Category Archives: Righteousness

The Guardian & Julie Bindel lie about the Eleanor de Freitas false rape case yet again

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Yesterday, the Guardian newspaper published the latest in a seemingly never-ending series of dishonest and misleading articles concerning the Eleanor de Freitas case. The “journalist” responsible was none other than leading misandrist Julie Bindel, someone with a history of lying about the issue of women lying about rape.

The article was titled “Women who allege abuse face terrifying libel threats” and an obvious red flag right from the start is that comments are disabled, a sure sign that the paper doesn’t want readers to be able to debunk the nonsense published by the newspaper themselves. We’ll therefore do some of that here.

Bindel claims that:

“Eleanor had made an allegation of rape, which was discontinued by police. The accused then took out a private prosecution against her (later taken over by the CPS).”

Of course, what Bindel should have said here is that Eleanor de Freitas had allegedly made a

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GRA consultation

STOP PRESS!

GRA consultation – DEADLINE EXTENDED!

On 22/10/2018 10:12, Christian Voice wrote:

Subject: EMAIL your Trans consultation – DEADLINE EXTENDED

The Government Transgender consultation website has been so overwhelmed with responses they have extended the deadline to 12 noon today. And we can see that slipping out as well. So whatever time you receive this, as the advert says, just do it. 
Don’t bother with their website. Email your response.

ORIGINAL POST – MY RESPONSE TO THE CONSULTATION

The government’s consultation about the Gender Recognition Act closes on Friday this week at 23:00.  If you care (and you should), please don’t forget to contribute a response in time. Continue reading

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Police Scotland try to wriggle out of hate crime bust

I reported Police Scotland’s hate crime a week ago.

This post brings you up-to-date with the correspondence I’ve had with the police since reporting the hate crime.

The hate crime I reported was the display of this poster :-

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An SRA complaint against ME?

sra-logoI am neither a solicitor nor a barrister.  I have never been, or claimed to be, either.

This morning, I received notice of a complaint made against me to the Solicitors Regulation Authority (SRA). Continue reading

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Should Christians attend Pride marches?

Judas gospelIt is argued by some who identify as Christians, that true Christians should “apologise” to “LGBT people”, and march with them on their Pride marches, using this as an opportunity to share the gospel of Christ with them.  There appears to some biblical support for this position in the following passage from the Gospel according to St Judas. Continue reading

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Why I Wear Precious Feet

Jamie Franklin

I have started to wear a pair of precious feet on the lapel of the blazer I use most often. These feet are an exact representation of the feet of a ten week old child in the womb. I bought this pin from the Society for the Protection of Unborn Children. I have done a fair bit of thinking about the rights and wrongs of wearing a political symbol on my clothing (not something I would normally do), but I went ahead and attached this pin to my blazer anyway, and, to the extent that anyone would be interested in my views on this, I would like to provide a rationale as to why.

Put simply, I oppose the practice of abortion and its facilitation in ours and every culture that would so promote it.

I do not believe that children who are less than twenty-four weeks old are somehow…

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An eye for an eye and a cake for a cake

Why Tesco should resist pressure to discriminate against Asher’s bakery

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The old maxim, “an eye for an eye and a tooth for a tooth”, was intended to restrain the lust of the outraged for vengeance, in order to prevent an escalation of conflict. Continue reading

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