PORKY’S REVENGE

Now here’s a real porker for ya:

Coming to kill you, al-Kermit

Coming to kill you, al-Kermit

This week’s most delightful news: “Three Islamic State fighters were killed and five more were injured Sunday by an ambush of stampeding wild boars in northern Iraq.”

Read on:

Sheikh Anwar al-Assi, a chief of the local Ubaid tribe and supervisor of anti-ISIS forces in the area, told the Times of London that the militants were setting up an ambush on the edge of a field about 50 miles southwest of Kirkuk. The group was planning to attack a band of local tribesmen who had fled from the ISIS-controlled town of Hawija, which the jihadists seized in mid-2014.

Three militants were reportedly killed and five more were injured. Al-Assi said the group of eight likely disturbed a herd of wild pigs, which inhabit the area and apparently mauled the fighters.

No soldier of extremist Islam is safe from the flying hocks of fury.

In other news:

It’s only a matter of time before this happens here:

“Timothy Burton, 64, branded Islam a “backwards, misogynistic, seventh-century” ideology in a series of emails to Tell Mama founder Fiyaz Mughal OBE between 4 April and 26 April 2016.

Burton also sent Mr Mughal links to far-right blogs containing “vile slurs” against Muslims including a petition called “renounce, reform, or get the hell out of my country”.

Saying stuff this has now earned Tim Burton a 12 week stay in prison in England, where he may find himself placed in cells with Islamists. Well, what else should such “racists” expect? Recently another chap was jailed for placing a ham sandwich in a mosque, and was found murdered in his cell.

Church of England spokesman: “Children should be forced to learn about Islam”

The Church of England has called for parents to lose the right to withdraw their children from religious education classes – because some parents are apparently using it to pull their children out of lessons on Islam.

This shocking encroachment upon the rights of parents is being justified by the Church of England’s essentially accusing parents of being ignorant for trying to deny their children exposure to “other faiths” and “world views.” Nonsense. Never before has there been any controversy about parents not wanting their children exposed to “other faiths” until Islamic supremacists burst into Western society with their full-fledged war on infidels and ambitions to conquer the “House of War,” not to mention the routine cursing of Christians and Jews during Friday prayers and the condemnation of the accursed people (Jews) and the astray people (Christians) during the daily repetitions of the Fatiha. Parents have every right to be concerned about the Islamic indoctrination of their children and to fight for their rights against what amounts to a “fatwa” by the Church of England.

Derek Holloway, the head of RE in the Church of England’s education office, has called for that right to be removed from parents and for their children to be taught other world religions regardless of the parents’ views

In America, Islamic indoctrination has also become a worrying issue. The Christian Action Network stated on its website:

The United States Department of Education has developed an Islamic indoctrination program for public schools called, ‘Access Islam.’ The lesson plans are written for grades 5 through 12. They include worksheets and videos to help students perform the 5 Pillars of Islam – prayer, fasting, alms giving, pilgrimage to Mecca and the proclamation of Muslim faith.

In Canada, Islamic indoctrination has also concerned parents, with unvetted sermons allowed by the Peel District School Board.

“Church of England Spokesman: ‘Children Should Be Forced to Learn About Islam’”, by Donna Rachel Edmunds, Breitbart, April 28, 2017:

The Church of England has called for parents to lose the right to withdraw their children from religious education classes – because some parents are apparently using it to pull their children out of lessons on Islam.

Currently parents can choose for their children not to take part in religious education (RE) lessons, and can do so without giving a reason.

But Derek Holloway, the head of RE in the Church of England’s education office, has called for that right to be removed from parents and for their children to be taught other world religions regardless of the parents’ views.

“Seemingly [some parents] do not want their children exposed to other faiths and world views, in particular Islam. We are concerned that this is denying those pupils the opportunity to develop the skills they need to live well together as adults,” he told The Times.

He added: “Anecdotally, there have also been some cases in different parts of the country of parents with fundamentalist religious beliefs also taking a similar course. This is not confined to any one particular religion or area of the country.”

In a blog post on the Church of England’s Facebook page, he insisted that children should be taught about all religions to prepare them for life as global citizens.

“Religions are global in their reach and are global in their organization. The UK is part of a global community and so the time is now right to consider the RE curriculum content balance in global terms rather than in terms of parochial English census data,” he wrote.

The Church of England runs approximately 4,700 schools, of which around 200 are secondary or middle schools. The Church is, therefore, responsible for educating around a million children each year.

However, although Government guidelines stipulate that religious education must reflect that “the religious traditions of Great Britain are in the main Christian”, they continue that it must take “account of the teaching and practices of the other principal religions”.

In his blog, Mr. Holloway supported this principle, writing: “Church schools are not ‘Faith schools for the faithful, they are church schools serving the community’. Therefore, we do not seek to deliver a Religious Education (RE) curriculum suitable only for those from Christian backgrounds but a Religious Education that is an essential component of an education that enables all the pupils we serve from all faiths and none to flourish and be prepared for life in modern Britain.

He added: “The right of withdrawal from RE now gives comfort to those who are breaking the law and seeking to incite religious hatred.”

However, Mr. Holloways’ blog has raised concerns from parents over state interference. Martin Earnest commented: “This is an appalling proposal and crosses the line too far of church interfering in the State and privacy of conscience.

“I will be pulling my child from RE to avoid religious indoctrination via the State.”

Another reader, Eric Norton, accused the church of hypocrisy, taking issue with Mr. Holloways assertion that church schools are not faith schools….”

3 thoughts on “PORKY’S REVENGE”

  1. If kids learned about real Islam, it would not be so bad, except of course they could be traumatised by the inherent violence and injustice. Perhaps 9 year old girls would not mind being married off to a 50 year old who already has 3 wives. The Church of England has spruiked the lie that Islam has the same God as the Jews and Christians for as long as I can remember (I’m 65). Now they want to force feed Islam’s lies down everyone’s throat. What else can you expect from an organisation that is Christian in name only? Many of the leaders deny the very fundamental tenets of Christianity- the Virgin Birth, the Resurrection, the miracles and so on. There was a joke going around a few years ago that to qualify as a Bishop you had to deny the miraculous and the spiritual. Except it is not that funny. People have been leaving the Church of England in droves. I don’t blame them. As a child, I was forced to go. Eternity to me was a church service. I am born again now so I know the difference!

    1. One of the popular false gospel memes of dead and dying churches is the interfaith lie:

      2 Thessalonians 2:10-12 makes it clear why the C of E and many other churches are embracing a false gospel and are spiritually dead:

      “They perish because they refused to love the truth and so be saved. For this reason God sends them a powerful delusion so that they will believe the lie and so that all will be condemned who have not believed the truth but have delighted in wickedness”.

  2. All religions are fairy tales founded by poorly educated, superstitious camel herders from the middle east millennia ago.

    To believe any of the nonsense you have to be a fool. To ignore your better educated contemporaries in favour of ignorant sand harvesters is the height of gullibility.

    All religion needs to be purged from humanity. Send it the way of flat earth thinking, into the trash can of humanity history and folly.

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