Sunday 26 February 2023

Semper Aliquid Novi

This is your weekly reminder that there has been a liberal coup in the Diocese of Hexham and Newcastle. Over the last month, we, and I have to say that that mostly means I, have worn down the official version of these events until nothing remains. Not a thing.

As well as that first link, see also this, this and this. The Oxford Oratory has friends who could afford any lawyer in London, so Bishop Robert Byrne CO should sue for defamation. But as all four of those posts set out, the damage has been done.

Still, I am in a good mood with the Church today. If you know, you know. Let nothing you dismay. Even so, though, read the links.


  1. Like predicting a hung Parliament, when it comes to sexual assault allegations you're always bang on the money.

    1. Cardinal Pell, Julian Assange, Alex Salmond, Ched Evans, Freya Heath (whose conviction was merely set aside on a technicality, no one would suggest that she were innocent), and the ongoing collapse of the campaign against Prince Andrew. I have been right about them all.

      There is also the increasing possibility that there might turn out to be little or no case against Andrew Tate, but I have not staked anything on that, merely saying that I would not be surprised.

      I did, however, insist from the first that there was absolutely nothing on Bishop Byrne. Any allegation must have been made before Christmas. We are now well into Lent, and there has not even been an arrest. I am told that there never was a Police investigation. There is obviously none now.