Thursday, July 30, 2009

Catholic School Teachers Programmed to "Bear Witness" to Holocaustolatry

"Advanced" Holocaustolatry:
In Israel, Catholic School Teachers Study Anti-Semitism & the Holocaust

New York, NY, July 30, 2009 … Catholic school teachers from around the country traveled to Israel to learn about anti-Semitism and the Holocaust as part of the Anti-Defamation League's (ADL) nationally acclaimed Bearing Witness Advanced program.

Bearing Witness Advanced provides educators with an opportunity to gain firsthand knowledge of Israel against the backdrop of Jewish history, the Holocaust and Catholic-Jewish relations.

"Combining experts' knowledge of the Holocaust with the words of those who experienced it can have a unique and powerful impact," said Dr. Ed S. Alster, ADL's Director of Education. "The teachers learned firsthand how anti-Semitism can lead to tragedy if left unchecked. The experience should enable them to convey these lessons to their students more effectively."

At Yad Vashem, the Holocaust Martyrs' and Heroes' Remembrance Authority, the teachers heard from Holocaust survivors, historians and pedagogical experts. They also visited Christian and Jewish holy sites, and met with interfaith experts. To lend a contemporary sense of Israel, the group traveled around the country, and met with authors, journalists and political analysts.

To prepare for the trip, the educators attended an introductory seminar at Seton Hall University with Holocaust and anti-Semitism experts.

The 19 participants in the 2009 Bearing Witness Advanced seminar hailed from Arizona, California, Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Louisiana, Maryland, Montana, New Jersey, New York and Pennsylvania. All are graduates of regional ADL Bearing Witness programs.

Since its inception, Bearing Witness has trained more than 1,000 Catholic school educators across the country. In 1998 it became an ADL nationally sponsored program and ADL regional offices began replicating the initiative in 2002. Bearing Witness is endorsed by the National Catholic Educational Association (NCEA) and the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops.

The Anti-Defamation League, founded in 1913, is the world's leading organization fighting anti-Semitism through programs and services that counteract hatred, prejudice and bigotry.

Fact Sheet on the ADL

Rabbis Preach Guilt in Catholic Schools

New Testament and Catholic Schools Processed by Talmudic Dialectics

Cardinal Keeler Honored by ADL

NY's New Archbishop Gets Straight to Work

USCCB Still Foisting Shoah Business on Catholics

Chief Rabbis Ask Pope for Holocaust Studies in Catholic Schools

neoBolshevik Warfare Taking Place in Catholic Classrooms

Bad Advice From the Pope

"Auschwitz: Beginning of a New Era?"

Wednesday, July 29, 2009

Tisha B'Av: Just a Thought

With the arrival of Tisha B'Av (the 9th day of the 11th month of the Hebrew calendar) which is traditionally held as a day of great catastrophe in Judaism, perhaps it's worth considering whether it's a mere coincidence that the day of venahafoch hu (reversal, turning around of circumstances) for Zionism came on the catastrophic 11th day of the 9th month of the Gregorian calendar 2001:

Asked [the night of September 11, 2001] what the attack meant for relations between the United States and Israel, Benjamin Netanyahu, the former prime minister, replied, "It's very good." Then he edited himself: "Well, not very good, but it will generate immediate sympathy." He predicted that the attack would "strengthen the bond between our two peoples, because we've experienced terror over so many decades, but the United States has now experienced a massive hemorrhaging of terror." (James Bennet, "A DAY OF TERROR: THE ISRAELIS; Spilled Blood Is Seen as Bond That Draws 2 Nations Closer," New York Times, September 12, 2001)

The Israeli newspaper Ma'ariv on Wednesday reported that Likud leader Benjamin Netanyahu told an audience at Bar Ilan university that the September 11, 2001 terror attacks had been beneficial for Israel.

"We are benefiting from one thing, and that is the attack on the Twin Towers and Pentagon, and the American struggle in Iraq," Ma'ariv quoted the former prime minister as saying. He reportedly added that these events "swung American public opinion in our favor."

Netanyahu reportedly made the comments during a conference at Bar-Ilan University on the division of Jerusalem as part of a peace deal with the Palestinians. ("Report: Netanyahu says 9/11 terror attacks good for Israel," Haaretz, April 18, 2008)

also see:

Perpetual Purim, Reversal/Hippuch

Purim-Shpiel 2009

Sunday, July 26, 2009

Some Terrorist Cells are More Equal than Others

Great. Paranoid yidden receiving training from a foreign terrorist organization with automatic weapons in the U.S. The 'settler' movement has come full circle, back to New York.

