Thursday, February 26, 2009

On Bishop Williamson's Second Apology

Bishop Williamson has apologized again, inappropriately in my view, for the shock and awe campaign that has come as a response to his public expression of his thoughts on certain elements of "Holocaust" doctrine. In fact, the responsibility for the calamitous, altogether disconnected and disproportionate reaction of this past month lies squarely on the rabbis and Judaic power-brokers and their accomplices in governments, in the media, in the curia and in the parishes directly involved in it; a reaction which has all of the proportion and justice of the December 2008 Gaza massacre. I disagree with the suggestion that a few words spoken by the Bishop are the cause of all this. Let's not validate the absurd notion that lynch-mob behavior is a normal or acceptable, inevitable response to controversy and that Catholics must tailor their words, nay, their thoughts, to forestall it.

What is most disconcerting about Bp. Williamson's apology, however, is the closing line: "As the Holy Father has said, every act of unjust violence against one man hurts all mankind." HERE

This is a clear reference to Benedict's shameful Holocaust sermon of January 28th, 2008 where he proclaimed, "May the Shoah be for all a warning against forgetfulness, against denial or reductionism, because the violence against a single human being is violence against all." HERE

I don't care to speculate on the motivations behind Bp. Williamson's adoption of Bendict's foreign language from his recent "Holocaust" sermon [see footnote]. I am also bewildered by Bishop Fellay's reported adoption of the "elder brothers" language on the lips of every crypto-rabbi in Rome today. This is not consistent with the SSPX message which has it that the society intends to bring Rome to Tradition. These statements, if taken at face value, indicate a new synthesis produced by this recent "Holocaust" debacle sending the SSPX off its stated course considerably.

If the price of admission into dialog with Rome on the errors of the Vatican II Council is adopting Rome's strange language and ideas concerning the "elder brothers" it would seem to be a case of straining out a gnat while swallowing a camel in my estimation--not worth it; a deal the Archbishop would have scoffed at.

I warn that the rabbis would not be satisfied, nor do I believe that Rome would grant "full communion," until "Rabbi Larry" and his cronies are preaching Holocaustolatry in SSPX schools and seminaries as they already do in Novus Ordo schools and seminaries HERE. Apologies from "Holocaust deniers" (who the rabbis, madmen that they are, place on par with the perpetrators of "The Holocaust") are inconsequential. There is no forgiveness for them. The only acceptable reparation is that they be imprisoned, cast out, or otherwise silenced, but more importantly, that their followers subsequently be mindbombed with Holocaust dogma. Benedict's elder brother, Rabbi Arthur Schneier proclaimed as much at the Vatican last week:

"... how can we but revolt at Holocaust-denial? Victims of the Holocaust have not given us the right to forgive the perpetrators nor the Holocaust deniers ... we must transmit "never again" through Holocaust education to future generations ..."

Pope and Pharisees Preach More Holocaustolatry


A spokesperson for Yad Vashem has stated the same in response to Bishop Williamson's apology:

"The millions of Jews that were murdered in the Holocaust and the survivors who were persecuted are not waiting for [Bp. Williamson's] apology," said Iris Rosenberg, spokeswoman of the Yad Vashem Holocaust museum in Jerusalem. "If he is looking to repent, he needs to admit that he was wrong in denying the truth. This is much more important to the people he claims to lead."

http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20090226/ap_on_re_eu/eu_italy_holocaust_denial


What is important to Yad Vashem is not an apology from Bishop Williamson, but conforming the minds of his followers to "Holocaust" dogma, and Yad Vashem has many accomplices in Rome who have already made "Holocaust" dogma standard curriculum in Novus Ordo Catholic schools and seminaries. A true traditional Catholic alternative to their kosher schools and seminaries is not acceptable to them.

Have no doubt, as the Vatican currently stands, this is what "full communion" entails.

My prayers are with the SSPX leadership. I cannot imagine the pressure that's upon them.

Footnote: Benedict stated, "violence committed against any one single human being is violence against all humanity. No man is an island, a well known poet once wrote." That poet is Anglican priest, John Donne who was steeped in the Pantheism, Hermeticism, and Kabbalism of the Renaissance, but the concept Benedict draws on is actually founded in Babylonian Talmud, tractate Sanhedrin 37a and applies only to "Jews:" "Whosoever destroys a single soul of Israel, scripture imputes [guilt] to him as if he had destroyed a complete world." Contrary to what Talmud suggests, this idea is not found in biblical Scripture.

18 comments:

Anonymous said...

Lynch mob mentality - that's it. I can detect, from reading comments on various Catholic sites (including traditional), not only a seething hatred but dormant violence just waiting to explode toward Catholics, who are not conforming themselves to the latest propaganda, at any given moment. We don't have to look for enemies outside; they're sitting next to us in the pews. Whether this was the intention behind all of this or just the consequence of it, I tell you truthfully, I am scared.

