"Faux Pas resistance": Darkness and secrecy!

Discussion in 'Resistance Movement' started by Machabees, Apr 12, 2017.

  1. Machabees

    Machabees Well-Known Member

    Holy Scripture says:
    "And have no fellowship with the unfruitful works of darkness, but rather reprove them. For the things that are done by them in secret, it is a shame even to speak of. But all things that are reproved, are made manifest by the light; for all that is made manifest is light." (Ephesians 5)

    Under Bishop Williamson and his "BRN Associates", working with and through Fr. Zendejas and their off-shoot "Sapientia Education Association inc." (SEA), there is another document coming to light proving once more of the darkness and secrecy of the "false resistance" exposing their planned schemed takeover on missions and deceit over catholic lives.

    If their new doctrines weren't enough to scare us, they try to grab us financially undercover, when we are not looking, by non-profit groups.

    Here is a link showing the founding of the "SAPIENTIA EDUCATION ASSOCIATION, INC.", a Connecticut Domestic Non-Profit Corporation filed on September 25, 2014. https://www.bizapedia.com/ct/sapientia-education-association-inc.html

    Notice the date, filed on September 25, 2014 and the named President/treasurer who was at the time the acting coordinator of the OLMC Connecticut mission, and never told OLMC about such a SEA organization they claim is good for the "resistance", all the while acting behind the scene preparing for the Fr. Zendejas takeover, when to every ones else's knowledge Fr. Zendejas didn't exist outside the neo-sspx.

    Following under Bishop Williamson's wing, Fr. Zendejas left the new-sspx without telling us why, doctrinally or other, had moved in on the public scene showing up in Connecticut ready to set up a retreat house, school, and "parish life". It was on a planned Sunday October 26, 2014 by a mass and a conference (unknown to him it was recorded shown here) where he is saying, not asking, he is taking over the OLMC missions in Connecticut and New Jersey with the named President of SEA without even asking Fr. Pfeiffer himself, shown here. Much more of this account can be found here Who is Fr. Gerardo Zendejas, the new Bishop Elect?

    This collusion between Bishop Williamson and Fr. Zendejas, who proves he doesn't do anything without Bishop Williamson's approval and endorsement networking throughout the U.S., includes also the tried acquisition toward a property in Connecticut for a retreat house funded through Bishop Williamson's BRN Associates, seen in the links below.

    http://www.newstimes.com/local/article/Attorney-Religion-should-not-influence-zoning-6266734.php

    http://www.ctpost.com/local/article/Church-s-failed-proposal-strengthens-Danbury-6173527.php

    http://op54rosary.ning.com/m/discussion?id=5691517:Topic:240137

    http://www.newstimes.com/search/?ac...Link=1&searchindex=gsa&query="BRN+Associates"

    Unknown to us, there is a larger takeover happening to deride the doctrines of the old-sspx and support of OLMC with outright injustice to the commitment between others in the missions and those of Connecticut and New Jersey. Natural law does not accept such blatant scheming!

    What is BRN Associates? Follow the money. Here is a link breaking the news and tax releases of the BRN enterprises, assets, and "income". http://abplefebvreforum.prophpbb.com/topic164.html

    But we're told there is nothing to show; the sky is falling; plant potatoes!

    Yet there's more. Behind the scene there is also the quiet acquisition of the second "chapel" in the Texas real estate purchase under Bishop Williamson's BRN Associates, described also here. And the recent Bishop Williamson's BRN Associates $Million dollar New York purchase, helped with the SEA, for a retreat house no one publicly knew about until Bishop Faure recently gave a retreat there to some priests in 2016.

    There is no excuse but "30 pieces of Silver".

    While shamming us there is no visible organization, "put away your toys" says Bishop Williamson, and "the resistance isn't going anywhere", there is more of this underground false resistance described by Fr. MacDonald networking throughout the U.S.. What will it be like under a "bishop" Zendejas?

    More shadow pharisees? But can we expect anything different with these rebels to ABL? There is the new breed of neo-catholism.

    Fr. Zendejas did say on his first debut, "You take care of me and I will take care of you".
     
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  2. Rose

    Rose Well-Known Member

    It is very Pharisaical...these maneuvers of the the false resistance.

    The original Pharisees had their own hierarchy that operated in the shadows too: recall that Annas was the father-in-law of the official high priest at the time, Caiphas, but everyone knew that it was really Annas that was in control. So too we have Bishop Williamson pulling the strings behind the USML and the SAJM while not appearing to do so.

    And just like the original Pharisees, they have their own financial system. All these maneuvers won't be bought on the backs of donations from the faithful, their plans are too big and grandiose for that...just think of all those multi-million dollars worth of real estate owned by the false resistance.
     
