The Church of England – now beyond doubt heretical!

The Church of England has this week released its Living in Love and Faith resources, addressing the issues of identity, sexuality, relationships and marriage and how they all fit within the bigger picture of the gospel.

The Wilberforce Academy’s Ben John reacts to the official Living in Love and Faith trailer, questioning where all of this might lead the Church of England.

This is not just a few liberal churches within the Church of England, this is from the very top. The Archbishop of Canterbury, Archbishop Justin Welby, is standing right with this and is promoting the acceptance of biblical abhorrent relationships. Along with him is The Archbishop of York, Stephen Cottrell. The Archbishop of York is a senior bishop in the Church of England, and second only to the archbishop of Canterbury. The head and the… as it where deputy head of the Church of England are standing in support of this project. A project that appears to be not only condoning wrong ideas about marriage and sex but designed to move the thinking of the people in the pew toward accepting these lifestyles.

Now the Church of England is not the same as the church in England. But it is representative of the majority of ‘churchgoers’ and has a presence in almost every city, town and village in the land.

UK Government – LGBT Action Plan 2018 – part four.

In part one of this look into the British Government’s LGBT Action Plan 2018- Improving the lives of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender people, we looked at the introduction. Part two looks at the Executive summary, part three looked at the funding. Let us move on now to the section on Health.


Most of my comments here are trivial. LGBT people are to be privileged above ordinary heterosexuals and we are to fund this and their life choices. But there is not really that much in this section to talk about. I have made a few comments, some of them a bit tongue in cheek.

Your sexual orientation or gender identity can have a significant impact on your physical, mental and sexual health and wellbeing. Existing evidence shows that health outcomes are generally worse for LGBT people than the rest of the population, and that LGBT people feel that their specific needs are not taken into account in their care.

If you or I suggested that the “LGBT lifestyle” was less healthy we would be committing a “hate crime”

There are of course consequences of say, male sodomy, that is a real health problem, but you can not really blame that on the rest of us not being caring enough.

It appears to be, though “it’s contrary to all reason… that Lesbians have significantly higher pregnancy rates than their heterosexual peers.” “gay males… are substantially more likely to impregnate their sexual partners than are heterosexual males.

OK, so the world has just gone mad. No wonder the LGBT community needs more sexual health support, they appear not to even know what a lesbian or a homosexual man is.

Our survey showed that large numbers of respondents had difficulty accessing healthcare services and especially gender identity clinics. It also showed many respondents had experienced inappropriate questioning and curiosity from healthcare staff, and that some respondents feel their specific needs were ignored or not taken into account when accessing healthcare.

Many people have difficulty getting the health care that they would like. People on dialysis, or who need a bone marrow transplant to name a few. Some cannot get an NHS dentist. I think we need to look at what the NHS was set up to do… especially in this 70th year of the NHS.

In my opinion, the NHS was never intended to provide sex-change operations or anything like this. It was to provide a basic standard of emergency health care if you broke a leg or got meningitis. Not Paracetamol for a headache or cough mixture or breast enlargements. There was a call in government this week for the government to provide or subsidise women’s sanitary products. Were will the, “let the government provide”. cry end. I need razors, my dad could use a hair transplant, my wife says that she was born, ‘to poor,’ and would the government make her rich.

The NHS is for the healthcare that everyone needs and that you cannot easily provide yourself.

Some of the most important findings include: at least 16% of survey respondents who accessed or tried to access public health services had a negative experience because of their sexual orientation, and at least 38% had a negative experience because of their gender identity.

We can not make doctors or nurses etc into automatons who have no reaction to, out of the ordinary presentations. Do we really expect that if a hairy bearded man truns up to a woman health clinick that there will be no reactions? Yes, I do no that I am exagerating, that is called hyperbably.

no matter how you dress it up, a man talking about himself as a woman is not… normal. I think I can get away with the word normal as there are less than 50% of trans… (whatever they are… I suppose I should call him a Trans Woman), in society.

