Wednesday, 9 November 2011

Crying shame

When I first visited St.Paul's cathedral I was literally overwhelmed by the history,grandeur,architecture and sense of Englishness the building emanates. Now the building is beset with human garbage protesting in the name of some unholy alliance of leftist anarchist green garbage.....sod em all.

8 comments:

Scout said...

I am disappointed to hear about vandalism, bad behaviour etc...but they're not all "human garbage", surely? Many of them believe very passionately in a good cause.

Thud said...

I'm content with garbage,rather restrained for me.

Scrobs... said...

And they'd only finished doing up the place a couple of years ago.

As most of the 'protestors' go home of an evening, it is becoming a farce, but not hepled by the church authorities dithering about either.

Mind you, if you'd ever had to deal with the ecclesiatical property and insurance people, you'd understand why...

James Higham said...

Succinct, to the point, Thud.

Putz said...

yes i agree with you this time, thud because any beauty treated by whoever desecrating should bethrown in a vat of boiling oil

Putz said...

mormon chapels also have been on this particular lissts here in utah

Putz said...

i have always known where you were coming from and i visited candle once again and i can't tell where he is comming from<><>is he <JHVKFsdwqefhio

Electro-Kevin said...

War memorials too.

I cannot believe what it's coming to.