Rulers of Evil
As a proper noun, Rulers of Evil is a book by F. Tupper Saussy subtitled “Useful Knowledge About Governing Bodies.” As a term of reference it is the authorities in those governing bodies that operate at the behest of a charge assigned when man first began committing evil acts against one another.
The book chronicles the history of the legacy of Cain, focusing mostly on the period of the American Revolution, as well as political and social events before and after which more firmly established that legacy in the world today. It details the development of the chief office of modern governance and its militant duties to mitigate the effects of the world’s evildoers, while at the same time sustaining its viability as the ordained prosecutor of such individuals.
Rulers of evil best accomplish their goals by utilizing deceptive arts composed most comprehensively by Sun-Tzu. With its formalities of summary condemnation and ritualistic absolution, the Roman Catholic Church is the preeminent manager of the World’s evildoing, and accomplishes this by administering the Sun-Tzuan devices through the Society of Jesus, the organization of those better known as the Jesuits. They have been contemporarily awarded the task of using those tools, because they are most rigorously and extensively trained to make them work.
Saussy elucidates the history most people dismiss or even ignore to weave this narrative. His premise is that Cain was given the directive by God to regulate the conduct of the world’s inhabitants, as described in the Bible, the fourth chapter of Genesis. God does this by assigning him a mark to identify him (government requires an authoritative iconographic signature), giving him power seven times greater than any other human being (government has a monopoly on the use of force), and sending him out of his presence (government must intimately know evildoing to effectively constrain evildoing). After Cain wanders, he exploits his power to build the world’s first city, a necessary condition to fully utilize his prosecutorial capacity.
The bulk of the book is an exposition of the ways in which this seven-fold power has been girded through the ages, focusing specifically on the ways the Society of Jesus has formed and sustained the United States’ policy making body as the political division of Cain’s legacy. He deftly substantiates the biblical prophecy of Daniel: that the World System has been anchored by Rome and that the United States, through Great Britain, is merely the continuance of this order put in motion by God at the time of Cain.
Saussy also demonstrates many of the ways the system goes about keeping its devotees in the fold. The Jesuits are experts at moving individuals to adopt humanist beliefs and practices. With influence over the nation’s educational and media institutions, they have a tremendous amount of sway among those committed to upholding republican government yet are actually nourishing the autocracy of Rome.
F. Tupper Saussy, who passed away in 2007, was an artist and musician by trade. A one-time Grammy-nominated composer, he began seeing the truth about how the federal government arouses people to do things they wouldn’t otherwise do if they lived under the simple precepts of authentic godly living. He challenged federal authority in the 1980s for what he considered misguided enforcement of tax laws. During his vibrant entanglement with them over the following years, which included a felony conviction that he conceded was fully just, he realized that the government merely does what it has been ordained to do millennia ago.
His first book, The Miracle on Main Street, was a treatise about how the use of the constitutionally mandated medium of exchange, precious metals, would bring genuine economic abundance. He also wrote Tennessee Waltz about the ordeal of James Earl Ray, and he explained how the government used deceptive arts to manipulate events and the people’s perception of those events in its favor. The postscript of that book, “The Politics of Witchcraft,” is a description of the way powerful political and cultural institutions use elaborate deceit and duplicity to accomplish their ends. Rulers of Evil is not only the historical amplification of this premise, but it contains illuminating remarks about how to have true freedom in such necessary conditions.