Thursday, January 29, 2009

Pope Welcomes Back Anti-Semitic Bishop ~ An Insult To Holocaust Survivors & Victims


This week on 27th January it was Holocaust Memorial Day the anniversary of the date of the liberation of Nazi death camp Auschwitz-Birkenau.

I would normally have a great deal to say on the subject and as always point out the many other Holocausts since WW2, and how we should be mindful always that the possibility of even more is not only very real but very likely.

I am sad to say that the Vatican, far from acknowledging that inactivity on their part during WW2 probably helped set the scene whereby Nazism flourished. They now appear to have a Pope in Benedict XVI a Pontiff that echo's some very Nazi views.

Pope Piux XII is often referred to as "Hitler's Pope" as not only did he do little to condemn Nazism which would have in turn gone a long way to possibly prevent the devastation of the Holocaust. Pope Piux XII appeared to both aid and abet the Nazi's in order to consolidate his power over the Catholic Church.
There are historians who state a different case, that this label of "Hitler's Pope" is unfounded as Piux XII was secretly plotting against the Nazi's, Please forgive my utter cynicism, it is what can be seen openly practised that makes the impact. It is also all to often the case that there are some that will always change allegiance to be on the winning side. It would hardly have been acceptable after the event and the discovery of the horrors of the death camps for the Vatican to be seen to have been true supporters.Make no mistake, which ever Pope is in place, he is in reality nothing more than a figure head for a very successful business.

Any doubters that PiuxXII and therefore The Vaitcan were complicit with Nazi activities in WW2, should look to the present day.In a world unsettled both politically and economically we have Pope Benedict XVI, since being elected in April 2005 he has caused insult and controversy.
In September 2006 Benedict caused outrage in the Muslim world when speaking at the University of Regensburg.During his seminar entitled "Faith, Reason and the University: Memories and Reflections" he quoted the Byzantine Emperor Manuel II
""Show me just what Muhammad brought that was new, and there you will find things only evil and inhuman, such as his command to spread by the sword the faith he preached."

Understandable the Muslim world took exception to this, Here we have a Pope, who should be striving for religious tolerance and understanding with these words actively doing the very opposite. There is enough neurosis in this world in regard to Islam, and most of it based on lack of understanding.

In December 2008 at his "End of Year Address" The Pope spoke of Gender, Homosexuality and Transsexuals, he stated that

""But, in so doing, the human being lives against the truth and against the Spirit creator. Rain forests deserve, yes, our protection but the human being - as a creature which contains a message that is not in contradiction with his freedom but is the condition of his freedom - does not deserve it less"

This is a disturbing stance to take over fellow human beings from "Gods representative on earth", of course in this popes lifetime measures were taken to rid the world of this perceived threat.

Pope Benedict XVII was born in Bavaria in 1927. At 14 he joined the Hitler Youth, and much as it is claimed that he often did not attend meetings, one could be forgiven for suspecting that exposure to such at an impressionable age has certainly impacted on him



Just recently the excommunicated Bishop Richard Williamson has been received back into the fold. This man is claimed to be "dangerously anti-Semitic". How can this Pope even entertain this maniac?
Giving an interview to Swedish TV, Williamson, whilst speaking in Regensburg recently said;

“hugely against six million having been deliberately gassed in gas chambers as a deliberate policy of Adolf Hitler. I believe there were no gas chambers”.
He added: “I think that 200,000 to 300,000 Jews perished in Nazi concentration camps, but none of them by gas chambers.”
Note
Regensburg is the same venue where the Pope made his offensive speech about The Muslims and where he once taught.
Holocaust denial is an offence under German law and prosecutoers in Regensburg have opened an enquirey
Sayings of Williamson,
(as published in The Catholic Herald March 2008)

Sayings of Bishop Williamson
'In accordance with their false messianic vocation of Jewish world-domination, the Jews are preparing the Anti-Christ's throne in Jerusalem.'
'Can you imagine Julie Andrews in The Sound of Music staying with the Captain if the romance went out of their marriage? Would she not divorce him and grab his children to be her toys? All the elements of pornography are there...'
'This is my diagnosis of the Unabomber. You may say what you like about him as a criminal terrorist, and much of it is true... But he still has a remotely Catholic sense of how technology brutalises man. How Catholic are those technophiles who wallow at ease in their computers? Give me the Unabomber's seriousness over their shallowness, any day of the week.'
'A woman can do a good imitation of handling ideas, but then she will not be thinking properly as a woman. Did this lawyeress check her hairdo before coming into court? If she did, she is a distracted lawyer. If she did not, she is one distorted woman.'
I feel for the Worlds Catholics as I know they do not share this mans views or those views held by the Pope on Gays or Muslims, but these speeches by him are creating a very dangerous environment, they are the seeds of discontent and suspicion, and scattered far and wide could yet again have devastating results,
Great Oaks and little acorns come to mind.

