Blasphemy on Steroids

“Pope Saint” John Paul II called World War II Nazi Genocide “Golgotha of the Modern World”

Embed from Getty Images

At a time when everyone’s attention is on the turbo-charged open Modernism of Jorge Bergoglio, aka “Pope Francis”, it is important not to neglect to look back at his five predecessors of infelicitous memory, in order to remember that their heresies, errors, scandals, and blasphemies were no less outrageous than his, but simply carefully packaged in deceptive wrapping paper that gave somewhat of an appearance of orthodoxy and piety.

Today we would like to point to a horrific blasphemy uttered by that supposedly conservative and traditional Catholic “Pope”, John Paul II (Karol Wojtyla). On June 7, 1979, the Polish apostate went to visit the World War II Nazi concentration camp in Auschwitz-Birkenau, Poland, the place in which Fr. Maximilian Kolbe voluntarily lost his own life to save that of another. There John Paul II gave a homily in which he extols, like a genuine Freemason, the supposed greatness of man and his dignity which stand in stark contrast to the war crimes committed there. One could write many pages critiquing all the errors in Wojtyla’s reflection, but at this time we would like to focus on only one frightening blasphemy in which the Polish “Pope” calls the Nazi genocide a “Golgotha”, that is, Calvary, of the modern world:

I have come and I kneel on this Golgotha of the modern world, on these tombs, largely nameless like the great tomb of the Unknown Soldier. I kneel before all the inscriptions that come one after another bearing the memory of the victims of Oswiecim [Auschwitz] in languages: Polish, English, Bulgariam, Romany, Czech, Danish, French, Greek, Hebrew, Yiddish, Spanish, Flemish, Serbo-Croat, German, Norwegian, Russian, Romanian, Hungarian, and Italian.

In particular I pause with you, dear participants in this encounter, before the inscription in Hebrew. This inscription awakens the memory of the People whose sons and daughters were intended for total extermination. This People draws its origin from Abraham, our father in faith (cf. Rom 4:12), as was expressed by Paul of Tarsus. The very people that received from God the commandment “Thou shalt not kill”, itself experienced in a special measure what is meant by killing. It is not permissible for anyone to pass by this inscription with indifference.

(Antipope John Paul II, Homily at the “Holy Mass” at the Brzezinka Concentration Camp, June 7, 1979; italics given, underlining added.)

It is clear that since World War II, the so-called holocaust has been used by countless Jews, “Catholics”, Protestants, and secularists to effectively supplant the only True Holocaust, namely, the Sacrifice of Jesus Christ on Mount Calvary (Golgotha) in 33 AD. People have been attempting to eclipse the crime of Deicide — the killing of God (Jesus Christ on the Cross) — as the greatest crime of human history, seeking to replace it with Nazi war crimes. It is no accident that these atrocities have been termed the Holocaust, which is a very biblical term describing a particular kind of religioussacrifice:

As suggested by its Greek origin (holos “whole”, and kaustos “burnt”) the word designates an offering entirely consumed by fire, in use among the Jews and some pagan nations of antiquity. As employed in the Vulgate, it corresponds to two Hebrew terms: (1) to holah, literally: “that which goes up”, either to the altar to be sacrificed, or to heaven in the sacrificial flame; (2) Kalil, literally: “entire”, “perfect”, which, as a sacrificial term, is usually a descriptive synonym of holah, and denotes an offering consumed wholly on the altar. At whatever time and by whomsoever offered, holocausts were naturally regarded as the highest, because the most complete, outward expression of man’s reverence to God.

(The Catholic Encyclopedia [1910], s.v. “Holocaust”; italics given.)

It is clear that the Holocaust of all holocausts is the Redemptive Sacrifice of Jesus Christ, to which all the Old Testament offerings merely pointed in prefiguration, and which alone can truly take away sins (see Heb 9-10; Heb 12:24). This Sacrifice is at the same time the result of the greatest crime in all of human history (cf. Mt 23:31-35; Jn 10:18; Acts 3:12-19), which per se is incapable of ever being surpassed in its wickedness, and yet also, through a divinely-willed paradox, it is the inexhaustible fountain of grace and forgiveness, the wellspring of all blessing and virtue, from which we are to draw abundantly the waters of salvation (cf. Is 12:3).

Yet this unique and divine Holocaust, in which the God-Man Jesus Christ (cf. Is 45:8) has chosen to be exhausted and consumed for love of us, rendering to the Eternal Father a spotless sin-atoning sacrifice, being infinite on account of His divinity, redeeming the human race on account of His humanity, has been supplanted by the Judaizers in the Novus Ordo Church, and specifically by John Paul II as quoted above.

The Holocaust of God had to make room for the holocaust of man, and the Mystical Body of Christ, the Chosen People of the New Covenant, was likewise supplanted by the idea that today’s Talmudic Jews are God’s Chosen People, an idea extremely prevalent in our times, especially among Novus Ordos and Zionist Evangelicals. Yet, “We ought to remember that Catholics are, far more than the Jews were, the chosen people of God… (Fr. Richard F. Clarke, “The Ministry of Jesus: Short Meditations on the Public Life of Our Lord”, in Beautiful Pearls of Catholic Truth, p. 542).

To call war crimes, no matter how evil, a “Golgotha of the modern world”, is a staggering blasphemy! It also implies a repudiation of the dogma of the Redemption. It is amazing that John Paul II, always a friend to the Talmudic Jews, could pronounce such a wicked blasphemy less than 14 years after the close of Vatican II, and only 21 years after the death of Pope Pius XII, without virtually anyone batting an eye about it. A new “Golgotha”, one for modern man, that John Paul II admits to “kneeling” before! The outrage defies description.

We have news for Wojtyla and those who agree with him: There is only one Golgotha, only one Calvary, only one Holocaust: the Sacrifice of Jesus Christ, and before This everyone must kneel (cf. Phil 2:10; Rom 14:11). He who kneels at any other “golgotha” cannot be kneeling at the True One! Nothing, nothing whatsoever, can in any way ever compare or come close to the infinite sin-atoning Sacrifice rendered by Jesus Christ to the Most Holy Trinity! Considered as man’s crime against God, it is the worst possible crime that ever has been or ever could be committed, and it can never be exceeded by any other crime, no matter how heinous, either in kind or in degree.

But John Paul II was not alone in his quasi-deification of the Nazi so-called holocaust. Back in 1964, a young Fr. Joseph Ratzinger, then theological advisor to Cardinal Josef Frings at the Second Vatican Council, gave a sermon in which he said that after two world wars, Auschwitz and Hiroshima, one cannot any longer speak of an “era of salvation” that began with the birth of Jesus Christ two thousand years ago. We reported on this appalling blasphemy earlier this year, in the following post:

At the end of his blasphemous, Christ-denying homily of June 7, 1979, John Paul II refers to himself as “the successor of John XXIII and Paul VI”. Indeed, he was the successor of these two men — not the successor of Saint Peter.

Anathema to the blasphemer Karol Wojtyla and to all the other heretics and apostates in the false Vatican II Church!

Share this content now:

One Response to ““Pope Saint” John Paul II called Nazi Holocaust “Golgotha of the Modern World””

  1. unam_sanctum

    What a stupid article. Golgatha is NOT calvary ! Golgatha was larger, the place of the skulls… John Paul II was analogizing to the place of death, not the crucifixion.

Leave a Reply

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.