Comments on: Pope, ending his British trip, recalls Nazi terror in WW2 Religion, faith and ethics Sat, 23 Apr 2016 23:25:07 +0000 hourly 1 By: neilcadman Sun, 19 Sep 2010 23:36:10 +0000 The Pope says, “For me as one who lived and suffered through the dark days of the Nazi regime in Germany, it is deeply moving to be here with you on this occasion, and to recall how many of your fellow citizens sacrificed their lives, courageously resisting the forces of that evil ideology,”
But did not the Papacy justify the evil ideology of the Nazi regime to such an extent that they facilitated the escape of the perpetuators of war crimes to South America via the Rat Line. For in July, 1997, a documentary film crew discovered a US government document stating that the pro-Nazi Croatian Ustachis sent gold coins worth 250 million Swiss francs to the Vatican which was later used to finance the “rat line” of fleeing Nazi leaders to sanctuary in Spain and Argentina.
After all the Scriptures say, Pro:17:15: “He that justifies the wicked, and he that condemns the just, even they both are abomination to the LORD.” How can the Papacy justify the righteous in words, the British and Allies, but the wicked, the Nazi SS, in deeds.