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Post by Google.Gaspar.Statements on 07.10.14 16:59




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 Lizi Gray said...
Have YOU actually read her tweets? One day you will have to answer to your God. Am I also a "troll" because I do not believe the McCann's version of events?
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8:38 AM   Anonymous said...
I'm curious to know if you would say the the same about the people that allegedly drove this lady to her demise. Remind me never to visit your place of worship. R.i.p Brenda
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http://bishopjonathanblake.blogspot.co.uk/2014/10/brenda-leyland-oh-these-sweet.html
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Post by BlueBag on 07.10.14 17:03

That is a DISGRACE!
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Post by frost on 07.10.14 17:04

what an ignorant man

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Post by noddy100 on 07.10.14 17:08

He has a FB page and is saying similar there even answering those who disagree with him in an
antagonistic fashion Sad

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Post by lj on 07.10.14 17:35

What n absolute disgrace.

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Post by Get'emGonçalo on 07.10.14 17:41

Here's another one of his posts, after Brenda died:

Monday, October 06, 2014


BRENDA LEYLAND - THE MENTALLY ILL TWEET THEIR TORMENT

Brenda Leyland posted 4000 tweets about the McCanns in the past year. This obsessive harassment and stalking of others can thrive under the cloak of anonymity. All internet posters/tweeters ought to be identifiable and accountable to prevent this malevolent abuse.

http://www.thetimes.co.uk/tto/news/uk/article4228505.ece
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Post by Get'emGonçalo on 07.10.14 17:44

ARNIS ZALKALNS AND BRENDA LEYLAND END THEIR LIVES

How many people would end their lives if their malignant secrets or misdeeds were revealed? Why can we tolerate that which is harboured within the human mind as long as it remains concealed? We have even tamed our Gods so that they can know about our darkness and accommodate it, but not others. It seems that scrutiny is our most potent defence against evil. CCTV, neighbour's eyes, speed cameras, the media, journalists, police, the judiciary and investigators are proving to be our most efficacious moral guardians.

http://www.thetimes.co.uk/tto/news/uk/article4227765.ece
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Post by Get'emGonçalo on 07.10.14 17:48

Thursday, October 02, 2014



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Post by sonic72 on 07.10.14 17:58

What a fool...

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Post by ChippyM on 07.10.14 18:44

Get 'em Gonçalo wrote:

ARNIS ZALKALNS AND BRENDA LEYLAND END THEIR LIVES



How many people would end their lives if their malignant secrets or misdeeds were revealed? Why can we tolerate that which is harboured within the human mind as long as it remains concealed? We have even tamed our Gods so that they can know about our darkness and accommodate it, but not others. It seems that scrutiny is our most potent defence against evil. CCTV, neighbour's eyes, speed cameras, the media, journalists, police, the judiciary and investigators are proving to be our most efficacious moral guardians.

http://www.thetimes.co.uk/tto/news/uk/article4227765.ece
posted by Bishop Jonathan Blake | 2:02 AM | 0 comments

He is comparing a convicted murderer to a woman that tweeted some stuff?? How feckin Christian!

As for the scrutiny of CCTV, neighbours eyes, police etc. I take it that we would never see anything untoward in his life if he had cameras on him 24/7. It's not as if any religious people have ever turned out to be complete hypocrites or perverts is it?

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Another church-goer... (From Today, Radio 4, 7th October)

Post by Guest on 07.10.14 18:57

Thought for the Day - 07/10/2014 - Professor Mona Siddiqui
Duration: 02:51
When I was around 12, an older girl in my school began to bully me and my friends for a while. She would stop us any time anywhere, call us names and demand money, threatening us with violence if we didn’t give her what she wanted. She never touched us but her menacing words and size meant that for those few days we lived in fear, especially of bumping into her on our way home. We eventually plucked up the courage to report her to the head master thinking that a severe reprimand would be the end of it. But it turned out we weren’t the only people experiencing the bullying. The police became involved and before I knew it the girl’s father had taken her out of school. I never saw her again.

This was face to face bullying, and thankfully for me my only experience. It was a time well before the internet created a new space for a new kind of threat, online bullying, harassment or trolling. There’s a growing concern about the causes and effects of this phenomenon but the sad death of Brenda Leyland is a sobering reminder that what we write and say can have terrible consequences for ourselves as much as for others. Brenda Leyland was confronted by a news reporter near her home regarding her comments about the Mccann family and subsequently found dead in a hotel room on Saturday. As yet there may be no definitive link between the events but social media can make victims out of all of us and if we see it simply as a tool for free expression we’re fooling ourselves.

Of course social media sites are morally neutral tools facilitating both good and bad. But over the decades we’ve confronted the debilitating consequences of bullying in our institutions, stressed to children the need for kindness in the playground and yet we still feel hesitant in saying to adults that an open and free society mustn’t become a nasty and bigoted society all in the name of freedom of expression. Quite simply what we do and say matters even when we choose to remain anonymous; there is no virtual world there is only the real world where real people write and real people get hurt.

