Unholy Trinity

Unholy Trinity

by Mark Aarons, John Loftus
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Unholy Trinity 3.6 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 5 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This book proposes to be an expose of Vatican intrigues in league with the Nazis, a discussion in which I personally have little interest, and clearly the authors have an axe to grind. However, where this book really shines - and why I give it five stars - is in its credible revelation that the world of international politics is far more complex and interesting than the front page of the morning paper. The blindness of the authors precludes them from the conclusion that is obvious from their material: that the communists were always a greater threat to the world at large than were the Nazis. However, their citations are fascinating, and clearly establish that the forces that shape world politics are much more than the bumbper-sticker philosophies that purport to explain them.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Loftus and Aarons were among the first to blow the whistle on the pro Axis leanings of Pius XII and his Secretary of State Montini, later Paul VI. Much of the book has now been verified by lawsuits and the US government itself. As a Catholic himself, Loftus set the stage for other exposes like 'Hilter's Pope'. The book is fully annotated with scholarly citations.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This book has NOTHING to do with any personal vendetta of the authors. It is based on intelligence...intelligence that our government has had for decades. It has nothing to do with Catholic bashing. Catholicism has fueled some of the BLOODIEST crusades in the history of man. This is one that shows how the Vatican political machine can and does makes alliances with the devil's own. Eye opening. I, for one, am GLAD Loftin et al write! Keep on truckin'
Guest More than 1 year ago
Complete misunderstanding of history by the authors. The authors push what they call facts based on their suppositions of conversations they neither heard or can provide proof. Alleges conversations in the Vatican without any coraboration whatsoever. Highly bigoted against Catholics. Apparently the 1 million Catholic clergy, the 6 million Ukranians and the thousands of gypsies slaughtered by the Nazi's were insignificant in the Vatican's decision of silence since none of these facts were even mentioned. Never mentions the Chief Rabbi of Rome converting to Catholicism after WWII or the Prime Minister of Isreal giving the Pope's Pius' eulogy. Some facts are misrepresented and misplaced in order to create the appearance of a conspiracy. Facts are also created based on conversations between President George Bush and his Father as if they are a matter of record or were written down, but no proof is provided of this. Same treatment to other notable American Families such as the Rockefellers. I CANNOT recommend this book to anyone!
Guest More than 1 year ago
A shocking account of research done by FBI nazi hunters and how they uncover a web of intrigue and alliances between the Vatican and Nazi smuggling out of Europe through such agencies as the Red Cross, as the vatican felt that the Nazis were less of a threat than the Communists were.