It isn't news to anyone straying by and noticing the words "Archbishop", "Not", and "Scapegoated" in the title of this blog post. He has really stirred up a hornet's nest in Merrie Olde. Apparently, Middle England has diametrically opposite sentiments to his eminence, as Adrian Morgan reports (below).
Many would say the Archbishop is being scapegoated, but I beg to differ. That is like saying I am scapegoating the alarm clock by turning it off. The poor fellow woke up a somnambulating populace to the ramifications of its indolence -- "if you don't watch out you'll end up where you're headed" -- and he's tired of being knocked about by the alarum he's raised.
Now, of course he may actually believe what he's said, but the effect is the same. I think Morgan has teased out a very well written article on this episode and suggest you take a few moments to read it in full.