Thursday, 31 December 2015

Quiz of the Year 2015 - Who are These Ten People?

How many of these people who have been in the news this year can you identify?
Can you guess what they have in common?



3. Lillian Ladele






(1) Dr Paul Church, who was sacked from his job at the Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center in Boston Massachusetts (BIDMC), because he questioned the hospital’s participation in “gay pride” activities. Dr. Church was a urologist at BIDMC for nearly 30 years, and a member of the Harvard Medical School faculty. He did research on diagnosing prostate and bladder cancer, and cited irrefutable medical evidence that high-risk sexual practices common to the LGBT community lead to (among other things) a higher incidence of HIV/AIDS, STD's, hepatitis, parasitic infections, anal cancers, and psychiatric disorders.
Promoting such behavior, he said, is contrary to the higher mission of the healthcare facility to protect the public welfare and encourage healthy lifestyles.
He was sacked for telling the truth.

(2) Professor Brendan Bain, fired from his job in the University of the West Indies (UWI) where he was head of the Caribbean HIV/AIDS Regional Training (CHART) Initiative, because he testified in a court case that homosexuality is a dangerous and unhealthy lifestyle. 33 LGBT groups demanded that Professor Bain be sacked because his professional opinion and medical expertise amounted to "discrimination".
He was sacked for telling the truth.

(3) Lilian Ladele, the Christian registrar who was forced out of her job for Islington Borough council because she refused to conduct same-sex marriages. She took her case to the European Court of Human Rights, and she died in October this year. Islington Council is notorious as one of the most fanatically homosexual boroughs in Britain, and it is riddled with paedophile scandals.

(4) Major Bernard Gaynor who was sacked from his job in the Australian army after a career of distinguished service, for objecting to servicemen illegally participating in Gay Pride events while wearing their uniforms. After a three-year legal battle, Gaynor has now been vindicated by the highest court and re-instated.

(5) Melissa and Aaron Klein, co-owners of the bakery Sweet Cakes by Melissa in Oregon, USA. She and her husband were fined $135,000 for refusing to bake a wedding cake for a same-sex couple in January 2013. The court also subjected them to a gagging order, which they defied.

(6) Kim Davis, the Kentucky clerk who was jailed for refusing to sign marriage licences for same-sex couples, When the Pope visited the USA this year, he had a secret, unofficial meeting with her.

(7) Millie Fontana, whose lesbian mother used a sperm-donor to conceive her. She testified in Australia that same-sex marriage is a violation of a child's natural right to have a father and mother, and was subjected to a lot of hostility, and downright abuse from homosexuals who labelled her a "bigot" etc etc

(8) Chris Penner, proprietor of The Twilight Room Annex, a club in Oregon, forced into bankruptcy in April 2014 because he rang up some troublesome transgender customers and asked them not to use the club as they were driving away heterosexuals. He was ordered to pay $400,000 damages, and being unable to pay he closed the business. No similar prosecutions have been brought against gay-only bars or businesses.

(9) Anna Erickson-Hull, who objected to her children being forced to participate in LGBT week at King Solomon High School in Ilford, London in November 2015. The pupils were all threatened with detentions if they would not wear the badge and take part. After she expressed her opinion in a Facbook post, she was pilloried by the queer press and bombarded with abusive messages and death threats from all over the world.

(10) Professor John McAdams, a tenured professor at Marquette University, Milwaukee, Winsconsin, USA, was suspended from his job for defending free speech. When he heard that another instructor, Cheryl Abbate, had banned a student from her class because he had wished to argue against the redefinition of marriage. Prof. McAdams saw this as a violation of the university's principle of free debate and enquiry, as well as of constitutional rights. He wrote a blog post on the matter 
which got him reported to the Gaystapo. Despite the fact that Marquette is a supposedly Catholic university, within days he was told that his job was on the line.

So what have all these people got in common? They are all victims of the militant LGBT extremist movement and its War on Freedom.

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