Archbishop of York Dr. John Sentamu Wages Just War Against BAE

20 de junio de 2007

June 20, 2007 (LPAC) -- On a visit to the University of York on June 11, The Church of England's Archbishop of York, Dr. John Sentamu, spoke out against the University's holdings of 147,000 shares in BAE Systems, which has been exposed as the centerpiece in a multi-billion dollar money laundering scheme with the Saudis which has financed wars, subversion and terrorism around the world.

The Archbishop, who is originally from Uganda, and is the Church of England's first Black Archbishop said, "What is clear is not necessarily just the holding of shares, but if the holding of shares prevents the University from being open to the truth."

The Archbishop ranks directly under the Archbishop of Canterbury in the leadership of the Anglican Church throughout the British Commonwealth and worldwide. His criticism of the University's seduction by BAE filthy money is a reflection of the fight in the British establishment as the scandal of the century continues its volatile eruption.