The clip below is from a US television series called the West Wing and centres around a fictional US President. We do not watch TV and (with the exception of this clip) have never seen this programme. We were made aware of this clip when an individual, who obviously agrees with the sentiments contained therein, posted about it on his blog.
In the clip, the fictional President clearly demonstrates his hatred for the Bible, his venom being particularly directed at some Old Testament laws including the law forbidding homosexual activity. He mocks and ridicules and intimidates a woman who believes the Bible and, in doing so, he shows his ignorance and spiritual blindness.
He fails to realise that most of the Old Testament laws he cited were for the theocratic State of Israel and are no longer in force. However, the law prohibiting homosexual activity is still in force today and this can be seen by its inclusion in the New Testament. Some laws were not carried over into the New Testament era, with the notable exception of homosexual conduct. It is forbidden for all time.
Now watch and see the main character’s breathtaking arrogance and ignorance,
David McNarry is the leader of the United Kingdom Independence Party in Northern Ireland. The overall leader of UKIP is Nigel Farage.
David McNarry appeared on the Stephen Nolan TV show in Northern Ireland on Wednesday night of this week. The subject being debated was homosexual “marriage.”
UKIP as a Party are supposedly against homosexual “marriage” although their opposition to it has little or nothing to do with morality and everything to do with pragmatism and winning votes.
At one point during the discussion, Stephen Nolan asked David McNarry the following question, “Do you think that homosexuality is natural?
David McNarry replied with these telling words, “I do, yes.”
UKIP have a LGBT group within its ranks with the approval of the Party hierarchy and they marched with other homosexuals at this year’s London Pride parade. UKIP had a transsexual as a guest speaker at one of their recent conferences and he (dressed in women’s clothes) was given a warm welcome from UKIP members.
Keep all this in mind when UKIP say they are opposed to homosexual “marriage.”
Next Monday in Northern Ireland two political Parties, Sinn Fein in cahoots with the SDLP, will force yet another vote on homosexual “marriage” in the Northern Ireland Assembly at Stormont Belfast.
It is extremely unlikely that these liberal lefties will get their way because the DUP (the largest unionist Party) will play their trump card once again and table a “Petition of Concern” which has thwarted the four previous and dastardly attempts by the Left to force homosexual “marriage” on Northern Ireland.
Whilst we are glad that the DUP can stop the legalisation of homosexual “marriage” in NI by using this tactic, we suspect that they do so because they know that an election is looming and therefore they cannot risk permitting their MLA’s a free vote because some of them might just vote “yes” and then the DUP would be “punished” at the ballot box.
Their tactic appears to be a ploy because the DUP, as a Party, has become increasingly secular and liberal in recent years. In fact, in April this year, Peter Robinson, the DUP leader made it clear that his Party would now take no position on homosexuality, and this from a Party which once campaigned against homosexuality.
So it would appear that the DUP are unconcerned about homosexuality, despite their “Petition of Concern.”
In conclusion, a word to those who vote for the DUP at election time. Don’t be DUPed.
Last week I discovered that an online “newspaper” called Waterford Whispers had written a despicable slanderous article about me last April when I stood as an Independent candidate in the Westminster election.
Waterford Whispers may be a satirical or spoof or fake rag. Be that as it may. What matters to me is that they have written a vile hit piece about me. This (and worse) is what Christians can expect from an ungodly world that hates God.
We needed a break. We intend to keep posting until the PC brigade succeed in having our blog removed from the internet.
We may not post as often as in the past because our readership is decreasing in number. We thank those who continue to read our blog and we hope they find it worthwhile to visit.
I have been commenting on the blog of a former Pastor turned atheist called Bruce Gerencser for a few days. He also has a Facebook page and he posted my Manifesto on it. You will notice that he made three points about my Manifesto and, taken in order, they are as follows,
1. I am a “fundamentalist crazy”
2. I live in England
3.I’m running for political office
He is WRONG on all three!