If these Kitat Konenut 'Jews' were subjected to the same standards that Judaic organizations have created for Muslims, they would be identified as terrorists, indefinitely "detained" without rights as "unlawful enemy combatants," humiliated and tortured for years on end as talmudized lawyers, politicians and shills explained that the torture they were subject to is not really torture.

IDF Vets Train U.S. Jews to Protect Their Communities

Maayana Miskin - Arutz Sheva

July 27, 2009

( Starting in late July, a group of Israeli combat veterans will be holding a training camp in New York to teach advanced self-defense techniques to Jews in U.S. communities. An increasing number of American Jews have expressed interest in the program following a wave of anti-Semitic incidents worldwide over the past year, organizers report.

The group calls itself Kitat Konenut New York – a reference to the “rapid response teams” active throughout Judea and Samaria. Rapid response teams in Israel, comprised of local civilians who are IDF veterans, have often been the first on the scene of terrorist attacks and other emergencies, and have prevented casualties.

It was founded in 2006 in response to a shooting attack at a Jewish center in Seattle, Washington. One woman was murdered in the attack, and several others were wounded.

The group is apolitical, and does not take part in demonstrations. “Our agenda is to protect Jews,” says group member Yonatan Stern. However, the group does have a firmly held political belief. “We believe in the constitutional right to bear arms,” Stern says. Kitat Konenut encourages all American Jews to learn how to use weapons, and to purchase their own firearms for self-defense.

Trainees learn the IDF's unique martial arts style, known as Krav Maga, and learn to identify suspicious objects and dismantle improvised explosives. They are also trained to use a variety of both non-lethal and lethal weapons, including assault rifles and sniper rifles. Trainers review techniques to deal with situations ranging from knife fights to urban warfare.

Training this year will begin on July 31 and conclude on August 9.

Saturday, July 25, 2009

'Truth' Synthesized Dialogically

In SSPX Fr. Scott's commentary on Pope Benedict's recent misnamed encyclical, Caritas in Veritate, inter alia, he offers the following insight:

Here is the Pope’s definition of truth, playing on the Greek expression for the Word (of God): “Truth, in fact, is lógos which creates diá-logos, and hence communication and communion.” Truth requires communication with others’ truth. The very next sentence explains what he means by communication, namely if a person is not willing to let go of his personal opinions, he cannot have the truth: “Truth, by enabling men and women to let go of their subjective opinions and impressions, allows them to move beyond cultural and historical limitations and to come together in the assessment of the value and substance of things” (§4). Without such a sharing with others there is no truth, for man is isolated in his “subjective opinions.” (Fr. Scott, "HUMANIST MANIFESTO: A commentary on the encyclical Caritas in veritate")

I have suggested in the past that those who seek to know the origin of Benedict's (and many other bishops', particularly Cardinal Kasper) foreign concept of "dialogue" must look to the writings of hasidic philosopher Martin Buber (and the Bal Shem Tov and other kabbalists Buber's thinking was derived from), who Benedict and Kasper have both plainly said is a major influence.


Benedict XVI: Dialogue With the People of the Talmud a "Sacred Duty"

Walter Kasper's Mentor: Hassidic Philosopher, Martin Buber

The Dialogical Path Towards Disaster

The Gospel tells us Jesus taught as one having authority. The Truths of Jesus' teachings weren't arrived at through 'dialogue' with Pharisees as a means of "moving beyond cultural and historical limitations." Neither do we see such an example in the Apostles or the Church fathers. Benedict is preaching an anti-Gospel. He's claiming a "sacred" mandate to get us seated at the table with the lawyers so that they can defraud us with their word magic. There is no example for "sacred dialogue" in the Church canon. Beware these hasidic teachings of Benedict XVI. They lead to ruin.

No Comment From Vatican on Orthodox Union's IDF Inciting Blood Libel

The disparity between Vatican silence on this matter and the anathemas against "the 'Holocaust' denying bishop" is remarkable. Where are the calls for accountability and "teshuva"? Catholic-'Jewish' relations operates by the ridiculous double standards of Orthodox Judaism, not the universal standards of Christianity. It's clear that the safety of Christians in the 'holy' land is subservient to the maintenance of the elder brothers delusion which would have been shattered from the very beginning if the Vatican didn't cover up another elder brother 'indiscretion' as this one.

Israel stops distributing booklet claiming Vatican-Hezbollah ties

By Judith Sudilovsky
Catholic News Service

Jul 24, 2009

JERUSALEM (CNS) - Booklets claiming that the Vatican helped organize tours of the Auschwitz concentration camp for Hezbollah members to teach them how to wipe out Jews were distributed to Israeli soldiers for several months before Israeli military officials suspended the distribution.

Auschwitz, in southern Poland, was a Nazi extermination center during World War II. Hezbollah is a militant Islamic group in Lebanon.

