Plot Against the Church: Part 4 - Maurice Pinay

Jewish Revolutionaries of the Middle Ages

In the face of the revolutionary activity of this network of secret societies led by Jewry, which endangered Holy Church, the Christian states and the whole existing order of that time was threatened and set about building up an effective defence. Several Popes were effective one after the other in this task, and especially the great Innocent III, Domingo de Guzman, Francis of Assisi, the 3rd and 4th Ecumenical Lateran Councils and other provincial synods distinguished themselves.

The most astounding thing about the matter is that, in the organisation of this effective defence, a free-thinker, an unbeliever and bitter enemy of Pope Innocent III participated, since he realised that Europe was close to falling into the bloody claws of the Jews and their heresies. We are speaking of the German Emperor Frederick II, who on the one side fought against the Papacy, but on the other side was so spiritually with his time and far-sighted and correctly evaluated the great deadly danger which hung over the European nations. Frederick II was perhaps more concerned to save his people than the Church, but fortunately he was conscious of this deadly threat and did not disturb the work of defence, but supported it energetically and successfully.

May all German patriots, who today fight against the beast, follow his example, and even if there are also unbelievers among them, may they not nevertheless strike out on the false disgraceful path of the Nazis and turn against the Christians. The edicts of Emperor Frederick formed to a great extent the foundations for the Inquisition court and were later recognised by the Popes. The decisive intervention of this unbelieving enemy of the Papacy proves to us that not only was the Church threatened but Europe itself, and that the Inquisition court was indispensable for preserving Europe from falling under the rule of Jewish Imperialism.

Our present situation is just as serious as in the 12th century, even more dangerous if one reflects that today neither the hierarchy of the Church nor the civil rulers pay heed to the danger and arm for defence, as if they wore a bandage before their eyes, or as if a similar crisis like that occasioned by the Jewish Cardinal Pierleoni was played out in the high hierarchy, which apparently is much undermined by the Fifth Column, which resolutely with all means scatters sand in the eyes of those who could save the Church and Christianity.

Before we investigate the defensive measures adopted against Jewry and its heresies in the Bulls of various Popes and in the 3rd and 4th Ecumenical Lateran Councils, we will in this chapter briefly summarise these measures.

Since the Jews sought with all means to destroy Europe and did not allow the smallest opportunity to escape them in order to conquer and subjugate the Christian peoples, measures were naturally seized upon to prevent these aliens and traitors from causing further harm.

The most important thing was to prevent their close connection with the Christians, for only thus could they deceive them and infect them with decomposing doctrines. For this purpose the laws of the Holy Church Councils were to be strictly followed, which had already arranged this division over centuries. These laws were in fact in force, but in several regions had fallen into oblivion, and it sufficed to summon the civil and religious authorities to observe them. Later new laws were passed by the Ecumenical Councils, which declared universally authorised and obligatory the prescription that the Jews should wear a sign on their clothing, so that the Christians could recognise them and protect themselves from deception and deceit.

If a Jew who wore the sign attempted to preach a heresy or the overthrow of the social order, no one listened to him, for they knew that they were dealing with a deceitful Jew, about whose falsity the faithful were constantly warned from the pulpit. The clergy were reminded through the ritual and the liturgy, where there were repeated references to Jewish falsehood. Among this fell the entire revolutionary heretical activity, the infiltration into the clergy of the Church and completely generally the wickednesses which distinguished the actions of the Hebrews in Christian society.

Accordingly for defence the obligatory Ghetto was erected and the Jews compelled to dwell in a fixed part of the city. They were forbidden to live with the Christians and to pervert them with their destructive doctrines and intrigues. For the same reason they were excluded from the craftsmen's guilds, the rising universities and fundamental institutions of Christian society, which were thus freed from their domination. As a result, the Jews were prevented from abusing to bring to a successful conclusion their frequent conspiracies against Holy Church and against the unfortunate peoples who had opened their frontiers to them and had bade them hearty welcome.

