Here’s the Archbishop warning against a Universal Republic and calling for the abolition of the corrupt system of political parties!
Now, who said that Adrien Arcand, author of The Universal Republic (1950), and who developed Catholic Corporatism (also called Canadian Corporatism) to replace the corrupt party system, wasn’t a Roman Catholic?
You are now seeing the proof, alive, and in action. You are living the proof that Adrien Arcand was right.
Adrien Arcand, the French-Canadian Roman Catholic fascist from Quebec (Ultramontane) (1899-1967), spent five years and five weeks in Canadian concentration camps in WWII, the longest internment of its kind in the whole British Empire.
Arcand developed a new political formula called Catholic Corporatism, or also Canadian Corporatism, based on the papal encyclicals, and the social doctrine of the Church. He was nonetheless falsely called a “Nazi” and denied a trial or self-defense.
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