Does the love for a racist hater (he hated "whites") with limited mental capacities (IQ 78) further increase proportionally due to the progress of his Parkinson's disease? BBC's in-house moral moron cleric, Giles Fraser, seems to think so when he today praised Cassius Clay (named Muhammad Ali by US worst hate organization, Nation of Islam) more than Jesus.Cassius Clay's (aka Muhammad Ali) troubling timeline from a young racist supremacist via Saudi Sunni islam to old and sick sufi "muslim"*.
* Sufism is according to Saudi Sunni clerics "irreconcilable with true islam and corrupting modern day islam.
1964 Cassius Clay (aka Muhammad Ali) was classified as a 1-Y military after two mental tests found his IQ was only 78.
1967, Cassius Clay (aka Muhammad Ali) refused to be conscripted into the U.S. military, citing his "religious beliefs".
1975 he converted from the racist black supremacist Nation of Islam sect to Saudi Sunni islam after visiting Saudi Arabia.
1980 he was again badly beaten in the ring to an extent that most probably sealed his Parkinson future.
1983 he was diagnosed with Parkinson's disease - most probably because of all the punches he had received, not the least against Larry Holmes in one of the most uneven high ranking boxing matches ever. The referee should have stopped the match long before - but he didn't. Why?
2005, when his disease had long since turned him into a wreck, he "embraced spiritual practices" of Sufi "islam".
Tyson Fury defends his homophobia with religion and refers to the Pope's homophobia.
Giles Fraser, a priest of the Church of England, doesn't at all share the immoral views of Anglican Church leader Chris Sugden - but is happy to work together with him "cause it’s just a family row".
Klevius: You've got a big family. Does this family also include hate mongers such as Nation of Islam, Saudi islamofascists etc Human Rights violating sharia muslims? Why not, after all, they are all "religious" aren't they.
Anglican Church leader Chris Sugden preaching homophobia - in a radical homophobic mosque.
Q: But it doesn’t sound like you and Chris Sugden (see pic above from approxim. the same time as this interview) are both in the same church, that one or other of you is going to have to go your separate ways.
Giles Fraser: No, no, no. Tony Blair didn’t invent the Big Church, the Big Tent, the Church of England invented the Big Tent. We are a Big Tent and the idea that Canon Sugden and I – and we actually agree on a number of other issues, we don’t agree on this issue but we agree on other things, it is uncomfortable, we row a lot but it’s a family row, I have to tell you it’s a family row and that sort of nature of us as a family, perhaps that’s why it’s so bitter, is because it’s a family row. So yes, we passionately disagree upon this issue but actually I don't think that we inevitably have to split up.
Klevius: Do any these guys belong to the "family" as well?