It's a rhetorical device to describe people's behavior as fascistic
It was communist Stalin's invention to call any opponent "fascist", and to name this huge betrayal "anti-fascism".
You don't think the editors of kreuz.net are aware of that?
Also, Nazis are a bad thing and there are people who are demonstrably Fascist who should be discouraged.
That's part of the Stalinism and it was and is the state's official doctrine in many communist states.
So, because they accuse the anti-Church media of using Fascist techniques in their treatment of the Church, the editors of Kreuz.net are Communists? That's absurd.
For example it was in Eastern Germany named "German Democratic Republic", or GDR in short. Since the European Union is communist too, the so called "anti-fascism" is a common practice in the entire EU zone, too.
In reality your so called "rhetorical device" is a Stalinism device.
No, it's putting the square peg in the square whole.
Later on "Nazi" became a synonym to "fascist" and today it's used by the leftists and the Jews to defame any opponent as "fascist" or "Nazi".
Today's Federal Republic of Germany's cancelor Merkel and "Team Merkel" member Krah were shaped in the GDR, so it's no surprise Krah and his mentor Fr Pfluger call Bishop Williamson a "Nazi", too.
Kreuz has always been sympathetic to Bishop Williamson, actually, and attacks the media for its Nazi-delusion.
However we catholics love truth and justice, and so we don't use popular but wrong names to defame opponents.
It makes sense to portray people as they are in an effective way so that people get the message. It's called rhetoric.
, which it is and does recall various techniques used to attack the Church during the Nazi period.
Not at all. The national-socialists weren't fascists. That's just what the communist Stalin said. In reality the national-socialists were, well, national-socialists. But since communists are always either national-socialists (like Stalin and his national Bolshevism) or international-socialists (like the Jewish Trotzky and the high finance) they prefer to use the disguising words "fascist" or "Nazi" in order to distract from themselves.
You're equivocating. The term Fascist comes from Musolini and is a meaningful description which can be, in the parlance of some, a means of short circuiting discussion, but why not call a Fascist a Fascist?
You do realize that National Socialism is an evil thing, yeah?
Let's quote the inventor of fascism, Mussolini: Fascism should more properly be called corporatism because it is the merger of state and corporate power.
That's the real definition of fascism.
So, the Germans didn't create an alliance with Business and the State?
So in reality is fascist, but hardly anybody says it. As distraction the mass-media owned by a few Jews brainwash the public with their favourite words "You're a fascist" and "You're a Nazi".
kreuz.net is part of this brain-washing system and by transporting it you're too.
No it's not.
You're failing to mention that kreuz.net frequently criticizes die Nazicrazy German Media
Is there anybody they don't criticize aside bad pope Pius XII ?
The pseudo-Christians behind kreuz.net who intensively protect Krah and his Jewish backers name any of their opponents "Nazi", exactly like the Jew's mass-media do. They're no different in their means.
You don't have any idea what the spiritual condition of the editors of kreuz.net is.
I just refuted your whole point. They protect Krah for reasons I don't understand, but they've always defended Bishop Williamson and frequently attack the soft delusional thinking behind the people who see Nazis behind everything, often pointing out that it is they who are the Nazis.
Meanwhile, a post which is supposed to be about how these Antifa-Nazis attacking an interesting Pro-Life demonstration becomes a forum for you to lash out against kreuznet with your, frankly, mendacious accusations.
If it weren't for kreuz.net, Berger would probably still be working in Cologne and at Holy Cross.
Berger is an unimportant, modernistic, pro-conciliar, homosexual and weird leftist. He's an easy target for busybodies like kreuz.net are.
To put him into line with national-socialists however because he's a German teacher (see my translation in my post here some days ago) is pure vicious insanity. Another trademark of kreuz.net .
Oh, I get it, it disproves your point, so its insignificant.
He may be insignificant, but the problem of clerical homosexuals isn't.
In fact, kreuz.net is the only group that sees the abuse crisis in its proper light as an ideological campaign conceived to manipulate public opinion and attack the Church.