As many know, Ratzinger has admitted to being a Nazi soldier. Does his theology reflect his Nazi upbringing? You tell me…
When asked about... "Liberation theology." Ratzinger said.. "The 'absolute good' (and this means building a just socialist society) becomes the moral norm that justifies everything else, including--if necessary--violence, homicide, mendacity." Cardinal Joseph Ratzinger ~ US News & World Report, Dec 2, 1985
Ratzinger’s terminology defined...
Now read the following quote from quite a few years ago…
"'It is thus necessary that the individual
should finally come to realize that his own ego is of no importance in
comparison with the extistence of his nation; That the position of the individual
ego is conditioned solely by the interests of the nation as a whole... that
above all the unity of a nation's spirit and will are worth far more than the
freedom of the spirit and will of an individual...'"
"This state of mind, which subordinates the interests of the ego to the conservation of the community, is really the first premise for every truly human culture... The basic attitude from which such activity arises, We call - to distinguish it from egoism and selfishness - idealism. By this we understand only the individual's capacity to make sacrifices for the community, for his fellow man.' -The Ominous Parallels, by Leonard Piekoff P 13
Before sharing who the author is of these statements in Piekoff’s book that are a direct echo of Ratzinger’s communist “Liberation theology.” Who do you think it is that made these remarks? John F Kennedy? Abraham Lincoln? Ronald Reagon perhaps?
Finishing the excerpt it says this…
These statements were made by Adolph Hitler. He was explaining the moral philosophy of Nazism. These statements were made in our century by the leaders of a major Western nation. His countrymen his viewpoint as uncontroversial. His political program implemented it faithfully. And here is the ultimate practice (as described by William Shirer in The Rise and Fall of the Third Reich): -The Ominous Parallels, by Leonard Piekoff P 13
And this man is POPE?