When we wanted our third baby, my wife was told that her womb would explode. and the birth after she had a cesarian she was told that she COULD NOT have a normal birth. Both wrong, but we have not gone to the government seeking that charities be funded to support people who have more than two children. We laughed it off as a silly doctorl.

fifty one percent of survey respondents who accessed or tried to access mental health services said they had to wait too long, 27% were worried, anxious or embarrassed about going and 16% said their GP was not supportive.

Have no straight people been embarrassed to access mental health services?

We have not had inoculations for the youngest of our children. Our GP was not supportive of that either. Can I have a government-funded charity to support us?

eighty percent of trans respondents who accessed or tried to access gender identity clinics said it was not easy, with long waiting times the most common barrier

Lots of things in life are hard. Having a sex change probably should be hard.

We will ensure that LGBT people’s needs are at the heart of the National Health Service. We want LGBT people to easily access healthcare when they need it most, and feel comfortable disclosing their sexual orientation or gender identity so that they get the best possible care.

Hey, is this fare? Why is the LGBT community to be given preferential access to the NHS?

What the government will do

We will appoint a National Adviser to lead improvements to LGBT healthcare. The National Adviser will focus on reducing the heath inequalities that LGBT people face, and advise on ways to improve the care LGBT people receive when accessing the NHS and public health services. They will work across the NHS to ensure that the needs of LGBT people are considered throughout the health system.

Humm.. that sounds good, but it will not be. It will be preferential treatment and more money to the LGBT community and forced mind changing for all NHS workers.

The National Adviser will work to improve healthcare professionals’ awareness of LGBT issues so they can provide better patient care. The National Adviser will work with relevant statutory organisations and professional associations to embed LGBT issues into physical and mental health services.

Can anyone under 100yrs, not know about the LGBT community and its needs?

We will improve the way gender identity services work for transgender adults. In 2019, NHS England will decide on the future configuration of adult gender identity services in England, and will seek to establish a more modern care model that delivers high quality outcomes in which clinical capacity can be more flexibly deployed. The Government Equalities Office will produce advice about the Gender Recognition Act for GP surgeries and gender identity clinics.

The long and the short… you are going to pay for hormone treatments and sex-change operations.

We will improve our understanding of the impacts on children and adolescents of changing their gender. The Government Equalities Office will gather evidence on the issues faced by people assigned female at birth who transition in adolescence.

They will improve their understanding and gather evidence, but under conditions were considering the possibility that, someone might not want to be gay, might not want to transition, or if they have transitioned they may regret it, is not PC, or is unthinkable.

We will take action to improve mental healthcare for LGBT people. The Department of Health and Social Care and the Government Equalities Office will jointly develop a plan focussed on reducing suicides amongst the LGBT population. The Department of Health and Social Care will ensure LGBT people’s needs are addressed in the updated Suicide Prevention Strategy, and the new Health Education England suicide prevention competency framework will cover high-risk groups including LGBT people.

But we will not be allowed to ask if the reason gay people have such high suicide rates is that they know homosexuality is wrong. Suicide rates actually go up in line with a more tolerant a society is, so it does not appear to because of stigmatisations.

We will enhance fertility services for LGBT people. The Department for Health and Social Care will revise surrogacy legislation so single people (including LGBT individuals) can access legal parenthood after a surrogacy arrangement.

Lesbian and male gay relationships are by nature sterile… well they would be apart from the fact that “Lesbians have significantly higher pregnancy rates than their heterosexual peers.” “gay males… are substantially more likely to impregnate their sexual partners than are heterosexual males.

A male-male couple or female-female couple can not have children. But… hay, in this case, we will throughout the science and help them conceive.

I will not go into all the children do best with married mother and father here… it is all so well known.

We will ensure LGBT people’s needs are taken into account in health and social care regulation. The Care Quality Commission will continue to improve how it inspects the experience of LGBT people in adult social care and mental health in-patient wards, and we will begin to inspect all gender identity clinics on a risk basis. The Care Quality Commission will develop guidance for care quality inspectors on the healthcare pathway for people who are transitioning their gender, and embed LGBT equality issues into the methodology used by inspectors.

I just do not know where to begin with this one.

