The revelations contained in John Cornwell's new book Hitler's Pope, The Secret History of Pope Pius XII, just published by Viking, are a total vindication of our claims that there was active Papal collusion with the Nazis in World War II. The author's exposure of the Vatican's historical obsession with its hatred of the Serbs also fully corroborates our analysis that Romanism was the motivating force behind the recent war against Yugoslavia and the vicious campaign of denigration of Serbia in the 1990s.
Further proof of Vatican-Nazi collaboration has just been provided by the sentencing of the former Commander of the notorious Jasenovac Concentration Camp, Dinko Sakic, who oversaw the slaughter of 600,000 prisoners under the auspices of the Fascist Roman Catholic Croatian Ustashi between 1941 and 1945. Serbs, gypsies and Jews were exterminated in this 'Auschwitz of the Balkans' in some of the worst war crimes of the 20th century, and Sakic once boasted that he had a bucket full of human eyes ripped out of the heads of his prisoners.
Having joined forces to exterminate their enemies, Fascism and Popery have now come to each other's defence and are pretending that none of it happened. In a local television interview in Argentina, Sakic claimed that they "never put a hand on any of the prisoners in the camp", that the victims "died of natural death", "a typhus epidemic, for example", but that there were "no cremation ovens that killed anybody". A similar whitewash is conducted by Cardinal Thomas Winning in the Daily Telegraph of October 5, where he calls Pius XII the "friend of the Jews and Hitler's foe" and "an inspirational force for good".
Consider the following stark facts which prove Pacelli's direct involvement with German militarism and fascism:
Pacelli was the great friend and promoter of the Jesuits. In the years preceding World War II in Germany, the Jesuit Party was instrumental in tying up the Vatican's policy to that of Hitler. It 'Nazified' the Roman Catholic Church in Germany and made it the willing collaborator with Hitler. As W.M. Montano states in his book Vatican Policy and World Affairs:
There is now no doubt that the idea of 'totalitarianising' the entire body of a nation by the ruthless intolerance of a controlling organism within the greater organisation was taken from the Jesuit set-up in the Catholic Church.
Hitler himself made it clear in his book Mein Kampf that he both admired and modelled his tactics on the Jesuits:
Above all, I have learned from the Jesuits. And so did Lenin too, as far as I recall. The world has never known anything quite so splendid as the hierarchical structure of the Catholic Church. There were quite a few things that I simply appropriated from the Jesuits for the use of the Party. [Adolf Hitler: Mein Kampf, p. 478; see also pp. 485, 487, 882; my translation.]
The Concordat that Hitler signed with the Vatican in 1933 bore the signatures of chief negotiator Cardinal Pacelli (who became Pius XII, 1939-1958) and Hitler's Deputy (Vice-Chancellor of the Reich) Franz von Papen, who was a leading Roman Catholic. In a German newspaper called the Völkischer Beobachter of January 14, 1934, von Papen wrote the following: "The Third Reich is the first power which not only recognises, but puts into practice, the high principles of the Papacy." What is this if it is not an unambiguous statement that the Nazi régime used the Roman Catholic system as a model?
In the coming weeks we will be posting a series of articles on Pius XII, "Hitler's Pope".