Catholic Bishop Williamson has been expelled from the SSPX
By Michael Hoffman
The announcement has come that Roman Catholic Bishop Richard N. Williamson of the Society of St. Pius X (SSPX) has been expelled from this priestly fraternity by his fellow Bishop, Bernard Fellay.
Bishop Williamson has publicly stated that he does not believe anyone was gassed to death in the alleged "gas chambers" of Auschwitz-Birkenau. The Vatican suspended all of his episcopal functions until such time as he would recant his doubts. In spite of enormous ecclesiastical pressure, worldwide media calumny, loss of his post as rector of the SSPX seminary in Argentina, and expulsion from Argentina, the bishop refused to recant. He was subsequently exiled to London, at the SSPX headquarters there.
The purge of Williamson follows the recent expulsion of two other priests from the SSPX, Fr. Francois Chazal and Fr. Joseph Pfeiffer. Fr. Chazal has reported the degree to which the SSPX in Germany has tyrannized any opinion that dares to question politically correct dogmas, and that this Establishment-conforming spirit has spread to other SSPX districts and regions.
Bishop Williamson has impressed revisionist activists worldwide with his courage. He is probably the highest placed Christian churchman ever to maintain a sustained challenge to the homicidal gas chamber allegations.
When he was rector of St Thomas Aquinas Seminary in Winona, Minnesota, Williamson hosted a talk by Ernst Zundel's defense attorney, Doug Christie. Bishop Williamson encouraged his seminarians to read this writer's The Great Holocaust Trial, copies of which were amply provisioned in the seminary library.
All it takes for a man to be dehumanized in this day and age is to be stigmatized as a "holocaust denier" and an "anti-semite," and his career as a human being is over and his life as a monster begins. This process has infected even the SSPX fraternity founded by the staunchly anti-masonic, anti-Talmudic Archbishop Marcel Lefebvre, who served as Pope Pius XII's legate to all of French Africa in the 1950s.
Denial of Allied holocausts in Dresden and Nagasaki, and Israeli holocausts in Jenin, Beirut and Gaza are of course fully approved. Anti-goyimite hatred, as enshrined in the religion of Judaism's canonical texts, is also fine and dandy.
Catholics traditionally have honored those who bear a stigmata and we have little doubt that the stigma upon Bishop Williamson will one day win him a crown in heaven and a place of honor here on earth, when better days come 'round again for the Church.
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For Further Research:
The announcement of the expulsion is here:
Information on Williamson's continuing prosecution by the government of Germany for casting heretical doubt on the relics of the religion of Holocaustianity, is here: