Protesters vote to stay at St Paul's Cathedral despite evil Dean

Tony Gosling tony at
Sat Oct 22 12:21:50 BST 2011

The campers are now quite clearly negotiating 
with the cult-heart of the beast - much like 
Gaddafi trying to negotiate with Blair, 
Palestinians trying to negotiate with Netanyahu 
or Irish Catholics trying to negotiate with Northern Irish Orange men.
This is the first time St. Pauls has been closed 
since the second world war - and it's been closed on entrely spurious grounds.
(Masonic?) C of E rulers are making their 
insincerity public and bringing the church into 
disrepute. Time for them to hand over this great 
building to the people who really do recognse 
evil when they see it and follow Christs teachings more than they do.
And Right Reverend Graeme Knowles making it clear 
he has not the faintest idea of or connection with the teachings of Jesus.
Then there is the Corporation of London they have 
to deal with. That power is 100% freemasonry and duplicious greed.
All designed to give the campers - like the Dale 
Farm travellers - something to think about to 
divert the from their holy mission to articulate 
the people's solution to the crisis of greed and 
a flthy political system here in Britain.
The people versus the fake Christians and the City.
Let us hope and pray for the vicory of righteousness.
This is a battle for freedom every bit as important as that in Afghanistan.

Maybe the protesters should appeal to NATO for 
rocket launchers, RPGs, explosives and SAS support  ;-)


UK - Occupy City of London camp at St. Pauls

Protesters vote to stay at St Paul's Cathedral
22 October 2011
Anti-capitalist protesters who have been camping 
outside St Paul's Cathedral have voted to stay, 
despite appeals for them to leave.
This weekend, the evil Dean says he has been 
forced to close the cathedral doors for health 
and safety reasons, as demonstrators camping outside refuse to move.
The last time the famous landmark cancelled its 
Sunday services was during the Blitz in 1941.
The protesters, from Occupy London Stock 
Exchange, have been in St Paul's Churchyard for a week.
Peter, who is one of them, says dialogue with the church will continue.

Mothers and babies flock to protest at St Paul's
Rob Parsons
The "tent city" anti-capitalist protest outside 
St Paul's Cathedral has doubled in size as 
mothers with babies swell the ranks.
As the landmark faces the weekend surrounded by 
tents, protest organisers announced thousands 
more people were expected to attend a day of 
events tomorrow with musical performances and 
economic discussions with high-profile speakers.
Cathedral bosses were today grappling with how to 
cope with a huge drop in takings on one of their busiest days.
Musicians will perform and Polly Toynbee, the 
Guardian columnist, will speak in a "round table" 
discussion on the seventh day of protest against 
"corporate greed" by the Occupy London Stock Exchange movement.
The number of tents camped around the building 
has risen from 120 since Monday to near double 
that and signs have now been put up telling 
arrivals that no more can be accommodated.
Cathedral officials warned this week that the 
presence of the hundreds of protesters could 
force the building to close and said that takings 
had dropped by 50 per cent since they arrived a 
week ago. But a cathedral spokeswoman said its 
programme of events tomorrow, which includes a 
Eucharist service and choral evensong, would 
continue as normal and that the main entrance to the building would stay open.
The demonstrators, who set up camp outside the 
cathedral after being blocked from entering the 
London Stock Exchange, say they had no plans to 
leave and want more people to join their protest.
But with no space left for tents, organisers are 
being forced to consider alternative sites. 
Protester Naomi Colvin, 31, from Wanstead, said 
the group was aware that "we are near the limits of what we can do here".
She said: "In terms of the space we have, we are 
keeping an eye it. That is as far as the 
discussions have gone. People are talking about alternative sites for us.
"It is brilliant we are here, as long as St 
Paul's have the patience for us to be here we will keep that going."
The movement has received more than £4,000 from 
residents and businesses this week as well as 
donations of food and equipment.
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Fear not therefore: for there is nothing covered 
that shall not be revealed; and nothing hid that 
shall not be made known. What I tell you in 
darkness, that speak ye in the light and what ye 
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