It's right on time that the German Bundestag takes up the battle against the Society of St. Pius X using the tried and true methods of before.
[kreuz.net] The faction of the German Melon-Party 'Greens' have brought a 'modest proposal' to the Bundestag.
This was reported by 'German Bundestages'.
The 'green' Antichristians would like to bring to disclosure, if the German government would acknowledge the application of "extremist views of the Society of Pius X".
The Society of St. Pius X is an internationally active organization of traditional believers. The 'Greens' would like to portray them as Anti-German enemies of the State.
In fact the Society has opposed the Germanization of the Catholic Liturgy and the introduction of National principles into the Church.
The 'green' faction asks, if the Government if the views of the extremists indicate that the Society of St. Pius X stand in whole or in part, in an endeavor to pursue them in contradiction with the alleged "free-democratic foundations of the Bundesrepublik of Germany."
The free and democratic foundations of Germany guarantee -- at least theoretically -- the free practice of religion.
The Bundesrepublik of Germany is the successor organization of the Third Reich of Reichskanzler Adolf Hitler (+1945).
The 'Green'-Extremists also want to know, which knowledge the Bundesregierung has on that, if and to which extent the State Courts for the protection of the Constitution, have nothing else better to do, than to monitor the Society of St. Pius.
The Catholic Church was already spied upon systematically by collaborators of the 'Secret State Police'.
The 'Green'-Party, their own Pedophile-Walz notwithstanding, swept over Germany this spring for self-declared child molesters as Congressmen in their ranks. [The legitimization of sexual activity with children has been attempted by the German Government, read here and especially here.]
In the 80s the 'Greens' promoted the legalization of Child-rape or the abolition of compulsory school attendance.
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