Brendan O’Neil of Spiked has confirmed, as I wrote on 11th September 2016, what Dan Hannan reported on the hate crime figures. The police log reports of hate crime, but when tested, these figures of actual crime don’t show a rise. But Remainers continue to accuse Brexit of every type of hate crime, including homophobia. Brendan says: Has there ever been a crime panic as flimsy, as see-through, as explicitly designed to make political mileage as the post-Brexit hate-crime hysteria? Too many people are nodding along to this nonsense, accepting as hard fact every doom-tinged utterance from the police and evidence-lite statement from the Home Office. Continue reading
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Tagged Amber Rudd, Anna Soubry, boris johnson, Brendan O'Neil, Brexit, Dan Hannan, hate crime, Home Office, homophobia, hysteria, Remainers, Spiked, Tory conference, xenophobia
If you were looking for material for Comedy Central, you could do no better than to examine the records of some of the UKIP members who are standing as local councillors, were the matter not so serious. These problems have all occurred in the short space of a year.
UKIP’s Matthew Smith on a fraud charge
Let’s start with the UKIP councillor for Henley-on-Thames. David Sylvester warned PM David Cameron that if gay marriage were legalised, disaster would befall the UK. Reiterating his views on BBC Radio Oxford, he added: “God wants all gay men to repent and be healed.” Continue reading
Out of ideas Labour are desperately panicking as the recovery gets stronger and London shines as the greatest city in the world. So they do what lefties do. Launch another smear campaign! Blatant fibbing and bizarre insults, anything to conceal they haven’t a clue what to do next.Negative campaigning works right? Well actually no, ask Ken Livingstone. But Labour never learn. These are some of the tired old lies making the rounds.
Lie No.1) Boris believes Greed is Good. Truth: No he doesn’t, read his speech and you will find he says the opposite of that. Continue reading
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Tagged cleansing, David Cameron, diversity, George Clooney, greed is good, homophobia, Labour, London, negative campaigning, Orcs, racism, sexist, smear campaigns, twitter
The story of a macho, bigoted, homophobic Dallas cowboy who contracts AIDS doesn’t sound like anyone’s idea of a fun time. But somehow, in spite of the tragic subject, this film is an uplifting, hopeful, life enhancing experience.What! Is this Matthew McConaughey of cheesy romcom fame, (Ready to Launch, How to lose a Guy in Ten Days), tackling the role of a lifetime? He plays Ron Woodroof, a ravaged, rodeo, skirt chasing redneck, who catches AIDS, is given 30 days to live but stubbornly refuses to lay down and die. Matthew lost 30 lbs to play the role and he looks absolutely ghastly. Continue reading
The Roman Catholic Church wants anyone anti-gay marriage to take to the streets and demonstrate. We are also reading some pretty strong stuff aimed at gay people on twitter. According to Sigmund Freud, an exaggerated horror of homosexuality is likely to be an indication of repression, and a sign of latent homosexuality. Another symptom is the subconscious desire to repress the rights of gay people. Are the gay bashing brigade really secret flamers?.
An article by William H Smith PhD said: “Latent homosexuality is an erotic tendency toward members of the same sex which is not consciously experienced or expressed in overt action. The term was originally proposed by Sigmund Freud. According to Freud, “latent” or “unconscious” homosexuality which derived from failure of the defense of repression and sublimation permit or threaten emergence into consciousness of homosexual impulses, which give rise to conflict manifested in the appearance of symptoms. These symptoms include fear of being homosexual, dreams with manifest and “latent” homosexual content, conscious homosexual fantasies and impulses, homosexual panic, disturbance in heterosexual functioning, and passive-submissive responses to other males.”
Rampant homophobia is often caused by latent homosexuality, said Freud. Smith points out: “Psychoanalysts use the concept of repressed or latent homosexuality to explain the emotional malaise and irrational attitudes exhibited by individuals who feel guilty about their erotic interests and struggle to deny and repress homosexual impulses. In fact, when these individuals are placed in a situation that threatens to excite their own unwanted homosexual thoughts, they may overreact with panic, anger, or even murderous rage.”
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It is likely that some of the overreactions to the concept of gay marriage are therefore caused by latent homosexuality – the stronger the reaction, possibly the deeper the problem. Maybe the whole issue of gay marriage is bringing to the surface conflicts that the ardent protesters against gay marriage are ill equipped to deal with and the harsh treatment of gay people is an attempt to deal with those problems. Popular Welsh rugby player Gareth Thomas has said how hard it is to admit you are gay. Instead of restrictingthe rights of the gay community, what these harsh homophobes really need to do is find the courage to come out.
UPDATE: Gay Cure Ministry closes down as leader admits he is attracted to men. I rest my case.
With the unsubtlety of battering rams, so-called Christians are presuming to educate Londoners through a series of ads. on buses. These ads. are cruel lies. They imply that gay people can be “cured” of being gay.
Many gay people will treat these ads. with the contempt they deserve, even laugh at the stupidity that caused a religious group to persecute a community whose only “crime” is being themselves. The charity, tolerance and compassion of many gay people (such as gay icon ~Harvey Milk, pictured) in the face of such ignorance puts this “Christian” community to shame.
In an article in the Guardian supportive of Mayor Boris Johnson’s action in pulling the ads. from London buses, the paper reported: “The adverts were booked on behalf of the Core Issues Trust whose leader, Mike Davidson, believes “homoerotic behaviour is sinful. His charity funds “reparative therapy” for gay Christians, which it claims can “develop their heterosexual potential”. The campaign was also backed by Anglican Mainstream, a worldwide orthodox Anglican group whose supporters have equated homosexuality with alcoholism. The advert was due to say: “Not gay! Post-gay, ex-gay and proud. Get over it!” Continue reading
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Tagged Anglicans, anti-gay ad., anti-gay bus ads., boris johnson, Core Issues Trust, gay community, Gay Rights, homophobia, LGBT, Mayor Boris Johnson, Pink News, the Guardian
Tower Hamlets has lurched from one scandal to another since Lutfur Rahman became its Mayor. Only last week, the story was that Rahman was paying £1,000 a day to an ex-Ken aide, when the borough is one of the poorest in London. Now we read in today’s London Standard that there is evidence of serious voting fraud in the borough. Ken’s decision to campaign with Rahman, agains the wishes of Ed Miliband, isn’t looking too clever.
Ken campaigning with Lutfur Rahman
The Standard reported today: “Tower Hamlets has been plagued with allegations of electoral abuse. Scotland Yard launched four separate investigations into claims of voter fraud inside the borough after Lutfur Rahman was elected as mayor of the borough in 2010. No one was convicted. The borough has recorded unusual changes in voting patterns. During the 2008 mayoral election, the Labour share of the vote went up 23 per cent while the turnout increased by 35 per cent. In every other London borough except Newham, the “swing” in the Livingstone vote did not top seven per cent in either direction. Continue reading