Friday, July 17, 2009

Pagan Police Association granted holidays to practise witchcraft

According to the Office of National Statistics, there are 31,000 pagans in England and Wales (with an additional 7000 Wiccans).

The proportion of these who happen to be in the police force must be minuscule, and yet there exists the Pagan Police Association.

Well, why not? We have the Muslim Police Association, the Christian Police Association (with a separate Catholic Police Guild), the Sikh Police Association, the Jewish Police Association, the Gay Police Association, the Black Police Association...

there is no logical end to the fracturing of any society along minority concerns: one may, after all, be a minority of one. And so this Pagan Police Association – who ‘worship nature and believe in many gods’ – has been granted the right to observe such holidays as Hallowe’en and the Summer Solstice. Doubtless, since the origin of the timing of Christmas and the naming of Easter are also pagan, they will enjoy those as well. Along with Thor’s birthday, the commemoration of Odin’s eye and Freyr’s fertility rite.

And yet this Association appears to have a membership of one. Or, at least, PC Andy Pardy’s eight annual immovable, immutable, non-negotiable pagan holidays appear to be of no consequence to anyone except PC Pardy (who happens to be a force ‘equality and diversity representative’).

A statement from Superintendent Simon Hawkins of Hertfordshire Police says it all: "While balancing operational needs, the force's religion and beliefs policy gives all staff the choice of re-allocating the traditional Christian bank-holiday festivals to suit their personal faith. This has been very well received from a number of faith groups, including Muslim and Jewish."

A spokesman for the Home Office confirmed: "The Government wants a police service that reflects the diverse communities it serves. It is down to individual forces to make reasonable adjustments to accommodate the religion or beliefs of individual officers, as far as operational requirements permit."

But in the true spirit of Anglicanism, there is already a pagan schism. For another officer, PC Andy Hill of Staffordshire Police, a practising Wiccan (basically, a witch) has founded the Pagan Police Group UK. He said: "Wiccan has always been a bit of a taboo religion, there are lots of misconceptions around it. This is nothing to do with black magic or devil worshipping. It is working with nature for good."

But is not PC Hill a religious bigot?

Who is he to condemn the sincerely-held beliefs of the devout Satan worshippers?

Who defines which religions are to be recognised or not? Who authorises the authorisation? Is the state defining religion? If so, by what criteria?

If the police are to be granted days for religious observance for every pagan idol under the sun, would they permit Satan worship? If not, why not? If so, could this right be extended to (say) school holidays or to Her Majesty’s Armed Forces? If so, could Her Majesty’s ships be legitimately used for Satan worship?

There must be more declared Jedi than there are Pagans. In fact, there are more registered Jedi in Strathclyde Police alone than there appear to be pagans in the entire national constabulary.

So why not have a Jedi Police Association?

Or a Gay Jedi Police Association?

Or a Gay Black Jedi Police Association?

Reductio ad absurdum.

It is not often you will hear Cranmer say this, but he agrees with the National Secular Society on this matter. Their spokesman Terry Sanderson said: “The police should call a stop to this and dismantle all religious groups.”

And not only the religious groups, but all of these politically-correct scissions, divisions and partitions.

Cranmer is all for freedom of religion: it is foundational to liberal democracy. But Her Majesty’s Police Service is not charged with the provision of religious services: it is not a theological college, a sexual health clinic or an identity counselling service. Police officers should be united by their uniform, not segregated by their sexual preferences, the gods they worship or the colour of their skin. Cranmer will probably be condemned for intolerance, but he is convicted that there should be no Black Police Association, or Gay Police Association, or any association or guild within the organisation, for they are often mutually exclusive, invariably foment division, and unavoidably detract from what the police are supposed to be about.


Blogger Gnostic said...

There was a time when all policemen were just hard working coppers protecting the public and they worked on religious days no matter what persuasion they were. It's an old fashioned concept called doing your job. Something that seems to have gone out of fashion since Nu-Lab stasi legislation began to apply...

17 July 2009 at 09:42  
Blogger Jim Bartlet said...

As much as I would like to agree with you I cannot because it would make me a hypocrite (already am but I try my best). You see, I cannot subscribe to any idea that my Christian faith should be privatised into my own quiet world of in-expression. Where would we be today if our forefathers had adopted this attitude?

So I cannot call for the suppression of other religions when I am in the strong frame of mind to make my own faith part of my public existence through daily expression. The trouble with the secularists is that they see no problem demanding that the rest of us privatise our belief systems, while they legislate for theirs to control the rest of us.

