Daily Archives: December 10, 2012
One must absolutely congratulate the city of St. Petersburg for their brave reaction to their twin city Milan to “suspend” the collaboration. I truly hope the brave Russians will not cave in to fashionable perversions; but judging from the reactions this should not be the case. It’s not everyday you read from an MP the words:
“Of course, it’s hard for many of our European colleagues to accept our law, as many of them are members of the gay lobby.”
It goes without saying that as an Italian I am deeply ashamed – though not entirely surprised – at the decision of my disgraceful countrymen.
Kudos to the Christians still remained, who believe in God rather than in political correctness and have their own salvation – and a healthy Christian environment for those they love – dearer than their own electoral interest.
Saint Michael the Archangel, defend us in battle.
I have written not many weeks ago about the excellent intervention of Rowan Atkinson in defence of basic freedom of speech in the face ot the erosion of liberty caused by an increasingly more oppressive nannyism and dictatorship of obligatory niceness.
Since Atkinson’s intervention the Government – being a motley crew of oppressive cretins and friends of the perverts – has decided not to change the line of militant political correctness, but the Crown Prosecution Service has today made a big step in the direction of freedom of expression by announcing their support to the scrapping of insulting expressions as criminal offences.
This will cause another problem for our sodo-government, as the combined pressure of both increasing sectors of the public opinion and the return to sanity of the CPS will expose even more their oppressive nannyism and, in time – perhaps after another scandal or two, see the “gay horse” of the article – force them to cave in.
Kudos to the CPS for having the nerve to react to the oppressive climate of mandated political correctess Cameron & Co. Would love to impose on all of us.
Seal of Confession Reblog
Several blogs are now sporting the new, elegant banner “Protect the seal of confession”, the creation of the St. Genesius Blog.
I will insert an image of this on my sidebar and to do things tidily and without risk of links breaking, I need to post the image in a blog post of my site and then link the image to this blog post.
This is, very honestly, the main reason for this blog post.
As I am there, I suggest that you consider inserting this on your blog (if you have one) or alternatively mail it around to people you know and won’t feel spammed by you.
Every little helps.