Gosh, someone really missed out. There is a photo of Hitler in this exact pose, they could have done a bleed-through or side-by-side, for the benefit of people who don't read.
You joke, but it's been done already by the people behind what I'm guessing is a parody website:
Bishop Williamson does seem to get this kind of attention a bit too often. It'd be nice if he could get himself persecuted for the sake of the Gospel instead of the Protocols.
This looks like a more polished version of an old Pete Vere hit piece against his Excellency called the "Bishop Williamson's Zingers. "
It was so ludicrous in its assertions and out of context quotes that I did further research. I read his letters and listened to his interviews with Bernard Janzen. Ultimately, I owe Patrick Madrid and Pete Vere and all of the people associated with Envoy for my discovery and subsequent attachment to bishop Williamson.
If someone or a group of someones really tries to persecute Bishop Williamson, my money is on Bishop Williamson.
The only strategy that has any hope against Bishop Williamson is for his enemies to ignore him. (which is what many have tried over the years) But that is only a delaying tactic for them.
He is made of the same stuff the greatest Popes were made of.
The enemies of the Church try to ignore him, His message gets out and inspires and causes many to convert and revert. And he inspires a spirit of combat and common sense along with true charity.
They try to libel and slander him and that just makes many more people who are open to grace curious enough to research him and more growth occurs.
They may try to have him imprisoned or even kill him (God forbid) but God would in that case take his martyrdom and seed the Church with it.
He is a modern day Moses, St. Patrick, St. Jerome, St. Augustine, St. John Vianney and St. Bonaventure all rolled into one.
He said recently in regards to women looking for a good husband. "A good man is a gift from God." I think we could stretch that meaning to include him as being a gift from God for the Church.