It does seem absurd to have all these separate divisions and groups in society, but where is the real harm?

A rather lengthy, but excellent document which explains this can be found here:

The abolition of Slavery and Public Christianity: Reflections on the Dangers of Privatising Faith, Midful of Contemporary Chalenges facing Briton Today.

17 July 2009 at 10:00  
Blogger Manfarang said...

They are indeed still hardworking,swooping down on families having barbecues just in case some raving is taking place.

17 July 2009 at 10:03  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Your Grace,

Government actions resulting in diverisification within the workplace and beyond, fly in the face of multiculturalism union in our Christian based country.

17 July 2009 at 10:07  
Anonymous Chris said...

"While balancing operational needs, the force's religion and beliefs policy gives all staff the choice of re-allocating the traditional Christian bank-holiday festivals to suit their personal faith. This has been very well received from a number of faith groups, including Muslim and Jewish."

As long as the administration of these flexible holidays is relatively uncomplicated and all the police officers get the same amount of time off, I don't really see the problem. Presumably, in some respects, it will make policing the 'Christian' bank holidays easier, as the Warlocks, Muslims, Jews and Jedi wont expect overtime.

The issue here is the number of fragmented police groups. The amount of 'flexible' bank holidays is a red herring.

17 July 2009 at 10:07  
Blogger Gnostic said...

Manfarang - the party-pooper police are no better then the Keystone Kop variety.


17 July 2009 at 10:53  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

A few years back the police would've been employed to track witches down and arrest them.....

17 July 2009 at 11:12  
Anonymous the recusant said...

Perhaps Your Grace typed in haste, understandably still suffering the after effects of the obscene BBC payout, but on reflection would care to rephrase this little gem!

“since the origins of Christmas and Easter are also pagan”

I know that you believe you understand what you think I said, but I'm not sure you realise that what you heard is not what I meant. Or some such.

17 July 2009 at 11:43  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Police Officers are human beings who deal with issues of death, violence and suicide on a regular basis.

If any Officer chooses to turn to their faith for support to cope with the incidents they face; then i'm all for it.

17 July 2009 at 11:46  
Anonymous stedmancinques said...

Mr. Andrew Turner: To ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department what grants are made from public funds to the (a) gay, (b) black and (c) Christian police associations; and what other associations there are representing groups within the police. [96452]

Mr. McNulty [holding answer 23 October 2006]: For the financial year 2005-06 the National Black Police Association submitted a bid for £391,500 funding and received £172,610, the Gay Police Association submitted a bid for £195,224 funding and received £120,480. The Home Office did not provide funding to the Christian Police Association during that period.

Nothing to see here, move along now please.....

17 July 2009 at 11:48  
Blogger Archbishop Cranmer said...

Mr Recusant,

Of course. His Grace has clarified.

Mr Stedmancinque,

Do you have a reference for that information? Why did Mr Turner not ask why they have no figures?

17 July 2009 at 11:54  
Blogger Johnny Rottenborough said...

Cranmer is all for freedom of religion: it is foundational to liberal democracy.

I haven’t noticed much evidence of liberal democracy in the Muslim countries of the world and, as Islam advances in Britain, our already fragile democracy will become even weaker. Remember how easy it was for Lord Ahmed to deny freedom of speech to Geert Wilders.

17 July 2009 at 11:55  
Blogger The Welsh Jacobite said...

Your Grace, even in its amended form your statement "the origin of the timing of Christmas and Easter festivals are [sic] also pagan" is wrong.

The timing of Easter is of course linked to the timing of the Passover (hardly a pagan festival), but so too ultimately is the timing of Christmass, which stems from the belief that the date of the Crucifixion (reckoned as 25th March) was also the date of the Annunciation and of Christ's conception. His birth therefore was calculated as nine months later, viz. 25th December. It is a modern myth that this date has pagan origins.


17 July 2009 at 13:12  
Blogger Tomrat said...

As a Christian Libertarian the only objection I have to these associations (as you have rightly said freedom of religion and association is the base for any liberal democracy) is to public money paying for them, or for any other public money extracted from me for minority groups with menaces that I myself wouldn't fund myself out of charity; perhaps the worst is the private company ACPO (chief police officers corporatist club) which effectively used public money to lobby against localisation - truly evil.

