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Thoughts of Judgment Day

Archbishop Murphy of Cardiff has got his facts wrong. In your issue of March 2 he states that "North Sea oil has never come up to expectations, anyway."

Had he listened to a television broadcast last week he would have heard "A spokesman" tell us that we are booming with oil from Scotland and that it will see us through at least another 20 years.

I agree with his attitude to our greedy, acquisitive society. Are we all blind to the facts that more than twothirds of the world's population is always hungry, and that there will never be enough employment for the men in these areas, let alone the women?

As I sit, warm and comfortable, watching my colour telly, I sometimes think of the Day of Judgment — and I tremble.

(Mrs) P. E. I.ampard Worcester Park Surrey




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