Godot has finally shown up - and he's selling vacuum cleaners and herbal products that help you "lose weight, gain weight or stay the same". He's also claiming to be a Devout Catholic. These are writings to bide the time until he leaves.
Simcha Fischer writes the best piece yet on anti-semitism among traditionalists. Read the whole thing, but she ends with this ...
If you are a traditionalist, here's what you can do: Got a blog? Write a short post decrying anti-Semitism. Just so people know. Got a congregation? Deliver a brief sermon on the fact that hatred of the Jews is a grievous sin, unworthy of people who are dedicated to preserving the integrity of the Faith. Got a family? Teach them that this kind of thing is repulsive, abhorrent, and has nothing to do with Catholicism. Got a website with a big traditionalist readership? Just put a small disclaimer somewhere reminding people that anti-Semitism is, according to Nostra Aetate, "foreign to the mind of Christ."
Because, as I said, I know that not all traditionalists are anti-Semites -- not by a long shot. But it's there. If you're a traditionalist and you hang out with other traditionalists, then sooner or later, you will run into anti-Semitism. If it's not in your particular neighborhood or community, then be glad. But it's not far away. And it's not going to go away on its own.