Tuesday, November 15, 2011

Straights fight back against gay pride

In recent time the Gay Pride lobby has become more strident, even arranging prosecution of people going about their normal behavior.

I post here an e-mail that I received today from Davis Skinner:

Dear Friends,

I recently wrote to ask that you protest against Tesco sponsoring London Pride 2011 and World Pride 2012.

I wish to thank all those who have responded and those who have written to me with advice and encouragement as to how to motivate more people to engage with issues that threaten us in these perplexing times. You may have seen the result of our letters in the Daily Mail:
Well done and God bless you all. However, Tesco is totally unrepentant, preferring instead to shift attention away from their evil and wicked sponsorship to the charities that they can more than afford. No doubt many of you may have received a Tesco letter such as this:

“Thank you for your email addressed to Andrew Higginson, our Chief Executive of Retailing Services, to which I have been asked to respond. ………We believe that everyone should be welcome at Tesco. This is reflected in the people we employ and the customers we serve. It is also reflected in the broad range of organisations and causes we support…………Last year we donated over £64 million to charities and good causes across the world. This amounted to 1.8 percent of pre-tax profits; nearly doubling our goal for 2010. ……Each year in the UK we select a national charity as our Charity of the Year which represents a cause our customers and staff care about……….. We are proud to support this wide range of charities and community initiatives and look forward to continuing to do so…… trust that I have clarified our position on this matter.

Kind Regards

Frances Hickling

Chief Executive’s Office”

Below is my letter in response, explaining that World Pride 2012 will be a moment of national shame, not pride. I would urge you to keep up the pressure on Tesco. Please write back to them in your own words or using part of my letter. Please make your voices heard before this freedom of speech is taken away, as the previous government has threatened to do, if it returns to power.

Contact details: philip.clarke@uk.tesco.co; or customer.service@tesco.co.uk;
or ceo.customerservice@tesco.co.uk; or cr.enquiries@uk.tesco.com For comments or questions on Tesco's Corporate Responsibility Report please contact Sir Richard Broadbent, Chairman, Tesco, PLC, Delamare Road, CheshuntEN8 9SL
also see:


To whoever it may concern
Dear Sir/Madam,

It is with regret that it seems to me that Tesco have come under the domination of OUTatTESCO and that though it might donate 1.8% of its gross profits to good causes (which for a company of this size is a modest amount; I personally donate 20% of my net income) this can in no way compensate for its sponsoring such shameful, dehumanising and degrading events as London Pride or World Pride 2012.

Perhaps I am being unfair when I say that I anticipate that your reply to my concerns might be something along the lines of, “Dear Sir/Madam, Tesco is striving to achieve a fairer, 21st century, multicultural society where there is great diversity of lifestyles ……… and that consequently this case is now closed.” And indeed, absolutely on queue I have just received such an answer that says, “I understand that you are unhappy about this situation and your comments have been duly noted. However, I have nothing further to add to the comments in my previous correspondence and our position on this matter remains unchanged.

Kind Regards
Gary Menzies
Customer Service Executive”

If that should be the case, I have to emphasise that the rapidly degenerating state of our once great Nation, being in as much danger, if not more, than the one it faced in World War 11, especially if the genuine concerns of the public are treated with such contempt, also remains unchanged. This issue will not go away.

I need to say at the outset that I wish in no way to attack those vulnerable and fragile men and women, boys and girls who possibly, through no choice - initially - of their own, have developed an emotional disorder or sexual addiction - not through genetics but through environmental influences - even sexual abuse - coupled maybe with temperamental weakness. These require our love, compassion and assistance - not condemnation. Indeed there but by the grace of God go I. However, with regard to the out-proud, militant and proselytising homosexuals, who, with the support of Tesco and the British government, have visited their cruelty on Peter and Hazelmary Bull, an elderly Christian couple, who run a bed and breakfast business in their own home, in Cornwall, I can only say that by using ambiguous laws, fear, oppression and tyranny, the government and Tesco have declared war on the people of Britain.

Peter and Hazelmary, like Tesco, are in the business of providing goods and services. But, unlike Tesco, they refused to bow to the dictats and bullying of gay pressure groups. At the beginning of 2011 they were informed that they had contravened the Sexual Orientation Regulations (SORs) because they had discriminated against two gay men, Steven Preddy and Martyn Hall, by refusing them a double bed.

