It is not just our national borders that are being broken down, it is that of our institutions, the church, marriage and family whose duty and responsibility it has traditionally been to protect the next generation. And it is not just the physical safety of children and the unborn child that are threatened, it is the very Biblical truths and morality upon which our nation was establish.
Parents are the link in the chain of the generations, charged with handing on from generation the eternal truths of the Bible, but the state is in the process of breaking the relationship between parents and their children. For over fifty years ever since the serial adulterer and bisexual, Roy Jenkins, decriminalised homosexuality and abortion and relaxed the laws on divorce and pornography, Marxists and their useful idiot allies within government, have used both feminists and homosexuals to break the bonds of marriage in order to free children from their supposedly oppressive parents, thus making them the property of the state.
Did not the Marxist Gay Liberation Manifesto of 1971 promise to abolish the family and destroy the church?
“The oppression of gay people starts in the most basic unit of society, the family…Formal religious education is still part of everyone’s schooling, and our whole legal structure is supposedly based on Christianity, whose archaic and irrational teachings support the family and marriage as the only permitted condition for sex...Yet although this struggle will be hard, and our victories not easily won, we are not in fact being idealistic to aim at abolishing the family…. In some ways we are already more advanced than straight people. We are already outside the family….We question however as an ideal, the finding and settling down eternally with one ‘right’ partner…. we believe that the suffocating small family unit is by no means the best atmosphere for bringing up children………
The GLF Manifesto articulates a radical agenda … it outlines an alternative vision of how society and personal relationships could be, including living communally, gender subversive radical drag and non-possessive multi-partner open relationships.”
Theresa May, when she was the Home Secretary, in 2010, trotted out the following mantras whilst speaking at an event hosted by the homosexual lobby Stonewall. She spoke about how incredibly proud that she and the Home Office were, to have come top of 2010’s Stonewall Workplace Equality Index:
"I think that shows how far we, as a society, we have come…..As a country we have come a long way….as a party, my own party, the Conservatives have come a long way. We now have more openly gay MPs and openly gay ministers than ever before ….We've come a long way……despite the real progress we have seen in recent years, there is much still to do….despite the real progress we have seen in recent years, there is much still to do…..And we will go further…We are committed to taking action to tear down these barriers….” 
Peter Tatchell, one of the signatories of the Gay Liberation Manifesto, along with the Marxist Elizabeth Wilson, future civil partner of the Angela Mason who served as the Chief Executive of Stonewall from 1992- 2002 served notice on the British people, during World Pride 2012, by saying,
“There are no borders or boundaries when it comes to Lesbian Gay Bisexual and Transgender human rights. No nationality, no culture, no belief system can stand in the way of the historic quest for LGBT freedom,”
And, pray, what borders and barriers are Peter Tatchell, Stonewall and Theresa May determined to tear down? They are talking about our consciences, you and me my dears, all those who wish to protect their marriages, families and children from the predatory sodomites who use children as trophies, human shields and commodities.
Theresa May joined Stephen Fry and Peter Tatchell in coming out for same sex marriage.
“Hello, everyone, my name is Theresa May and I’m the Conservative member of Parliament for Maidenhead, in Berkshire. But I’m also the Home Secretary and Minister for Women and Equalities. More and more people are today are coming out for marriage and I’m listening to that, but I recognise that there are some strong views on both side of this argument and I need to listen to all of those views and that is why the government is consulting on this issue . But today I want to tell you about my own views:I believe marriage is a really important institution. It’s one of the most important institutions we have . Marriage binds us together . It brings stability . I think marriage makes us stronger. But I believe also in commitment and fidelity in marriage . I think these are good things . And we should enable them to flourish . And that’s why I believe that two people care for each other; if they love each other . If they want to commit to each and spend the rest of their lives together, then they should be able to get married . And marriage should be for everyone . And that’s why I’m coming out for marriage” 
It was claimed by David Cameron and Theresa May that including homosexual partnerships as part of the definition of marriage would actually strengthen the institution of marriage. But the last thing the government had in mind was that stability, commitment and fidelity would be the hall mark of marriages, for it was left to the jaunty, single woman, Baroness Tina Stowell, of Beeston, to push through same sex marriage legislation.  In the process she said that faithfulness and consummation were no longer necessary. Since 2014 , when the first same sex marriages were registered., the number of marriages amongst the younger generation has plummeted and the number of gay divorces increased.
