In my favourite local curry house, pork is not an option. I love bacon but the shop is Muslim-run so they don’t do bacon. They stick with lamb or chicken, although they will do beefburgers and fish and pretty much anything you want as long as it’s not pork.
I know they are Muslim and I know they do seriously good curries, and I know they can cook anything on their menu to wonderful noshery level. So I go there often. Even if it’s just for a pakora or a bhaji as a snack on the way home. If I want bacon or ribs or black pudding I go to the other places. It is not a chore.
It would never occur to me to demand a bacon roll in there and then get the legal system involved when they inevitably stated that they do not do that. It’s common sense. I know they don’t do that. I also know a place just down the road that does do that. And I can buy bacon and make a bacon roll at home, it’s not difficult. Why would I try to ruin a perfectly good business just to prove a really rather silly point?
Yet this is the modus operandi of the Queer Mafia these days. Find a Christian organisation, demand they do something they don’t want to do and then call in the Law because their ripped backsides are offended by a refusal to rip them some more.
Interesting that the Poofta Stasi never seem to pick on Muslim businesses, isn’t it? Yet the Christian approach is ‘ooh, no, we don’t approve at all, let’s have a cup of tea and go ‘tut’ for a while’ while the Muslim approach is ‘hang the buggers from cranes’. One is far more dangerous than the other, but the Botty Investigators have not managed to spot the difference.
You know, most normal gay people really have spotted the difference there. They have noticed that while Christians moan and shout about gayness being a ‘God Says No’ thing, they don’t tend to demand that gay people are thrown off mountains or hanged from cranes. The Christian response is more of a ‘You know, that’s bad, m’kay?’ or ‘Well we don’t want to be involved’. Hardly quite as threatening, is it?
It’s also true that just as most Christians are not loony Westboro Baptist Church, most Muslims are not Alky Ada, so too most gay people are not loony Stonewall find-a-target-and-dictate-to-them nasty vicious spiteful bastards.
I am not gay and I am not religious. You can lift every shirt St. Michael ever made for all I care and burgle every turd that its owner has carelessly failed to staple to his colon. You fundamentalist fundament prodders demand the world accepts your lifestyle without criticism. Fine. How about you accepting other people’s lifetstyles without buggering up their businesses just to make yourselves feel all Righteous inside? Would that be an idea, do you think? In fact let’s make it simple. Do you think?
Any fundamentalist of any belief system – religious, climatologist, feminist, ASH, fatologist, drinkiehatemeister or backdoor pokie visitor – is a git. None of them do their real cause any favours at all. All they do is open the floodgates of ridicule and laughter.
Really. A private business does not want to bake a particular cake and this is a matter for the Equality Commission? And they take it seriously? What a bunch of fucktards. They only had to say ‘Try a non-Christian baker’ and let’s see how they get on with ‘Ahmed Aziz’s Porkless Pie Bakery’. Would the Camp Crusade complain again? Fifty quid says they would not even try to place the order.
When you dictate your beliefs over someone else’s, you do not have equality. You have control. You have dictatorship, suppression and the road to another Holocaust.
Gay people should know this. They were in Germany’s last Holocaust. There are those alive now who remember when their sexual preferences meant jail time.
And yet they want a new suppression. A new Stasi. A new hate-fest. A new discrimination that can only lead to a new Holocaust.
Just so they can get a cake. They are willing to destroy a whole section of society for a cake. And the law is on their side. Can you think about that and still believe in reality?
How shallow, how easy, how trivially simple was the destruction of humanity…
It’s a great opening line. Best try to write the rest of it before it happens.
Nah. Too late.
Incidentally, Bert and Ernie were just pals. No evidence of any gay involvement and definitely no gay marriage. They might as well have tried it with Mike and Bernie Winters.