Green gets himself a slot on Channel 4
CHANNEL 4 is giving Stephen “Birdshit” Green the opportunity to sound off on his favourite subject, The Gays, on Monday, August 2 at 7.55pm.
As part of its 4thought TV series, Channel 4 – using an ancient, beard-free but typically sullen mugshot of the Birdbrain of Britain – flags up the mad homophobe’s contribution thus:
Sexuality has become a major battle ground for the world religions. 4thought.tv offers a series of radically different perspectives on homosexuality and sin.
Stephen Green, national director of the lobby group Christian Voice, quotes from the Book of Revelations in the Bible to support his belief that God’s plan for sexuality is heterosexual. Green believes that there has been a homosexualisation of British society, and that the gay lifestyle is inherently hedonistic and destructive.
Others featured in the series include the Rev Peter Ould, (Aug 4, 7.55pm) who believes God “has helped him to overcome his attraction to men”; practising Hindu Subodh Rathod (August 5, 7.55pm) “who lives with his gay partner Niranjan Kamatkar, and his mum, and believes that his religion is compatible with his sexuality”; and Rev Wale Babatunde (Aug 6, 7.55pm) who “believes that the Bible is clear: God does not accept homosexuals in the same way that he does not accept thieves”.
It kicks off with an address by AFTAH’s demented chief, Peter LaBarbera,Â “a 47-year-old, happily married father of five“, entitledÂ “From gay pride to gay tyranny”.
Other topics include:
â€¢ Masculine Christianity: a non-defensive approach to the Culture War over homosexuality
â€¢ The â€˜born gay’ hoax
â€¢ Corrupting children, politicizing schools: the homosexual youth agenda
â€¢ From abomination to â€˜gay': answering â€˜queer theology’ â€” Old Testament
â€¢ From destroying DOMA [Defense of Marriage Act] to homosexualizing the military: Obama’s radical homosexual/transsexual agenda for America.
A mere $149 will get you a ticket to this unmissable gathering of wingnuts. The fee includes prayers, breakfast and lunch.
Hat tip: Patrick C (for the AFTAH link).