#UK Justin Welby warns Church of England leaders are 'one of the oppressors' if fail to act on migrants #UKnews

#UK Justin Welby warns Church of England leaders are ‘one of the oppressors’ if fail to act on migrants #UKnews

#UK Justin Welby warns Church of England leaders are ‘one of many oppressors’ if fail to behave on migrants #UKnews

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Justin Welby blasts ‘unethical’ therapy of migrants and warns Church of England leaders are ‘one of many oppressors’ in the event that they fail to behave

  • Archbishop of Canterbury spoke to Lambeth Conference of Anglican bishops
  • In newest political intervention, he advised Church of England leaders to ‘take risks’
  • The former oil govt known as local weather change an ‘undeclared battle’
  • It got here after he used his Easter sermon to denounce the Rwanda asylum deal

The Archbishop of Canterbury has urged Anglican bishops to talk out in opposition to ‘unethical treatment’ of migrants and local weather change.

In his newest extremely political intervention, Justin Welby inspired Church of England leaders to ‘take risks’ and warned that failing to behave would make them ‘one of the oppressors’.

Calling local weather change an ‘undeclared war’, the previous oil govt warned it may create 1.2billion refugees with penalties ‘tragic beyond anything in human history’. ‘To be silent on the unethical treatment of migrants or on war or oppression, on the abuse of human rights, on persecution, is to be one of the oppressors,’ he advised the Lambeth Conference of Anglican bishops.

The Archbishop of Canterbury has urged Anglican bishops to speak out against ‘unethical treatment’ of migrants and climate change

The Archbishop of Canterbury has urged Anglican bishops to talk out in opposition to ‘unethical treatment’ of migrants and local weather change

He stated his establishment had been ‘embedded’ within the Establishment and had ‘tempted us sometimes in the Church of England to be too close’, including: ‘Not so much nowadays, I think both the Cabinet and myself would say.’ It got here after he used his Easter sermon to denounce Home Secretary Priti Patel’s Rwanda asylum deal.

The Archbishop went on: ‘Climate change, better called the climate crisis or better still the climate emergency, as we know, is the result of the wealthier countries having declared war on God’s creation, unknowingly, unthinkingly ranging from the nineteenth century.

‘The symptoms of that war now are that the wealthy dump refuse in the oceans.

In his latest highly political intervention, Justin Welby encouraged Church of England leaders to ‘take risks’ and warned that failing to behave would make them ‘one of the oppressors’

In his newest extremely political intervention, Justin Welby inspired Church of England leaders to ‘take risks’ and warned that failing to behave would make them ‘one of the oppressors’

‘They tell the poor not to use carbon-generating fuels and they say to the world, too often, not by their word but by their actions “we will keep our wealth and you, the poor, must discover new paths”.’

He stated the Rwanda proposal wouldn’t ‘stand up to the judgment of God’, including there have been ‘serious ethical questions about sending asylum seekers overseas’.

His criticisms, and related personal remarks reported to have been made by Prince Charles, led PM Boris Johnson to acknowledge the Rwanda deal had drawn opprobrium from ‘slightly unexpected quarters’.

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