The Judas Kiss

First World War Hidden History

In a spirit of reconciliation and humility there is great cause for the Church of England to reflect on its behaviour during the war, and apologise. Not since Jesus was betrayed in Gethsemane has Christianity been so wilfully sold out.

If the Church of England was ‘the Conservative Party at prayer’, [1] the most senior prelates and professors of divinity who headed that Church represented the Secret Elite in conclave. Promoted and championed by inner-circle power brokers like the Earl of Roseberry, the men who in August 1914 hailed the ‘Holy and Righteous War’ [2] owed their allegiance to God, All Souls, Oxford and the Secret Elite, though not necessarily in that order. They saw their role as teachers and leaders, to state the given causes for the war, to explain the meaning of the war, to maintain morale on the home front and to remind the public that the…

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2 thoughts on “The Judas Kiss

  1. Church leaders investing in the companies of Arms manufacturers. Whatever next?
    The usual hypocrisy that saw Germans with ‘Gott Mit Uns’ on their belt buckles, and leading theologians on all sides supporting the killing of millions.
    Best wishes, Pete.

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