Thursday, 20 February 2014

The Church and the Mirror, desperate currying of favour

I didn't think I would write anything today, I feel very ill, I had an allergic reaction which left me unwell on Monday, and didn't quite recover in time to hear more nonsense from Jersey.
I think every blow weakens me and I am hardly fighting back now, I can't get my side across, I have no immediate and trustworthy representation and even the initial launching on me by the Church of England was too much for my destroyed soul.

I heard a mutter that the Deanery of Jersey were trying to have the Korris report removed from the Diocesan Website, I understand why that would cause concern, because they want to obliterate any allusion to wrongdoing.
But actually I am in agreement with them, again.
Not because I think they should have got away with wrongdoing, but because the Korris report was inaccurate and unprofessional and was violently launched on us all and was not fair on the wrongdoers or me.

The Korris report and the 'Dean's Apology' were put up on the websites as self-glorification by the Diocese of Winchester and the Church of England, a constant nasty sting to the rest of us, the self-glorification campaign went wrong and left a raging Deanery and a raging HG, it was the stupidist, most unprofessional and most unkind and damaging thing that the Diocese of Winchester could have done to me and to the Deanery, and unfortunately they have a duty of care to me and to the Deanery, no matter who has allegedly done what.

I asked for the Dean's 'apology' to stop being used by the Church for self-glorification, but was I, the person supposedly being apologized, listened to?
No. I never even received the 'apology' nor was I made aware of it by the Diocese or Deanery.

So, fascinatingly, the Daily Mirror, apparently because no decent newspaper will report on it, have had a letter from the Bishops about welfare reforms.
Considering the general reaction that poor and vulnerable people consistently get from the Church of England, the Church of England being basically a club for old wealthy people, the Church must be in dire dire straits to be using 'The Daily Mirror' to show off and curry favour, something like this.

I am fascinated, how has the church of england fallen from their heights of Telegraph and Times? The Mirror? Not quite nude women paper, no real purpose paper, is it another 'look at us among the plebs!' statement from the church of england? fascinating!
Trying to reach the poor through the Mirror, stereotype again! I am poor, I read the Mail and the Telegraph!

'Oh look at us, we are the people's church, honest we are, please pay us attention and think we are down on the level of the plebs and in with them, common in fact!'

If nothing else, their continued self-glorification and desparation to look like they care becomes funnier all the time.

Here is a thought for them: WHAT ABOUT THIS ABUSE SURVIVOR ON DEATH ROW AND SUFFERING AT YOUR HANDS BECAUSE OF A BOTCHED INVESTIGATION AND A LOAD OF COVER UPS, START WITH REALITY AND GENUINE CONCERN, THEN SHOW OFF, AND PEOPLE MAY JUST BELIEVE YOU!

I wonder, do the Church of England ever realise how obvious they are? Don't they know that us plebs can actually think, and they are not going to gain anything from us, because while they are spouting in the Mirror, they still wont welcome us in their clubhouses!

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