A revenge more terrible then commonly acknowledged.
The idea of setting up
De Zayes book focuses exclusively upon the expulsion of the ethnic Germans as a terrible revenge for the crimes of the 3rd Reich; it overlooks the broader picture of a continuing counter reformation directed by a man born into a prestigious Polish ‘Noble’ family – so-known for their devotion to the Vatican – who was only about 8 years old when his uncle Mieczyslaw was imprisoned by Otto Von Bismarck, leader of the predominantly Protestant state of Prussia that would prominently defy the Vatican with its KULTURKAMPF.
Rome's planned theft of the predominately Protestant areas of East Prussia, Pomerania, Silesia, etc to the north, came as the cap stone of an agenda of bloody religious war for the gain of the Roman Catholic Church Empire: a 20th century continuation of the counter reformation.
Crafted by the Jesuit Superior General, who was only 8 years old when Protestant Prussia imprisoned his Cardinal Uncle Mieczyslaw Ledochowski, as a most plausible childhood revenge vow.
Wlodimir Ledochowski 1872
“When the new Black Pope was yet a lad he witnessed the persecution and imprisonment of his uncle, the late Cardinal Ledochowski , who had estates in German Poland, and whom
b. October 29, 1822 – d. July 22, 1902
1871-1918 German 2nd Reich, with Polish majority Posen/Poznan
Cardinal Miecczyslaw Ledochowski was a key figure in the Prussian-Vatican conflict.
From The Washington Post, January 15, 1913
“He spent two full years in prison before being liberated and sentence to exile, and he then proceeded to Rome where he lived as the honored guest, first of Pius IX and then of Leo XIII, exercising a potent influence at the Vatican. So much so, indeed, that before Bismarck would consent to a cessation of the so-called Culterkampf, he insisted that Cardinal Count Ledochowski should leave Rome and cease to be a member of the Pope’s immediate entourage.”Miesczyslaw Ledochowski was a Vatican official representing a nexus of power higher then the Pope, who, vengeful for Prussia's Kulturkampf, was desirous of future war.
This is what the NY Times published in 1892: The New York Times On the Papacy and Cardinal Mieczyslaw Ledochowski
It is very well understood, however, that
If we assume that this spirited and resolute prelate will shortly be ruling the Church through its nominal head, it becomes a most anxious question how he will accept the existing political conditions of
In any event under this new regime there would be an abrupt cessation of pastorals on Socialistic and labor problems and of poems about St. Thomas Aquinas. We should instead see the Vatican boldly embark upon the troubled waters of European diplomacy, seeking alliances and taking desperate risks upon the fortune in the next war.
So, apparently, was the Pope (with his doctrine of 'papal infallibility"):
On January 18th, 1874 -- thus on the anniversary of the founding of the German Reich -- he declared at an assembly of international pilgrims that
Only the Eternal one knew whether or not the grain of sand on the mountains of eternal retribution had already been released.
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