Chile is a country in South America, founded in 1818, by declaring its independence from Spain, with a population of 17,5 million people. Its capital and largest city is Santiago (33d parallel). It is a member of the United Nations. It is a dictatorship, ruled by the Jesuits. It has the 43d largest GDP. It is one of the main producers of copper (state company Codelco).





History of Chile

18000 bc Monte Verde valley culture

1534 Spanish colonists (Catholic Church) reach Chile.

1810 first junta, Mateo de Toro y Zambrano.

1818 declaration of independence.

1817 Patria Nueva era.

1856 the jesuits establish St Ignacio College Santiago.

1896 jesuit Federico Echaurren as president.

1925 jesuit Emiliano Figueroa as president.

1931 jesuit Juan Estaban Montero as president.

1935 jesuit Benardo Leighton founds the National Falange party.

1941 jesuit Alberto Hurtado as director of Catholic Action.

1961 pedophile Paul Schäfer, a follower of William Bramhan (ties to Roy Davis of KKK and Jim Jones), and Klaus Schnellenkamp arrive in colony of nazi Germans Colonia Dignidad.

1964 jesuit Gabriel Valdes as Minister of Foreign Affairs, jesuit Edmundo Perez Zujovic as Minister of Interior.

1970 Salvador Allende as president, supported by jesuit Radomiro Tomic.

1971 Pablo Neruda receives the Noble Prize.

1973 military coup on 9/11. Allende is replaced by Augusto Pinochet (Scottish Rite mason). Economic liberalization by economists trained by Milton Friedman at University of Chicago. John Lilly works with Oskar Ichazo (Enneagram of personality).

Establishment of secret police DINA, use of torture with electroshocks (like Ewen Cameron in MK Ultra experiments).

1975 assassination attempt of Bernardo Leighton (DINA and CIA gent Michael Townley) in Rome.

1976 murder of Orlanda Letelier (Transnational Institute).

1982 monetary crisis. Tom Araya (Slayer) is used in program Metal.

1990 end of Pinochet's rule, Patricio Aylwin.

1997 jesuits establish Alberto Hurtado University. CIA and Simon Wiesenthal spread rumors Josef Mengele having visited Colonia Dignidad.

2010 earthquake in Concepcion. masonic media ritual where 33 workers are trapped in a mine (Chilean president visits Queen Elizabeth with a rock from the mine, movie The 33 released by Phoenix Pictures).

2011 jesuit Pablo Longueira as Minister of Economy.

2015 Colonia film Daniel Brühl Emma Watson Martin Wuttke (Adolf Hitler in Inglourious Basterds).

2017 Hunting Hitler History Channel episode nazi colony.


Mateo de Toro y Zambrano, José Miguel Carrera, Mariano Osorio, Ramon Freire, Francisco Antonio Pinto, Fernando Aldunate (mason), Joaquin Prieto, Jose Joaquin Perez, Jorge Montt, Federico Echaurren (jesuit), Emiliano Figueroa (jesuit), Juan Estaban Montero (jesuit), Eduardo Frei Montalva, Salvador Allende, Augusto Pinochet, Patricio Aylwin, Eduardo Frei Ruiz-Tagle, Ricardo Lagos (Berggruen Institute), Michelle Bachelet (UN High Commissioner of Human Rights), Sebastian Pinera (Harvard, nephew of Roman Catholic bishop Bernardino Pinera), Gabriel Boric

Propaganda outlets

- Canal 13: jesuit Francisco Lopez Amenabar

- El Mercurio: founded by jesuit Augustin Edwards Mac-Clure

- La Red: jesuit Rafael Araneda

- Mega: jesuit José Miguel Vinuela

- TVN: jesuit Alvaro Gomez


the Jesuits