These are only anti-Christian comments if you believe your own narrow conception of Catholic doctrine is the only possible expression of the faith.I assumed you were because of your Anti Christian comments. Here is one of them.
So what caused you to convert?
I will admit to being hyperbolic when it comes to Buddhism: Catholicism, obviously, has strong arguments as well. I would argue that based purely on logic, Buddhism is the most appealing faith to me, but the community of the Church that I was raised in, I feel, is a better fit for me.
Jesuit writings say that if one is Catholic in their heart, they do not need to convert to enter into a covenant with God. Likewise, if someone confesses their evil in life, but does not mean it in their heart, then they will not be spared Hell. Your interpretation of what I wrote is like your understanding of your supposed faith entire: facile. It takes so little to move your heart, by your own admission, from the Church to apostasy and back again. But even then, it seems to me that your faith doesn't actually matter to you: serving your delusion of installing the "true" King of England is the only good in your heart. Even when you forsook your faith, you believed that you should force people into obeying the Church because reconverting England by force is part of whatever disease is in you.
You do realize that your plan will require you to piss on almost every single one of the Ten Commandments and the doctrine of the Church for the past 500 years, right? Oh, wait, since you believe God chose you for this, you think you have carte blanche to disobey the laws of God.
I wonder: if, by some insane chance, your plan manages to get anywhere near completion, and the pope condemns your actions, will you obey his writ? Or will you proclaim yourself antipope?