Anonymous said...

Why would Williamson quote from Ratzinger's "shameful holocaust sermon"? Someone should look into Williamson's past friendly relationship with Malachi Martin.

Hristoroquen said...

Gentlemen,


I seems apparent to me at least, that Bishop Williamson said exactly what he meant, i.e. his info was from the 80's, he's not a professional historian, it is his private opinion, and he'll check to see what the latest info (from the 80's until present I presume) indicates, since he has been asked to 'recant' his position. Something, of course, he can only do in the facts bear that out, and all he previously read was utter lies.

The truth is, of course, that there will be amplifying info, it will show that there were mass murders under the Nazis of many groups in general, but that the history as written by the Talmudist/Zionists is flawed in the extreme, intentionally to further their nefarious ends.

It is quite clear to me from even my limited research into the question, that with regard to the Judaics, the Zionist specifically played a very active and damning role in the persecution of the brethren, whether the number of murdered victims is 300,000 to 6 million. All in an effort to steal Palistnine from its inhabitants and get as many Judaics to that land as possible to further their plans. Remember! Zionism is far older that Nazism.

It is clear that the Judaics supported National Socialism financially in many ways, it is clear that the created the revolutionary trends of the last 300 in especial, are particularly responsible for the rise on atheist Capitalism, Communism, and the various socialism that include National Socialism.

They were major layers in the decadence and financial ruin of the Weimar period, and were the agitators that created the anarchic social circumstances that helped the Nazis to power.

These are some of the central issues that hinge on the exploitation of the so-called 'holocaust.' That is why any deceit connected with this issue is important to uncover.

It is NOT to take away from the suffering of ANY of the victims of WWII, Nazism, Communism, war crimes committed by all sides, etc., be the numbers low or high or in the middle!

The issue is to uncover the Truth, for the truth shall set you free! Why? Because no one from the individual to the nation state can make god informed decisions based on bosh and lies! History matters! We'll never get the full truth in this fallen world, but we ought to try to at least clear out the propaganda and lies to the maximum extent possible.

What is happening now, the dark, evil, and steam-rolling satanic push for world domination at the expense of the individual soul is directly and profoundly connected to the the events of the 30th century...duh, a statement of the obvious I know, but the irony is that it needs to be stated!

As to Bishop Williamson's apology, he is really only apologizing for a lapse in judgement, as well he should, he is a bishop and must take the Field Marshal's view of his words and actions. What was the core of his lapse? To wit-- he allowed the enemy to chose the place, time, and manner of the battle. And any mention of the problems of the 'holocaust' is verily to engage in a battle. There are many responses he could have given that would have sidestepped the trap and put the ball back in the enemy's court. Our Lord did this with the Pharisees. So tactically, yes he blew it. He knows it, he admits it, and he apologizes for the trouble that caused, just as a general might apologize for undertaking a just battle in a poorly thought-out manner, which caused more casualties that it ought to have had..

That's it and that's all...

I remain Yr Ob Serv in Christ,

H

Joe O said...

Someone should contact Bp. Williamson and suggest that he demand from the Vatican details about what exactly happened at Auschwitz and what is the evidence for these allegations. That would put the ball back in the Vatican's court.

Enoch said...

Perhaps Bp. Williamson's comment of, "every act of unjust violence against one man hurts all mankind," simply means that he hasn't altogether given up his Catholicism for the revisionist aryan religion. One can only hope, anyway.

Anonymous said...

Enoch, you're talking nonsense IMHO. Believing in revisionism doesn't make you any less of a Catholic, let alone a traditional Catholic!!

James said...

It seems like the idiocy of the Holocaust propagandists is about on par with what some of us said as little children when we got into a silly fit of mutual bad mouthing : "I'm rubber. You're glue. Whatever you say bounces off of me and sticks back on you and whatever I say sticks onto you." (Of course, it was of critical importance to be the first to say this unless you were the exceptional child who blew the whole game by saying, "You're a nice person!") The "Holocausters" say: "We're untouchable. You're condemned. Whatever you say bounces off us and goes back to condemn you and whatever we say condemns you."

James B. Phillips

Maurice Pinay said...

"Enoch" writes: "Perhaps Bp. Williamson's comment of, 'every act of unjust violence against one man hurts all mankind,' simply means that he hasn't altogether given up his Catholicism for the revisionist aryan religion. One can only hope, anyway."

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Contrary to what your unfounded smear suggests, the pertinent danger is the false religion of Holocaustolatry as we witness in Cardinal O'Malley of Boston and so many others.

