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Nationwide is the latest mega corporation that has decided to side with this kind of activity, over decency and morality. It is hard to decide which organisation is worse out of Nationwide and Tesco. On the one hand, Tesco is donating many thousands to a parade of filth (where homosexuals are known to parade nude or semi-nude), and hosting a "family friendly area" where children will likely be indoctrinated. On the other, Nationwide has financially sponsored an event hosted by Stonewall, the militant homosexual 'charity', which goes all out to destroy the lives of those that do not toe their line. A prominent part of the Stonewall event, which this year was hosted on the 3rd of November at the V&A Museum in London, is designed to bully and ridicule those who disagree that homosexuality is in any way acceptable, natural, or beneficial, as the E-Alert below from Christian Voice shows.

We find the actions of both organisations utterly contemptible, and BTM calls on Christians everywhere to boycott them both - afterall, they are using the profits they make with your money to fund evil, and to bully Christians and others who oppose homosexuality. We pray that God will totally ruin both corporations, unless they repent.

For more information, please see the following, from an email sent by Christian Voice:

Christian Voice E-Alert – 15th November 2011

As reported in the Christian Voice newsletter which was published on Saturday, the respected journalist Melanie Phillips was 'awarded' the title of 'Bigot of the Year' by the Stonewall homosexual lobby group in an event sponsored by Nationwide Building Society.

I was also shortlisted for the 'award' for my comments about Elton John's designer baby and for championing the right of African nations to keep sodomy as a criminal offence. Also shortlisted was Sir Brian Souter, Bill Walker MSP and Rt Rev Arthur Roche. Read the whole story HERE.

'Bigot of the Year' is an attempt to bully and humiliate someone in public life. Not one of those shortlisted was actually invited. Bullies hate it when their victims stand up to them, and Stonewall couldn't risk that.

Nationwide Building Society, sponsors of the Stonewall annual awards dinner, should apologise to those whom Stonewall has accused of 'bigotry' or state that they approve of bullying and humiliating public figures and the cowardice of not allowing them to answer back.

You can email the Nationwide Chief Executive, Graham Beale, on This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. to put these points to him or phone 01793 513 513 (be prepared for a useless 'voice recognition' system) or write to him at Nationwide House, Pipers Way, Swindon, SN38 1NW.

Isa 55:7 Let the wicked forsake his way, and the unrighteous man his thoughts: and let him return unto the LORD, and he will have mercy upon him; and to our God, for he will abundantly pardon.

PRAY: That Nationwide will apologise for their sponsorship of the Stonewall Awards and withdraw their support next year.

Yours in the mighty name of Jesus.

Stephen Green,

National Director, Christian Voice.


© 16 November 2011

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