For the sake of defending the Christian faith, it is time to stick a fork in the Church of England.
The occupiers of St Paul’s Cathedral were still eating their Christmas pudding when Richard Chartres, the Bishop of London, the third most senior cleric in the Church of England, told them their deed should be memorialised and turned into a spiritual legacy for the future.
“We are looking for ways of honouring what has been said when the camp moves on,” he said. One suggestion is to erect a tent in the church itself so that worshippers could come together and discuss how to make the world a better place.
This is blasphemy not only against Christianity, but against Britain’s proud pre-moonbat history.
It is worth recalling that St Paul’s has traditionally served as the site of state funerals of British military leaders, including the Duke of Wellington, Horatio Nelson and the wartime prime minster, Winston Churchill. This is a church where those who have made an outstanding contribution to the life of the nation are celebrated and laid to rest. St Paul’s contains the tombs of such distinguished figures as the architect Christopher Wren, the scientist Alexander Fleming and the sculptor Henry Moore.
Actually, the Occucommies — who managed to close down St. Paul’s for the first time since WWII — have already left their own memorials, by repeatedly defecating on the floor of the church and spray-painting the walls with literally satanic graffiti:
The response from the moonbat bureauweenies presiding over the corpse of the Church of England:
Giles Fraser, the former canon of St Paul’s, responded to the occupation of his church as a kind of second coming of the Saviour. Back in October he stated that he could “imagine Jesus being born in the camp”.
Occupy camps do smell like stables. But glorifying the scum comprising Occupy London takes turning the other cheek to the point of absurdity.