The booklet in question was received as a donation and was distributed on good faith as a gift for soldiers, the Ha'aretz English daily newspaper reported July 19.

Titled "On Both Sides of the Border," the booklet was published by the Union of Orthodox Jewish Congregations of America with the cooperation of Safed Chief Rabbi Shmuel Eliahu, according to Ha'aretz.

When attention was focused on the contents of the booklet, its distribution was suspended immediately, the Israel Defense Forces said in an official statement following the newspaper's report.

The Israel Defense Forces did not respond to questions submitted by Catholic News Service.

The Union of Orthodox Jewish Congregations in Israel also declined comment. Archbishop Antonio Franco, apostolic nuncio to Israel, was out of the country and could not be reached for comment.

The Israeli Ministry of Foreign Affairs had not received any complaints from the Vatican or the nunciature about the incident, spokesman Andy David said.

The booklet is purported to be the story of one Hezbollah fighter who had been close to Hezbollah leader Sheik Hassan Nasrallah and who converted to Judaism. It describes Hezbollah's supposed close relationship with the Vatican and European leaders. The booklet describes an official visit to the concentration camp led by officials from the Vatican.

“We knew (the pope) identified with Hezbollah's struggle,” the man is quoted as saying in the booklet, Ha'aretz reported.

The booklet does not specify to which pope he is referring.

“I think everyone knows this (claim) is bogus,” David said.

Thursday, July 23, 2009

Israeli Terrorist, Shimon Peres Surprise Keynote Speaker at 'Congress of World Religions'

Ethnic/Religious Cleansing Advocate, Israeli Chief Rabbi Yona Metzger with Cardinal Jean-Louis Tauran (who identifies "The Holocaust" as the mystery of iniquity) at July 1-2, 2009 congress for "tolerance and cooperation between the religions" in Astana, Kazakhstan

The Vision of Shared Moral Values

Edda Schlager -Quantura

The third "Congress of World Religions" took place the first two days of July 2009 in Kazakhstan. By appealing for more tolerance and cooperation between the religions, the host country wants to raise its profile as international peacemaker.

"I come from the Middle East and therefore I prefer to sit in a pyramid – a better symbol than the Tower of Babel, which stands for people's inability to understand each other."

With these words Israeli president Shimon Peres voiced his approval of the venue in the Kazakhstan capital of Astana where the "Congress of World Religions" was held on 1 and 2 July [2009].

Over 500 members of all major religions from 35 different countries responded to the invitation, among them representatives of various Christian confessions such as Catholics, Russian-Orthodox and Protestants, along with Muslims, Jews, Hindus, Buddhists, Taoists and Zoroastrians.

They all convened at the "Palace of Peace and Reconciliation," a futuristic pyramid designed by star architect Sir Norman Foster for the capital city's new centre.

Incursion of politics into religion

Apparently, not all of the participants understood the call for interreligious dialogue in the same way as the organisers. As Shimon Peres held his opening address, the Iranian delegation demonstratively walked out.

"We've come to hear religious leaders," remarked Mehdi Mostafavi, president of the Islamic Culture and Relations Organisation in Iran. "Peres is not a religious leader, but a man of violence."

The Iranian delegation didn't find out until the day before the conference that Shimon Peres would not only attend, but had also been chosen as keynote speaker, and they reacted by threatening not to come. They did however return to the conference hall once Peres had finished his speech.

Despite this confrontation, those attending the conference were unanimous in their assessment that only mutual tolerance, understanding for the positions of the others and an active exchange on the existential problems of humanity could lead to lasting peace.

The dream of a new world order

Kazakhstan hosted the "Congress of World Religions" for the third time, after prior events in 2003 and 2006. With this initiative the country not only wants to enhance its status as international peacemaker amongst the religions – Kazakhstan's President Nursultan Nazarbayev also took advantage of the platform to pitch himself as initiator of a restructuring of the global order.

In his keynote speech, Nazarbayev linked the appeal for mutual understanding he addressed to the religious representatives in attendance with an analysis of the financial crisis: "The current crisis offers a unique opportunity to realise the dream of a new world order," he pointed out. To pass up such a chance would be inexcusable ...

Cardinal Jean-Luis Tauran, president of the Papal Council for Interreligious Dialogue and leader of the Catholic delegation in Astana, reminded the attendees in his greeting address that peace must be based on justice.

"I don't like the word 'tolerance'," Tauran commented. "It's frequently misused. A brother does not want to be tolerated, but to be loved." According to Tauran, Pope Benedict XVI was also following the congress with a great deal of goodwill.

The Ashkenazi Chief Rabbi of Israel, Yona Metzger, sees the main job of religious leaders as consisting in "strengthening trust, justice and moral values." Metzger admonished the participants not to "misuse religious places to spread terrorism or as weapons depots" ...

