Bishop Williamson: The Globalist Game Plan
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Love it. When Bishop W is edited and has some images behind the best bits of what he says he's pretty good!
I'll send this one to a few people! Thanks for putting it up (and thanks to whoever did such a good job putting the video together!)
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Amazing job. Thanks.
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Very good.

But, who are the Naturalists? Clue it's not just the Freemasons.

Hmmm. Bishop Williamson was being a very good boy during this video.

And to think he still gets posted on the ADL's most wanted list. Pretty soon the Post Office I would imagine.
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(06-01-2012, 08:20 AM)Adam Wayne Wrote: Very good.

But, who are the Naturalists? Clue it's not just the Freemasons.

Hmmm. Bishop Williamson was being a very good boy during this video.

And to think he still gets posted on the ADL's most wanted list. Pretty soon the Post Office I would imagine.

After Bishop's Latest Anti-Semitic Writings, ADL Says Pius X Society "Has No Place" In Mainstream Church

New York, NY, October 19, 2011 … The Anti-Defamation League (ADL) today called on the Vatican to publicly repudiate anti-Semitic statements by Bishop Richard Williamson, a member of a schismatic Catholic group known as Society of St. Pius X, in which he suggested that Jews are responsible for the death of Jesus.

"Bishop Williamson's remarks are further evidence that the Society of St. Pius X has no place in the mainstream church," said Abraham H. Foxman, ADL National Director.  "It is hard for us to imagine how a congregation that does not accept fundamental church teachings against anti-Semitism, and promotes classic anti-Jewish canards, can be accepted back into the fold."

In an essay on his blog, Bishop Williamson, a convicted Holocaust denier and a member of the schismatic group, wrote that the "true Church" always taught that "the killing of Jesus was truly 'deicide'" and that there is "real solidarity between the Jews clamoring then for Jesus to be killed and that collectivity of Jews of modern times."  Explicitly challenging Pope Benedict XVI, Bishop Williamson concludes the blog by asking, "How can the Pope let go of such ancient truths?"

The ancient charge of deicide against the Jewish people -- which was repudiated and rectified by the Roman Catholic Church at the Second Vatican Council in 1965 -- was the source of nearly 2,000 years of church based anti-Semitism.

The Vatican has recently had conversations with the Society of St. Pius X to determine if their reconciliation with the Church is possible.
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(06-01-2012, 10:58 AM)GottmitunsAlex Wrote: After Bishop's Latest Anti-Semitic Writings, ADL Says Pius X Society "Has No Place" In Mainstream Church

What authority does the ADL have in determining who has a place in the Catholic Church?  None.  I mean even Jews have a place in the Catholic Church once they recognize Jesus Christ as their Lord and Master and follow the teachings of the Catholic Church, like Bishop Williamson and the SSPX do.
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