17 July 2009 at 13:14  
Blogger Dave said...

Excellent article your Grace.
For the Police to have any credibility they must be seen to be uniform. How long before a black person insists on being arrested by a black officer only? (as an example- to racism implied)

Surely the authority resides in the office, not the person? Their race, religion or sexuality is irrelevant, so why do we need these organisations?

And if one is pro a particular colour or religion etc, does that not by definition mean that you're anti everything else?

Discrimination is discrimination whether it be positive or negative.

I also agree that Christmas and Easter are christianised pagan festivals.

I no longer go to church since after visiting scores of them, of every denomination and none, in order to preach and lead worship, I came to the conclusion that the only way I could find a church that ticked all my theological boxes was to set my own up.
I suspect that the majority of church founders shared my viewpoint.

17 July 2009 at 13:36  
Anonymous TheGlovner said...

Basically they are being paid to do a job, like most other people in employment and so they should work the hours intended regardless of what religious persuasion they are.

If the police give christian holidays then it is only fair they grant the holidays to other religions for the practicing members (since every religion is just as viable as any other, IMO however obiviously none of them are very viable but that is another discussion), the better solution though would be that there is no religious holidays granted, if people want to take a religious holiday they use their yearly holiday entitlement.

If you want religious holidays as part of your yearly entitlement then become self employed and take holidays whenever you want, end of story.

17 July 2009 at 13:36  
Anonymous Nick Berry said...

The validity of such groups as the Gay Police Association depends really on what their designed to do. If they are merely a kind of social club for like minded individuals to meet then I can't see what the problem is. Why shouldn't the small handful of Jedi in the police force have a newsletter and an annual meeting to discuss their work/religion? However if they are to act as trade unions designed to further their own faction then I would tend to agree with Your Grace. When I see organisations like 'The Christian Police Association' or 'The abolition of Slavery and Public Christianity' I am always reminded of Screwtape's delight in what he calls 'Christianity and...'

17 July 2009 at 14:30  
Anonymous Brian E. said...

My understanding is that Trade Union Legislation requires employers to recognise Trade Unions / Staff Associations if they can show that they represent more than a certain percentage of staff. It also used to be the case that if a Union was recognised, all staff in the organisation in the areas covered by the Union were bound by agreements made between the Union and Management, whether they were members or not. This was the situation under a Conservative government at the time I retired, I can't believe it has been changed by Labour to disadvantage the Trade Unions.
Thus there should only be one Association representing police officers of a particular grade, when discussing issues with management, and it is for these individuals who want special treatment to press their Union to negotiate for it, not get the right to talk to management directly. If they wish to form any type of group outside work, obviously they are free to do so, but it should have no official status. Indeed it should be just like the Theatre Club or Rambling Club that existed at my erstwhile employers, they were allowed to use some of employer's facilities such as meeting rooms, photocopiers, notice boards, car park, etc, but that was all.
This apparently formal recognition of every small grouping is totally ludicrous.

17 July 2009 at 14:40  
Anonymous non mouse said...

Re the Christmas and Easter debate - the Holy Days themselves are not British; therefore they are unlikely to have been set up in order to placate Celtic-British pagans.

According to my 'Pope Book,' the Roman date for Easter had been established during the papacy of Anicetus (circa 155-166 AD) - to coincide with the Jewish Passover as celebrated by the Eastern Church. And the observance as an annual festival - on the Sunday after Passover - was established during the papacy of Soter (circa 166-174 AD). From Bede we know that the Celtic Britons had adopted and stuck to the Passover date - until the Synod of Whitby in 664.

If the feast of the Resurrection coincided with ao pagan festival of Eostre, perhaps it is also reasonable to suggest that the British kept the name by which they recognized the season, but changed their allegiance so as to worship God? This would be in keeping with the policy for sanctifying and re-using pagan temples in Britain; a policy that Bede ascribed to Gregory the Great and Augustine.

Christmas isn't even a Celtic name - and Welsh Jacobite above has described how the early Church calculated that date. Conceivably that festival also coincided with some pagan celebration?

P.S: On Pagan Police... I wonder which came first: Inspector Morse or the present-day problematicals?

17 July 2009 at 14:57  
Blogger ultramontane grumpy old catholic said...

Your Grace

I agree with the comments of Nick Berry.

In the past, there has been concern about masonic influence in the police. How are other factions within an organisation whether Gay, Christian, Muslim, Jedi any different?

