Propaganda Due (P2) was a controversial freemasonry group in Italy during the 1970s and 1980s. Initially founded in 1877 as a masonic lodge, the group’s secretive and extremist activities escalated, leading to connections with organized crime and political corruption. The infamous Banco Ambrosiano scandal exposed P2’s involvement in corruption, fraud, and money laundering, eventually leading to the group’s downfall and disbandment. The legacy of P2 lingers in Italian politics, and serves as a reminder of the dangers of extremist ideology and political corruption.
Uncovering the Dark Secrets of ‘God’s Banker’: Roberto Calvi, the Vatican, and the Masonic Lodge Propaganda Due
Discover the mysterious and controversial story of Roberto Calvi, known as “God’s Banker” and his connections to the Masonic Lodge Propaganda Due (P2) and the collapse of Banco Ambrosiano. Uncover the extent of corruption and secrecy in Italian politics and finance