The anti-English racism of Manchester CathedralMay 2011: Traditional celebrations for St George's Day took place across the North West of England on April 23rd thanks, in part, to an initiative from Nick Griffin MEP who funded the stalls set up in many towns and cities which gave out English flag cakes and key rings, along with a special St George's Day leaflet.
Nick paid for the patriotic stalls from his English Fair Fund to which he gives 10% of his MEP's salary each month. The fund was set up to support good causes and help to keep British traditions alive and British heritage maintained.
In stark contrast to Nick's effort, the clerics at Manchester Cathedral are doing their best to change the tradition of St George, using an Afro-Caribbean puppet as the English Patron Saint which to lead a 'multi-cultural carnival procession' through the city.
This led to the expected outcry from patriotic Britons who inundated the British National Party's MEP with letters and emails accusing Manchester Cathedral of anti-English and anti-White racism.
He also received a letter from a member of the Cathedral community who expressed her dismay and anger at what had taken place.
"I attended the services over the St George's Day and Easter weekend and have to report that there was a deliberate programme of 'doing-down' the indigenous population.
The Dean, the Very Reverend Rogers Govender, and the Canon Theologian, Canon Andrew Shanks, were instrumental in promoting this agenda.
At the Easter Service, the baptism of a mixed race child took centre stage, and there was a specially orchestrated procession around the church with the mother of the child, a Nigerian and her imposing family, leading the way while the the White father and his relatives walked two paces behind.
The Resurrection of Christ is the most important celebration in the Christian Calendar, but apparently not in Manchester where it appears that it's more important to celebrate the huge change that has taken place in the demographics of the British population by 'celebrating' the growing influence of Black people in our society.
I was prepared to give the Cathedral Clergy the benefit of the doubt, but not anymore. The Dean, who is an ethnic Indian from South Africa, is pursuing his own divisive agenda. He is blatantly anti-British and anti-White.
Andrew Shanks is also promoting anti-White colour prejudice and Religious Pluralism. In the past I have protected him from criticism, but not anymore. He must now face the wrath of the public for his actions.
Please help make your constituents aware of this campaign to undermine our British identity and traditional Christian values."
Nick urges his constituents to write to the Cathedral and voice their concerns about the RedCrosse - A 'Celebration' of St George, and the 'blessing' in the Cathedral of the Afro-Caribbean effigy of St George.
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