Archive | October 2013

Meet the “Gay” agenda Enforcer and Chief Commissar, oops, Commissioner, Michael Wardlow!

Yesterday, the Equality Commission NI came out (no pun intended) with a statement supporting homosexual “marriage (no surprise there!)

Here are some quotes  from said statement,

” We as a commission support same-sex marriage. It is a fundamental equality matter.
“There is the opportunity for our executive to show leadership by publishing a sexual orientation strategy. That is the basis on which we can proceed to deal with some of these issues, like the ban on donating blood, same-sex adoption and same sex marriage.”
(end of quote from Dr. Michael Wardlow)

Who is this man Wardlow?   According to his profile on the website of the ECNI, he holds a Bachelor’s and Master’s degree in Theology from Queen’s University, Belfast. One would have thought that he would have been confronted with the Bible’s prohibition (an Old Testament AND New Testament prohibition, we wish to make clear,) on homosexual activity, at some time during his studies. He was studying Theology, after all.

It is disgraceful and chilling in the extreme for Mr.Wardlow and his Commission to publicly declare their support for the homosexual agenda (note their statement clearly shows their support for all three of the present demands of the homosexual lobby  i.e  “gay” adoption, “gay” blood donation and “gay” marriage.)

We have used the word “Commissar” in our post title deliberately, and in relation to Mr.Wardlow, and a reading of more than one dictionary definition of the word should explain our choice of this word.

“Commissar” means “an official of the Communist Party in the former Soviet Union or present-day China, in charge of political indoctrination and the enforcement of Party loyalty.”

The word can also mean, ” A person who tries to control public opinion.”
We believe that Michael Wardlow and his Commission are attempting to do just that  i.e  “control public opinion,” and “indoctrinate the public,” to accept homosexuality as “normal and healthy,” and, if that fails, capitulation to the demands of the homosexual agenda will be enforced by Mr.Wardlow and his ilk.

In his statement, quoted above, he spoke of the executive i.e they need to show leadership.  The Executive have twice rejected homosexual “marriage” (we are happy to report) but Mr.Wardlow is not happy with the decision of the Executive and, no doubt, he will agitate and agitate until they vote in support of “gay” marriage (perish the thought.)

However, we have a suggestion for Dr.Wardlow. He could “show leadership” by forming a queue, with him at the head of it, all of them with their sleeves rolled up, waiting their turn to receive a blood donation from homosexuals and/or male and female prostitutes. Then we will know that such blood is “safe” and that Mr.Wardlow has the courage of his convictions.

In conclusion, we wish our readers to know that Michael Wardlow (yes, THAT Michael Wardlow of ECNI fame,) was the featured speaker on this morning’s Thought for the Day on BBC NI’s radio programme, Good Morning Ulster.

At first, we thought the speaker shared the same name with the man from Equality, but we were told by the Equality Commission that the speaker this morning was their Michael Wardlow, but wished to assure us that he was speaking in a personal capacity.

How strange!  The man from Equality was on Good Evening Ulster last night issuing his chilling statement and he pops up again on BBC NI this morning (when they were careful to omit stating his credentials) and giving his “Thought for the Day” and we are to conclude that his radio slot (and the timing of it) was a coincidence?

We think not!

This entry was posted on October 31, 2013. 3 Comments

The Nolan show respond to our complaint

The following e-mail is the response (or lack of it) that we received today from the Nolan Show regarding our complaint about their pro-abortion bias. We wish to draw attention to one sentence in particular from the e-mail, and it is as follows.

“The BBC does not have a position on the abortion issue and we are satisfied that our presenter’s handling of this, and related, discussions on 09 October, 2013 and subsequently across succeeding days on BBC radio, was fair and balanced.”

Fair and balanced ?!!  Are we talking about the same presenter? To say that Stephen Nolan was “fair and balanced” on the abortion issue is patent nonsense, as is the claim that “The BBC does not have a position on the abortion issue”.

We (the Whites) intend to take this matter further with the BBC.

 

29 October, 2013

Dear Mr & Mrs White

Editorial Complaint – The Nolan Show

I’m replying to your recent complaint about coverage of abortion on The Nolan Show on BBC Radio Ulster, and wider issues (legislative, moral and medical) relating to abortion in Northern Ireland. Your complaint has been logged and managed in accordance with the BBC’s complaints framework.

We recognise that abortion, and the basis on which it is available in Northern Ireland, is a complex and sensitive matter. A range of views exist about its appropriateness and effects – some of them strongly felt. Our role is to reflect the diversity of people’s views and experiences – describing and explaining the issues involved and providing a managed forum for debate. Fairness and due impartiality are fundamental considerations in everything that we do. Where divergent opinions exist, we are committed to exploring these in a robust way, taking account of all of the facts and the existence of alternative viewpoints. The BBC does not have a position on the abortion issue and we are satisfied that our presenter’s handling of this, and related, discussions on 09 October, 2013 and subsequently across succeeding days on BBC radio, was fair and balanced. These programmes included contributors with different views, experiences, backgrounds and expertise and were complemented by coverage on BBC News. Our television programme also included a cross-section of viewer reaction (via text and email) to what was being discussed, and reflecting every side of the argument.

