January 19, 2016
Jewish Christian ruler to gays: “I’m sorry people were mean to you only because you rammed your penis up another man’s butthole.”
According to the Jewish leader of British Christianity, no one should ever be mean to another person – even if that person repeatedly rams his penis up another man’s anus.
The Archbishop of Canterbury has apologised to the gay and lesbian community for the “hurt and pain” caused by the church.
The Most Rev Justin Welby said it was a “constant source of deep sadness” that people were persecuted because of their sexuality as he spoke after a meeting of Anglican leaders.
Mr Welby said facing protesters, particularly those from Africa, was a reminder of the “pain and suffering of many LGBTI people around the world”.
“For me it’s a constant source of deep sadness, the number of people who are persecuted for their sexuality,” he said.
How could anyone judge a man simply for shoving his penis up another man’s anal passage, and then dancing in the street and screaming about having done so?
A modern Anglican communion involves adult homosexuals kissing little brown children. It’s for Jesus.
Is there anything more oppressive than saying that if a man rams his penis up another man’s anus, he shouldn’t make that action public, talk about it constantly and force children to hear about it at school?
“I don’t have the right to speak for everyone. I wanted to take this opportunity…to say how sorry I am for the hurt and pain, in the past and present, the church has caused.”
Mr Welby spoke after church leaders agreed to sanction the American branch of the Anglican Communion over its views on marriage and homosexuality.
The meeting of Anglican primates in Canterbury, Kent, reached an agreement on measures against the US Episcopal Church, which a statement said had made a “fundamental departure from the faith and teaching” by endorsing gay marriage.
The agreement upheld a “traditional doctrine” of marriage as being between a man and a woman.
Speaking at a press conference afterwards, Mr Welby admitted the church’s decision made it look outdated in some parts of the world such as the UK and the US, but not in others.
He insisted the US Episcopal Church had not been sanctioned but had faced “consequences”, and the decision was supported by the “overwhelming majority” of Anglican primates.
Presiding Bishop Michael Curry said: “All people are God’s children and that we’re all created equal in God’s eyes. Those who are baptised followers of Jesus – whether they are straight gay, lesbian, bisexual or transgendered – if they’re committed to following the way of Jesus, they should have equal access to all of the services and sacraments in the life of the church.
Speaking to BBC Radio 4’s World Tonight, he compared the experience of the gay and lesbian community to that of the African-American community “who were excluded and segregated”.
“Cocksuckers are truly the new niggers” he added, wiping a tear from his cheek.
He then added: “another man’s anus is one of the top ten places a true Christian should ram his penis.”