UK: Archbishop Makes Eastern Sermon About Accepting Refugees

The Archbishop of Canterbury is basically running cover for the pope.

He’s so over-the-top that he makes the pope seem like Adolf Hitler.

It’s obligatory to note that Justin Welby’s father was a Jewish merchant (Weiler) who became a politician. Welby doesn’t even claim to have been raised religiously. He’s literally just a homosexual Jewish shill.


The government’s plan to send some asylum seekers from the UK to Rwanda is “the opposite of the nature of God”, the Archbishop of Canterbury has said.

In his Easter sermon, Justin Welby said Christ’s resurrection was not the time for “subcontracting our responsibilities”.

He also called for a ceasefire in Ukraine and spoke of his concern over the cost of living crisis.

The government says change is needed to protect lives from people smugglers.

Under the Β£120m scheme – which was announced this week – people deemed to have entered the UK unlawfully will be transported to the east African country, where they will be allowed to apply for the right to settle.

It has faced widespread opposition, with more than 160 charities and campaign groups urging ministers to scrap what they described as a “cruel” policy. It has also been criticised by opposition parties and some Conservatives.

Speaking at Canterbury Cathedral on Easter Sunday, Mr Welby said there were “serious ethical questions about sending asylum seekers overseas”.

He added: “The details are for politics and politicians. The principle must stand the judgment of God, and it cannot.

“…And it cannot carry the weight of our national responsibility as a country formed by Christian values; because sub-contracting out our responsibilities, even to a country that seeks to do well like Rwanda, is the opposite of the nature of God, who himself took responsibility for our failures.”

Meanwhile, in Russia:

Basically, Christians have adopted the atheist idea that “Christianity just means being nice.”

It’s similar to the way that neo-Nazis adopt a Hollywood version of Nazism, i.e., “Nazism just means being mean.”

It’s all really just a complete mess.