I thought the whole point of having a blog was to post articles and invite people to comment on them.
Apparently not. Not with LabourList, anyway.
Alex wrote: “Stewart, I’ve removed your links and would appreciate it if you took your views elsewhere.”
No prizes for guessing what the subject was? The 3% who are above criticism. People who engage in homosexual acts.
They are allowed not only to do that, but promote it and all the while I am supposed to keep my opinion to myself. Am I not clearly being discriminated against? Should I bring legal action?
Is Alex Smith or someone else at LL afraid? Fearful of being questioned as to why this Stewart Cowan was allowed to link to articles like this one which shows that the ‘gay’ agenda is a mind-control experiment: THE OVERHAULING OF STRAIGHT AMERICA?
Do people in the New Labour Party not even care that they have been so thoroughly manipulated?
They’d rather shoot the messenger and carry on pretending that their multi-cultural, multi-sexual Utopia is going to be wonderful – if only people who want free speech and decent values would just shut up.
I was described by Mike Homphry, who I believe is homosexual, as a “particularly virulent and extreme evangelical Christian”.
It is incredible, but people seem to have forgotten that my view on homosexuality was the normal one, even earlier in this very decade when Brian Souter conducted his referendum in Scotland on Section 28 and seven out of eight people out of the million who took part, voted to keep this protection in place.
Now, even the Tories have apologised for Section 28.
I got rid of the telly five years ago, so perhaps that’s why I haven’t been reprogrammed to believe that wrong is right.