  3. Machabees

    Machabees Well-Known Member

    Here are some quotes from an above link relating to Fr. Zendejas' tried for acquisition of the Connecticut property. It reminds me of the SAME obfuscation and tactics we are receiving from the rest of the "faux pas resistance".

    Residents reminded the board Thursday they had reason to be suspicious.

    In February, neighbors were told by Zendejas and his followers that they belonged to a church called BRN Associates. But BRN is not a church. It is a parent company operated by an independent bishop named Richard Williamson, who has been excommunicated from the Catholic Church and was convicted in a German court of denying the Holocaust.

    Williamson's spokesman told Hearst Connecticut Media in late April that it was a mistake for Zendejas and his followers not to be up front about Williamson's financial interest in the Danbury property.

    On April 30, Zendejas filed to form a separate Connecticut corporation called the Church of the Miraculous Medal and applied to the IRS for tax-exempt status.

    The new filing was more evidence for some critics that Zendejas could not be trusted.

    "We are being asked to go by their word," said Ken Gucker, one of 13 opponents who spoke Thursday night. "But what they are telling us keeps changing."

    Zendejas himself on Thursday said the new entity was formed to break his association with BRN.

    He said his followers do not exceed 90 and have no plans to grow in Danbury.

    "I am separated from the society where I used to work," he said. "That puts me in a narrow situation with a very small congregation."

    http://www.newstimes.com/local/article/Attorney-Religion-should-not-influence-zoning-6266734.php

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  4. immaculata

    immaculata Well-Known Member

    Good job everyone for continuing to expose the 'masonic ideas blueprint' of the the leaders of the 'false resistance'! These enemies of our Lord need to be constantly exposed for the sake of souls. We could really compile a booklet as a study , relating the whole story from beginning to end. It would be hard for those on the fence not to draw the conclusion that this 'blueprrint' is for the destruction of OLMC and for following Bishop Fellay thru the back-door!
    History repeats itself and such is the way of Vatican 2.
     
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  5. Vincent

    Vincent Well-Known Member

    Seems to be a hallmark of the false resistance: Keep changing. Say anything to get what you want. More manipulation of those around them. Speaking of manipulation, even Shakespeare reminds us that the "devil can cite Scripture for his purpose".
     
  6. Machabees

    Machabees Well-Known Member

    Update:

    Received an email on Bishop Williamson's new property in New York serving as Bishop Zendejas' new house.

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    Describing the new 10 acre property in New York.
    https://www.zillow.com/homes/for_sa....445578,41.196288,-73.608999_rect/12_zm/1_fr/

    Previous owners:
    https://www.yelp.com/biz/jewish-family-congregation-of-south-salem-south-salem

    On the Tax record. Owner Name: SAPIENTIA ASSOCIATION, INC.
    http://giswww.westchestergov.com/taxmap ... =Lewisboro
    [Enter address: 111 Smith Ridge Rd]

    Source

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    Provided also from a keen Eleison Comment reader:

    This is an excerpt of a June 2014 Eleison Comments, B.W. is quoting Fr. Faure:

    Secrecy is the mode of operating worthy of a liberal politician who wants to bring his electors around to a goal directly opposed to what he had promised in order to get elected. By a series of ambiguous statements skilfully graded to advance little by little, the politician brings the great majority of his followers to accept the opposite conclusion to what they were convinced of to begin with. It is Macchiavellian deceit, lying and hypocrisy, pure and simple. For this Superior General the end justifies the means, and to attain that end he does not hesitate to take positions repeatedly condemned by Archbishop Lefebvre." (Bishop Williamson, Eleison Comment #361)

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    Certainly not much different than the secret fake resistance club.
     
  7. TheRecusant.com

    TheRecusant.com Well-Known Member

    Thank you, Machabees, and others, for bringing this to everyone's attention.

    Another multi-million mansion served up on a plate for any priest prepared to turn a blind eye to whatever crazy, un-Catholic thing Bishop Williamson does next.

    The enemy is very clever, his cunning cannot be underestimated. His allure is very enticing, his snares are not difficult to fall into. Those faithful still supporting this controlled opposition need to do some serious soul searching and ask themselves some serious questions which deserve serious answers.

    Please ask yourself the following.

    - Who is paying for these multi-million dollar mansions?

    - Given that the last time Fr. Zendejas tried to purchase a property in Connecticut, it came out the Bishop Williamson was financing him, is it not at least probable that Bishop Williamson is paying for this too?

    - If Bishop Williamson is financing these multi-million dollar purchases, where is he getting that kind of money?

    - In late 2013, Bishop Williamson had to appeal in Eleison Comments and in his own words, "empty out" his "piggy banks", and even then had to appeal again a second time, in order to buy his own house in Broadstairs. Only then, in his own words, did he just about manage to raise the far more modest £400,000 which was the price of that house. What has changed since then? Where has all this new money come from, and in so short a time too?

