The Pope is probably the creepiest looking man in robes on this planet. He is also a clothes horse with delusions of grandeur. He does love ermine and wine red robes! And he keeps trying various ways of burying his Nazi past. Once again, he goofs. His rehabilitation of a ‘Holocaust denier’ is typical of this guy. Incidentally, he claims that an encounter in Tübingen, Germany, in the spring of 1968 when a crazy girl hassled him about being a former Nazi is the sole reason he decided to be a hyper-conservative screaming queen. It was, in other words, all my fault. Me and my big mouth.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel phoned Pope Benedict XVI Sunday over a Holocaust denier whom the pope welcomed back into the Roman Catholic Church last month.
Neither side seems to have shifted its position over Bishop Richard Williamson, who, shortly before the pope lifted his excommunication, denied the Nazis had systematically murdered six million Jews during World War II.
“It was a very constructive conversation,” the German government and Vatican said in a joint statement about the call. Merkel and the pope expressed respect for each others’ opinion, the release said — diplomatic-speak for saying neither side budged….
After his 14th birthday in 1941, Benedict — then called Joseph Ratzinger — was forced along with the rest of his class in Bavaria, southern Germany, to join the Hitler Youth. However his biographer John Allen Jr., said Ratzinger’s family was strongly anti-Nazi.
It would be fun if she made this an open call or someone released the recording of this epic phone call. What interests me a lot is, the Pope chose to do this right after the collapse of the entire Jewish pyramid of finances for various Zionist organizations. Of course, Jewish ownership of huge hunks of US and plenty of European media meant, the scream machine would crank up into full fury. Of course, this comes also right on the heels of the Jews killing virtually disarmed, trapped civilians in the Gaza ghetto.
The level of dissonance is tremendous and I am certain, billions of people are somewhat if not very much aware of this. The Jewish community can’t pass up an opportunity to review their victimhood. Especially right after committing gross war crimes. Imitating Nazis while screaming about how everyone must be very aware of the true crimes of Nazis is rather funny, in a horrible way. Oh, History is a bitch! She writes with a bloody pen. The Germans decided to be total monsters because they believed they were ‘supermen’ and ‘untermenschen’ should be either enslaved and worked to death or just killed, outright.
This is a horrible philosophy and I despise it, tremendously. Why are Jews embracing it? This is the awful riddle here. But aside from that, why is anyone surprised that Ratzi the Nazi is a Nazi? I called him that long ago, when he and I were both very young. Note the last sentence in the above article: it is part of the effort to erase the Nazi business from the Pope’s resume. For example, he was forced to be a Nazi! In Bavaria, no less. He lived very near where Hitler had his Eagle’s Nest up in the Alps.
I know Bavaria rather well. It was one of Hitler’s favorite places because it was so rabidly Nazi. Berlin, on the other hand, was notorious for being not-so-friendly to Hitler. Ditto, Frankfurt, for example. But Munich? Seig Heil, Everyone! Even in 1968, when I roamed Germany, Munich was more conservative than the rest of Germany.
Williamson’s actions were a severe embarrassment to Benedict, and they strained relations between theVatican and Jews that the church has been striving to improve. Amid a furor, the Pope issued a statement expressing “full and unequivocal solidarity” with Jews and condemning attempts to deny the Holocaust.
But the church’s deeply felt positions were overshadowed by Williamson’s presence in the hierarchy. That’s why German Chancellor Angela Merkel called on the Pope, also a German, to make the Vatican’s position on the Holocaust crystal-clear.
Finally, the Pope did. The Vatican secretariat of state said Williamson will not be permitted to serve as a Roman Catholic bishop unless he “absolutely, unequivocally, and publicly” repudiates his Holocaust denial.
The statement was a loud-and-clear message that needed delivery for the benefit of both the world at large and the interfaith understanding that the church – in particular, Benedict and his predecessor, Pope John Paul II – has been striving to build.
This editorial was written by someone who works for this guy if it wasn’t written by this guy, himself:
Zuckerman is also an active supporter of Israeli and international Jewish causes. Between 2001 and 2003, Zuckerman was the chairman of the Conference of Presidents of Major American Jewish Organizations. Typically, the nominating committee attempts to choose a person who is both respected and uncontroversial. However, Zuckerman was widely opposed by liberal Jewish factions. Nonetheless, Zuckerman was eventually elected and served a full term.
In 2005, before the Jewish settlers’ pullout from the Gaza Strip, at James Wolfensohn‘s request, Zuckerman made a private plea to his friends, including Bill Gates, and Leonard Stern [disambiguation needed], and raised $14 million within two days for a private advocacy group, the Aspen Institute, which bought greenhouses in Gaza and transferred them to Palestinians as a gift.
In their 2006 paper The Israel Lobby and U.S. Foreign Policy, John Mearsheimer, political science professor at the University of Chicago, and Stephen Walt, academic dean of the Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University, named Zuckerman as a member of the media wing of the “Israeli lobby” in theUnited States.
Now, about the ‘greenhouses in Gaza’ business: this was not charity to the Palestinians. It was $14 million given to right wing national socialist Jewish settlers! They had to give up the ILLEGAL greenhouses and wanted some money for it or they would bulldoze them flat. They got their loot.
Now, for some old articles of mine: the Pope believes he will be around for the Apocalypse.
Fatima is Mohammed’s daughter, wife of the first Shi’a. This is where the fatal split in the Muslim world originated.
