Is it the British National Party?
This is not as daft a question as it may at first sound. Read this article: - Tory and Labour at loggerheads over who is the more gay- friendly party and especially if you are a ‘gay’ person tell me that the whole thing does not make you sick?
I have just performed a googlemooch on the terms ‘gay labour’ and ‘gay conservative’. The links make me want to throw up on behalf of anyone else who may read them.
While the other parties, and I have left out the Lib Dims and the Groans but they are just as bad, try to attract the pink vote the British National party will continue to ignore it.
Ones sexuality is a personal matter and should
interest no-one else.
As for the claim that the British National Party is homophobic, bollocks! The next time I leaflet with gay members and supporters will definitely not be the first. People who bring up homosexual, lesbian or transgender issues on the street have been initially surprised once I explain that our view on this issue is quite simply that, ‘it is your business, not ours’. It does not usually take long for them to see the sense in this position. The contrary position, which leaves political parties vying over who can be best friends with interest groups, is what leads to stomach churning articles such as the one linked to above.
The British National Party in no way wishes to discriminate against any members of society.
The bit that sometimes winds people up is that we would not allow the promotion in schools of alternative sexual lifestyles of whatever type. This does not mean that we would bring in new laws banning, limiting or discriminating against anyone. That would be barbaric.
The basis of a nation is the traditional family unit. This is not a trendy position and certainly holds no sway with the Church of England any more but it is true all the same.
I am only a very minor politician but I promise you that if it comes out in conversation that you are ‘gay’ I will not be seeking a photo opportunity so that I can effectively fly you like a flag.