    - Given the very straightened circumstances of the Resistance for the last five years, few people, most of them poor, higher running costs, etc. is it not unreasonable to find this affair somewhat unusual and to wonder what might be the explanation behind it?

    - Given that Bishop Williamson is now preaching and spreading ideas which leave even his most ardent supporters cowed into an embarrassed silence, is it not unreasonable to wonder if there could not be a link between this and the huge amounts of ready money suddenly on tap?

    - Is it not probable that the enemy, from modernist Rome on down, would not try to create a controlled opposition to keep the Resistance down, in exactly the same way that they created the FSSP et al. to try to keep the SSPX down some thirty or so years ago? If that is so, what would such a controlled opposition to the Resistance look like? In what way would it look significantly different to what we see here?

    - If you are somehow convinced that Bishop Williamson is not part of a controlled opposition, do you have solid evidence for this from his words and actions, or is your conviction borne largely out of respect for the reputation and historical record of the man? How well acquainted are you with Bishop Williamson's current agenda and teaching, how closely do you read Eleison Comments, how many of his recent conferences have you listened to, and how closely? To what extent do you rely on others to reassure you with what you should think, versus taking the trouble to find out for yourself? Be honest with yourself - nobody need ever hear your answer to these questions. But you need to hear it.
    Please note - we don't claim to have all the answers. We don't know for a fact everything which we suspect or fear. We do not claim to have incontrovertible proof for all of it. But is it unreasonable to suspect that something is amiss? Is it wrong to want to have our fears allayed? And does not the responsibility for that lie, at least in part, at the feet of Bishop Williamson, Bishop Zendejas and all those who still continue to act in a less-than-open manner despite the concerns which have been?
     
  8. TheRecusant.com

    TheRecusant.com Well-Known Member

    Eleison Comments #326 - "Happy Anniversary"

    12th October, 2013


    I have good news for all Catholics who understood what Archbishop Lefebvre was about. An eight-bedroom house is being bought in south-east England to serve as a base of operations for anybody wishing to continue his work outside of the present SSPX. [...]

    The house is being bought in England because England is the only country that I cannot be thrown out of as a foreigner. It is in south-east England with a relatively gentle climate for England, in a town not too far by fast train from London, and of easy access by Eurostar from Paris and Brussels. It is a picturesque town, and should be an agreeable place for priests to visit, to wind down, to talk (in all discretion), and to wind up again for today’s difficult apostolate. But it will cost more or less £400,000 to buy, and it will cost rather more to run than my present frugal way of life, for which I have not been in need and have hardly appealed. Let people who are themselves in need not think of contributing (see II Cor.VIII, 12-13), but let investors with fragile investments think of transferring funds to their completely secure bank accounts in Heaven before the stock markets collapse and before today’s paper monies are inflated out of all recognition. I must find within two months or so a tenth of the sum, and the rest soon afterwards.

    * In ANY CURRENCY small credit- or debit-card contributions from anywhere in the world can easily reach us via PayPal. ( Go towww.paypal.com/sendmoney and send the contribution to buildingfund@stmarcelinitiative.com ) * Contributions in POUNDS STERLING by banker’s draft or check should be made out and sent to the St Marcel Initiative, P.O. Box 423, Deal CT 14 4BF, England. * Banker’s drafts or checks in US DOLLARS should likewise be made out to St Marcel Initiative and sent to 6051 Watson Rd., Suite 279, Crestwood, MO 63126, USA (the US contributions will soon be tax-deductible).

    * In EUROS, checks made out to “Institut Culturel St Benoît” should be posted to ICSB, BP 60232, F78002 Versailles Cedex, France. Euros can also be sent by wire transfer from inside France to RIB - 20041 01012 6704 149J033 09; from outside France to the International Bank Account Number IBAN - FR85 2004 1010 1267 0414 9J03 309, with BIC - PSSTFRPPSCE * For other bank wire transfers, please write to us for details at buildingfund@dinoscopus.org, or, in the USA, use the convenient “e-check/bank wire” form at www.stmarcelinitiative.com.

    Any contribution please mark “Building Fund”. Thank you in advance for all and any help.

    Kyrie eleison.​





    Eleison Comments #329 - "Please Help"

    2nd November, 2013


    [...]

    And what do I think I see now in the “Resistance”? The painful but steady emergence of the joyful remnant of Catholics from the remnant of Traditionalists who in their time emerged from the ruins of Vatican II. Nothing yet persuades me of the need for a structure or a seminary to replace those of the SSPX, but these are early days in the history of the Resistance. What I do think is needed is a base of Resistance operations in England, not far from the Continent nor from London airports, bricks and mortar to lend some solidity to the Resistance, and to provide, for instance, a refuge where priests can recuperate for at least a few days, under no kind of pressure, from the real hardships of today’s apostolate.

