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On Bishop Williamson’s Second Apology

February 27, 2009

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.

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On Bishop Williamson’s Second Apology

February 27, 2009

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.

Bad Advice From the Pope

January 28, 2009

THE SHOAH: AN ADMONITION NOT TO FORGET OR DENY

VATICAN CITY, 28 JAN 2009 (VIS) – “May the Shoah be for everyone an admonition against oblivion, negation and reductionism, because violence against a single human being is violence against all”, the Holy Father told pilgrims attending his weekly general audience.

Referring to recent commemorations of the Shoah, the Pope highlighted how at Auschwitz – a place he has visited several times, the last in May 2006 during his apostolic trip to Poland – “millions of Jews were cruelly massacred, innocent victims of blind racial and religious hatred.

“As I once again affectionately express my full and indisputable solidarity with our Brothers and Sisters who received the First Covenant”, he added, “I trust that the memory of the Shoah will induce humankind to reflect upon the unpredictable power of evil when it conquers the heart of man”.

“In particular”, the Holy Father concluded, “may the Shoah show both old and new generations that only the arduous path of listening and dialogue, of love and forgiveness, can lead peoples, cultures and religions of the world to the longed-for goal of fraternity and peace, in truth. May violence never again humiliate man’s dignity”.

My response:

CALVARY: AN ADMONITION NOT TO RELATIVIZE OR REPLACE

May Calvary be for everyone an admonition against oblivion, negation and reductionism, for the crucifixion of the perfectly innocent, infinitely just Messiah of Israel, Jesus Christ; God Incarnate, is by an immeasurable margin the most terrible crime committed by men in the history of the world; the definitive statement on man’s fallen nature and need for redemption which gloriously came to many through the same crucifixion.

Let there be no attempts at negation of this cosmic crime through transfer of the guilt borne by the most culpable parties–Judas and the Nasi, Chief Priests, elders and Pharisees–those whom Jesus Christ said “have the greater sin” (John 19:11), to the less guilty, Pilate and the Roman soldiers. Let there be no attempt at reductionism of this unsurpassable crime through attempts at relativization of it, or even replacement of it, with overblown tales of crimes against mere men, ie. the so-called “Shoah” or “Holocaust” of the so-called “Jews.” Let there be an immediate end to this monument to human folly. It is less possible to replace Calvary with the so called “Shoah” than it was for the Pharisees to escape guilt by arranging for the Romans to carry out their crimes. This is lunacy of the highest order which befits not the claimed Christian heirs to the incarnation, crucifixion, resurrection and pentecost. St. Augustine wrote:

“… therefore when Pilate, who was the Roman judge, wished to hand [Jesus] back to the Jews, that they might judge Him according to their law, they refused to receive Him, saying, “It is not lawful for us to put any man to death.” And so the saying of Jesus was fulfilled, which He foretold concerning His death, that, being delivered up by the Jews, He should be put to death by the Gentiles: whose crime was less than that of the Jews, who sought by this method to make themselves appear averse to His being put to death, to the end that, not their innocence, but their madness might be made manifest.”

I trust that the memory of Calvary will induce humankind to reflect upon the power of evil when it conquers the souls of men. Any other historical event, no matter how exaggerated or overblown, would be inferior to an incalculable degree as a teaching example towards this end. What sane person would consider such a thing? The notion that any other event could have significance in any regard approaching Calvary is extreme delusion.

