More on the AJC’s Nostra Aetate Errand Boy, Con-Man, Malachi Martin

Malachi Martin received a fellowship from the Judaic gatekeepers of the Guggenheim foundation to write The Encounter in which he extolls post-Nostra Aetate Judaizing developments at the parish and school level.

The title page of Malachi Martin’s book, The Encounter states that he wrote the Judaizing book The Pilgrim under the alias “Michael Serafian”

“In New York’s Roman Catholic Parochial Schools a new course in Judaism and on the Jew in literature was planned for the autumn of 1968. The Sisters of Notra Dame de Sion and the Union of American Hebrew Congregations plan to sponsor jointly a series of two-week institutes on Judaism for Catholic educators. On January 21, 1968, sermons were preached in all 225 Roman Catholic parish churches in Brooklyn and Queens on the theme of ‘better understanding and charity towards our Jewish neighbors.’ Catholic Universities have inaugurated courses in Judaism given by resident or visiting rabbis. As a means to stem, influence, and destroy Roman Catholic Hebraeophobia, these measures are both necessary and good.” (Malachi Martin, The Encounter, p.376)

The title page of Martin’s book, The Encounter (see above) plainly reveals that Martin wrote an even more outrageous Judaizing book, The Pilgrim, under the pseudonym, Michael Serafian. The documents HERE plainly reveal the American ‘Jewish’ Committee’s financing of this book.

Also see:

More Documentation on AJC Agent, Malachi Martin

Why traffic in storybook depictions?

Clever pseudonyms, paid intelligence work and fabricated Papal Prayers

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17 Responses to “More on the AJC’s Nostra Aetate Errand Boy, Con-Man, Malachi Martin”

  1. Kev Says:

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  2. Nynorsk Bokmal Says:

    A great many Traditional Catholics believe Martin not only repented of his conciliarism and Judeo-voluptuarism later in life but indeed became their enemy. I would be curious to know whether you do or don't share this view. I ask as one who is by no means certain whether to view the guy in sum as a hero, a fraud, or just a crank.

  3. Alan Aversa Says:

    Reality is much more interesting than finction; ∴, Malachi Martin is a quasi-crank, nothing of the caliber of Vatican II critics like Romano Amerio, De Mattei, Gherardini, Tissier, et al.

  4. Maurice Pinay Says:

    It's actually far worse than that. He played an indispensible role in pushing Nostra Aetate through Vatican II by every corrupt means. His writings after its promulgation clearly express his opinion that Nostra Aetate didn't go far enough; that it should have stated that the Patriarchs and the Old Testament belong only to 'The Jews” and not Christians.

    This is the thinking of a man who wants to tear the foundation away from Christianity. It's a theme we keep seeing over and over in the Judaic expectations in Judeo-Catholic dialogue.

    Even up until the year of his death he swore to his gullible conservative audience that he was against Nostra Aetate and that he thought it went to far. His own writing (The Pilgrim, The Encounter) put paid to that lie.

    The outrageousness of Malachi Martin is beyond what most people can comprehend, but the behavior is familiar to those knowledgeable of Judaic tradition.

    Here is a similar example:

    http://mauricepinay.blogspot.com/2011/09/alex-jones-provides.html

    People have to get up to speed on how to detect these fraudsters.

  5. Alan Aversa Says:

    Alex Jones is a “bona” fide fraudster. Look at how he addresses “the Jesuit question” and how he describes Freemasonry. He even said he was offered to join to Bilderburg group, but “refused.”

  6. Maurice Pinay Says:

    Jones has nothing on Rabbi Bendory or Malachi Martin.

  7. Maurice Pinay Says:

    Rabbi Mayer Schiller is another:

    http://mauricepinay.blogspot.com/2010/11/rabbi-mayer-schiller-and-fatality-of.html

  8. Nynorsk Bokmal Says:

    Thanks for your comments, Mr. Pinay. In light of them, it's striking that even a quite cynical hardliner like Father Morrison of Traditio thinks well of Martin.

    I saw Martin frequently on Bill Buckley's TV program many years ago. His secularized garb always left a bad taste in my mouth, as did Buckley's near-sycophancy toward him. It seems I should have trusted my instincts!

  9. Maurice Pinay Says:

    “… Buckley's near-sycophancy …”


    Thanks for that insight Nynorsk Bokmal.

    In my observation it's essential to tribal, Judeomasonic tradition to build up credibility for one another, often to degrees that seem comical once one develops an eye for it. It can also be subtle, depending upon circumstances.

    The same goes for diminishing the worth and accomplishments of outsiders, however genuine, particularly of those who are on to them.

    For those not aware, we allude to 'traditionl Catholic' Bill Buckley's membership in the masonic Skull and Bones fraternity at Yale, a recruiting pool for the CIA which Buckley also worked for.