In their closing note the participants in the conference spoke out on behalf of "shared moral values" as the only way to avoid interreligious and interconfessional conflicts. They voiced the hope that interreligious dialogue could help to circumvent stereotypes, prejudices and religious disputes ...

full article:

From Yad Vashem to Your Child's Mind via 'Catholic' 'Education'

This should be read in tandem with THIS, THIS, and THIS.

Catholic students create Holocaust memorial exhibit

Jordan J. Hay - Jewish Tribune

Wednesday, 22 July 2009

TORONTO – A group of about 100 students from Toronto’s Neil McNeil Catholic Secondary School created a Holocaust memorial exhibit in school this year. The project, conceived and administered by Art and English teacher Mary Capin, consists of original artwork and poetry by students aged 14-18.

Capin, who studied Holocaust studies at Yad Vashem in Jerusalem, feels educating students on the Holocaust is vital, “because they don’t always know.”

All of Capin’s students participated over a three-week period, either by creating a piece of mixed-media art inspired by actual Holocaust-era photographs or by composing a poem inspired by their classmate’s artwork. The one-day exhibit was held in the McNeil gymnasium.

“They were very focused on this; they took it very seriously. I told them, ‘This is not to be rushed; this is an important assignment,’” said Capin.

The display was divided into seven time-sequenced sections – Boycott of Jewish Businesses, Nuremberg Race Laws, Labelling, Ghettos, Deportation, Concentration Camps and The Final Solution – with each depicting works showcasing student’s perspectives of each category.

Capin believes similar projects should be mandatory in all school systems, citing the importance of teaching non-violence and tolerance to youth.

“They’ve become desensitized to violence; it’s disturbing. They lose the sense of humanity and human connection,” said Capin.

“These kids are being moved by it; a lot of them didn’t know,” she added.

While the exhibit is no longer on display, Capin hopes to find it a permanent home and to present the works during Holocaust Education Week in November.

Tuesday, July 21, 2009

Franciscans, EU to Open Yeshiva in Poland

Recall that Opus Dei supports rabbinic seminarians HERE.

Catholic friars to open Hebrew academy in Poland

(AFP) July 21, 2009

WARSAW — Roman Catholic Franciscan friars are to open Poland's first privately-run Hebrew academy in October with the approval of the country's chief rabbi and a Polish cardinal, its rector said Tuesday.

"We've started recruiting and there's a lot of interest. We're thinking of accepting 45 students for a start," academy rector Father Maksymin Tandek told AFP.

"During my studies in Israel, I discovered its rich and beautiful history. Jews lived in Poland for a thousand years. My dream is to preserve the wealth and beauty of their society here," he said.

The three-year-long programme at the academy located in Torun, north-east Poland, will focus on Hebrew literature, linguistics, Israeli history, Poland's Jews, and modern, rabbinical and biblical Hebrew as well as Syrian and Aramaic.

"Polish archives and libraries contain a large number of documents with an an enormous wealth of Jewish thought, but now no one is examining them. We need specialists to catalogue them and make them public," Tandek said.

European Union funds will cover half of the operation costs of the academy, open to high school graduates. Students will have to pay 2,000 zloty (470 euros, 670 dollars) in tuition fees per semester, Tandek said.

The project has been endorsed by Poland's chief rabbi Michael Schudrich and Roman Catholic Cardinal Stanislaw Dziwisz, the former private secretary of the late Polish-born pope John Paul II.

The academy is to be based in Torun, a university town of 200,000 residents, also home to Radio Maryja, a Catholic fundamentalist broadcaster run by Father Tadeusz Rydzyk criticised for nationalist and anti-Semitic programming ...

full article:

Related to this story is the rabbis' golem who calls herself 'Madonna' and her handlers scheduling a performance in the same area of Poland on the feast day of the Assumption of the Blessed Mother:

Poland Catholics oppose Madonna's concert

For some background on the history of antipathy between Catholics and the rabbis in Poland see Judaism Discovered pp 110-111 and Benedict XIV's encyclical A Quo Primum.

And it is worth recalling this moment in 'Jewish'-Catholic relations:

Pope John Paul II disciplined by his elder brother in the faith, Poland Chief Rabbi Menachem Joskowicz June 11, 1999. (AP File Photo / June 11, 1999)

In the past, traditionalists, seemingly unable to face the reality of the Judeo-Catholic relations racket, have dismissed this image as being photoshopped. I assure readers that it is authentic and the details of the incident it captures are documented here:

The Crosses of Auschwitz, Geneviève Zubrzycki

A Note from a Reader on 'RORATE CÆLI'

This noteworthy comment on 'RORATE CÆLI' (a kosher 'traditional Catholic' affair) comes from a reader:

A "traditionalist" blog, , is effectively patrolled by Judaizers who hate to be exposed as such.