In addition to having to pay damages of £3600 to them, homosexuals then besieged their guesthouse with demands for double rooms, seemingly in a bid to destroy the business. Mrs Bull, 66, also received abusive and menacing phone calls, whilst her 71-year-old husband lay critically ill in hospital. Does Tesco support such behaviour?

I have generated a government e-petition, in support of Mr and Mrs Bull, asking for the repeal or drastic amendment to the Sexual Orientation Regulations (SORs) which like the outlet of an effluent pipe, continues to pump its toxic waste into British society:

With homosexuals, Steven Preddy and Martyn Hall, there is no “live and let live”. They knew perfectly well how deeply offensive it would be to Mr and Mrs Bull to have anyone performing sodomy under their roof - whether married or unmarried, male or female. The men could have respected how they felt and gone elsewhere. They had a choice of many double beds in Cornwall catering for their “special tastes”, but no; the evidence points to their having been emboldened in their action by Stonewall, the homosexual bullying lobby group.

It is vital that we understand who generated the SORs, the purpose of which is to destroy traditional marriage and family life. This might sound and extreme claim, but read Peter Tatchell’s vision for the future just a few paragraphs further down.

The SORs were not handed down from heaven; neither are they based upon self-evident and universal truths. They were spawned in the imagination of Stonewall’s former chief executive, Angela Mason et al who is a commissioner of the Equality and Human Rights Commission (the outfit responsible for hauling Mr and Mrs Bull through the courts). Not only was she responsible for setting up the Equality and Human Rights Commission (ECHR),she was responsible for overseeing the Sexual Orientation Regulations when she headed up the Women’s Equality Unit from 2003 to 2007. She is also a Marxist, lesbian, IVF mother, ex-member of anarchist group, the Angry Brigade (who in 1971 conducted a campaign of terror bombings in London). She also chairs the feminist organisation, the Fawcett Society (whose former chair, Dr Katherine Rake said “We want to transform the most intimate and private relations between women and men.”)

For Tesco to throw itself with such enthusiasm into this experiment in social engineering, by promoting sterile ‘different families’, who are unwilling to reproduce in the natural way, that come in all shapes and sizes, where there is no recognisable parentage, and where children are treated as commodities and trophies to be used as human shields to infiltrate our schools, sports clubs and scouting associations with gay propaganda, can only be described as an act of wanton anarchy – beyond anything we saw this Summer on the streets of London.

When law abiding members of the public like foster parents, Mr and Mrs Johns, the housing officer Adrian Smith, and a growing list that includes teachers, therapists, councillors, counsellors, magistrates, paediatricians, registrars, nurses, firemen, policemen and clergy - people from every walk of life - are publically humiliated, fined, forced out of their occupation, forced to close down their business, dragged through the courts, threatened with violence by gays, and compelled to pay for their own oppression through their taxes (for simply trying to halt this anarchy and to defend the values and morality of traditional marriage and the family) and presumably with the approval of Tesco, this is not likely to improve your ratings with the general public either.

To see the kind of vision for Britain that Tesco is promoting, let us have it from the horse’s mouth. Peter Tachtell in “Beyond Equality” writes:

“In many ways, our transcending of heterosexual mores is a positive and immensely liberating experience. Compared with most straights, queers tend to be more sexually adventurous with a wider repertoire of sexual behaviour, less bound by the strictures of traditional morality, and more experimental in terms of relationships. We don't need a marriage certificate to validate our partnerships.”

“Although getting rid of homophobic discrimination is a laudable aim, it doesn't go far enough. Ending anti-gay bias will not resolve all the problems faced by lesbian and gay people. Some of our difficulties arise not from homophobia, but from the more general eroto-phobic and sex-negative nature of contemporary culture.”

“We get equality, but at a price. The cost to our community is the surrender of our unique, distinctive queer identity. The unwritten social contract at the heart of law reform is that lesbians and gays will behave respectably and comply with the heterosexual moral agenda. No more cruising, orgies or sadomasochism!”