Between May and October of 1917, three shepherd children, Lúcia dos Santos and her cousins Jacinta and Francisco Marto reported visions of the Virgin Mary in the Cova da Iria fields outside the village of Aljustrel, very close to Fatima, Portugal. They had this experience on the 13th day of each month at approximately the same hour. Lúcia described seeing Mary as “more brilliant than the sun, shedding rays of light clearer and stronger than a crystal glass filled with the most sparkling water and pierced by the burning rays of the sun.”
They ‘see’ a sun goddess. These charming, untutored children molded their visions to fit snuggly within the occult framework so dear to satanists. The Catholic Church embraced this and the last Pope but especially the present occupant sincerely believe in the occult powers of this vision and the prophesies are supposed to be about the Apocalypse and WWIII.
In 1947, Sister Lúcia left the Dorothean order and joined the Carmelite order in a convent in Coimbra, Portugal. Lúcia died on February 13, 2005, at the age of 97. After her death, the Vatican, specifically Cardinal Joseph Ratzinger (at that time, still head of the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith) ordered her cell sealed off. It is believed this was because Sister Lúcia had continued to receive more revelations, and they wished to censor them, or perhaps simply to examine them in the course of proceedings for Lúcia’s canonization.
Ug. Ratzi wasn’t censoring the dying woman nor was he preparing to canonize her, he was performing satanic rituals. How do I know? It is hard for me to explain easily but it is as if I am a spider in a web and the strands tremble as something disturbs it. The entire point of all the magic numbers and all the visions and all the peering into the heavens is to see the future and to use the information to make things happen in the present.
And below is another story from 2005.
Way back, last spring, I read in the NYT that the new Pope was an old foe of mine. And that he blamed me for driving him out of Tuebingin and turned him, like a witch waving her wand, into a conservative.
But while his deep reading and thinking in theology, philosophy, and history were fundamental to development as a theologian, it was the protests of student radicals at Tübingen University – in which he saw an echo of the Nazi totalitarianism he loathed – that seem to have pushed him definitively toward deep conservatism and insistence on unquestioned obedience to the authority of Rome
We met, we argued and I terrorized him so badly he decided to be a Nazi. Amazing! Will wonders nevercease. Actually, the reason we argued and I was “vulgar” was because he was already a Nazi and this ticked me off greatly! I can spot a Nazi from pretty far away.
The article details his humilation at my hands…ahem. He was oh so learned and could quote anyone but I was there and there was precious little for me to quote since most literature is anti women’s rights! So we got in a classic fight over “this is MY body that I live in and YOU can’t order me around” stuff. Then I accused him of being “Kinder, kuchen, Kirche” Nazi. That was so mean of me he decided on the spot to be come a Nazi. I suppose.
I decided to write to the New Yorker because their article, unlike the NYT one, doesn’t detail the final meeting in the Neue Halle where I drove the future Pope batty. It only says “It is not clear why he fled Tuebingen and became conservative”. Heh. Unlike the more honest NYT headlines for their story.
Of course, the NYT was lying, too, for as I pointed out in 1968, Ratzinger was no liberal.
To the Editor,
In “Reading Ratzinger,” Mr. Grafton says, “It is not clear what opposition (Ratzinger) encountered (in Tuebingen). but it is certain he responded to the radicals with a radical change of course of his own.”
The New York Times interviewed the new Pope last spring(April 24, 2005 “Pope Benedict XVI: Roots of Conservatism; Turbulence on Campus in 60’s Hardened Views of Future Pope). He described to the reporter how he was confronted by students on a specific day in a lecture hall and we literally chased him away. He mentioned in particular, a (female) student who called him a Nazi at his last appearance there.
I do believe am that person. I remember the theologian, as well. I was fighting for women’s rights, previously, in America, and in 1968, I was a student in Tuebingen for one year when we had the fateful confrontation. Many articles like to gloss over the Pope’s past but he couldn’t hide from me. My father, Dr. Aden Baker Meinel, was one of the top OSS/ONI officers in Germany at the end of WWII and he was one of the first high ranking officers to enter Dachau in 1945 and the present Pope happened to be one of the people guarding the village of Dachau when he fled at the approach of our army and his family still lives really near Dachau and my father’s rage and frustration with the people living near by as he struggled to figure out what that concentration camp was doing is famous because he kept demanding, “How could you possibly ignore this place? Why are there so many dead people here?”
They all pleaded innocence due to total incuriosity. My father said this was ridiculous because he could smell the camp from far away. It made him ill.
I accused Mr. Ratzinger of being an unreformed Nazi because he scolded me for being a feminist radical. His “Kinder, Kuchen, Kirche” beliefs was stuff straight out of the Nazi philosophy.
This debate shocked everyone, they assured me he was a liberal. I countered hotly, auf deutsch, of course, “If he is a liberal then he should support women’s rights!”
This included in particular, the right to birth control.
Rather than debate me further, he fled the lecture hall. I won that round. Well, here he is, coming back into play, using the Church to try to imprison me in my home and take away my civil rights here in America. He was never really a liberal and he certainly isn’t one today. I will fight him and his army of reactionaries tooth and nail. I challenge him to continue our debate. I will even fly to Italy and argue in the Vatican if he is too scared to meet me on my own ground.
Elaine Meinel Supkis
All the papers and magazines seem bent on making pretty-pretty with this petty tyrant. They are very gingerly with him. Well, I didn’t like him back then and I loathe him today. I hope they give me at least some voice in this whole matter. It obviously bugs the hell out of the Pope. I will note, he was happy to talk about this back in April and much less forthcoming today. He knows I have challenged him to a debate. He knows I am out there and watching him.
He knows he will lose a debate with me. No one is better able to talk about the grim subject of fetuses than I. I have no sense of embarrassment concerning the blood and gore of concieving, carrying and delivering babies.
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