Sunday, February 10, 2008

Bishop of Cantebury calling for Sharia Law in England?

I'll say it again. The Western world has gone nuts, bonkers, crazy - PC means "prostration to the caliphate"... Seems like the Archbishop of Cantebury is calling for Sharia Law to be accepted in the UK to get along with Muslims. Hmm... Are the links within these posts really true or just a hoax? I wasn't the only one, thank God and Britain adopting Sharia Law?. My guess true - England is gone; its conversion to Islam only a matter of time. Here's the deal. In Western nations there should be no burkas allowed, no face coverings, no head scarfs, no foot washing stations (really disciminates against genuine religions that adhere to the separation of church and state/secular laws that govern a civilized society. No honor killings unless treated as murders under criminal law; no Sharia banking. In essence, no invasion of the culture by Islamic law. In the United States, we have laws to which we much all adhere, unless of course one is an illegal alien then no laws apply seemingly. We must end the Islamist's recruiting in our prisons and we must end any and all discrimination of women within the Muslim community. Women in America are not second class citizens; they are not enslaved as a general rule; and women can have jobs, bank accounts, freedoms unheard of for women in Islamic dominated nations. On England, sad all those folks lost their lives on those pilgrimages to the Holy Land just to have the culture they were proud of turn itself on its heels and bow to Islamic demands. And so England steps from the stage of greatness not with a bang but with the swish of a burka...


Blogger Steve Harkonnen said...

Well, let's not forget one thing: This fool is a Catholic. He is nothing but a figurehead - a false prophet.

9:02 PM  
Blogger Dr.D said...

Rowan Williams is said to be one of the most brilliant men in England today. He was Lady Margaret Professor of Theology at Cambridge (or was it Oxford) for a time before becoming Bishop of Wales (or is it Archbishop of Wales; at any rate, head of the Church in Wales). Everyone thought he was absolutely top notch, such a fine choice.

When he was selected for the post of Archbishop of Canterbury, one of the first things he did was to make a stop along the way to be invested as a Druid. That should have told us something -- a lot actually!

His leadership in the five years since he took over as Archbishop of Canterbury has been an absolute, unmitigated disaster. Every thing he has done has been one step forward and two steps backward. The reason for this is the initial step has always, invariably, been in the wrong direction. He just does not get it. He is an academic airhead, much better at considering abstract theological speculations than the real problems of Christ's Church on the ground. He is totally incapable of leadership and everyone looks at him much the same way they look at a clown, an object of derision.

The Archbishop of York, Dr. Semantu, is likewise not much of a leader, although not given to the foolish statements of Dr. Williams. We simply do not hear much at all from York. This leaves the Anglican Church largely without anyone to speak for it effectively, at least from England. The only one who is trying to do that is the bishop of Rochester, Bp. Nazir-Ali. In hindsight, Bp. Nazir-Ali should have been the one chosen for Canterbury, and maybe he will be yet of Williams will just show a little bit of grace and resign.

9:43 PM  
Blogger Brian, aka Nanoc, aka Norski said...

I'm not so sure that "England is gone."

From what I've seen in the British news, the Archbishop's inept statement about sharia law has encouraged at least one paper to call for his removal: and another round of outrage from Britons.

I wouldn't go quite as far as you seem to, though. Although I may have misinterpreted your call for a 'no burkas' rule.

I'm not sure that a national dress code is the best approach for a nation that at least claims to be free.

Think of the consequences: Given the biases of many of the Washington types, I'd be afraid that flannel shirts would be the next sort of apparel to be outlawed!

12:15 AM  
Blogger Beach Girl said...

Brian, yep, they would outlaw flannel shirts. They're already getting into controlling our foods.

I just hope England is not "gone".

To all, thank you for your comments.

9:07 AM  
Anonymous islam666 said...

The Bishop of Carlisle has spoken up in support of Christianity! He must be arrested immediately and charged with Islamophobia!!

After he has served his mandatory 7 years sentence, the Arch Dhimmi of Canterbistan might grant him forgiveness on condition he attends Islamic Awareness and Celebration of Diversity courses.

Now just in case you think the Bishop of Carlisle is some sort of fundamentalist, make sure you check out the spooky manifestation of 666 in the house of commons that folows this:

"A senior bishop has compared the Government to a demonic seven-headed beast for imposing its morality on society.

The Rt Rev Graham Dow likened the Labour administration to the beast which appears in the Bible's apocalyptic Book of Revelation.

