Friday, 8 February 2008

The Archbishop, Sharia Law and Christian Truth


A Message for the Archbishop of Canterbury, his druidness hissing sid:

Never mind Sharia Law - let's have some CHRISTIAN LAW!

Right: Rowan Williams in his previous incarnation as Anglican Archbishop of Wales (note the top shield includes a St David's Cross).

The Established Church (CofE) has remained woefully inadequate or impotent in the face of rampant governmental humanistic, Masonic, atheistic, quasi-Marxist laws on matters such as abortion, the family, homosexuality, stem cell research, schools, communities, "hatred," and much more.

Usury is RAMPANT and is threatening (as is its cyclic effect) to send millions to the wall.

Divorce and single parent families are out of control in the sense that the system makes it more cost-effective NOT to get married, and men have less sense of duty to their offspring.

The mass-murder of abortion is out of control and is used to back up a contraceptive-mentality which has seen the native birth rate plummet until we are not only not replacing ourselves - as a people we are DYING.

Capitalism sees our people used as cogs in a machine with the fact that many choose not to have families because they "can't afford it."

And in the background we have our soldiers sent off to fight in ILLEGAL non-winnable wars in which hundreds of thousands die.

So, Archbishop: WHAT ABOUT SOME CHRISTIANITY IN OUR LAWS?

Many of our laws used to be Christian, only overturned in the 60s and 70s. Many people were against the changes, but (as usual) they were steamrollered through by a political class that has more loyalty to Marx or the Lodge.

If you are a Christian, Archbishop (I ask the question in all seriousness because we've all seen Bishops, Protestant and Catholic, who clearly are not Christian or whose loyalties lie with outside agencies or political correctness a.k.a. moral relativism) then do not concern yourself with Islamic, Jewish, Hindu, Sikh, animist or any other "moral code."

Your duty, to your parishioners if not the country and what used to be called Christendom, is to promote Christianity (not merely to defend it, though very few Bishops actually do that).

A start might be to lead a crusade into the City of London against the usurers and the Lodges who so utterly control us economically and politically.

Or perhaps you should just have another cup of tea and spout of some meaningless multi-culti rubbish designed to get the Neo-Cons chomping at the bit about the rights homosexuals enjoy which would be under threat from the Muslims?

After all, who in the CofE wants any serious return to Christian morality, let alone any Christian laws being enshrined in the courts and parliament?

Unfortunately too many churchmen put their position and pension well ahead of any sense of duty, sacrifice and defence of Christian Truth.

As society crumbles around them, they share a heavy burden of responsibility. St Peter was amongst the disciples who hid away "for fear of the Jews" yet went on to be crucified for his Faith, so I suppose there's always hope of some courage amongst the clergy and its upper echelons.

Doesn't seem likely today though in the era of post-Blair Britain.

Link:
Archbishop of Canterbury's Official Site

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