Boris Johnson Vows to Defend Christians in First Christmas Message Since Becoming PM
Boris Johnson has vowed to defend Christians around the world in his first Christmas message since becoming U.K prime minister.
In a video posted to Twitter, Johnson acknowledged that Christmas Day is ‚Äúfirst and foremost, a celebration of the birth of Jesus Christ.‚ÄĚ
‚ÄúIt is a day of inestimable importance to billions of Christians the world over,‚ÄĚ he added.
He continued: ‚ÄúToday of all days, I want us to remember those Christians around the world who are facing persecution. For them, Christmas Day will be marked in private, in secret, perhaps even in a prison cell....
The ‚Äúguardian ‚Äú speaks of their concept of Jesus the man, Not the Christ. The world will undeniably but humiliated at the returning Christ , with a sword from his mouth and a golden sash explaining Righteous and True. That is why the idea the Christ is a republican or democrat or communist or capitalist or a mocking ecologist is a buffoonish lie.
Wayfarer pilgrim wrote: Wait Boris has had affairs, he‚Äôs buffoonish, has a mop of ‚Äú hair ‚Äú, wants to unhinge the citizenry from a monolithic government? Why praise him and not DJT.
Boris isn't that boorish‚Ěó He even wrote for a newspaper at one time. He can communicate in English better than a 14 year old, in other words.
I would also add that is not a closet Progressive like some leaders one thinks of. Unfortunately it is getting harder to find the golden mean all the time. The Guardian's has to Liberal of opinion for me in places.ūüĎé
'‚ÄúThere is neither Jew nor Greek, there is neither slave nor free, there is no male and female, for you are all one in Christ Jesus.‚ÄĚ These words, written by Saint Paul 2,000 years ago, are central to the Christian faith. They speak of a vocation for the universal and point to an ethic of social justice and solidarity. The Christian tradition‚Äôs account of the humble circumstances of the birth of Jesus, represented in the nativity scene, is in the same spirit, identifying Christ with the marginal, the maligned and the poor.'
https://tinyurl.com/qlgrazx (The Guardian view on the rise of Christian-nativist populists: a troubling sign of things to come)
He could always make a motion for it to be called... "kris (kringle) mass" or " mass mess", "gift and gathering" day (could exchange "gag" gifts) or..just call it what it is.. "winter break" It's a WINTER BREAK! a rose by any other name is still a rose. Christ doesn't NEED defended in His Incarnation.. His Word is sufficient. This is the problem and backlash of syncretism...so, Christians who want to defend "christmas" need to eat the fruits thereof in imposing Christ into it and following Rome. More compromise and deception to escalate...
Well, even though there is nothing that mankind can do to hasten or slow down the coming of the antichrist, I will speak out against anything that I deem will hasten it.
I believe that the antichrist will arise from the European Union; therefore I am against that union. I am happy that it appears Britain will leave that union simply for that reason. It will be very interesting when they finally leave. I have no idea what the complexities are, but my guess is France, Germany, et al, will try and teach Britain a lesson.
Well at least Boris has released the UK from the Federalist dictatorship which Germany and France are trying to establish in Europe. The Federalists (Remainers) would take Britain's sovereignty, laws and freedoms and impose dictatorship from Germany and France - via Brussels.
Quote::- "Federalisation of the European Union is the proposed institutional process by which the European Union (EU) is transformed from an informal confederation (a union of sovereign states) towards a federation (a single federal state with a central government, consisting of a number of partially self-governing federated states). There is ongoing discussion about the extent to which the EU has already become a federation over the course of decades, and more importantly, to what degree it should continue to evolve into a federalist direction." (Wiki) ====
In 1973 Britain voted for a "Common Market". Since then the (sneaky) Political oligarchy has built and established a Federalist Parliament in Brussels; - Which WE did not vote for.