My ancestor Lord Shrigley, shared in bringing Roman Catholicism to England via the Norman Conquest. Therefore, English Roman Catholicism is the family business, which makes it my business. As such, I feel responsible that such a manifestly inhumane religious system was forced upon the inhabitants of England, the Celts and the Anglo-Saxons.
Actually, the Celts were such a good example of how Christ should be lived out in their lives that many Anglo-Saxons actually converted to the ancient and original Christian Celtic church. Don’t get confused here with the propaganda of the Roman Church. The first church both in England, Scotland, Wales and Ireland was a church entirely different to the Roman Church. In fact the pope made a point of disputing certain practises of the Celtic Christians. And these people were actually missionaries, Iona, an island off Scotland, was established by Columba, (a Celtic Church leader), as a missionary college, from where graduates would go to lands where minds were darkened by the Roman Church, in the hope that the light would dispel the darkness, going to places like Bobio, Italy, establishing institutions of learning.
So therefore I take it upon myself to right the misguided zeal of my ancestor, Horswin, the Romam Catholic priest, also known as Lord Shrigley, who along with his colleagues, forced the people at the point of the sword, to convert or die. (Doesn’t Islam do this also?). It’s the only decent thing to do really, to rightly shoulder my responsibility. I’m standing here declaring that all the murders and suffering that the English and British peoples have been through at the hands of a psychopathic religious monstrosity, this almost millennium, are partly my family’s responsibility and I’m gunna try in some small way to right a wrong perpetrated by the family business.
So don’t say I have no right. I’ve got every right under the sun to criticise something my ancestor did over almost a thousand years ago, and which still impacts all the English Speaking Peoples to this very day.
(Sure you might say, it’s more like six hundred years, because the reformation came to England. Well, no, because the Vatican has never given up it’s claim over us. Hence the Spanish Armarda, and a mirade of wars and plots, too many to recall, But to top it off, the slaughter of WWI and WWII are both Vatican intrigues. That’s over 94 million people dead from both conflicts. Don’t tell me this is a small matter. After the war, all discusion about the war was closed down, and the catch-cry was “We don’t talk about Religion or Politics”. A self-imposed censorship that the Vatican couldn’t better. And this, after almost a 100 million people perished within the last thirty-one years, from 1914 to 1945, unbelievable!!!)