I say with Pope St. Pius X, the eponymous pope of the embattled SSPX, whose recognition was solicited for Judaic schemes, “The Jews have not recognized our Lord; therefore, we cannot recognize the Jewish people …” These are not brothers and sisters in any spiritual, religious sense whatever. There is no basis for solidarity with heirs to the tradition of rabbinic Judaism which was born in hostility to the Messiah of Israel, Jesus Christ, and has remained hostile to Him, and His followers, for 2000 years since. It is crazy talk to identify these people as heirs to any biblical covenant or patriarch. As St. Paul wrote, “But if you are Christ’s, then are you Abraham’s seed, heirs according to promise.” (Galatians 3:27-29). Today’s so-called “Jews,” heirs to the traditions of the Pharisees, have no claim to any biblical patriarch, as Jesus said, “… there is one that accuses you, Moses, in whom you trust. For had ye believed Moses, you would haply believe Me also, for he wrote of Me. But seeing ye believe not his words, how can you believe Me?” (John 5; 45-47). Indeed, Jesus described apostate, counterfeit Israel; spiritual fathers of today’s pious “Jews,” as killers of the prophets and all of the just since Abel (Matthew 23; 34-35). Let there be no more talk of solidarity and brotherhood with such people, and let us beware their self-exalting doctrines as Jesus warned (Matthew 16;11-12), the doctrines of Holocaustolatry especially. Let us pray unceasingly for their conversion away from their anti-biblical, lying, hateful, self-worshiping traditions to faith in Jesus Christ. Let us be good examples in our lives through imitation of Jesus Christ.

In particular, may Calvary show both old and new generations that only the arduous path of taking up one’s own cross can lead peoples of the world to the longed-for goal that the will of the Father be done on earth, as it is in heaven. May Judaic contrivances never compete in the minds, hearts or souls of men with Calvary. Calvary is our salvation. “The Shoah” is a method for our enslavement.

JPII Supplanted Calvary With Auschwitz and Knelt Before It

Benedict at Auschwitz

Benedict Once Again Bows to Holocaustolatry, Repents

Bad Advice From the Pope

January 28, 2009

THE SHOAH: AN ADMONITION NOT TO FORGET OR DENY

VATICAN CITY, 28 JAN 2009 (VIS) – “May the Shoah be for everyone an admonition against oblivion, negation and reductionism, because violence against a single human being is violence against all”, the Holy Father told pilgrims attending his weekly general audience.

Referring to recent commemorations of the Shoah, the Pope highlighted how at Auschwitz – a place he has visited several times, the last in May 2006 during his apostolic trip to Poland – “millions of Jews were cruelly massacred, innocent victims of blind racial and religious hatred.

“As I once again affectionately express my full and indisputable solidarity with our Brothers and Sisters who received the First Covenant”, he added, “I trust that the memory of the Shoah will induce humankind to reflect upon the unpredictable power of evil when it conquers the heart of man”.

“In particular”, the Holy Father concluded, “may the Shoah show both old and new generations that only the arduous path of listening and dialogue, of love and forgiveness, can lead peoples, cultures and religions of the world to the longed-for goal of fraternity and peace, in truth. May violence never again humiliate man’s dignity”.

My response:

CALVARY: AN ADMONITION NOT TO RELATIVIZE OR REPLACE

May Calvary be for everyone an admonition against oblivion, negation and reductionism, for the crucifixion of the perfectly innocent, infinitely just Messiah of Israel, Jesus Christ; God Incarnate, is by an immeasurable margin the most terrible crime committed by men in the history of the world; the definitive statement on man’s fallen nature and need for redemption which gloriously came to many through the same crucifixion.

Let there be no attempts at negation of this cosmic crime through transfer of the guilt borne by the most culpable parties–Judas and the Nasi, Chief Priests, elders and Pharisees–those whom Jesus Christ said “have the greater sin” (John 19:11), to the less guilty, Pilate and the Roman soldiers. Let there be no attempt at reductionism of this unsurpassable crime through attempts at relativization of it, or even replacement of it, with overblown tales of crimes against mere men, ie. the so-called “Shoah” or “Holocaust” of the so-called “Jews.” Let there be an immediate end to this monument to human folly. It is less possible to replace Calvary with the so called “Shoah” than it was for the Pharisees to escape guilt by arranging for the Romans to carry out their crimes. This is lunacy of the highest order which befits not the claimed Christian heirs to the incarnation, crucifixion, resurrection and pentecost. St. Augustine wrote:

“… therefore when Pilate, who was the Roman judge, wished to hand [Jesus] back to the Jews, that they might judge Him according to their law, they refused to receive Him, saying, “It is not lawful for us to put any man to death.” And so the saying of Jesus was fulfilled, which He foretold concerning His death, that, being delivered up by the Jews, He should be put to death by the Gentiles: whose crime was less than that of the Jews, who sought by this method to make themselves appear averse to His being put to death, to the end that, not their innocence, but their madness might be made manifest.”

