The leader (after the Queen) of the Church of England, Archbishop Justin Welby, says that the European Union:
…has brought peace, prosperity, compassion for the poor and weak, purpose for the aspirational, and hope for all its people….That diversity is one of the gifts of the Europe of the EU.
Welby is referring to the massive influx of Muslim migrants throughout Europe. Yet he shows no recognition whatsoever of the fact that Europe has imported another kind of diversity: now all over Europe one sees the “diversity” of damaging behavior stemming from Islamic supremacist and jihadi indoctrination.
To Welby, the more immigration, the better. Never mind what we are now seeing in Europe: Jews and Christians persecuted for their beliefs, girls abused by Muslim rape gangs, FGM, child marriage, honor violence and killings, wife-beatings, violent sharia patrols, and jihad attacks.
Archbishop Welby is either willfully blind, mentally deficient, corrupt, or all of the above. This mentality of justifying evil, failing to protect the innocent, and indifference toward victims of heinous abuse is a cancer eating through the Church.
The Archbishop of Canterbury has much in common with the leader of the Catholic Church, Pope Francis. Because of safety concerns, neither of these men have opened their personal quarters to Muslim migrants. They have not personally paid the price of “kindness” and “diversity” that they expect ordinary citizens to pay. Neither have the European leaders who are aiding in the Hijra. They are guarded by their security details, while their citizens are unprotected and pay the price for their policies.
“Archbishop Welby Says EU ‘Greatest Human Dream Realised Since Romans,’ Brought ‘Diversity,’” by Liam Deacon, Breitbart, June 5, 2018:
The principal leader of the Church of England has declared the European Union (EU) “the greatest dream realised for human beings since the fall of the Western Roman Empire”.
The Archbishop of Canterbury, Justin Welby, made the statement in a speech to the General Assembly of the Conference of European Churches (CEC) in Serbia on Sunday.
“[The EU] has brought peace, prosperity, compassion for the poor and weak, purpose for the aspirational, and hope for all its people,” he claimed.
He also highlighted how there are “Muslims, Hindus, Buddhists, and many of no faith at all” in European now, arguing:
“That diversity is one of the gifts of the Europe of the EU, but to live with that diversity must call for the gift of reconciliation through the church.”
Returning to Brexit, he seemed to link the vote to bigotry, attacking “the rise of Euroscepticism, the flames of which are fanned by ‘scare stories’ about migration and refugees”, according to the Church Times….