My 2016 Election Manifesto

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Biblically correct
Politically correct

“How forcible are right words.”
Job ch.6 v.25

God’s Law is King  (Lex Rex)

Therefore I pledge to…

Abolish human abortion in NI

Close Marie Stopes abortion clinic

Oppose the extension of the 1967 Abortion Act to NI

Ban the morning after pill

Ban abortifacient contraceptives/devices

Make it an offence for doctors to give contraceptives to underage children

Remove State-sponsored amoral sex education from schools

Raise the age of consent for sexual intercourse to 18 and enforce the new law

Restore corporal punishment to schools

Uphold parental rights to discipline children, including the right to smack

Oppose the LGBT agenda

Recriminalise homosexuality

Ban “gay” pride parades

Stop the State funding of LGBT organisations

Oppose the redefinition of marriage and uphold Biblical man/woman marriage

Oppose “gender-neutral” toilets – no men in women’s lavatories

Make adultery illegal – impose fines and/or a prison sentence on offenders

Make/Keep prostitution a criminal offence – imprison prostitutes and those who commit fornication/adultery with them

Oppose Feminism

Restore dignity to the role of the stay-at-home mother

Restore the concept of a family wage with the father as the breadwinner

Encourage women who don’t need to work to leave the workforce freeing jobs for young people and the truly needy

Abolish the Equality Commission NI and the Human Rights Commission NI and give the money they receive to the NHS

Protect the NHS and increase funding by abolishing unnecessary and money-wasting NHS bureaucrats and quangos

Oppose the legalisation of dangerous drugs, including cannabis

Withdraw from the money-wasting and decadent European Union

Oppose the global warming fanatics and their pseudo-science

Imprison those found guilty of animal cruelty for at least 5 years (including those involved in dog fights)

Restore the death penalty for murder (including terrorist murders)

Oppose uncontrolled immigration – carefully screen all asylum-seekers/refugees

Oppose the Islamisation of British culture – no more mosques and no more mosque extensions

Outlaw Female Genital Mutilation (FGM) – long prison sentences for anyone who inflicts this torture on any female child or young woman

Ban halal slaughter

Install CCTV in all abattoirs

Manifesto ends

PS   For the information of our overseas readers,  in my Manifesto the initials NI stand for Northern Ireland and NHS stands for National Health Service.
My Manifesto was published in a NI newspaper (Belfast Newsletter) on Thursday of this past week (21st April, the Queen’s Birthday and my birthday also) but the paper made some errors in their copying. They spelt the word “redefinition” incorrectly and left out several words here and there. They should not have made any mistakes but thankfully their mistakes did not alter the meaning and sense of my policies in any way.

Click on the following links to read two separate articles about me and my 2016 election campaign.

‘Biblically correct’ candidate enters the election race

8 thoughts on “My 2016 Election Manifesto

  1. Good for you Mrs White. It is simple when the Bible is read and applied. It is only complicated when we try to avoid the Lordship of Christ in our Nation’s laws (and in our lives personally). Praise God for standing up for Truth.

    • The woman is one of those typical ‘christian’ hypocrites who oppose abortion but support state sanctioned death penalty. She ‘cares’ that the unborn are born so that parents and teachers can abuse them by hitting them later on. Dont hurt them in the womb but lay into them once they’re out eh Susie?

      She provides us with a good laugh if nothing else.

  2. The words biggoted and judgemental come to mind when reading this.

    I wonder of the author is seeking office in order to serve the people or to impose their own draconian shiria-esq rules.

  3. Ms White – SO glad you’re using the biblical platform to run for office! Just a couple of small things that you could clarify, if you please:

    1) The bible clearly mandates slavery (as long as we treat them well – as in, not beating them so badly that they die immediately). How many slaves do you think is appropriate for each household to have?
    2) The bible also clearly is not against polygamy – indeed, it seems to have been all the rage back in the old testament. Again – how many wives do you deem appropriate for each man? And will you also be making this part of your platform (sure to get you LOTS of votes!)?
    3) Disobedient children – will you allocate a section of each town square where they are to be stoned to death? And will it be mandatory for the *entire* community to take part in the stoning – or only the immediate family?
    4) Rapists – how many pieces of silver must they pay to their victims father before forcing her to marry him (taking into account inflation during the last 2000 years)?

    I’d *LOVE* to hear your opinion on these important matters!

    Philip Bannor

  4. Mr and Mrs White, regarding Philip Bannor’s Post I too would love to read and understand your views on it? After all these are all lines from the Bible which you claim to believe to be the Word of God, so surely you believe that these events should be taking place today given that they are “Biblical”.. Could you post what they mean to you please?

    • I don’t think I answered Philip Bannor’s questions and that is regrettable. I’m not sure why you are referring to his comment now as he posted it several months ago and it is unlikely that he will read this response today. He raises the matters of slavery, polygamy, disobedient children and the penalty for rapists.
      Israel at the time of Moses was a theocratic State. God was their King/ruler and all the civil and criminal laws given to Moses applied and, in some cases (perhaps many) the penalties attached to the offences were carried out.
      We are not living in a theocracy today (although God is still King and ruler of all and those who refuse to bow the knee to Him today will one day be forced to do so)and some of the laws that applied to theocratic Israel were not carried over into the New Testament era and no longer apply today, such as the eating of shellfish etc which is constantly brought up today and is a real “red herring” if ever there was one.
      We do not feel able to answer the question about slavery because we don’t know enough about the subject and how it operated and was regulated in Bible times (Old and New Testament era) but some slaves (servants might be a better word) seemed happy with their lot because one said “I love my Master” so he was obviously well treated. We don’t understand the verses that speak of beating slaves and, on the face of it, that seems cruel indeed.
      The stoning of rebellious, disobedient children is difficult. Perhaps these were adults and not children. The punishment is harsh and severe but we don’t know what form their rebellion/disobedience took.
      Polygamy was indeed practiced by many men in the Old Testament and God did not punish them for it and we don’t know why. However at the beginning it was Adam only then God provided a helpmeet for him (a wife) and one wife only. In the New Testament, monogamy is clearly taught and commanded and there is no hint of polygamy. The cultish Mormon Church practiced polygamy for many years and then supposedly stopped the practice although breakaway Mormons have continued it. The Mormons believed that polygamy was necessary in order for men and women to become gods and goddesses! This was never the reason for polygamy in the Old Testament. Whatever the reasons were for men practicing polygamy in the Old Testament, becoming gods was not one of them.
      Rape is a terrible sin/crime and in the Old Testament, the rapist was to marry his victim if she was not betrothed to another and pay her father money and she was to be his wife for life. This was to protect the victim who otherwise might have been treated as an outcast. If his victim was betrothed to another man, the rapist would be executed. If he offended again, as a married man, he was an adulterer and would have been stoned to death.
      We will finish this reply with a quote from a famous preacher, Charles Haddon Spurgeon who said “Defend the Bible? I would as soon defend a lion! Unchain it and it will defend itself.” (paraphrase)

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