Anglican Samizdat

February 5, 2010

In the UK, there’s no-one worth voting for

Filed under: homosexuality,Politics — David Jenkins @ 10:36 am
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Labour have turned the UK into a training ground for Islamofascist terrorists; the BNP are the next best thing to Nazis; the Liberal Democrats are so naïve that they “Believe in Fairness” and the Tories have become the gay party:

Cameron tells Rowan: Make your Church pro-gay.

Tory leader David Cameron has launched an astonishing attack on the Church of England over its attitudes to homosexuality. In an interview with the gay magazine Attitude, Cameron tells award-winning journalist Johann Hari that ‘our Lord Jesus’ would back equality and gay rights if he were around today. He says he doesn’t want to get into a row with the Archbishop of Canterbury, Dr Rowan Williams. ‘But I think the Church has to do some of the things that the Conservative Party has been through – sorting this issue out and recognising that full equality is a bottom line full essential.’ He also introduces a new phrase to the English language, one that might be current in High Tory circles but not one I’ve heard before, in reference to Muslim women: ‘Blowing the hijab off them.’

Ho ho. And we all thought he was a politician.



  1. I particularly get a laugh out of people who declare what Jesus would do, “if he were around today.” Another poster somewhere said she was sure he would be marching in gay pride parades. How can these people be so, well…, so… stupid?
    What indication do we have what he would do today other than what he did when he was here?
    And what did he do? Did he protest against the cruelty of the Roman govermnent? Against slavery? No! He called sinners to repent, to deny themselves and to take up their cross daily. He spoke more than once against, “sexual immorality,” which would definitely have included same-sex activity.
    Anyone who thinks Jesus would change his standards of morality to conform to any culture is speaking of a different Jesus.

    Comment by John K — February 5, 2010 @ 12:21 pm

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  3. Well said indeed in one sentence!!

    Comment by Stuart — February 6, 2010 @ 4:12 pm

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