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    Where Mel Gibson Got His Anti-Semitism? The SSPX!

    Where Mel Gibson Got His Anti-Semitism
    By Heidi Beirich [1] / SPLC Intelligence Report [2]
    January 26, 2007

    "Fucking Jews!"

    So began Mel Gibson's now infamous anti-Semitic rant to Los Angeles sheriff's deputies who pulled him over on suspicion of drunken driving last July. "The Jews are responsible for all the wars in the world," the world-famous movie actor continued, before asking his arresting officer: "Are you a Jew?"

    After his tirade made international news, Gibson promptly disappeared into an addiction clinic. He left behind a statement, released through a spokesman, begging the Jewish community for forgiveness and suggesting that booze was to blame. He was, he wrote, "in the process of understanding where those vicious words came from during that drunken display." But their origin is easy enough to pinpoint -- the extremist Catholic beliefs Gibson learned at the knees of his anti-Semitic father.

    Gibson's dad, Hutton Gibson, is an important player in the shadowy world of radical traditionalist Catholicism, also known as "integrism" or Catholic separatism. This religious subculture's teachings have little in common with the modern Roman Catholic Church and its universalistic theology. Hutton Gibson, for one, is a well-known Holocaust denier who believes the Second Vatican Council reforms of the 1960s, which made the church vastly more tolerant of other faiths, were the result of "a Masonic plot backed by the Jews." He is particularly incensed by the council's historic declaration, "Nostra Aetate," which condemned "all hatreds, persecutions, displays of anti-Semitism leveled at any time or from any source against the Jews." In Gibson's world, the Second Vatican Council's liberalizing reforms are rejected and anti-Semitic teachings and conspiracy theories are heartily embraced.

    Like father, like son.

    Mel Gibson has his own traditionalist house of worship near Los Angeles -- a church, funded entirely by him, that is not recognized by the Los Angeles Roman Catholic Archdiocese. It is unclear what is said in the hallowed halls of the Holy Family Chapel, since, unlike virtually all other Catholic churches, it is closed to the public. What is known is that Gibson is reported to have blamed Jews for forcing him to cut a scene, in which Jews and their descendants are held responsible for the murder of Christ, from his 2004 film, "The Passion of the Christ." Sounding a bit like he did that July night in Malibu, Gibson told The New Yorker: "If I included that in there, they'd be coming after me at my house. They'd come to kill me."

    Few Americans defended Mel Gibson's drunken rant about the evils of the Jews. But radical traditionalist Catholics did. A three-year investigation of this subculture by the Intelligence Report has found that these Catholic extremists, including the Gibsons, may well represent the largest population of anti-Semites in the United States. Organized into a network of more than a dozen organizations [3], scores of websites and several extremist churches and monasteries, radical traditionalists in the U.S. are preaching anti-Semitism to as many as 100,000 followers. A few, such as the lawyer for Terri Schiavo's family, Christopher Ferrara, are even movers and shakers in important right-wing Republican circles.

    Jew-bashing at the Holiday Inn

    The Philadelphia airport Holiday Inn is an odd place to celebrate a Catholic mass, especially in a city filled with lovely churches and an extraordinary, century-old Romanesque cathedral. But the inn is where the radical traditionalist Catholic outfit, (CFN), held its annual conference in 2003, dressing up one end of a drab conference room with an altar, incense, and a statue of the Virgin Mary, and transforming it into a church.

    The rest of the hall looked rather different. Vendors set up folding tables along almost every inch of the remaining walls, piling them high with books, videotapes and Catholic accessories. The stacks were notable for the prominence of anti-Semitic and extremist materials, from The Protocols of the Elders of Zion to Hutton Gibson's Is the Pope Catholic? to CFN head John Vennari's popular anti-Semitic conspiracy tract [4], The Permanent Instruction of the Alta Vendita. Priests in Roman collars staffed many tables; brown-cloaked monks manned others.

    CFN conferences hearken back to the era before the Roman Catholic Church enacted the liberalizing Vatican II reforms, which removed from the weekly Mass prayers for the conversion of the Jews and also ended the centuries-old practice of celebrating the Mass in Latin, the Vatican's official language. At the Holiday Inn in 2003, Sunday's religious activities started with a now rarely celebrated hour-long recitation of the rosary. After that, apostate priests conducted a rendition of the Latin Mass, a format dating to the Middle Ages, before an audience remarkable for the veils that covered every woman's hair and the time it spent on its knees.

