Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby & Wonga
I read with great interest the news the Justin Welby had declared that he and the Church of England were going to force Wonga the payday leading firm out of business with the use of credit unions across the country.
My amusement did not come from the setting up of credit unions which we in the Kemetic Federation think are one of the best ways to offer help to those who are in need of financial help in these troubled times when so many have found themselves in need.
No my amusement started when after all his words of condemnation it turned out the Church that he heads was one of those who invested in funds that provided money for Wonga.
It is yet another example of how these so called organisations of faith talk one thing and yet behind closed doors practise another.
This is a prime example while the encouraging of credit unions is a very good thing why does the Church of England and come to that and faith organisation need so much money in its coffers.
We except that it has to cover the costs of the clergy and the churches although this is not the exact truth as if you go to any church you are bound to find a fund to help restore it. But why so much other money in fact why does the Archbishop Welby need a palace in central London and it is not only him this point goes even more so for the Pope who despite all his words lives in a massive palace complex with finances that any major company would envy.
All these faith talk of helping the poor. They tell us that they condemn usury as a major sin and yet they use these very things and companies to enhance their wealth and this is a wealth that stays with them and never gets to the poor.
Within the Kemetic Federation we have practiced a very different way of life. A way that was started centuries ago in the ancient time. We except that it is the duty of the temples to collect wealth but that this wealth should be used to help those in need.
In the past our priests filled out granary’s in times of plenty but in times of need these full granary’s were emptied into the hands of the poor.
So I say to Justin Welby and all those who follow his view that stop trying to get followers back to your church with headline catching statements and start to help the poor and empty your bank accounts into the hands of those who need it.
The Gods have shown us that in times of plenty it is the duty if the temples to save and in times of need this should be there for the poor and needy a leson that so many could and should learn from.
Spiritual leader of the Kemetic Federation and Faith