Thursday, August 16, 2007

Wlodimir (Vladimir) Ledochowski's Apparant Kulterkampf Revenge at Dresden

Wlodimir Ledochowski: the 26th Superior General of the Jesuit Order
Ruins of the Dresden Lutheran Frauenkirche in 1991

The worst assassin of the XX century, Wladimir Ledochowsky (and don't forget his assistants, from Hitler to Stalin to Churchill, Mussolini, etc.)

".....Soviet military intelligence asserted that trains stuck in the main station were troop trains passing through Dresden to the front. This proved incorrect, as they were trains evacuating refugees from the east.[10] RAF briefing notes mentioned a desire to show "the Russians, when they arrive, what Bomber Command can do." The specific intent of this statement is now unclear, and there are different possible interpretations: a statement of pride in the RAF's abilities; or to show the Soviets that the Western Allies were doing all they could to aid the Soviet advance; or a demonstration of western strength as a warning or threat to the Soviets in the lead-up to the Cold War...."

These are only lies to cover the intent to kill as many Protestant/lutheran heretics they could in the name of the Counter Reformation war, and then to indict for it other victims, the Jews.

With stadium/lager Rocco they are near to repeat all that.

Best regards from a North Adriatic Anti-catholic isolationist

A war crime, akin to the design of the failure to bomb the rail road to Auschwitz in Polish Upper Silesia- all as part of the death maximization of Wlodimir Ledochowski's continuing counter reformation.

Wlodimir Ledochowski's Holocausts
Wlodimir Ledochowski's Plausible Counter-Reformation Strategy


avles said...

Tuesday, December 13, 2011

Slaughterhouse Five & Kurt Vonnegut to be cancelled?

avles said...

and Protestant Germany?

"..........Unfortunately Paul VI’s Japanese itinerary didn’t include Nagasaki, the historical center of Japanese Christianity. There the “second bomb”—dropped by a B-29 piloted by Major Chuck Sweeney and one of whose crewman was named Gallagher—had a plutonium core that made it much more powerful than the Hiroshima bomb. The reason Nagasaki’s death toll did not surpass Hiroshima’s was that it missed its target point, the center of the city, and burst directly over Urakami, the most Catholic section of Nagasaki, destroying the cathedral and, among its other victims, wiping out three congregations of nuns.

There was no comment on either atomic bombing by any Catholic bishop anywhere in the world, including the Bishop of Rome, over such heinous violations of the Just War theory, which condemns assaults on the civilian population—just as there had been none before that about the area bombing of Europe by the Royal Air Force and the fire bomb massacres committed by the American Air Force in Japan. (The latter raids, it’s worth mentioning, were led by Curtis LeMay, the recipient of an honorary degree from a Jesuit school as, more recently, was John Brennan—my alma mater, John Carroll in the first instance, Fordham in the second. And, oh yes, both degrees were in humanities.)
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