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Where is Christian Concern for Occupy London?

“Economic justice is the number one moral issue in the Bible.” Giles Fraser, Dean of St Pauls

Police on the steps of St Pauls

Since 15th October, a very British expression of Christianity has been taking place outside St Paul’s Cathedral, in what Giles Fraser, who resigned on 27th October 2011 as Dean of the Cathedral, describes as a

“fault line between God and Mammon”

That is, between the territory owned by St Pauls Cathedral, a Christian Church, and that owned by the City of London, a medieval corporation in which businesses have more voting rights than individuals, the UK’s last rotten borough, which is described by Nicholas Shaxon in Treasure Islands as the

centre of a great, secretive financial web cast across the globe Continue reading

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