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On any typical day of the week, any foreign visitor travelling around Britain would be impressed by its orderly and safe environment. As people go about their daily business they seem to do so with calm assurance. The sun rises and the sun sets. The buses run on time and the BBC News bulletins supply a regular diet of weather forecasts, daily round of sport and regional news.

Life appears predictable, punctuated only by a war, natural disaster, famine or some outrage occurring in some remote part of the world; but these occurrences, spicing up an otherwise uneventful existence, are quickly forgotten as new ones take their place.

If, as a visitor, one were tempted to divert a typical British person from their daily round of ‘normal’ life, with a thought-provoking challenge that disturbed their familiar, daily routine, one might get an instinctive response such as “That is outrageous; how is that allowed in a civilised society?”

But, this would be rapidly swallowed, as in a quicksand, by the demands of realities that can be seen and touched: “That’s very interesting but I have a bus to catch,” or, by their judgement being short-circuited by political correctness. Reality is only allowed to penetrate as far as the forever-shifting world of sense impressions, but not as far as the reality of eternal truths. Any strong assertion or judgements concerning this other reality is being greeted with, “That’s all very interesting but that is your personal opinion, your interpretation, and, in any case, we never pass judgment on anyone or anything these days.”

Without any fixed point of reference, like a ship without compass or captain, society drifts in a sea of relativity and changes its attitudes and values according to the political climate, or zeitgeist. Like the passengers and crew it does not mind where the ship is going, just so long as everything is running smoothly and everyone has the feel-good factor. The only moral compass is a constantly changing political correctness - the average consensus at any particular moment.

What might be shocking and completely unacceptable behaviour can almost overnight become respectable, and what was previously considered to be decent and responsible behaviour can become criminalised. Without any fixed, absolute point of reference, human nature has a way of accommodating and becoming comfortable over a period of time with a state of hell. It can gradually sleep-walk into becoming hardened, desensitised to cruelty, barbarism and evil, until what was considered abnormal or deviant becomes the acceptable norm, as happened in Nazi Germany, Russia, China, Cambodia and now - even Britain.

Mayhem Forgotten

Britain has just witnessed the worst scenes of civil unrest and anarchy on our streets within living memory. And yet it is already forgotten, like the massacre of teenagers in Norway just a few weeks earlier.

The UK’s Prime Minister, David Cameron, briefly attempted to transcend the here and now with the use of words like “irresponsibility” and “selfishness” that belong to the world of absolute moral and value judgements. (Ed. Morals he immediately cast aside when he was appointed, but which are now a political football).

According to the Telegraph, Mr Cameron claimed the riots have been a “wake-up call” for Britain, after decades in which social problems had been allowed to “fester”; that the riots were the result of a litany of social and cultural problems, and that irresponsibility and selfishness had led some people to behave as if their choices had no consequences.

He blamed “children without fathers; schools without discipline; reward without effort; crime without punishment; rights without responsibilities; communities without control”, and that mending that “broken society” was his fundamental aim in politics.

Cameron went on to ask the question: “Do we have the determination to confront the slow motion moral collapse that has taken place in parts of our country these past few generations”, adding that “Some of the worst aspects of human nature have been tolerated, indulged — sometimes even incentivised — by a state and its agencies that in parts have become literally demoralised.” He finished by claiming, “the twisting and misrepresenting of human rights that has undermined personal responsibility, and the obsession with health and safety has eroded people’s willingness to act according to common sense”. "

To those very few in Britain who still believe in the power of ideas and the necessity of values and morality these words might have been comforting; that is, until we realise that the morality and value judgements that he makes are, when it comes down to acting on them, an inversion of those the Christian and traditionalist would hold: words like ‘good’, ‘evil’, ‘tolerant’, ‘inclusive’, and ‘diverse’ mean precisely the opposite of what we (mainly Christians) mean.

Where is the evidence for such an accusation? One only has to match his words against his actions.

Sadly there are those, no matter how much evidence hits them in the face, who will still deny the substance of what I am saying. For them, no amount of evidence will convince them that Britain is in terminal meltdown, just as those, who just before the Titanic sank, still believing it to be unsinkable, were playing snow-balls with the ice that was falling from the iceberg onto the deck.

