Introduction — July 9, 2017
Call me a cynic but I have to differ with Sadiq Khan, London’s mayor, when he says that the “best antidote” to tragedy are events like London’s pride parade.
The best answer to tragedies like the Grenfell Tower blaze or the recent terror attacks in London is to establish what actually happened. In other words the truth. London’s Pride parade doesn’t do that and is no more than a distraction, at best.
London’s pride parade followed in the footsteps of a similar “gay pride parade” in New York, which was also attended by Mayor Michael Bloomberg, Gov. Andrew Cuomo and other U.S. political leaders.
One wonders if it was a coincidence that so many political players were present at these events? Were they there to cultivate support among potential voters? Or to signal their approval for homosexuality and if so one can’t help wondering if they weren’t ordered to do so?
After all, within a matter of days the mayors of the two most important financial centres in the western world have both hosted and attended events that present us with an airbrushed image of homosexuality.
It almost seems as if homosexuality were being celebrated. Can we now expect it to be presented as being somehow normal? Will those who won’t accept this new definition be treated as iconoclasts and outcasts?
I am not suggesting that homosexuals be stigmatised or persecuted. However, it does seem as if homosexuality is now being promoted as a “lifestyle choice” rather than a sexual dysfunction. Why?
I would suggest that is because homosexuality, or any sexual perversion for that matter, profoundly limits an individual’s spiritual potential. That’s why Islam and orthodox Christianity have traditionally condemned such practices.
That may also explain why they are at the heart of many black magic rituals, as exemplified by Aleister Crowley. In esoteric circles — both good and bad — sexual energy is considered as unrefined spiritual power.
As such it is seen as playing an integral role in the worship and empowerment of much darker forces. Is this why the political elite now seem to be promoting homosexuality as a “lifestyle choice”?
Mayor says London’s pride parade ‘best antidote’ to tragedy
Associated Press — July 8, 2017
London’s mayor has called the Pride in London parade the biggest ever and says the celebration provides the “best antidote” to recent tragedies.
Sadiq Khan on Saturday told revelers at the gay pride event that the festivities provided welcome relief from recent bouts with terrorism.
The annual parade honored members of the emergency services who were praised for heroic work responding to extremist attacks and the Grenfell Tower fire.
More than 25,000 people took part in the gala parade, with up to 1 million people watching in central London.
The huge crowd included many representing countries where homosexual acts are still criminalized.
As part of the festivities, a rainbow flag is to be projected onto the Houses of Parliament for the first time