Well, technically, one bishop and a cardinal. But the point made by both – separated in time by more than 80 years but nonetheless contemporaneous in righteousness – is the same.
The Bishop of Munster, August Von Galen, dared to publicly point the finger at the thugs running Germany in the 1930s, accusing them of doing exactly what they were doing. Which was killing off the “undesirables,” as defined by the thugs who controlled Germany.
Cardinal Gerhard Ludwig Mueller has just done essentially the same. He accuses the thugs who are bent upon running everything of doing exactly what they are doing. Which is using the pretext of an intractable sickness to “bring people in line” for the sake of “total control.”
Which is understandable. Because it is hard to say so when it seems no one else wants to say so.
When there are costs for saying so.
An ordinary German who said so back then ran the risk of ending up exactly where the “undesirable” people ended up, back then. It is why so many ordinary Germans said nothing and thus became complicit, even if it ran contrary to their inclinations. Bravery takes guts. The willingness to brave the consequences.
It is probable that Bishop Galen was afraid of those consequences, too. Only a fool is not afraid of that which could lead to harm. But only a fool believes he can evade being harmed by not being brave.
Bishop Galen was prominent – which gave him a degree of immunity – but postwar evidence indicates that had the thugs who ran Germany won the war, they would have hanged him. Before they lost the war, they deported lesser priests who sided with him for “special handling,” as the thugs who ran Germany in those days liked to style the murder they committed.
Speaking of which, it’s worth recalling what Bishop Galen said, almost 80 years ago:
“A curse on men and on the German people if we break the holy commandment – Thou shalt not kill – which was given us by God on Mount Sinai with thunder and lightning, and which God our Maker imprinted on the human conscience from the beginning of time! Woe to us German people if we not only license this heinous offense but allow it to be committed with impunity!”
At the very least – and to use that word in this context is itself an obscenity – thousands of people have been murdered by “vaccines” that were forced upon them, fundamentally the same as the Jabs forced on the “undesirables” in German hospitals and asylums all those years ago.
A harsh equivalence? Yes, certainly. But the harshness does obviate the equivalence. The creatures pushing these “vaccines” are well-aware of the deaths which have resulted – and yet continue to demand that more be put at risk of death. Continue to use everything short of actually rounding people up – and even that is beginning to happen, in countries run by thugs such as Austria and Australia.
Cardinal Mueller names the thugs:
“People who sit on the throne of their wealth (see) an opportunity to push through their agenda,” he says. And then he says their names. Bill Gates, George Soros, Klaus Schwab. Interestingly, the latter has family-business ties to the thugs who were running Germany all those years ago.
Whose inheritors plan to run the world today.
“This has nothing to do with ‘democracy,” Cardinal Mueller rightly observes. Democracy being the antithesis of the global oligarchy which seeks to impose collective uniformity, a system in which the individual has no say.
What is done with him – and to him – being ordered by the thugs who control the world.
Predictably, he is being Galenized – which is to say marginalized, by the very thugs (and their tools) he dared to name. His naming of Soros is “anti-Semitic.” Notwithstanding that nothing the cardinal said had anything to do with Soros being Jewish.
The German press – which is today much like the German press of 1936 – accuses the cardinal of being a peddler of “conspiracy theories.”
But now – as then – many of the people who hear the clergyman’s words know in their hearts as well as their heads they ring true. When a claim isn’t refuted, calmly and with facts – but rather met with hysteria and persona attacks – it is safe to assume the claim is likely true.
Thank God for men like Mueller – and for men like Bishop (later, Cardinal) Von Galen, whose saying-so may be the reason for Mueller saying so.
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