Bishop Williamson urges faithful to pray for “heroic” Holocaust denier

In a recent email newsletter, Bishop Richard Williamson urged his traditionalist Catholic followers to pray for Holocaust denier Robert Faurisson, whom he describes as a “powerful defender of truth.” In Bishop Williamson’s email message, he said that belief in the Holocaust is a “lay religion” and “the main rival” to Catholicism in the modern world. Quoting Faurisson who says that the Holocaust is “a major instrument…of the godless New World Order,” Williamson says that Faurisson deserves “divine reward…for the heroic services which he has rendered to the truth.”

Bishop Williamson considers himself a leader of a popular “resistance” to Society of St. Pius X (which he believes is not sufficiently doctrinaire). This is not the first time he has promoted Holocaust denial to his followers. In fact, he has admitted that he uses some of the money he raises from them to defray the legal fees he accrues defending himself from charges of denying the Holocaust in places where doing so is against the law.

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3 Responses to Bishop Williamson urges faithful to pray for “heroic” Holocaust denier

  1. Jett Rucker says:

    Faurisson is not a “Holocaust denier.” In fact, there’s hardly any such thing, at least among informed thinkers.

    Stop smearing people who defend free, honest inquiry into historical matters with two-dimensional stick figures.

    Two legs, bad, four legs, good. Right?

    • The Holocaust consists of a phantasmagorical cultish religion bullshit story in which of the perhaps at most the 4,00,000
      Jews that came under the juridiction of the Third Reich, 6,000,000 died in gas chambers, another 3,000.000 were shot and buried in mass graves,
      perhaps as many as a million emigrated to America, 4 or 5 million emigrated to Israel and another half million have written their memoirs and a half million
      travel to high schools through the U.S. and Europe telling about their miracle survival.


  2. Joe Rizoli says:

    The holocaust was an exaggerated big lie,

    “most of the memoirs and reports of Holocaust survivors are full of preposterous verbosity, graphomanic exaggeration, dramatic effects, overestimated self-inflation, dilettante philosophizing, would-be lyricism, unchecked rumors, bias, partisan attacks…”
    –Samuel Gringauz, “Jewish Social Studies” (New York), January 1950,

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