    Vatican II did not ban these time-honored celebrations, and many Catholics who call themselves "traditionalists" continue to worship in this manner in churches that remain an official part of the Holy See (these churches are awarded an "indult" that allows them to continue celebrating the Latin Mass). The vast majority of those who practice Catholicism in this older form are unrelated to the radical traditionalist Catholics who gathered in Philadelphia. Indeed, the groups that gave presentations at the CFN conference preach a theology specifically rejected by the Vatican, and many have been declared schismatic, or officially separated from the church.

    The participants at the CFN conference spent most of their time bashing Jews and, in particular, dwelling on the perils of much-feared "Judeo-Masonic" plot. As preached from the pulpit that day, the alleged conspiracy involves ancient, shadowy fraternities such as the Masons and the Illuminati, who are seen as puppets in a Jewish master plan aimed at destroying the Catholic Church. The theory is laid out in great detail in Venarri's Alta Vendita, which has been compared to The Protocols of the Elders of Zion, an infamous tract also alleging a global plot by the Jews.

    But the "Judeo-Masonic" plot wasn't the only fearful conspiracy that was described that day. There was also the "Marxist-Jewish" scheme that is ruining our schools, the "Jewish-homosexual" alliance that is destroying the priesthood, and, naturally, the 9/11 conspiracy, which has to do with the fact that the 2001 terrorist attacks were actually "predicted by the Blessed Virgin Mary 84 years ago."

    The passion of the anti-Semites

    The Philadelphia Jew-bashing was not a one-off. Several such conferences are held quietly around the country each year, and they attract thousands upon thousands of people. The Intelligence Report also attended a radical traditionalist conference held in 2005, a year and a half after CFN's. Put on by the St. Joseph Forum [5] (SJF) of South Bend, Ind., the conference was held at a Quality Inn up the road from Notre Dame, the esteemed Catholic university seen by conference attendees as fatally corrupted by multiculturalism and religious tolerance.

    The SJF conference, attended by more than 250 people, was awash with extremists. A favorite of the crowd was Father Stephen Somerville, who Mel Gibson employed as his spiritual adviser during the filming of "The Passion of the Christ." Somerville was suspended in 2004 by the Vatican for schismatic behavior and is a popular speaker at radical traditionalist Catholic conferences. At the forum, he raged at "a corrupt subculture or network of homosexuals" ruining the priesthood.

    But the most extreme comments of the weekend came from Brother Anthony Mary of the Slaves of the Immaculate Heart of Mary [6], a monastery and order based in Richmond, N.H. (The Slaves were founded in the 1950s by Boston-based priest Leonard Feeney, an anti-Semite ultimately excommunicated by the Vatican.) Mary's presentation was entitled, "The Fruits of Zionism."

    "The perpetual enemy of Christ is the Jewish nation," Brother Mary roared, explaining that the aim of the Jews is to "destroy all Christian nations." Mary blamed Jews for both world wars -- an opinion also mouthed by the drunken Mel Gibson -- and a coming world government. Professing from the pulpit a "great hatred" of Jews, Brother Mary declared that "Jews are the synagogue of Satan" -- a phrase that is also part of the official ideology of the neo-Nazi Aryan Nations. "We must always and everywhere," he added, "oppose Jewish schemes."

    An unsavory tradition

    Since the colonial period, American society has been marred by sometimes savage anti-Catholic prejudice, an antipathy that mushroomed as waves of Irish, Italian and German Catholics arrived here in the 19th and early 20th centuries. Anti-Catholic hatred fueled the 1850s rise of the Know Nothings, the largest third party in U.S. history, and it also drove the resurgence of the Ku Klux Klan in the 1920s, when nearly 4 million Americans became members.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Absinthe Anecdote View Post
    Where Mel Gibson Got His Anti-Semitism
    By Heidi Beirich [1] / SPLC Intelligence Report [2]
    January 26, 2007

    http://www.alternet.org/print/story/..._anti-semitism
    Your reaction confirms my suspicion of "Anonymous" as a propaganda front....

    Because, whenever you start spamming the forum with "SPLC Intelligence Reports" in full text, authored by this likes of this beauty.......

