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newschoolman Wrote:
Quote: Questioning their methods of murder...

I don't recall the word "murder" being used.  I recall him speaking about the "death" of Jews -- but he seemed to deny there being any "deliberate policy" in connection with the deaths in concentration camps.  What does that mean?    

Earth to newschoolman...Bishop Williamson is Catholic!
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#32
It's clear that newschoolman has some kind of sick agenda against H.E. Bishop Williamson. His insinuations and calumny are preposterous and outraging.

I urge you not to respond to someone who so blatantly defames such a great pastor of souls like the good bishop.

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#33
newschoolman Wrote:At this point I think the question is not unreasonable. Bishop Williamson apologized (only) for the consequences of his words -- making no attempt to condemn the evil of Hitler or Nazism.

Bishop Fellay is reportedly furious with him. Why? What is the real motivation for quibling over the number and method of death of the Jews -- and why excuse the Nazi's from having a determined "policy" in the matter.

Let the Bishop clear the air by condemning Hitler and the Nazi regime clearly and unequivocally. Is that so difficult?

Bishop Williamson wouldn't have any reservations about condemning the Nazis. He hasn’t been specifically asked to as far as I know. I’m sure he would be willing to condemn the Nazis, since they were not servants of Christ. Bishop Williamson is a reflexive anti-modernist, which is probably why he likes to steer clear of modernist fads like Nazi-bashing, probably noticing that those elements in the world that are most likely to excoriate the Nazis are themselves reprobates of the lowest order. The Church has the moral authority to condemn Nazism; no Jew does, nor does any servant of the Jews.

His motivation for “quibling over the number and method of death of the Jews “ and excusing “the Nazi's from having a determined ‘policy’ in the matter” is probably because he knows that there is zero proof that the Nazi’s had a plan to exterminate the Jews and that there is zero proof that any Jews died in gas chambers and that there is zero proof that anywhere near 6 million Jews perished at the hands of the Nazis.

The Jews mock Christ by attempting to replace Him as the symbol of ultimate suffering. They are frauds, and so are their holocausts and pogroms.

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#34
Bonifacio Wrote:Once more, I'm appalled at the amount of catholics who are so eager to publicly lynch a great pastor of souls like His Excellency time and time again. It's becoming sickening.

I guess this is what the bottom of the barrel feels like ? [Image: shrug.gif]
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#35
newschoolman Wrote:
Quote: Questioning their methods of murder...
I don't recall the word "murder" being used.  I recall him speaking about the "death" of Jews -- but he seemed to deny there being any "deliberate policy" in connection with the deaths in concentration camps.  What does that mean?
It means that he likely believes that there was no deliberate policy to murder Jews in neo-pagan national socialist "Germany". You eat up the Communists historical revision like candy. You are woefully deceived, my friend. Do not stay willfully ignorant! Jews and every other non-Catholic (even those who may call themselves Catholics) are enemies of Christ, as He Himself said: "the Synagogue of Satan". Hilter and the German people of his time did what they did because Jews were fore-closing on their homes for just $0.10 going unpayed and because Jews hyperinflated their currency by printing more than the value of their gross national product. It was the Jews' sins of usury (which is murder by omission BTW which is why Holy Mother Church teaches that it is worse than single murder) that caused Nazi Germany and Hilter's rise. Hilter may have handled it wrong, okay, and two wrongs don't make a right. But God alone has judged his soul, we cannot. I personally believe he did what he thought was right for Germany, his people, but he was a fallen-away Catholic and being good and Catholic is what counts to God and so to me too. Why do you start judging people for what really counts, namely, their religion and morals? That is what God calls us to do by His 1st Commandment. See and understand why it is the FIRST.
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#36
Some recent posts above seem to indicate a certain degree of justification in Hitler's actions toward the Jewish people.  According to this view of history, there is nothing really to condemn, correct?  Are we to understand that Bishop Williamson also shares this view? 
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#37
newschoolman Wrote:Some recent posts above seem to indicate a certain degree of justification in Hitler's actions toward the Jewish people.  According to this view of history, there is nothing really to condemn, correct?  Are we to understand that Bishop Williamson also shares this view? 
Listen jew-schoolman why don't you back off of Bishop Williamson and your "nazi" allegations. He said what he said, and don't imply things he didn't say, your allegations and accusations are totally out of line. You're just parroting the same old tired line of the Jews, Lib "catholics, and traditional enemies of the one and true Church.
But I will say this, the man doesn't not back down in the face of the enemy and probably has more cajones than any other bishop out there, including that one in Rome.

Anyway your slander of a good man is despicable.
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#38
With all of those photos of the Pope, why do you think there are none of him praying by the swimming pool at Auschwitz?

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#39
follow up question: Was the Pope even aware that there was and still is a swimming pool there? 
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Gerard Wrote:follow up question: Was the Pope even aware that there was and still is a swimming pool there? 

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Will professing the fact that "there was and still is a swimming pool at Auschwitz" become an article of Faith?
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