Tuesday, December 16, 2008

Brits Throw Jesus Under The Bus


Since America kicked the Sun-Never-Sets crowd in the War of 1812 they have been going downhill as a nation. We bailed them out of two World Wars and you would think that the former, wonderful historically and tradition ladened, British Empire would have been able to pick themselves up and once again grow a pair. The biggest pair in the 20th century was Churchill. Sadly, the last Prime Minister of England (now often called the UK in keeping with the woosy EU mindset) to have a big pair was Margaret Thatcher. Tony Blair, though the pair was small, had them. The islamification of Europe has taken a bitter bite of the once proud and magnificent concept of British Common Law that dates back to when King John signed the Magna Carta in 1215AD. As an Anglophile I take great interest in the history and culture of England (sorry, "England" is not PC - my bad). Well, the Brits have just crossed another line into dimmitude. Jesus is finally banished and thrown under the bus. The Brits seem to think it is only fair to not offend (guess who) convicts in prison. So much for the rights of Anglicans or other Christian traditions. At least the Salvation Army, founded in London in 1865, is safe. Oops, too late for that one. Things are really digressing fast on the other side of the pond.

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