We understand the strength of feeling about abortion in Northern Ireland and seek to deal with programming about this issue in ways which take careful account of the individual stories involved. In our view, the specifics of Sarah Ewart’s experience (she approached us with her story, as many other people do) raised some wider considerations, all of them in the public interest. The treatment of her story, and that of Laura, and the debate which their stories prompted were carefully considered by us, and within the context of the BBC’s Editorial Guidelines.

We very much welcome audience feedback on our work. Your concerns have been noted and shared with relevant editorial staff.

Yours sincerely

David Gordon

Editor, The Nolan Show – BBCNI

This entry was posted on October 29, 2013. 2 Comments

“Death Cafes” – Fatally flawed!

Believe it or not, “Death Cafes” are springing up (excuse the pun,) in many places throughout the world. These dark and dismal get-togethers are the brainchild of one Bernard Crettaz, a Sociologist and Anthropologist. His “mission” is to liberate death from what he calls “tyrannical secrecy.”

An article about one of these cafes in the Independent newspaper reports that, ” the attendees sit in a makeshift circle and the café door is locked.” The reporter quoted the words of one female attendee who works in a funeral home who said (about the death café,)

“It has helped me recognise that it isn’t a circle between life and death, it is more like a cosmic soup. The dead and living are sort of floating about together.”

Those words, “the dead and living are sort of floating about together,”  are deeply disturbing and occultish.

Indeed, in our view, these cafes are sinister and dangerous (psychologically and spiritually) and we would warn people to have nothing to do with these dangerous spiritual death traps.

It seems to us that the goal of death cafes is to trivialise death and to attempt to take away what the Bible calls “the sting of death.” We also fear that these death cafes could influence some vulnerable, impressionable, easily-led individuals to entertain suicidal thoughts or actually consider suicide. After all, if these death café enthusiasts believe that the “dead and living are sort of floating about together,” then what does it matter if one is living or dead?

The Bible clearly teaches that death is something to fear, and that is because of sin, and, because of sin there is death, and because of sin, there is Judgement to come after death. Here are some verses from the Bible which deal with the subject of sin and death,

“Forasmuch then as the children are partakers of flesh and blood, he (the Lord Jesus) also himself likewise took part of the same; that through death he might destroy him that had the power of death, that is, the devil;
” And deliver them who through fear of death were all their lifetime subject to bondage.”  Hebrews ch.2 verses 14 & 15

” For this corruptible must put on incorruption, and this mortal must put on immortality.
” So when this corruptible shall have put on incorruption, and this mortal shall have put on immortality, then shall be brought to pass the saying that is written, Death is swallowed up in victory.
” Oh death, where is thy sting? O grave, where is thy victory?
” The sting of death is sin; and the strength of sin is the law.
“But thanks be to God, which giveth us the victory through our Lord Jesus Christ.”    1st Corinthians ch.15 verses 53-57

” And as it is appointed unto men once to die, but after this the judgment:
” So Christ was once offered to bear the sins of many; and unto them that look for him shall he appear the second time without sin unto salvation.”   Hebrews  ch.9 verses 27 & 28

PS  Google The Independent newspaper for the following articles about “Death Cafes,”
” Never Say Die? Far from it in Paris death café.”  1st November, 2010
” The death café movement: Tea and mortality.” 28th August, 2012

 

 

 

This entry was posted on October 29, 2013. 1 Comment

One year on – Doomsday looms for Marie Stopes clinic

Last Saturday, we travelled to Belfast to engage in an Evangelical Christian witness/protest against the iniquitous, amoral abortion clinic Marie Stopes, as they were “celebrating” their first year in “business.”

There were three of us only but we did not lose heart because we remember the words of the Lord Jesus Christ who said, “For where two or three are gathered together in my name, there am I in the midst of them.”  (Matthew  ch.18 v.20)

The pro-life group Precious Life had their own protest outside the Marie Stopes clinic on the same day. They stood outside said establishment and had to endure a counter-protest from the wretched pro-aborts of Belfast Feminist Network (and other rent-a-mob types.)

We commend Precious Life for their tireless campaign to close the Stopes abortuary.

Our Evangelical Christian witness was, of necessity, separate and distinct from the Precious Life rally because we are Bible-believing Christians, and not Roman Catholics. So we positioned ourselves across the road from Stopes and displayed our Bible placards.

During our protest, we were harassed by three male feminists from the counter protest who crossed the road and stood near us with the sole purpose of hindering our witness. We gave them short shrift. They are, after all, nothing other than Feminism’s “useful idiots.”