Pope Benedict's words that are paraphrased in Bp. Williamson's apology are no guarantor of Catholic orthodoxy (as you seem to believe) given that they originate in the Mishnah of rabbinic Judaism. If you're claiming there's a basis for this strange idea in the Bible or Church canon, then bring evidence.

rev'd up said...

And what will we do when +W says, "Shazam! I see it all clearly now. The Holocaust was, is and ever shall be?"

This is looking like the biggest sting ever.

Hopefully my gut is wrong, but I see +W casting his yarmulke in with the synagogue of satan. At that point, Rome will have been completely conquered; then many will come to see that the Church never was Rome, nor was it the pope but it is the Catholic Faith which is independent of both.

Enoch said...

I wasn't aware that the words, "every act of unjust violence against one man hurts all mankind," originate in the Mishnah or rabbinic Judaism, since you did not mention this in your original post.

I'm taking the phrase at face value to mean that all men are considered as being made by God, in His image and likeness, therefore any unjust violence goes against the law of God. Surely this is consistent with Church teaching?

The revisionist religion believes, however, that those who today consider themselves to be "Jews" are in fact descended from Cain, and that Cain was the offspring of Satan and Eve. This is why the revisionists obsess on the "Jews" incessantly...because they believe that the "Jews" are inclined to do evil due to their being descended from Satan. Now this, most definately, goes against Church teaching.

Maurice Pinay said...

Enoch writes: "I wasn't aware that the words, "every act of unjust violence against one man hurts all mankind," originate in the Mishnah or rabbinic Judaism, since you did not mention this in your original post."

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In my original post it states that the saying is in Babylonian Talmud, Sanhedrin 37a and not in the Bible.

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"I'm taking the phrase at face value to mean that all men are considered as being made by God, in His image and likeness, therefore any unjust violence goes against the law of God. Surely this is consistent with Church teaching?"

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That's quite a creative interpretation of the phrase, "every act of unjust violence against one man hurts all mankind," since neither God or His Law are mentioned in it.

Taken at face value that pleasant sounding phrase is illogical. It doesn't follow by necessity that violence of any kind against one person brings harm upon all mankind, neither physically or spiritually. It's non-Catholic, Eastern, fortune cookie philosophy which rabbinic Judaism--the religion that the phrase comes from--is brimming with. Rabbinic Judaism is the religion of Babylon.

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"The revisionist religion believes, however, that those who today consider themselves to be "Jews" are in fact descended from Cain, and that Cain was the offspring of Satan and Eve."

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There is no revisionist religion. What you have stated is in fact what rabbinic Judaism teaches about non-"Jews." This is meticulously documented by Johann Andreas Eisenmenger in The Traditions of the Jews where the relevant passages are cited in full.

Will you ever substantiate your crazy accusations or do you intend instead to just heap new ones on the pile?

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"This is why the revisionists obsess on the "Jews" incessantly..."

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Revisionists don't obsess with "Jews." The field of W.W.II revisionism, for instance, deals with matters that "Jews" are obsessed with and which they obsessively force on the people of the world--Auschwitz, alleged homicidal gas chambers, etc.--by the power of Church/Synagogue and State, media, academia, etc.

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"... because they believe that the "Jews" are inclined to do evil due to their being descended from Satan. Now this, most definately, goes against Church teaching."

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This, once again, is what Judaism teaches about non-"Jews," and yes, it does go against Church teaching which is one of many reasons why the "elder brothers in the faith" racket is such a mockery.

There is no religious belief inherent to revisionism since it's not a religion, but rather, an approach to historical analysis. True Catholics, whether they happen to be revisionist historians or not, oppose rabbinic teachings about Eve being impregnated by Satan and the notion that any group of people are of Satanic origin and irredeemable.

Is it a habit of yours to make such wild, baseless, reputation annihilating accusations against people? How do you square that with God's Law and Catholic teaching? Are you familiar with God's Law pertaining to bearing false witness?

Enoch said...

Maurice Pinay wrote:
Taken at face value that pleasant sounding phrase is illogical. It doesn't follow by necessity that violence of any kind against one person brings harm upon all mankind, neither physically or spiritually. It's non-Catholic, eastern, fortune cookie philosophy which rabbinic Judaism--the religion that the phrase comes from--is brimming with. Rabbinic Judaism is the religion of Babylon."

Mr. Pinay,
Would you agree, though, that unjust violence against someone is a sin? If so, then I think I can back up my premise with Church teaching. In his book titled 'Divine Intimacy,' which is popular with traditional Catholics, the author Fr. Gabriel of St. Mary Magdalen writes about sin and its effects, from the part of his book on the first week of Lent. Please pay particular attention to the sentences where he states, "This is the law of solidarity, for the misfortune of one is the misfortune of the others; each sin is a burden on the whole world and disturbs the equilibrium of God's plan."

