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It takes a nation to protect the nation

In a book on Sharia Law published by Oxford University (in the 1930s and then again in the 1970s) there was an article by French Marxist and Islam expert Maxime Rodinson.  In a footnote, Rodinson discusses the Marxist infiltration and subversion of the Catholic Church, and how there is no longer any [1970s] truthful analysis of Islam, it is all apologetics i.e. pro-Islam deception).

I found that comment by Rodinson puzzling.  Why consign it to a footnote?  It seemed so important.  But then his main purpose in that book was to comment on Islam, not on Catholicism.  Still, as time went on I read about Vatican II and how Catholics were commanded in the 1960s to forget all they knew about Islam.  This seemed to parallel what Rodinson said.

Then today I stumbled across a comment about Bella Dodd, senior member of the Communist Party of America, who said in the 1950s that "In the 1930s we put eleven-hundred men into the priesthood in order to destroy the Church from within".  So I did some research to find out if this is who she was and what she said.  She published a book "School of Darkness".

The more one digs, the more one finds that one's hunches are right. 

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They infiltrated every institution of European culture. They've destroyed everything that was once great about our sacred lands. They know that a people that's full of degenerates is easier to control. That's why all the Europeans institutions promote individualism (do what makes you and only you happy) because they know a peoples that work towards a common good and do what's best for the tribe are unbeatable.  Look at the pope that's sitting on the Vatican throne right now. He promotes every degenerate behaviour but people still believe he's a man of God!!! 


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