‘Climb Onto Your Feminist Witch-Wagon And Drive Off!’

What an outstanding exception to the wretched rule this parson is!




I refer to Revd. Peter Mullen, some of whose words I’ve paraphrased to form my headline.

While it’s been necessary here to denounce dog-collared appeasement moneys who serve the enemies – or are the enemies – of Western civilisation…Valiant Viking Sylvi Blasts Pro-Parasite Pinko Prelate!  

Dog-Collared Appeasement-Monkeys and EuroNews Bias, Again!  …

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Cur ‘Cleric’ Lauds Terrorist ‘Great Leader’ – in the UK! 

…this Anglican vicar is a breath of fresh air, and never more so in his powerful dissection of a feminazi nut-job called Clare Gannaway, who instituted ideological censorship in Manchester’s Art Gallery, banning a famous Victorian painting.


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Gannaway – doubt if she’d ever qualify as a femme fatale!


Because in the dark recesses of her uptight mind she had somehow discovered that it showed how women are either femmes fatale or passive bodies for male consumption.

That deranged conclusion came at the end of a long string of gobble-de-gook, viz.

“…outdated and damaging stories this whole part of the gallery is still telling through the contextualising and interpretation of collection displays….”


Dumb cow.

The paintings are there to be liked or disliked. Grabbing one she dislikes and hiding it from everybody else is infantile authoritarianism.

But if you think I’m tough on the totalitarian tart, just read how Revd. Mullen tells it like it is!.

Look, Clare, you warped and twisted reincarnation of all the bowdlerisers and Missis Grundy’s there have ever been, the British public does not appreciate your censorious political prejudice

Why don’t you just climb back up on to your feminist witch waggon and drive off – a bloody long way?


Here’s the picture that got Crack-Pot Clare so hot and bothered.


Hylas and the Nymphs by JW Waterhouse

Hylas and the Nymphs by JW Waterhouse

Happily, common sense prevailed, after a storm of protests, even in the Guardian, believe it or not, and the BBC had to report the good news.

“It’s been clear that many people feel very strongly about the issues raised,” Manchester City Council said…

And Nut-Job cravenly cringed.

Curator Clare Gannaway said: “It’s not about saying these things can’t exist in a public gallery – it’s about saying, maybe we just need to challenge the way these paintings have been read and enable them to speak in a different way.”    http://www.bbc.com/news/entertainment-arts-42917974


How many of you READ paintings?

Normal people look at them!