According to 'The Daily Telegraph', Doolally Dow declaimed these inundations to be...
"...a strong and definite judgment because the world has been arrogant in going its own way. We are reaping the consequences of our moral degradation, as well as the environmental damage that we have caused. We are in serious moral trouble because every type of lifestyle is now regarded as legitimate. In the Bible, institutional power is referred to as 'the beast', which sets itself up to control people and their morals. Our government has been playing the role of God in saying that people are free to act as they want. The sexual orientation regulations [which give greater rights to gays] are part of a general scene of permissiveness. We are in a situation where we are liable for God's judgment, which is intended to call us to repentance. [The West] has set up dominant economic structures that are built on greed and that keep other nations in a situation of dependence. The principle of God's judgment on nations that have exploited other nations is all there in the Bible"
As 'The Daily Telegraph' succinctly puts it..."[Dow] has even claimed that laws that have undermined marriage, including the introduction of pro-gay legislation, have provoked God to act by sending the storms that have left thousands of people homeless.And it serves you homophiles right. If you hadn't got up God's nose, He wouldn't have had to show you how pissed off He was!
What's that? You're not a homophile? You're just some poor innocent schmuck who is the victim of
BastardBishop Dow's psychopathological delusions that his malignant 'god' exists, when ALL sane people know that his so-called 'God' does not exist outwith his own fevered imagination! Ah, but that's where you're wrong, for the BuffoonBishop of Carlisle was joined in his gleeful support for the suffering of innocents by his mates in the higher echelons of the Church of England clergy.
None other than the
BastardBishop of Liverpool, the Rt Rev James Jones, who added his tuppence-worth..."People no longer see natural disasters as an act of God. However, we are now reaping what we have sown. If we live in a profligate way then there are going to be consequences. We have a responsibility in this and God is exposing us to the truth of what we have done."
Not to be outdone, The Rt Rev Richard Chartres, Bishop of London, said:"We are all part of the problem and part of the solution. Instead of living as if we owned the earth we need to recover a sense of being participants in a web of life with responsibilities to other life forms and to our children."
But the Idiot Bastard Bishop Dow does not agree with Chartres, since the former opines that we do not owe any responsibility towards homosexuals; on the contrary, just by showing them the respect that they deserve as fellow human beings is to bring down the wrath of that sick prelate's malevolent so-called 'god' on our heads.
All I can say in conclusion is that it is a great pity that the floods didn't drown ignorant delusional psychotic cunts like Dow and his ilk!