But the first person to coin this phrase was notoriously anti-Catholic. His name was Voltaire, and he wasn't referring to the perfidious Jews.
So if you can post quotes by a notorious anti-Catholic, I should be able to post speeches by Dr. William Luther Pierce. :farmer:
Be my guest! I have no objections, although I think a caveat should be employed whenever any truths are mixed in with things going against the Catholic faith. There is a difference between posting a simple quote and a speech.
An interesting story about s young Catholic man who wanted to follow Voltaire, but had a problem with his Catholic belief in the Real Presence which still clung with him. He asked Voltaire for advice. Voltaire told him go and receive the host in the state of mortal sin. He said that would be the quickest way for him to lose his faith in the Real Presence.
The devil quotes the Bible. We can quote the devil if the devil speaks the truth. What Voltaire told the young man was very interesting. Just look around!