Friday, August 19, 2011

Will There be Justice For Cardinal Innitzer?

Time Magazine's Cover For Man of the Year 1938

[Kreuznet, Austria]. The Archdiocese of Vienna is working together with a Holocaust Museum in Washington, in order to accuse Austrian Church History. This was reported yesterday by the the news agency 'kathpress'. It concerns data being researched about the Viennese Cardinal Theodor Innitzer († 1955). The Prince of the Church supported the Anschluss of Austria to the German Reich. At that time he signed a declaration with "Heil Hitler" Actually, from October 1938 – during the time when Reichskanzler Adolf Hitler († 1945) was an internationally celebrated political figure – the Prince of the Church turned against the Nazi political movement. He preached in Vienna's Stephansdom: „Unser Führer ist Jesus Christus“[Our Führer is Jesus Christ]. Today's leadership in the Archdiocese of Vienna on the other hand, has collaborated for years with the Abortion-State.

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Unknown said...

Actually, "Kristal Nacht", the first major Nazi atrocity, did not occur until the night of 9-10 November 1938.

Until that night, Hitler for the five years of his regime had been just another dictator and it paled in comparison to Stalin's atrocities.

Most of those ignorant of history violently critize those who supported Hitler, like Leni Riefenstahl, who filmed the 1936 Olympics for him.

Dan said...

I am one of those who is growing increasingly exasperated with Jewish impudence. That these people, considering their often less-than-holy history, should dare to demonize the Church is something not only laughable but sickening. Before they begin casting aspersions on heroic Catholic Bishops of the past perhaps they should examine their own role in the creation of Bolshevism,an ideology that murdered far more people (mostly Christian, interestingly) over the years than Adolf Hitler.

But what is more sickening than Jewish hypocrisy is the spectacle of liberal Catholic Churchmen falling all over themselves to collaborate with these people in their ceaseless attacks upon the Church and her glorious past. Those who know history are appalled by this toadying.

Ray's point about Leni Riefenstahl is absolutely correct. That poor woman, one of the greatest directors in the history of cinema, was hounded by these jackals up to the very day of her death and beyond. For people who see things only in back and white this is to be expected, and mob rule is always safer than standing up individually to tell the truth.

God will avenge these calumniators. Of that I am certain.