Salon.com has an English translation of the interview that Bishop Richard Williamson did with Der Spiegel, the German news magazine.
As one might expect, the bishop dug an even deeper intellectual and moral hole for himself, refusing an offer to visit Auschwitz, and referring to anti-Semitic and Holocaust denial literature that he intends to take another look at to help him decide if, in fact, the Holocaust actually occurred.
He also asserted that the Jews needed to convert to Christianity, and he declined to endorse a visit, by the pope, to a Holocaust memorial in Israel.
At one point, the Der Spiegel interviewer stated the obvious to the bishop:
Your position on Judaism is consistently anti-Semitic.
And the weird bishop offered this inane reply, positioning Jews as the “enemies” of the gospel:
St. Paul put it this way: The Jews are beloved for the sake of Our Father, but our enemies for the sake of the gospel.
Talk about “give me that ol’ time religion”!
Ain’t paternal and anti-Semitic medievalism grand?