A recent post there, "SSPX goes on trial in Britain, fails in bid to buy church," failed to mention the Judaic involvement, but some readers, myself included, added those details learned here, some exposure of the evidence against "6 million" and "homicidal gas chambers," and revived opposition to the head Judaizer "Jordanes," arguing against his claim that Deuteronomy 17:8ff allowed the rabbis such liberty that they could not possibly be accused of "altering the very content of Mosaic revelation."

Insistence that Deuteronomy 4:2, Josue 1:7-8 et al. define that the rabbis were required to legislate within the Law could not persuade this "Jordanes" that the rabbis had significantly voided the commandments of God for their own traditions.

Indeed, the very words of Jesus and the perennial exegesis of His Words have no weight against Judaizers in denial of the Faith.

It took only a few hours for the massive evidence adduced by many against "Jordanes" for the entire thread to be scrubbed.

I mention this in hopes that informed readers of this blog will themselves begin to patrol the Rorate Caeli Blog to post against the Judaizing there.

To no avail I have corresponded with the site's supposed chaplain, Fr. Demets FSSP, in hopes that he can counsel "New Catholic" newcatholic at and "Jordanes" (I have, but will not publish here his probable personal email) against their thorough scrubbing of all quotes from Jesus, the Apostles, Doctors, Saints, Popes, and Councils and scrubbing of all revelatory Torah quotes and rabbinical exegesis.

Perhaps some would like to join in a campaign against the Judaizers at that heavily traveled site.

Feel free to correspond with me in this or other matters at

Monday, July 20, 2009

'Elder Brothers in the Faith' Incite IDF with Anti-Catholic Blood Libel

The rabbis are again conjuring the 'Esau hates Jacob' psychodrama as a means of maintaining control over the yidden through fear and inciting the IDF to eradicate the little remaining Christian presence in the 'holy' land.

Rabbi Tzvi Hersh Weinreb, head of the Union of Orthodox Jewish Congregations of America which published this anti-Catholic blood libel, claims to have received a medal from Pope Benedict. Benedict met Rabbi Weinreb in a small delegation of rabbis during his U.S. visit in March 2008. The "Catholic League" played into Rabbi Weinreb's 'reasonable rabbi' gambit in April 2008.

The Pope and bishops tell us that these are our elder brothers in the faith and that our liturgy and teachings must be changed to suit them. It seems that the more our liturgy and teachings are changed and our good pastors are silenced to suit these 'elder brothers in the faith,' the more they escalate their savage attack on our faith.

Vatican teaching Hezbollah how to kill Jews, says pamphlet for IDF troops

Ofri Ilani - Haaretz

July 19, 2009

The Pope and the cardinals of the Vatican help organize tours of Auschwitz for Hezbollah members to teach them how to wipe out Jews, according to a booklet being distributed to Israel Defense Forces soldiers.

Officials encouraging the booklet's distribution include senior officers, such as Lt. Col. Tamir Shalom, the commander of the Nahshon Battalion of the Kfir Brigade.

The booklet was published by the Union of Orthodox Jewish Congregations of America, in cooperation with the chief rabbi of Safed, Rabbi Shmuel Eliahu, and has been distributed for the past few months.

The booklet, titled "On Either Side of the Border," purports to be the testimony of "a Hezbollah officer who spied for Israel."

The copy obtained by Haaretz included a Pesach greeting from Shalom, "in the name of the Nahshon Brigade."

The story is narrated by a man named Avi, who says he changed his name from Ibrahim after he left Hezbollah and converted to Judaism. Avi says he was once close to Hezbollah leader Sheikh Hassan Nasrallah, and describes Hezbollah's purported close relationships with the Vatican and European leaders.

The IDF Spokesman's Office said in a statement: "The book was received as a donation and distributed in good faith to the soldiers. After we were alerted to the sensitivity of its content, distribution was immediately halted."

According to the book, Nasrallah was invited to join a delegation to tour France, Poland and Italy, including the Vatican. Nasrallah could not refuse an invitation from the Vatican, Avi explained: "We knew [the Pope] identified with Hezbollah's struggle."

The book describes the alleged visit of Hezbollah officials to Auschwitz, led by the Vatican: "We came to the camps. We saw the trains, the platforms, the piles of eyeglasses and clothes ... We came to learn ... Our escort spoke as he was taught. We quickly explained to him: Every real Arab, deep inside, is kind of a fan of the Nazis."

The booklet also describes how European politicians and journalists ostensibly work against Israel.