I trust that the memory of Calvary will induce humankind to reflect upon the power of evil when it conquers the souls of men. Any other historical event, no matter how exaggerated, would be inferior to an incalculable degree as a teaching example towards this end. What sane person would consider such a thing? The notion that any other event could have significance in any regard approaching Calvary is extreme delusion.

I say with Pope St. Pius X, the eponymous pope of the embattled SSPX, whose recognition was solicited for Judaic schemes, “The Jews have not recognized our Lord; therefore, we cannot recognize the Jewish people …” These are not brothers and sisters in any spiritual, religious sense whatever. There is no basis for solidarity with heirs to the tradition of rabbinic Judaism which was born in hostility to the Messiah of Israel, Jesus Christ, and has remained hostile to Him, and His followers, for 2000 years since. It is crazy talk to identify these people as heirs to any biblical covenant or patriarch. As St. Paul wrote, “But if you are Christ’s, then are you Abraham’s seed, heirs according to promise.” (Galatians 3:27-29). Today’s so-called “Jews,” heirs to the traditions of the Pharisees, have no claim to any biblical patriarch, as Jesus said, “… there is one that accuses you, Moses, in whom you trust. For had ye believed Moses, you would haply believe Me also, for he wrote of Me. But seeing ye believe not his words, how can you believe Me?” (John 5; 45-47). Indeed, Jesus described apostate, counterfeit Israel; spiritual fathers of today’s pious “Jews,” as killers of the prophets and all of the just since Abel (Matthew 23; 34-35). Let there be no more talk of solidarity and brotherhood with such people, and let us beware their self-exalting doctrines as Jesus warned (Matthew 16;11-12), the doctrines of Holocaustolatry especially. Let us pray unceasingly for their conversion away from their anti-biblical, lying, hateful, self-worshiping traditions to faith in Jesus Christ. Let us be good examples in our lives through imitation of Jesus Christ.

In particular, may Calvary show both old and new generations that only the arduous path of taking up one’s own cross can lead peoples of the world to the longed-for goal that the will of the Father be done on earth, as it is in heaven. May Judaic contrivances never compete in the minds, hearts or souls of men with Calvary. Calvary is our salvation. “The Shoah” is a method for our enslavement.

JPII Supplanted Calvary With Auschwitz and Knelt Before It

Benedict at Auschwitz

Benedict Once Again Bows to Holocaustolatry, Repents

Bad Advice From the Pope

January 28, 2009

THE SHOAH: AN ADMONITION NOT TO FORGET OR DENY

VATICAN CITY, 28 JAN 2009 (VIS) – “May the Shoah be for everyone an admonition against oblivion, negation and reductionism, because violence against a single human being is violence against all”, the Holy Father told pilgrims attending his weekly general audience.

Referring to recent commemorations of the Shoah, the Pope highlighted how at Auschwitz – a place he has visited several times, the last in May 2006 during his apostolic trip to Poland – “millions of Jews were cruelly massacred, innocent victims of blind racial and religious hatred.

“As I once again affectionately express my full and indisputable solidarity with our Brothers and Sisters who received the First Covenant”, he added, “I trust that the memory of the Shoah will induce humankind to reflect upon the unpredictable power of evil when it conquers the heart of man”.

“In particular”, the Holy Father concluded, “may the Shoah show both old and new generations that only the arduous path of listening and dialogue, of love and forgiveness, can lead peoples, cultures and religions of the world to the longed-for goal of fraternity and peace, in truth. May violence never again humiliate man’s dignity”.