The presence of any faction whatever its aims within an organisation risks compromising the fairness of promotion or disciplinary boards.

17 July 2009 at 15:21  
Anonymous immature fantasiser said...

In the old days I could understand why a Christian would want to be a policeman. These days a Police Officer is a very different beast, from what I have seen it attracts the violent and physical types. Policing is now front line last resort, send in the storm troopers. This sort of work attracts a certain type of individual who is gagging for us to 'make his day'.

17 July 2009 at 15:58  
Anonymous not a machine said...

Perhaps he was stationed at Sun Hill.

must seem all a bit too much navel gazing in the chief constanbles offices these days

17 July 2009 at 17:15  
Anonymous Pedant said...

This is bewitching. Your Grace has excelled himself.

As it is the nature of sects to be fissiparous, because most men yearn to be a big mite in a small cheese, and chafe to find themselves the converse, may we soon hope to see not only the Pagan Police Association, but its offshoot the Primitive Pagan Police Association, and their offshoot the Little Druids of the Primitive Pagan Police Association, and their offshoot the Reformed Little Druids of the ..., and we haven't yet started on Rozzers for Asmodeus and the Exclusive Brethren of Wicca (Uniformed Branch).

"And lesser fleas have smaller fleas,
And so ad infinitum."

And what about the National Secular Society? Why should they remain a sour monolith of orthodoxy? By God's grace, we may yet live to see wars of irreligion erupting between them and their turbulent bastards the Reformed National Secular Society, the National Secular Society of Latter Day Sinners, Jehovah's Secularists, the Secularologists, and twenty more, each with its own precious little nugget-hoard of superior and exclusive pottiness.

And why stop there? Let us all have our own individual sects. One man one sect! Or better yet, one man ten sects!

Your Grace will pardon me. I am a bit dizzy and must lie down.

17 July 2009 at 17:25  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Vengeance is mine sayeth the Lord! Which is a strange thing to say really, because not only does he admit that vengeance is necessary, He wants to reserve the pleasure all for Himself.

By the way, everything that dizzy describes is already taking place, they are called political parties.

17 July 2009 at 18:10  
Anonymous Episcopal United Church of Reformed Secularists said...

Money loves gay people as well!

17 July 2009 at 18:17  
Anonymous Dog in a Manger said...

When I eat hay it chokes the shit out of me so nobody else is going to eat the God dam stuff either!

17 July 2009 at 18:24  
Anonymous Mrs Proudie of Barchester said...

Where does this leave the Provisional Wing of the Friends of Dorothy?

Just wondered

17 July 2009 at 18:29  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I have been trying to figure out what it is that is strange about that girl in the picture. It has finnally occured to me that she is wearing clothes.

When Bishops make the case for women priests i think this is the sort of thing they have in mind though. Shame we get the 'other' type though.

17 July 2009 at 18:30  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Is the Pagan Police Association an off-shoot of the Freemasons then?

17 July 2009 at 19:01  
Anonymous stedmancinques said...

Your Grace,
The reference to the parliamentary question and answer that I quoted is;

Peace be with you.

17 July 2009 at 19:29  
Blogger Lord Lavendon said...

Your Grace

I was going to post a proper comment , but I keep getting blasted phone calls to my study that her ladyship wants me to pour another glass of the booze .

Where is Jeeves when you want him ?

17 July 2009 at 20:02  
Anonymous len said...

I remember the good old days when the police were merely that ' The Police'.
Does this mean that a multi- faith copper could claim all the holidays?

17 July 2009 at 20:14  
Anonymous Adrian P said...

I think they need to subdivide again, because as I understand it, the Belt holder for the Pagan Police officers has the Baton on the ~Right, but what happens if the Pagan Police officer in Question is lef handed, I think there needs to be another Pagan Police officers Society to look after the Interests of those who are Left handed.

17 July 2009 at 20:52  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Or ambidextrous even !

17 July 2009 at 23:13  
Anonymous Not living in the dark ages said...

"there is no logical end to the fracturing of any society along minority concerns: one may, after all, be a minority of one."

Sums up your Church doesn't it your excellency -i.e. an irrelevant and minority concern ?

18 July 2009 at 00:15  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Reductio ad absurdum.

= Church of England

18 July 2009 at 00:33  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

What about a Conspiracy Theorists Police Association.

Can't see too many members, as they would not pass the Police medical on psychological grounds.