In “Teenage Sex-What Should Schools Teach Children?” he writes:

“Until very recent times, all sex education was overwhelmingly biased towards promoting heterosexuality, marriage, parenthood and traditional family life. Anything outside this exclusive framework was either ignored or condemned”……“This old-style monocultural sex moralism is now totally out of sync with our modern multicultural society where there is a great diversity of cultures and communities, lifestyles and love-lives.”…..” Nothing must be off limits”…..“Sex education, to be effective, needs to start at a very early age, beginning gently in the first year of primary school and gradually becoming more detailed and explicit at secondary level”……“The best way to persuade teenagers to adopt oral sex and mutual masturbation is by making them look and sound sexy.”

But Tatchell, in “Insignificant Other” wants to go beyond to something called the Civil Commitment Pact, where any kind of relationship is given social and legal recognition.

“For these reasons, I have suggested a new legal framework – Civil Commitment Pact. It would allow people to nominate as their next-of-kin and beneficiary any 'significant other' in their life. This could be a partner or lover, but it could also be a sister, carer, house-mate, favourite nephew or life-long best friend. “Any new partnership legislation should allow people to select from a menu of rights and responsibilities. This flexibility would enable them to devise a tailor-made partnership agreement suited to their own particular needs.”

It's clear to see where Tatchell is taking us with “any kind of relationship”.

I now draw your attention back to Tesco's World Pride 2012 sponsorship. Without doubt, as each year passes, and the gay lobby become more emboldened, this will become more extreme until it begins to resemble the obscene Folsom Street Fair in California which was described this year as being like “nothing in the world.. with 400,000 kinky friends spread out over 13 city blocks of adult entertainment”: BEFORE viewing these links, I apologies in advance and give a strong warning about the outrageous and highly explosive nature of this GayPride material.

TESCO PROMOTIONS : SCENES FROM LONDONANDMANCHESTER PRIDE (note man and his dog at 3min50 seconds) (note sex workers marching in parade)


The 1% of the population who identify themselves as gay or bi-sexual are responsible for almost 50% of sexually transmitted diseases.
The Pink News reported,“New figures from the body show that men who have sex with men and young adults are the most at-risk groups for infections.
The HPA said that in cases where sexual orientation was recorded, 64 per cent of new syphilis infections and 40 per cent of new gonorrhoea infections were found in gay or bisexual men.”

It also said,

“More than 100,000 people are expected to be living with HIV by next year, at an annual treatment cost of almost £1 billion. In 2010, 45 per cent of those diagnosed were gay or bisexual men.”

Other sponsors of London and World Pride are the Terrance Higgins Trust, supposedly an HIV and sexual health charity that has been granted £203,528 government funding to run a sex education programme in English schools and youth clubs. This outrageous programme, called the Sexual Health Champions Programme (SHCP), will allow 100 disadvantaged children aged between 14-19 to be trained as ‘Sexual Health Champions’. They will then lead peer-to-peer sessions for 2,000 more young people, while 40 young people who are deemed most at risk of sexual ill-health will receive one-to-one mentoring. This is material from THT that children will no doubt be encouraged to access:


When Tesco proudly states that it is pleased to have been invited to support World Pride 2012, may I cast the spotlight on a similar event held in London's 2006 Europride, when Sir Ian McKellen OBE and Sir Elton John CBE were its patrons and organisers? These same Stonewall champions of diversity may well be integral to World Pride 2012.

In 2006, the Independent on Sunday compiled an annual Pink List of the most influential gay and lesbians in Britain.

Ian McKellen topped the list ahead of singer Sir Elton John in second place. Since September 2008, he has been cruising, virtually unopposed, around British schools, subtly breaking down children's natural reserve towards unnatural behaviour, under the pretext that “we should be kind to each other.” What kind of kindness was it to read out James Kirkup's poem “The Love That Dares To Speak It’s Name” at a Secularist gathering in a London restaurant in 2008, by way of celebrating the repeal of the Blasphemy Laws? This obscene, pornographic poem of homosexual necrophilia, describing in graphic detail a Roman soldier pouring out his lust on the dead body of Christ, was designed to express his visceral hatred of God and Christians. He also demonstrates his hatred of boasting of ripping pages of the Bible – something he proudly confesses to doing whenever he finds one in a hotel room. (look at the video at the bottom of this page of the “comedian, George Carlin, mocking God). DoesTesco applaud this too?

