“The Catholic Readings that Don Bosco distributed took many proselytes away from the Protestants, particularly from the Waldensian sect. Because of this they decided to do away with Don Bosco, in cooperation with certain police authorities.”
There follow tales of seven distinct assassination attempts, all presumably at the hands of these despicable Waldensians. (Another biography, available online, recounts at least one of them in English.) Inconceivable! And to think that all these years I foolishly believed that it was the Waldensians who did all the, you know, violent dying.
Clearly John Hobbins, an unrepentant Waldensian sectarian, and indeed a leader among them, has much explaining to do!