Saturday, October 10, 2009


The Gay movement, flourishing under the banner of the New World Order movement, continues to attack Christian voices with increasing intensity. We cite a few recent examples: Kwabena Peat, a senior teacher in the UK who had to audacity to complain about a training day for staff being used to promote gay rights was promptly suspended from his £50,000-a-year job (, About the same time David Booker, a 44 year old hostel support worker was also suspended from his job when, in response to a colleague’s question during private chat at a late shift, he had expressed his opposition to same-sex marriages and homosexual clergy. David had even added (in that private conversation) that he did not hate homosexuals as individuals and that he actually had some homosexual friends. Nevertheless, the supposedly Christian hostel he was working for felt that he had "seriously breached" the charity's code of conduct "by promoting your religious views which contained discriminatory comments regarding a person's sexual orientation". The suspension was imposed "to safeguard both residents and staff", he was advised. (
Even a Bishop in the Church of England who attempted to defend the Scriptural position on homosexuality was soon taken to the cleaners in the newspapers. After more than half a million people, including UK’s Prime Minister’s wife, Sarah Brown, had taken to the streets of London to celebrate gay culture at the annual Pride festival in July, the bold Bishop Michael Nazir-Ali had told The Sunday Telegraph: "The Bible's teaching shows that marriage is between a man and a woman. That is the way to express our sexual nature. We welcome homosexuals, we don't want to exclude people, but we want them to repent and be changed."
Gay advocates promptly pounced on the good Bishop. Equality campaigner Peter Tatchell said it was the Bishop who needed to repent of his homophobia which Mr Tatchell claims is “against Jesus's teachings of love and compassion.”
"Homophobia is a social and moral evil, just like racism. Bigotry, even in the guise of religion, has no place in a compassionate, caring society.” Derek Munn, director of public affairs for gay rights group Stonewall, also lampooned Dr Nazir-Ali. It is unfortunate that in 2009, a Church leader should continue to promote inequality and intolerance," he told the affirming journalists.(
In a similar public celebration of homosexuality in the US, President Obama hosted a celebration of Gay Pride Month at the White House where he reiterated his strong commitment to selling the homosexuality agenda to the American people. Addressing the homosexuals, Obama had declared: ""There are good and decent people in this country who don't yet fully embrace their gay brothers and sisters -- not yet.…That's why I've spoken about these issues -- not just in front of you -- but in front of unlikely audiences, in front of African-American Church members."
With Prime Ministers and Presidents now the major spokespersons for homosexuality, it sure takes courage and conviction for some government official to voice a different opinion!

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