"Our escort introduced us to important figures who identify with our causes. Rich people, people with authority ... They allocate big budgets to all sorts of Israeli organizations that erode the standing of the IDF ... We have a special budget for encouraging politicians and journalists who serve our purposes. Every opinion piece that conforms to our position is rewarded generously."

Rabbi Shmuel Eliahu, the son of former Sephardi chief rabbi Mordechai Eliahu, is known for his extremist views, and was once charged with incitement to racism after calling for the expulsion of all Arab students from Safed College after a terror attack in the area.

The younger Eliahu was also behind an online video in which he described the "miracle of our matriarch Rachel," whom he claims appeared before Israeli soldiers in Gaza to warn them of booby-trapped buildings during Operation Cast Lead.

"In some of the places we went in Gaza there was a woman who warned them ... 'Did they tell you who I am,' she said, 'I am the matriarch Rachel," Eliahu says in the video. He claims his father confirmed the veracity of the story, and told him that he had prayed to Rachel: "I told her: Rachel, there's a war... Go to God, Blessed Be He, pray over the soldiers who sacrifice themselves for the People of Israel, so that they will strike and not be struck."

David Menahemov, an aide to Eliahu, claims the book is not fiction. "Avi is a real person and everything in the book is absolutely true," insists Menahemov. "It's a totally true story, I know the guy personaly. He's an Arab, who even though he converted still acts like an Arab. We helped him to write and to translate it. We changed a few details to protect him and his family."

Tuesday, July 14, 2009

Chabad Rabbi Preaches Talmudic 'Noahide Laws' to Congress Again

Naturally, this is unremarkable to the Kosher-conservative commentators who hysterically warn of an 'imminent threat' of Islamic Sharia law coming to our shores.

Thomas Jefferson in his letter to John Adams of October 12, 1813 contrasted rabbinism harshly against the teachings of Jesus identifying it as a system of wretched depravity. He must be rolling in his grave. What a pit of wretched, rabbinic depravity this once great nation has become.

Expelled SSPX Priest, Fr Abrahamowicz Interviewed

An excerpt:

S.H.: Of your public statements regarding the Holocaust controversy, what caused the most problems? Why?

Fr. A.: My fellow-priests agreed with all that I said in my interview with the Tribuna de Trevise. But no one imagined the media effect it would produce. So it was the very fact of publicly attacking the Jews which made my confreres and superiors tremble and then shook their friendship. Touching the new Messiah, i.e. criticising Zionist policy, is the ultimate lèse-majesté. At present the Vatican is bowing down before the Zionist reign. So the Society, by entering into friendship with Ratzinger’s Vatican ought to sacrifice to the gods. Once the Vatican, by its spokesman Lombardi, had distanced itself from Fr Abrahamowicz, the Society went one better: it expelled its life-member, declaring that the statements made by the expelled priest gravely damaged the Society’s image in the service of the Church. But which church?

S.H.: What about Bishop Williamson? What do you think about what has happened to him?

Fr. A.: Bishop Williamson has not been expelled; he has been dismissed from his position and his observations about the technical aspects of gas chambers were scathingly criticised by his confreres in the priesthood and in the episcopate. He has been reduced to silence by his superior, Mgr Fellay. In order to avoid saying that it is forbidden to touch the new Messiah, the affair has been classified as a “historical question”, falling outside the competence of a bishop. Is that really why he is no longer allowed to exercise his ministry?

Full interview here:

True restoration: Interview with Fr. Florian Abrahamowicz in Paris (English Version)

As I have said before, the policy of Bp. Fellay noted by Fr. Abrahamowicz (in italics above) is remarkable. Bp. Fellay seems to have contrived a compulsory dispensation from speaking against a grave threat to the faith; from doing what priests and bishops are obligated to do. 'The Holocaust' is not a mere historical matter as Bp. Fellay says. It has become a matter of theology and religious observance, as documented HERE, HERE, HERE, HERE, HERE, HERE, HERE, HERE, HERE, and it threatens our core beliefs at least as much as the theological errors of Vatican II.

Friday, July 10, 2009

Chief Rabbinate of Counterfiet Israel Conducting Inquisition Against Crypto-Christians

This is the true dark age. Read of the Pope's recent cordial visit with the Chief Rabbinate HERE.

Rabbinate Confronted With 60 Missionary Converts

by Hillel Fendel -Arutz Sheva

July 7, 2009

( The Chief Rabbinate has been given a list of more than 60 recent converts to Judaism who continue to believe in Jesus – and are active missionaries.

Rabbi Shalom Dov Lifshitz, chairman and founder of the anti-missionary and anti-assimilation Yad L’Achim organization, met in recent days with Chief Rabbi Shlomo Amar and provided him with the list. Rabbi Amar was reportedly “shocked” at seeing that the Chief Rabbinate had authorized the conversions.