We will support improved monitoring of sexual orientation and gender identity in healthcare services to enable better patient care. The Government Equalities Office will develop best practice guidance for monitoring and make this openly available to the public sector, and the National Adviser will work to ensure healthcare professionals understand the benefits of asking patients about their sexual orientation and gender identity. The Care Quality Commission will look at how we can promote the NHS England voluntary sexual orientation monitoring standard for people using health and social care services.

Grandma will constantly be asked about her sexual orientation, whenever she goes to the hospital or clinic.

We will work to tackle body image pressures that LGBT young people face. The Government Equalities Office will consider the specific challenges faced by LGBT people as part of our broader work to build the evidence base on the causes and impacts of body dissatisfaction.

Only ugly women and bearded ladies will be allowed in adverts. Not quite, but we will move that way.

We will continue to review the blood donation deferral period for men who have sex with men. NHS Blood and Transplant will explore ways that a more personalised risk assessment can be introduced, to allow more people to donate blood without impacting on blood safety; currently there is very little data on effective ways of carrying out such risk assessments. The initial scoping, evidence gathering and testing may take up to two years to complete.

Why is there a deferral period for men who have sex with men? We are constantly being told that there is no difference between men and women so why would you have this period. Hay, men can even take part in women’s sports now, so there can not be a physical difference… Or is this just not actually true? Is it actually less healthy for a man to have sex with a man… no, it could not be. In Canada you can get in BIG truble if you suggest such a thing.

We are committed to tackling HIV transmission, AIDS and HIV-related deaths. As part of this, we are currently funding a 3 year trial with 10,000 people to determine how best to deliver ‘PrEP’. NHS England will consider the impact of increasing the PrEP trial further.

Again, you are to pay to fund the sexual lives of the immoral.

We will take action to improve the support for LGBT people with learning disabilities. The Department of Health and Social Care will review, collate and disseminate existing best practice guidance and advice regarding LGBT issues and learning disability; and will also ensure that training requirements for support staff and advocates who work with people with learning disabilities includes advice regarding LGBT people.

Far enough.

UK Government – LGBT Action Plan 2018 – part three.

In part one of this look into the British Government’s LGBT Action Plan 2018- Improving the lives of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender people, we looked at the introduction. Part two looks at the Executive summary. Let us move on now to the Funding of this plan.

Funding for the delivery of this plan

…We want the scale of the response to meet the scale of the challenge set out in the national LGBT survey results, and that means we need a coordinated approach across the public, private and voluntary sectors.

Humm. If you are a young family trying to buy your first home… No chance. Want to bring Sodom to the UK, how can we help you?

There is little help to support business startups that might help the UK become prosperous again, our Transport is a mess both on the roads and rails, Brexit… no planning, well not much until now. But if you are upset about being a boy or someone using the wrong pronoun… You need a coordinated approach. We will have to bring the public, private and voluntary sectors into action so you, FEEL ok.

LGBT organisations and charities were viewed as the most helpful when handling the most serious incidents experienced by respondents…

We, the British people will be made to fund organisations that are not only supportive of LGBT concerns but who are often militantly against those of us who are of a traditional view of marriage and sex.

We also want to… ensure the LGBT charities sector is put on a sustainable footing.

While you or I need to struggle to fund our ministries such as The Red Pill Report, or a church or missionary ministry… LGBT ministries are going to be given a sure and secure funding programme. And YOU will pay for it.

We also want to work with other kinds of organisations, like academic institutions, to ensure we have access to the best possible research and evidence.

Academic institutions like Bath Spa University who stop research into people who decide to reverse gender reassignment operations, because it could be “politically incorrect”.

We will fund ‘academic institutions’ to bring forward solutions to LGBT issues and to support the life choices of the LGBT community, who refuse to consider any possibility that there could be anything wrong with the LGBT lifestyle. Well actually even worse, even if they did believe that there was something wrong or could be something wrong they would refuse to look into it because it could be “politically incorrect”.

we will make available £4.5 million to deliver commitments in this action plan and other projects, through an ‘LGBT Implementation Fund’.

You must pay for and support the perversion of our society.

Some of this funding will be used to deliver projects within government. The remainder will be made available to public, private and voluntary sector organisations to deliver projects to support LGBT people.

Again, you will support anti-Christian organisations.

The Government Equalities Office will manage the funding, and decide how money is allocated to projects.