Speaking at a General Synod... the Bishop said: "I happen to believe that our Government is moving into the realm of imposing its morality and it is therefore becoming a Revelation 13 Government rather than a Romans 13 Government."

Chapter 13 in the Book of Revelation begins: "As I stood upon the sand of the sea, and saw a beast rise up out of the sea, having seven heads and ten horns, and upon his horns ten crowns, and upon his heads the names of blasphemy.

"And the beast which I saw was like unto a leopard, and his feet were as the feet of a bear, and his mouth as the mouth of a lion: and the dragon gave him his power, and his seat and great authority."

It ends: "Let him that hath understanding count the number of the beast: for it is the number of a man; and his number is Six hundred threescore and six."

Bishop Dow, whose comments followed the Archbishop of Canterbury's controversial remarks on Islamic law, later claimed he was not calling members of the Government themselves as demons, but said the Book of Revelation was portraying the Roman Empire in those terms."



" 666 raises it’s ugly head in British House of Commons debate

By Michael Ireland
Chief Correspondent, ASSIST News Service
LONDON, ENGLAND (ANS) -- Whether or not you are a student of prophecy, a conspiracy theorist, or dabble in the art of biblical numerology, you may find interesting or disturbing the fact that a motion calling for the disestablishment of the Church of England has been listed in the British House of Commons as 666 -- the Number of the Beast.

According to Ruth Gledhill, Religion Correspondent of The Times, Labour Member of Parliament (MP) John Austin, who has repeatedly tabled Early Day Motions urging disestablishment, put down his latest motion last night as MPs debated scrapping Britain's blasphemy laws.

The motion appeared on the House of Commons order paper numbered 666, the number associated with the Antichrist in the Book of Revelation. Some scholars believe 666 referred to the Emperor Nero, Gledhill reported.

The King James Bible renders Revelation 13:8 as: "Here is wisdom. Let him that hath understanding count the number of the beast: for it is the number of a man; and his number is Six hundred threescore and six."

Bob Russell, Liberal Democrat MP for Colchester and one of the signatories, said: “It is incredible that a motion like this should have, by chance, acquired this significant number. This number is supposed to be the mark of the Devil. It looks as though God or the Devil have been moving in mysterious ways."

Russell added: “What is even stranger is that this motion was tabled last night when MPs were debating blasphemy.”

According to Gledhill, the motion is unlikely to be debated. "But momentum for looser ties between Church and State is growing, as the support for the repeal of the blasphemy law illustrates. The blasphemy law favors Christianity and in particular the Church of England," she says.

Gledhill writes that although the attempt by Liberal Democrat MP Evan Harris to amend the Criminal Justice Bill was unsuccessful, the Prime Minister Gordon Brown has disclosed that he is consulting with the churches about its repeal.

A report by the Associated Press (AP) on says the beast of the Book of Revelation "intruded into the banter of the House of Commons" on Thursday when a motion calling for the disestablishment of the Church of England was numbered 666.

The last book of the Bible says 666 is the number of a beast that "had two horns like a lamb, and…spake as a dragon," and that "doeth great wonders, so that he maketh fire come down from heaven on the earth in the sight of men."

The motion simply states: "That this House calls for the disestablishment of the Church of England" -- in other words ending its status as the country's legally established, official faith.

The AP report says that such motions rarely result in any action, but are used by members to publicize issues. Other members may sign the motion as an indication of support. By Thursday afternoon, the number of the signers was three.

The Church of England, created by King Henry VIII's breach with Rome, is the legally established faith in England. The monarch, by law, is obliged to be a member, and has the title of Supreme Governor of the church.

"Eyebrows were raised in the House of Commons on Thursday when a motion calling for the Church of England to be disestablished was listed with the number 666, symbol of the AntiChrist," says an Agence France Presse (AFP) report carried byYahoo!NewsUK.

"This number is supposed to be the mark of the Devil. It looks as though God or the Devil have been moving in mysterious ways," said Bob Russell, a Liberal Democrat MP among those proposing the motion for debate. What is even stranger is that this motion was tabled last night when MPs were debating blasphemy," he added.

The motion calls for an end to the formal link between Church and State in England -- embodied in the monarch, Queen Elizabeth II, who is both head of state and head of the Church of England.

The number 666 is referred to in the Book of Revelation in the Bible: "Here is wisdom. Let him that hath understanding count the number of the beast for it is the number of a man; and his number is six hundred, three score and six."

"It is incredible that a motion like this should have, by chance, acquired this significant number," said Russell. "

8:09 PM  

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