2067: End of Church of England

The above prediction is not mine.

On June 13, 2015, Damian Thompson, British author and a Catholic ‘expert on religion’ made that prediction at Jewish magazine, The Spectator.

It’s often said that Britain’s church congregations are shrinking, but that doesn’t come close to expressing the scale of the disaster now facing Christianity in this country. Every ten years the census spells out the situation in detail: between 2001 and 2011 the number of Christians born in Britain fell by 5.3 million — about 10,000 a week. If that rate of decline continues, the mission of St Augustine to the English, together with that of the Irish saints to the Scots, will come to an end in 2067,” Thompson claimed.

Strangely, the Jewish controlled British media has never called Damian Thompson anti-Semite even though he blamed Jews for hating Christian in a column published at The Telegraph on July 29, 2010.

Christian anti-Semitism, Muslim anti-Semitism, Christian Islamophobia, Muslim persecution of Christians – all of these are acceptable topics of debate. But not Jewish hostility to Christianity,” Thompson wrote.

In his latest article, Thompson has blamed Church of England for ‘not going with the flow’, Polly Toynbee, Richard Dawkins (an atheist professor at Oxford University) and Jew-controlled anti-Islam BBC for Christians leaving the religion of their forefathers. Thompson, surprisingly, didn’t follow UK’s Jewish Lobby, prime minister David Cameron and UKIP leader Nigel Farage (both with Jewish family roots), blaming British Muslim community (2.4 million) for the so-called “rise” in country’s hatred of Jews.

Between 2012 and 2014 the proportion of Britons describing themselves as Church of England or Anglican fell from 21 to 17 per cent: a loss of 1.7 million people in two years. That’s what you might expect if the established church had been engulfed in a gigantic paedophiles scandal,” says Thompson.

Sarah Mullally, 53, the Church of England newly bishop designate, however, is not worried about the decline of Christian worshippers or rise of Islamic faith in United Kingdom. “Declining numbers at services should not necessarily be a cause of despair for churches because people will still “encounter God” without ever taking their place in a pew,” she says.

I hate to point finger at Thompson, but doesn’t he know he is committing the greatest sin of anti-Semitism by attacking the Church of England which is headed by Jewish Justin Welby. In fact, Welby’s predecessor, Dr. George Leonard Carey (1991-2002) is a staunch supporter of Israel and UK’s LGBT community.

Dr. Geoffrey Rowan Williams, former Archbishop of Canterbury was the only Anglican leader who stood-up to the British Jewish Lobby. He proclaimed that some Islamic values can enrich British society. The truth made Israeli dogs chase him until he retired. On February 15, 2008, Jewish New York Post awarded Williams with the honor of Ayatullah of Canterbury and demanded his immediate resignation.

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One response to “2067: End of Church of England

  1. Inaam Ellahi Sheikh

    How did you know about this prediction dated 13th June 2015 at 7.17 am on 12th June 2015.?

    Sent from Yahoo Mail on Android

    From:”Rehmat’s World” Date:Fri, 12 Jun, 2015 at 7:17 Subject:[New post] 2067: End of Church of England

    rehmat1 posted: “The above prediction is not mine. On June 13, 2015, Damian Thompson, British author and a Catholic ‘expert on religion’ made that prediction at Jewish magazine, The Spectator. “It’s often said that Britain’s church congregations are shrinking, but t”

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