Government Equalities – is this the same people who take Christian bakers to court? Not sure. But I bet they will take churches, that support people wanting to leave the LGBT life, to court soon.

we intend to secure additional funding after March 2020.

This is to be long-term. These pro-LGBT organisations are now set for a long financially trouble-free run at remaking the British moral and social landscape.

we will also provide support to small LGBT charities and organisations looking to diversify their funding as part of this package. This will focus on improving the skills small organisations have to enable them to better support their users

Not only will you fund these anti-Christian charities and organisations, but you will fund improving their skills. Christian charities and organisations will have to fight for their funding and work on the whole from the few skills that us amateur have, but these organisations will be helped in almost every way to changes our society.

“… ye shall be as gods, knowing good and evil.” (Genesis 3:5)

You do not need to defer to the true God, you can decide what is right for yourself. Just make it up as you go along. Whatever you like, that must be good. Anything or anyone that stands against you will… they must be evil.

UK Government – LGBT Action Plan 2018 – part two.

In part one of this look into the British Government’s LGBT Action Plan 2018- Improving the lives of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender people, we looked at the introduction. Let us move on to the Executive summary.

Executive summary

In July 2017, the Government launched a national survey of LGBT people. The survey was open to anyone who identified as having a minority sexual orientation, gender identity or had variations in sex characteristics. It asked questions about people’s experiences of living in the UK and in accessing public services. They asked questions about education, healthcare, personal safety and employment.

The survey received more than 108,000 responses, making it the largest national survey of its kind anywhere in the world.

This ‘LGBT Action Plan’ explains how we will advance the rights of LGBT people both at home and abroad, and improve the way that public services work for them. Our vision is for everyone, regardless of their sexual orientation, gender identity or sex characteristics, to be able to live safe, happy and healthy lives where they can be themselves without fear of discrimination.

This makes no provision for people who wish to live their lives or who wish their children to be able to live their lives in a traditionally Christian culture. Christians and those who believe in traditional sexual morality will have to submit to the push to move our society towards Sodom and Gomora. [I do trust that the use of the term Sodom and Gomora will not offend those who are from the LGBT community as… well they celebrate their sodomy with pride]. Traditional morality must fall, that immorality may flourish. This is our Governments policy. Theresa May, may say that this is a Christian country… but it is not.

We will establish an ‘LGBT Implementation Fund’ to deliver this action plan. The Government Equalities Office will allocate £4.5 million of funding, which will be available until the end of the Spending Review period in March 2020, and will seek additional funding in future years.

You the Christian must pay for this perversion of our society. Are we moving to the point where Christians will have to take a stand against the way our taxes are being spent?

This funding will be used to deliver the commitments in this plan, and enable public, private and voluntary sector organisations to deliver projects that respond to the findings from the survey.

Not only will you have to pay for the government to implement this plan, but many NGOs and the like who will be powerfully anti-christian will also be funded to fight against the Church and its values.

We will ensure that LGBT people’s needs are at the heart of the National Health Service. Our survey showed that LGBT people feel their specific needs go unaddressed when accessing healthcare. We will appoint a National Adviser to provide leadership on reducing the heath inequalities that LGBT people face, and we will seek to establish a more modern care model for adult gender identity services in England.

LGBT people who break a leg or who get the flu already have equal access to the NHS. I suspect what is going to be pushed for here is more NHS support for sex-change operations and the like. The NHS was not and should not be set up for this type of health support. It should be to provide general health care for general needs, broken legs and general illness.

There will, of course, need to be a great deal of extra need for STD treatment too.

We will act so that every child and young person feels safe in education, and can achieve their potential.

You can not make schools LGBT promoting and not harm children. Even today, we are hearing of children who go to bed at night frightened that they will wake up having changed their sex. It is possible that you might be able to overcome this with more education, but you can not do that, without bringing the whole subject of sex and sexuality to children who just do not need to have these subjects pushed on then at a young age. You will also have to undermine all, normal standards of sexual morality to make LGBT acceptable.