 

This entry was posted on October 26, 2013. 9 Comments

Breakfast with (May) BLOOD is not recommended!

On Friday of this week, a Church of Ireland Cathedral (St. Macartins,)  in Enniskillen, County Fermanagh, is hosting a fund-raising breakfast at a well-known hotel on the outskirts of the town.

The event will be addressed by a member of the British House of Lords, Baroness May Blood.

We are not members of the Church of Ireland, so why our interest in this event?

It is not the event that is of interest to us, but rather, the choice of speaker.

Baroness May Blood is a Labour member of the House of Lords. She is also pro-abortion, and, although she will not be speaking about abortion at the fund-raising breakfast, her pro-abortion views and advocacy characterise her every bit as much as her other views, such as “Community Relations,” which apparently is the subject of her talk.

Therefore, we believe that the Dean of St.Macartin’s Cathedral was wrong to invite her, and that, even at this late stage, he should withdraw his invitation.
However, having spoken to the man via telephone, and informed him about May Blood’s pro-abortion views, he has no intention of withdrawing his invitation.

This woman has been lauded with various honours and, no doubt, she will be lavished with flatteries in Fermanagh on Friday. It is highly unlikely that any of the fawning people present will raise the troubling matter of her appalling advocacy of abortion rights for Northern Ireland, as they tuck into their Ulster fry!

In conclusion, here is a direct quote from May Blood about her views on abortion, in which she states that she knows abortion is wrong but would still give women in Northern Ireland the “right” to have one.

“I have a very deep Christian faith that teaches me that abortion is wrong but I’ve never been in a position where I’ve had to make that choice.
“If I give women in Newcastle upon Tyne the right to have an abortion then I should give it to Newcastle in County Down. It’s her choice.” end of quote  (see  “A Whistle and a Crow” blog,  article entitled, “There may be Blood.”  April 24th, 2012

Then click on the following link to see a video featuring May Blood (and other notorious pro-aborts such as Audrey Simpson, Dawn Purvis and Anna Lo,) as they (and others) sit around a table at a Family Planning Association (FPA,) meeting. Listen carefully to the words of Audrey Simpson, and May Blood’s response. She is the white-haired elderly woman, for those who do not know what she looks like.

PS   It is no surprise to us that May Blood is also a supporter of homosexual “rights.”

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Jews “twin” with the religion determined to annihilate them!

Next month, an annual event called “The Weekend of Twinning,” will take place in America, Canada, the UK and other places. This annual event is organised by the Foundation for Ethnic Understanding (FFEU.)

Their website states that the FFEU is ” a non-profit organisation dedicated to promoting racial harmony and strengthening inter-group relations.”

The “Weekend of Twinning” is based on Jews and Muslims forming partnerships and holding joint programmes together on the same weekend.

The FFEU has produced a glossy video entitled, “Standing up for the other,” showing their “twinning” in practice. View it at,   http://youtube.com/watch?v=vEHVannOkj8

Then click on the following link to read an article about the Islamic view of Jews, published in Europe News on December 2nd, 2009,
http://europenews.dk/en/node/29244

Need we say any more?!

Arlene Foster ignores murders of whites in South Africa

The e-mail below was sent to DUP Minister Arlene Foster BEFORE her recent Ministerial visit to South Africa.
We received NO response.
After she returned, we contacted her Office about her failure to respond. Two weeks ago, someone from her Office phoned us and informed us that we would receive a response from Mrs.Foster. We advised the caller that we would post a copy of the e-mail we sent to Mrs.Foster on our blog. The phone call ended with us fully expecting a response from Mrs.Foster, although any response from her AFTER her visit was going to be in the category of “too little, too late.”
We are still waiting for a response from Mrs.Foster.  However, we want our viewers/readers to know that we did what we could to highlight the dreadful situation in South Africa and that Arlene Foster obviously does not share our concern and has not even granted us the courtesy of a reply.
The e-mail below to Mrs. Foster was sent on Wednesday, 11th September at 16:51
Dear Mrs. Foster,
We understand that you are undertaking a Ministerial visit to South Africa next week. May we make a request? Will you seek opportunities to raise the matter of the near genocide against whites in that country, particularly the torture-murders of many white farm families.
Also, may we further request that you enquire as to the conditions in which two white men are being held in Grootvlei prison? We have posted about their case on our blog and we will provide links to our posts about the matters we are highlighting in this e-mail.
Earlier this year we contacted the British Foreign Office about the situation in South Africa, and we were not satisfied with their response (which you can read below.)
We are not members of any political party in Northern Ireland. We are Evangelical Christians and we do what we can via our own blog.
These are shocking facts, we’re sure you will agree, Mrs. Foster.
Our concern for the men mentioned in the above posts is for their welfare in prison.
Thank you,
                  from Susan-Anne and Francis White