Pius XII: The Dark Side reveals that Eugenio Pacelli, who became Pope Pius XII, rather than being principally a pastor, was a fixated, narcissistic diplomat and politician. The book tells the true story of how Pius’ narrow perspective and his persistent, misguided political machinations led him down the tortuous paths of numerous international tragedies that had disastrous consequences for millions of innocent people. Pius, Hitler and Stalin were paranoiacs – Pius’ great fear was Communism. The book clearly demonstrates that this obsession blighted his brilliant career to the end of his days. Pius XII: The Dark Side also clearly reveals that Pius supported many ruthless fascist dictators, and was one of the major protagonists of the rise to power of Adolf Hitler and his evil Nazism. Later, Pius desired victory for Hitler and the Axis. Post-war, he assisted war criminals in escaping justice. The book affirms that Pius had a minimal interest in the sufferings of humanity, nor was he basically concerned with human rights. His ingrained anti-Semitism led him to abandon six million Jews to the Holocaust. Uniquely, this book reveals that Pacelli has the singular distinction of being partially responsible for the outbreak of World Wars I and II, the Korean War, and the Vietnam War, and that he fuelled the Cold War, in which he supported atomic strikes. Lately the Catholic Church has been promoting Pius as a possible ‘Saint’. Pius XII: The Dark Side demonstrates with certainty that he does not meet the Church’s criteria for Sainthood.
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