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Friday, February 10, 2017

Why the truth about the past matters.

Sometimes I am tempted to just throw my arms up and say to myself: "What does it matter, it is done and over with now and nobody seems to care anyway?"

Bishop Louis Vezelis was the most intelligent and wise man I have ever met.  

He knew the truth about the Jews, the New World Order that they are establishing, and the role WWII played in all of this.

He once personally told me that if Hitler were running for office today, he would have voted for and supported him.  Bishop Louis tried to inform as many as would listen.  

I am personally completely convinced that if the documentary Adolf HitlerThe Greatest Story Never Told had been completed while Bishop Louis was still alive, he would have promoted the viewing of it and would have been honored to have Dennis Wise (the creator of the documentary) as a guest on the Catholic Hour Radio Show.

Consider what Bishop Louis taught regarding history:

The truth is, Adolf Hitler and the Axis powers fought to keep Europe Christian and stop godless communism from taking over the world.  The Russians knew this:

Secret archive reveals how Russia showed huge support for 'Christian crusader' Nazi invaders who had come to fight 'godless communists'

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2003413/Soviets-supported-Christian-crusader-Nazis-World-War-II.html

Bishop Louis made no secret of his absolute admiration for leader of Spain - Francisco Franco.

This is what Franco said upon hearing of the death of Adolf Hitler:



I am convinced that the documentary - Adolf Hitler the Greatest Story Never Told is one of the most important films ever made.

Please take the time to watch it and study the history of one of the greatest tragedies in human history.

The past matters, the truth matters, and our perception of both matters! 

www.thegreateststorynevertold.tv

www.communismbythebackdoor.tv



It is a shame that there are not more Catholics with the courage of Bishop Louis Vezelis.

Pray for him. 

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