Thursday, May 16, 2013

Nick Boles and Nadine Dorries - a tale of two electoral pacts

Ever since the 2010 General Election, the Conservative Party has been mulling over the possible long-term consequences of coalition, mainly in preparation for a forthcoming era of political indecision and hung parliaments. On the left is Nick Boles - privately-educated, PPE Oxford, son of a knight, moderniser, europhile, gay - who imagined an electoral pact with the Liberal Democrats. On the right is Nadine Dorries - comprehensive-educated, former nurse, daughter of a bus driver, traditionalist, eurosceptic, anti-gay-marriage - who has mooted a deal with Ukip.

Nick Boles wrote back in 2010:
If large numbers of Conservative and Liberal Democrat MPs feel that the harsh but necessary measures being implemented by the coalition are destroying their chances of being re-elected, they will begin to panic and look for opportunities to bolt.

That’s why I conclude my book with a call for an electoral pact. This autumn both David Cameron and Nick Clegg should ask their parties to approve a binding agreement to fight the 2015 general election as coalition partners.

...the pact would give parliamentary candidates in constituencies in seats held by a coalition party a free run against other parties... We would also agree on which coalition party should contest the most marginal seats of the opposition parties. If the voters do decide to embrace the alternative vote, the pact would require each of the coalition partners to urge their supporters to give their second preference vote to the candidate from the other coalition party.
And here's Nadine Dorries in this week's Spectator:
She has already mooted 2015 candidates with a joint Ukip/Tory endorsement. Now she reveals she will be seeking that arrangement for herself. ‘I will be having that kind of conversation with my association,’ she says. She’d need its permission to stand as a joint candidate - but she seems happy for herself and other Tory MPs to seek this before the leadership then follows.

She says she can appreciate the conflict felt by Tory voters who went for Ukip in the local elections. ‘There are members in my association who approached me recently who are confused,’ she said. ‘They have always been Conservative and will never change their allegiance but feel very much as though they have a huge amount of empathy with Ukip. I feel it would be a travesty if Ukip came in and took the seats off our councillors or indeed me when actually their policies and their beliefs are very much Ukip. Because what we have done, we have thrown clothes off and they have picked them up and put them on.’
Nick Boles was 'notably' not slapped down for his LibDem dalliance: indeed, he was rewarded with a job in Government. David Cameron made him a junior minister in the Department for Communities and Local Government.

Nadine Dorries has been swiftly slapped down for her proposed Ukip alliance. David Cameron said his party 'doesn't do pacts and deals'.



Blogger bluedog said...

An excellent post, Your Grace, and your communicant is certain that if Cameron were to read it he would not begin to understand your point.

There is little doubt that the next British General election will be won or lost by a completely forgotten and ignored demographic. Fiercely patriotic, unaffected, honest, good humoured, socially conservative, passionately ambitious for their children, sports mad and energetic, who are they? Step forward the old white working class. Trashed by their traditional champions at Labour, whose alliance with corporate Britain has seen the the OWWC relegated behind lower paid migrants, their suburbs over-run by third world aliens (thanks Tony Blair), their employers sold off to hedge-funds, but they still have a vote. And their votes are spilling towards UKIP. Cameron so lacks the common touch (unlike his fellow Old Etonian Prince Harry) he cannot begin to relate to the OWWC, a fatal weakness for the Conservatives. Lynton Crosby must be tearing his hair out.

It is no surprise that Cameron indulges Nick Boles and slaps down Nadine Dorries. Boles would be a star at a Notting Hill Mob dinner party; well connected, well-educated, almost certainly very funny, won't try to get his leg over SamCam, as most importantly, gay. Brownie points for cool. On the other hand, poor Nadine. Who does she know? Reality TV? How naff! She's obviously related to no-one, she was educated by the state, in where? Liverpool. Never been there, never want to go there, its run-down and simply ghastly - so Northern.

Well Dave, Nick Boles offers a daily double; electoral and genetic oblivion. The LibDims are an electoral millstone. Nadine on the other hand is probably in the wrong party, she should probably join UKIP outright, acting as a bell-wether for the great host of Conservative MPs who forsee electoral oblivion under Cameron in 2015.

