The Blessed Mother appeared 56 times to a humble Dutch woman in Amersterdam, Holland, from 1945 to 1959, and the apparitions covered more international politics that the apparitions in Fatima, Portugal.
The Eternal Mother visited Fatima in 1917 and warned about World War II if the Humanity did not convert to God. The Vatican recognized the Fatima Apparitions in 1948 after the end of WWII. I wonder about a mitigation of the war horrors if the Vatican had recognized earlier the apparitions.
The Blessed Mother, in the Amsterdam Apparitions, called herself The Lady of All Nations and warned about a coming age of “degeneration, disaster, and war.” But she offered help if Catholics would petition the Holy Father to proclaim the fifth and final Marian dogma with Mary as Co-Redemptrix, Mediatrix and Advocate. The dogma would bring about a descent of the Holy Spirit in a new Pentecost.
The recognition of the Blessed Mother as advocate, mediatrix, and co-redemptrix, has a long tradition in the Church. The petition to the Holy Father for the declaration of a dogma is a Church tradition. Petition drives are manifestations of the common consensus of the faithful in encouraging the Holy Father to a particular course of action which the faithful discern to be good of the Church. Catholic petition drives must conform to the faith and moral teachings of the Church, and be submitted with unconditional obedience to the ultimate discernment and decision of the Vicar of Christ.