The wisdom of Rowan Williams

The man who held the office of archbishop of Canterbury for a decade until 2012 looked, writes Dalrymple,

more like a druid than an Anglican, and one would not have been surprised to see him in ecstasy at Stonehenge during the summer solstice, dressed in a white robe.

Dalrymple notes that Williams’s best-known pronouncement,

in so far as head or tail could be made of anything he said (his incomprehensibility gave him a reputation for intellect among the gullible) was the inevitability of the institution of sharia in Great Britain.

At the druid induction

Explaining why Muslims — but not druids — should have their own laws in Britain

The inevitability of it all

In ecstasy at Stonehenge

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