It is a shame that such a nice colour has been hijacked by the homosexual lobby, but so have the rainbow and the word “gay.” It all helps to give the impression that all homosexuals are soft and cuddly, harmless and peaceful.
I wasn’t going to write about my latest round of exchanges with a certain malevolent homosexual – not yet, anyway – but I will mention it in the context of tonight’s planned “Kiss-in” at the John Snow pub in Soho.
On Wednesday night a woman claiming to be the landlady allegedly ordered two men in their twenties to leave the pub for kissing in the corner.
More than 400 people have pledged to join tonight’s demonstration, while 600 say they will attend a similar protest at the pub next Wednesday,
Attendees are being urged to order nothing more than tap water to prevent the bar making money.
The pub is in Soho, the heart of London’s gay scene.
So, basically, if you run a pub in the “gay” quarter, you have to be a “gay” bar or you get targeted. How very tolerant.
The couple said the woman and a man who said he was the landlord called them “obscene” before forcibly removing them from the pub.
Mr Williams tweeted: “Seven years in London & I’ve never been made to feel bad for being gay.45 mins ago the John Snow pub, W1F had me removed for kissing a date.”
His date, James Bull, said the woman tried to claim that a straight couple would also be asked to leave for kissing.
He told PinkNews.co.uk: “I haven’t heard of the pub having a no-kissing policy and I’ve never heard of any straight couple being thrown out for kissing.”
A patron who was seated at the next table, Jamie Morton, told PinkNews.co.uk he too was asked to leave after questioning why the couple were being thrown out.
The general public has been trained to defend homosexuality.
Mr Morton, who backed up Mr Williams’ version of events, said the couple’s kissing was “innocent, not raunchy”.
He said: “The woman was really aggressive, shouting at them. It’s outrageous, they weren’t doing anything wrong. I was shocked.”
The woman may have handled it wrongly, although we don’t seem to have her recollection of events. I would have asked the pair politely to behave themselves if they wanted to continue drinking in my hostelry.
But yet again, it comes back to property rights, which are far more important than “gay” rights, because if the government can tell us what we must allow on our own premises then there is no freedom.
This brings me to my private messaging on Facebook over the past two days with a man I have blogged about before and who has obviously just seen the post. As I discovered from the blog stats, he found the post he considers offensive by searching for his name on the 123 People website. His name brings up all sorts of information, including blogs he has been mentioned on!
All I did on that post was to report on his incredible intolerance towards me. This he claims is libel, or slander, and he has ordered me to remove all mention of him.
I have absolutely no intention of giving in to pink fascism or any other kind.
He says that the “anti-fascist league” are onto me. To date, his last words to me are these:
You and your small-minded poorley educated opinions will be silenced.
That’s the gist of it, isn’t it? The silencing of dissent. They have to understand that they will never, ever get everyone to agree with their agenda and accommodate their behaviour, which many will always regard as unpleasant and immoral.
A tiny minority cannot and should not dictate to the rest of society what they should think or how they need to conduct their business.