HATRED OF PURITY CONDONED BY TESCO (Warning obscene language)


In 2010 the government created a new anti-paedophile database, but McKellen who is patron of the Little Theatre Guild, which represents more than 100 British theatres, said that the Government's new anti-paedophile database was unnecessary for theatres and that "there has never in the last 50 years been any hint of wrongdoing". However, theatre director, Rhys Young who once worked for the Wharf Theatre in Devizes (which is a member of Sir Ian's Little Theatre Guild) was jailed in 2008 for having sex with a 15-year-old boy. He was also jailed for a similar offence dating back to 1996.

Sir Elton John, who came second on this list, put on a show for Cherie Blair and VIPs at the Royal Albert Hall in 1999, in aid of Stonewall, in which he celebrated paedophilia. Six professional teen-age strippers wearing Cub Scout uniforms (for ages 7-11) stripped off their uniforms -- to the song, "It's a sin," by homosexual band, the Pet Shop Boys, and knelt before Elton John in obscene poses while grabbing their crotches.

A Home Office document published in 1998 by Bradford et al suggested reasonably that approximately 20 to 33% of child sexual abuse is homosexual in nature and about 10% mixed (2nd para, p14)

And again, though I am not accusing Peter Tatchell of being a paedophile, his writing is bestrewn with evidence that he supports it. – no matter how much he vehemently denies this. Read your Tatchell.


Third in this annual Pink List of the most influential gay and lesbians in Britain was Gary Frisch and Henry Badenhorst who founded the gay online dating agency Gaydar.com, which boasts more than six million subscribers worldwide, and apart from Tesco, is also a proud sponsor of London Pride. .

Gary Frisch committed suicide by leaping from the eighth floor of a block of flats in London, his blood full of ketamine, and shouting “whahee” as he leapt from the balcony.

“Gay singer Elton John revealed that a former lover committed suicide… The star said: “Years back I had a relationship, and I had absolutely no idea in the world he was going to do this… he threw himself under a truck.”

Matt Lucas, Little Britain comedian, who came 9th in this list in 2009, according to the Independent, ‘had been starring in Prick Up Your Ears at the Comedy Theatre, a sombre play about the suicide of the playwright Kenneth Halliwell, who killed himself after murdering his lover and fellow playwright Joe Orton. But the Little Britain star quit after his real-life former partner Kevin McGee was found hanging on Monday in his Edinburgh flat…”

We might also add the names of the many homosexuals, such as Kristian Digby and Kevin Greening, who have committed suicide or died as a result of dangerous sex experiments.

Even within the last few days we hear of Peter Roebuck: cricketer


Thrown in for good measure, the singer Boy George makes a regular appearance in London Pride. He served only four months of 15 month prison sentence for chaining a male escort to a wall and lashing him with a chain during a sex act in 2009. In this Youtube he believes that Christians should be silenced from making any comment or criticism of homosexual behaviour.

How soon before billboards and posters, proclaiming ‘SOME PEOPLE ARE GAY, GET OVER IT’ are placed in every street, every work place, school, sports club, and church telling us that even to feel uncomfortable with sodomy will qualify us to be forcibly made to attend a diversity course at the national headquarters of the homosexual lobby group, Stonewall in London: - as happened to a Bristol councillor, Chris Windows, when he expressed concern about gay (Sir) Ian McKellen proselytising homosexuality to Bristol schoolchildren ? relevant part of video starts at starts 2hrs 20:56 to 2hrs 28:45)

Clearly a disturbed minority, aided and abetted by our institutions, like Tesco are attempting to impose homosexuality on our children. In all these issues I will gladly go to prison rather than remain silent about this evil or have it forced upon me or my family. I want the right to choose what I teach my children and grandchildren - not be forced to teach them about fornication, adultery and sexual perversions. I will not teach this to my grandchildren, nor stand by and agree to someone else doing so, and sincerely hope that are still people left in Britain who think the same way.

Am I to understand that Gary Menzies of Tesco customer services has the last word?

“I have nothing further to add to the comments in my previous correspondence and our position on this matter remains unchanged.”

In the light of the above overwhelming evidence I ask that Tesco reconsiders its position on this matter?

