British Government Favors Muslims Over Church of England
This is London ^ | 08.10.06
Posted on 10/09/2006 4:31:39 PM PDT
The Anglican Church is fighting what we have declared to be “super-citizenship” that Islam has been seeking in all nations in the EU. And as we see here Liberalism and Feminism and all the other “isms” are all but two willing to give these rights above all the peoples of their own nations. We have declared that it is the intent (Whether stated or unstated) of all of these “isms” to destroy Christianity, Judaism the bible, and all mentions of God – these people because of their sin and perversion burns deep in their hearts and souls seek to remove all moral barriers and all reminders of sin and God  -- they gladly rode the horse of communism, they rode the horse of socialism, they road the horse of the green party all have failed to bring about death of the church in Europe so they now gladly ride the horse of Islam and the slaughter and death of the children and grand children within their nations, as long as they wipe out the whole of the church and God in doing so.

Here we read of betrayed in England by the House of Commons and the House of Lords, first ceding the rights of British sovereignty to the EU, and now selling out their lands and people to their Muslim masters. 

What occurs in Iran has little consequence to the great holocaust that shall occur in one short generation in the whole of Europe. -- ***Unless a large meteor or comet should slam into the earth anytime soon and destroy one third of the seas, the president of Iran’s dreams both to build the bomb and vaporize Israel shall utterly fail. 

The Church of England has privately blamed the Government for favouring Islam over other religions, it was revealed today.

A document prepared by the Archbishop of Canterbury's adviser on other faiths accused ministers of showing political preference to Muslims and using taxpayers' money to promote Islam.

But, it said, the result has only been to deepen the divisions in society.

The report questioned why Britain is regarded as a 'multi-faith' society when more than seven out of ten people say they are Christians and only one in 20 follow another faith.

The protests within the Church of England are a further blow to the left-wing doctrine of multiculturalism that denigrates British history and tradition while insisting on the right of every minority group to develop its own culture.

The criticism of Labour's attitude to Muslims was presented to the CofE's bishops last week and is said to have been 'well received.'

In it, Dr Rowan Williams' advisor Canon Guy Wilkinson said that the Church of England had been 'sidelined' while 'preferential' treatment was accorded to Muslims.

The report cited a series of instances of bias in favour of Islam. These included public funding to fly Islamic scholars to Britain to preach, the abandonment of laws that would have made forced marriage a crime, and official encouragement for the development non-interest mortgage and loans that obey the letter of (Sharia) Islamic law.

But Canon Wilkinson, who made a reputation as an outspoken cleric in the 1990s while trying to maintain congregations at his inner city Birmingham church in the face of growing Muslim influence in his local area, said all of this had not helped to heal the gulf between some groups of Muslims and the rest of society.

His report said: 'One might argue that disaffection and separation is now greater than ever, with Muslim communities withdrawing further into a sense of victimhood, and other faith communities seriously concerned that the Government has given signals that appear to encourage the notion of a privileged relationship with sections of the Muslim community.'

It added: 'In relation to faith, there has been a divided, almost schizophrenic approach.'

The document said that the 'contribution of the Church of England in particular and Christianity in general to the underlying culture remains very substantial.

'It could certainly be argued that there is an agenda behind a claim that a five per cent adherence to other faiths makes for a multi-faith society.'

Canon Wilkinson, who was an archdeacon in Bradford during the 2001 riots, said that Communities Secretary Ruth Kelly's Commission on Cohesion and Integration that is designed to help bring Muslims into the mainstream is doomed to fail.

His report adds to the sense of frustration with multiculturalism within the CofE that was expressed last year by Archbishop of York Dr John Sentamu. Dr Sentamu said the doctrine tended to suppress the benefits of majority culture.

A spokesman for the Church of England said: 'This internal briefing note, produced by a Church official, is not designed as an attack on the Government but as a contribution to debate.'