And this is why they shouldn’t be near the running of anything

There were so many levels on which that revolting creature in his purple checked suit should not have been dredged up out of oblivion to bung on his Scottish accent and inflict this on the world.

First and foremost, it was an offence against public order – a sex act performed on international TV in prime time. I’d expect to take him into custody for that – it’s probably worth a couple of years in choky minimum.

Did anyone see a normal deep snog between normal people? No, of course not – they keep that for their own home. They have some decency, which this person obviously lacks, along with his side of politics. The smugness with which he’d be celebrating his outrage later – didn’t we show the world – is equally as nauseating.

Which comes to the second point. There is a sizeable number in the world, Catholic countries in particular, for ordinary Muslims too, for the older population in our own country, for whom that was deeply offensive. Their right not to have to see something like that in what was supposed to be a world event of coming together and celebrating common points of agreement through a sporting event – all that was shoved aside, just as Cameron did in the House.

You people out there WILL see this, he insists, stamping his foot, you WILL get used to it and you WILL lump it. Because 6% of us want you to. And what’s more, we’ll go into schools and force 5 year olds to confront it. Why don’t other lobbies get to promote their political cause at an opening ceremony? Simple – this thing goes very high in the ruling class – they enabled this.

The third level at which this was all wrong was that last evening, there was a flood of negative comments, such as this post, about what he’d done. This morning, all the media are running eulogies, in three or four stories about the woeful ceremony and in that piece about the deviant sex act, there’s not one negative comment.

In the same place as last evening, now are only found positive comments about how funny it was and “what a lad”. Sorry but if you find that amusing and acceptable, than you’ve also been on the Kool Aid for quite some time.

In any international event, differences are always skipped over, made light of, not addressed. Nobody feels bad. Except with the gay mafia. Only they, of all lobbies, are allowed to impose their will on the rest of society.

In our society there are those, like me, nauseated by that spectacle, there are those who strongly believe it is wrong, there are people who are into it, there are people who think it’s oh so tolerant in a “modern” society that poohjabbing is a normal and alternative choice and then there are those in the middle who’ve not thought about it all that much.

They’ll fall into two camps – those incapable of seeing that my anger at this is justified … and those who do see it and are incensed that this lobby gets to impose its will on the rest of society at will, with the connivance of big money and support from above. Look at the current Westminster scandal.

There is a fourth level on which this was wrong. There is no other issue in society which has the same ability to split society. If you look at France – there were mass demonstrations for this deviance and there were more demonstrations than that across the whole country against it being foisted onto families.

It doesn’t matter a damn whether you’re for or against – the point is that this issue is used by the PTB to split and cause great distress, to have us, society, at each other’s throats. You watch the negativity to this post now and the PTB sit back and know they’re onto a winner – surefire way to split and confound a society.

That man should be in jail for what he did. If he loves homosexuality so much, there’s plenty of it in there.

And finally, to those who would say he has a perfect right to have sex that way, he does – but in private, not on international television in front of children and millions who were horrified in lands across the world.

10 comments for “And this is why they shouldn’t be near the running of anything

  1. Uncle Nick
    July 24, 2014 at 10:10 am

    I assume that there’s a link to something else which has gone astray in the formatting here, as I for one haven’t the slightest clue what this is about…

  2. Clive
    July 24, 2014 at 10:31 am

    …. Err …. whats this all about. ? Please when you write a blog like this can you at least provide a bit more information about who, what where and when ? Man in Purple suit doesnt convey much to me.

  3. Ed P
    July 24, 2014 at 11:01 am

    Like Uncle Nick, I did not see this display of “gay” rights, but I agree with your post: all this “in your face” behaviour by minorities is upsetting and not traditionally British.

    Democracy has become degraded so far that it now means “minority groups before the majority”.

  4. July 24, 2014 at 12:23 pm

    I go with Ed P here. The incident was at the Glasgow Games Opening Ceremony. Interesting that not many seem to have watched it.

  5. July 24, 2014 at 12:45 pm


    I did not view the Tartan Orgasm, as I had some paint which badly needed watching. I will also not be watching any of the sweaty struggles which are bound to be littered all over television, radio and news schedules, as the very thought of even more alleged athletes running, pushing and throwing things leaves me wishing that the Death Star was still possible.

    However, I agree with your comments about the homosexual exhibitionist; and I do so wish that we could return to the days when the Monarch could comment,’I don’t care what people do, as long as they don’t do it in the streets, and frighten the horses!’

  6. July 24, 2014 at 1:35 pm

    I feel I need to explain here. I did come out blasting because it was yet another in a long line of things in an ongoing war but I shouldn’t have assumed all would be au fait with that war.

    So what I’ve done is now written a piece for once and for all and shall just refer to the url from now on, whenever it comes up again. It’s not a theme at this blog by any means.

    It’s here:

    … and can also so be accessed at NO>Top navbar>James>About>gay issue

    That explains about my being molested as a boy, having gay friends today but being implacably opposed to the gay mafia.

  7. Woman on a Raft
    July 25, 2014 at 9:01 am

    There has been comment elsewhere. Just assume for a moment that there is a in Britain a public perception that two men kissing each other is not of great public concern, but it was still very rude indeed to claim to be welcoming people to Scotland whilst insulting their beliefs.

    I thought things took a turn for the better when the Scottish Ballet did a creditable job on the lovely re-setting of ‘500 Miles’. I would not have believed it possible to salvage that, but it just shows you how serious intention can re-interpret a distinctive cultural theme. However, it was quite…intimate…and there are Commonwealth countries where that overt heterosexual activity is also considered a public outrage.

    The real problem with Barrowman’s performance was that the sound was rubbish and they tried to fit too many words in. As a musical it failed due to inaudibility and incomprehensibility.

    Also, swizz, there was no girl-on-girl although that bit about being surrounded by thousands of giant teacakes probably brought a simultaneous smile to the pants of the chocoholics and breast-fixated.

  8. Furor Teutonicus
    July 25, 2014 at 9:05 am

    XX that revolting creature in his purple checked suit…The third level at which this was all wrong….That man should be in jail for what he did.XX

    What/Who the FUCK are you on……about?

    Does any of this make any sense to anyone else here?

    • July 25, 2014 at 11:34 am

      Glasgow Games, Barrowman, Furor. Already been said.

      • James Strong
        July 25, 2014 at 6:08 pm

        It should have been said at the start of your piece.
        Your lack of clarity has impeded you in getting your point across.

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