Monday, 5 May 2014

Could you all contact the Archbishop and appeal for this murderous charade to stop - to save my life.

An email to the Bishop of Winchester and The Archbishop of Canterbury:

Tim Dakin and Bob Key between them have wasted more than half a million and left an abuse survivor ruined.

Archbishop Welby thinks Bishop Dakin is great, and that Bob Key is someone to have faith in.

Archbishop stands by his 'apology' to me, even though he never apologized to me and is wrecking my already wrecked life and is doing and has done nothing to help me.

Church of England classic!

You, the Church of England, are killing me in a very slow and horrible way by causing repeated collapses.
You are a dreadful, deceitful and very very evil and unchristian organization, and your press releases are nothing to do with Christ, how can lies and cover-ups that are killing someone slowly and extremely horribly be Christian?

Today I had a collapse as a result of the rubbish spewed by Welby on BBC Jersey,
so why does he stand by an apology that never happened and why is my legacy to be a thousand despairing screams of help to people who's vain waffle about caring does not match the reality of the harm that is being done to me?
Why does Welby stand by an apology he never gave and at the same time condone the man who did the harm? Makes sense? No, like the rest of this horrific mess and most of the CofE press releases ever.
The CofE needs a new press co-ordinator, they have not made sense throughout this awful murderous, sick and twisted charade.

In all seriousness, I am likely to die if this kind of stress continues to cause nervous collapses, tachycardia and high blood pressure.

I AM DOWN AND UNABLE TO KEEP GETTING UP, AND THIS PACK OF HUMAN HYENAS WHO CALL THEMSELVES CHRISTIANS WILL NOT STOP INFLICTING HARM ON ME WHILE I AM DOWN.

Just to add, it is very interesting to hear that it was the Bishop's staff who pushed for the channel islands to be moved to Canterbury, for Bishop's staff, read 'Jane Fisher'.

HG

2 comments:

  1. Would an email do or should it be a land mail letter and what would ou like us to say specifically?

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  2. Hi Emma, Canterbury tend to ignore emails from anyone, and they tend to tell you to write by post if you phone them.
    So I would prefer people to write.
    I would like people to write so that the Archbishop is made aware of the severity of distress being caused by these inaccurate and completely pointless press releases, interviews and reports that exclude my side of things and make me into an object while traumatizing me.

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