Tesco's head of research and development, Nick Lansley, has said that those Christians who oppose "gay marriage" (sic) are "evil."
Not wrong. Not misguided. Not mistaken. EVIL.
May I suggest that everyone who is opposed to "gay marriage" do not step foot inside Tesco's from now on!
We cannot allow people who are defending the sanctity of marriage to be abused in this way by a head honcho at Tesco's, who would no doubt be sacked if he said homosexuality was disordered and laws promoting "homosexual equality" were evil. As it was, he was not sacked for his perverted views against a majority of Christians, who are still a majority in the UK.
It is time for all of us to make a stand and this is something which everyone of us can do, and we can get our friends and relatives to do it too.
It's no big deal. Even if it's just pointing them towards some other supermarket. It is one single step, not perfect, but it might make a difference. Tell your friends and relatives. If you attend a church, spread the word there too, even ask for a small notice to be put on the noticeboard or in the newsletter.
It may not change the world, but we must empower those people who are sick of the onslaught against marriage, our Faith and our traditions so that we become an army of people who make the money men realise they cannot attack us with impunity.
Every time they speak out: we must be there. Every assault on our way of life: we must repel.
In this times when money is an even more precious commodity for families and businesses, let's hurt these callous scumbags where it hurts - in their tills.
Every family turned away from Tesco's is £80 - £150 pounds per week taken out of their grasp.
SPREAD THE WORD. Shop elsewhere. Get friends, relatives, work colleagues, members of your community to shop elsewhere.
Bring this up in conversations over the garden fence, at the water cooler. Publish it on your blog, in facebook, on twitter and wherever else you can spread the word to as many people as possible.
We will not be attacked. We will not be besmirched. Will will not face the calumnies of big businessmen and the pink mafia.
Will will defend marriage. And we will boycott Tesco's.
Thanks to Integrity and Action blog for passing on this story.
To quote their blog entry:
A study last month showed that only six places of worship out of more than 40,000 across the country want to host civil partnership ceremonies.
Give it a few years and this will be foisted on more and more churches! That is how the liberal sickness and moral cancer spreads. Unless we draw the line in the sand today.