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Feb 16

Bournemouth AFC in gay propaganda storm

A smiling Eddie Howe with AFC Bournemouth players who don't look too happy having a gaming business as their official shirt sponsor.

A smiling Eddie Howe (left) with Bournemouth AFC players who don’t look too happy having a gaming business as their official shirt sponsor.

A Premiership Football Club is promoting homosexual propaganda to children, Christian Voice has discovered.

Relegation strugglers Bournemouth AFC are co-sponsoring a 2017 SchoolsOut’s LGBT ( Lesbian Gay Bisexual and Transsexual) History Month event to be held this Saturday (18th February).

The other main sponsor is Bournemouth University.  The event is called ‘OUTing the past’

Yet another sponsor of the Schools Out event is a homosexual contact group called Space Youth Project.

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.   Bournemouth AFC funds this organisation through its ‘nominated charity’ policy.

‘OUTing the Past’

Homosexual activists Jake Dyos and Adam Ward helping run SchoolsOUT and LGBT History Month. Photo: Chris Walker

Homosexual activists Jake Dyos and Adam Ward helped run a previous SchoolsOUT and LGBT History Month. Photo: Chris Walker

February, of course, is LGBT History Month.  It is a time when parents should be watching even more carefully than usual what is happening in their children’s schools. The SchoolsOut LGBT history month website lists Labour’s Angela Eagle MP among its patrons.  It has friends in high places.

Saturday’s event has speakers such as Cheryl Morgan, probably not his real name, trying to find ‘Trans Women in the Ancient World’.  Lesbian activist Jenny White will speak on what lesbians do in bed.  Actor Stephen Ashfield is discussing ‘the history of our community’, as if homosexuals are a race apart.  Schools Out intern Lizzie Wallis will kick off proceedings praising Schools Out for promoting homosexuality to vulnerable schoolchildren.  Obviously, she wants compulsory sex education.

The description of the event says: ‘OUTing the Past: Bournemouth is a free public event that along with other festival hubs around the country will present a one day showcase of historical or archival readings and personal testimonies that uncover the rich, and often lost, history of the LGBT community.

Ben Abberstein, Bournemouth AFC Equality Partnerships Executive

Ben Abberstein, Bournemouth AFC Equality Partnerships Executive

‘A diverse and engaging programme of presentations exploring the diversity of LGBT history; hosted at the Executive Business Centre (EBC) located in Lansdowne in the heart of Bournemouth, only a short walk from Bournemouth Travel Interchange, giving easy access by bus, train and coach.’

Bournemouth AFC refuse to comment

There is no reference to AFCB’s sponsorship of the militant Schools Out event on the Club’s website.

Bournemouth AFC Equality Partnerships Executive Ben Abberstein refused to disclose how much money the club gave Space Youth Project last financial year and how much it plans to give this year.

Bournemouth AFC Chairman Jeff Mostyn

Bournemouth AFC Chairman Jeff Mostyn: embarrassed by public scrutiny

He also refused to tell us how much cash Bournemouth are giving to enable Saturday’s Schools Out event to proceed.  He referred us to Bournemouth AFC’s Press Office.  They also refused to comment.

There is plainly some embarrassment among the Bournemouth AFC top brass that their sponsorship of these activities has come in for public scrutiny.  Or perhaps there is indecision over just how to defend their position.  Either way, we can be sure the decision, or indecision, originates with Bournemouth AFC chairman Jeff Mostyn.

The news has been full of how football coaches have sexually groomed young boys. We fully expected the Club to respond to suggestions that it is financing projects – no doubt run by adults – which could be viewed as a form of sexual grooming.

Transgender photographer

It gets worse. Last season, Bournemouth AFC’s official photographer was Steve Cook. The twice married father-of-three has now decided he is a woman. Mr Cook is now calling himself Sophie.

Bournemouth AFC Photographer Steve Cook dressed up as 'Sophie'

Burly Bournemouth AFC photographer Steve Cook dressed up as ‘Sophie’

According to the Bournemouth Echo, the first ‘transgender woman’ in UK football has been ‘totally accepted’ by players and fans after decades of feeling – you will never guess – ‘trapped in the wrong body’. But the truth is, despite taking female hormones, nothing will ever stop ‘Sophie’ being genetically a man.

And again, this is a time when gender confusion is being promoted in the classroom. Four-year-olds are saying they feel ‘trapped in the wrong body’. Doctors are prescribing powerful hormone drugs to troubled adolescents to delay the onset of puberty.

For Bournemouth AFC to give even tacit endorsement of such unethical medical interventions is a disgrace.  It can only serve to add to the pressure on small children to jump on the fashionable transgender bandwagon.

Tesco, Co-op Bank and the Curse of Gay Pride

Tesco sponsored London Gay Pride in 2012. Disaster continues to dog the supermarket chain five years later.