Put briefly, the Church and its shepherds set themselves to fulfil their duty and to preserve their sheep from the cunning wolf, just as Christ commanded. At the present time, the Fifth Column in the supreme hierarchy of the clergy wishes to attain that at the current Vatican Council II certain reforms— which it represents as apparent improvements—are approved, which are intended to deliver the sheep to the wolf. For in secret they wish to make easier the victory of Communism and prevent the peoples from defending themselves against the imperialism of the Jews and their perverse conspiracies. They attempt to achieve that vague theses about uniting of the peoples or churches are set up by the Council, which later Communism, Jewry and its accomplices and agents in the Catholic clergy can misuse. While Holy Church and the Christian states undertook the former mentioned measures in order to make impossible the revolutionary activity of the public Jews or nevertheless at least to make it difficult, their attention was also especially directed at the problem of the secret Jews (Jewish heretics) and their revolutionary movements (various heresies).

Since the secret Jews appeared in public as honest Christians, lived outwardly as devout Catholics and even joined themselves to the clergy, in the course of centuries their Jewish origin had fallen into oblivion, and it was therefore very difficult to discover it. Since they were represented in all realms of religious, political and social life, they were far more dangerous than the Jews who publicly admitted to their religion. On the other side, the heretical sects also founded by them were just as secret as their Judaism, for the heretics lived outwardly like Catholics. Their organisations and gatherings were strictly secret.

Like their concealed leaders, the secret Jews everywhere undermined Christian society, without the Church or the state being able to prevent it. Only when the conspiracy was ripe and strong enough in order to carry out the decisive stroke, did the sect cause one of those bloody revolutions to break out which caused mediaeval society to shudder. If it had not been completely defeated, then the catastrophe which faces the world today would already have occurred several centuries earlier. This sore must be expunged, if the peoples wish to live in peace, the Church and Christian society to save themselves, and the nations not to fall into the hands of the Jews.

Everyone understood that one could only proceed against this network of secret organisations with a likewise secret organisation, which would destroy all arms of the octopus and especially the head, clandestine Jewry. Thus the institution of the Holy Office of the Inquisition was set up.

At first the Popes left the hearings to the Bishops. Since, however, the Prelates were concerned with affairs in their dioceses and little time was left to them, they could not devote sufficient time to this task. Experience taught that the Bishops' Inquisition was ineffective, since in addition it lacked the required coordination. Secret Jewry had spread over the entire Christian world, and likewise its revolutionary heresies. The enemy represented a supranational or international—as we call it today—organisation, and it was therefore impossible to combat it with local institutions. The civil courts could on account of the reasons mentioned not attain the intended goals, for they were not in connection with the corresponding authorities in the other states. As a result it was impossible for them to carry out a general repressive action, indispensable against such a foe.

With this splitting up of Christianity into several states—some of them dumbly rivalling with one another—the Papacy was the sole connecting link, the sole super-national institution which could face such a sizable enemy. The Papal Inquisition was therefore unconditionally necessary.

At first various Bishops, instigated by the clergy of the Fifth Column opposed this measure. But fortunately then the Fifth Column was less powerful than at the time of the Pierleonis and could not prevent the setting up of the Papal Inquisition. The examining judges were delegates of the Pope and the directorship was finally taken over by a Grand Inquisitor. Thus an organisation was created which could defeat the foe. It could also have destroyed it, if upon various occasions the Jews had not utilised the natural kindness of the Popes and abused their good faith, in order to achieve general pardoning for the secret Jews and heretics.

The latter later destroyed with one blow the strenuous work of the Inquisition completed over many years. The secret Jews skilfully utilised the goodness of the Popes, in order to preserve themselves from greater catastrophes and to gather strength for a new onslaught. Because it would forgive them again and again, the secret synagogue, after the Holy Papal Inquisition had preserved Europe and Christianity for three centuries from Jewish rule, was able to deliver the blow at the beginning of the 16th century which shattered Christianity and made it possible for Jewish Imperialism from then on to make greater and greater progress and finally to threaten Holy Church and all peoples of the world with atheistic, murderous, tyrannical Communism.

