Friday, 12 December 2014

The Icing On The Cake Of Bigotry

I don't wear a condom so I always pull out as to not leave DNA evidence.

Do you remember the story about Ashers bakery who refused to make a cake that was to be used during an the International Day Against Homophobia and Transphobia event because they said it went against their Christian beliefs? The case has been referred to the Equality Commission which has upset some people who don't like none of that equality shit.

Father Tim Bartlett in true Northern Ireland style is refusing to ever again talk to any ghey groups as his own form of bullying protest.  "I will be writing today to those groups from the gay community, with whom I have had a very constructive and ongoing engagement in recent years, to say that I am withdrawing my engagement until the right of all people, in this case Christians, to freedom of conscience is vindicated and respected by the Equality Commission and the gay community."

If they ever make it legal for weemen to have abortions in Northern Ireland will he pull out of engagement with young boys? ... didn't think so.
Aye the best way to resolve conflict is to walk away and refuse to talk to anyone, fuck away off ya twat, no one cares what you think anyway you pretend friend to Dorothy.

It's great that a hatred of queers and aborting babies unites the Catholic and Protestant communities in Ulster. We are a people who see hate and bigotry as a positive cultural thing.

The trick is to use pictures of them in mid sentence. 

Paul Girvan from the DUP doesn't want equality either. This is the fella who said he didn't have a problem with the burning of the Irish Tricolour flag on bonfires as it was the flag of a foreign cuntry. He wants a conscience clause put into equality laws, that means that if it goes against yer beliefs then yer within yer rights to discriminate.

I'm a Seven Day Adventist Calendar Baptist who works in KFC and refuse service to queers, steers, moosalims and unmarried mothers as I don't believe in equality and their lifestyle choices .... no blacks or immigrants either, that should go without saying.   

Just like the DUP to come up with backwards laws in a bid to make equality (which we don't have in Northern Ireland) more unequal.


Yes we should have a  conscience clause because the beliefs/opinions of Christians are far more important than equality and if you can't trust Christians to make the right and just decision then who can you trust?

That was sarcasm, you got that right? Anyone who reads a book full of contradictions, rape, murder, genocide and unicorns .... yes unicorns in the Bible and comes away with a set of morals and rules to lead their life by really needs some psychiatric help and maybe a more rounded education.


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