Sheela-na-Gig aka Jeanne Rathbone

Bankers/wankers/money changers/Cameron/Christianity

Posted in Bankers/Wankers/Money lenders, Cameron's Christianity by sheelanagigcomedienne on January 20, 2012

Cameron endorses the English version of religious fantasy books called the gospels or the Bible. What I am saying is that the Bible has helped to give Britain a set of values and morals which make Britain what it is today. The smarmy bastard even invokes Mrs T “Indeed, as Margaret Thatcher once said, “we are a nation whose ideals are founded on the Bible.”

He goes on to list some HUMAN values . “Responsibility, hard work, charity, compassion, humility, self-sacrifice, love, pride in working for the common good and honouring the social obligations we have to one another, to our families and our communities, these are the values we treasure.”

The sanctimonious  creep should apologise to us non-believers for appropriating HUMAN values.  

Cameron thinks our values are derived from the  writings of the  fab four celebrity gossip writers Matthew, Mark, Luke and John who were a very drab, humourless bunch. Women hardly feature in their stories which focus mainly on three years of the life of their superstar Jesus Christ from the time he came out at 30 to his predicted gory death by crucifixion. They were written long after he died and they lack  any interesting detail or analysis of the times,  lifestyle, fashion etc.

Cameron knows that GOD is a backword DOG

Cameron claimed to be  a “committed but vaguely practising Church of England Christian” who, while he would stand up for the values and principles” of his faith, was “full of doubts and, like many, constantly grappling with the difficult questions when it comes to some of the big theological issues”.

The Bullingdon Bully is constantly grappling with the difficult questions when it comes to some of the big theological issues”. If if he is so busy with constantly grappling with the difficult questions when it comes to some of the big theological issues he should either give up his addiction to constantly grappling with the difficult questions when it comes to some of the big theological issues OR  he should RESIGN.

Terry Sanderson of the National Secular Society:

“Mr Cameron’s promotion of faith for other people when his own is so wishy-washy is typical of a politician who thinks religion is a useful means of social control. But you cannot force people to believe what they have reasoned to be untrue. Nor will they be convinced that religion is the only route to morality. The daily headlines from around the world have shown that religion can be a thousand times more destructive than any rioter in Tottenham.

“The British Social Attitudes Survey published last week showed that 65% of young people in Britain don’t have a religion – and they aren’t going to be forced to have one. The report ended with a warning to politicians that trying to use religion as a political tool would likely damage them at the ballot box. It seems the Prime Minister is going to learn that lesson the hard way.”

Andrew Copson British Humanist Asssociation.

“As a simple factual statement what the prime minister said is incorrect – only a minority of people in Britain are practising Christians and over half of the population sees itself as non-religious according to the latest British Social Attitudes survey.

“The most hopeful political reading of his speech is that Mr Cameron doesn’t really mean it and that his statements are intended as a way to pacify the increasingly strident lobbying of a minority of Christians for more influence in our public life and greater privilege for those with Christian beliefs.

“Most concerning would be if the prime minister were serious. A politician and a government that tried to make Christianity and Christian beliefs the foundation of British values or a social morality would be building on seriously unstable foundations. All the evidence is that religion makes no difference in terms of a person’s social and moral behaviour.”

If he is constantly grappling with the big theological issues why hasn’t he done something about the BANKERS/WANKERS/AND MONEY LENDERS  like his pin-up Jesus.

“ And Jesus went into the temple of God, and cast out all of them who sold and bought in the temple, and overthrew the tables of the moneychangers, and the seats of them that sold doves,

And said unto them, It is written, My house shall be called the house of prayer; but ye have made it a den of thieves.

This is the only account of Jesus using physical force. Usually he was such a wimp.



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