1.I am not crazy
2.I do not live in England (I live in Northern Ireland)
3. I’m not running for political office as the election took place last May.
He also posts a comment from someone calling himself Marc Ewt who states that Northern Ireland is his home country and then proceeds to utter nonsense about NI (some of his assertions are hilarious.)
Ex-Pastor Bruce Gerencser is gullible enough to believe that every word Marc Ewt utters is the truth and tells him that reading his comment about the state of things in Northern Ireland helps put people like “White” in context. (Note how the former Pastor refers to me as “White” not “Mrs.White” and I don’t like it.) Read the ex-Pastor’s facebook comment below, followed by the comment by Marc Ewt, followed by the ex-Pastor’s response to ignoramus Ewt.
This woman, Susan Anne White, has been commenting on my blog the last couple of days. This is proof that they have fundamentalist crazies in England too. White is running for political office:
Commenter Marc Ewt responds with, “this is in Northern Ireland (my home country). Evangelical christianity has a huge influence on the north of Ireland, with the major political parties and first minister all being strictly evangelical. sadly we see a country which is held back decades behind the rest of the UK where abortion is illegal, where gay marriage is illegal, where gays are not allowed to donate blood and where sectarianism against catholics and non-evangelicals is not just rampant, but extremely violent” (end of quote)
Life and Times of Bruce GerencserThanks, Marc for sharing your on the ground experience and understanding. It helps us put people like White in context. (end of quotes from ex-Pastor’s facebook)
Now it is time for us (the Whites) to refute the (mostly) nonsense spewed out by ignoramus Marc Ewt.
1.The major political parties in Northern Ireland (Sinn Fein, DUP, UUP, SDLP and Alliance) are anything but “strictly evangelical.” It is hilarious to hear him describe them as such. The only Party that might once have been described as such (the DUP) is nothing of the kind today as it is secular and progressive and no longer takes an official Party line against homosexuality.
As for the First Minister of Northern Ireland (Peter Robinson, leader of the DUP) one could hardly call him “strictly Evangelical,” wavering as he is on the abortion issue and homosexuality, and his family could hardly be called “strictly Evangelical” as his wife committed adultery and one of his sons is living with a woman he is not married to and they have a child.
As for the other above-mentioned political Parties, by no stretch of the imagination could Marxist Sinn Fein, liberal UUP, Socialist SDLP and ultra liberal Alliance be described as “strictly Evangelical.”
Marc Ewt continues to lie and misrepresent Northern Ireland when he asserts that NI is a place “where sectarianism against Catholics and non-evangelicals is not just rampant, but extremely violent.”
What is this man talking about? The only violence (and threat of violence) is from the IRA and their mirror image the UVF etc. When they are not targeting their own (fellow terrorists) both organisations are threatening the law-abiding people in their respective communities and/or running prostitution and extortion rackets and/or (in the case of the IRA in particular, attempting to kill Police Officers.)
So, Mr. Ewt, who is engaging in this rampant, extremely violent sectarianism against Catholics and non-Evangelicals (and who are these “non-evangelicals?”)
The Police informed me yesterday that the individual(s) who complained about comments I made about homosexuals at a pre-election debate in the Strule Arts Centre in Omagh on 28th April this year has dropped the complaint, despite the fact that I made it clear (to the Police) that I stand over every word I uttered during that debate and would say it all again.
Consequently the Police will not be taking any further action in this matter.
I’m disappointed to some degree because I would have relished the opportunity to defend my comments in a court of law, thereby exposing the LGBT agenda for what it is i.e dangerous and destructive.
However I suspect that the LGBT lobby knew they had too much to lose by taking me on because they know that I do not back down, and I do not apologise for telling the truth (the truth needs no apology) and because I refuse to let them intimidate me.
I will conclude this post by repeating the comment that triggered the complaint against me.
Pay attention LGBT lobby.
“Studies have shown that homosexuals are 40 times more likely than the general populace to abuse children.”