16 May 2013 at 10:30  
Blogger Naomi King said...

Wherefore come out from among them Nadine, and be ye separate with UKIP, saith the Lord, and touch not the unclean thing, the defiled Tories ; and I will receive you and the electorate will be a Father unto you, and ye shall be my sons and daughters, saith the Lord Almighty.

In all things approving ourselves as the ministers of God, in much patience, in afflictions, in necessities, in distresses, In stripes, in imprisonments, in tumults, in labours, in watchings, in fastings; by pureness, by knowledge, by longsuffering, by kindness, by the Holy Ghost, by love unfeigned, by the word of truth, by the power of God, by the armour of righteousness on the right hand and on the left, by honour and dishonour, by evil report and good report: as deceivers, and yet true; as unknown, and yet well known; as dying, and, behold, we live; as chastened, and not killed; as sorrowful, yet alway rejoicing; as poor, yet making many rich; as having nothing, and yet possessing all things. Having therefore these promises, dearly beloved, let us cleanse ourselves from all filthiness of the flesh and spirit, perfecting holiness in the fear of God. Receive us; we have wronged no man, we have corrupted no man, we have defrauded no man.

Be ye not unequally yoked together with unbelievers: for what fellowship hath righteousness with unrighteousness? and what communion hath light with darkness? and what concord hath Christ with Belial? or what part hath he that believeth with an infidel? and what agreement hath the temple of God with idols? for ye are the temple of the living God; as God hath said, I will dwell in them, and walk in them; and I will be their God, and they shall be my people. Wherefore come out from among them, and be ye separate, saith the Lord, and touch not the unclean thing; and I will receive you and will be a Father unto you, and ye shall be my sons and daughters, saith the Lord Almighty.

16 May 2013 at 10:43  
Blogger English Pensioner said...

I'd rather Nadine as an MP than any of these Oxbridge educated PPE graduates. At least she's done real work for a living and has mixed with real people. Moreover she seems to have traditional Tory beliefs, and I much prefer an MP who has beliefs to one like Cameron who has Policies.

16 May 2013 at 10:51  
Blogger Peter D said...

When are these toe-rags in Parliament going to find the courage to show open rebellion over homosexual 'marriage'? An equally significant matter, if not more so, for the 'Conservative' Party and the stability of our nation. Better to go down with honour than in disgrace.

Cameron sees opposition to Europe threatening his position but homosexual 'marriage' does not threaten his position. Europe gets his attention, not sexual corruption. Why?

The Conservatives have betrayed Britain; prostituted themselves 'inclusivity' and 'equality'. They can go to electoral hell, so far as I'm concerned, and may individually go to eternal Hell if they do not resist this evil.

I will never vote Conservative again if they continue imposing this harmful immorality on us.

16 May 2013 at 11:06  
Blogger Peter D said...

"David Cameron said his party 'doesn't do pacts and deals'."

Except one .... a Faustian pact.

16 May 2013 at 11:09  
Blogger Nick said...

The "toe-rags" don't rebel because they haven't yet realised the enormity of their sin in supporting the immoral and obscene policy of SSM. Their inaction goes beyond party loyalty. Many of them are still hold onto the delusion they are serving both party and country by allowing the homosexuals to re-write Christian tradition and culture with their vile hedonism.

I wouldn't like to be in Cameron's shoes the day he meets his maker. Nobody should doubt that this man has made a grave mistake that goes beyond the ballot box. He is allowing the nation to be poisened by moral corruption.

16 May 2013 at 12:29  
Blogger Peter D said...


The profound mystery of reprobation.

God grants a number of people sufficient grace but not everyone irresistible grace.

Who can fathom His ways?

16 May 2013 at 13:01  
Blogger bwims said...

More proof, as if any were needed, what a lying weasel we have for a first minister (he doesn't deserve "prime")

16 May 2013 at 13:13  
Blogger Berserker said...

In the aftermath of the great UKIP vote recently, the media when interviewing Conservative voters constantly had the answer that Cameron was wasting time on the SSM Bill and they could not see the point of this. I don't think many citizens are that exercised by SSM but what they cannot understand is why the Government are making themselves deeply unpopular and loosing the votes of the Tory faithful over this somewhat minor matter. Immigration is what counts with them and that brings in the EU and yet the media keep telling us that the EU is not of paramount importance.

