail to remember that in our own memories of two such men, we have inspiration that should lift up the lives of all of us.

Your President mentioned one of my early associations with your University, a matter of some five or six years ago.

Probably no one here knows I coached a football team--a service team--playing against Georgetown. I think it was in the fall of 1924 Lou Little was your coach, and he beat us. But it was a very happy circumstance, because it brought me the friendship of another man, Lou Little, who to this day remains my very warm associate and friend.

This School seems to me to symbolize not only father Walsh's hope for the peace of the world,(name one place in the world that the Jesuits have made peace?) but for the very great effort he made to promote that concept--and particularly to educate us--those of us who had the privilege of listening to him over the years. I was one of those people. In the War College Class of 1998-1929, he came to lecture.  I saw something that day that I never hoped to see in any lecture room.  After two hours a recess was called, and the class as one man demanded that he return to answer questions and to give us something more of his knowledge that was so interestingly presented.

The subject of that talk was the threat that an atheistic dictatorship posed to the free world, and the certainty that that threat would grow unless we--all of us--armed ourselves with the spiritual and intellectual capacities that we could develop so that we could get others to understand and so that we could oppose that threat practically and effectively.

He made no wild charges.  In fact, it was a speech where every statement was annotated--corroborated--by the documents that he himself had procured and brought out, often out of Russia.  That series of documents, by the way, was in a suitcase--two suitcases.  They were filled, and he knew exactly where to go to pick each one and to read it.  So I still remember that occasion if for nothing else than because of the excellence of the presentation.(Yes the Jesuits schooled Stalin and Hitler)

Through those years it was my privilege to be on the rim of little gatherings where I was a Major and he was a central figure and instructor, and to hear more of his wisdom given so freely and generously. So I should like today, therefore, to pay my personal tribute of respect, of belief in him, and even of affection for him.  I know so many of you here today are doing the same.(Ike was nothing more than a stooge for Jesuit Walsh"

As President, the highest executive official of this government, I want to do one other thing, to thank the University and the Society(Ike is actually thanking the Jesuits!!) and all of their supporters for the work they are doing in educating soldiers of peace.(educating soldiers for the Vatican Crusades around the world.)

Certainly this is what we expect our diplomats(Jesuit diplomats) to do--to be officers of the great army(militia for the papacy) that has as its first business the developing and sustaining of a peace with justice and with honor.(when in history has the Jesuits had any honor, let alone peace and justice?)

I am told of figures that were of no later vintage than April 1957, that 87 of your graduates are actively working now in the Foreign Service. Possibly there have been hundreds through these forty years.  That seemed to be the figure now actively working.(Ike knows where the America foreign policy is drawn up.  Same place where the Patriot Act was drawn up, Georgetown University by Viet D. Dinh)

I would hope your number would increase.(do you know what you just said Ike?) We need people who will find, in the service of their country and of peace, their great satisfaction. We need people who will apply themselves to understanding that the world, as we saw symbolized in the revolving globe at the entrance to the hall, is a single entity.(meaning the papacy) We need people who are not too much concerned by the immediate considerations of private gain or the effect on our own particular community of a wool importation, or the bad effect that is caused at times by some intemperate, ill-tempered description of other people in the world. We need people who see that no part, no matter how important, can be greater than the whole. In developing our country, they recognize that they must help to develop understanding and knowledge throughout the world; they recognize peaceful intentions,(the Jesuits have never known peace) and they(Jesuits) are determined to make those intentions reality.

So, to say that I am honored today by the University--that I am complimented by its presenting to me its Honorary Doctorate--is a great understatement.(yes Ike, you have been greatly rewarded)  I assure you that the presence here of these dedicated men and instructors and students in this audience is an inspiration--a memory that I shall carry with me.
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Edmond A. Walsh S.J. Eisenhower's handler Background.

