Pope John Paul II

Pope John Paul II was the head of the Catholic Church, which makes him an important man. Is he really a Catholic? The question has been asked in all seriousness. The answers are not reassuring. Given that he is elected from the body of Cardinals from their own number he represents a main stream view. Consider what Catholic Church Infiltrators have done then worry. Maurice Pinay is an insider, a very well informed critic, who tells us that the whole thing has been corrupted. 

Maurice Pinay Pope John Paul II Auschwitz 'The Golgotha of the Modern World'
Pope John Paul II [ says ] Auschwitz "The Golgotha of the Modern World"

"Auschwitz, along with so many other concentration camps, remains the horribly eloquent symbol of the effects of totalitarianism. It is our duty to make a pilgrimage to these places, in mind and heart, on this 50th anniversary. As I said at the Mass celebrated in 1979 at Brzezinka near Auschwitz: 'I kneel at this Golgotha of the modern world.'"(Message of John Paul II on 50th Anniversary of the end of WWII in Europe, May 8, 1995)


In this outrageous statement the Pope was reaffirming the earlier proclamation of Rabbi Ignaz Maybaum who said, "The Golgotha of modern man is Auschwitz."
Is he a Catholic, a Jew or an infiltrator?


Pope John Paul II 1978 - 2005 AD
Spoke about the dangers of Propaganda He told us that Propaganda Machines Are Weapons Of War. It's not often noted that that a famous Catholic canonized saint gave speeches decrying war propaganda, which, as he put it, is "directed especially to the young."

The pope began with a strong rebuke of "stifling of all freedom through police control and the psychological conditioning resulting from the unilateral use of the media." He explained "totalitarianism destroys fundamental human freedoms and tramples upon human rights. Manipulating public opinion with the incessant pounding of its propaganda, it makes it easy to yield to the attraction of violence and weapons and in the end it overturns our human sense of responsibility." He continued "It is in fact characteristic of all totalitarian regimes to create an enormous propaganda machine in order to justify their own crimes...War gives rise to a propaganda which leaves no room for different interpretations, critical analysis of the causes of conflict, and the attribution of real responsibility."

Pope John Paul I 2005 - 2005 AD - just 33 days

Pope Benedict XVI 2005 - 2013 AD
He delivered the Regensburg Address quoting an unfavorable remark about Islam made at the end of the 14th century by Manuel II Palaiologos, the Byzantine emperor..........