16 May 2013 at 14:32  
Blogger John Wrake said...

Who can doubt that the leadership being exercised in this country is morally corrupt. This corruption has spread throughout the nation as those with influence have turned away from the Faith which made the nation 'Great' Britain.
It is not just a political leader in a coalition government saying "I don't do deals"! It is not just a Local Authority and a Police Force which fail to properly investigate the abuse of vulnerable children over a period of years.
Why does a man found guilty of perverting the course of justice and properly sentenced to 8 weeks imprisonment, obtain release from prison after serving only 2 weeks?
Is it because he is an ex-Cabinet member and a millionaire, or is it because the Prison Governor can't count, or is it because the Justice system is also corrupt and not fit for purpose?
It is the ordinary people of this country who face the task of cleaning out the stables. Until they do, corruption will continue to spread.

John Wrake

16 May 2013 at 16:11  
Blogger Office of Inspector General said...

One would be rather surprised if UKIP go for a pre election pact right now, even if one was available. They are attracting too much non Conservative support, and much of it brand new, to sully their credibility be aligning themselves firmly to the right. No, the time for pre election pacting is after the next election when the Conservatives have been humiliated and Cameron given the boot. Then, an honest (…don’t worry, Cameron will be gone by then…) appraisal of UKIPs chances in certain stronghold seats can be made. The Conservatives stand down in those seats, and UKIP reciprocates in Conservative marginals.

For politics, it would be quite a neat method of maximising the right wing vote in the country. It’s also the best option going. Meanwhile, it’s Labour running the country from 2015 possibly with what’s left of the Lib Dems involved. Keep an eye on the turnout percentage next time. This man forecasts a big drop in attendance – former Lib Dem supporters staying at home on election night. You might not get a cigarette paper between the 3 main parties now, but one has always suspected Lib Dem types don’t in the main vote for other main stream parties when disaffected as so many of them clearly are…

16 May 2013 at 18:39  
Blogger Office of Inspector General said...

Chaps, with Gay Privilege very much a political issue, it will come as no surprise to know that our pampered lot are the cosiest in Europe. Why, their plethora of ‘rights’ even extends to persecuting Christians in the courts. So, you’ll will no doubt be pleased that this is now confirmed on Pink News today, who have published a traffic lights map of Europe. And look, there’s the UK, in deepest green.

Now, here’s the sinister bit. Each country has been given a percentage mark. What do you think the UK comes out at ? 100%, 95%, 90% ? Oh no no, nothing as high as that. A mere 77%, sadly. Obviously, they still have another quarter the way to go before they achieve what they believe is ‘equality’ !

This man has an awful feeling that on 100%, quite a few of us will be up before the law, charged with hate crime for daring to criticise these types, what !

16 May 2013 at 18:40  
Blogger michael north said...

The Conservative party began to sink into the quagmire under Ted Heath, who printed vast amounts of money to keep the unions happy. Mrs Thatcher brought some reality to things, but the spirit of the age was too much, and we entered on the age of Blair, in which we still live,though under a different flag.

The Libs and Labs can generally reckon on sufficient youthful simpletons to do the legwork at election time.(These people kidded themselves that 1997 was 1945 all over again.) The Conservatives have to rely on grown-ups to go knocking on doors,and these are the people Cameron has alienated in droves.

In Bromley,Kent, a couple of years ago, I was approached by a middle-aged, middle-class, middle England woman, who spoke perfect sense and handed me some UKIP literature.

UKIP is the conservative party. I don't know what Cameron thinks he is leading, and I suspect he doesn't either.

16 May 2013 at 19:20  
Blogger Hannah Kavanagh said...

Hi Peter D,

I trust you weren't part of the foul abuse Mr Farage had to endure in Edinburgh today...

16 May 2013 at 21:30  
Blogger Peter D said...

Most certainly not, Hannah!

Mindless left-wing thugs. Rather ironic them calling him "Nazi scum" as Scotland is, in my opinion after 25 years here, one of the more racist and sectarian parts of the UK.

I'm sure Mr Farage didn't mind being barrickaded in a pub for a few hours though.

