Great topic and question here from Margaret Rooney
Since I have voiced my I concern over the agreement with Rome I have been labelled as a Bishop Williamson groupie or disciple. I keep hearing that he has a schismatic mentality and that he is so disobedient that his expulsion is necessary. No one seems to say specifically what he has said or done that is schismatic.
He does not appear to have contradicted any of the doctrines of the Church and anytime I listen to him he appears to be speaking the truth.
Why is he disliked so much by SSPX people?
It is obvious why modernist Rome dislike him but the SSPX members???
It is time to turn the table on those within SSPX circles who dislike the Bishop. Criticism is to be expected from the likes of Rorate Caeli and those part of the veneer of Tradition but those who attend SSPX and attack the Bishop, I ask like Margaret does.
Where has he contradicted the doctrines of the church and what is this schismatic mentality?
I think I have the answer to this question:
Why is H.E. disliked so much by SSPX people?
+Williamson has not been afraid to speak up on topics that most people find
intimidating, like the so-called h0Ɩ0cαųst, like the MSM version of 911, like the
conspicuous deference paid to everything Jєωιѕн by Roman Catholic clergy,
especially those in authority, and like the Judaizing influence of all the Vatican II
reforms. Therefore, since these topics make most people cringe "for fear of the
Jews" (Jn vii. 13), they prefer to dislike the messenger instead of the message,
because that way they can rid themselves of responsibility for opposing the
message. It's basic human, fallen nature.
This also explains why +Fellay was supported at the GC for banning H.E.'s
attendance. It also explains why +Fellay wanted to keep H.E. from attending
in the first place: he is kissing up to the Judaizers in Rome, who demand it!
For it is better that one man be given up for the people.