Mark Thompson And Christianity

BBC Logo in 1970. Back then, they were already abusing children…

I have glanced a couple of articles today describing Mark Thompson as a “practising Catholic” and fuelling some hopes about his editorial behaviour in his new position. I must say I had to smile; in case you should think Mark Thompson, the new CEO of the New York Times, is a person vaguely approaching decency as far as Christian values are concerned, I suggest you abandon every hope now.

As a resident of the United Kingdom, I have witnessed for years the relentless anti-Christian bias and utter enmity of basic morality this man incarnates. I have written a couple of blog posts about the Beeb, but the examples are truly countless.

This is a man who led an organisation who refused to call the 7 July bombers (more than 50 dead) “terrorists”, preferring “fighters” in pure Osama Bin Laden style. This is also the kind of person who uses double standards for Islam and Christianity and defends his choice, whilst calling himself a “practising Catholic. 

The examples are really countless. I haven’t noticed any improvement in the last years. The contrary is the case. The BBC is the aider and abetted of everything that is perverted in this country. Starting from their own corridors, as it is now well known…

On the other hand, how could anyone expect that the NYT would suddenly accept a Christian ( I mean a real one) as commander in chief? It would be more likely that Obama converts to Christianity.
Make no mistake, the NYT will continue to be as bad in future as it was in the past; the only difference might be dome attempt to masquerade as “Christian” the one or other satanic fad. Hey, he says he is a “practising Catholic”, doesn’t he now…

Mundabor

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Posted on November 14, 2012, in Catholicism and tagged , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.

  1. Mund, this is slightly off topic, but since you said the BBC is pushing perversion, this is somewhat on topic. Randy Engels interview on homosexuality http://www.blogtalkradio/rebecca-diserio/2012/11/04/forward-boldly-guest-randy-engel

    • Hi Steve,

      Link doesn’t seem to work.

      if you manage to get a working one, it might be useful also for other readers who might not want to google around to get it.

      M

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