Brian is a well known Bible teacher with a particular emphasis on Biblical end time events. Believing that these events are already underway, he believes that the Rapture of the Church to glory is imminent. Brian and Gilly (pic here with Bethan)travel throughout the UK and he also teaches in Europe and the USA. Although they are regularly in fellowships and churches who know them well, they are most happy to visit new venues to bring the message of the Gospel and the nearness of Christs return.
Sunday, 8 March 2015
THE DAILY EXPRESS WITH A SCATHING ACCOUNT OF BRITAIN AND THEIR MULTI CULTURAL INCLUSIVENESS TRANCE!!
A Word from the Editor: Britain has to come out of the multi-cultural inclusiveness trance
THE HOUSE Of Commons should be equipped with a very large black kettle and a similarly-sized pot. Published: 00:01, Sun, March 8, 2015 By MARTIN TOWNSEND
ENTERPRISE Islamic State is a real and present danger to us
Whenever any member of the Labour Party utters even a bat’s-squeak of a comment about alleged Conservative failures on immigration, the pint-sized Speaker, John Bercow, should be invited to beat both containers with a large stick to remind said member of their utter hypocrisy.
We do not have an immigration crisis in this country because of David Cameron or Nigel Farage or even Nick Clegg, we have one because of Labour, who waved in all-comers with impunity during the Blair years to “rub the middle-classes’ nose in it”.
The Shadow Home Secretary Yvette Cooper, wife of Blair Years bully-boy Ed Balls, was at it again last week, claiming that David Cameron’s immigration promise was in “tatters”, after the revelation that a whopping 624,000 newcomers arrived in the country last year.
Perhaps it is, but only because Labour’s wide-open door policies from 1996 onwards left the Prime Minister with such a mountain to climb.
It is a similar story with the economy.
Labour can bleat all they like about how hard George Osborne’s austerity policies are on ordinary working people.
They wouldn’t have to be if Labour, by their own admission, hadn’t left the country utterly broke.
The clamour about immigration however, has been mere background noise this past week to a more insistent sound: the steady thump of the drums of war.
If the revelation that the bloodthirsty Jihadi John is actually Mohammed Emwazi, a 26-year-old student who grew up in London, wasn’t enough to convince us the shocking pictures of Islamic State extremists laying waste with sledgehammers to 3,000-year-old artefacts in Mosul, Northern Iraq, was the clincher.
If we don’t wake up – and soon – to the fact that IS is a real and present danger to just about everything we hold dear in the civilised world, then all will be lost before we do.
By “waking up” I mean confronting, head-on, the universities and schools in this country which are so immersed in Liberal-socialist political correctness that, on the very evening that he was unmasked to the world, Westminster University, the college which Jihadi John attended, was due to host a talk by an openly homophobic speaker.
It was hastily cancelled but how and why was it planned to go ahead in the first place?
We have laws about homophobia in this country, don’t we?
Britain has been in a trance of multi-cultural inclusiveness and namby-pamby, touchy-feely liberalism since the Blair years
How much was that talk something driven by the university’s Islamic Society, which organised it, and how much was it encouraged by the sort of lily-livered liberals we all know run so many of our educational establishments?
The sort of people who delight in pandering to such inflammatory Islamic elements when most ordinary, law-abiding Muslims just want to get on with studying for their degrees and have a quiet life.
By “waking up” I also mean putting our own house in order.
Why are we making vast cuts to our Armed Forces when the threat of an escalating war in the Middle East could not be more alarming?
We have more horses than tanks now.
Our Navy and Air Force have been decimated.
We make vague noises about how the future will be all about “cyber warfare”(one of those vague notions like “climate change” which attract thousands of profit-hungry spivs and are a good excuse to raise taxes) but the shootings in Paris and Copenhagen were not carried out on computer screens.
The militants of IS are coming our way.
They will not be repelled by management consultants, PR men or out-reach workers playing Candy Crush in council offices.
Britain has been in a trance of multi-cultural inclusiveness and namby-pamby, touchy-feely liberalism since the Blair years.
We were sold the idea that such tolerance has strengthened our democracy but it has done quite the opposite: it has allowed a small, hard-core of extremists to develop and flourish, and threaten the security of the vast, law-abiding majority: whether they be Christians, Jewish people, Muslims or any other race or creed.
We have to shake ourselves out of that trance.
We have to protect our borders and carry out proper checks on everybody entering and leaving our airports, even if it means bringing back what troops we have from abroad to do it.
And we have to promote our own cultural and religious strengths as a still-Christian nation.
Why have we closed 324 public libraries in the past few years?
Does that make us any better than those extremists in Mosul who burned books?
Why is the Anglican church, year after year, dabbling in petty politics – homosexual marriage, the ordination of women – while hundreds of thousands of Christians are being persecuted and slaughtered across the world?
Where are the strong voices in the Church Of England?
To stand up for the values we believe in, we need to know what those beliefs are.
At the moment we are looking the other way, twiddling with our iPhones.
And we must not vote in a Labour government in May.
Blair took us down this road to impending peril, by unleashing mass immigration on Britain and pursuing an illegal war in Iraq.
His party can never, ever be trusted in power again.