Karol: A Man Who Became Pope
The New York Times
…Piotr Adamczyk stars as Karol Wojtyla, whose tireless fight for humanity and basic fundamental rights begins with the German invasion of his native Poland in 1939. Appalled at the brutal treatment afforded his Jewish friends, Karol turns to religion as a means of making a difference in the world, and with the help of several other like-minded individuals mounts a nonviolent, but extremely effective, anti-Nazi resistance. Ordained as a priest at war's end, Karol finds himself fighting another form of godless totalitarianism, this one from the Communists who have overtaken his country. Ultimately, Father Karol Wojtyla's noble mission culminates in his being elected as Pope John Paul II in 1978 -- and it was surely no coincidence that Poland's liberation was now but a matter of time… Read complete review – The New York Times
“We will win with LOVE - not with guns…
the Nazis will disappear
because evil will devour itself.
if LOVE does not win out –
the Nazis will just come back under a
The Power Of One
The New York Times
… Bryce Courtenay's compassionate novel about the coming of age of a white anti-apartheid activist during the years of World War II in South Africa. …Courtenay's tale of fighting apartheid … Seven-year-old P.K. (Guy Witcher) is a white South African raised on his family's farm by his Zulu nanny. When his mother takes ill, he is sent away to an Afrikaner boarding school, where he is picked on and nearly killed by the school bully during a pep rally for Hitler. P.K. survives and is sent to live with his grandfather. He befriends Doc (Armin Mueller-Stahl), a jailed German musician, and a black inmate (Morgan Freeman), who teaches P.K. how to use his fists for some quick boxing moves… Read complete review – The New York Times
“Any IDEOLOGY that needs
the thing that least threatens it,
is an ideology that
will not out live its own generation.
not Exclusion … is the key to survival.”
…whoever causes one of these little ones who believe in Me to stumble, it would be better for him to have a heavy millstone hung around his neck, and to be drowned in the depth of the sea.
AUSCHWITZ -- CHRISTMAS 2008
--- A flashback far more severe than in ---
Friday, December 26, 2008
Protect children and the entire world will be safe.
No disrespect meant to
Pope Benedict XVI or the hierarchy,
the one and only concern
the safety and well-being of children.
Kids Are Being Hurt!!!