    The house has been chosen, it does exist, we have agreed to buy, and donations are coming in, but we do now need both £40,000 by the end of November and another £360,000 by mid-December. I do not like making promises, but with the help of God I have no intention of abandoning the defence of the Faith, whatever form that defence may take over the next several years. Please help, and in today’s shadow of tomorrow’s collapse of currencies, do think of making a heavenly investment guaranteed by the whole host of Heaven. Bless you for any and all donations. I attach again details of means of payment.

    Kyrie eleison.

    * In ANY CURRENCY small credit- or debit-card contributions from anywhere in the world can easily reach us via PayPal. ( Go towww.paypal.com/sendmoney and send the contribution to buildingfund@stmarcelinitiative.com )

    *Contributions in POUNDS STERLING by banker’s draft or check should be made out and sent to the St Marcel Initiative, P.O. Box 423, Deal CT 14 4BF, England.

    * Banker’s drafts or checks in US DOLLARS should likewise be made out to St Marcel Initiative and sent to 9051 Watson Rd., Suite 279, Crestwood, MO 63126, USA (the US contributions will soon be tax-deductible).

    * In EUROS, checks made out to “Institut Culturel St Benoît” should be posted to ICSB, BP 60232, F78002 Versailles Cedex, France. Euros can also be sent by wire transfer from inside France to RIB - 20041 01012 6704 149J033 09; from outside France to the International Bank Account Number IBAN - FR85 2004 1010 1267 0414 9J03 309, with BIC - PSSTFRPPSCE

    * For other bank wire transfers, please write to us for details at buildingfund@dinoscopus.org, or, in the USA, use the convenient “e-check/bank wire” form at www.stmarcelinitiative.com.​




    Eleison Comments #340 - "Good News"

    18th January 2014


    The first piece of good news is that Queen of Martyrs house in south-east England is being bought these very days. At first the purchaseprice seemed out of reach, but two telephone calls to a French and an American benefactor promptly raised about two fifths and another quarter respectively of the sum needed, and suddenly the purchase came within range. About another seventh part came from the many benefactors of the St Marcel Initiative, I emptied out several piggy-banks of my own, and finally an Asian benefactor put us over the top. [...]​
     
  9. Scarlet Pimpernel

    Scarlet Pimpernel Active Member

    What do you think the heating bill alone is for winters in the northeast of a 7,538 sq ft. building not to mention the other maintenance costs?
    Who pays for all that? Heck, who mows the lawn?
     
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  10. Machabees

    Machabees Well-Known Member

    Bishop Williamson did say on July 15, 2012 within a saved voice recording to Fr. Pfeiffer he was looking for and setting up a deal with Menzingen over protecting the faith of Jesus Christ.

    Quote:
    "...I am on the exit ramp. I do not know the details but I'm on the guillotine. Don't make plans yet for the seventh of August. Let's see whats possible. But don't yet commit me because I...huh...er...huh...I don't know what I am going to do. I don't, I haven't had yet the alternatives proposed to me that I know there is going to be a proposition. hum...so...a proposition will be an amiable separation. Now I don't have the details. But I am going to have to make a decision. But...huh... I do not know what I am going to do. So don't yet count on me. So I would think father to go back to the Philippines...you will be resettled...[take your punishment]". (Bishop Williamson)​

    Further in a return conversation with Fr. Pfeiffer hours later, Bishop Williamson elaborated more to say:

    "They offered me a solution. They gave me two choices: "Either I can leave, or I can leave amicably. I have to see what they are offering me. I have to see what the proposition is. And, I do not want this thing [resistance] to be a big movement."

    Is their a pension and compliant contract in that "amicably"?

    Quel dommage!
     
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  11. Machabees

    Machabees Well-Known Member

    Added to the deep pockets and paid for litany. Bishop Williamson also paid in largeness and in full for both the consecrations of Bishop Faure and Bishop Aquinas at the Brazilian monastery (2015 and 2016).

    Funny how the BW properties are quite showy and expensive for the size of the little group they have and the little that they do. And really what do we get for such multi-millions of dollars of real Estate? Poems and lectures on world literature at the £400,000 house in Broadstairs and expensive insurance, utility, and maintenance costs on all the properties.
     
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  12. unbrandable

    unbrandable Well-Known Member

    Bishop Williamson said:

    "... And, I do not want this thing [resistance] to be a big movement."

    This is a strange statement. Where is his zeal for the Church?
     
  13. Martius

    Martius Well-Known Member


    And how does zeal for the Church include conferences on poetry, music, Shakespeare, etc?

    Contrast these 'conferences' with those given at OLMC in June...modernism, Pascendi, etc.

    Which group shows greater zeal for the Church?
    Which group can say to Our Lord when they die, 'Here are the sheep you gave me to guard. I have guided them and shown them the true way and kept them true members of Your Church, Lord.'
    Certainly NOT the false resistance...