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Wednesday, 6 February 2013

Breakdown of MPs against gay marriage and what should happen to Muslim MPs who voted for gay marriage


Can someone work out for me:


  1. the percentage of female Tory MPs who voted against gay marriage 
  2. the percentage of male Tory MPs who voted against gay marriage
  3. the percentage of female Labour MPs who voted against gay marriage
  4. the percentage of male Labour MPs who voted against gay marriage
  5. the percentage of female LibDem MPs who voted against gay marriage
  6. the percentage of male LibDem MPs who voted against gay marriage
  7. the percentage of female MPs who voted against gay marriage
  8. the percentage of male MPs who voted against gay marriage
  9. the percentage of Muslim MPs who voted against gay marriage
  10. the percentage of female MPs who abstained
  11. the percentage of male MPs who abstained
You can almost understand a gay and atheist MP voting for gay marriage, but a Muslim??  I thought they were supposed to know better

A Muslim politician voting for gay marriage is much much worse than being a gay MP who votes for gay marriage IMHO.

What a pity these Muslims don't have a Pope to excommunicate them.  Perhaps their local mosque will shun them for being kafirs and apostates.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kafir#Types_of_disbelief

Kufrul-Istihaal: Disbelief out of trying to make haraam into halal. This applies to someone who accepts as lawful Halal that which Allah has made unlawful Haram like alcohol or adultery. Only Allah has the prerogative to make things Halal and Haram and those who seek to interfere with His right are like rivals to Him and therefore fall outside the boundaries of faith.

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2279703/Death-threats-UKs-Muslim-MP-voted-gay-marriage.html

Muslim MPs who voted for Gay Marriage


  1. Rushanara Ali (female) http://www.rushanaraali.org/
  2. Sadiq Khan (male)  http://www.sadiqkhan.co.uk/
  3. Khalid Mahmood (male) http://www.khalidmahmoodmp.co.uk/
  4. Shabana Mahmood (female) http://www.shabanamahmood.org/
  5. Yasmin Qureshi (female) http://www.yasminqureshi.org.uk/
  6. Anas Sarwar (male) http://www.scottishlabour.org.uk/mp/anas_sarwar/277/
  7. Keith Vaz (male) http://www.keithvazmp.com/
Too bad the opposition to it in BNP and UKIP was so feeble.

If only I had been appointed Anti-Gay Marriage Spokeswoman for the BNP!

It is not too late though.

You can contact Nick Griffin at http://www.nickgriffinmep.eu/content/contact to tell him that you want:

(a) me to be appointed BNP Director of Communications
(b) me to be appointed BNP Policy Director
(c) me to be appointed BNP Anti-Gay Marriage Spokeswoman
(d) my expulsion of July 2011 to be annulled so that I will be eligible to throw my hat into the ring at the next BNP leadership contest, which is between 2014 and 2015, I believe.
(e) me to be leader of the BNP after the next leadership election which will become a radical but Civic Nationalist movement that will no longer be racist, Islamophobic or antisemitic, but a beacon of hope for social conservatives, libertarians and British businesses big and small who want fewer laws and lower taxes and for government to be rationally small in a society that respects the institutions of marriage and family in a Brave New Britain that is no longer a vassal state of the EU.


http://c4m.org.uk/

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