As a result of that, the problem was attacked from all sides, the defence by the Inquisition was so effective for three centuries long. Experience had taught the Church that many rebels were of right faith, so that it was impossible to accuse them of heresy. However, in a strange way, in spite of their orthodoxy they provided the heretics and revolutionary movements with such valuable support that they frequently caused the Church and the Christian peoples more harm than the real heretics. In one word, these individuals worked in the ranks of the true believers together with the heretics and in favour of heresy. In our 20th century language we could say that they were a Fifth Column of heretical sects in the ranks of Catholicism. And still more, they bragged about their orthodoxy, in order to obtain better positions in Catholic society or in the hierarchy of the Church, which they accordingly used to carry on successful espionage for the heretics or to cause the Church injury, by their providing valuable services to the sect to which they belonged.

These individuals, who were in fact not actual heretics, but supported heresy and its adherents in some kind of form, were described in the Church Laws and by the Inquisition as "Accomplices of the heretics" or "Accomplices of the heresies." Their crime could be punished in the case of clergy with immediate deposing or imprisonment, confiscation of property or even with death, always according to the harm which they caused Christian society and the Church.

Here we are not only concerned with a religious affair, for it was not a question of proving if the individual was orthodox or heterodox, but it was far more a pure political problem, for it had to be investigated whether the priest or layman had supported the heresy or the heretics in some kind of form. With this step the Church and the princes hit the sore point and began to dam up the revolutionary movements of Jewry and even to fully overthrow them, for then already the secret of Jewish successes was the activity of the Fifth Column, i.e. the accomplices of the heresies. The later remained unconditionally orthodox and rose in the hierarchy of the Church, in order to there stand by Jewry and its heresies and simultaneously with intrigues and condemnations to eliminate the true defenders of the Church. At the end of the 12th century, Holy Church and the Christian states suppressed the Fifth Column in all severity and could yet again, even if also only for another three centuries, defeat its deadly enemy.

In our time, on the other hand, these accomplices of heresies—cardinals, bishops and clergy of all ranks—while they boast with their orthodoxy, contribute in different ways to the advance of the Freemasonic and Communist revolutions and betray the Church and their fatherland, without their being deposed on account of their criminal activity. Simultaneously they attack with inexplicable rage the Catholic rulers who defend their lands against Communism, Freemasonry and Jewry, or condemn and discredit the anti-Communists who try to really fight against a Red dictatorship.

This was the principal reason for the successes of the Freemasons and Communists in the Catholic world. For since these successors of Judas Iscariot were not punished, their power becomes greater and greater, and they are already threatening to gain power over the entire Church. At the time of the Papal Inquisition, they were without doubt locked up, deposed from the priestly office, and in some cases reduced to the position of laity, in order to be executed. Only if freed from the Fifth Column could Christianity successfully ward off all attacks of the enemy. However, the defensive work of Holy Church and the Christian states was still not at an end here. There were individuals who were neither heretics nor accomplices of the heretics, but concealed them. These simple protectors, be they clergy or laymen, were severely punished. As a result, the defence of the Church and the Christian states was enormously strengthened.

For when the priestly accomplices and protectors of the heresy were deposed and energetically punished, there were fewer cases of archbishops, bishops or clergy of all ranks who supported the revolutionary heretical movements, since they knew that they would lose their positions and be severely punished. At the present day an archbishop can support unpunished Freemasonry and Communism and betray the Church, for he knows that, although he aids a bloody freemasonic or Communist revolution to victory and is therefore responsible for the subsequent murders of priests and the persecution of the Church, he will continue to occupy his comfortable Bishop's seat as if nothing has happened. We, who wish to save the Church, should reflect upon this.