We Conspiracy Theorist are simply not mad enough to believe all the obvious lies we are constantly being told. Therefore nowhere near mad enough to get a job in the police service. Or the public services, or anywhere else, for that matter.

Lucky for me I have never had a job since I gave up my paper round back in 73.

I have always worked for myself since leaving school.

This world is mad. Not just a bit deranged, but totally and completely out of its tree. So mad in fact that one has to be totally crazy beyond imagination to appear to be normal, in this basic mental home for the already dead.

I thank my god that I possibly have no more then another twenty or less years left, on this otherwise rather nice looking planet.

At long last my sentence will be completed, and I will be allowed to rest in peace, or turn up in a far less insane environment, surrounded by more true, honest and intelligent life forms.

Lets face it, if we are the most intelligent lifeforms in this universe, then god must have been having a laugh. Surly the joke is wearing a little thin now. Come on Lord, end it all now, it really is not funny anymore.

Atlas shrugged

18 July 2009 at 00:34  
Blogger ZZMike said...

Having witches and warlocks on the police force might actually be a benefit.

They could solve cases by magic, they could put spells on evil-doers.

Perhaps a part of the becoming-a-policeman test could weed out the black magic practitioners and allow only the Forces of Goodness and Light.

As for days off for Beltane and Halloween, as they're policemen, they could police their own events.

And certainly Pc Hardy would be happy to work on our holidays - Christmas (if that's still allowed in Britain), Easter, &c.

It may not be long before a group decides to become Roman. That would give them some 200 holidays each year. (All the gods and demiurges, all the emperors, the households gods, ...

Here's a curious item in the Telegraph report:

"Pc Andy Pardy, a leading Pagan officer from Hertfordshire Police, ...

"Another officer, Pc Andy Hill of Staffordshire Police ..."

May we conclude that people named Andy (not Andrew) are drawn to Wicca?

Pedant has also excelled himself. Fissiparous indeed.

Here's another point that may have been overlooked: let's say that a crime has been committed against a Christian - not that any such thing would happen in Britain. Should the aggrieved request the services of a member of the Christian Police Association, or refuse those of the Muslim Police association?

And wouldn't it be in keeping with diversity quota to require that every police force be held to the National Pie Chart of ethnic groups?

Anonymous (00:34): "... if we are the most intelligent lifeforms in this universe, ..."

Someone once wondered aloud why it is, when astronomers and cosmologists look for Intelligent Life in the Universe, they immediately start somewhere other than here on Earth?

18 July 2009 at 02:17  
Blogger 13th Spitfire said...

One wishes that one could say something profound upon this matter but the simple fact of the matter is that the BBC stopped being a public service organisation a long time ago.

I am not sure what values and standards they proclaim to adhere to, they are not shared by the nation that is one thing that is for sure.

18 July 2009 at 02:56  
Anonymous Anon 2 said...

How can anyone not see that the Present Day = the Darkest of all Dark Ages?

'And a light shone in the darkness.
But the darkness heeded it not.'

18 July 2009 at 02:57  
Anonymous Reg said...

'And it seemed to me
you lived your life
like a candle in the wind'

18 July 2009 at 03:31  
Anonymous Gay Jedi said...

Your Grace is prophetic:

From PinkNews:

Comment: If pagans can get time off for Halloween, can we set up a gay religion?

By Stephen Price • July 17, 2009 - 17:27

Should there be a gay religion?

Pagan members of the police force are to get holidays on their religious festivals, bringing them in line with more established faiths. We asked Stephen Price to consider whether gays should set up their own religion in order get Pride days off.

Following the announcement that pagans in the police force have been allowed to establish the Pagan Police Association, the first task at hand seems to have been ensuring some extra time off. And who can blame them? Holding a speed camera in your hand all day instead of a good old truncheon would drive anyone to seek some solace in a well-earned break from the nine to five.

So, with a re-allocation of all of the traditional Christian bank-holiday festivals to suit their pagan faith, practising pagans within the police force are able to take Halloween off from work to, I assume, ready their costumes for a spot of trick-or-treating. And while we slave away at our desks during the summer solstice, our lucky pagan friends will be polishing their broomsticks and heading along the M25 to litter Stonehenge once again. Lucky bastards.

Anyway, with all this talk of time off from work, it naturally led me to think of what this might mean for myself and all of the other readers out there. Religion and homosexuality don’t tend to go hand in hand as most of you will attest, despite the fundamental principles of love and free wine being close to even the most heathen of people within the LGBT community. So what could we do to ensure we get an equal playing field? (i.e. more time off work.) How about we set up a gay religion?

