A terrible bloodguilt therefore rests on the Vatican

Posted

12/01/09

 A
terrible bloodguilt therefore rests on the Vatican! As a leading part
of Babylon the Great,

A terrible bloodguilt therefore rests on the Vatican! As a
leading part of Babylon the Great, it
helped significantly in putting Hitler into power and in giving him
“moral” support. The Vatican went further in tacitly consenting to
Hitler’s atrocities.
During the long decade of Nazi terror, the
Roman pontiff kept quiet while hundreds of thousands of Catholic soldiers were fighting and
dying for the glory of the
Nazi regime
and while millions of other unfortunates
were being liquidated in Hitler’s gas chambers.

 The German Catholic bishops even gave open support to Hitler.
On the same day that Japan, Germany’s wartime partner at the time,
made the sneak attack on Pearl Harbor, The New York Times
carried this report: “The Conference of German Catholic Bishops
assembled in Fulda has recommended the introduction of a special ‘war
prayer’ which is to be read at the beginning and end of all divine
services.
The prayer implores Providence to bless German arms
with victory and grant protection to the lives and health of all
soldiers. The Bishops further instructed Catholic clergy to keep and
remember in a special Sunday sermon at least once a month German
soldiers ‘on land, on sea and in the air.’”

 If
there had been no love affair between the Vatican and the Nazis, the
world might have been spared the agony of having scores of millions of
soldiers and civilians killed in the war,
of
six million Jews murdered for being non-Aryan, and—most precious in
Jehovah’s sight—of thousands of his Witnesses, both of the anointed and
of the “other sheep,” suffering great atrocities, with many Witnesses
dying in the Nazi concentration camps.—John 10:10, 16.

 

 

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