Church of England Decided to Censor EdenAdded: Saturday, March 1st, 2014
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The Church of England, which was established by a British king so he could marry his mistress, seems to be having a problem with sinners using its Wi-Fi to download pictures of people garbed just as their God created them. It saw the only way out – censorship.
Today Canterbury Cathedral is blocking access to certain online portals in order to keep worshippers from the temptation of looking for websites during the sermon. The church is also concerned about people searching for the stuff while having tea and cookies at the new café. The church believes that it is a huge problem when modern day pilgrims visit what is left of the shrine of Thomas Beckett. The latter lost his life after encountering some hard normal knights around his back passage.
According to a spokesman for the cathedral, the measures were really a safeguarding process. The church wanted to provide free Wi-Fi for members of the public, but of course it didn’t want them to access salacious or debasing websites.
The Church claimed that the entire move was based on a fear of the devil only, because nobody has actually been caught using their mobiles to look at the devil’s dumplings or feeding their one eyed serpent of paradise thus far. At the same time, the church doesn’t want you murdered by its God for the sin of Onan, who wouldn’t father a kid by his widowed sister-in-law. Media reports say that the appropriately named Chester Cathedral even had to close down its Wi-Fi network after it was revealed that patrons could look at chests on the Internet.
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Saturday, March 1st, 2014
|How would a Stalinist regime deal with this situation?|
|the church has no business providing free wi-fi in the first place. What's next getting listed on the NYSE??|
|St. Augustine of Canterbury founded the Church of England in AD 597. I believe the author of this article is confusing the creation of the Church of England with the Reformation.|
|Church of England is an institution and all institutions provide internet that is geared towards their 'policies'. Obviously a church's policy can't be to let people surf porn. I therefore do not see any value in this news item at all.|
|posted by (2014-03-02 03:45:00)|
|They need to stop worrying about free wifi and get on better medical|
|The Church of England, was established by a British king so he could marry his mistress? What a wholesome KING! Lol!|
|"The latter lost his life after encountering some HARD normal knights around his BACK PASSAGE."|
Does this mean what I think it means?
|posted by (2014-03-02 13:48:10)|
|I'm at lost here, i remember reading a ET article that now the UK impose on the internet provider a automatic porn filters.|
|posted by (2014-03-03 06:25:42)|
|i think ill have a wank and not worry about it|
|Two of you are right The Church of England was established by King Henry VIII of England in 1534 in order to declare his first marriage to Catherine of Aragon null and void, so as to declare his marriage to Anne Boleyn legal. Henry passed an Act of Reformation replacing the Pope as Supreme head of the Church with himself. so it was a Monarch who founded the church and began the reformation, good ole Henry!!|
|Also a Stalinist regime would handle this by killing everyone who disagrees with their point of view!!||
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