|Posted by The Editor on April 14, 2015 at 9:10 AM|
And yes, in case anyone is wondering, "sellout" is the right expression, and no, it is not in any way an exaggeration. Consider that we are talking about the SSPX founded by Archbisho Lefebvre. To remind yourself of how the Archbishop thought of the conciliar church and how he viewed them, take a look at the letters and interviews by him on our Reference Materials page. Does this sound like anything less than a man at war with the conciliar church?
Next consider that the only reason why the Argentine state agreed to recognise the SSPX as part of the "Catholic Church" is that the conciliar authorities told them to do so. Without the urging of the conciliar cardinal, there would be no recognition. Consider that "Catholic Church" in the minds of such men as these means "conciliar church". In reality, therefore, the Argentine state has now officially recognised that the SSPX is part of the concilair church.
...And as for the SSPX, which is supposed to be at war with that same conciliar church - where is their reaction to being "recognised" as part of the thing they are meant to be at war with...?
Here is the only reaction we have seen so far, put out yesterday afternoon by DICI.
"Argentina: The State of Argentina Recognises the Society of St. Pius X Administratively"
Without delving into the body of the text (which is designed to downlplay the significance of this development and to distance themselves from its consequences and hide it implications), even the title is a piece of equivocation. The word "administratively" is almost superfluous. How else are they supposed to recognise them? But if the Argentine State Recognises the SSPX Administratively" the question begged is: "Recognises what about them?" (Answer - that they are part fo the conciliar church.) What this does therefore admit, intentionally or otherwise, is that the Novus Ordo Archdiocese of Buenos Aires (Pope Francis's old See) and the SSPX are no longer "two different religions which are fighting it out to the death," but two different corners of the same big tent, two side altars in the Masonic Cathedral of Diversity.
SSPX laity, for God's sake wake up now, do something before it is too late!
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