ROME, November 4, 2005 (LifeSiteNews.com) - Recently released documents from the former East German communist secret police, the Stasi, show that the future Pope Benedict XVI was under surveillance since the early 1970’s.
According to a report from a major German weekly paper, Bild am Sonntag, agents of the State Security Ministry, known as the Stasi, regarded the young German theology professor as one of the most dangerous anti-communists in Europe. Spies collected biographical details and tried to anticipate his moves.
The biggest trouble makers are always the biggest targets. I for one want to count myself in with the trouble makers.