Mar 10

Manchester United goes gay with Stonewall

The Manchester United coat of arms

The Manchester United coat of arms

Manchester United Football Club have struck a Faustian deal with homosexual pressure group Stonewall.

The Premier League outfit, sometimes known as the ‘Red Devils’, have announced a new partnership with the LGBT activists.  ManU is the first, and by God’s grace the last, UK football club to sell its soul to Stonewall.

Although, to be fair, AFC  Bournemouth have done their best. The Cherries sponsored a divisive LGBT event and fundraised for a gay youth group only last month.

Manchester United ‘a leader’

Foolish managing director Richard Arnold said, ‘Manchester United always looks to be a leader in everything it does.  We are proud to be the first sports club to sign up to TeamPride.’

Well, the club is currently not actually leading the Premier League, lying sixth in the table.

Crucially, they are outside the top four who will qualify for first-rank European football in the Champions League next year.

Indeed, the club has a challenging run-in at this end of this season.  They face Chelsea twice and travel to Arsenal, Burnley and Tottenham Hotspur.  They also face possible banana skins at home entertaining in-form Crystal Palace, Everton and Swansea.  This was probably not the best time to bring the curse of gay pride down upon the club.

Stonewall able to promote sodomy through football

Ruth Hunt, Chief Executive of Stonewall

Ruth Hunt, Chief Executive of Stonewall

Stonewall already has government departments, the forces, big banks and major companies in thrall. However, to promote sodomy through a football club with its legions of young fans is an activist’s dream.

Stonewall’s chief executive Ruth Hunt said: ‘Manchester United’s support means we can reach millions of football fans both here and around the world, to encourage them to do their part in making all people feel welcome in sport.’

But men with a sexual interest in teenage boys will find they are still not as welcome as they would like to be.  And they make up a significant part of the Stonewall constituency.

Sexual abuse scandal

A sexual abuse scandal involving young male victims began to emerge in November 2016.   Allegations firstly centred on abuse of young players at Crewe Alexandra and Manchester City, from the clubs’ associations with one Barry Bennell.  The homosexual was previously convicted of sexual abuse offences in the US and UK.  Subsequent allegations included former Newcastle United youth coach George Ormond.  He was imprisoned in 2002 for offences against young footballers in the area.

Manchester United captain Wayne Rooney is concerned about sexual abuse by coaches

Manchester United captain Wayne Rooney is concerned about sexual abuse by coaches

Former Chelsea player Gary Johnson accused coach Eddie Heath of sexually abusing him.  The Sun newspaper said he ‘worked as a football chief scout in the 1960s and 1970s and looked out for new young talent’.  Of course he did.  Allegations of abuse by coach Bob Higgins at Southampton and Peterborough were also made.

Manchester United has not been untouched by the scandal.  Matthew Monaghan was signed by the club from Crewe Alexander.  But the three years of sexual abuse he endured at the hands of Barry Bennell took its toll.  Monaghan lasted only two months at Old Trafford as a professional, unable to cope with the crippling anxiety caused by the abuse.

Now Manchester United and England captain Wayne Rooney is encouraging any player who has been sexually abused during their careers to call a new, dedicated football helpline.

Rainbow Laces

Ruth Hunt went on: ‘It’s crucial for organisations like Manchester United to show they not only welcome LGBT people, but are active in leading the change. At the moment, many LGBT people want to take part in sport, either as players or fans, but the behaviour of a minority can make them feel unsafe, unwelcome or unable to be themselves.’

Leading what change, exactly?  Turning the club into a recruiting ground for pederasts?  There can be no doubt the club has many homosexual fans.  Chelsea’s gay fans even have a little banner, but that club hasn’t been stupid enough to join up with Stonewall.  What does ‘unable to be themselves’ mean?  Use the club’s toilets for cottaging?  Pick up boys in the car parks?

‘There’s so much work left to do to ensure that all LGBT people feel able to participate in sport’, concluded Miss Hunt.  ‘We hope to see other clubs take Manchester United’s lead and join the Rainbow Laces campaign to make this a reality.’

Manchester United director accountant Richard Arnold will bear a huge responsibility

Manchester United director accountant Richard Arnold will bear a huge responsibility

The ‘Rainbow Laces campaign’ is where players are browbeaten into putting multicoloured laces in their boots.  Of course the reality is sport is awash with gays and lesbians.  However, homosexual footballers, if there are any and if they were to ‘come out’, would face considerable opposition, and rightly so, as footballers are role models for young players.

Huge responsibility

Manchester United will bear a huge responsibility if through their actions an impressionable adolescent boy, going through a teenage phase, were to decide he was ‘gay’ because an authority body like ManU promoted that perversion.  Some parents might even stop taking their children to the club if the see LGBT rubbish around.

It’s a sad day for football, and a worse one for Manchester United.

1Kings 14:24  And there were also sodomites in the land: and they did according to all the abominations of the nations which the LORD cast out before the children of Israel. 

Mark 9:42  And whosoever shall offend one of these little ones that believe in me, it is better for him that a millstone were hanged about his neck, and he were cast into the sea. 

Galatians 6:7 Be not deceived; God is not mocked: for whatsoever a man soweth, that shall he also reap. 

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  1. Mark Jones

    with regard to this, and other stories on this site, it seems to me that the demons released at CERN are having a field day!

  2. Rox

    Do you mean by CERN the “Conseil Européen pour la Recherche Nucléaire” >
    What demons ? What nonsense is this ?

    Sometimes I wonder if Mark experienced fairies at the bottom of his garden as a child, and has never quite recovered from this traumatic experience.

    I could believe in the release of protons, neutrons, electrons, even positrons, from CERN, but not demons.

    (Positrons are like electrons, but they are attracted to electrons instead of to protons ….As the name perhaps implies, this is not seen by scientists as a bad thing).

  3. Bob Hutton

    Perhaps that’s why they lost to Chelsea in the FA Cup! Seriously, though, football is a man’s game – no room for poofs here.

    1. Stephen

      The curse of gay pride is falling on Manchester United.

      1. Rox

        There is women’s football, and unlike rugby, it’s difficult to see why there shouldn’t be.
        Nobody has ever objected to them playing hockey,which is essentially the same game as football but virtually armed with clubs. (As also is lacrosse, as far as I know — I don’t think men ever play lacrosse).

        It’s mixed games, and sports, which are dubious, espeically when you have to decide if some nutcase is a weak man or a woman fired up with testosterone. I venture to suggest (not a figure I often use) that “99%” of people would say that for a woman using testosterone for medical rasons (to “become” a man) to compete with ordinary women is not fair. If it’s not fair on her to compete with actual men either, then she should have thought of that before, I’m afraid.
        “End of story”, as they say.

  4. Mark Jones

    Personally, I’m sick as a parrot about this.

  5. Rox

    About what ? About there being no room for poofs in football, that there is women’s football, that Manchester United have struck a Faustian deal with Stonewall, or what ?

    Please go back one article to “Woman accused of raping a man is man” (you can do this by clicking on the arrow at the left of this page near the top), and read my comments at the end, which you may have missed. Alternatively, you can click on the 8 in the month of March calendar on the right side of this page.

    1. Rox

      He won’t read this either now.

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