Yours sincerely

David Skinner

Like most people I tend to regard what people do in private as their own business as long as it doesn't scare the horses, but whan it is spelled out exactly what they do, I find it rather disgusting. I find that the promotion is offensive and the picking on children and young people dangerous. The government and Prime Minister's support for the gay life style has stopped me voting Conservative again and I shall now never shop again at TESCO.


Manu Manickvel said...

Wow! That was some correspondence! i do know how touched you were by that American who was a good poet (he appreciated your poems too) and who sadly passed last year...i too have had good interactions with gay people - at the end of the day we are all just humans...but i also feel that the pressure on young adults to join these fraternities and choose that way of life is unfair to such fragile and tender minds. And they never get a chance to get out.

Terry Hamblin said...

You mean Alan Sullivan. I believe we should love our gay brothers and not obstruct their way to finding God by patronizing them. On the other hand lomosexulaity is a sin just as adultery is. Remamber what Jesus said to the woman taken in adultery, " Neither do I condemn you but go and leave your sinful ways."

Manu Manickvel said...

Yes doc, he had a nice blog too i guess. True that God always gives one a chance to repent and change - but who gives (most of) these people who think that their orientation is 'fixed' in the opposite way - or both ways - a chance to join the mainstream again? Once all this pulls them in, they are well and truly stuck for life, adding to the confusion in their depressed minds...i really thank my stars or whatever that i did not go down that road (have been asked whether i am gay, as i am a bachelor who has no girlfriends,and do not feel the lack of any, at the age of 46 now!)

Manu Manickvel said...

My mum, on the advise of an uncle who had sent his own son away as his wife was 'spoiling' him, wanted to put my unruly twin brothers(8 years younger than myself) in what we call 'boarding school' in India, though i was a teenager then i convinced her not to as i knew what transpires in male hostels...

Richard said...

Here's Matt's take on the subject:-


Terry Hamblin said...

Can't see the joke.

Dan Cullen, Westchester, NY said...

What about the religious freedom rights of Peter and Hazelmary Bull, not to mention their basic civil rights?

In the U.S., we are experiencing similar social aberrations. Obama’s adopted home state of Illinois legalized homosexual “marriage” and now the state of Illinois started forcing Christian foster care & adoption centers to provide services to homosexual “couples”. Needless to say, the Churches have filed legal suits against being forced, or otherwise coerced, into aiding and abetting such immoral actions.

At our federal government level, back in June of 2009, Obama appointed a Kevin Jennings, a known homosexual pervert, as Assistant Deputy Secretary of Education in charge of the Office of Safe and Drug-Free Schools. Although the liberal media did not give it full coverage, this of course created outrage and eventually Jennings left the post in late Spring ’11. For a briefing see: http://www.discoverthenetworks.org/individualProfile.asp?indid=2426.

Further, Obama had declared June 2011 "Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender [LGBT] Pride Month”. Obama is a “progressive” democrat, not as far left as anarchists but right next to them – socialist-Marxists. They just come right out and put into place things against the very fabric of U.S. traditional Judeo-Christian beliefs, mores and values; they also do it by “nudging” (Cass Sunstein is an Obama cohort). They’re defiant and devious.

As to the deviates, looking at the total population they’re about 3.5%, probably the same percent in the U.K.; one could statistically view them as “noise”, “residue”, “oddity”, an “end tail deviation”. It is truly a case where the “tail wags the dog”. Ever wonder why they insist on changing the meaning of marriage rather than just modifying certain pertinent laws to recognize “civil union” to the same extent and magnitude? Like much of the left, they’re provocateurs.

Over the years I’ve come to accept them as being wired that way at birth, the same way we are all born with certain strengths and weaknesses. But their active interference with forcing others to adapt, accommodate and cater to their lifestyles wants and needs has once again put me at odds with them as their actions infringe and adversely impact the “life, liberty and pursuit of happiness” (as stated within the U.S. Declaration of Independence) of the many, i.e., 96.5%.

Anonymous said...

It should be noted that Tesco's head of R&D is Nick Lansey.
Nick is gay and is also a 'Diversity Champion'.But he does not take his diversity too much to heart where Christianity is concerned. His Youtube channel has one very nasty anti-Christian video in which he reads the filthy blasphemous poem 'The Love That Dares Not Speak Its name.