The stupidity on display here is laughable, but these bimbos have made it law and forced it on the rest of us. To be honest, I don’t know why they don’t go the whole hog and make homosexuality compulsory. It would save a ton of cash on paperwork!
Lib Dem Equalities Minister Lynne Featherstone wants teachers, nurses and policemen among others to have to disclose their sexuality. Ms Featherstone said that all public sector organisations should consider sending “diversity monitoring forms” to staff to prove that they are treating all sections of society fairly
For “all sections,” read homosexuals. This is all, and only, about homosexuals.
From April (has to be the first!) 2011, public bodies will be subject to the Equality Act – driven through by Harriet Harman (another plonker, happily no longer in power) in the last week of the Labour Government but taken up by the Coalition Government – which will force them to consider the impact of everything they do in light of equality considerations. (Did you catch that, “EVERYTHING THEY DO!) Under the new Equality Duty, public sector bodies are required to “eliminate unlawful discrimination, harassment and victimisation” on grounds of age, disability, gender reassignment, pregnancy, race, religion, sex and sexual orientation. (But only if you are homosexual!)
Critics have also questioned how intrusive such questioning is. Controversially, the guide suggests that complying with the new Equality Duty “may involve treating some people better than others, as far as this is allowed by discrimination law”. (Yep, but only homosexuals!)
In June 2009, Ms Featherstone said that public sector employees who face a conflict between their job and their conscience should get another career. (Doing what? The stupid law is everywhere! It’s you Ms Featherstone who should get another career, may I suggest traffic warden! And please, take all your pals with you.) Writing on her blog, she made reference to amendments tabled by John Mason, former Scottish MP for Glasgow East, who said that “the world was a big enough place to allow people to abide by their religious beliefs and conscience and employers could work around that”. “I totally disagree”, she said. “On the execution of public duty, it is important that we make it clear here and now that carrying out public services cannot be a matter of conscience in the way that the Honourable Gentleman might wish.”
Well we have all seen how little conscience there is in government in recent years. That goes for morality, honesty, integrity, decency and good old common sense.
This is NOT an equality law, it is exactly the opposite. It’s a law for and on behalf of the 2% of society who have chosen to live a perverse lifestyle. It is promotion of perversion and an attack on common sense and public decency.
Original post by David Simpson on – www.theway.co.uk
Extract from www.christianconcern.com