As is my usual routine I start the day by making a drink, and taking a few moments to watch all the news channels to get an idea of the events in current affairs. I am not alone in this as many people of my ilk take a moment in the morning to check the world out either in the broadsheets or Radio 4 and its variants on the radio.
It was during this morning tradition that I came across the following story on Russia Today. Russia’s Human Rights Watchdog to check ban on gay propaganda. We all know that where human rights are mentioned it would only apply to black one legged lesbians and anyone else can go whistle. So at this point I started to take an interest.
He is checking if recent laws banning gay propaganda are constitutional. Of course he will find that they are not, and Russia will be forced to condone and promote sodomy and all that goes with it.
I should point out that I have gay friends from my theatre days, and they keep things behind closed doors so to speak. You would not even know they were gay, and a friend of mine who appeared in Shirley Valentine constantly bemoans radical homosexuality. The ones who demand the promotion of homosexuality, and its active propaganda in the schools, and camp it up on gay pride marches.
The rules and rights used as a stick to beat us with are being used all over Europe, and now Russia to promote gay rights to the detriment of heterosexual rights.
Russia and its politicians quite rightly have identified this threat, and have moved to counter it.
I am in favour of any law that prohibits the promotion of homosexuality, and you will find that many people, homosexuals included would agree.
The usual suspects say that the law discriminates against them and could lead to ignorance and homophobia.
Most of Russia believes that homosexuals do not deserve the same rights as ordinary citizens, and I tend to agree, because as we have found throughout Europe gay rights mean gay dominance, as it is with every minority group, black, Islamic or Gay. They seek to promote their lifestyle choice, and anyone who argues against it is called ignorant or phobic.
The media, educators and politicians are duplicitous in this.
For the ignorant ones amongst us I would point out that phobia comes from the Greek and means to fear or have a morbid fear of. I fear the rise of Islam, I fear the destruction of my race because of the demographic rise of foreign colonisers and I fear the promotion of homosexuality to children.
So I am proud to be Islamaphobic, xenophobic and homophobic.
For the ignorant ones amongst us I would point out that Peter Tatchell, the chief promoter of gay rights has also promoted lowering the age of consent: