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Saturday, 29 May 2010

An Eerie Silence!

Two incidents from yesterday demonstrate the gross hypocrisy of the political classes within society. One incident is from Northern Ireland and the other from Westminster.  

We have often before subjected to whiny lectures from the likes of Dawn Purvis about the need for inclusion. This is just double speak for turning a blind eye to the butchery and mayhem created by both loyalist and republican terrorists over the past 40 years and permitting them to hold governmental office. 

Its strange that in the light of the murder on the Shankill Road yesterday by those who are claimed to have links to the UVF for which Dawn Purvis' party is a political front there is an eerie silence from her. Not a word of condemnation or a call upon any who knows who carried out this dastardly deed to give information to the police. 

This is how it has been in our society of late. Murderers and their political associates are lauded, elevated and hailed as peacemakers. 

The second example is that of David Laws the new chief secretary to the Treasury. He has been exposed for using his MP's expenses to rent rooms in homes owned by his sodomite lover. He has promised to pay the money back. 

However there is an eerie silence from his political opponents. There are no calls for him to resign. You would wonder why? Would it have anything to do with the fact that this scandal involves his sodomite partner? 

If this had been a MP in an adulterous relationship with someone from the opposite sex and doing this with their expenses there would be a clamour among politicians to get to a microphone and call for his resignation. Being a sodomite gets you favourable treatment it seems. Just another example of the gross hypocrisy of modern society.

We are a nation ripe for judgment. The days of Sodom and Gomorrah are upon us once again as foretold by the Saviour in Luke 17:28-30:
Likewise also as it was in the days of Lot; they did eat, they drank, they bought, they sold, they planted, they builded;
But the same day that Lot went out of Sodom it rained fire and brimstone from heaven, and destroyed them all.
Even thus shall it be in the day when the Son of man is revealed.

May God ha
ve mercy upon us and in wrath remember mercy and cause there to be a turning to Himself in society.



Rev. McClung,

With all due respect, many were struck by the eerie silence of most Free Presbyterian Ministers, and her members (with the exception of a few) in the summer of 2007 when these things came to light through a CHRISTIAN witness born by the 'Concerned Free Presbyterians:

Sponsorship of Sodomy
“We are without doubt when it comes to what the Bible has to say about homosexuality. We take exception to the stance recently adopted on it by the Presbyterian Church in Ireland. And yet we are in the position where the Moderator of our church presides over an office which grants huge sums to promote the “rights” of people whose behaviour God describes as an abomination.
Unfortunately this matter has already brought the testimony of our church on this subject into disrepute. The recent Christian Institute court case against "equality" legislation was sponsored by our church to the tune of thousands of pounds, only to find that the Gay lobby are being defended in the courts by lawyers paid for by the OFMDFM. The Free Presbyterian Church is funding a court case against their own Moderator.”
Is this not, as you say, yet another example of gross hypocrisy of the political classes within society, to which Ian Paisley and Rev. William McCrea belong?


Rev Brian McClung said...


If that is your opinion then I suggest that you go and direct it towards those individuals guilty of that silence.

Brian McClung