16 May 2013 at 21:37  
Blogger David Lindsay said...

Of course there are going to be joint candidates of the Conservative and another party in 2015, Nadine. But that other party is not UKIP. It has always been inconceivable that Conservative candidates could be put up against members of the present Government. Such Ministers comprise a very high proportion of Lib Dem MPs.

"We'd never stand for it, blah blah blah." Yes, you would. You know that you would. Everyone else knows that you would. You are the Tories. You do as you are told. That is what makes you the Tories. UKIP is turning out exactly the same way. Well, of course it is.

What's that, you say? Look at last night's "rebellion"? You can't rebel on a free vote. The fact that there was one indicated that Cameron did not take the potential "rebels" with the slightest seriousness. Nor will he ever do so. And they won't mind. They are the Tories. They do as they are told. That is what makes them the Tories.

Even the list of Labour's few, but ostensibly real, rebels is interesting as a cross-section of the Parliamentary Labour Party, such as does not simply present itself by accident. When that happens, as it also did over House of Lords abolition, then it has at least partly been organised by the Whips in order to send signals in various directions.

The travails of the Conservative Party are good fun to watch. But they have absolutely nothing to do with serious politics. As distinct from a few individual members, the Conservative Party itself now has absolutely nothing to do with serious politics.

Next up, James Wharton's Private Members' Bill, his desperate attempt to hold on to Stockton South, which he was in any case bound to lose for reasons of which he and his party seem sincerely to be oblivious.

16 May 2013 at 21:41  
Blogger Hannah Kavanagh said...

"The travails of the Conservative Party are good fun to watch. But they have absolutely nothing to do with serious politics."

Although they are, unlike labour, a part of the government of the UK until 2015. So for the next 2 years, what they do and do not do is surely important to anyone who studies politics or has an interest in the government of this country?

16 May 2013 at 22:34  
Blogger Hannah Kavanagh said...

Hi Peter,

An interesting observation. And I guess at least he had a chance of sampling a few malts whilst he was in lockdown in the pub...

16 May 2013 at 22:36  
Blogger David Lindsay said...

Hannah Kavanagh, only insofar as the antics of and under the Major Government were of interest. To that extent. But no more.

Uniquely, and as long as no one else in particular does any better, Labour only needs 30 per cent of the votes cast in order to win an overall majority.

That was very nearly obtained in, for heaven's sake, the English county council elections.

With Scotland, Wales and urban England in the mix, there is simply no doubt at all that it will come to pass.

16 May 2013 at 22:54  
Blogger Naomi King said...

Four Conservative councillors in Merton threaten to defect to UKIP

The Evening Standard reports that four Conservative councillors in Merton have resigned the whip and are considering joining UKIP. They are Cllr Richard Hilton, Cllr Suzanne Evans, Cllr Rod Scott and Cllr Linda Scott.

17 May 2013 at 06:47  
Blogger Naomi King said...

Europe releases 2013 European LGBT rights map.

Sadly the queers will come to experience real homophobic violence as opposed to imaginary hurts. This is all going to end in a terrible night of the long knives as it has whenever the queer spirit has been allowed to be given it's head. I think deep down many of them know this.

17 May 2013 at 07:19  
Blogger Naomi King said...

Corruption in high places in support of the homosexual agenda

The story that the American IRS leaked confidential info on National Organisation for Marriage's to it's political opponents and that Pres. Obama's co-chair then made use of the information, made the top of the Drudge Report, Politico, The Hill, FoxNews,, and many, many other top news outlets.

Rush Limbaugh also took notice. He said, "I don't quite know how to characterize it. This is Soviet-style banana republic stuff; it's a combo of Soviet-style statism, thuggism, and banana republic. The law doesn't matter — all that matters is advancing the homosexual so called "cause" and defeating the enemies of the "cause", no matter what you have to do. . . . Law says you can't share this confidential information, so we'll find a way to do it illegally then.

A piece published this week in the prestigious The Atlantic, coauthored by David Montez of GLAAD (a major gay advocacy organization), openly laid out the homosexuals goals for America, their vision a place where non homosexuals views never get heard.

"But even today, anti-LGBT activists, who continue to wrongfully state that gay people are unfit to be parents, have a platform in the media to spread their lies. We have a long way to go before groups like the National Organization for Marriage are no longer routinely invited to provide 'balance' on national cable news programs." He said.

