August 15, 2014
The Archbishop of Canterbury, who is of Jewish descent, does not miss any chance to promote the White genocide agenda, even stooping so low as to use the tragic sawing in half of a young boy by ISIS as an excuse for it.
When he should have been condemning Islam and cursing Mohammed as the Apostle Paul instructed Christians to do in his letter to the Galatians, Archbishop Justin Welby ignored the Bible and read from Article 18 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights instead.
He then invoked the holy name of the mythical ‘International Community,’ before adding the obligatory Jewish lie about Britain’s doors always being open for the savage hordes to come in, throughout all of history. Thus planting the false idea in people’s minds that if we will only allow all the third world savages into Britain, then all the problems in the third world will cease.
In an interview today, an emotional Canon Andrew White told ACNS that he christened the boy several years ago, and that the child’s parents had named the lad Andrew after him.
“I’m almost in tears because I’ve just had somebody in my room whose little child was cut in half,” he said. “I baptised his child in my church in Baghdad2. This little boy, they named him after me – he was called Andrew.”
The fact that Andrew’s brother was named George after St George’s Anglican Church in Iraq’s capital demonstrates the strong ties the family had to the church there. The boy’s father had been a founder member of the church back in 1998 when the Canon had first come to Baghdad. Canon White added, “This man, before he retired north to join his family was the caretaker of the Anglican church.”
Though the move north should have proved safer for the Iraqi Christian family, the Islamic State made sure that it became a place of terror. “This town of Qaraqosh is a Christian village so they knew everybody there was part of their target group,” said Canon White. “They [the Islamic State] attacked the whole of the town. They bombed it, they shot at people.
The Archbishop of Canterbury, Justin Welby, issued the following statement today on the situation in Iraq, shortly before he travelled from the Philippines to Papua New Guinea.
“The horrific events in Iraq rightly call our attention and sorrow yet again. Christians and other religious minorities are being killed and face terrible suffering.
“What we are seeing in Iraq violates brutally people’s right to freedom of religion and belief, as set out under Article 18 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. It is extremely important that aid efforts are supported and that those who have been displaced are able to find safety. I believe that, like France, the United Kingdom’s doors should be open to refugees, as they have been throughout history.
“The international community must document human rights abuses being committed in northern Iraq so that future prosecutions can take place. It is important and necessary for the international community to challenge the culture of impunity which has allowed these atrocities to take place.
In days gone by, the leader of the Church would have been calling for a crusade to free the Holy Land from the infidel. Nowadays, with a Mischling in charge, he calls for the infidels to invade Christendom and tells Christians we should be opening the doors for them.