Apologies in advance to any protestant Christians.
I’m Livid, the bloody Eton schooled Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby has finally spoke up on people going hungry here in the UK ; so what does he do, writes in the Mail on Sunday. He use this space to preach about bigger foodbanks, a rise in the minimum wage, free school meals all year round and making it harder to sanction benefit recipients.
I admit as an atheist, I think the only point of Churches are as Historical buildings, linked to a time of blind obedience to a richer man; and the sanctimonious drivel from Welby has not changed my opinion.
If this man was really worried about the poorer people
- he’d be leading an inquiry into WHY we need Foodbanks not talking of expending them
- he’d be campaigning for a decent Living Wage not a mere increase of the minimum;
- he’d by demanding to know WHY people on benefits are bring treated as forth class citizens and
- he’d by instructing his churches to pay taxes on their income.
This would be something worth writing about?