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  • ross1948 7:55 pm on January 10, 2020 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: 1 February 2020, , Archbishop of Canterbury, Brexit bell-ringing, ,   

    Onward Christian Soldiers? Can LeaveEU Outflank Weasel Welby? 


    An interesting plan from LeaveEU, ‘calling on churches across the country to do what they did then and mark the first morning of our independence with the sound of bells ringing.’

    British churches have in recent years shown little loyalty to Britain, and are often seemingly more into liberalism and Europhilia than in preaching the Gospel.

    More and more good people have wearied of dog-collared wallies echoing Welby’s smears against patriots…

    The Blighter In The Mitre Is A Stinking Hypocrite!

    Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby, who says the EUSSR is “the greatest dream realised for human beings since the fall of the Roman Empire 1500 years ago.”

    Hypocrite! Justin ‘No Insults’ Welby Guilty Of ‘Fascist’ Smear 

    ..and similar subversive tosh, like that we heard from the braying bishops of the Church of England last year.

    Empty Pews? Blame Church of England’s Whited Sepulchre Vipers! 

    So I have my doubts there are still suffient decent folks with bums on pews to achieve LeaveEU’s goal.

    We’re under no illusions. Card-carrying liberal Justin Welby, cossetted in gilded Lambeth Palace won’t like this initiative one bit, the Church’s hierarchy will do everything to snuff it out.

    Which is why we appeal directly to patriotic and principled churchgoers to put pressure on their local parish to join in on this epic gesture of national unity.

    CONTACT LEAVE.EU | We’ll put you in touch with fellow participants
     
    • Fiona 1:01 am on January 11, 2020 Permalink | Reply

      Almost none of the people I know under forty years old go to church. Almost all their parents did, but few of them now attend except at Christmas and Easter.
      Me too, as they say, and for the same reasons. It’s not the church it used to be.
      The local vicar is an active Green and is in favour of allowing ‘gay’ weddings in C of E churches. He is a big fan of Welby and travelled up to London on a Remainer bus for their big rally.
      Our old vicar, who retired about twenty years ago, never talked politics. His sermons were not always exciting but he knew his Bible and educated us.
      As a result of the above, I am not confident our church bells will be rung on Brexit Day!

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  • ross1948 5:32 pm on March 9, 2017 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: Archbishop of Canterbury, , , , , missionary work in England, , ,   

    God Damn Justin Welby, Archbishop of…Smear! 


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    Should this man be re-titled the Archbishop of Brussels!

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    There are a thousand ways to explain the Brexit vote, or the election of President Trump, or the strength in the polls in Holland of Geert Wilders or in France of Madame Le Pen and many other leaders in a nationalist, populist or even fascist tradition of politics.”

    Archbishop of Canterbury suggests Brexit ‘in fascist tradition’ | UK …

    There is ONE way to explain the Brexit vote, and that’s the demand for democracy, the righteous wrath of a people denied control over their land, their laws, by the supranational regime in Brussels.


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    Liar Juncker And ‘EU Rule Number One’ – Down With Democracy! 

    Juncker is of course an exemplar of the evil that Brits voted against.

    But their true enemies are those within. Cameron and Blair and John Major, ex-premiers who toiled and still toil to keep the UK under Brussels rule.


    But at least they are, or rather were, elected to speak for electorates in their respective constituencies, albeit they often failed to represent even those people’s views…

    •  …in Major’s case, even his own views, as when he voted for corporal punishment then cravenly u-turned because the Euro-Court clowns told him to.
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    But this be-robed buffoon in Canterbury?

    He’s a nobody, who speaks for nobody but himself, as un-elected as the rest of his clerical comrades and the parasite peers he sits among in the House of Layabouts.

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    Brits! Sign Up! Abolish The House Of Layabouts! 

    • But although we have slammed the worst sort of clerics before, very even-handedly, denouncing both Muslim and Christian disgraces…

    Another Damn Dog-Collared Appeasement Monkey! 

     Valiant Viking Sylvi Blasts Pro-Parasite Pinko Prelate! 

    Maybe We DO Need Blasphemy Law- ‘Christian ‘ Brat Likens Christ to Crimmigants!

    Many Islamic Scholars Are ‘Former Prisoners and Thugs!’ Gosh! If WE said that…

    No Damascine Repentance from Dope Francis?  –

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    ….Welby struts his stuff as the leader of  the world’s Anglicans. ‘Anglican’ is an adjective referring to England. Welby is chief prelate of the Church of England, and England voted HUGELY for Brexit (the overall UK majority for liberation was narrower)

    So by blatantly deploying a transparent smear tactic – guilt by association – Brexit with ‘Fascism…

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    ….a 1930s ideology which rejected democracy and exalted violence — he insults the very country, or at least most of its people that he’s meant to stand up for.

    Has he nothing useful to do or say?

    An archbishop with any coherent commitment to spreading his creed’s gospel would be urging his assembled clergy and laity to get out there and start missionary work in those English cities colonised by non-Christians….


    …on missionary work, doing peaceful battle for hearts and minds – seeking to CONVERT them!

    PS

    I acknowledge that, at least in part, there are millions of English people Welby admits have abandoned his denomination  

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    Where have all the Anglicans gone?

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    its declining numbers, as he puts it –  and he has them to win back too!

    Speaking up for Christian values…

    Evangelicals Must Stick With Church Despite ‘False Teaching’ 

    …instead of dissing the English, might just help!

     
    • William Jonas 7:19 am on March 10, 2017 Permalink | Reply

      That’s exactly what I have long thought, why are the C of E ( and other Christian denominations too) not trying to evangelise in non-Christian communities around England?
      I can see that missionaries might be in danger in formerly English cities like Dewsbury or Bradford or London’s Tower Hamlets, but that was always part of missionary work among barbarous peoples.
      On the plus side, if photographs of the missionaries having to be accompanied by police escorts were widely circulated,it might wake up a lot of people to the damage done to Merry England by irresponsible migration policies… .

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