|Plenty to lose...|
This followed their decision to stop sponsoring events by a cancer charity, and the remarks of one of their head honchos that Christians opposed to "homosexual marriage" [sic] were extremists.
As the commentator Francis Phillips explains, they will still back sodomite groups, they will still back the poof rally this year and (to my knowledge) they have not sacked their R&D boss who made the comments against Christians.
So at the very least all decent people should continue boycotting Tesco's during 2012 - and if you get the chance tell them why.
|Even more reasons to "send 'em back!"|
So whilst this is a great victory, and shows what can be done with some well concerted pressure by the majority against a shrill but bank-rolled minority of degenerates, we must not be complacent.
Keep up the pressure and keep up the boycott, at least during 2012, and be ready with the next campaign. The next business that thinks it can promote sodomites and undermine our values must feel the wrath of the "men of goodwill" via pushing our message out on friendly blogs, websites and all the usual social media channels (not to mention sending emails to the companies in question).
It's a battle won. But the war goes on.