Our survey found that our education system is not preparing LGBT young people for later life, and that homophobic, biphobic and transphobic bullying is a problem we still need to tackle. We will continue to invest in programmes that tackle homophobic, biphobic and transphobic bullying in schools, and ensure that the new subjects of Relationships Education, and Relationships and Sex Education will support pupils, whatever their developing sexual orientation or gender identity.

Our schools are not preparing our children to get a job, let alone to manage to navigate morality. Now, I am not arguing in favour of bullying of any kind. But we will not make our young people happier or healthier buy making sexual immorality more acceptable. Nor by undermining basic fundamental scientific biology. By doing this, we will just make people less sure what is right and true and less secure who they are.

We will act so that LGBT people feel safe in their own homes and in their communities. Our survey shows that many LGBT people do not report hate incidents they experience and that the abhorrent practice of conversion therapy is still alive in our country. We will bring forward proposals to end the practice of conversion therapy in the UK, and take further action on hate crime as part of our upcoming refresh of the 2016 Hate Crime Action Plan.

Yes, we want everyone to feel safe at home, but bringing the idea of being safe at home and the “abhorrent practice of conversion therapy” into the same paragraph, is to use erroneous logic to support their argument. You set up the idea of safety at home, and use it to knock down the practice of conversion therapy.

Now, I suppose we need to distance ourselves from hurtful or hateful methods of trying to “change” someone form a homosexual to a heterosexual. However, we must stand up for the right of people, particularly Christians who may be suffering from same-sex attraction and who want help to manage or to overcome these feelings.

We will ensure transgender people are treated with dignity and respect. Our survey showed dissatisfaction with the gender recognition process. We will immediately consult on reforming the Gender Recognition Act 2004 and consider how best to make the gender recognition process less bureaucratic and intrusive.

We are looking at legalising the denial of basic science, basic biology. A man does not become a woman, just because he says that he feels like one. He does not even become a woman if he has every visible sign of his manhood removed and changed to look like a woman. Every cell of his body, still cries out that he is a man.

Making it that a man can become a woman just by saying he is one, pays no care for the feelings of men and women who wish to use changing rooms, toilets, or other services provided for, and by, people who are the sex they are biologically. Again, We must give up all rights for normal, traditional morality and biology to accommodate those who wish to deny these things.

We will improve our understanding of the issues faced by people who identify as non-binary and people who are intersex. Our survey gave us new insight into the experiences of these groups, but we have more to learn. We will launch separate Calls for Evidence on the issues faced by non-binary and intersex people.

What about the other 72 genders? Are we to accommodate all of these too? What about the woman who is married to the Eifel Tower, the grown man who claims to be a six-year-old girl. should we accommodate these people to?

We will trial innovative ways of tackling deep-seated prejudices in our communities. Our survey showed that many LGBT people are not comfortable with the simple act of holding their partner’s hand in front of others. We will work across the public, private and voluntary sectors to improve the representation of LGBT people in public life, championing role models and giving people the confidence to be themselves in public.

The BBC is already something like 4 times more LGBT than the general public. Will we see this corrected… NO WAY!

We will deliver the commitments set out in this document by the end of this Parliament. We will listen to the needs of LGBT people and the LGBT sector organisations that support them as we deliver this plan, and establish a new LGBT Advisory Panel to guide our work and hold us to account. We will also provide regular updates to Parliament on our progress.

But we will not listen to traditionalists because they are bigots.

Whilst this is a national action plan, it covers some policy areas that are devolved. It will have varying levels of effect across the four nations of the UK, owing to existing devolution arrangements.

Everyone in this country should feel safe and happy to be who they are, and to love who they love, without judgement or fear. All people, regardless of their gender identity or sexual orientation, should be supported to reach their full potential. This action plan sets out the ways in which the Government hopes to move closer to that goal.

Everyone? Everyone should feel safe and happy to be who they are? Paedophiles, bigamists, people practising incest? No matter what your sexual perversion, you are welcome here, without judgment or fear. “All people, regardless of their gender identity or sexual orientation, should be supported to reach their full potential.” God help us when the only standard is that everyone and everything must be acceptable.

“Howbeit in vain do they worship me, teaching for doctrines the commandments of men.” (Mark 7:7)

UK Government – LGBT Action Plan 2018 – part one.

