Luther, Absolutely Not!

The five hundredth anniversary of Martin Luther, who was largely responsible for the Protestant revolution of the XVI century, gave rise to manifestations of sympathy in certain Catholic circles which would have been considered absolutely unforeseeable five years ago. Among … Continue reading

Unperceived Ideological Transshipment and Dialogue

Contents: Plinio Corrêa de Oliveira Introduction 1. Twisting Words in the Service of Communist Propaganda 2. Unmasking a Process 3. Implicit Ideological Action, the Central Feature of the Process 4. Unperceived Ideological Transshipment: A Summary Chapter I – The New … Continue reading

The Iranian Game

No one writes or speaks about the obvious. It jumps right out at you. It imposes itself like a hard fact. It needs no descriptions or commentaries. An acute observer discerns a reality (a person, a situation, a thing) at … Continue reading

Is it Fascist to be Anti-Communist?

Answering the above question is extremely important, since it is a Communist tactic to immobilize their adversaries by calling them Nazis or Fascists. We will prove that one who is truly against Communism, must also be against Fascism, for the … Continue reading

梵蒂岡採取跟共產政權改善關係的政策

You may also like 教會與共產國家:勢不兩立 CHINA: Life-saver or Greatest Global Threat? Shattering Myths: A Reality Check on China Luther, Absolutely Not! The Vatican Policy of Détente with Communist Governments – Should the TFPs Stand Down? Or Should They Resist? Leave … Continue reading

The Vatican Policy of Détente with Communist Governments – Should the TFPs Stand Down? Or Should They Resist?

The following document was written by the late Prof. Plinio Corrêa de Oliveira, founder of the Brazilian Society for the Defense of Tradition, Family and Property. In April 10, 1974, it was published with good results in the major newspapers of South America, because it provided a balanced, vigorously studied and wise answer to the most perplexing question of its day: what was the right position to take in face of the Vatican policy of détente with Communist regimes? Continue reading

Whatever Budapest Wants

On the basis of the memoirs of Cardinal Mindszenty published in The Sunday Telegraph, I wrote last Sunday about the simultaneous moves of Paul VI and Nixon, carried out according to the imperative desire of the Communist government of Budapest, … Continue reading

The “Good Fellow”

When in 1971 the U.N. expelled Taiwan and accepted Red China as a member, a general consensus of appeasement swept over the world, infecting minds with forgetfulness of the horrors of Communism. As something quite similar is taking place today … Continue reading

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