I was given ‘The Road To Canterbury’ for Christmas – no nothing to do with Bob Hope on this occasion – rather the unauthorised biography of the new Archbishop Of Canterbury, Justin Welby, written by Andrew Atherstone, and I’ve read the first half of it. Interestingly, it claims that Welby didn’t grant any interviews personally, although he permitted his friends and colleagues to talk with the author. There is so much personal detail, however, that you wonder how the friends would possibly have known it all.
It’s not exactly riveting reading, but the reader is clearly being invited to feel a bit of excitement and expectation of things to happen at this new appointment. Some bits caught my eye. He and his wife honeymooned exclusively in Israel. His father, originally Gavin Weiler, changed to Welby for the First World War like the Royal Family, was clearly quite a cove with connections into the mafia and involvement with bootlegging in the US. ‘He told lots of stories but one was never really sure what was true and what wasn’t…He was a great keeper of secrets……There was no hiding the fact he was a complicated man.’ His mother was Winston Churchill’s personal secretary from 1949 onwards, hired because of her family ‘connections’.
There is little in Welby’s background that doesn’t reek of of secret goings-on, and connection to the kind of secret societies that are capable of running unspoken agendas while projecting a traditional British public face of institutional conformity.
There is a chapter on his successful career in the oil industry where he was involved in much successful financial speculation. You might almost suspect a hint of insider knowledge reading between the lines. Comically the book makes much of the shock of leaving the corporate salary for the vicar’s stipend, as if no funds at all had been salted away during Welby’s fantastically successful splurge at Enterprise Oil, or inherited from either of his clearly very wealthy parents.
The flavour of Welby’s Christianity is of the charismatic, born gain variety, much in fashion in the 1970s when he converted while at Cambridge. He talks of the experience of the relationship with Jesus Christ, and how your life can be enhanced by allowing Christ to control your every thought and decision. Evil gets a mention, although it is almost exclusively to be found within yourself. You need to be on your guard against your own evil, and not that of any elite secret programmes such as he must know about from his corporate career, if not from both his parents.
He is an innovator, and has managed to build the congregation and activity level in all the parishes put under his care, with many extra-church service activities springing up, making the church a focus of the community’s social life, bringing in children of all ages, even organising holidays away from home for large numbers of them.
Now he’s been put in charge of the Anglican Church throughout Britain, presumably similar programmes will be rolled out everywhere. Church pews are being removed and replaced with less formal chairs. Churches are being equipped with canteens and stages to hold non-church-service events, as might have at one time been found in parish halls.
In total, summat’s going on here. A roll-out of a major social programme. Religion has been re-honed to serve the needs of the elites, bringing the usual access to children, control of the community and a navel-gazing form of Christianity, which won’t encourage anyone to point the finger at corruption and evil in government or anywhere else. In fact, people will be encouraged to join in locally, and mind their own business, merely enjoying the softness of this joyous experience. Opposition to the powerful can be nicely neutralised by church attendance as has been achieved for hundreds, if not thousands of years.
It’s just that the process is being updated, and Welby’s being rushed forward to complete this overdue and much-needed task, with his array of names for his programmes, which have included the following – SALT, LAZER, IMAGE, ID, The Adventure Zone, The Activity Zone, designed to appeal to people of different ages, but mostly young. The Frankfurt School decided to bring an end to church attendance in the 1920s as part of engineering a collapse in the community, enabling authoritarian power to be imposed over an enfeebled society. The surge in opposition to the powerful that’s emerging, in places like The Tap Blog and the alternative media, as well as in the mainstream political system, is clearly worrying those who intend to maintain their power into the future.
Religion is being re-conscripted to plug a gap in identity-building that’s spilling discontent everywhere, and enabling people to wise up to the evil intent that sits behind every programme and action of government, institution or corporation. Welby’s been tasked with sending everyone straight back to sleep. His thumbs up picture at the top says its all. AOK. Please go back to sleep, sheeple. The elites want to keep exploiting you, financially, militarily, sexually – every damn way – and you’re required to just smoke a bit of the good ole ‘opium for the people’, new style, designed for the 21st century.
called ‘The Mystic Realm of Death‘ free on You Tube.
He starts by asking ‘what is the definition of death?’ – We have only negative definition – the opposite …………….of life. Fascinating.
Justin Welby makes false claims without one word of elaboration.
So just exactly what has the pope done to make him “hugely effective, an extraordinary man and quite brilliant in what he does, and in what way has he changed the sense of direction and purpose of the Church with his personal example and words”?
What a load of tosh from the BBC!