Here's the entire passage:
"Jesus, our head, invites us, his members, to unite with him in his work of destroying sin: to destroy it in ourselves down to its very roots, that is, in our evil inclinations, and to destroy it likewise in his other members by allowing Him to work in us. This is the law of solidarity, for the misfortune of one is the misfortune of the others; each sin is a burden on the whole world and disturbs the equilibrium of God's plan. Therefore, every Christian, and more especially, every soul consecrated to God, must throw himself ardently into battle against sin and fight it with the proper weapons: penance, expiatory prayer, and most of all, love. When love of charity is perfect, it destroys sin more effacaciously than the fire of purgatory. In this we see why the saints were able to convert so many souls. God used the fire of their charity to do away with sin in others."

John Zebedee said...

I wasn't aware that the words, "every act of unjust violence against one man hurts all mankind," originate in the Mishnah or rabbinic Judaism...


"Every act of unjust violence against one neighbor (Jew) hurts all mankind,"...Something like that from the Talmud, correct?...The other transliteration was used in 'Schindler's List' aimed at goy ears...

Now what crime did this man commit?...Did he question the new Kaballistic 'religion' of 'holocaustianity'?...This counterfeit doctrine?...And where does the Society of Pius X stand on this?...Will they not come to his aid?...Did he make too many enemies there?...Was Williamson's ego too large?...And what about the Vatican?...Will they allow a new martyr to be led to the dungeons?...Or are they in on the 'play'?...At the moment this is looking very much like a 'stage play'...Are the politics here just as they appear to be, the 'politically correct' and 'hate speech' police, the EU,
the main villains, or is something happening within the Vatican itself that is driving this sordid affair?

Maurice Pinay said...

Responding to "Enoch":

"On the contrary, It is written (Ezekiel 18:20): 'The son shall not bear the iniquity of the father.' ... If ... we speak of punishment inflicted on account of sin, inasmuch as it is penal, then each one is punished for his own sin only, because the sinful act is something personal.

"... no one suffers loss in the goods of the soul without some fault of his own. Wherefore Augustine says (Ep. ad Avit.) [Ep. ad Auxilium, ccl.], such like punishments are not inflicted on one for another's sin, because, as regards the soul, the son is not the father's property. Hence the Lord assigns the reason for this by saying (Ezekiel 18:4): 'All souls are Mine.' ..." (Summa Theologica, Part I-II, Question 87, Article 8)

St.Thomas does state that some temporal "ills sustained in bodily goods or even in the body itself," can be suffered for the sin of another insomuch as it serves as "medicinal punishments intended for the health of the soul." But this is not by necessity and only in the temporal, not the spiritual sphere. It cannot serve as the basis for a universal principle such as Pope Benedict proclaimed and was subsequently paraphrased in Bp. Williamson's second apology ("Every act of unjust violence against one man hurts all mankind").

Maurice Pinay said...

I wasn't aware that the words, "every act of unjust violence against one man hurts all mankind," originate in the Mishnah or rabbinic Judaism...

"Every act of unjust violence against one neighbor (Jew) hurts all mankind,"...Something like that from the Talmud, correct?...The other transliteration was used in 'Schindler's List' aimed at goy ears...


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See here:

http://www.revisionisthistory.org/revisionist5.html

Anonymous said...

rev'd up said" "Hopefully my gut is wrong, but I see +W casting his yarmulke in with the synagogue of satan. At that point, Rome will have been completely conquered; then many will come to see that the Church never was Rome, nor was it the pope but it is the Catholic Faith which is independent of both." You are on the right track.Just drop the word Catholic and replace it with Christian and you'll understand the faith once delivered unto the saints.It never was the Harlot religion of Rome or it's Protestant daughter harlots.

PW53 said...

As a psychologist, I believe Bishop Williamson has some significant psychological disorder. What could account for his blatant denial that gas chambers exist? Has he not seen one?
His smug response to the Pope about taking his time to respond was a slap in the face, even to the level of basic respect to another human being. But what would Williamson know about respect. He has more than insulted all who suffered and have parents and grandparents that did as well. What is this man's point or purpose? He had the nerve to say he would do his own research about the gas chambers before apologizing.
He obviously holds himself in high esteem. He is everything one would not want in a person with his responsibilities. I think he needs to be re excommunicated. He can spend his days doing research on the gas chambers instead of stirring up old and deep wounds that need no opening and will neer be forgotten. He is one of the ill of society and it may be best for him to live out his life in a protected psychiatric 'environment.' What motivates this behavior. I for one, do not know or purport to understand.
P Wolskee

Maurice Pinay said...

As a psychologist, I believe Bishop Williamson has some significant psychological disorder. What could account for his blatant denial that gas chambers exist? Has he not seen one?

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You're not a psychologist. You're a thought cop.