17 May 2013 at 08:16  
Blogger Naomi King said...

This is serious my friends, democracy is at risk. Make no mistake what is happening in the US will be happening here.

Unless we stand shoulder-to-shoulder and fight back, the campaign to silence traditional points of view will move on to the next phase—silencing the people who hold these views and pushing them out of the public eye completely, into the shadows.

"The very core of our ordered society has been shaken by this political roughing-up of nonprofit organisations by the IRS" says NOM's Chairman, Dr. John C. Eastman. "As a constitutional law scholar I can tell you that no nonprofit organisation should ever have to experience this kind of retaliation."

Yesterday the news broke that the IRS demanded in writing, that a prolife group promise not to picket Planned Parenthood, in order to receive tax-exempt status.

For Prof. Anne Hendershott, the phone call to her home from the IRS came out of the blue in May 2010: "The IRS calls my house and says ... 'I just wanted to let you know that we're going to be auditing your business' and I said 'My businesses?' and he said, 'You know the expenses you take off for writing."

Prof. Hendershott is a sociologist and a fierce Catholic critic of what she calls "fake" Catholic, Soros-funded groups supporting pro-abortion Pres. Obama and Obamacare's mandates on Catholic groups. Prof. Hendershott made very little money publishing a few pieces a year for places ranging from the Wall Street Journal to the Catholic Advocate.

But the IRS demanded she come to New Haven, Connecticut without her husband, met with her, and grilled her about every check she had deposited, demanding to know irrelevant questions like what kind of groups the money came from, etc. The chilling effect of any abuse of the IRS' power, terrifying to millions of ordinary American taxpayers, is very real. The tactic worked: "I haven't written for them since the audit, because I was so scared," she said.

This is what tyranny feels like.

17 May 2013 at 08:32  
Blogger Naomi King said...

Washington, D.C. — The National Organization for Marriage today [14th May] announced they will file a lawsuit against the Internal Revenue Service seeking damages over the illegal theft of the organization's confidential tax return from 2008 and its subsequent leak to the Human Rights Campaign, NOM's principal political opponent.

"Not only has the IRS retaliated against conservative, small-government and tea party groups as they apply for recognition of tax exemption AND lied about it, but it has criminally released our confidential tax return including the identity of dozens of major donors to a political enemy," said Brian Brown, National Organisation for Marriage's president. "In addition to being our principal combatant in the war on traditional marriage, the HRC's president at the time was serving as a Co-Chair of President Obama's reelection campaign. This is a chilling set of circumstances that should ring alarm bells across the nation."

NOM has retained ActRight Legal Foundation to file the lawsuit in federal district court in the District of Columbia. Separately, the conservative public interest law firm will also file a lawsuit on behalf of another nonprofit, which was subjected to inappropriate political activity in the review of their nonprofit application.

17 May 2013 at 08:37  
Blogger Nick said...

This is indeed becoming like war, at leasr a sprirtual war. The supporters of traditional marriage feel increasingly besieged by the forces of political "correctness". I am a firm believer however, that God will not be mocked. Those who mock Him will suffer for it. AIDs is probably just part of it.

I remember a previous Chief Constable of Greater Manchester, John Anderton if I have remembered his name correctly, talking of homosexuals "drowning in a cesspool of the own making". He was of course villified for making the comment, but I believe what he said was probably true.

17 May 2013 at 12:35  
Blogger Naomi King said...

This is the difference between the politics of Nick Boles and Nadine Dorries.

On the subject of intimidation and corruption of public life one tiny thing we could all do is use the BBC complaints webpage to complain about the BBC news report about Prof Niall Ferguson,

It was absolutely wrong of the BBC to announce on the news that Prof Ferguson, a very distinguished academic and broadcaster, with an international
reputation, had insulted homosexuals by making a passing allusion to John Maynard Keynes.

Firstly, Keynes was a revolting perverted paedophile, It is not possible to insult such a person. The public has a right to know about Keynes' behaviour as it is part of history.