Mindless Idiots Who Do Not Know How to Play the Game

In my opinion, David Cameron is not attributing the “slow motion moral collapse” to the whole of British society but only to a specific section of it – to that of the black Caribbean community. Admittedly, those caught up in anarchy came from all sections of society: rich and poor, privileged and underprivileged, educated and uneducated, black and white - but it is to the black community to whom we are supposed to apportion blame for leading decent, middle and upper class people, just like Mr Cameron himself, astray and into uncharacteristic behaviour.

This, in spite of the fact that bankers, MPs and the newspapers have been out of control for a long time! But, coming down heavily on a section of society that is already disenfranchised and, in the eyes of the public, already possessing a bad public image, whilst costing him little, gives him and others the illusion that he is in control of the situation.

The Program for Social and Moral Recovery

On the other hand those whom Mr Cameron and the BBC are looking to for creating the truly cohesive and stable society, fit for the complexities of a modern, progressive, and 21st century society such as Britain, are the LGBTs, the Lesbian Gay Bisexual and Transsexuals, who, whilst according to the Office of National Statistics only make up 1% of society, believe they represent a relatively recent phase in the evolutionary development of the human race.

Allow the ‘Rev.’ Sharon Ferguson to explain.  

Indeed Professor Dawkins lays out his own theory for the genetic justification of this master race.  

Right across Britain this summer, in nearly every major city, the new man, manifest himself as a more caring, sensitive being, more in touch with the ‘feminine’* side of his nature - not at all like the chauvinist, macho and insensitive Caribbean boys.

(* Ed. Please note that this idea of a male ‘feminine’ side is socialist-style bunkum).

As Ben Bradshaw, the previous Secretary of State for Culture, and many others have said, there is still so much more to do towards advancing the agenda of this superior, tolerant, inclusive, non-discriminatory and diverse branch of the human race which, as though springing directly from the head of Darwin, is outing itself throughout every western nation.

(Ed. A video link to a USA ‘Fair’ showing open nudity and sexual acts, has been omitted. It shows the total depravity of homosexuals, whilst the police lounge about, not arresting people for their lewd and appalling public behaviour).

Some will counter by saying that the straight community behave in exactly the same way. That may be the case; but it is homosexual, sado-masochist, like Alfred Kinsey who beckons the rest of society into casting off all sexual restraint. Apart from this, where in the world are straights or “heterosexuals” (as they are wrongly labelled in the trade) parading their sexuality on the same narcissistic and shameless scale? Nowhere - yet!

For the past 14 years our political elites have been nurturing the rights of this new community, with Tony Blair giving Stonewall everything they wanted by putting them right at the heart of government.   and  

Indeed No.10 Downing Street itself has been the scene of hosting parties for the advocates of the gay life-style.  "

Even when Gordon Brown was in power, celebrating 25 years of “courageous” and determined work done by the Terrance Higgins Trust (THT), under the direction of Sir Nick Partridge OBE, and he was speaking of their creating a more “ decent” society, he obviously had in mind Dannie Minogue, who was not only in attendance at No 10, but at the Puss in Boots night club, where she was caught on camera, indulging in lesbian sex with a naked lap dancer, Gordon Brown thought our young people should emulate this behaviour.

Gordon Brown and David Cameron both support the “sterling” work of the Terrance Higgins Trust, that shows young people how to play safely with sexual fuses and detonators without the sex bomb supposedly exploding – except that it does! Sexually transmitted diseases, and abortions, let alone incidences of violent sexual abuse, paedophilia, disintegrating marriages and single parent families are spreading faster than the fires in London.

(THT information links removed due to the graphic nature of their content providing a manual on homosexual acts)

Education, Education, Education

David Cameron will use THT to mould and inform our children’s morality. What a relief to know that our children are in such safe hands!  