Islam as a faith began with the command to read in the name of God. Over the centuries much ink and blood has been spilt on how to understand God’s words. Today Muslims are again rather tragically wrestling with all kinds of scriptural meanings as religious fanatics use social media to spread more destruction. Its only words some will argue and they’re right except that words have a frightening potential – they can inspire and lift, they can damage and destroy and ultimately they can change people’s lives forever.
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Post by frost on 07.10.14 19:02

Get 'em Gonçalo wrote:

Thursday, October 02, 2014





MY BLOG VIEWED BY OVER 1000 A DAY




Interest in my blog is growing. Tell your friends.

posted by Bishop Jonathan Blake | 9:20 AM


Looks to me like he is wanting his 5 minutes of fame

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Post by aquila on 07.10.14 19:12

Ladyinred wrote:Thought for the Day - 07/10/2014 - Professor Mona Siddiqui
Duration: 02:51
When I was around 12, an older girl in my school began to bully me and my friends for a while. She would stop us any time anywhere, call us names and demand money, threatening us with violence if we didn’t give her what she wanted. She never touched us but her menacing words and size meant that for those few days we lived in fear, especially of bumping into her on our way home. We eventually plucked up the courage to report her to the head master thinking that a severe reprimand would be the end of it. But it turned out we weren’t the only people experiencing the bullying. The police became involved and before I knew it the girl’s father had taken her out of school. I never saw her again.

This was face to face bullying, and thankfully for me my only experience. It was a time well before the internet created a new space for a new kind of threat, online bullying, harassment or trolling. There’s a growing concern about the causes and effects of this phenomenon but the sad death of Brenda Leyland is a sobering reminder that what we write and say can have terrible consequences for ourselves as much as for others. Brenda Leyland was confronted by a news reporter near her home regarding her comments about the Mccann family and subsequently found dead in a hotel room on Saturday. As yet there may be no definitive link between the events but social media can make victims out of all of us and if we see it simply as a tool for free expression we’re fooling ourselves.

Of course social media sites are morally neutral tools facilitating both good and bad. But over the decades we’ve confronted the debilitating consequences of bullying in our institutions, stressed to children the need for kindness in the playground and yet we still feel hesitant in saying to adults that an open and free society mustn’t become a nasty and bigoted society all in the name of freedom of expression. Quite simply what we do and say matters even when we choose to remain anonymous; there is no virtual world there is only the real world where real people write and real people get hurt.

Islam as a faith began with the command to read in the name of God. Over the centuries much ink and blood has been spilt on how to understand God’s words. Today Muslims are again rather tragically wrestling with all kinds of scriptural meanings as religious fanatics use social media to spread more destruction. Its only words some will argue and they’re right except that words have a frightening potential – they can inspire and lift, they can damage and destroy and ultimately they can change people’s lives forever.
Had Brenda Leyland been a muslim woman with an opinion and a good education the media wouldn't have gone near her with a barge pole.
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Post by BlueBag on 07.10.14 19:18

Ladyinred wrote:Thought for the Day - 07/10/2014 - Professor Mona Siddiqui
Duration: 02:51
When I was around 12, an older girl in my school began to bully me and my friends for a while. She would stop us any time anywhere, call us names and demand money, threatening us with violence if we didn’t give her what she wanted. She never touched us but her menacing words and size meant that for those few days we lived in fear, especially of bumping into her on our way home. We eventually plucked up the courage to report her to the head master thinking that a severe reprimand would be the end of it. But it turned out we weren’t the only people experiencing the bullying. The police became involved and before I knew it the girl’s father had taken her out of school. I never saw her again.

This was face to face bullying, and thankfully for me my only experience. It was a time well before the internet created a new space for a new kind of threat, online bullying, harassment or trolling. There’s a growing concern about the causes and effects of this phenomenon but the sad death of Brenda Leyland is a sobering reminder that what we write and say can have terrible consequences for ourselves as much as for others. Brenda Leyland was confronted by a news reporter near her home regarding her comments about the Mccann family and subsequently found dead in a hotel room on Saturday. As yet there may be no definitive link between the events but social media can make victims out of all of us and if we see it simply as a tool for free expression we’re fooling ourselves.

Of course social media sites are morally neutral tools facilitating both good and bad. But over the decades we’ve confronted the debilitating consequences of bullying in our institutions, stressed to children the need for kindness in the playground and yet we still feel hesitant in saying to adults that an open and free society mustn’t become a nasty and bigoted society all in the name of freedom of expression. Quite simply what we do and say matters even when we choose to remain anonymous; there is no virtual world there is only the real world where real people write and real people get hurt.

Islam as a faith began with the command to read in the name of God. Over the centuries much ink and blood has been spilt on how to understand God’s words. Today Muslims are again rather tragically wrestling with all kinds of scriptural meanings as religious fanatics use social media to spread more destruction. Its only words some will argue and they’re right except that words have a frightening potential – they can inspire and lift, they can damage and destroy and ultimately they can change people’s lives forever.

