+Williamson meeting defense team at Heathrow?
#11
well that explains it. What bugs me is irving or who ever works for him would release private communication with BP Williamson to the press. This is  low, and I'm curious what the motive is. also this line says it all.
Quote:I am keeping out of this
nice to know this guy irving has the backs of those who believe him his research and theory. a good Bishop and a good catholic is being hunted over an event that to me anyway doesn't matter. and like all myths and other peoples narratives just now brings "So what?" from my mouth when ever someone goes on about what ever if anything happened to the jews in that era.
I Pray the trads in england have the Good bishops back!


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#12
Also this sad affair when trads turned on there own at the bidding of the jews will not be forgotten! to see the society treat one of its very own like this over the demands and orders of Christ deniers will never be forgotten! and is an ominous sign of whats to come. oh yeah right how dare he believe that the jews didn't replace the Crucifixion with there own baloney. how dare he stand against the tide and tyranny of this modern epoch filled with the most gross perversion of history and the present. seems Salvatore Giuliano's line he had carved into his favorite machine gun is fitting for the Bishop
"I can take care of my enemies, But God protect me from my friends!"
how true.
Hope Bishop fellay knows it.


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#13
I hope someone tells Bishop Williamson about this leak and has a chat with him about opportunists.  They aren't interested in his soul, really, are they?
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#14
Looks like he landed safetly -- and appears to be all smiles.

http://www.guardian.co.uk/uk/video/2009/...r-heathrow
It seems that the legal team was there to greet him as reported earlier.
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Williamson did have one supporter at Heathrow; Michele Renouf, a socialite turned documentary-maker, said she wanted to represent and support him in getting his views across to the public.
She blamed Germany - which has a Holocaust-denial law - for causing the "scrum of Jewish protests" and said it was a "disgrace" that there could be no debate on the issue. Renouf, who came to Heathrow with her legal team, has become increasingly known in recent years for associating with those who deny the Holocaust. She supported the historian, David Irving, during his trial in Vienna for Holocaust denial. Last year, she helped put together a legal team for an Australian academic, Frederick Toben, after he was arrested at Heathrow airport.

 
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newschoolman Wrote:Looks like he landed safetly -- and appears to be all smiles.

http://www.guardian.co.uk/uk/video/2009/...r-heathrow


Ya think there was enough security?
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#16
It seems he was greeted by his legal team as reported above.

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Williamson did have one supporter at Heathrow; Michele Renouf, a socialite turned documentary-maker, said she wanted to represent and support him in getting his views across to the public.
She blamed Germany - which has a Holocaust-denial law - for causing the "scrum of Jewish protests" and said it was a "disgrace" that there could be no debate on the issue. Renouf, who came to Heathrow with her legal team, has become increasingly known in recent years for associating with those who deny the Holocaust. She supported the historian, David Irving, during his trial in Vienna for Holocaust denial. Last year, she helped put together a legal team for an Australian academic, Frederick Toben, after he was arrested at Heathrow airport.
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#17
devotedknuckles Wrote:Also this sad affair when trads turned on there own
Very sad. I hope it was Fr. Morgan's delegation who met Bishop Williamson at the airport and H.E. will receive a proper reception from the Faithful. Somebody should have arranged a private flight. The Argentine SSPX publicly escorted H.E. for the departure. It was good to see the British police doing their job at the airport.

Revisionists Michele Renouf and David Irving are not Catholic but at least they have demonstrated independence from the anti-Catholic establishment. It is too bad that the first thing the revisionist camp did was to let private, sensitive correspondence leak to the yellow press. I really hope no SSPX leaders intend to expel His Excellency by the end of this month because of some media-imposed deadline.
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#18
Reportedly, the Bishop's publisher is pushing some new books containing letters from the Winona years.  

http://angelqueen.org/forum/viewtopic.php?t=24407

I wonder if all of the media attention will help to stimulate more interest in the books?  In any case, the timing of the book release will certainly help to defray his legal costs.    
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#19
frerejacques Wrote:I hope someone tells Bishop Williamson about this leak and has a chat with him about opportunists.  They aren't interested in his soul, really, are they?
And the SSPX leadership is? I hope nobody intends to carry through with the German SSPX threat to expel H.E. in a few days if he does not publicly lie about his historical beliefs.
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#20
I think that there's a very real chance that because of the "Williamson event" more and more historians will question details of the Shoah. Whether or not what they discover supports Williamson's position, the verboten status of the "Holocaust" must end. This is unhealthy for academic debate.
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