So concerned is David Cameron about the apparent falling-behind of Britain’s educational performance, relative to that of other nations, that he is drawing in advisors from wherever he can, including Liam Nolland, gay headmaster of Perry Beeches School, Birmingham, and convicted sex offender who has become a champion of ‘diversity’ and National Leader in Education (NLE)  

Indeed, another organisation, Schools Out, affiliated to LGBT History Month, is also receiving government support in encouraging behaviour that also claims to be healthy, enriching, nourishing, exciting, and one that meets the needs of an increasingly complex society.

Indeed its web page encourages all stakeholders in education to become involved not merely on an educational level but to become more active, by clicking on “Links” (down the left hand side menu) then “Culture” tab and finally onto the Big Gay Read for an LGBT reading list.

Legislation, Legislation, Legislation

Theresa May, the Home Secretary, who, whilst giving her first major speech on LGBT rights at an event hosted by the gay lobby group Stonewall, possibly the most powerful advocate of this recently evolved, queer, tribe (recent, that is, relative to the supposed zillions of years of this planet’s existence) interspersed her speech frequently with comments like:

“I think that shows how far we, as a society, have come;”…. “As a country we have come a long way;” and “as a party, my own party, the Conservatives have come a long way. We now have more openly gay MPs and openly gay ministers than ever before.” And yet again: “We’ve come a long way. I said at the start of my speech that as a nation we have come a long way, and we have.”

“despite the real progress we have seen in recent years, there is much still to do.”…. “And we will go further – we will implement section 202 of the Equality Act which will remove the ban on civil partnership registrations being held on religious premises.”

In the words of Theresa May and the David Cameron:

“We are committed to taking action to tear down these barriers and to help build a better Britain.” Indeed, Theresa, one which goes beyond the need for fathers.

My own Conservative, gay MP, Conor Burns, has used the same jargon:

“The government remains determined to take concerted action to tearing down barriers to equal opportunities and to build a fairer society, and I fully support them in this aim.”

The Great ‘Human Rights’ Campaigner: Peter Tatchell

Perhaps we must leave it to Peter Tachtell who best articulates what Britain will look like after it has torn down all barriers to building a fairer society.

In “Beyond Equality” he writes:

“In many ways, our transcending of heterosexual mores is a positive and immensely liberating experience. Compared with most straights, queers tend to be more sexually adventurous with a wider repertoire of sexual behaviour, less bound by the strictures of traditional morality, and more experimental in terms of relationships. We don't need a marriage certificate to validate our partnerships”

“Although getting rid of homophobic discrimination is a laudable aim, it doesn't go far enough. Ending anti-gay bias will not resolve all the problems faced by lesbian and gay people. Some of our difficulties arise not from homophobia, but from the more general eroto-phobic and sex-negative nature of contemporary culture.”

“We get equality, but at a price. The cost to our community is the surrender of our unique, distinctive queer identity. The unwritten social contract at the heart of law reform is that lesbians and gays will behave respectably and comply with the heterosexual moral agenda. No more cruising, orgies or sadomasochism!”

In “Teenage Sex- What Should Schools Teach Children?” he writes:

“Until very recent times, all sex education was overwhelmingly biased towards promoting heterosexuality, marriage, parenthood and traditional family life. Anything outside this exclusive framework was either ignored or condemned……”

“This old-style monocultural sex moralism is now totally out of sync with our modern multicultural society where there is a great diversity of cultures and communities, lifestyles and love-lives.”

” Nothing must be off limits.”

“Sex education, to be effective, needs to start at a very early age, beginning gently in the first year of primary school and gradually becoming more detailed and explicit at secondary level…”

“The best way to persuade teenagers to adopt oral sex and mutual masturbation is by making them look and sound sexy.”

But, Tatchell, in “Insignificant Other” wants to go even beyond to something called the Civil Commitment Pact, where any kind of relationship is given social and legal recognition.

“For these reasons, I have suggested a new legal framework – Civil Commitment Pact. It would allow people to nominate as their next-of-kin and beneficiary any 'significant other' in their life. This could be a partner or lover, but it could also be a sister, carer, house-mate, favourite nephew or life-long best friend.”

