Monday, 28 November 2016
Theresa May yesterday announced in the Sunday Times that her faith in God, gives her confidence, she is doing the right thing, saying her moral sense of right and wrong is helping her work out what is best for Britain claiming “There is something in terms of faith, I am a practising member of the Church of England and so forth, that lies behind what I do.”
The daughter of a vicar went on: “If you know you are doing the right thing, you have the confidence, the energy to go and deliver that right message.”But she confessed “in this job you don’t get much time to sleep” and admitted that she was “very conscious” of the enormity of Brexit saying ‘it’s a moment of change” and “a hugely challenging time.”
Isn't this the sort of clap-trap Tony Blair used to say, offering pontifications about his so called divine right. Whilst God was engaged, kept busy did he/she also tell her it's OK to drop nuclear bombs on people too, whilst she carries on staunchly defending selling arms to human rights abusers. From what I remember, from studying scripture did not Christ help feed those that were oppressed, homeless and starving, taught us to love thy neighbour?
So not sure whose been guiding her, because even though i'm a bit of a skeptic not sure if this friend of hers would have told told her to keep continuing with austerity, homelessness and foodbanks, and screwing the sick and disabled on a daily basis? Or that successive Tory MP's should carry on with the same objective.It could just be a case of simple delusion, or the sayings of just another Tory hypocrite, who I remember previously saying " We, the Conservatives will put ourselves at the service of normal working people. We will strive to make Britain a country that works for everyone, regardless of who they are and where they're from."
Posted by teifidancer at 20:59