History is important in this little story.
Nicaraguan dictator Daniel Ortega has declared the Jesuit religious order illegal, mandating the confiscation of all its assets.
Ortega's government is what the Jesuits begged and campaigned for back in the late '70's.
...The Jesuit order, which supported the leftwing Sandinista guerilla group and rise to power of Daniel Ortega in the late 1970s and early 1980s, had grown more and more critical of the Ortega regime in recent years.
Jesuit Father Fernando Cardenal, a proponent of Liberation Theology and member of the Sandinistas, was Nicaragua’s minister of education from 1984 to 1990. Pope John Paul suspended Father Cardenal for his political activism in violation of Canon Law, along with a number of other priests, including his brother, Father Ernesto Cardenal.
Fernando Cardenal continued to live in a Jesuit house while he was education minister and was formally readmitted to the Jesuit order in 1997, after having renounced his membership in the Sandinistas in 1993....
They got their 'revolutionary theology' right up the wazoo. Ortega didn't change; he merely went to Phase Two: get rid of the Church.
The Obama/Soros/Wyss revolutionaries in the US have the same plan, (but the secular ones haven't told the religious ones about Phase Two). And the religious ones are stupid enough to think only about "Phase One".
All of them must be stopped.