AN UNHOLY CHORUS

What a sight to behold! Gordon Brown, flanked by fellow lefties Australian prime minister Kevin Rudd and the Bishop of London, Richard Chartres, lecturing bankers on the need to behave morally. Setting the scene, the BBC had Druid Williams on this morning offering a series of empty-headed homilies concerning our need “to discover something of what it is to be human” – ie socialist. The Archbishop gets such an easy ride from the BBC, as indeed does the arch hypocrite Brown. The BBC seems to have missed the supreme irony of Brown lecturing anyone on the need to distinguish between right and wrong as he heads up an administration which is a stranger to the truth, mired in deceit.

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18 Responses to AN UNHOLY CHORUS

  1. Garden Trash says:

    Archbishop Swampy has done more damage to the CofE than even his sponsor Tony Blair could imagine.

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  2. It's all too much says:

    Do you know, I was of the impression that Jesus threw the money lenders out of the Temple

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  3. Jon says:

    Its all part of the New Labour puritanical agenda – I expect the archdruid is glad to be rid of the Bishop of Rochester – no doubt the next Bishop will be typical CofE ie. against christianity.

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  4. H says:

    I hate to agree but thats how its going – unless you’re an Islamic teacher!

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  5. Jack Hughes says:

    Catweazle speaks for 6 minutes without any mention of God or Jesus or any words or sentiments from the Bible.

    It’s all we need to know about him. It’s time for him to quit.

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  6. disillusioned_german says:

    Why not make a muslim the next Bishop of Rochester? That would be logical, wouldn’t it, Mr. Williams, right?

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  7. Jon says:

    disillusioned_german | 31.03.09 – 11:52 pm

    Imam of Rochester

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  8. Jack Hughes says:

    Dr Williams’ personal gospel is even worse than his hairstyle.

    His message is not of personal salvation through faith, good works and God’s grace. No it’s a collective vision of the government doing good things on your behalf – while you – while you – while you…

    Well what is the role of the individual soul in all this ? He doesn’t make it very clear. Probably we should not work in a bank, we should vote for Obama if we can, and maybe we should read the Guardian. Or Das Kapital. No need for the New Testament.

    He’s become a caricature of a wishy-washy vicar, nailing his colours to the fence and starting every sentence with the words

    “In a very real sense…”

    while bending over backwards to be nicey-nice to the muslims with his prattling about shariah law.

    He’s past his sell-by-date. It’s time for him to go.

    I don’t often quote Oliver Cromwell, but

    in the name of Christ, GO

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  9. Laurie Davis says:

    In the Episcopal Church in the US, I recall services that always ended with prayering for the Archibishop of Canterbury. I now realize he truly needed our prayers as he led a once great religion into the depths of hell. I also know that the Episcopal church here was not and is not far behind. I left after seeing Bishops and priests who did not believe in Christ and progressive, lefist views instead of faith and Love of God.

    I don’t need that in my church — I hear it from the BBC and read it in the New York Times every day.

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  10. Liquid P Gasse says:

    Pity archbish platitude didnt refer to the incessant sleaze and disgraceful money grubbing and untruths of govt ministers –

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  11. frankos says:

    Pity is that the Bish is not only the head of the COE but supposed to be an ambassador to the secular world portraying the CoEs policies in a demonstrably practical way.
    This burbling beardie fails in every aspect of his remit and should be sacked (or crucified if possible)
    He has absolutely no resonance with normal people

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  12. frankos says:

    incidentally am I the only one who turns off the “thought for today” leftie nonsense.
    Are all religious people book learned but thick?

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  13. David Preiser (USA) says:

    Leave it to the Beeboids to use religion as a cloak in which to wrap their Socialist notions. What a bunch of crass opportunists.

    This is exploitation of people’s emotions, not a thoughtful discussion.

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  14. David H says:

    Williams is about as much use as a one-legged man in an arse kicking contest – the very model of a weak, wet and woolly C of E vicar and I speak as a C of E member!
    Interesting, too, how only 5 out 44 bishops favoured ringing church bells on St Geogre’s day. `Too assertive’, said one! Tells it all, really.

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  15. AndrewSouthLondon says:

    Williams is a complete and utter useless prick. The only case against trying to sort him out is that it would take the entire remaing UK GDP for shrinks time

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  16. Jack Hughes says:

    @Frankos – the Queen is head of the CofE

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  17. frankos says:

    Jack Hughes
    yes sorry about that –got overexcited in the heat of the moment.
    Anyway the monarch might not be head of CoE for long if succession rules go through!

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  18. CSS says:

    He wears white like a virgin; then kills people on the side!! He’s another Brit who doesn’t believe in going to the dentist!!

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