Secondly, none of the people complaining had actually been there when Prof Ferguson spoke and they were only going on what was alleged at second
or third hand about his remarks (informal ones). If Prof Ferguson wants to speculate about
connections between his theories and Keynes known sexual behaviour, that should NOT be regarded or reported as some sort of crime or misdemeanour.

Thirdly it is not newsworthy for a person to
make whatever remarks he likes about pedophile homosexuals. People have a right to their opinions on such things and that should be the end of the matter.

The BBC is biased towards homosexuals and is bullying everybody to censor the truth. Shame, yet again, on the BBC for putting out this smear against a very brilliant and leading academic.

17 May 2013 at 13:01  
Blogger DanJ0 said...

Nick: "I am a firm believer however, that God will not be mocked. Those who mock Him will suffer for it. AIDs is probably just part of it."

Your god created AIDS as a punishment? It's not the first time I've heard that suggested. Interesting.

"I remember a previous Chief Constable of Greater Manchester, John Anderton if I have remembered his name correctly, talking of homosexuals "drowning in a cesspool of the own making"."

No cesspools at this end so far. No STIs. No thunderbolts. No storms of fire. Just a pretty normal life like everyone else, really.

17 May 2013 at 16:55  
Blogger Office of Inspector General said...

DanJ0. Go against nature, and one does incur nature’s wrath, don’t you think ? No other animal injects themselves with drugs, or commits buggery. Perhaps the victims of AIDS really do live in a cesspool of their own making. If you don’t believe in God, believe in his daughter, nature. She is tangible.

The same argument can be used against Ethiopians who continue to live in drought areas. If they and their livestock don’t want to thirst or starve to death, just don’t live there. But one supposes the Ethiopian desert dwellers have the usual ‘rights’ to do as they please, come what may. Even if the rest of us have to put our hands in our pockets to bail them out, and shed a few tears for them, not that this man ever did...

17 May 2013 at 18:36  
Blogger DanJ0 said...

Coincidentally, the Guardian has an article about syphilis today:

"History doesn't recount who gave Cesare Borgia syphilis, but we do know when and where he got it. In the summer of 1497, he was a 22-year-old cardinal, sent as papal legate by his father, Pope Alexander VI, to crown the king of Naples and broker a royal marriage for his sister, Lucrezia."

It seems like this god doesn't like promiscuity of either homosexuals or heterosexuals. Mind you, Cesare Borgia probably deserved it if Machiavelli's description of him is true.

17 May 2013 at 19:35  
Blogger Naomi King said...

Columnist Brendan O'Neill, a left wing atheist, said this :

I have been doing or writing about political stuff for 20 years, since I was 18 years old, during which time I have got behind some pretty unpopular campaigns and kicked against some stifling consensuses. But I have never encountered an issue like gay marriage, an issue in which the space for dissent has shrunk so rapidly, and in which the consensus is not only stifling but choking. This is the only issue on which, for criticising it from a liberal, secular perspective, I’ve been booed during an after-dinner speech and received death threats (‘If you’re dead, you can’t talk shit about gay marriage’). It’s the only issue on which both hard right-wingers and the wettest leftists have told me to STFU. It’s the only issue on which even friends have said, ‘Stop writing about it. It isn’t worth it.’

17 May 2013 at 19:59  
Blogger Naomi King said...

This stuff is Satanic

17 May 2013 at 20:01  
Blogger Naomi King said...

THE SOCIAL CONSEQUENCES OF MORAL DEPRAVITY - Keynes’ homosexuality, aversion to human conception and marital fidelity, coupled with endorsing defeminisation of women via state intervention and the shattering of the family as a cohesive unit sound strangely like something out of the Communist Manifesto of 1848.

Keynes’ sexual partner, Lytton Strachey, indicated that their sexual attitudes could be infiltrated, “subtly, through literature, into the bloodstream of the people, and in such a way that they accepted it all quite naturally, if need be, without at first realizing what it was to which they were agreeing.” He further explained, privately, that, “he sought to write in a way that would contribute to an eventual change in our ethical and sexual mores—a change that couldn’t ‘be done in a minute,’ but would unobtrusively permeate the more flexible minds of young people.” This is a classic expression of the Fabian socialist method of seducing the mind. This was written in 1929 when it was already in practice for over forty years. It is no wonder we are reaping the whirlwind of student disorders where drug addiction and homosexuality rule the day.