An immediate solution was found for the future, however. Rabbi Lifshitz presented Rabbi Amar with a list of 17 questions that should be asked of any prospective convert. Under the assumption that the missionaries will either not lie straight out, or that the specific questions will help detect the lies, it is hoped that missionaries will be spotted and weeded out from the conversion rolls.

Yad L’Achim had prepared the list of names, ID numbers and addresses of more than 60 people who were active in missionary groups before, during and after their long conversion process to Judaism. The "converts" were then accepted as members of religious communities, and their children were accepted into religious schools.

The meeting between the two rabbis was held in advance of the anticipated Aliyah [immigration to Israel] of many Bnei Menashe members to Israel, amongst whom it is suspected are a significant number of missionaries. The questions to be asked of them will enable weeding them out while resulting in the legitimization of the conversion of the remaining members.

Also see: On The Contrary: The Bastard epithet in Talmudic Judaism

Tuesday, July 7, 2009

On the Contrary: The effect of Israeli war crimes in Gaza six months later

On the Contrary: The effect of Israeli war crimes in Gaza six months later

Michael A. Hoffman writes: "The Zionists claim that Pope Pius XII was "silent" about the Nazi "Holocaust" and this is a major issue in the western media confronting the Catholic Church. But how much of an issue is the silence regarding the Israeli holocaust -- a holocaust which continues to this day? Are you silent about --and therefore complicit in-- Israeli mass murder of the Palestinian people?"

I would add to this the question: how much worse would the wrath of Judaic institutions and their accomplices in the media against Pope Pius XII and Catholicism be if he had visited Hitler and the top Nazi command following WWII in solidarity and support as Benedict XVI did with the Israelis following their January 2009 massacre against the Palestinians of Gaza HERE, HERE, HERE and HERE?

Rabbis' Wrath

Read of the lying, racism, double-standards, corruption, injustice, violence and mercilessness of the bishops' elder brothers in the faith and the religion of their faith in a recent Jerusalem Post article:

Rabbi's Wrath by Matthew Wagner

Monday, July 6, 2009

Excommunicated From The 'Noahide' Church

"The 'Maurice Pinay' blogspot ... is operated by heretical Catholics who don’t accept the Magisterium’s teaching on Judaism." (David P. Goldman, First Things, June 21st, 2009)

"The differences between accepted Church teaching and this group of Latin-speaking extremists are not subject to reconciliation.” (Rabbi Yitzchok Adlerstein, Wiesenthal Center press release, January 23, 2009)

These Pharisees should know that I never was and never will be subject to the magisterium of the 'Noahide' church of homo bishops and mentally retarded hicks that they exercise authority over. I'm a subject of the 2000 year-old unchanging teachings of the Catholic Church--true Israel; of the Gospel of Jesus Christ which these Pharisees are absolutely alien to.

Such imposture!

Saturday, July 4, 2009

Rabbi Yitzchok Adlerstein on Traditional Catholicism

"There still is resistance to the new teachings in some traditional Catholic circles, still much work to be done to erase old ideas." (Rabbi Yitzchok Adlerstein, "The Catholic Church and the Jews," Cross-Currents, July 3, 2009)

Rabbi Yitzchok Adlerstein is director of Interfaith Affairs for the Simon Wiesenthal Center of Holocaustolatry* [see footnote]. He holds a chair at Loyola Law School where he teaches Talmudic Law and Ethics, no-doubt, the Noahide version, with emphasis on 'Holocaust' guilt.

In late January 2009, Rabbi Adlerstein, appealing to Zionist propaganda, attempted to associate the SSPX and the medieval Catholic Church with terrorism writing: "the entire network of the Society of Saint Pius X are vocal enthusiasts of a medieval religious anti-Semitism that gives the Islamist imams in Pakistan some serious competition."

Those who think outside of the Zionist television box will know that Rabbi Adlerstein's smear is in reality quite weak. There is no competition for the 'holy' racist terrorism of counterfeit Israel which was taking place at the very time that Adlerstein penned his anti-Catholic terrorism-association smear. See:

Israelis told to fight 'holy war' in Gaza

It seems that hypocrisy, double standards, obfuscation and projection are defining traits of Rabbi Adlerstein, which is no surprise as these are defining traits of his religion, Orthodox Judaism.

Such shame that Rabbi Adlerstein and the Wiesenthal center of Holocaustolatry were successful in coercing the 'cleansing' of SSPX websites and bookstores and pressuring 'cleasing' of the traditional liturgy of the Church even as the rabbi admits the anti-Christian anti-humanity contents of his Talmud and rouses 'Jews' not to cleanse these hateful texts and traditions, but to defend them. See:

Rabbi Yitzchok Adlerstein Rouses Talmud Apologists

If only there were some Catholics who would defend the truth as strongly as Rabbi Adlerstein defends his lies.