Tesco sponsored London Gay Pride in 2012. Disaster continues to dog the supermarket chain five years later.

Tesco infamously sponsored the London Gay Pride March in July 2012.  The supermarket then endured a catastrophic few years. Christians staged a boycott. Tesco profits tumbled, new ventures went bust and they flouted planning laws. Tesco pulled out of the US after losses left their board red-faced. We reported ‘The curse of Gay Pride 2012 continues to dog Tesco‘.  Even this month, Tesco was caught out overcharging customers after promotions expired at the check-out but were still displayed on the shelves.

The Co-op Bank fared little better. They told Christian Voice in 2005 our custom was not wanted. We were at odds with their pro-gay ‘diversity’ policies. Than in 2012 the Co-op Bank sponsored no fewer than fifteen gay pride events all over the UK.

The ‘Ethical Bank’ were soon caught overcharging for mortgages. In 2012 the greedy Co-op failed to grab Lloyds Bank customer accounts, pulling out over financial irregularities.  In 2014 the pro-gay outfit lost a staggering £1.3 billion.

Their homosexual chairman resigned after he was caught doing drugs. Paul Flowers was filmed buying crack cocaine, crystal meth and ketamine.  The Co-op Bank has now put itself up for sale.

Gay sports star flops

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.

Meanwhile, in the world of sports, diver Tom Daley flopped at the 2016 Rio Olympics after using his celebrity status to promote homosexuality.

Another sportsman, rugby player Gareth Thomas, waited until his international career was well and truly over before announcing he was homosexual.  He is another sponsor of the Schools Out event in Bournemouth this Saturday. Thomas also sponsors LBGT History Month.

After ‘coming out’ he appeared in a truly repellent pose on the front cover of a homosexual magazine.  In 2015, Thomas took part in ‘Natural Born Winners’, a BBC televised challenge involving the notorious ‘Man versus Horse’ race.  The super-fit sporting giant and gay icon finished a dismal 401st out of 540 runners.

Bournemouth AFC in relegation battle

Maxim Demin owns Bournemouth AFC

Maxim Demin owns Bournemouth AFC

When they were promoted to the Premier League in May 2015, club owner Russian billionaire Maxim Demin threw a £300,000 party for the players in Las Vegas.

But that now seems a long time ago. Bournemouth AFC is currently in a relegation battle. They have six losses, one win (3-0 away to Swansea) and two draws from their last nine matches. The defeats include a 6-3 thumping by Everton and a 2-0 loss to Manchester City. They only recently lost by two goals to fellow-strugglers Crystal Palace and then to Hull City.

Winless in 2017, Bournemouth travel to West Bromwich later this month then visit Manchester United. Later in March they face West Ham and a resurgent Swansea City at home. On top of all that, Bournemouth chairman Jeff Mostyn has given his full backing to manager Eddie Howe. A public vote of confidence from the chairman is usually regarded as the kiss of death for a failing manager.

The Curse of Gay Pride

The Bible says: Proverbs 16:18 Pride goeth before destruction, and an haughty spirit before a fall.

Prov 11:5b … The wicked shall fall by his own wickedness.

The prophet Isaiah pronounces woe on those like Bournemouth AFC who turn good and evil upside down:

Isa 5:20 Woe unto them that call evil good, and good evil; that put darkness for light, and light for darkness; that put bitter for sweet, and sweet for bitter!  21 Woe unto them that are wise in their own eyes, and prudent in their own sight!

The Lord Jesus was not at all cool with those who corrupt children: Matt 18:6 But whoso shall offend one of these little ones which believe in me, it were better for him that a millstone were hanged about his neck, and that he were drowned in the depth of the sea. 

If Bournemouth AFC are relegated at the end of this season, the curse of gay pride will have fallen once more on a body corporate that thought it could mock God.

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  1. Rox

    I don’t know about ‘Trans Women in the Ancient World’. but transvestites on the stage abounded in the plays of Shakespeare and presumably his contemporaries, and in the operas of Handel and contemporaries. This is now more acceptable again than it was in the 19th and earlier 20th century. It would be sad if the practice was again frowned upon. In the operas, it’s difficult to get round it — for example, Julius Caesar has to be a woman, or a man castrated at a suitable age (as was common in the Vatican for vaguely religious reasons).

    In boys’ grammar schools in the 1950s and 60s (the World of Rox), dressing boys as romantic girls in plays by the likes of Sheridan was thought to be all part of the fun, and their parents (Mum assisting with the makeup and dresses) were very proud of their performance .

    Then there is the Dame and the Principal Boy, and (although I know very little about this) similar practices in Greek and Roman drama.

    There does seem to be some universal human inclination towards it.

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