Is the BBC trying to make any talk about gay issues socially unacceptable….as it has with immigration?
Talk about immigration and you are labelled a racist. That silenced debate for decades….and allowed Labour unopposed to swamp Britain with immigrants.
Talk critically of homosexuality and you’re probably gay yourself….and you don’t want people thinking that do you? So you won’t discuss it.
Or that might seem to be the latest ‘trick’ in the progressive BBC’s book….bang on about the place of gays in society and you’re merely hiding your own latent homosexuality.
An irony that isn’t it?…the BBC using the apparent ‘stigma’ of gayness to stop people talking about the issues around the subject. The BBC recognising that being gay isn’t looked upon as ‘normal’ in much of society and using the embarrassment of being labelled gay to silence anyone who talks of the issues…..presumably God and his followers are all gay then if we believe the various religions which tell us homosexuality is a sin?
The Today programme brought on Stonewall’s Ben Summerskill (08:47) to talk about this:
‘Cardinal O’Brien has been accused by many of hypocrisy in his stance against gay marriage. Dr Mike Davidson, from the Core Issues Trust and Ben Summerskill, Chief Executive of Stonewall discuss whether there is evidence of a connection between homophobia and suppressed same-sex desire.’
His opponent, Dr Mike Davidson…was announced as someone who thought gayness could be ‘cured’…so immediately he was placed in the realm of ‘loony’….and therefore not worth listening to or taking seriously….why not have someone less controversial to speak against Summerskill?
The whole premise of the programme was wrong anyway…..O’Brien was articulating the Church’s views, not necessarily his own on homosexuality, therefore it was not his own ‘homophobia’ that he was expressing…so he could be gay, should he want to be, without being called a hypocrit.