Michael Nazir-Ali and the Last Crusade

Bishop says collapse of Christianity is wrecking British society – and Islam
is filling the void

Finally, some push back. The Bishop of Rochester has had personal experience of dhimmitude.

The collapse of Christianity has wrecked British society, a leading Church of England bishop declared yesterday.

It has destroyed family life and left the country defenceless against the rise of radical Islam in a moral and spiritual vacuum.
The Pakistani-born bishop dated the downfall of Christianity from the ‘social and sexual revolution’ of the 1960s.

He said Church leaders had capitulated to Marxist revolutionary thinking and quoted an academic who blames the loss of ‘faith and piety among women’ for the steep decline in Christian worship.

Dr Nazir-Ali said the ‘ newfangled and insecurely founded’ doctrine of multiculturalism has left immigrant communities ‘segregated, living parallel lives’.

Christian values of human dignity, equality and freedom could be lost as the way is left open for the advance of brands of Islam that do not respect Western values.

The KGB succeeded in undermining the West. That was what 1968 was all about. That was what Soviet support to Arafat was all about. The situation the West finds itself in today has been forty years in the making.

I went to Afghanistan an agnostic. I came back a Christian; lapsed, back-sliding, only born once, but comfortable lining up on the Christian side.

I am a Proud Infidel, and I Will Not Submit.



Filed under Idea War, Morale Operations

3 responses to “Michael Nazir-Ali and the Last Crusade

  1. suek

    Nature abhors a vacuum. Man needs a God – otherwise he makes himself a god and becomes a destroyer. I know there are atheists theoretically, but when you question them about what determines their measure of right and wrong, it turns out that they have no objective standard – meaning “if it’s good for me, it’s good” or they have a standard that is either adopted from religious antecedents, or lean towards the State as god(Communism). Mankind also needs the threat of an afterlife to keep him on the straight and narrow – otherwise, he attacks the power that attempts to limit him. Besides, there just isn’t any way to gainsay an afterlife when a creature such as man has an attitude of “You’re not the boss of me!” Like it says in the Bible: “Thou art a stiff necked race…!”

  2. suek

    Totally off topic, but I just ran across this:


    Interesting site…!

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