Tuesday, November 30, 2021

Who is Archbishop Lefebvre and who does he represent?


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Lefebvre and the international cult of fascism

Most people, including many Catholics, consider the schismatic Archbishop Lefebvre to be a mere dissident religious figure within the Catholic Church hierarchy, an ultraright conservative clergyman of no interest to anyone except the orthodox Vatican leadership. In part, this mistaken view can be attributed to the general misconception of the uninformed, who fail to understand the enormous political role played by the Catholic Church internationally, a role that has been at least marginally decisive at important moments not only in the historical past, but throughout the 20th century. Today, the Vatican leadership under Pope John Paul II, as earlier under Popes Paul VI and John Paul I, is one of the very crucial international political and moral forces behind the creation of the European Monetary System planned and implemented beginning last summer by West German Chancellor Helmut Schmidt and French President Giscard d'Estaing.

For the Vatican, this represents the continuation of a policy vigorously pursued by its finest leaders since the end of the 19th century, a policy of politically allying France and West Germany, together with Russia, in order to establish the international political and economic base from which to challenge the amoral, looting policies of Great Britain and its allies within the European "black" aristocracy.

Archbishop Lefebvre is the contemporary representative of a fascist movement created in 1898 immediately following the Dreyfus affair and under the cover of in-place oligarchist networks inside the French Catholic Church. That movement was known as the Action Française or "integralists" and was founded by Charles Maurras, agent of the Orleanist pretender to the French throne.

The tasks of the Action Française were two-fold. Immediately, it was to maintain the rupture in Franco-German relations for which the Dreyfus affair was concocted. Its long-term perspective was to catalyze the creation of a European-wide fascist movement, a movement that was to culminate in Mussolini's Italy, Nazi Germany, Vichy France, Franco's Spain, and Salazar's Portugal.  (more...)

Who is Archbishop Lefebvre and who does he represent?

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