Archive for the ‘Bishop Bernard Fellay’ Category

SSPX Superior Bp. Fellay’s Lawyer/Business Partner’s Visit to Israeli Military Special Forces Base Documented

June 13, 2012
In 2010 it was revealed that Bishop Fellay’s lawyer and business partner, Maximilian Krah attended a fundraising event for Tel Aviv University. Another attendee at that event was a man named Oren Heiman. Oren Heiman is a classmate of Maximilian Krah at EMBA-Global which was analyzed HERE.

From Friends of the ‘Israel’ ‘Defense’ Forces we find that Zionist fanatic, Maximilian Krah accepted the invitation of Zionist fanatic Oren Heiman to visit a base of the “Maglan*” special forces unit 212 of the Israeli military:

When Oren Heiman decided to get married in the desert in … Israel, he wanted to celebrate with all of his friends. Oren, a lawyer at Shibboleth [boutique law firm] who spends much of his free time involved with Jewish philanthropies, is also studying in an executive MBA program at Columbia and he invited his classmates, many of whom had never been to Israel …

His friends gathered from all across the world, and Oren invited them to join him on a base visit with the Maglan unit, a special forces unit of the IDF. The group met the Master Sargeant and several combat soldiers from the unit, and they had the opportunity to try on uniforms, practice climbing ropes, visit the firing range and the tanks and observe soldiers in training.

Oren’s guests … came away with a clear understanding of the important work of [Friends of the ‘Israel’ ‘Defense’ Forces] and the need to support the soldiers.

www.fidf.org/page.aspx?pid=719

In the images below, dated Apr 14, 2011, we see Maximilian Krah, among other things, happily wearing the uniform and beret of the “Maglan” special forces unit of the ‘Israel’ ‘Defense’ Force and waving a ‘victory’ sign.

Maximilian Krah (left) at base of “Maglan” special forces unit of the ‘Israel’ ‘Defense’ Force

SSPX Superior Bp. Fellay’s lawyer and business partner, Maximilian Krah (rear, waving a ‘victory’ sign) wearing the uniform and beret of the “Maglan” special forces unit of the ‘Israel’ ‘Defense’ Force

*Maglan is Hebrew for Ibis, the bird of much occult significance, particularly for it’s association with the Egyptian god Thoth who was depicted as having an Ibis head.

The ‘Christian’ Nobleman/’Court-Jew’ Relationship

April 18, 2012
These works linked to below offer invaluable documentation giving insight into the relationship between the ‘Christian’ nobility and their ‘court Jews;’ something quite different from what the term implies and what court historians would have us believe on the topic.

As we have documented elsewhere, Judaism is by its nature a ghetto religion, even in the best of times. And as these works document, the Judaic ‘ghettos’ of Catholic Europe were often centers of international trade and moneylending and the civil authorities were oftentimes at the Judaic moneylenders’ service as enforcers for collection of debts from Christians. The temporally ambitious, knuckleheaded ‘Christian’ nobility tended to be fascinated by magic, Hermeticism, Kabbalah, gematria, astrology, etc., etc. which made them easy prey to the rabbis’ confidence scams utilizing these vehicles; ‘services’ for which they were returned many favors contrary to the interests of the Christian population and the Gospel.


A Jew at the Medici Court


Jews and Magic in Medici Florence

These are invaluable resources generally, but may also come as an aid to those seeking to understand the direction of a certain contingent of traditionalists and the tradition they’re attempting to resurrect.

A Christmas meditation by Bishop Richard Williamson

December 21, 2010

Bp. Williamson’s message and its timing calls to mind the practical wisdom in Frank Capra’s film, It’s a Wonderful Life. It seems a fitting time to juxtapose the celebration of the Incarnation of the benevolent, self-sacrificing God of all creation against the god of this world who destroys men’s souls through temptations of temporal gain.

From the time that Jesus cleared the money changers from the Temple of Jerusalem until not too long ago, suspicion of money men was characteristic of Christian culture. But 17 years before the Hollywood(!) release of It’s a Wonderful Life, the Vatican had brought in Bernardino Nogara to manage its finances in 1929 on his condition that he would not be restricted in any way by Church teaching. This was only an echo of the Renaissance Vatican’s use of Judaic bankers unrestricted by Church teaching and permitted by Orthodox Judaism to employ predatory economics. And it seems this tradition from the supposedly utopian pre-Vatican II era is upheld by traditionalist Bishop, Bernard Fellay of the SSPX, all much to the detriment of the Gospel of the Lord who execrated mammonism.

There’s a scene in It’s a Wonderful Life which imparts a lesson of great value. With the Bailey Building and Loan Association near collapse, George Bailey visits the town moneylender and slumlord, Henry Potter who makes a proposition. Potter offers George Bailey an ‘opportunity’ to work for him in exchange for a large salary, the biggest house in town, business trips to New York and Europe with a three year contract. The Bailey Building and Loan Association–the only obstacle to Potter controlling the entire town–would, of course, be allowed to collapse and its shareholders would become victims to Potter. At this realization George Bailey, a man of responsibility and self-sacrifice only momentarily cajoled by Potter’s temptation, rejects the offer in disgust.

It’s not said explicitly what would happen at the end of the three year contract proposed to George Bailey, if the contract was even honored, but the rest of the story makes clear that if the Bailey Building and Loan was broken, and Potter’s control of the town was consolidated, the best George Bailey might hope for would be to assist Potter in the predation on the people he once defended from it–for a pittance.

One can’t help but see how this once commonplace wisdom was lost to the Irish who recently squandered their birthright for a few years of illusionary prosperity. But this is only a stark example of the same story being played out throughout Europe and the world. When the house of prayer becomes a den of thieves it can only follow by necessity that the rest of society will be taken by the same thieves.

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A Christmas meditation by Bishop Richard Williamson