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    We know that I've hit the nail on the head, with my assessment....
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rainmaker View Post
    Your reaction confirms my suspicion of "Anonymous" as a propaganda front....

    Because, whenever you start spamming the forum with "SPLC Intelligence Reports" in full text, authored by this likes of this beauty.......

    https://www.google.com/search?q=heid...w=1920&bih=894

    We know that I've hit the nail on the head, with my assessment....
    Ever since we figured out your alignment with the SSPX, it has taken away your mystique.

    We know where you get your marching orders from.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Absinthe Anecdote View Post

    We know where you get your marching orders from.
    FAIL...you're never gonna get your masters in homeland security like this.

    Here's another little nugget you intentionally chose to ignore (or failed to notice)in your latest Anti- American/ Anti- Christian SPLC " Intel report"..

    I'll highlight it here in Red Text (Just like The Messiah does) so, you and the rest of the Jesting Pilates can see it Clearly....

    "The Society condemns any and all dialogue, prayer or other interaction by their adherents with Protestants or members of any other religion. "

    Now, Rainmaker attends a United Methodist Church and His Kids attend a Methodist school.

    ....These are easily verifiable Facts. That any politically reliable, GS Brown Shirt worth his salt can look up.....

    And if you haven't noticed people have had it with hearing and caring about what you Socialist stooges perceive as "racism".
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rainmaker View Post
    Here's another little nugget you intentionally chose to ignore (or are too stupid to notice) in your latest Anti- American/ Anti- Christian Post.....

    I'll highlight it here in Red Text (Just like The Messiah does) so, you and the rest of the "Jesting Pilates" can see it Clearly....

    "The Society condemns any and all dialogue, prayer or other interaction by their adherents with Protestants or members of any other religion. "

    Now, Rainmaker attends a United Methodist Church and His Kids attend a Methodist school. ....These are easily verifiable Facts. That you and any other politically reliable, Civil "Service"/ Brown Shirt can look up.....

    And if you haven't noticed people have had it with hearing and caring about what you Anti-White, Socialist stooges perceive as "racism".
    Why are you changing your story?

    You have told me that your wife and kids go to church, but you do your own thing on Sunday.

    You have said that you follow a Pre Vatican II doctrine that you modified to hold mass on the beach.

    I can go back and find your post if you like.

    I guess that a real Saint Pius X church wouldn't claim you since you don't go to mass, but you sure seem to follow former SSPX Bishop Williamson.

    Your views on Judaism and many other cultural issues are an exact match.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Absinthe Anecdote View Post
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    Why are you changing your story?

    You have told me that your wife and kids go to church, but you do your own thing on Sunday.

    You have said that you follow a Pre Vatican II doctrine that you modified to hold mass on the beach.

    I can go back and find your post if you like.

    I guess that a real Saint Pius X church wouldn't claim you since you don't go to mass, but you sure seem to follow former SSPX Bishop Williamson.

    Your views on Judaism and many other cultural issues are an exact match.
    Clearly you have dual loyalties. Which is why as soon as I mentioned Israel,

    you immediately defaulted to spamming the forum with communist SPLC "Intel reports" authored by a hideous bull dyke
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rainmaker View Post
    Clearly you have dual loyalties. Which is why as soon as I mentioned Israel,

    you immediately defaulted to spamming the forum with communist SPLC "Intel reports" authored by a hideous bull dyke
    Clearly you want to get off the SSPX topic as fast as possible.

    Face it, no matter how much you and your SSPX pals try to demonize the Jews and Europeanize the Christian God, it won't work.

    You are worshiping the God the Jews invented.

    Oh, and if your trace your DNA back far enough, you are African just like everyone else on the planet.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Absinthe Anecdote View Post

    Face it, no matter how much you and your SSPX pals try to demonize the Jews
    I've said it before and I'll say it again........

    Humanity owes a debt of gratitude to the Jewish light unto Nations, for giving the world a moral code that only a monotheistic religion could provide.

    But, I swore my oath to support and defend the Constitution and the People of the United States against all enemies Foreign and Domestic.

    So, I don't worship your Foreign masters in Israel or the increasing number of Domestic psycopaths within our own institutions.

    The Truth can stand on its own. And, If that means the Truth is "Anti-Semitic", then so be it.
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