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  • ross1948 22:31 on May 2, 2018 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: 'equality oath, , , ,   

    Let’s Cut The Cr-P About Jolly Nice Javid! 

    Yes, he’s well-spoken, polite, and well-educated.

    And this man who has succeeded Amber The Ass as Home Secretary is bound to seem like an improvement on the arrogant shrill who let in the Calais Curs.



    Arrest Amber Rudd? Calais Crimmigrant “Age Checks Not Carried Out! “ 


    Heck, you might think even Medusa might make a better Home Secretary than that Remainiac liberal!


    But Mr. Javid is all the more dangerous PRECISELY because he is so much more personable and presentable!Gambar terkait

       I quote from today’s CfM bulletin.Coalition for Marriage

    We need to be very vigilant on free speech, particularly so given that Sajid Javid is the new Home Secretary.

    It was Mr Javid who backed the incredibly daft idea of stopping extremism by getting all politicians and public sector workers to swear an equality oath.

    Thankfully the idea, first drawn up by former integration tsar Dame Louise Casey, has now been dropped.


    Gambar terkait


    But the fact that Mr Javid was “drawn” to her proposals (his words) shows a pretty poor understanding of free speech. This proposal would have turned the clock back 300 years to the dark days of the Test and Corporation Acts. A time when only card-carrying Anglicans could serve in public life.

    Much was made these past days of Mr. Javid’s colour, or, as PC hogwash-talk has it, his status as ‘a BME.’ That’s irrelevant. After my May Day fun in a nice pool, it’s fair to say I’m browner than he is.

    His ethnicity is no big deal.

    It’s his opinions that alarm us. Nobody should EVER be told that abnormality merits ‘equality’ of respect with normality.



    A human being with a healthy mind should be capable of discriminating between the two.

    And citizens who exercise their right to discriminate, between those who opt for a maladjusted life-style on the one hand and, on the other, people who are NOT into aberration, should not be bullied by politicians and their tame police flunkeys.

    Oh, AND…Javid’s a Remainer.

    • Harriet Eddiler 14:53 on May 3, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      Never trust a Tory.
      Getting rid of Rudd was not the Tory Party’s idea, they defended her, even though she is so bent on hurting our country.
      Even if they get rid of May, the chances of getting a real conservative as leader are slimmer than a match-stick.
      I’m voting Ukip today.


  • ross1948 22:57 on December 28, 2016 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: 'equality oath, , Members of Parliament,   

    Brits! Protest Against This Gaystapo Escalation! 

    Just had an email from the UK’s Coalition for Marriage, seeking support for a fightback against a new and menacing scheme from Theresa May’s Government.




    It seems the so-called ‘Conservatives’ are currently contemplating an ‘equality oath’ for people holding public office.  

    The Government is backing the idea of an ‘equality oath’ for everyone who holds a public office. This could include school governors, civil servants, people working in the NHS and councillors.

    People who believe in traditional marriage could be purged from public life under this proposal.


    Using your own words, you may wish to make one or two of the following points:

    • Say that you completely disagree with the introduction of an equality oath for public life.
    • Say that the equality agenda is regularly used against people who believe in traditional marriage, such as Ashers bakery.
    • Say that there are so many different ideas of what ‘equality’ means that an equality oath is wide open to misuse.
    • Say that Government ministers have no mandate to force their beliefs on everyone else.
    • Say that enforcing an equality oath will destroy freedom of speech.
    • —————
    • Hear, Hear!
    • It’s one thing to clamp down on pig-ignorant sectarians who won’t treat men and women as equals.
    • That’s an alien ideology imported by undesirables, which should result in their deportation.
    • Traditional British values, held by those who opposed the nonsense of ‘gay’ so-called marriage and the evil of ‘gay’ adoption, should not be targetted…. 
    • ooooooooo
    • 393a3-yorkregioonalpoliceprotest
    • —-
    • …but it could easily happen.
    • The Coalition’s fears are almost certainly justified, given how many cases of gaystapo-inspired persecution have polluted British public life.
    • I applaud this appeal and hope our readers back in The Old Country bug their MPs about this new threat to freedom.
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