Saturday 2 May 2009
The Church of England - history and crimes
Today the Church of England is once again seeking to mix politics and religion.
The Church of England has burnt many thousands of people for heresy in its time, and what it has has done in the past it will do once again if circumstances demand.
It only takes a change in the nature of our society to change the nature of the Church.
Today the Church seeks to burn the reputation of those in the BNP in the bonfires of the press and seeks to use public opinion to attack the BNP and its members.
This is the start of a new campaign against the 'heretics' of the BNP and the start of a new inquistion.
The question we have to ask then is what if the Church had real political power in the future in our country - would the leaders of the Church once again stoke the flames of real hate in the real world and our society and seek to cast the new heretics into their real bonfires.
Would we, those they regard as heretics, suffer again as our people once did in the past - those who the Church threw in the bonfires such as Witches, Pagans and heretics who did not agree with either the religious dogma or politics of the Church.
Off to the bonfires again would go all those like me who despise the new marxist liberalism of the Church and who study the Gnostic Gospels and indigenous heathen religions of the UK.
Thats why the Church of England should stay clear of politics because of the shame it should feel for its history of murder, violence, terror and burnings of heretics.
The insidious creeping re-politicisation of the Church and the Bishops is like spitting in the face of God in whose name they killed millions in the past and spitting in the faces all those that the Church has slaughtered over its bloody history after condemning them as heretics.
Only by showing true contrition, and staying out of politics forever, can the Church of England truly atone for its endless historical crimes.
The more the church seeks to re-engage with society on political issues, the more it demonstrates that it has not atoned for its sins of the past and that in fact it has become more of threat to society than ever.
If the Church cannot see that because of its past that it should not be involved in politics, then that threatens us all in the future.
The past always repeats itself.
I feel afraid when the Church seeks to re-politicise itself, as I have studied the terrible history of death, mayhem and murder that the Church has been involved in throughout history when it allowed its senior ranks and the church itself to mix religion and politics.
I have seen the Taliban do the same, and the Islamists, as both mix politics and religion - and I fear where the Church of England is going.
Todays touchy feely liberal Bishop who is allowed to mix religion and politics may pave the way to tomorrows new Witch Finder General.
The Burning Times must never be allowed to begin again.
First they use the BNP as a way to attack those they define as 'non-Christian' and tomorrow it will be pagans, witches, Druids and Wiccans and anyone else whose politics, opinions or ideas they do not like.
All of us have a duty to stand against the Fascists In Frocks, the Clerical Fascists of the Church of England.
The church of england has no moral authority anymore simply because of its evil past.
Therefore when it seeks to become involved in politics and moralising it must be resisted.