Footnote: The 'Holocaust'-centered idolatry of the Wiesenthal Center is plain in the quote from its founder: "When each of us comes before the Six Million, we will be asked what we did with our lives." (Simon Wiesenthal as quoted in Wiesenthal Center magazine, Response, Vol. 20, No. 1) Needless to say, it's not 'the six million' that Wiesenthal and his comrades must face in judgment. What kind of Catholic would not correct this pitiful delusion, but instead make changes to Catholic liturgy and teaching to accommodate those who propagate it?

Thursday, July 2, 2009

Lansdale Catholic High School Wins "Generous, Coveted Prize" for Excellence in Holocaustolatry

The Noahide faith is strong at this formerly Catholic High School.

Holocaust Arts Contest as a Way to Teach Tolerance

July 02, 2009

Lynn B. Edelman - Jewish Federation Feature

Eileen Hildenbrand, chairperson of the English Department at Lansdale Catholic High School, expressed her delight at learning that her school will soon receive a coveted prize from the sponsors of the recent Mordechai Anielewicz Creative Arts Competition on the Holocaust -- the Clara Isaacman Memorial Holocaust Trunk: "This generous gift, valued at more than $1,500, will provide our students with a wealth of Holocaust educational materials that we did not currently have, and will be utilized by our students in a variety of subjects."

Hildenbrand explained that the Holocaust is explored through the prism of many subject areas at the school, including English, social studies and theology.

"It is an important topic for our students, who are not only United States citizens, but also citizens of the world," she said, adding that "since we are a Catholic school, our students need to learn about other groups."

Hildenbrand said she hopes that this knowledge will help to promote tolerance, understanding and respect for others.

She also said that she believes the motto so closely associated with Holocaust education -- "Remember not to forget" -- has great relevance in today's society.

"Genocide is a current problem in many parts of the world; perhaps we can learn from the past how to address this issue today," she pondered.

This is the third time Hildenbrand's students have been honored by the competition's judges.

"We encourage our students to enter because it is through the arts that students can explore and express their feelings," she said.

Students in her English I class created commemorative postage stamps to honor those lost in the Holocaust and/or those Righteous Gentiles who acted to prevent the loss of Jewish lives.

Hildenbrand emphasized that "the role of the Righteous Gentile [see: Noahide] is especially relevant for our students."

This project was the culminating activity in the students' exploration of the Holocaust. In preparation, they read The Diary of a Young Girl by Anne Frank and Number the Stars by Lois Lowry. Seniors viewed the movie "Schindler's List," while freshmen saw "Miracle at Midnight" to emphasize the role that many Christians played in saving friends and neighbors from the hands of the Nazis.

To help these young people understand the concept of 6 million Holocaust victims, several student groups also saw "Paper Clips," a movie that documented one school's project to collect one paper clip for each Jewish life lost.

Hildenbrand's colleague, Elizabeth Burgoon, helped her senior class to create scrapbooks that marked the lives of various fictional people who lived during the Holocaust through letters and pictures. To prepare for this competition entry, students read Night by Elie Weisel and The Boy in the Striped Pajamas, a book by Irish novelist John Boyne that was recently made into an award-winning movie.

Throughout the course of their school experience, the Catholic students will have much exposures to Holocaust studies, as well as ample opportunity for discussion. Said Hildenbrand: "We are trying to help them gain knowledge about a very dark period in history and learn from the past how to create a better world."

The multimedia entries from Lansdale Catholic High School students and other competition participants were displayed from June 3 through June 15 at the Moore College of Art & Design.

Award winners were honored during a ceremony at the college on June 8.

The Mordechai Anielewicz Creative Arts Competition, now in its 36th year, provides students in grades seven to 12, of all religious and ethnic backgrounds, with a chance to respond to the Holocaust and its related issues through creative expression. Students are encouraged to submit original written, musical, art, film and creative dance works that focus on Holocaust themes.

The contest is sponsored by the Memorial Committee for the Six Million Jewish Martyrs of the Jewish Community Relations Council of the Jewish Federation of Greater Philadelphia and the Auerbach Central Agency for Jewish Education, in cooperation with the Association of Jewish Holocaust Survivors, Sons and Daughters of Holocaust Survivors, Children of Jewish Holocaust Survivors Association of Philadelphia, Samuel Pelta Holocaust Education Endowment, Jewish Publication Society and Moore College of Art & Design. It is named in honor of Mordechai Anielewicz, the 19-year-old leader of the Jewish revolt against the Nazis in the Warsaw ghetto.

For more information, call Beth Razin at Federation: 215-832-0536 (e-mail: