EuroCourt Slaps Down Brit Christians


  • Lillian Ladele
    This nice-looking lady, along with several other decent Bitish citizens persecuted for their refusal to knuckle under to the intolerant ‘gay’ agenda, has had her hopes of religious liberty dashed by the decadent clowns on the European Court.
    Hardly a shock, but shameful nevertheless, the robed rogues said it was “not disproportionate” to fire her and two other victims of the miserable ‘gays,’ as such a fate was fair enforcement of the employer’s “equality and diversity policies.”

The Christian Institute took up the case of the four Brits, two sacked for acting on their Christian consciences by refusing to take part in the formalisation of deviant partnerships, two others for wearing crosses or crucifixes.

Only one of the latter got a favourable result in Strasb0urg, an employee of BA, whose cross was allowed since other creeds’ followers could wear comparable items.



To be fair, a minority of the judges did register a minority dissent, “The state is obliged to respect the individual’s freedom of conscience,”

“Instead of practising the tolerance of the ‘dignity for all’ it preached, the Borough of Islington pursued the doctrinaire line, the road of obsessive political correctness, effectively sought to force the applicant to act against her conscience of face the extreme penalty of dismissal – something which … cannot be deemed necessary in a democratic society.”

But the  majority demonstrated once more how this puffed-up pimko posse has it in for the values and decencies on which European Christendom was built.

Mike Judge, 0f the Christian Institute, -“What this case shows is that Christians with traditional beliefs about marriage are at risk of being left out in the cold. If the Government steamrollers ahead with its plans to redefine marriage, then hundreds of thousands of people could be thrown out of their jobs unless they agree to endorse gay marriage.”



And as usual, ‘Snake’ Cameron is left looking like the double-talking creep he truly is.

The ruling in favour of Mrs Eweida represents a humiliation for David Cameron who promised to change the law to enshrine workers’ right to wear the cross – even as lawyers for his Government were actively fighting the women in court. It led to accusations of hypocrisy.

You bet it did, and will, again and again.

And if he ever redeems his broken pledge to hold a referendum on Britain’s place in the EUSSR, it should aslo give British voters a chance to remove the UK from the baneful interference of the ECHR!