Friday, March 16, 2007

Famous Homosexual Expected To Corrupt Entire Island!

From The Independent:

Sir Elton John's appearance at a jazz festival on Tobago next month is expected to attract tourists from across the Caribbean, the US and Europe to the island.

But one man not looking forward to the performance is the Archdeacon of Trinidad and Tobago, the Venerable Philip Isaac.

The Archdeacon has suggested the singer and anti-Aids activist should be banned from the Plymouth Jazz Festival, because his presence may tempt islanders into homosexuality.

In what is believed to be the first campaign to stop the singer performing because of his sexuality, the Archdeacon said Sir Elton's lifestyle did not conform the biblical teaching that a "man should not lie with a man".

"The artiste is one of God's children and while his lifestyle is questionable he needs to be ministered unto. His visit to the island can open the country to be tempted towards pursuing his lifestyle," the Archdeacon told the Jamaica Gleaner newspaper

According to the island's immigration law, self-confessed prostitutes and homosexuals can be barred from entering the country. But it is thought that no one has ever been turned away at immigration.
It is truly fortunate for the youth and citizens of Tobago that the Archdeacon is on the ball. If John slips into the country, one can only imagine the horrors that will follow. At the very least one can expect rampant homosexual acts occuring on the streets, and the utter collapse of the traditional family in Tobago.

Mouth frothing homosexual activists, such as Anne, are likely to point out there is no science to support the notion homosexuality can be transmitted by buying tickets to an Elton John concert, but simpler minds have long known science is highly unreliable on such issues as homosexuality, evolution, and anything else that might in some way contradict the Bible.



Becky said...

People still think this way?

Paul said...

Scary, isn't it?

Anne said...

I wish I could have read this and thought "unbelievable," but unfortunately this is all too believable. The "contagious gayness" conception is more common than one would like to think, but this still doesn't prevent me from laughing over the absurdity of the view point, however.