He's a government apologist.
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Post by MRNOODLES on 07.10.14 19:19

http://www.bishopjonathanblake.com/in-the-media.htm


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A rather long article involving Richard & Judy
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Post by Smokeandmirrors on 07.10.14 19:24

Pffffff…… what a massive ego he has nah

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Post by BlueBag on 07.10.14 19:27

@MRNOODLES wrote:http://www.bishopjonathanblake.com/in-the-media.htm


THE RIGHT REVEREND JONATHAN CLIVE BLAKE
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ASSOCIATED NEWSPAPERS LIMITED.


A rather long article involving Richard & Judy

Excellent.

He's nobody.

A self proclaimed Bishop of a church he founded.

I'm a Bishop as well.. I just decided.

Bishop BlueBag from now on.

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Post by Guest on 07.10.14 19:28

@BlueBag wrote:
Ladyinred wrote:Thought for the Day - 07/10/2014 - Professor Mona Siddiqui
Duration: 02:51
He's a government apologist.
She's a Professor of Islamic Studies too, My Lord!
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Post by BlueBag on 07.10.14 19:29

Ladyinred wrote:
@BlueBag wrote:
Ladyinred wrote:Thought for the Day - 07/10/2014 - Professor Mona Siddiqui
Duration: 02:51
He's a government apologist.
She's a Professor of Islamic Studies too.

You're just being sexist.
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A serious suggestion by Textusa

Post by The....truth on 07.10.14 19:35


Textusa7 Oct 2014 15:53:00
To our readers,


We have decided to stop linking the "t" word to Brenda Leyland. 


From now on we will refer to her as abused Brenda. 


We advise readers to do the same here and elsewhere. And to avoid using the "t" word in full.


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Post by Woofer on 07.10.14 22:06

Ladyinred wrote:Thought for the Day - 07/10/2014 - Professor Mona Siddiqui
Duration: 02:51
When I was around 12, an older girl in my school began to bully me and my friends for a while. She would stop us any time anywhere, call us names and demand money, threatening us with violence if we didn’t give her what she wanted. She never touched us but her menacing words and size meant that for those few days we lived in fear, especially of bumping into her on our way home. We eventually plucked up the courage to report her to the head master thinking that a severe reprimand would be the end of it. But it turned out we weren’t the only people experiencing the bullying. The police became involved and before I knew it the girl’s father had taken her out of school. I never saw her again.

This was face to face bullying, and thankfully for me my only experience. It was a time well before the internet created a new space for a new kind of threat, online bullying, harassment or trolling. There’s a growing concern about the causes and effects of this phenomenon but the sad death of Brenda Leyland is a sobering reminder that what we write and say can have terrible consequences for ourselves as much as for others. Brenda Leyland was confronted by a news reporter near her home regarding her comments about the Mccann family and subsequently found dead in a hotel room on Saturday. As yet there may be no definitive link between the events but social media can make victims out of all of us and if we see it simply as a tool for free expression we’re fooling ourselves.

Of course social media sites are morally neutral tools facilitating both good and bad. But over the decades we’ve confronted the debilitating consequences of bullying in our institutions, stressed to children the need for kindness in the playground and yet we still feel hesitant in saying to adults that an open and free society mustn’t become a nasty and bigoted society all in the name of freedom of expression. Quite simply what we do and say matters even when we choose to remain anonymous; there is no virtual world there is only the real world where real people write and real people get hurt.

Islam as a faith began with the command to read in the name of God. Over the centuries much ink and blood has been spilt on how to understand God’s words. Today Muslims are again rather tragically wrestling with all kinds of scriptural meanings as religious fanatics use social media to spread more destruction. Its only words some will argue and they’re right except that words have a frightening potential – they can inspire and lift, they can damage and destroy and ultimately they can change people’s lives forever.
I heard that on the radio and nearly saw red.  She came across as if she had merely read the MSM and was assuming Brenda was trolling/bullying.

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Post by Woofer on 07.10.14 22:19

Get 'em Gonçalo wrote:

ARNIS ZALKALNS AND BRENDA LEYLAND END THEIR LIVES



How many people would end their lives if their malignant secrets or misdeeds were revealed? Why can we tolerate that which is harboured within the human mind as long as it remains concealed? We have even tamed our Gods so that they can know about our darkness and accommodate it, but not others. It seems that scrutiny is our most potent defence against evil. CCTV, neighbour's eyes, speed cameras, the media, journalists, police, the judiciary and investigators are proving to be our most efficacious moral guardians.

http://www.thetimes.co.uk/tto/news/uk/article4227765.ece
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OMG - what an evil evil evil man, not just evil, but nasty and spiteful.

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Post by Woofer on 07.10.14 22:34

@Smokeandmirrors wrote:Pffffff…… what a massive ego he has nah

I think it`s a general requirement of being a vicar/priest etc.

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The God Squad...

Post by missbeetle on 07.10.14 22:49

@Woofer wrote:
@Smokeandmirrors wrote:Pffffff…… what a massive ego he has nah

I think it`s a general requirement of being a vicar/priest etc.

Check out his wheels...!


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