Prime Minister who bans Christians wearing crosses and plans to destroy marriage quotes from John’s Gospel

Prime Minister David Cameron achieved new levels of hypocrisy in his Christmas message this year by quoting from St. John’s Gospel, in what is being seen as an attempt to reach out to Christian Tory politicians he has alienated through his plans to legalize homosexual sham-marriages.

‘ But Christmas also gives us the opportunity to remember the Christmas story – the story about the birth of Jesus Christ and the hope that he brings to the countless millions who follow him. The Gospel of John tells us that in this man was life, and that his life was the light of all mankind, and that he came with grace, truth and love. Indeed, God’s word reminds us that Jesus was the Prince of Peace.’

2012 also saw David Cameron’s government arguing before the European Court of Human Rights that Christians should not be allowed to display signs of their faith in the workplace nor be allowed to follow their consciences if their Christian beliefs contravene Equalities legislation.

Protect the Pope comment: David Cameron’s strategy of quoting from St. John’s Gospel has already paid off with Lord Carey, the former Archbishop of Canterbury, applauding David Cameron  for having “nailed his colours to the mast” and the Church of England welcoming his reminder of the “true meaning of Christmas”.  The Church of England seems pathetically grateful to receive some crumbs of recognition from their master’s table, ignoring the fact that his actions prove him to be one of the most unchristian Prime Ministers we have had the misfortune to endure.

8 comments to Prime Minister who bans Christians wearing crosses and plans to destroy marriage quotes from John’s Gospel

  • Michael Petek

    David Cameron has been baptised in the Church of England. I yield to no one in finding this evil and depraved individual to be guilty of blasphemy and heresy, and manifestly unfit to hold public office on his oath.

  • Mel

    This man is disgusting – we are not fooled David Cameron you anti-Christian bigot.

    We will never that you are the man that destroyed family life and the institution of marriage by being a real wimp of a man.

    • El Nino

      In the Conservatives’ “A Contract for Equalities” document, which was hardly mentioned before the election, there are 5 sections:

      Action to ensure gender equality
      Action to help disabled people
      Action on LGBT issues
      Action to tackle racial prejudice
      Action to help older people

      Spot what’s missing? Yep, action on religious discrimination.

      Cameron, you’re fooling no-one.


    I read the report of Dave’s comments in the Telegraph, and wasn’t impressed. Am I less naive than Lord Carey, or more cynical? Certainly, I am more preceptive than the Telegraph subs, who headlined the piece with something like “Church support for Cameron…”. (That’s what caught my attention.) I’m glad to say that there was no evidence of any such thing in the article itself, only the comments by Lord Carey mentioned above.

    It’s clear that Church leaders such as Bishop Davies are not being taken in.

  • Michael Petek

    Another point to make is this. If two persons irrevocably give to and receive from each other the right to engage exclusively with each other in acts of bodily union which are the same in kind as those which could result in the conception of a child, then they marry. If not, then they do something other than marry. At once it becomes obvious that marriage can exist only between a man and a woman. It follows that David Cameron is lying through his teeth to the Holy Spirit and is manifestly serving as the sock puppet of Satan. It also follows that, if he were to become widowed and were afterwards to end up at the altar with a new bride next to him, there would be no assurance that the union he consents to is a marriage.

  • Karla

    Sadly, I believe this was only an attempt to get Christians on side after he knows his unpopularity is high because of the gay ‘marriage’ scandal

  • Augustine

    1. Unfortunately the only religion that Mr Cameron has any sort of experience of is the Church of England – which as we all know was founded by the monarch (Henry VIII or Elizabeth I – take your pick) precisely in order to be subservient to the will of the monarch as expressed in the Law of the Land. Except nowadays of course the Law of the Land is subject to the will of Parliament.

    Hence the anger of Members of Parliament that the recent Synod of the Church of England did not pass legislation for the green light for the ordination of lady Anglican bishops. The (understandable) attitude of many MPs was: “You are a poodle church and you should know your place.”

    Mr Cameron and his colleagues seem to have no understanding that by pressing for same sex “marriage” they are in effect demanding a change in the Doctrine of the Church of England (which the Queen promised to uphold in her Coronation Oath.) And even if they were to realise that this is a matter concerning Church Doctrine, they simply have no idea that Church Doctrine might have something to do with the Teaching of Christ and the New Testament.

    But that is hardly surprising when most of the speakers both in the recent Synod and in the Synod 20 years ago (which changed the Canon Law of the Church of Englsnd to permit the ordination of lady Anglican vicars) based their arguments on the Law of the Land (especially with regard to Employment Law forbidding discrimination by gender) rather than on the New Testament, the General Councils of the Church and the Teaching of the Church Fathers.

    2. They used to say in England “scratch a Catholic and you’ll find an Irishman”. Well now it is more accurate to say “scratch and Englishman and you’ll find an anti-Catholic”. – especially amonst the metropolitan elite. And very often it is based less on the old black legend of the Spanish Inquisition, the Jesuits and the Gunpowder Plot – but rather on the new black legend of the Catholic Church being anti-women, anti-gay and a world-wide evil conspiracy of child-abuse led by an wicked mastermind living in Rome.

    Mr Cameron is a child of his time whose only real concept of right and wrong is related to the Law of the Land: “What do you mean, I’m doing something wrong? If it was wrong, there would be a law against it.”. But of course inconvenient laws can be changed – and unpopular laws “should” be changed.

    And naturally if you are a member of a government-funded pressure group (like Stonewall) the very purpose of your existance is to campaign first to change public opinion and then to apply public opinion to ensure the election of sympathetic politicians – who will of course bow to public opinion which you will of course attempt to manipulate and massage to suit your purposes.

    Mr Cameron is both a child of his time and a slave to the Dictatorship of Relativism. In his brave new world, there is not such thing as objective right or wrong – or even of objective truth.

    As the heir to Blair (who was so fond of “focus groups” – a strategy learnt from his mentor Bill Clinton)Mr Cameron will say like Groucho Marx “Those are my principles, and if you don’t like them… well, I have others.”

    How different to St Thomas More who said “I am the king’s good servant – but God’s first.”

  • Karla

    Off topic

    Dawkins is a ‘fundamentalist’: Father of the ‘God particle’ Peter Higgs attacks biologist for his ‘embarrassing’ criticism of religion

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