"Legal charges leveled against Williamson on Tuesday in Argentina"
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PaxVobiscum Wrote:"The lay people's committee of the Catholic diocese of Paderborn called Tuesday for SSPX groups to be put under police surveillance to establish if they were a threat to democracy in Germany."

Now that is scary.  [Image: afraidsmiley.gif]

I wonder if Joseph McCarthy would sponsor them if he could.

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Marisa Wrote:Please say three Aves for Bishop Williamson when you read this!
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http://www.dw-world.de/dw/article/0,,401....Holocaust | 10.02.2009 Holocaust Revisionist Put Under Pressure by Church, Courts  
[Image: 0,,4004717_1,00.jpg] The superior of an ultra-conservative Society of St. Pius X called on Richard Williamson to "correct" his denial of the Holocaust. The move comes as Argentina, where Williamson resides, filed suit against him. 

Bernard Fellay, who heads the ultra-conservative Society of St. Pius X, said Richard Williamson "should study the historical facts quickly and correct his false statements -- the sooner the better," the online version of the German newsmagazine Der Spiegel reported Tuesday, Feb. 10.

 

There has been outrage, especially in Germany, over Williamson's claim to a Swedish television interviewer that there had been no gas chambers at Nazi concentration camps and "only 200,000 to 300,000" Jews had died in the camps.

 

Fellay, 50, said he told Williamson to "correct this nonsense" as soon as he saw the interview.

 

"It should not have needed a papal demand to do so," Fellay said, adding that he had suspended Williamson as head of the SSPX seminary at La Reja, Argentina, on Jan. 31. "I have forbidden him to make further public statements without my permission."

 

Possible prison sentence

 

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LRThunder Wrote:
PaxVobiscum Wrote:"The lay people's committee of the Catholic diocese of Paderborn called Tuesday for SSPX groups to be put under police surveillance to establish if they were a threat to democracy in Germany."

Now that is scary.  [Image: afraidsmiley.gif]

I wonder if Joseph McCarthy would sponsor them if he could.

I'm not sure how you mean that.  Senator Joseph McCarthy would fight tooth-and-nail for Bp. Williamson, I'm sure, having been a devout (if sometimes sinful) Catholic.  He was a great man who was one of the world's most fearsome enemies of communism, and he had his reputation destroyed for it.  The church recognized his work with a solemn pontifical requiem mass in front of no less than 100 preists and 1000 mourners on his death in 1957.
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Now the SSPX is an "openly anti-Semitic Catholic sect."


http://www.thestar.com/printArticle/585610

[Image: logo_torontostar.gif] Vatican advisers blamed for Pope's woes TheStar.com - World - Vatican advisers blamed for Pope's woes
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Both articles are completely ridiculous. I still can't believe that it's possible to be arrested for expressing an opinion on a historical event (quite different from saying, "I want to kill the president!"), and moreover, to be charged in a different country from where the "offense" took place. If I break the law while visiting Japan, my trial should be in Japan, not back here in the U.S.

[Image: afraidsmiley.gif] indeed.
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SouthpawLink Wrote:Both articles are completely ridiculous. I still can't believe that it's possible to be arrested for expressing an opinion on a historical event (quite different from saying, "I want to kill the president!"), and moreover, to be charged in a different country from where the "offense" took place. If I break the law while visiting Japan, my trial should be in Japan, not back here in the U.S.

[Image: afraidsmiley.gif] indeed.

Except for treason, but yes, it is completely ridiculous.
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I wonder what the reaction would be if police charged people who still claim Pius XII did nothing to help Jews in WWII?
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mike6240 Wrote:
Happyandgrateful Wrote:
PaxVobiscum Wrote:"The lay people's committee of the Catholic diocese of Paderborn called Tuesday for SSPX groups to be put under police surveillance to establish if they were a threat to democracy in Germany."

Now that is scary.  [Image: afraidsmiley.gif]

Wow.  These people are really insane.  Expressing any doubt about any element of a historic event can lead to one being imprisoned and surveilled.  Unreal.

Ahh...yes...welcome to the New World Order, folks.  It won't be long before the U.S. conforms to this type of tactic.  It's just the beginning....just the beginning.....[Image: afraidsmiley.gif]....and yes, be very afraid.

No, we won't be afraid. Instead, we will fight any move to implement "this type of tactic" and the people who would implement it. Fight it tooth and nail.
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It's time to join forces and to face the enemies of God and His Church.
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