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WOKE WELBY: Archbishop of Wokery Channels Black Lives Matter on Valentines Day

JUSTIN Welby, the Archbishop of Canterbury, has shared a prayer for racial justice and equality in the church and in the nation but has been slammed for using his position to push far-left woke political issues.

He wrote the prayer with Dr Sanjee Perera, Archbishops’ adviser on minority ethnic Anglican concerns, for Racial Justice Sunday.

The prayer refers to “the sin of racism” and how Jesus “broke down the walls that divide”.

Lines include: “We pray for all those affected by the marginalisation of prejudice and the violence of racist words and actions.”

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“We pray that we might uproot its cancerous and systemic hold on our own institutions.”

His message was not without criticism with one Brit telling Welby: “Those institutions are what exactly, the Monarchy, our Parliament, our Armed Forces, our Health Service, our Schools and Colleges? How are they systemically racist? This is nothing short of libelous and utterly shocking. I pray for the Church of England, heaven knows it needs it.”

Another prayed for the left behind: “I pray for white working class boys on the scrap heap, the most marginalised group in this society..Who are told by the Cof E be repentant for their white privilege.And I pray for the Justin Welby and his prejudice against this group of boy.Please God help Justin Welby.”

Last February, Mr Welby said the church remains “deeply institutionally racist”, as the General Synod unanimously backed a motion to “lament” and apologise for both conscious and unconscious racism.

He said: “Personally, I am sorry and ashamed. I’m ashamed of our history and I’m ashamed of our failure.”

He added: “There is no doubt when we look at our own Church that we are still deeply institutionally racist.”

“Let’s just be clear about that. I said it to the College of Bishops a couple of years ago and it’s true.”

He said the “hostile environment” must be transformed into a “hospitable, welcoming one”, and urged “radical and decisive” progress on the issue in order to put an end to institutional racism.

Additional Reporting by PA Media

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