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Feb 23

AFC Bournemouth hosts gay youth fundraiser

AFC Bournemouth is hosting a fundraiser for Space Youth Project, which promotes homosexuality among adolescents.

AFC Bournemouth is hosting a fundraiser for Space Youth Project, which promotes homosexuality among adolescents.

AFC Bournemouth is hosting a fundraiser this weekend for a group promoting homosexuality among adolescents.

Three-course dinner

The event, raising money for Space Youth Project, will take place on Saturday evening in the Balfour Suite of AFC Bournemouth’s Vitality Stadium.

Tickets are a cool £60 per person and VIP speakers are promised. There will be an auction. AFC Bournemouth have stumped up some memorabilia for that. And of course the punters will be treated to a ‘delicious 3 course dinner’.

Space Youth Project, according to its website, appears to exist in order to advise confused adolescents that a transient homosexual phase is indicative of a permanent ‘orientation’.

It is in the business of messing up children’s lives, in other words. AFC Bournemouth funds this organisation through its ‘nominated charity’ policy.

Space Youth Project and AFC Bournemouth funded schools event

Space Youth Project encourages adolescents to see themselves as homosexual or 'trans'

Space Youth Project encourages adolescents to see themselves as homosexual or transsexual

Only last weekend the football club sponsored an event at Bournemouth University promoting homosexuality to school children. Space Youth Project also gave money towards it.  February has been designated LGBT History Month.  It is a prime opportunity for homosexual teachers to engage in classroom-scale grooming.

Six Christian activists attended, making up a quarter of the audience. Blame for the low attendance fell on one Michael Tonge.  He was accused of not organising it well enough.  Equally, our man on the spot reported the organisers didn’t really want to publicise it too widely. They were frightened the public might turn up, he says. He also tells us it was a dreary event. Largely ‘academics talking to each other’, he says.

Among the speakers was one Jenny White. She described lesbian sexual activities in graphic and embarrassing detail. Homosexual apologists try to say homosexuality is just about ‘relationships’.  Our mole suggests that, yet again, the Jenny’s contribution shows it is really all about sex.

Our man on the spot also had the joy of meeting a certain Bournemouth University lecturer. On a previous occasion, this man told him how he wanted to take a pro-gay message around every youth football team in the town. Thanks to the good sense of the great majority of coaches, this scheme never took off. The issue of a tiny minority of football coaches grooming young players for sexual abuse has of course been in the news recently.

The ‘curse of gay pride’

Tom Daley flopped at the 2016 Rio Olympics after flaunting his homosexuality in the media.

Tom Daley flopped at the 2016 Rio Olympics after flaunting his homosexuality in the media.

Also this coming Saturday, AFC Bournemouth’s actual football team are in action in the Premier League.  AFCB travel to the Hawthorns to meet West Bromwich Albion. The Cherries have yet to win in 2017.  Moreover, they appear to be heading into a relegation battle.

Out of the teams below them, Hull City are improving under new manager Marco Silva.  Swansea City are on a roll, having won four of their previous six matches. Meanwhile, Crystal Palace are overdue for the renowned Sam Allardyce ‘bounce’.

In the corporate world, Tesco and Co-op Bank floundered seriously since promoting gay pride. Diver Tom Daley flopped at the Rio Olympics. That followed prayer that God would judge him for using his celebrity status to flaunt his newly-found homosexuality. Rugby player Gareth Thomas has fared little better since ‘coming out’ and promoting sodomy to children.

AFC Bournemouth have made, some say, bad management decisions. Bringing the curse of gay pride upon themselves by promoting Space Youth Project and gay events for schools may turn out to be the worst of all.

 

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  1. IRB1647

    Psalm 68. I will pray for your testimony but we need to pray for God to work. The better days will come as the the Bible teaches. I am a member of The Free Presbyterian Church of Scotland. IB

  2. bcairns041266

    They aren’t going to repent.

  3. bcairns041266

    Hello IB. I love the Free Presbyterian Church and always enjoy visiting the bookshop in Glasgow whenever I’m in Scotland. However, don’t you think there are plenty of scriptures that speak of a terrible time of persecution for the church before Jesus returns? As one excellent Bible preacher says about the growing homosexual movement “only the second coming of the Lord Jesus Christ is going to put an end to this.” Isn”t this a very obvious conclusion as every month passes? I await the revival of revivals – the second coming of our Lord Jesus Christ!

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