The world has become a strange place. Anyone can say anything about God or Jesus Christ or anything else it will be all right. Anyone can slander Christians, Muslims, Buddhists, Hindus etc. That too would be fine. But if you tell the truth about Israel or Jewish crime or the Jewish Holocaust then all hell breaks loose. This is what happened to Bishop Richard Williamson after he spoke the truth about the Jewish Holocaust.
Bishop Richard Williamson was asked to leave America after he said Muslims were not responsible for 9/11 and here is the rest of the story.
“Bishop Williamson Vindicated, then Ousted”
“…He had told Swedish television that “historical evidence is hugely against six million Jews having been deliberately gassed in gas chambers as a deliberate policy of Adolf Hitler.”
The whole world heard the message. The whole world talked about it. It was just so staggering, to hear a Catholic priest say something significant. Words of truth, diamond-clear, as if inspired by Jesus Christ Himself, were given to the world. For an earlier account of what Bishop Williamson said, see Richard Widmann, “The Case of Bishop Williamson”.
But nobody in the public domain was heard discussing them. Maybe (and one hopes in private conversations around the world) his carefully chosen words were weighed, but no discussion of their possible truth was heard in the media, not a single word. He was condemned on all corners, sacked from his job, expelled from the country where he was working, threatened with imprisonment by various bodies, and instructed to recant by the Pope….”
“…In response, a statement put out by the Vatican said: “Bishop Williamson, in order to be admitted to the Episcopal functions of the Church, must in an absolutely unequivocal and public way distance himself from his positions regarding the Shoah [Holocaust].” Then, German Chancellor Angela Merkel told the Pope: “The Pope and the Vatican must make absolutely clear that there can be no denial of the Holocaust.” But Bishop Williamson would not recant. He instead declared that: “If I find this proof, then I will correct myself. But that will require some time” and added an apology for the “distress” he had caused the pope, regretting that his comments had been ‘imprudent.’…..”
“…The Bishop had to leave Argentina, moving to the SSPX’s British centre in Wimbledon. For twenty years he had been a much-loved Bishop of the SSPX in America, and four volumes of his pastoral letters were published. Then in 2002 after he made some remarks about who was responsible for the event of 9/11, indicating it was not the Muslims, but alluding to ‘Judaeo-Masonic’ elements,4 he found himself being asked to leave America faster than you could say ‘Larry Silverstein.’…”
Bishop Richard Williamson
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