My response:

CALVARY: AN ADMONITION NOT TO RELATIVIZE OR REPLACE

May Calvary be for everyone an admonition against oblivion, negation and reductionism, for the crucifixion of the perfectly innocent, infinitely just Messiah of Israel, Jesus Christ; God Incarnate, is by an immeasurable margin the most terrible crime committed by men in the history of the world; the definitive statement on man’s fallen nature and need for redemption which gloriously came to many through the same crucifixion.

Let there be no attempts at negation of this cosmic crime through transfer of the guilt borne by the most culpable parties–Judas and the Nasi, Chief Priests, elders and Pharisees–those whom Jesus Christ said “have the greater sin” (John 19:11), to the less guilty, Pilate and the Roman soldiers. Let there be no attempt at reductionism of this unsurpassable crime through attempts at relativization of it, or even replacement of it, with overblown tales of crimes against mere men, ie. the so-called “Shoah” or “Holocaust” of the so-called “Jews.” Let there be an immediate end to this monument to human folly. It is less possible to replace Calvary with the so called “Shoah” than it was for the Pharisees to escape guilt by arranging for the Romans to carry out their crimes. This is lunacy of the highest order which befits not the claimed Christian heirs to the incarnation, crucifixion, resurrection and pentecost. St. Augustine wrote:

“… therefore when Pilate, who was the Roman judge, wished to hand [Jesus] back to the Jews, that they might judge Him according to their law, they refused to receive Him, saying, “It is not lawful for us to put any man to death.” And so the saying of Jesus was fulfilled, which He foretold concerning His death, that, being delivered up by the Jews, He should be put to death by the Gentiles: whose crime was less than that of the Jews, who sought by this method to make themselves appear averse to His being put to death, to the end that, not their innocence, but their madness might be made manifest.”

I trust that the memory of Calvary will induce humankind to reflect upon the power of evil when it conquers the souls of men. Any other historical event, no matter how exaggerated, would be inferior to an incalculable degree as a teaching example towards this end. What sane person would consider such a thing? The notion that any other event could have significance in any regard approaching Calvary is extreme delusion.

I say with Pope St. Pius X, the eponymous pope of the embattled SSPX, whose recognition was solicited for Judaic schemes, “The Jews have not recognized our Lord; therefore, we cannot recognize the Jewish people …” These are not brothers and sisters in any spiritual, religious sense whatever. There is no basis for solidarity with heirs to the tradition of rabbinic Judaism which was born in hostility to the Messiah of Israel, Jesus Christ, and has remained hostile to Him, and His followers, for 2000 years since. It is crazy talk to identify these people as heirs to any biblical covenant or patriarch. As St. Paul wrote, “But if you are Christ’s, then are you Abraham’s seed, heirs according to promise.” (Galatians 3:27-29). Today’s so-called “Jews,” heirs to the traditions of the Pharisees, have no claim to any biblical patriarch, as Jesus said, “… there is one that accuses you, Moses, in whom you trust. For had ye believed Moses, you would haply believe Me also, for he wrote of Me. But seeing ye believe not his words, how can you believe Me?” (John 5; 45-47). Indeed, Jesus described apostate, counterfeit Israel; spiritual fathers of today’s pious “Jews,” as killers of the prophets and all of the just since Abel (Matthew 23; 34-35). Let there be no more talk of solidarity and brotherhood with such people, and let us beware their self-exalting doctrines as Jesus warned (Matthew 16;11-12), the doctrines of Holocaustolatry especially. Let us pray unceasingly for their conversion away from their anti-biblical, lying, hateful, self-worshiping traditions to faith in Jesus Christ. Let us be good examples in our lives through imitation of Jesus Christ.

In particular, may Calvary show both old and new generations that only the arduous path of taking up one’s own cross can lead peoples of the world to the longed-for goal that the will of the Father be done on earth, as it is in heaven. May Judaic contrivances never compete in the minds, hearts or souls of men with Calvary. Calvary is our salvation. “The Shoah” is a method for our enslavement.

JPII Supplanted Calvary With Auschwitz and Knelt Before It

Benedict at Auschwitz

Benedict Once Again Bows to Holocaustolatry, Repents