Monday, June 30, 2008

Roman Catholicism: The New Medievalism/Neo Feudalism

According to Avles:


The principles of Catholicism are based on the denial of the rights of men. In the Feudal Middle Age you had not something like a ‘right’ which belonged to you ‘naturally’ and ‘from the birth to death’.

You were a simple TOOL of your master. This is the goal of RC church and Jesuits. Kommunism and Nazifascism were only a disguised forms for the realization of this plan, the return to middle age. [such as stuff as this]

According to a paper SPIRITUAL GEOPOLITICS: FR. EDMUND WALSH AND JESUIT ANTICOMMUNISM, by Gearóid Ó Tuathail / Gerard Toal, Department of Geography, Virginia Tech:
By the early twentieth century, the leadership of the Catholic Church was at war with the modern world. The tone was established by the papal declarations of Pius X condemning "Americanism" in 1899 and repudiating the heresy of "modernism" in 1907. Within the Jesuits, the anti-modernist creed was lead by Father Wlodimir Ledochowski who governed the society as its Superior General from 1915 to his death in 1942. The son of Polish nobility serving the Habsburg court, Ledochowski embodied the reactionary sentiments of old regime Catholicism (MacDo nough 1992, 65-68). Writing after the collapse of the Habsburg empire in 1919 he argued that "all is tottering in modern society..., modern society resembles in its wretchedness the poor paralytic of Bethsaida in that it has no strength within itself to rise from its sick bed..." (Ledochowski in Schmidt 1945, 380). "Freethinkers," those with a contempt for God and religion, "promised that science would solve all the problems of life, becoming the provident and generous dispenser of happiness to the generations of mankind so thirsty for perfect happiness." However, science and the state have proved to be false gods. Now "the souls of men are feeling ever more and more the terrible void created by the conspiracy of governments to tear away modern generations from Christ and His Church" (Ledochowski in Schmidt 1945, 382).
Note that Ledochowski uses terms as “God and religion” and “Christ and His Church” as synonyms for the Roman Catholic Church, he decries the independence of secular governments from the Roman Catholic Church, and for freethinkers.

Wlodimir Ledochowski- 26th Jesuit Order Superior General
born October 7, 1866
elected February 11, 1915 - served until his death December 13, 1942

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avles said...

I think it is important to expose the Jesuits' Inquisitional censorship:

Douglas Andrew Willinger said...

I agree 1000%