Comments: Vicar of Dibley x 500

How many people will march with me to stop janeusingsillylogos?

Posted by Andrew Brown at Saturday, 15 January 2005 at 4:46pm GMT

Boycott Bliar

I am quite baffled that any decent person should want to appear in public with Mr Bliar but to see a group of smiling laughing women vicars taking a photo op with him is quite appalling! This is the man who has illegally waged war (the last vestige of any extremely dubious legality having now disappeared with the WMDs), collaborated in the slaughter of thousands of innocent Iraqi women and children and who illegally imprisons Muslims. By any reasonable definition (such as would be applied to, say, Saddam) it would be hard not to describe such behaviour as that of a war criminal and a terrorist. Yet C of E women vicars can laugh and joke with him as if they were St Tony and all angels!
For God’s sake let’s have a little bit of moral leadership from the Church! No one with any decency or humanity should have anything to do with Mr Bliar least of all anyone in the Church. He should be effectively excommunicated and ostracised: Instead of which he regularly pops up in pulpits pontificating about Paul’s letter to the Corinthians and the importance of love!!!
That Church people should laugh and joke with such a man is a profoundly insensitive insult to all his innocent victims. It’s as if to say, “We don’t mind how much murder, misery and mayhem he’s caused just so long as we can get a good photo op with the PM”!
David H Lewis,

Posted by David at Sunday, 16 January 2005 at 9:47pm GMT
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