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Communism and anticommunism...
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The sinister nature of such a picture can also be seen in the refined injustice with which, to serve the enemy's advance, attempts are made to slander anticommunists through anonymous whispering campaigns. Those who commit the "unforgivable sin" of defending their country against those who want to impose the same terrible fate under which a growing number of captive nations and ethnic groups writhe, wall and revolt are dragged through the dirty waters of defamation.
At times these attacks of the enemy‑inspired and supported by communism when not directly or indirectly started by it have not been limited to whispering, but have grown to the point of becoming full‑blown media uproars lashing out against one or the other of the TFPs spread throughout six continents. For example, in the last twenty‑four years the Brazilian TFP‑the oldest and largest‑has undergone twelve such uproars, each like an overwhelming hurricane taxing the TFP's ability to resist.
Each uproar is supported, right from the start, by cliques of useful innocents spread throughout the country and by diverse and untiring teams of detractors so adept at working within families, sacristies, clubs and professional groups.
Typically, while everything whispers, chums, and howls, the TFP calmly prepares its reply. Upon release, the ever serene, courteous, but implacably logical reasoning of the organization begins to silence the adversary, who rarely rejoins but gradually withdraws to his lair. And his supporters of all stripes do likewise. Gradually, everything is "forgotten." The enemy retreats and the TFP emerges, in most cases without having lost a single member, volunteer, supporter, donor, friend or sympathizer.
Though these uproars try their utmost to spread to the various countries of the world, they have not impeded the growth of the TFP family of autonomous sister organizations‑presently the world's largest network of manifestly anticommunist societies inspired by the traditional magisterium of the Church existing on six continents.
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