Bishop Richard Williamson: “Boston Bombing Was Another False Flag, Only The People Waking Up Could Possibly Save America.”
By Martin Hill
May 14, 2013
In an extremely rare and exclusive radio interview with Dr. Kevin Barrett, a Roman Catholic Traditionalist Bishop has opened up about the controversy surrounding his holocaust comments and other issues.
Bishop Richard Williamson, formerly of the Society of St. Pius X, was on the Truth Jihad radio show along with Dr. Nick Kollerstrom on April 22. In the show description, Barrett notes “Dr. Nick Kollerstrom was expelled from his teaching post at University College of London simply for publishing a scholarly article evaluating the chemical evidence for the existence of homicidal gas chambers during World War II… He is also the author of Terror on the Tube, the best book on the 7/7 London bombings.”
The interview [MP3 here/ Archive Page here] begins with Barrett, Kollerstrom and Williamson discussing the trials that resulted from his ‘controversial’ comments regarding the alleged six-million Jews gassed in the holocaust. “Emotional truth is quite a different than historical truth,” Williamson explains. “They are not coming at it from the starting point of evidence. The starting point is quite different. Their starting point is precisely emoton. If you’re not on that emotional wavelength, if you’re not seeking emotion, if you’re not fueling on emotion – if you’re looking for evidence you’re not going to find it with the emotional people, and if they’re looking for emotion they’re not going to find it with the evidence people. We’re in two different ballgames so to speak.” [6:14]
Kollerstrom speaks on the evolving public perception and knowledge about the events of the holocaust. “Just read the comments and the majority people are skeptical. There’s a terriffic sea changing taking place, and the good Bishops remarks are part of it.” He reads a quote from an interview with Der Spiegal, in which Williamson said “Throughout my life I’ve always sought the truth. That is why I converted to Catholicism and became a priest.” Kollerstrom points out that Williamson refused to recant his views, and that the topic is “becoming a discussible issue now.”