by Bishop Richard Williamson
Selfishness cannot make a society.
Thus capitalism can only survive for as long as members of a capitalist society still have pre-capitalist values, such as common sense, moderation in the pursuit of money, and respect for the common good.
This internal contradiction of a society built upon the pursuit of money is reaching its devastating conclusion in the present state of world finance and the world economy.
Admired and sought after, the money-men have taken to themselves more and more money and power.
Hence, for instance, the invention 10 or 15 years ago of "derivatives," financial instruments which make a fortune in fees for the banksters who purvey them, but which act upon the delicate mechanisms of world finance like weapons of mass destruction, because they easily fabricate an unreal world of colossal and unpayable debt.
In this destabilized and fraudulent world of unpayable debt, a semblance of order is maintained by one government after another by fabricating out of thin air vast quantities of "money" to "pay" the debt, but this process can only end up in an inflation which empties of any usefulness the currency involved.
But money is to a society what lubricating oil is to an engine. Without oil, an engine seizes up and is killed dead. Without money in a society, exchange becomes much more difficult, and commerce can be slowed to a standstill. If for any such reason the food-trucks (or Lorries) could not run and food ran short, especially in the big cities, what could a politician do to head off the food riots, and to stop the peasants from coming after him with pitchforks?
World War III may not be far off. Lord, have mercy!
About Bishop Williamson:
During an interview in Germany with Swedish SVT television, which was recorded in November 2008, and broadcast January 21, 2009, Roman Catholic Bishop Richard N. Williamson of the Society of St. Pius X (SSPX) stated:
"I believe that the historical evidence is strongly against, is hugely against six million Jews having been deliberately gassed in gas chambers as a deliberate policy of Adolf Hitler. I think that 200,000 to 300,000 Jews perished in Nazi concentration camps, but none of them in gas chambers."
On February 4, 2009, the Vatican Secretariat of State decreed that Bishop Williamson would have to recant his revisionist views before he would be permitted to exercise his Episcopal office. Williamson has refused to retract his doubts.