Keynes and his fellow voluptuaries made numerous excursions to the resorts ringing the Mediterranean, where little boys were sold by their parents to bordellos catering to homosexual appetites.

Boys from the ages of seven up to twelve were subjected to sadistic carnal abuse. Since in almost every instance these children were sold into sexual slavery by desperately poor parents who were steeped in ignorance and superstition, it sheds an insight into the hypocrisy of Fabians like Keynes, who aimed propaganda shafts at private enterprise in England and America because it did not guarantee full employment. He and his fellow leftist reformers however, had no compunction in exploiting human degradation and misery in Tunis, Algeria, Morocco, Egypt and Constantinople (Istanbul). These served as convenient spawning grounds for the establishment of enclosed brothels filled with children, who were compelled to satisfy the unnatural lusts of high-born English socialists.

Keynes always ready to guide others freely advised his fellow debauchees to go to Tunis, “where ‘bed and boy’ were also not expensive.”


17 May 2013 at 20:58  
Blogger DanJ0 said...

It's like a Homophobia Bot, only worse.

17 May 2013 at 21:27  
Blogger Peter D said...

"It seems like this god doesn't like promiscuity of either homosexuals or heterosexuals."


God wills a certain way of life for us and we wander from it at our peril. However, unlike heterosexual promiscuity, homosexuality carries greater physical and psychological risks because it contradicts our fundamental nature.

18 May 2013 at 01:15  
Blogger DanJ0 said...

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18 May 2013 at 04:44  
Blogger DanJ0 said...

It's a pity god didn't make HIV specific to homosexuals to reflect the extra perversion there, and perhaps pass it through saliva so those damned lesbians who are less likely to have STIs than heterosexuals could be punished too.

18 May 2013 at 06:19  
Blogger Naomi King said...

GAL 4:29 But as then he that was born after the flesh persecuted him that was born after the Spirit, even so it is now.

18 May 2013 at 09:17  
Blogger Naomi King said...

Hammond breaks ranks. The Secretary of State for Defence has embarrassed David Cameron by speaking of a “real sense of anger” among voters over the redefinition of marriage.

Secretary of State for Defence, Philip Hammond, has warned of the danger of redefining marriage.
Speaking on BBC’s Question Time, he said there was no great demand in the country for change and criticised the amount of parliamentary time devoted to the issue. “I have just never felt that this is what we should be focusing on,” he told the audience.
“This change does redefine marriage. For millions of people who are married, the meaning of marriage changes.

“There is a real sense of anger among many people who are married that any government thinks it can change the definition of an institution like marriage.
“There was no huge demand for this and we didn’t need to spend a lot of parliamentary time and upset vast numbers of people to do it,” he added.
The comments from such a senior cabinet colleague will embarrass David Cameron, and encourage Parliamentary opposition to the measure.

The Third Reading of the Marriage (Same Sex Couples) Bill will take place in the House of Commons on Monday 20th and Tuesday 21st May.
Christian Concern are holding a ‘prayer gathering’ outside Parliament on both days at 12-2pm and 5-7pm. Please support them if you can.

18 May 2013 at 10:56  
Blogger Rambling Steve Appleseed said...

Nadine Dorries said of her constituents '....‘They have always been Conservative and will never change their allegiance...'

Thereby hangs a tale. Peter Hitchens has often wrung his hands over naturally conservative people who vote for the party which fraudulently bears that name although it despises them and kicks them in the teeth.

Yesterday our wretched Parliament voted for the profoundly anti Christian mockery of same sex so called marriage while our last remaining aircraft carrier steamed out of Portsmouth harbour to a Turkish breakers yard. This at a time when our freedom of the seas is menaced by Somali pirates and the Iranian navy.

It is probably too late to save this country but at least vote UKIP to wipe the grin off Dave's smarmy face.

21 May 2013 at 02:25  
Blogger Youthpasta said...

I would like to point out an inaccuracy in your information, YG. You say that Nadine Dorries is "anti-gay-marriage" but I am afraid this is not so. On the Daily Politics she herself declared that she was against gay marriage in church, but not against civil gay marriage.

22 May 2013 at 09:08  

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