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The Panzer Pope
and Holocaust Heresy

Captain Eric H. May

February 3, 2009

Capt. Eric H. May

My health being none the best, I am indebted to Pope Benedict XVI for his recent rehabilitation of Bishop Richard Williamson, which allows me to offer a few simple comments and reading links to further the discussion that has already attracted widespread attention.
Bishop Williamson had been excommunicated along with all other members of the traditionalist Society of St. Pius X by Pope John Paul II in a dispute over the ordination of bishops (Williamson, for one) in 1988. He holds and expresses "heretical" views about the historicity of the Holocaust. He believes that unscrupulous Zionist elements have grossly exaggerated the number of dead Jews, and altogether invented the proverbial gas chambers/mass crematoria to support the "big lie."
An article posted at the website “” is quite hostile to Bishop Williamson and the Pope. Still, it provides all that my regular readers might want to know about the bishop's opinions that the Holocaust is largely a hoax and that 9/11 was an inside job intended to facilitate a New World Order:

What Ovens? Panzer Pope Forgives Holocaust Denier Bishop 1

I heartily recommend that all take a look at the article, if only to watch the two short YouTube clips about these two "heretical" notions of Holocaust denial and "9/11 denial" both of which are becoming quite prevalent in certain freethinking circles. On the particular matter of Bishop Richardson's believing that The Protocols of Zion2 may provide a good model for understanding Zionism in its methods and objectives, I exhort each independent reader to read The Protocols whoever wrote it and draw his or her own conclusions.
It seems to me that there is very little in The Protocols that Jewish LA Times writer Joel Stein left unsaid in his recent column, How Jewish is Hollywood? 3 Many will remember his candid and often quoted line from that revealing essay:

"I don't care if Americans think we're running the news media, Hollywood, Wall Street or the government. I just care that we get to keep running them."


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Captain Eric H. May is a former Army military intelligence and public affairs officer, as well as a former NBC editorial writer. His essays have appeared in The Wall Street Journal, The Houston Chronicle and Military Intelligence Magazine. For the past five years, he has been commander of Ghost Troop, a patriotic cyber-intelligence unit. For his most recent articles and upcoming interviews, refer to his America First Books author archive site at this web site and his Ghost Troop author archive site4 managed by Patti Woodard.
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20081024 Orwellian Alert! British Crackdown Threatens Us All coauthored with Maj. William B. Fox and Dr. James Fetzer. This is another effort to defend the right of free speech of one who would dare to question irresponsible mythologies wrapped up in the Zionist religion of "Holocaustianity."
19971107 Bishop Williamson's criticism of The Sound of Music. This is a sermon cited by Williamson's enemies to suggest that he is a crank for daring to criticize a movie viewed as the epitome of wholesome family entertainment by most Americans. Interestingly enough, if one bothers to read what Williamson actually says, one discovers that he is perfectly sane and makes some interesting points.

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