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Thursday, 1 December 2011


Here’s hoping you find this in
your Christmas cake, Mr O’

Our old fiend (spelling deliberate) Cardinal Keith O’Brien is at it again: denouncing love.

Well, he would say that what he’s actually denouncing is evil.

This leader of the Catholic Deluded Herd in Scotland is another of those who think same-sex marriage is some kind of threat to opposite-sex marriage.

He joined other figures yesterday to deliver speeches outside the Scottish Parliament in Holyrood, Edinburgh.

“The Roman Catholic Church intends to deliver 20,000 postcards to the Scottish Parliament signed by Scottish people who oppose gay marriage,” says Pink News.

It quotes O’Brien as saying: “As an institution, marriage long predates the existence of any state or government. It was not created by government and should not be changed by them.

“Instead, recognising the innumerable benefits which marriage brings to society they should act to protect and uphold it, not attack or dismantle it.

“At the heart of this debate, however, there is one perspective which seems to be completely lost or ignored: it is the point of view of the child.

“All children deserve to begin life with a mother and father; the evidence in favour of the stability and wellbeing which this provides is overwhelming and unequivocal.”

Well allow me to correct you, you blithering evil oaf. Marriage as a legal institution, which is what this is all about, was created by governments. Who else could make it a legal thing? Whether you recognise a couple’s union as marriage by your hocus-pocus – sorry, religious – terminology is up to you, but don’t expect sane people to take you seriously, you pompous arsehole.

(Sorry, I’m getting a bit carried away here, but this ridiculous tosser has just got right up my nose, the pillock.)

Marriage as a religious institution was created by people – men. You, Mr O’Brien, would claim, I assume – though you don’t in this story – that it was created by God. That’s tosh, I’m afraid. There is no evidence whatsoever. Anyway, he told me he had nothing to do with it.

Then there’s this shit about kids. Whatever the debate about whether a kid is better brought up by a male and a female, the fact is that gay people adopt kids who might otherwise languish till adulthood in institutions. As for creating kids using surrogacy, I’m a tiny bit iffy. While there are kids in institutions wanting stable homes, it seems a bit of a waste to add another consumer to the mix, but there you go – that’s not our argument here.

What kids deserve, Mr O-sodding-Brien, is a stable loving home. There are gay couples aplenty just ready, willing and able to provide it.

Basically, you’re talking crap to support your prejudice – a prejudice that betrays an intrinsic moral evil in you and your kind.

I hope you find a rat in your Christmas cake.

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