Fabrizio Ruffo leading the Sanfedisti in 1799, protected by Saint Anthony" - URL: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Esercito_Cristiano_della_Santa_Fede
Below image - a little Slovenian "cardinal Ruffo" leading the Slovenian Sanfedisti in the years 1941-1945: Stane Kukovica in his triple identity, in the uniform of Dominican priest, in the uniform of member of the Belagardist "Vaške Straže" ["village guards"] and in the uniform of the members of the Italian battalion "Arditi". No one now is authorized to say that in the church of Rome the spirit of evangelization is lacking.
For a quick summary of the Vatican 'mission' inside the Slovenian society in those stormy years read: http://adrgegenreformationheute.blogspot.it/2010/07/belogardizem.html
Another photographic view of those years: https://picasaweb.google.com/ilirski/MuceniskaPotKSvobodi
Further consequence, the Fascist Italian invasion, together with the Bolshevism, was charged with a religious significance because it was a divine proof to which God submitted the pious Slovenian people in order to let to identify the ones who were an evil wolf disguised under a liberal catholic fur.
In Naples, in 1799, they were the Reactionaries to win the war, in Slovenia, in 1945, the Jacobins (Tito's partisan army), a difference dictated by historical different international contexts. For example in Naples cardinal Ruffo had the goal to wipe away the reformists, in Slovenia the Slovenian Sanfedisti (Belagardist "Vaške Straže") had mostly the task to instigate liberal characters and to identify them for the punishment. But the underground Ultramontane logic is always the same. What matters for the Ultramontanism is that every kind of Reactionary and every kind of Jacobin is easily turned to become a relentless enemy of the Reformism, liberalism and modernism.
Sunday, July 8, 2012
Slovenian collaborationist of Mussolini army were "fighting for democracy" [Ivan Oman]:
Emmanuel Joseph Sieyès - by Eric John Phelps:http://vaticanassassinsarchive.com/EMMANUEL_ABBE_SIEYES.pdf
Sunday, June 10, 2007
Wlodimir (Vladimir) Ledochowski's Goal Predicted by Maximillian Kolbe in 1938?