Fr. Edmund Aloysius Walsh, S.J. (October 10, 1885 – October 31, 1956) was an American Jesuit Catholic priest, author, professor of geopolitics and founder of the Georgetown University School of Foreign Service, which he founded in 1919–six years before the U.S. Foreign Service itself existed–and served as its first regent.

He directed the Papal Famine Relief Mission to Russia in 1922, which also succeeded in securing for the Vatican the Holy Relics of St. Andrew Bobola (they were actually transported to Rome by the Walsh's Assistant Director, Louis J. Gallagher, who later wrote books both about Walsh and about Bobola).

Later, Walsh worked on behalf of the Vatican to resolve long-standing issues between Church and State in Mexico in 1929, and negotiated with the Iraqi government to establish an American College in Baghdad in 1931.

After the Allies' victory in World War II, Walsh served as Consultant to the U.S. Chief of Counsel at the Nuremberg Trials. During that task, he interrogated the German geopolitician General Karl Haushofer to determine whether or not he should stand trial for war crimes, eventually finding that Gen. Haushofer ought not stand trial.

Strongly anti-Communist, it is alleged that Walsh was the man who first suggested to Senator McCarthy that he use this issue in order to gain political prominence. Walsh vigorously promoted anti-Communism thought throughout his career.

Priest, educator, scholar, and statesman, (Jesuit) Edmund A. Walsh, S.J. (1885-1956) established the School of Foreign Service in 1919, the first of its kind in the U.S. While remaining actively involved in the running of the school, he undertook many international trips and diplomatic missions. He directed the Papal Famine Relief Mission to Russia in 1922, worked on behalf of the Vatican to resolve church and state in Mexico in 1929, negotiated with the Iraqi government to establish an American College in Baghdad in 1931, and served as Consultant to the U.S. Chief of Counsel at the Nuremberg Trials.

An American Jesuit Catholic priest, professor of geopolitics and founder of the Georgetown University School of Foreign Service, which he founded in 1919–six years before the U.S. Foreign Service itself existed–and served as its first dean.

His motivation for doing so came as a result of his experiences at the Versailles Conference of 1919.(Remember before the Versailles treaty, the Jesuits had been expelled out of Germany and after the treaty they were let back into German so they could work on the Third Reich)

In 1922, Jesuit Superior General Ledochowski appointed Walsh to negotiate with Lenin in Russia to provide emergency financial assistance on the provision that Joseph Stalin S.J. was appointed to oversee the day to day operations of the nation. The mission was given the public name Papal Famine Relief Mission with little aid reaching starving Russians, but towards building military and financial infrastructure.

In the middle 1920's Walsh was instrumental in the constant upheaval in Mexico having a direct hand in the assassination of several revolutionaries including Álvaro Obregón.  In 1929, Walsh then personally assisted Plutarco Elías Calles in the formation of the National Revolutionary Party (PNR) ensuring the security and primacy of the Catholic Church in Mexican politics and the party- an alliance that remains unbroken to this day.

In 1931, Walsh was instrumental in establishing diplomatic relations for the US Government in Baghdad.

One of his most important and influential appointments was as "consultant" to the U.S. Chief of Counsel at the Nuremberg Trials (1945-1946).  It was Walsh who was instrumental in ensuring the heavily occult focused symbolism and activities of the Nazis were never recorded into the trials, even though every single defendant wore dozens of occult symbols on their uniforms and participated in occult related ceremonies.

Walsh also ensured that the key involvement of the Catholic Church was striken from the official record, with accounts of Catholic Priests at concentration camps, regular meetings with Cardinals, Bishops and the Nazis destroyed or suppressed and absolutely no mention of Jesuit involvement.

Walsh also ensured a number of prominent Nazis were excluded from the Nuremberg Trials, none more than Karl Ernst Haushofer (1869-1946)- German General, geopolitical theorist and political architect of the Nazi political philosophy.  Haushofer more than any other German political thinker influenced Hitler and the Nazis in their European political outlook.
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