Madrassa England beckons
I should give up watching Question Time. It’s not good for my health. Tonight’s show featured five ignorant guests wedded to religion. Nigel Farage, Liam Fox, Janet Street-Porter, Peter Hain and Elfyn Llwyd were eager to prostrate themselves and children before religion. I’ve decided that they have nothing of value to say, filling airtime gaps with their own vanity.
Not one of them was capable of mustering a thought independent from the interests of the various religions to poison sex, health and relationship education with ignorance, bigotry and hate speech. Then, blind to the irony, they criticised the teaching of creationism. Apart from Liam Fox that is, he thought teaching creationist nonsense was rather a spiffing idea. Dimwit. So that’s Labour, UKIP, the Tories and Plaid Cymru putting their religion firmly on their sleeves, and well ahead of equality and rational thought, and the educational needs of children. Not one of them is fit to govern.
But let’s not forget the ‘loathsome’ rent-a-gob Janet Street-Porter. I suppose you’ve got to admire the narcissistic gall of someone who can criticise John Terry’s private sexual antics only moments after cheering that children be made victim to the sick, moralising sexual spin that MPs allow state funded religious schools to spew. Shameless. Of course, this is the same Janet Street-Porter who tried to smear police brutality victim Ian Tomlinson, so what do you expect from an establishment figure?