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TESCO DITCHES CANCER RACE 4 LIFE THEN GIVES £30,000 TO GAY PRIDE
Tesco have decided to sponsor a ‘gay pride’ parade in London after ditching a leading cancer charity event.
We are calling for a boycott of Tesco not because of any dislike for homosexuals, but because a store should not promote division.
The vast majority of families spending money in Tesco want nothing to do with the homosexual political movement.
Email the Tesco Group Chief Executive, Philip Clark, [email protected] and their Marketing Director, Richard Brasher: richard.br[email protected].
You can also write to their Chairman, Sir Richard Broadbent, at New Tesco House, Delamare Rd, Cheshunt, WALTHAM CROSS, EN8 9SL.
Tell them you won’t be shopping at Tesco while they support Gay Pride.
Read more inside …
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Bible quotations are from John 3:16, 6:37 and 14:6 and are from the Authorised or King James Version
TESCO DITCHES CANCER RACE 4 LIFE THEN GIVES £30,000 TO GAY PRIDE
Tesco have stopped supporting a cancer charity event in favour of sponsoring a ‘Gay Pride’ parade in London.
Tesco’s support for the annual fundraising Race for Life, the UK’s largest women-only charity event, helped Cancer Research raise more than £400 million for the fight against cancer since it began in 1994.
Tesco have denied that sponsoring gay pride was at the expense of Cancer Research, but the facts are that they announced they would be a headline sponsor of ‘Pride London’ just days after ending their partnership with Cancer Research.
The benefits of cancer research
156,000 people died of cancer in 2009. Cancer accounts for a quarter of deaths in the UK, but scientists working for groups like Cancer Research believe they are on the verge of a breakthrough in treatment.
Many cancers which were life-threatening just ten years ago are now not just treatable, but curable. Tesco’s partnership with Race for Life benefitted every family in the land. Their decision to support gay pride benefits a tiny but contentious and divisive minority.
The divisiveness of gay pride
We don’t want to cause distress to anyone struggling with homosexual feelings, but any unbiased observer who has seen the London Gay Pride parade will admit it is a deliberately divisive, provocative and aggressive display of indecency and perversion.
We aren’t going to put pictures of what goes on at Gay Pride in this leaflet, because it could be seen by children and might constitute child sexual abuse. It’s that bad.
The motivation behind Gay Pride is to bully the rest of us into accepting the gay activist agenda, which has already achieved civil partnerships and gay couples adopting children and now wants full ‘gay marriage’.
A campaign of deceit
Homosexual activists have won politically-correct status among politicians as well as huge changes in the law by a clever, but deceitful, five-pronged campaign:
(1) They claim to be 10% of the population on the basis of the dishonest Kinsey Report. The true figure from proper academic research is around 1.5%.
(2) They claim they were born that way, refusing to accept the evidence of ‘ex-gay’ men and women who have turned their backs on the gay lifestyle and been released from their homosexual desires.
(3) They insist that all they want is to live their lives in peace, and yet they hold intimidating gay pride parades and their paid activists campaign for laws to shut up their opponents and force the rest of us to respect their immorality.
(4) They do all they can to avoid discussing the reality of their abusive dangerous sexual practices, framing their arguments instead in terms of ‘human rights’.
(5) They pretend their lives are just the same as everyone else’s, despite academic studies revealing promiscuity levels and associated ill-health in the gay world unheard of even in today’s sex-obsessed heterosexual society.
So what do Tesco have to say for themselves?
Tesco’s spin centres on ‘diversity’ as an ‘inclusive store’ – they even boast an ‘Out at Tesco’ webpage promoting homosexual activity amongst their employees and a page commending staff for taking part in the 2010 Gay Pride.
But such feelings of diversity and inclusiveness are not extended by homosexuals themselves to other people who in conscience cannot accept their way of life.
Christian hotel owners Peter and Hazlemary Bull were taken to court by a pair of gay men because they wouldn’t let them a double room. The fact that the Bulls won’t let a room to any couple who aren’t married cut no ice with these men – or with the court.
Housing officer Adrian Smith was demoted and had his pay slashed by his employers, Trafford Housing Trust just for saying that full gay marriage, demanded now by homosexual campaigners, was ‘an equality too far.’
Tesco promoting indecency and division
We are calling for a boycott of Tesco not because of any dislike for people who are homosexual, but because a store should not promote indecency and division.
The vast majority of the families whose custom keeps Tesco solvent want nothing to do with the bullying homosexual political movement.
You could even give back your Tesco loyalty card, which is used by the store to spy on your shopping habits. They actually track your lifestyle from what is in your basket if you have one of these cards.
Coincidentally, just a few weeks ago, a homosexual website said that Tesco stores were a good place for gay men to pick up others for anonymous sex, a prevalent practice in the homosexual world known as ‘cruising’.
There is a feeling that Tesco is cheap, but even local shops can undercut them and other supermarkets like Morrisons, Sainsbury and ASDA deal more ethically with their suppliers and maintain lower prices.
Tesco is just too big for its boots. Its advertising is clever – but not always to be believed – and its bosses think they can do what they please.
The foundation of human society
Tesco want those who respect and honour Jesus Christ to spend money in their store, but by supporting Gay Pride, they insult the Lord Jesus and everything holy.
When Jesus spoke about sexual morality, he quoted from the first book of the Bible, Genesis.
‘From the beginning,’ Jesus said, God made them male and female. For this cause shall a man leave his father and mother, and cleave to his wife. And they twain shall be one flesh.’ (Gospel of Mark Chapter 10:6-8)
So Jesus taught heterosexual love and marriage, which has been the foundation of human society since the dawn of time.
It is wrong for Tesco to favour a contentious, divisive and selfish political movement advocating unnatural acts over cancer research, which has a solid ethical base and shares its benefits without discrimination.
Finally, we hope you will allow us to explain why our faith makes us care about our society and this issue.
Britain was mighty, now it’s broken
We believe God created the world and gave us laws to live by. God’s Commandments can never be repealed but nations and individuals try to rebel against them.
Nations are judged in this world by means of the natural and social calamities that come upon them. Sodom and Gomorrah were destroyed for their wickedness, which included the sin of sodomy. Patriots sing that God made Britain a ‘Land of Hope and Glory’. Today, even David Cameron describes Britain as ‘Broken’.
Jesus said ‘Love the Lord your God and love your neighbour as yourself.’ Because of that love Christians have a duty to speak out about right and wrong in our nation.
God will always forgive us when we turn round and admit we have done wrong. Even in a society like ours, each one of us can find in Jesus salvation, healing and forgiveness for every bad thing we ever did.
When Jesus died on the cross he took on himself all the sins of all those who would believe in him and by rising from the dead he gave those believers a new life.
‘Ye shall be free indeed’
After his resurrection, Jesus ascended into heaven, and now has the right to rule over all the kingdoms of the world. Not only is Jesus King, but he is also the righteous judge. One day He will return in judgment, to justify His believers and condemn the wicked.
How will the bosses of Tesco stand in that day? And how will you stand before Almighty God?
‘The way, the truth and the life’
Only Jesus Christ is the way to heaven. He said: ‘I am the way, the truth and the life: no man cometh unto the Father, but by me.’ He also said: ‘For God so loved the world, that He gave his only begotten Son, that whosoever believeth in Him should not perish, but have everlasting life’ and ‘Him that cometh to me I will in no wise cast out.’ Those promises still stand today.