Sunday, 29 April 2012
All three parties supported Harriet Harman's Equality Bill, as it then was, under which Catholic schools are to be pursued for having dared to teach that marriage can only ever be the union of one man and one woman, which at this moment is still the law of the land.
As set out in the most comprehensive study of this, among other, matters ever published, Harman and Patricia Hewitt ran the National Council for Civil Liberties when it was passing resolutions in support of the Paedophile Information Exchange and Paedophile Action for Liberation, and when it was publishing calls to legalise and destigmatise sex between adults and children.
Hewitt went on to have overall responsibility for every social worker in England, while Harman’s pro-pederast past was explored in detail by Martin Beckford in the 9th March 2009 edition of the Daily Telegraph, but that newspaper was too spineless or too compromised to put it on the front page where it belonged, so the story was allowed to die, at least for the time being.
Such is the ideological and organisational background to the all-party Equality Act and to actions under it.