  10. Anonymous Says:

    Anonymous Nynorsk Bokmal said…

    A great many Traditional Catholics believe Martin not only repented of his conciliarism and Judeo-voluptuarism later in life but indeed became their enemy. I would be curious to know whether you do or don't share this view. I ask as one who is by no means certain whether to view the guy in sum as a hero, a fraud, or just a crank.

    September 26, 2012 10:03 AM
    ———————————

    Perhaps if he was really sincere in his conversion he would have written an autobigraphy, hanging it all out to dry!

  11. Anonymous Says:

    ….it's striking that even a quite cynical hardliner like Father Morrison of Traditio thinks well of Martin…..

    For some reason Fr Morrison also thinks well of JohnXXIII, that great “Window-opener”…..

  12. Maurice Pinay Says:

    Perhaps if he was really sincere in his conversion he would have written an autobigraphy, hanging it all out to dry!

    Based upon his work with The AJC, Cardinal Bea et al, few people were better positioned to explain what actually was going wrong with the Church. He knew it intimately, as the quote from 'The Encounter' I've supplied shows. Instead he mystified people with stories about the bishops disemboweling a puppy and ceremonially enthroning Satan in the Vatican, claims for which no evidence ever appeared. And this while 'The Holocaust' was in fact being enthroned in the Church by the people he worked with.

    His mantra was that “the Church is collapsing” and “there's no going back.” Yet, he personally, fanatically exploited every means imaginable to ensure that Nostra Aetate was promulgated and its errors were spread afterwards. He was instrumental in precipitating the collapse, but then as a 'convert' he told his large conservative audience, 'there's nothing we can do about it' except go underground and pray. This is precisely the 'resistance' that the rabbis want.

    What a difference the 'converted' Malachi Martin could have made if he demonstrated even half the zeal for Christ as he had for the rabbis, AJC and Guggenheim Foundation, during and after Vatican II!

  13. Maurice Pinay Says:

    One followup thought: doesn't it seem inconsistent with traditionalism and anti-modernism to harp on the (false) notion that “we can't go back”?

    This theme, that the Church is collapsing and there's no going back underlies nearly everything Martin wrote and every interview he gave until the year he died.

  14. Maurice Pinay Says:

    There's been an objection raised to the quote from The Encounter which I supplied at a discussion forum. I'm unable to register at that forum to respond. I invite the fellow to raise his objection here. I think his misunderstanding can be cleared up pretty easily.

  15. Michael Hoffman Says:

    Triple agent (double-agent is too modest a term to describe him) Malachi Martin was, according to the Cincinnati Enquirer, the descendant of Judaic bankers who somehow ended up in Ireland. After he announced his alleged traditionalist credentials, he told Art Bell in the course of an interview before a liberal radio audience that the state had no business regulating abortion ( I saved the tapes from the show for years; traditional Catholics were not interested and I eventually tossed them).

    He’s still a hero on the traditionalist scene, thanks in part to a Canada-based audio recorder who for years marketed his interviews with MM.

    Malachi was Cardinal Bea’s peritus for Nostra Aetate. He’s the architect of it. A guy who was pretty much a crypto-rabbi landed on his feet in middle age as a traditional Catholic, and most bought it. A very wealthy and adroit scam artist.

    I had dinner with him in 1978 in New York and at that time gave him some of my research into conspiracies and Satanism. It ended up in “Windswept House,” unattributed of course.

    I’ll say this for him, for a slender guy of small stature he could drink anybody in the room under the table and remain as lucid as ever; a very sharp intellect. Imagine what he might have accomplished for good had he actually been a believer in the gospel of Jesus Christ and an honest man.

    Instead, he betrayed God and advanced the rabbinic agenda inside the 20th century Church to a degree that is truly astonishing, and never owned up to it.

    If I were Dante I know where I would place him, but since I’m just an Idaho country boy, I’ll leave him to heaven.

    M. Hoffman

  16. Nynorsk Bokmal Says:

    Dear Messrs. Pinay and Hoffman:

    Thank you both very much for these illuminating and instructive comments.

    Among the many things we are taught by society's Judaic masters is that such old saws as “talk is cheap” and “actions speak louder than words” are mere foolishness. Why should our wise leaders deceive us, and why venture to explain or even examine the seeming contradictions of their actions and speech? We simply aren't equipped to fathom their wisdom!

    The dissonance between Martin's words and actions, as you recount them, underscore yet again the necessity of placing trust only in those who earn it by their actions.

  17. Carl Grillo Says:

    I have found material for heresy in some of his other writings and radio interviews…in Hostage to the Devil, he insinuates that the Devil can force a possessed person to consumate an external sin against chastity against that person's will. Sound theology teaches that the Devil can only influence – but not compel – the intellect and free will of man. On a radio interview, Fr Martin presents Jesus as "perplexed and confused," when accosted about the death of Lazarus…

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