“Any new partnership legislation should allow people to select from a menu of rights and responsibilities. This flexibility would enable them to devise a tailor-made partnership agreement suited to their own particular needs.”

Public Enemy No1

David Cameron was onto a winner in targeting black youths for losing the plot and creating public disorder; and he is determined to teach them a hard lesson, but, as he so rightly perceives, there still remains one section of British Society, which, by doggedly resisting “progress” towards Utopia, has for centuries been a threat to all established governments. In his eyes, Christians pose a far greater danger to the stability and cohesion, not only of Britain, but any nation. Already he is making plans in assisting the United Nations to penalise countries that refuse to promote homosexuality, by withdrawing international aid.

The Labour government, and that of Mr Cameron’s, directed by Stonewall, the Equality and Human Rights Commission has gradually silenced any opposition from Christians. By using a range of options, such as public humiliations, staged annually at the Stonewall Awards ceremony, Victoria and Albert Museum, of such “filthy, homophobic, bigoted swine” as the Bishop of Hereford, Anthony Priddis, or the bishop of Winchester, Michael Scott Joint, and many others who have attempted to defend traditional marriage and the family, they have automatically produced a chilling effect on freedom of speech.

More significantly, Stonewall’s chief executive Ben Summerskill OBE, (Ed. Awarded for promoting what is foul) is confident of eradicating what a judge recently described as the Christian “infection” from the work place and public space. In this he is supported by the Advertising Standards Agency (the Chairman of which is the gay, HIV infected, Lord Chris Smith), the Crown Prosecution Service, and the Ministry of Justice, who are able to use to great effect a raft of new legislation, police harassment, fines, and, if need be, prison (not to mention the taking away of the children of such “Christian deviants” and placing them into the care of the LBGT community). This is why Theresa May, the Home Secretary was so incredibly proud that she and the Home Office came top of this year’s Stonewall Workplace Equality Index.

The programme of marginalising this “diseased” part of our society has been going according to plan.

But in Theresa’s own words, “there is so much more to do”, before Christianity is entirely forced underground. For this to happen, society and children in particular need to be mobilised.

The Big Society

When Mr Cameron, at the time of the election, spoke of Broken Britain and the need to create the Big Society, not many understood what he really meant.

What he meant, was for the rest of society to respond to his election call to get involved in transforming the most intimate parts of family life, marriage, and what it means to be human. And for this to happen, pressure has to come not from above, but from the grass roots - from the bottom up rather than the top down. Indeed what more powerful weapon for cultural control is there than public stigmatization. Stigma in Cameron’s tolerant society is a fine and varied thing.

(Ed. Video link to homosexual propaganda against Christians, using foul language on Youtube has been omitted. That Youtube should allow such filth on a publicly-used channel is abusive and repellent, if not criminal)

Children in particular can be trained from an early age not only to report on those in class who raise the slightest concern about gay ideology or queer theory, but even to turn their own parents over to the authorities. (Ed. A Marxist and fascist method)

To get the full meaning of this video one has to see it unedited. This is a shocking and offensive video but nothing is hid from the sight of God.

Elly Barnes, music teacher and head of ‘Diversity’ at Stoke Newington School, speaks of eradicating gender stereotypes and homophobia from her school and district.

She was very proud of the fact that her achievement had been broadcast on Gaydar Radio, a radio station belonging to, dedicated to gay dating. It was here that both Chris Bryant MP and Mark Oaten MP appeared, looking for love. (Link omitted).

This is an obituary of Garry Frisch, the founder of

Suicide seems to be not an uncommon occurrence amongst gay celebrities and TV presenters.

The celebrated Shakespearian actor, one of the founders of Stonewall, Sir Ian McKellen OBE, also realises that the battle lines are in our schools and he has been busy over the last three years visiting 54 schools and numerous education authorities. He no longer has to go through the trouble of tearing ‘offensive’, homophobic passages out Gideon Bibles left in hotels, or drop his trousers in front of parties of school children, whilst giving a modern interpretation to King Lear at the RST, Stratford, or give public readings of the obscene, pornographic, blasphemous and necrosexual poem, by James Kirkup, entitled the “Love That Dares to Speak its Name”, as he did at an event celebrating the repeal of the blasphemy laws, in 2008.

