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Thursday, 20 January 2011

Baroness Warsi should broaden her vision!

 The following is the text of a letter that I have just sent to The (Glasgow) Herald newspaper.  It will, as always, be interesting to see if it is published!

"From what little I have heard and seen of Baroness Warsi, co-chair of the Conservative Party, I have concluded that she is an intelligent and charming person.  How unfortunate, then, that the noble Lady should have come out with the biassed statements, reported in the media, regarding alleged discrimination against the Muslim community in Britain.

Perhaps Baroness Warsi could direct me to the Muslim B&B owners who, like the Christian Mr and Mrs Bull - owners of the Chymorvah Private Hotel near Penzance - have been targetted by the homosexual lobby; prosecuted; and been found guilty of upholding moral values which the Baroness, as a devout Muslim, would surely have upheld herself!  She might also be willing to direct me to the Muslim counsellor who, like Lesley Pilkington, a Christian counsellor with over 20 years’ experience, is facing a Professional Conduct Panel, after an extraordinary targeting and betrayal by an undercover homosexual activist falsely pretending to be a Christian (or in that case, a Muslim) in need of help.  This particular situation, regarding Ms Pilkington, has apparently been compounded by alleged intimidation of a witness who was to speak on her behalf! 

These are just two instances on which I have posted, this week, on my blog.  I could go on to mention many more over the past year - many of them, by the way, involving the homosexual lobby!  While admittedly outwith the UK, and unlikely to be the topic of conversation around the dinner tables of Surbiton, I would be grateful for the noble Lady's opinion of the Islamist extremists in Somalia who, on January 7th, murdered a mother-of-four, in front of her community, after tapping her 'phone for proof that she had become a Christian. Would the Baroness be happy to be associated with such an atrocity since she has declared that the practice of describing Muslims as either “moderate” or “extremist” fosters prejudice against all Muslims.  Are not those Somali Muslims 'extremists'?  Is not the Baroness a 'moderate'?

Once again, it would seem that it is the indigenous (well, for many centuries!) Christian belief-system that is the only one that may be regularly and consistently attacked with apparent impunity.  Not that we disciples of Jesus should be surprised!  We are only seeing, in our generation, that which has already been foretold - see, e.g., Matt.24:4-14; Mark 13:9-13; Luke 21:12-19."

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