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Wednesday, 19 March 2014

William Hathorn CEO of The Bible and Gospel trust freely admits to not having read and understood the recent Charity Commission decision document!

He assured me that he will however read it carefully before he signs it as a trustee.

William is the chap with the angular cap perched at a jaunty angle in the photo below, he is chatting to me with Neil Purdom whilst Oliver Woodcock preaches.

The street preaching at Westminster (1pm on weekdays by Westminster tube exit 6) is the ideal spot to engage with the cult members who frankly are blissfully unaware of the detriment and harm caused by their Church.

Click here for clip of the 'event';http://youtu.be/f52yovbCLNA

And here for another;http://youtu.be/V_dj45TmupY



13 comments:

  1. Another answer to prayer!

    Following on from the Lord "coming in for us" in giving us resounding victory over the Charity Commission we now have the Chancellor deciding not to raise duty on the Amber Nectar, or "Jimmies Tiddle". There will be great rejoicing at our next meeting this evening - we may even leave the gates open so you can come and enjoy the singing!

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  2. According to our belubbed blubber LJO, the streets of our cities and towns are packed with the wicked, bladdered great unwashed. At least the saints fall over in their own homes and have their own Rapid Relief Team on tap (as it were).

    Johnnie Walker

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  3. So who are the men in blue with the white hair and cap?
    They seem to be quite helpful and polite.

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    1. Aha, the great mystic crystal ball of the Exclusive Brethren can see into photos and see who is helpful and polite. Woooooo.

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    2. William Hathorn and Neil Purdom- both of whom were polite but dismissive.

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    3. who is the guy with the messy hair in the grey suit with the red face - clearly had a tipple or two before heading into town!!!

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    4. Oh! That must be Beedy Aitch then! Didn't recognise him!

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    5. It can't be the Man of Grog because he is wearing a worldly tie. Actually, I think Laurie purveys an air of country, shabby chic, sartorial elegance. I'm loving the natural tan, leather briefcase (great for writs!). The others appear to be dressed in a sort of Maoist conformity. I would like to "accessorize" with plastic, black shoulder bags, for tracts (and something to keep out the cold!)

      Fiona

      On-line Ed. "Scene on the Street"




      Ed. Haute Couture

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    6. William Hathorn and Neil Purdom dressed courtesy of "OneJacket".

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    7. I must say the current leader's view of the depot is different to mine. I demanded a million bucks for my grubby ministry and was not impressed when I didn't get it. Now the current furniture-manufacturing Man of Grog has appointed another furniture manufacturer as CEO of the white book factory. Whatever is going on? Are you there Leonardo? I need you to do me a favour, mate.

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  4. Well they don't exactly appear to be dismissing you Laurie.
    All looks pleasantly constructive and genteel.

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    1. Maybe LJO could learn off his superiors here

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  5. Are hats back again then? I had to get rid of mine in the late 60s. Oh dear, all these corners!

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