In his book ‘Rules for Radicals’, Saul Alinsky said the establishment’s over-reaction to what we do has an impact greater than our initial action.
We are the radicals now and we just illustrated that principle.
My provocative tweets at Twitter.com/UKCV about Caster Semenya and especially about Tom Daley’s flop in the diving have led to 20,000 hits on our website, agitation from homosexuals, some of whom have tried to sign us up to gay websites, and to this ministry being noticed by the modern great and good.
To be honest, Daley has made so much of his sodomistic relationship with Dustin Lance Black that he cannot escape being, as the latter might put it, ‘called out’ about it.
Apparently, Daley ‘can’t wait to start a family’ with Black, whom he describes emetically as his ‘fiancé’. Oh, please. Someone tell Tom that to ‘start a family’ without surgical intervention you need sexual intercourse, and two men can’t do that.
They will have to get a girl involved somehow and the resulting child will be that of one or the other, not both of them. And how selfish is it of Daley to deprive a child of its mother?
DALEY WAS GOING FOR GOLD
Tom Daley was one of Team GB’s great gold medal hopes, having achieved bronze in London 2012.
Just days before the Rio Olympics started, Daley said: ‘I’m going into this Olympic Games for a gold medal.’
Well, he achieved a bronze with Dan Goodfellow in the men’s synchronised 10m platform. Astonishingly, as Felicity Morse noted in iNews, newspaper coverage of the medal was all about Daley.
‘A quick glance at the front pages on Tuesday and you’d be forgiven for thinking Tom Daley took home a bronze medal for Team GB all on his own,’ she wrote.
GOODFELLOW OUT OF THE PICTURE
His diving partner was even left out of the picture completely in the Daily Telegraph. Goodfellow’s mother, Sharon, (@goodfellowshar1) tweeted to Nick Sutton, editor of the BBC News Website: ‘Aug 8 @suttonnick I am very surprised by this photo. Is it for real? I am Dan’s mum.’
The Daily Mail did the same: ‘Tom’s leap to Olympic joy’, they wrote, ignoring Goodfellow completely. It was as if Daley had done it all on his own.
When it came to doing it on his own for real in the individual event, Daley was in the lead and in line for gold. After leading the field he crashed out in last place. The failure was described as ‘shocking’ by the Mail. So what scrambled his mind on the second day? My tweet provocatively suggested turning gay had not done him ‘any favours’.
TWITTER-SPHERE GOES INTO OVERDRIVE
The twitter-sphere went mad. The ‘gays’ were incensed. We were not ‘loving’, they suggested. Two of the victorious GB women’s hockey team were ‘married’ to each other, they said. Of course, the two women concerned are not married, merely gay-married. Another said Daley had ‘given young, gay people a role model’. Not young people, just ‘young gay people’. The ‘gays’ are very proud of Daley, his failure has hurt them and any criticism of him as a homosexual is beyond the gay pale.
Oscar Wilde said there was only one thing in the world worse than being talked about, and that was not being talked about. We were talked about for sure. Adrian Hilton’s much-viewed conservative website Archbishop Cranmer pontificated. J.K. Rowling tweeted. Baroness Barker retweeted some LibDem candidate. The Huffington Post reported. The US homosexual magazine Advocate got in on the act. Even the UK-based Metro paper reported J.K. Rowling’s comments, adding that my tweet was ‘vile’. A tiny bit over-the-top, possibly?
CASTER SEMENYA CHEATED GENUINE WOMEN
As to Caster Semenya, after her/his predictable victory in the women’s 800, she/he said about her/his critics: ‘Sport is all about uniting people and not discriminating. I feel sorry for them’. Well, actually, women’s sport is ‘about’ discriminating against men, Caster, and your internal testes give you an unfair testosterone-fueled advantage.
Intersex is a terrible affliction. We have great sympathy for Caster. But at the same time, in the interests of fairness and equity, she/he should not be competing in women’s events. Caster should feel sorry, not for the critics, but for the genuine women she/he cheated out of Gold, Silver and Bronze medals, or even places, in the women’s 800m.
Athletics chiefs, including the Court for Arbitration in Sport, should act immediately in the case, reallocate the medals and ban intersex athletes from women’s events.
STAYING GAY IS A CHOICE
Going back to Tom Daley, he was seduced into sodomy by an older man, not very long after the untimely death of his beloved father. You don’t need a degree in psychology to work out what’s going on there. But even now, he could repent of all his sin (just like we all have to do) trust in Jesus and walk away from the homosexual lifestyle, like so many have before him. Becoming gay might or might not be a choice. Staying gay definitely is. And who knows, by transforming his mind (al la Romans 12:2) by the grace of God and by the infilling of the Holy Spirit Tom Daley might improve his diving as a result.
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