Think about it now - days off work for any and every gay Pride. In place of a crucifix or a turban we might want to simply wear whatever’s in. Where others have prayer rooms, I call for little disco booths to practice dance moves (Yes, Beyonce, I will put you to shame with my Single Ladies moves, you wait). And how about a nice chillout area to watch Tipping the Velvet or Doctor Who? And then there are our two-week holidays for our pilgrimages to the great gay meccas of Gran Canaria and Sitges.

If pagans (along with members of other faiths) are having time off from work to worship their deities, then I demand that right too; I still haven’t seen the Sticky and Sweet tour and I have no doubt that Madonna (peace be with her) will still be going strong when other head of faiths have long since been forgotten.

We should also demand time off during the January sales, not to mention the ever-fabulous summer sales; both of which have been known to run in some stores for a number of weeks. A gay religion would embrace the virtues of all things sparkly, and what could be more sparkly and rainbow-coloured than time off from work? I’m going to make a Facebook group now, it’s bound to then go and change the world, and by the time I’ve thought up even more excuses for holidays I’m sure none of us will ever have to get our gay arses out of bed again.

I don’t just want equality. I want so much more than that.

18 July 2009 at 07:54  
Blogger ultramontane grumpy old catholic said...


Every time I read 'PC Andy Pardy' in this post, my brain says PC Andy Pandy, which would probably make the bird in the trance introducing this post as Andy's friend, Looby Lou.

'A bird in a trance is worth two in a bush'

18 July 2009 at 08:50  
Anonymous colin said...

It's about time a shirt lifter came up with a good idea.Yes all aboard the good ship Lollipop off to join Priscilla Queen of the desert as far away from here as possible.You could have your own religion, police force ,queer world
in the Central Australian desert.
Don't forget to take indigo myth with you.

18 July 2009 at 09:46  
Blogger The Jack of Blades, said...

I think I speak for the majority when I say that, in fact, Jedi Policemen are exactly who we need patrolling the streets in these dangerous times.

18 July 2009 at 11:48  
Anonymous Lord Alfred said...

'Never knowing who to cling to
when the rain set in'

18 July 2009 at 12:02  
Blogger Dave J said...

The best cops I've known--and as a prosecutor I've known quite a lot--do not pay attention to all these demographic splinter groups. They like to say "we all bleed blue."

18 July 2009 at 15:47  
Anonymous egbert whackamole said...

Nice pin-upo. You should have this feature more often but why has she got a pentathingy on her forehead?

19 July 2009 at 17:59  
Blogger Ian said...

Your Archbishopness...

There was a story I read roughly 2 years ago of a rating in HM navy who was granted to pursue his "religion" of Satan worship. He was allowed time and space to perform his rituals and the navy when questioned regarding this quite openly condoned this as a form of religious diversity. This story was in the press complete with quotes from said rating and commanding officers.

I cant provide a link but there are references to this story on the net. Google "sailor allowed to practice devil worship", but this seems to be a totally genuine story.

As I keep saying this country has now forfeit any right to treated with God's benevolence. This country is both doomed and if such things continue, damned...

20 July 2009 at 11:46  
Blogger dutchlionfrans1953 said...

Not all religions are of equal value!

That consideration is HUMANISM!

And in a democracy all different religions are given equal rights...only Christians have less rights...because we believe there is ONLY ONE WAY TO GOD: Jesus Christ!

And that is not tolerated by those who preach tolerance of all...

And so all of society goes down the drain... As is visible in the revival of paganism in all tattoos, piercings and other pagan practices God has forbidden!

20 July 2009 at 23:14  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Impossible to scrap, simply because 'the big accusation' would roar, and all the little mice would scatter once more.

Hard to believe this most obvious factor was not computted, given the ritual.

21 July 2009 at 04:58  
Anonymous Lokisgodhi said...

Gee, I'm honored that a Christian cleric took the time away from their undoubtly busy schedule of molesting children to comment sarcastically about people of other religions organizing fraternal associations based on their common job experiences.

Maybe with a few more of us pagans in law enforcement, there'll be enough people who are unimpressed with their dubious credentials and willing to slap the cuffs on them good and hard and make them pay for their crimes against children instead of letting them get away with it as usual.

26 July 2009 at 10:00  

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