This week the British Government issued its LGBT Action Plan 2018- Improving the lives of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender people.

I am not going to be able to give a full review, but let make a start… more to follow D.V.

Ministerial foreword.

From the Ministerial foreword by Rt. Hon. Penny Mordaunt Minister for Women and Equalities, [I might want to question the “Right Honourable” bit. I guess it comes from a time when members of parliament were supposed to be men of hounour.]

“One statistic alone speaks volumes. Two-thirds of respondents said they had avoided holding their same-sex partner’s hand in public for fear of a negative reaction. Holding hands with someone you love should be one of the simplest things in the world; not a source of fear or hesitation.”

There are a number of things that we could draw from this.

Dispight all their “Pride,” they know that what they are doing is both unacceptable and wrong. Or at least they know that our society still does not accept it as right. They might want it to be right and wish that everyone would accept it… in fact, I suspect that it is more than acceptance, that they want. They want positive affirmation. But to date, they do not have that universally.

Some of the key actions include:

. appointing a national LGBT health adviser to provide leadership on reducing the health inequalities that LGBT people face

. extending the anti-homophobic, biphobic and transphobic bullying programme in schools
bringing forward proposals to end the practice of conversion therapy in the UK

. taking further action on LGBT hate crime – improving the recording and reporting of, and police response to, hate crime

Hmmm… what health inequalities? Is the NHS not available to LGBT people? I suspect that again what they want os not equality of opportunity, but of outcome… or even preferential treatment.

If you engage in hazardous sexual practices, why should those who do not engage in risky sexual practice take a lower place?

“End the practice of conversion therapy,” it is not freedom, or choice, that the LGBT community wants, but the forced acceptance of their life choices. If you have same-sex attractions that you do not want, you can not choose to seek help. that will become illegal. If you have same-sex attraction, you MUST embrace it and celebrate it. You CANNOT move away from it.

Schools, magazines, TV can promote the LGBT lifestyle, but you can not help those who do not want to embrace it, to overcome or resist that temptation.

We may even find that churches will fall foul of this plane. We may find that the preaching of the gospel, let alone the offer of counselling for sexual holiness will become illegal.

The Left has been unsuccessful in silencing of shutting down the preaching of the Gospel under hate crime law. Now they will put another tool in their toolbox to try to shut up the church.

Ho, and they will strengthen the attack on the church through that hate crime method too, “taking further action on LGBT hate crime – improving the recording and reporting of, and police response to, hate crime.”

There is a wholesale rejection of the morals and standards of God and the Bible and a powerful movement to STAMP “man is God” over our nations and its morals.

“Howbeit in vain do they worship me, teaching for doctrines the commandments of men.” (Mark 7:7)

Canadian Police issue state-wide arrest warrant for Christian accused of LGBT ‘hate’ crimes

According to Christianity Today, Toronto police have issued a Canada-wide warrant for a Christian who handed out flyers at the 2016 Toronto Pride Parade warning of the spiritual and biological dangers of sodomy.

Bill Whatcott announced on the Free North America portal he intends to turn himself into the Calgary police on Friday, June 22 at 10:00 a.m.

Toronto 51 Division is charging Whatcott with ‘inciting hatred under Section 391 of Canada’s Criminal Code.’

My Crime.

Whatcott says, “The ‘crime’? My ministry bringing the Gospel and the truth about homosexuality to Toronto’s homosexual pride parade in 2016.”

Constable Caroline de Kloet, media relations officer for Toronto Police Service, said the charges arose from a two-year investigation into a complaint the police received in 2016, but that police don’t give out “victim information.”

Two-page pamphlet.

Whatcott handed out a two-page pamphlet featured graphic images of anal warts, a mottled corpse described as an “AIDS fatality,” and one of “genital warts in the mouth,” beside a headshot of Prime Minister Justin Trudeau.

It excoriated the “homosexual activism” of Trudeau, former Liberal defence minister Bill Graham, and now-outgoing Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne, and blasted Wynne’s sex-ed curriculum and its connection to the former deputy minister of education Ben Levin, convicted in 2015 of three child pornography charges.

“Canada has embarked on a destructive journey toward sexual anarchy and homosexual inspired oppression,” the pamphlet declared.

