There may not always be an England

To see an image for this post, check out the top cartoon:

If you haven’t heard all these things before, here they are in one place, and no mention of global warming!

There may not always be an England

by J.E. Dyer

This entry was posted in adoption, antisemitism, Christianity, cognitive dissonance, Double Standard, Homosexuality, Islam, UK. Bookmark the permalink.

2 Responses to There may not always be an England

  1. “Do not be surprised, my brothers, if the world hates you.” 1 John 3:13 NIV 1984.

  2. Alienambasador, since you quote the Bible this is more what comes to mind:

    The proud city will become a pasture for flocks and herds,
    and all sorts of wild animals will settle there.
    The desert owl and screech owl will roost on its ruined columns,
    their calls echoing through the gaping windows.
    Rubble will block all the doorways,
    and the cedar paneling will be exposed to the weather.
    This is the boisterous city,
    once so secure.
    “I am the greatest!” it boasted.
    “No other city can compare with me!”
    But now, look how it has become an utter ruin,
    a haven for wild animals.
    Everyone passing by will laugh in derision
    and shake a defiant fist.

    Zephaniah 2:14-15 NLT

    It helps to check the cartoon I linked to. It’s actually an update so you may not have seen it. (as is this part of the comment)

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