John Sentamu, gap-toothed cunt and apparently someone quite high up in what we’ll refer to here as ‘the church’, a man who is obviously completely unafraid of colour, has waded once more into the gay marriage thing. Because these people cannot let it lie.
‘Up to now, the only reason I have been given for a desire to redefine marriage to embrace same-sex relationships is that it meets an emotional need of some same-sex couples,’ he said from atop a very high horse indeed. Indecently high it was. Everyone noticed.
OK, dolly, listen carefully: the reason to redefine marriage is that there is no excuse for inequality or discrimination in a modern society. We know that your rules and your laws are based pretty much on such meaningful, traditional and closely held beliefs as ‘turn round and touch the ground’, ‘bob a curtsey when you walk past a cross-shaped thing’ and ‘kiss other people’s jewellery’ but this is modern-day UK and the wearing of funny hats and the invoking of time dishonoured ways just won’t do.
‘I submit,’ he went on (oh, are you still here?), ‘that to use the law to redefine marriage when there is no legal inequity involved is a misuse of the statute.’
And we hereby submit that you should fuck right off and go and help an old lady with her shopping like a good Christian and not dabble in things that are patently too difficult for you to understand. Run along now.
Archbishop Sentamu gives us all a nice lesson of the place of the state. Needless to say, the gays don't come out winners,