As a dedicated atheist, I don’t usually have much good to say about Christians, but I have to say I’m very impressed by what I’ve read about Richard Williamson at least so far. Perhaps unsurprisingly, he doesn’t have a good reputation within the Catholic church, as this piece titled ‘Lefebvrists face crisis as bishop is exposed as ‘dangerous’ anti-Semite’ in The Catholic Herald makes clear:
A senior bishop of the Lefebvrist Society of St Pius X (SSPX) has endorsed the Protocols of the Elders of Zion, a notorious anti-Semitic forgery that enjoys widespread currency in neo-Nazi circles.
Richard Williamson, one of four bishops ordained by Archbishop Marcel Lefebvre, told The Catholic Herald that the document – which supposedly reveals a Jewish plot to dominate the world – was authentic.
He is also on record as saying that the Jews are fighting for world domination “to prepare the Anti-Christ’s throne in Jerusalem”. The SSPX has refused to condemn English-born Bishop Williamson and says it has “no policy” on the authenticity of the Protocols, a Russian Czarist forgery that has been described as “a manual in Hitler’s war to exterminate the Jews”.
The Society’s support for Williamson – who also believes that the Americans planned 9/11 – is likely to end any chance of full reconciliation between the SSPX and Rome.
After reading The Protocols myself, I too am convinced that the international Jewry has been following them for over a hundred years now. And let’s just say that if The Protocols would really be a forgery they probably wouldn’t be doing that. And I’d say there’s more wisdom in them than in Machiavelli’s book ‘The Prince’ for example and thus they are well worth reading. Though obviously they make it pretty clear that the Jewish establishment has been psychopathic for ages. And that’s why they fight so hard against allowing the truth to be known using every single trick they have in their books. Often that involves outrageously slanderous language like that piece in the Catholic Herald (run by either ‘useful idiots’ or using Jewish money I’d guess).
I too have of course heard a hundred times from different sources (mostly from Jewsmedia though) that The Protocols are a forgery, but when I did a little digging a while ago on the net I found that the so called evidence for that isn’t actually very convincing and has been refuted a long time ago. Though it’s not necessarily productive to study the debates as the actual history (not the propaganda version of it so much) makes it clear they are very likely to be the real deal even if they may have revised them a little in these past hundred years.
Anyway, if I were to join some religious sect, I’d go with Williamson’s one.