I want to use this article to expose how the push for
'equality' in the World today is not being understood,
nor applied fairly, nor can be realised anyway. It is
written without hatred for anyone; OK!
The Stonewall ‘Bigot
of the Year’ award has been 'won' by MP Iris Robinson
whose Biblical view of homosexual behaviour earlier
this year was greeted with horror by many tender politically
Mrs Robinson expressed her belief that homosexual behaviour
was an "abomination" and that homosexuals
can be cured, yet
added, “I was very careful in saying that I have nothing
against any homosexual, I love them; that is what the
Lord tells me, to love the sinner and not the sin.”
Despite the gracious clarification, it was too hard
to swallow for Ben Summerskill et al, so the MP won
the award "overwhelmingly," according to Stonewall.
The 'losers' included registrar Lillian Ladele who
refused to register civil partnerships because of her
Christian views on marriage and Lord Devon, the owner
of Powderham Castle, who would not host civil partnerships
or weddings on his estate.
Last year's 'Bigot’ award went to the Bishop of Hereford
for not appointing a homosexual man to the post of church
youth worker. He was fined £47,000.
Stonewall’s Chief Executive Ben
Summerskill is an Equality and Human Rights Commissioner,
with responsibility for championing “equality and human
rights for all, working to eliminate discrimination,
reduce inequality, protect human rights and to build
good relations, ensuring that everyone has a fair chance
to participate in society”.
That sounds great, eh? Unfortunately, this means everyone
is to surrender to the LGBT agenda - but there is trouble
with 'equality' even within their own ranks: The 'T'
for transgender people do not feel equally treated.
The report in pinknews.co.uk
says that a "group of around 70 trans protesters
gathered outside the event to protest the nomination
of Julie Bindel as Journalist of the Year," as
they say her articles are 'transphobic'.
Lisa W asked in the comments section, "Why wasn't
Julie Bindel nominated for Bigot of the Year? She shares
Iris Robinson's views on 'curing' people through therapy
of their sexual identity, only directed towards transsexual
'Flapjack' comments, "Sounds like Stonewall needs
to get it's own house in order before labeling others
as bigots. If you can't take your transgendered constituents
seriously it doesn't give LGBT solidarity a good name."
Another comment, from Vincent, calls for Mrs Robinson
to be treated like a criminal for her right to freedom
Vikki K added, "Shame Stonewall didn't have a
'hypocrite of the year award' they would have won hands
My regular readers will remember my saying and it is
so apt here: there is no equality - there is only a
hierarchy of ideologies.
Stonewall's Hero of the Year was the openly homosexual
bishop, Gene Robinson, which proves that people in religion
are great if they agree with you.
Contrast this with Stonewall
welcoming the Government's decision not to allow
Catholic adoption agencies to opt out of new discrimination
laws. Some of these agencies are closing rather than
betray their belief that children deserve, wherever
possible, a mother and father.
Ben Summerskill said: ‘This is a triumph for 21st century
tolerance over 19th century prejudice'.
I would say that it is more like the 19th Century,
where more needy children will have to be put into state-run
care homes instead of the loving families that they
would otherwise have gone to had it not been for the
likes of Stonewall's obsession with gaining power over
the consciences of the majority.
At Stonewall's 2008
Equality Dinner, "Sir Ian McKellen, a co-founder
of Stonewall, gave a rousing keynote speech about the
charity's 'tireless work for equality'. He shared with
the 540 guests that he had visited Tony Blair on behalf
of Stonewall three months before his election as Prime
Minister. 'I reeled off Stonewall's demands, and he
nodded, wrote them down and put a tick by them all.
Then he said we will do all that.'
What is clear is that when everyone is fighting for
disparate 'equality' issues, there will inevitably be
conflicts of interest. It is another way of divide and
rule that benefits a malevolent government.
Equality? I say, let us work on meritocracy and remember
we have two ears and only one mouth.
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