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Tuesday, June 12, 2012

Layman 'splains it to the Bishop of Exeter

At the Telegraph Blogs, James Delingpole absolutely brutalizes the hapless bishop:
Bishop, you are no doubt a very busy man, what with all the sustainability workshops you have to attend and all the junk-science books by Mark Lynas and George Monbiot you have to read in order to keep abreast of the latest weapons-grade drivel about "climate change." 
Apparently the Bishop of Exeter thought to build some wind turbines or something without getting the community's buy-in.  When the laity found out about it, they kind of hurt his feelings.  Which caused him to whine in public.  Which got Mr. Delingpole's attention.  Which the churchman shouldn't have done.

The beating is merciless but as the Proverbs say:  "A whip for the horse, a bridal for the donkey, and a rod for the backs of fools."

To say the the whole thing is worth reading doesn't do it justice.


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