Some background about the restoration of the Jesuits.
"As far as Europe was concerned, her reactionary policies in France, Austria, and Spain, as well as her support of antisemitic trends in Vienna, Paris, and Algiers were probably an immediate consequence of Jesuit influence. It was the Jesuits who had always best represented, both in the written and spoken word, the antisemitic school of the Catholic clergy. 44 This is largely the consequence of their statutes according to which each novice must prove that he has no Jewish blood back to the fourth generation . 45 And since the beginning of the nineteenth century the direction of the Church’s international policy had passed into their hands."
- Hannah Arendt.
The Origins of Totalitarianism pg. 102.
“My history of the Jesuits is not eloquently written, but it is supported by unquestionable authorities, and is very particular and very horrible. The Jesuit Order’s restoration in 1814 by Pope Pius VII is indeed a step toward darkness, cruelty, despotism, and death. … I do not like the appearance of the Jesuits. If ever there was a body of men who merited eternal damnation on earth and in hell, it is this Society of Ignatius de Loyola.”
– John Adams.
(1735-1826; 2nd President of the United States)
"Never before in the course of the world’s history had such a Society, like the Jesuit Order appeared. The old Roman Senate itself did not lay schemes for world domination with greater certainty of success.”
– Friedrich von Hardenberg.
Jesuit-trained Illuminist Adam Weishaupt and his fellow Jesuits cut off the income to the Vatican by launching and leading the French Revolution; by directing Napoleon’s conquest of Catholic Europe; and …by eventually having Napoleon throw Pope Pius VII in jail at Avignon until he agreed, as the price for his release, to reestablish the Jesuit Order. This Jesuit war on the Vatican was terminated by the Congress of Vienna and by the secret, 1822 Treaty of Verona.”
– Emanuel M. Josephson
“Since 1820... no such thing as independent national churches able to resist the Jesuit-dictated orders of the Pope has existed. The higher clergy of our day have pitched their tents in front of the Holy See and the Church has become what Bellarmin, the great Jesuit controversialist, always demanded it should become, an absolute monarchy whose policies can be directed by the Jesuits and whose development can be determined by pressing a button.”
-Cf. H. Boehmer, Les Jesuites, pg. 284.