But I digress. A couple of days after posting the above, and about as long after my post here, Stephen Sizer flew into a rainy Sydney, to the delight of his Aussie counterpart, Father Dave Smith of Holy Trinity Church, Dulwich Hill, seen below at an Australia Palestine Advocacy Network function some time ago.
Incidentally, have you seen aged rocker Roger Waters's outrageous remarks at APAN's recent function, alleging Israel has never wanted peace with the Palestinian Arabs and was always intent on land grabbing?
Warning: the above's 72 minutes long, I'm given to understand. This first still comes at around 1:30 if you want to see the outrageous bit to which I refer:
Needless to say, APAN is delighted that Sizer has come to Australia.
But again I digress. Here are the two anti-Israel Anglican clerics all smiles at breakfast on Sizer's first day in town.
And our old friend, a seasoned traveller in spreading the anti-Christian Zionism cause, seems to have wasted little time in meeting people who matter and in attempting to widen a fan base here.
See what I mean?
(For Lynn Arnold see here)
I don't think this Sizer fan (below, one of the many evident antisemites among the vicar's Facebook friends) is Aussie, but he's delighted anyway:
Permit me a cynical, ironic smile while I recall that disgusting 9/11 post of Sizer's, and not only it, as so many images I've reproduced over the years indicate:
But we smile at Sizer's "Australian tour" at our peril. In the anti-Israel propaganda stakes the urbane and softly spoken ex-vicar's a pro. What he's spreading and who he's influencing during his time in the southern hemisphere should have friends of Israel worried.