Tuesday, 23 January 2007

Bishop´s finger

There is a "row" about anti-discrimination laws in Britain, because religious groups are concerned this will mean their child adoption agencies will no longer be able to "tell gays to get lost".
The Archbishop of York on the Today programme, tried to explain why being "in conscience unwelcoming to gays" was entirely different from in conscience discriminating against black people.
Of course it´s different Archbishop! Very good, such a wonderful and beautiful thought!
I think it was Jesus who said,

"Love one another, but not if they´re homos!"

He also said,

“Let anyone among you who is heterosexual be the first to throw a stone at "the gays".”

“Finally, brothers, whatever is true, whatever is noble, whatever is right, whatever is pure, whatever is lovely, whatever is admirable—if anything is excellent or praiseworthy—think about such things. But if you´re a gay, you can fuck right off mate. Urgh! It´s disgusting!”

Is it different to be "in conscience unwelcoming to Archbishops" than to disriminate against gays? The answer, I´m afraid, is yes.
We must all discriminate, with honour, against Archbishops.
I mean, look at them, the freaks! We can´t take sexual advice from people who aren´t getting any (gay or otherwise)...


Stúlka said...

The last sentence is great. If people could take a minute and think about that, the world would be a better place.

discoriggall said...

can you put that comment on all of my blogs please? :)