On February 8th 2018 , in a Parliamentary Committee Fiona Bruce MP said that, “Research from the Social Trends Institute into families with children under 12 shows that Britain has the highest level of family instability in the entire developed world. Family breakdown has reached epidemic proportions. If it were categorised in health or environmental terms, it would be a national emergency…..
The sad but undeniable truth is that Britain is one of the world’s leading nations for family breakdown, and the trend shows no signs of abating. ….
“As well as the substantial personal impact on individual lives and the wider family, the fiscal cost of family breakdown has been variously reported to be about £50 billion a year, but I think that a vast underestimate. It does not include the indirect costs, such as local authority care costs and prison budgets, given that one quarter of prisoners were looked-after children. Indeed, it is estimated that up to 60% of prisoners’ children grow up to offend and enter prison themselves.” 
The numbers of children now in care, being trafficked and sexually abused has reached epidemic proportions.
Another barrier, protecting children, the Conservatives are proud to have disowned was Section 28, created by Margaret Thatcher in 1988, to protect children from being corrupted in schools by gay propaganda. It was the Labour party , under Tony Blair who repealed it in 2003,. Baroness Stowell, like Theresa May, bent over backwards to apologise for upholding Section 28. . From 2003, the Labour government went into overdrive to produce laws that promoted homosexuality and silence anyone all dissent .
Theresa May hosted a celebration of London Gay Pride Parade 2018, before an assembly of sodomites and gay perverts, in the back garden of No 10 Downing Street She boasted,
“Not so long ago, London Pride March was just a handful of such events of such events mostly confined to the big cities but this Summer it is one of more than eighty Prides taking place right across the UK . from Aberdeen to Newquay and many places in between” . 
Like those who are warned of an approaching Tsunami but who do not believe it, there are many who, either choose not to see , or, are simply incapable of seeing the rising tide of filth in our nation. When one compares Theresa May’s congratulatory message of “love”, “tolerance” and “inclusion” with the reality of the display of perversion and disintegrate personalities paraded on the streets of our capital city, her message takes on an especially macabre and grotesque profile. As she says, gay pride parades are appearing every Summer in increasing numbers of cities and towns throughout the UK, often sporting the EU flag. Essentially gay pride parades double up as EU parades . She should be forced to march in one these parades, preferably doing one of her crazy dances.
Theresa May did not believe a word of what she said about supporting marriage and the family, neither should we believe what she said about Brexit, protecting out national borders, when she says,
“I recognise that there are many people, that are many people watching this programme as there were those millions of people who went out to vote leave, who feel really strongly who feel passionately about this issue, about leaving the European Union. And you know, many people who voted from the heart to leave the European Union. My job as Prime Minister is to deliver for them but also I have to be hard headed and practical about this ……
She has never hidden her desire that Britain should remain in the EU for the simple reason that since Gay legislation comes from the European Union , if we were to gain our independence all gay legislation would have to be debated again and re-written. The pressure from Stonewall, her own gay MPs and hundreds of other gay activist groups for her to scupper Brexit must be enormous. Leaving EU for LGBT people in Britain is very concerning. The laws that have been bolstering LGBT equality in Britain are EU laws. Now those laws will need to be recreated in the UK. And there is a lot of concern from LGBT people that what they are being told is that nothing will change. But this is not true. They will need to be re written to harmonise with EU law, even as it evolves to cater for ever more examples of polysexual and transsexual perversion. 
Gay Liberation Manifesto
Theresa May’s abject grovelling at Stonewall conference 2010
Theresa May, Out4Marriage
Baroness Tina Stowell
Lord Tebbit and ramifications of same sex marriage
 Fiona Bruce: Strengthening Families
 Section 28 & Tina Stowell
LGBT picknic in the back garden of No 10 Downing St
ii) Gay Pride 2018 (Link removed)
 Theresa May’s recommended menu for the day.
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