We need to get out and vote this year or USA Republicans will lose majority in Congress and Trump will be impeached.
Geraldo de Proença Sigaud
Geraldo de Proença Sigaud (26 September 1909 — 5 September 1999) was a Brazilian Catholic prelate who served as Bishop of Jacarezinho from 1947 to 1960 and as Archbishop of Diamantina from 1960 to 1980. He was a member of the Society of the Divine Word. He was closely allied to his fellow Brazilian, Bishop Antônio de Castro Mayer and opposed communism. At the Second Vatican Council he was part of the Coetus Internationalis Patrum which upheld the Catholic line against the liberals and modernists.
|“|| But the Church can not ignore the facts of the past and the clear affirmations of international Jewry. The heads of this Jewry have for centuries conspired methodically and out of an undying hatred against the Catholic name and the destruction of the Catholic order, and for the construction of a world wide Jewish empire. This is what Masonic sects and the communists stand for.
Money, the media, and international politics are for a large part in the hands of the Jews. Although the Jews are the biggest capitalists and should on that account be the greatest adversaries of the Russians and the communists, they do not fear them, but on the contrary, they help them to win. Those who have revealed the atomic secrets of the USA were: Fuchs, Golds, Gringlass, and Rosemberg: all Jews. The founders of communism were Jews. They are the promoters, organizers and bankers.
This is the reality. Should this foster hatred? No! But with vigilance and clear-sightedness we should launch a systematic and methodical opposition to the equally systematic and methodical onslaught of "the enemy of man", whose secret weapon is "the leaven of the Pharisees which is hypocrisy".
|— Bishop Sigaud's Letter to Cardinal Tardini, 22 August 1959.|
- Catecismo Anticomunista by Geraldo de Proença Sigaud
- Dom Geraldo Sigaud: Conservadorism e Intelectualidade by Elmes Xisto Meira
- Bispos conservadores brasileiros no Concílio Vaticano II (1962-1965) by R C Caldeira