“The clear evidence contained in this package shows Canada’s new sexual ethic is contrary to natural law and no good will come of it.”

[In my mind, Christians who are as aggressive as Whatcott, do not help the case for the Gospel and can risk bringing the church into greater persecution. However, what he says is true and most of the church is guilty of saying WAY too little about this matter. ]

$104 million class action

A month after 2016 Toronto Pride Parade, activist lawyer Douglas Elliott launched a $104 million class action suit against Whatcott and the five unnamed “zombies,” and anyone who aided and abetted them.

“We are going to go after everyone who helped him,” Elliott said at a press conference. “Every person, every church, every non-profit organization, everyone who helped this wicked man promote his hatred is going to be held accountable.”

That was echoed by the suit’s two named plaintiffs — former Liberal MPP and openly homosexual George Smitherman, and homosexual bar owner Christopher Hudspeth.

Hudspeth said the lawsuit would “smoke out” all those who helped Whatcott, and Smitherman said he was “pleased” to “do all we can to stamp this hateful individual out.”

The lawsuit claimed Whatcott’s actions defamed and caused pain to some 9,000 recipients of the leaflets, 500,000 estimated watchers of the parade, and a subclass of individuals publicly identified as Liberals.

Justice Paul Perell ruled in March 2017 that Elliott could not claim defamation of an entire group, such as the Pride Parade participants or the “LGTBTQ2SI Community,” but only of individuals.

But he also issued an order that Whatcott discloses the names his fellow half “gay zombies” as well as those of “unidentified financial backers” who funded the group’s expenses.

The judge ruled knowing these identities was necessary for the homosexual advocates if they decide to go ahead with further legal action.

Canadians should be alarmed at the state’s prosecution of Whatcott for “distributing gospel pamphlets,” says Calgary-based Pastor Art Pawlowski, founder of Street Church, and a friend of Whatcott.

“We’re turning Canada into a Nazi state, into a communist state, where if you voice your politically incorrect views, you will be attacked by the forces of the government,” said Pawlowski.

My thoughts.

[I am put in mind of Matthew 10:16 which says “Behold, I send you forth as sheep in the midst of wolves: be ye therefore wise as serpents, and harmless as doves.” We should be the sheep, not the wolves, and we should be wise and harmless. Above reproach. Or 2 Corinthians 6:3 which says “Giving no offence in any thing, that the ministry be not blamed.” I can not help but wonder if Whatcott is giving unnecessary offence, and thereby hindering the ministry.

Having said that, I am reminded of the lady who said to Billy Graham, “I do not like the way you share the Gospel,” when asked how she shared the gospel she admitted that she did not share the gospel. Mr Graham replied something like, I prefer the way I do evangelism, to the way you don’t.

I can not really complain about Whatcott actions, while I am not at any pride marches reaching out with the Gospel.]

The Christian Institute is holding meetings in Bridport and Salisbury.

The Christian Institute is holding meetings in Bridport and Salisbury.

The meetings will aim to encourage Christians to be confident and effective in taking a stand as salt and light in our nation. Myself and Communications Officer Pádraig O’ Halloran will talk about concerns facing Christians today, such as:


Wednesday 4 July, at 7:30pm – 8:45pm

Chardsmead Baptist Church
Victoria Grove, Bridport, Dorset,
DT6 3AD – View map

Contact: Mr Peter Bruce 01308 458478


Thursday 5 July, at 8:00pm – 9:15pm

Bishopdown Evangelical Church
Bishopdown Road, Salisbury,
SP1 3DU – View map

Contact: Gavin Walker 07842 241612


The Bible teaches that parents should have primary responsibility for raising their children. But the state has a growing tendency to overreach its proper role and undermine parental authority. We will bring you up to date.

Gospel Freedom

Free speech and religious liberty are under threat because of a failure to understand true tolerance and the roots of our historic democratic freedoms. The impact of equality law is just one example. We will explain more.

Gender Ideology

Radical gender ideology is being pushed by the media and the Government plans to make it easier to change legal sex. At the same time, transgenderism is being promoted in schools. We will consider how Christians should respond.
For all the details about these meetings please see our leaflet.