The Supreme Court; Whigs in Wigs

7th November 2016 7

Picture ( Hamburg Parliament delegate announces the end of the nation state) Just what authority do these superannuated pseudo-patricians on the Supreme Court think entitles them to subvert the will of the people? These Whigs in wigs are nothing but a sinecures metropolitan elite; conscienceless men who presume to set themselves up as guardians of the nation’s conscience. In the … [Read on]

Peter Mullen; Is the Catholic Truth Society now the Catholic Feelings Society?

25th October 2016 7

There is a certain irony about so called Liberal Catholics’ impatience with the liberal Pope Francis (Magazine 21 Oct). They complain that the Pope’s reform programme is “rapidly becoming overdue.” In the 19th century, John Henry Newman predicted that the emerging choice for Christians in Europe would be between “liberalism and its antidote Catholicism.”  He stressed repeatedly that liberalism is … [Read on]

Modern democracy is the tyranny of secular values.

30th September 2016 9

You know how it is when you get a puzzle buzzing in your brain and you can’t rest until, as they say, you’ve got your head round it? I have such a pestering question in my head – it’s been there for the best part of a week: is Christianity compatible with democracy? Usually when I’m bothered by one of … [Read on]

Church of England – Latest Delivery of Drivel. Don’t miss out!

27th September 2016 1

The Church of St Jargon & All Gobbledegook – formerly known as the Church of England – is affectionately called “Jarg’s” or “Gob’s” by its devotees. It is “a resource  where exciting things are happening.” Last year, for example, they appointed Mike Eastwood, Liverpool Diocesan Secretary, to the “exciting” two days a week job of Director of the nationwide Reform and Renewal movement, aka “The … [Read on]

Archbishop Pokemon of Lambeth.

3rd August 2016 5

Is there no wheeze the Church of England won’t try, no stunt it will decline, no straw it won’t clutch at to halt the precipitous and catastrophic decline in its congregations? Sunday attendance has halved since 1970. Of course, these shocking figures are relentlessly massaged by the boys and girls in C. of. E. PR and Marketing PLC. The “overall” … [Read on]

Peter Mullen; Mother Theresa Mark II

1st August 2016 1

Our saintly new prime minster has promised to end slavery and trafficking not only in Britain but she has set up a fund – personally to be paid for by the taxpayer – to combat this evil in “the developing nations.” But this will be only the start of her plan to abolish everywhere all those things which are “not … [Read on]

Medieval Personality Disorders?

3rd December 2015 0

On every visit to the National Gallery, I’m always drawn to the early Italian paintings. They are in room 51 in the Sainsbury Wing. I was in there for an hour and a half yesterday. As the 14th century ends and we come into the 15th, it is hard not to notice a change in the style of these paintings. … [Read on]

Kissing the Sword of Islam

30th November 2015 1

Lord Harries, aka Richard Harries, former Bishop of Oxford, suggests that the Koran should be read at the next Coronation. He says this will make Muslims feel “embraced.” Well, you hug who you like, Richard, and I’ll hug who I like. This suggestion is a form of apostasy, a sin not unusual among the modern bishops – for the Coronation … [Read on]

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