Tuesday, September 22, 2015

Giles Fraser Says Internet Stole Anglican Communion

Celebrity leftist Vicar and Aleister Crowley lookalike, Giles Fraser, claims that the internet stole the Anglican Communion and broke it.

This is him, writing for the Guardian:

"But it was the world wide web that finally did for global ecclesiastical solidarity. Through the web, different churches could finally experience each other’s theology first hand. We could read their sermons and church pronouncements. And they could read ours. And we didn’t like what we saw. Western liberals saw anti-gay bigotry. African conservatives saw an abandonment of the traditional gospel. We had become strangers to each other. No, worse than that: we realised we were fighting on very different sides. And, however hard they tried (and Rowan Williams really did) the men in mitres could not put Humpty together again."

Right, the Internet did it. 

No, it was comsymp leftists who had lost their faith and were busy shilling for the Mantis People that broke the Communion. Normal Christians didn't want to be part of that, so they walked.

Mantis People, Ripping Off  a Communion

In the meanwhile, this shill can go on pretending to be anti-establishment by writing for the Guardian. But who's fooled. 

Fraser, I don't care if you're hermetically channeling Aleister Crowley. You are an Illuminati dupe stooge for the New World Order of gayness.

Kick out the Jams,



LL said...

That's a bit like asserting that the dog ate the homework, isn't it?

LSP said...

The Internet has a voracious appetite.