The actual point of this thread is a bit mysterious to me. Sure, some Roman Catholic bishops and others, whether out of conviction, convenience, caprice, or cowardice cowed to the cunning connivers of cynical national socialism and fascism. Some Orthodox bishops and others for the same reasons conspicuously collaborated with communists, cavorting in countervirtuous corruption. Others might even cohabitate with carnivorous consumerists. What of it? No one denies these things happen. What we cannot do is make unreasonable extrapolations--because some do it, the whole group supports it. You might as well say that, since some teddy bears are used to smuggle diamonds, drugs, and other contraband, all teddy bears are used as such. But, we know this is not the case. I can pretty much prove that my teddy bear has never and shall never be used for such purposes as long as I am around. Sadly, however, teddy bears cannot speak (that we know of), but many Roman Catholics and Orthodox have spoken out against the many evil acts and movements of the world, and many of these were not doing so out of realpolitik to cover up their vile schemes to wipe out the other party. So, really, we can only learn from these things that we need to speak up for ourselves and our own consciences, repent for our sins, become holy, and such evils will be less. Certainly, we condemn the evils, but posting photos of clergy and fascists does not do that job. We do not know what was going on in the context surrounding the photo, merely that there was proximity. It's a bit like the coverage in the Western press on Serbs and Serbia in the 1990s. A picture may be worth 1,000 words, but those words could all be false.