While I was otherwise engaged, Bob 'Plagiarist' Hutton managed to produce what, to me, seems one of his most obscene posts yet. He begins:
On December 7, 1941 the Japs bombed Pearl Harbour; this brought the Yanks into the 2nd World War and led to their president, F D Roosevelt, to declare that this date would live in infamy.
Let us skip lightly past the racism—mostly because Hutton probably doesn't even realise "Japs" is racist, and I've frankly given up trying to teach him how to become a decent human being—and read on, as I'm sure we're all wondering where the hell he's going with this…
However, this date had [sic] now been overtaken by March 29, 2014; why is this? Because on that day the Destruction of Marriage Act came into force and people involved in unnatural sexual relationships could legally call themselves married.
Yep, folks, you read that right. He really went and fuckin' did that thing you saw him do.
An unprovoked attack in which two and a half thousand people were killed; which plunged a whole nation into a war not of their wanting, leading to an eventual death-toll of over four-hundred-thousand U.S. citizens has been overtaken, according to Hutton, on the scale of infamy, by the legalisation of same-sex marriage.
Hutton, you are an insensitive, camel-shagging, know-nothing, egotistical, puritanical, hypocritical, proudly-bigoted, flea-brained, barbarous, fourteenth-century-minded, probably unwashed and certainly unwanted, streak of piss.
Talking of which, you probably can't be trusted to pour piss out of a boot without instructions printed on the sole.
You are scum. The only job you ever managed to do properly was standing outside a doctor's office making people sick.
The only reason your shit doesn't smell is that the stench runs away in disgust.
You have no values which I would dignify with the word "morals," and you have put no thought into developing what few values you have; preferring to lazily substitute, for morality, blind obedience of what you have been told are the commands of an invisible tyrant.
No one with the slightest sense of proportion, Bob, not to mention of decency, would make the comparison that you just made. You want to know the real travesty of justice here? For years, people like you, who are capable of nothing but bile and hatred, have been free to marry, while those who wanted nothing but the freedom to love have been harried, vilified and treated as second-class citizens.
I wouldn't waste the spit to wet your face.
Ahem. Where was I?
The Prime Minister, Cameron, did not re-define marriage when he forced this law through the House of Iniquity (known as the House of Commons), he destroyed marriage.
Now, Bob's mentioned having sons (who, by the way, have my deepest sympathy), so I assume, given his beliefs, that he is married. So I'd like to know something…
Bob, how has a few people being joined in same-sex marriages "destroyed" your marriage? In fact, how has it affected a single tad of a speck of a fraction of an iota of your relationship? Seriously, please leave an explanation in the comments below, as I really want to understand this point. 'cause, frankly, I don't understand how it affects you at all.
So anyway, Bob then goes on with the blah-blah-blah about David Cameron having let down God, the Tory party and the country. Which is pretty-much bog-standard Bob Bullshit. Then he gives us an example of how his god punishes the wicked, by noting what God did to the Egyptians when the Pharaoh wouldn't let the Israelites go.
Except, erm, that's kinda not even how the Bible tells it. Exodus 4:21:
And the Lord said unto Moses, When thou goest to return into Egypt, see that thou do all those wonders before Pharaoh, which I have put in thine hand: but I will harden his heart, that he shall not let the people go.
Now, pardon me for reading literally, the very book Hutton claims to be literal truth, but that looks very much to me as if God is the one who—via his all-powerful control over the Pharaoh—is not allowing the Israelites to go free. He is literally forcing the Pharaoh to deny Moses's request, then punishing both the Pharaoh and his innocent subjects for doing what he is forcing the Pharaoh to do. Uhuh. There may well be a villain in this scenario, but that villain wouldn't appear, in a literal reading, to be the Pharaoh, now would it? Personally, I'd say this isn't a great choice of passage, if you want to show divine justice in action.
But what the holy hell is Hutton's point here? Is he claiming that, somehow, someone's being oppressed by this law, as the Israelites were oppressed? If so, who? Or is he merely making with the "God's wrath" bullshit without putting any real thought into what’s implied by his example?
My money's on the latter; thought being a stranger to Hutton's head.
Then Bob goes into his usual routine of bald assertion of later consequences for those who "rebel" against his god. None of which, needless to say, he provides any supporting evidence for. We are, I suppose, meant to take his word, as a fine upstanding self-absorbed bigot and plagiarist, that he speaks truth. Right.
He finishes thusly:
Eternity is a long time to bitterly regret one's sinful lifestyle.
To which I can only reply that a lifetime spent doing nothing but trying to wheedle one's way into an after-death paradise which cannot even be shown to exist, is a lifetime wasted.
Oh, and Cameron, unlike the Pharaoh, has extended freedom to a previously oppressed group. To anyone not steeped in hatred disguised as piety, that's a bloody good thing.
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