Thursday, October 27, 2011

Letter of protest to to St Paul's Cathedral

I emailed reception@stpaulscathedral.org.uk today.
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Dear Christian

I view the closure of St Pauls in response to the protest against economic injustice outside as a self-inflicted injury. It has gained you publicity, but bad publicity. You cite your "independent" H&S/Fire advisors. I understand that the official authorities had no objection.

It is not too late for St Pauls to repent. We all make mistakes.

There is a choice ahead for humanity, between supremacy of mammon or supremacy of human values of care for the vulnerable, co-operation and sustainability.

As things stand, St Pauls appears to be siding with Mammon.

Sincerely

Dr Richard Lawson

6 comments:

Frugal Queen said...

St Paul's has has a long history (hundreds of years of rot!) of having a finger up the arse of commercialism! May they and all hypocrites rot in hell when they get there!p.s I bet you thought I stopped reading, but I always stop by - love froogs xxxxx

Anonymous said...

What if a group of pro-life protesters occupied an abortion clinic, sincerely believing that the activities of the clinic were immoral; would you support police action to remove the protesters?

DocRichard said...

Your Frugal Majesty! Delighted to hear that. I have been thinking about you recently - about setting up a frugal wiki as a service to all living on a tight budget. I have a good line in wikis at wikidot.com. Interested?

DocRichard said...

Anonymous, obvs I we support their right to non-violent protest outside a clinic (noting however that some "pro-lifers" have a penchant for murder).

Anonymous said...

Yes some (mainly North American ) pro lifers are seriously confused, supporting the death penalty and murder. I was thinking of the more almost pacifist ‘seamless garment’ European types! I’ve heard some say abortion is the ultimate capitalist crime, killing off unproductive members of society.

DocRichard said...

Thanks for your comment, but I think this is a bit tangential to the central issue of the apparent apostasy of some members of the CoE.