This event occurred just before he visited a “Christian“ school, in Harpendon, St Georges, where he encouraged all the children to see themselves as members of victim minority groups. Instead of appearing provocative and intemperate he now gently co–opts and recruits children into persuading them that we must be kind to one another.

Are Christians Really Being Persecuted in Britain?

(Ed. As the first Christian in the UK to be hounded by homosexuals out of his job, I say ‘yes’!)

The True Face of Marxist Anarchy

I have no hesitation in saying that the breakdown in order and discipline that many have witnessed in their homes and in their schools, and which has now been paraded in the broad light of day, has not just occurred, but has taken decades, if not a century, to cultivate.

Marxists such as Gramsci, Lucaks, Marcuse and other members of the Frankfurt School, eighty years ago, worked out meticulously a plan to destroy the very foundations of western civilization. Their objectives were to destroy bit by bit the foundations of society, such as a sense of national identity and sovereignty, marriage, the family, and the Church. (Ed. Foundations being undermined by the EU, the ruler of the UK government).

By taking control of a nation’s culture, language, history, legislation, the media, and education, and particularly sex education, they would render governments and their peoples incapable of thought or action. The human agents for doing this would be those who had grievances or felt that they were victims of an oppressive society. Black, feminist and homosexual activists would be the catalyst for achieving this. I believe, to a certain extent, their work is done and that they are handing the baton over to another section of society – namely our children.

Above all Cultural Marxism would demoralise a nation through a programme of promiscuity peddled by homosexuals like Alfred Kinsey.

Angela Mason and the ‘Equality and Human Rights’ Commission

A Marxist anarchist (apart from the communists in Parliament briefly referred to above) who has worked tirelessly over the last forty years, denying truth and the natural order, and smashing down the barriers to moral behaviour, is Angela Mason OBE, someone who has an implacable hatred of marriage, the natural family, and men in particular - someone who almost single-handedly has emasculated the male population with the result that we have fatherless families and boys who have nowhere to channel their testosterone except into nihilistic acts of destruction - someone who has burrowed silently into the corridors of government.

Angela Mason OBE, aided by Ben Summerskill OBE, the present chief executive of Stonewall, is worth a study all of her own.

Neither she nor the ‘Equality and Human Rights’ Commission which she, unless I am mistaken, established, would allow Christians to appeal to the European Court of Human Rights for Justice.

The EHRC’s chief, Sir Trevor Phillips OBE, a follower of Lenin, said a few years back,

“Let me put it as crudely as I can do it as a public official. If somebody is guilty of discrimination of any kind, and with sexual orientation we usually know what it’s about with sneering and contempt and all the rest of it, we want them not to be just punished by the court but frankly to feel the contempt and hatred that they have visited on other people.”

“They can argue what they like, but there’s a law now and frankly if these people want generally to pose as they often do as the decent and moral people in the community, perhaps they should remember that the first elements of decency in a liberal democracy is the rule of law.”

“As far as I’m concerned there isn’t a conflict here.”

“There is a law. Your faith does not protect you. I understand what you are asking me but to be perfectly honest I haven’t got time for it. If people want to use in my view, the mantle of faith to be bigots, I’m not buying it.”

Secularism is not an objective, neutral concept. Like religion, it is a worldview that holds tenets that have to be taken on faith and trust. It’s presuppositions, regarding existence, morality and the nature of truth, are scientifically unproven. The only scientific evidence we have concerning this ideology is seeing the results of a society living out its tenets. The riots that we have recently seen on our streets and in our cities show that the results are in.

It may not be too late to scientifically test the effects of Christian beliefs by reinstating marriage, the family, the sanctity of human life and acknowledging our Creator. For us not to do so is producing a vacuum that is already being filled with something far worse than secularism – Islam.

In the words of David Cameron this is a “Wake-up call for Britain.” ARE YOU AWAKE YET?

© August 2011

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