Put the above together with the finger printing in Italy of Gypsy children, and the camps that have been built to house them "for their own safety" as they are the victims of frequent mob attacks.
The Vatican could do so much to combat this, but so far apart from a few carefully chosen words, have not done so.

Taking all into account, the world political and economic climate, the apparent need to scapegoats and someone to vent hate upon, all the ingredients are there, look back at the history, pay close attention to the economic side. Then consider the power of the Papacy

Pope Benedict XVI was born Joseph Alois Ratzinger in Bavaria the strong hold of the Nazi's. When he was a Cardinal he was known as "PanzerKardinal" because of his hardline stance.

"Give me the child.......and I will show the man"

I understand that there is some unease within the Vatican of late publicly they defend the Pontiff but there is concern, one Vatican prelate said privately

"the Church will pay the price for this one...The Pope is undermining the legacy of John Paul II.


11 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

thats nothing new history repeting it self and make the best of it the world goes whith flow

January 29, 2009 at 11:15:00 PM GMT  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

i like to had what he said about the jews the aticrist making a seat that will happen un be knowing to the jews bible profesy and it will happen soon

January 29, 2009 at 11:19:00 PM GMT  
Blogger Bari Phen said...

Glad for your blog!
- a sister

January 30, 2009 at 2:04:00 AM GMT  
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January 30, 2009 at 3:09:00 AM GMT  
Anonymous Dick said...

Absolutely sickening. Now he's appointed to eminence some freak who believes that the New Orleans disaster was divine retribution for homosexuality!

February 1, 2009 at 9:03:00 AM GMT  
Blogger Pesha said...

Yes Dick he seems to be on crusade to prove just what a Nazi he is. I suppose the hurricane saved warped bastards like him the trouble of building gas chambers to erradicate the homosexuals.
It is frightening that this man can be in a position of power, Bishop Wagner is Austrian I believe Hmmmm
God is a strange one isn't he, blitzing New Oreleans because of the homosexuality...yet he has not taken revenge on the catholic priests and Bishops who sexually abuse children, and who the Catholic church give sanctuary to
I'm not sure what the Vatican will do, but they really should do something and quickly

February 1, 2009 at 10:48:00 AM GMT  
Anonymous Viviane said...

I had said the Pope belonged to the nazi youth, it is a shame to them. It is incredible, because, Pope could help us in this fight now, but the church simply does nothing, church stays silent, I dont belong anymore to this church. But there are good people in this church too, some priests that helped the jews in the nazism time, we cant really say everyone is bad, but the Pope who could have the strenght necessary to help the gipsies in Italy, just pretends nothing is happening.

February 6, 2009 at 5:04:00 AM GMT  
Blogger Umm Salihah said...

Hi Pesha,

thank you for this insightful article. I found your blog because I wanted to learn more about the Roma. Where I live in East London, over the last few years the Roma community has grown considerably (especially in my neighbourhood). I can see that they face prejudice, unfortunately much of it from immigrants who were in a similar situation maybe 20-30 years ago. I recall being in hospital when my youngest was born and a young Roma mother being spoken to rudely and made fun of by the nurses.

They are also suffering from financial hardship here and being scapegoated by the media.

Sorry to stray from the topic at hand, but I am glad I found your blog because I would like to learn more.

February 17, 2009 at 2:40:00 PM GMT  
Blogger nani said...

Namaste pesha
thanks for the information
this is the true face they have shown once again.
why to bother. why dont you try to get back to your own religion(HINDU-INDIAN). when you have a distinct identity and culture, why do you follow that religion that insisted holocaust. come back to your original religion.
almost 1 billion of people on the earth follow your own religion then why do you worry about that babaric religion your ancestors might had accepted the barbaric religion in hard times. the time has come to return to your own religion.
please reply.there is no hatred against anyone. please consider.
jai sri ram.

November 13, 2009 at 6:16:00 AM GMT  
Blogger nani said...

hi

November 13, 2009 at 6:18:00 AM GMT  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hi. I recently discovered your blog searching for information about the roma for a school project.
I have a few points. First, I'd like to clear up the Pope's statement about gays. I'm not sure what was believed about it, but it actually says nothing encouraging discriminating against gay people--instead, it says the exact opposite! Remember to read everything as confusing as that a second time, removing the part within commas. In the last line, he says the rainforests deserve protection, but a human being (e.g. a gay person) does not deserve it less.
Also, Pope Pius did help the persecuted Jews behind the scenes. I have to admit that he didn't do anything to openly discourage Hitler, but everyone protects themselves to some degree or another when you get right down to it. To say that openly would have doomed innocent people associated with the Catholic church. Self-preservation only occured on the outside, though. The Church has always opposed Hitler's genocide.
Other than that this is a wonderful blog! Keep reminding the world of a forgotten ethnicity, ma'am!

December 6, 2009 at 11:45:00 PM GMT  

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