by Aharon Hoffman at Mystical Paths
When we think of anti-semites in the US, we usually think of southern or rural xians and the traditional anti-semitic offshoots (such as the KKK).
Surprisingly, they're relatively marginalized and not the group to worry about. The Southern Poverty Law Center writes, "The New Crusaders: The radical traditionalist Catholics, who reject the teachings of the modern papacy, may form America's largest group of anti-Semites."
"...these Catholic extremists, including the Gibsons, may well represent the largest population of anti-Semites in the United States. ...that exhibit varying degrees of anti-Semitism, typically focusing in on conspiracy theories that accuse the Jews of corrupting the church and society. Because of that ideology, they are being added to the Southern Poverty Law Center's list of hate groups."
So be aware, the following groups are out to get you. They seem to have book distribution, newspapers, web sites, TV and radio franchises. They have priests, nuns, schools, etc...
Society of S. Pius X, Catholic Apologetics Intl, Catholic Counterpoint, Catholic Family News/Catholic Family Ministries, Culture Wars/Fidelity Press, The Fatima Crusader/International Fatima Rosary Crusade, Legion of S. Louis/IHS Press, OMN Xian Book Club, The Remnant/Remnant Press, Slaves of the Immacualte Heart of MaryAnn, S. Joseph Forum, S. Michael's Parish/Mount St. Michael, Tradition in Action
And, here's why (a sample)...
"the 1911 edition of the Catholic Encyclopedia "predicts the anti-Christ will come from Jewry."
"a massive conspiracy aimed at Satan ruling the earth. "Among the major forces in the ascent of the New World Order," he explained, "are the Jews, Judaism and the land of Israel."
"the Antichriss, when he arrives, will be a Jew."
"that "Jewish media elites" run the country, that Jews are "major players" in pornography, and that Jews are behind Masonry and the French Revolution"
"the Judeo-Masonic conspiracy"
Take a look at the whole thing.
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Friday, February 23, 2007
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