Sometimes a vintage thought comes up and it has an unintentional consequence. In a laser vision seeing a tactic of Refined Hypocrisy shedding subversion, a striking Bishop Williamson’s latest Eleison Comments #517, titled Refined Hypocrisy, wrote some thoughts to understand the nature of Pope Francis undermining the Doctrine of the faith by “the classic Communist or Neo-modernist means of subversion, using practicalities to undermine truth, not in principle but in practice.” Bishop Williamson gave a context on how pope Francis cannot be concluded as a formal heretic because pope Francis keeps everything on fray and ambiguous. That is, by putting a “subjective excuse in the foreground is to put the objective in the background”. Pope Francis doesn't explicitly deny the truth; he omits and obfuscated it. "Do these points make him a conscious and wilful denier of defined Church doctrine? Seemingly, no, says Fr Gleize, but in effect, yes. “Sinners will love it! Yet the Catholic Church has always ranked the objective nature and moral rightness or wrongness of acts above the subjective blameworthiness of this or that person performing the act. “The exception proves the rule,” says one proverb, and another, “Hard cases make bad law.” On the contrary the subjectivism of Pope Francis undermines Church law (and common sense) with hard cases, even while he avoids directly contradicting Church law. “ How this so applies to Bishop Williamson’s own statements to the crowd of Catholics in that 2015 New York conference giving the SAME subjective advice with his own crusade repeating over again in many other conferences and writings, while the objective goes to the background. Bishop Williamson too does not wholly deny the true teaching, he tacts the objective entwined with the subjective giving the air of authority, but it is the subjective that is the message and the lasting thought: “The golden rule is this. The absolute rule of rules seems to me be this. Do whatever you need to nourish your faith.” (Bishop Williamson, conference in Mahopac NY (usa), June 2015) "Novus ordo priests celebrate Masses as decently as possible." (Bishop Williamson, conference in Mahopac NY (usa), June 2015) “I do not say to everybody inside the Novus Ordo, priests and laity, I don’t say: ‘You’ve got to get out!’” (Bp. Williamson, conference in St. Catherine’s, Ontario, Canada, 5th November 2014) [See many more subjective Quotes of Bp. Williamson supporting the new religion and conciliarism] How many times have we heard of his supporters say, “but he did say it is wrong for the novus ordo mass..” Ah yes, and how many times has he kept in dominate view the [error] of subjectivity that the novus ordo mass gives life? “While the new religion is false, is dangerous, and it strangles grace, and it’s helping many people to lose the faith, at the same time there are cases where it can be used and is used to build the faith.” (Bishop Williamson, conference in Mahopac NY (usa), June 2015) “Stay away from the Novus Ordo. But exceptionally, if you’re watching and praying, even there you may find the grace of God. If you do, make use of it in order to sanctify your soul.” (Bishop Williamson, conference in Mahopac NY (usa), June 2015) This is a pope Francis meme for sure. The crusade of “subjective foreground and objective background” subverting the Traditional Catholic faith fanning not just conspiracy, but an apostation giving minds to choose the “least contaminated” avenues to give God due, puts man at the helm. God said He will have none of that; His word said so all over Sacred Scripture! So where does this go? It is the classic Communist or Neo-modernist means of subversion, using practicalities to undermine truth, not in principle but in practice. Did Archbishop Lefebvre act this way? Saints, Martyrs? Not on their life. Bishop Williamson’s prelude jingle has merit in the face of this conflict: Labels deceive. The truth is told by fruits. Francis [and the traditional revolutionaries] pulls up the Church’s very roots.