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Archbishop of Canterbury: People are afraid, very afraid of mass migration

Posted by Ann Corcoran on March 11, 2016

Invasion of Europe news…..

Well, this is refreshing! A major Christian leader somewhere in the world has the nerve to say it while admonishing all of those who link that fear to racism.

Waiting in Calais for passage to the UK

Illegal migrants waiting in Calais for passage to the UK

And, he dares to say this:

‘You can’t say, “God says you must vote this way or that way”.’

So take a lesson US Catholic Bishops, Lutherans, Evangelicals, and the rest of you supposed Christians!

From the Daily Mail:

Britain has a ‘genuine and justified’ fear of mass immigration, the Archbishop of Canterbury declared last night.

The country’s most senior churchman said it was ‘absolutely outrageous’ to dismiss the public’s legitimate concerns as racist.

Archbishop Justin Welby warned: ‘There is a genuine fear. And it is really important that that fear is listened to and addressed.

There have to be resources put in place that address those fears.’

He added: ‘What happens about housing? What happens about jobs? What happens about access to health services?’

archbishop of Canterbury

Archbishop of Canterbury

Campaign groups last night welcomed his powerful intervention as a ‘marvellous breath of fresh air’. It comes after years in which the liberal Left has attacked those expressing concern about the unprecedented levels of immigration into Britain as bigots.

Archbishop Welby also revealed that the Church would not be taking a position in the EU referendum debate.

He was highly critical of Europe’s response to the refugee crisis, but added: ‘You can’t say, “God says you must vote this way or that way”.’


Continue reading here. Unfortunately, Archbishop Welby still thinks the UK should take in more refugees, but I expect his position will change on that too once they come in larger numbers from Syria, Iraq and Afghanistan.

For our complete ‘Invasion of Europe’ archive, click here.

5 Responses to “Archbishop of Canterbury: People are afraid, very afraid of mass migration”

  1. People need to be angry, not afraid. If the globalists keep dumping foreigners in our countries, soon they will outnumber us, and the same forces that let them in can now claim that they are just acting on the will of the people. At the very least we should be making these invaders feel unwelcome and uncomfortable, and perhaps devise ways to see that they leave, with or without government approval. Common law allows us to defend ourselves against foreign invasion, and even against our own governments when they blatantly act against our own interests, as they are doing with mass immigration. Too bad it has come to this, but elements in our governments are completely out of control, and unresponsive to the will of the people.


  2. kerberos616 said

    Reblogged this on Kerberos616.


  3. Dave Gorak said

    Yes, what about housing and jobs? Religious leaders who believe you can never take in enough refugees should make arrangements for their respective churches, synagogues, etc., to foot the bill and get off the backs of taxpayers.


    • Ann Corcoran said

      Yes, indeed, that would be true Christian and Jewish charity. Taking from taxpayers for YOUR charitable choices is stealing!


  4. The Water’s come to a boil for Britain’s Frogs.


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