The elephant is in the room but neither Nicky Morgan or the BBC is going to name it!

Homophobic views may be a sign that a pupil is at risk of becoming an extremist, Nicky Morgan has said. The education secretary was speaking as schools in England and Wales were issued with a guide to identifying pupils in danger of radicalisation. She said attacking core British values or being extremely intolerant of homosexuality were examples of behaviour that could raise the alarm.  The NUT said the guidance would cause teachers “nervousness and confusion”.

Since the only being people “radicalised” are Muslims then does she mean Islam is encouraging such views? I think we should be told but the BBC remain mute on the topic, too busy still celebrating the legalisation of “Gay Marriage” in the States,

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45 Responses to SIGN OF THE TIMES…..

  1. Mark II says:

    All part of the de-normalisation process and if you can suggest that being homophobic is the same as being a terrorist then so much the better.


    • DICK R says:

      Homophobic ? ALL small boys should from the moment that they are old enough to understand have, if not a fear of sodomists , be warned about them and their vile perversions !


  2. Cockney says:

    this is presumably a guide to the bleeding obvious


  3. Alex says:

    I’m sick and bloody tired with the cowardice of the Left-wing media and leftists in general. I’m sick of words like ‘radical’ and ‘Asian grooming’ being used when the words ‘terrorist’ and ‘Muslim paedophile’ should be adopted, and I’m sick of other religions getting dragged into this because the BBC and Sky are petrified to pinpoint a particular religion and say the words ‘Islam’ and ‘Muslims’. The reality is this: we have a seen a rapid growth of a medieval religion whose followers have flooded into this country since the sixties, many of whom are at total odds with our fathers’ and forefathers’ freedoms and values; there are ghettos in some cities where English isn’ even spoken, and yet that prat David Cameron says he wants to confront terrorism?! We also have had a treacherous, self-loathing liberal class who have sought to expedite this Islamic tsunami because for puerile, misguided ideological reasons; yes, you got it; these are the prats who still believe in ‘Give Peace A Chance’ and climb trees at fracking protests.

    Christians refuse to bake a gay couple a cake and the Left are out in militant force shouting, screaming and preparing for handbags at dawn against Christians. However, Muslim fascist terrorists kill and cause destruction worldwide and the streets are silent and it has nothing to with Islam. Awful disregard for women’s rights, homophobia, forced marriages, violent anti-British protests, FGM, peadophilia, madrasa schools, you name it, but it’s nothing to do with religion, right?


    • Stuart B says:

      I think we need to have some confidence that, even in these technological times, controlling the thoughts of your own population is a losing game.

      The current situation is that most people realise they are being lied to in one way or another. This often results in what our masters and activists decry as ‘apathy’.

      At some point, people will also realise that everyone else knows it too. At this point, it becomes possible for expressions of discontent with this situation to have a public face. There may be a certain amount of downright incivility, who knows?

      After that, well, it’s anyone’s guess – remember, it was a great surprise, not just to the Soviets but also to the West, just how fast the Berlin Wall came down when it finally fell.

      We are in a world where our rulers and communicators have voluntarily cut themselves off from the opinions of the majority of the populations they serve. They will be the last to know when they finally lose their monopoly of thought.


      • More Like The Soviet Bloc Every Day says:

        it was a great surprise, not just to the Soviets but also to the West, just how fast the Berlin Wall came down when it finally fell.

        Yeah, this is true. Many didn’t see it coming, but it was a confluence with the exhaustion of the communist system, the utter discontent of the people and the fact that Gorbechev was the right leader at the right time to allow it to happen peacefully. It was lucky to have proceeded the way it did. I fear though, that when our systems collapse, it won’t be quite so benign.

        This is a quote I lifted from another comment on another site by a woman called Clare Wolfe. Don’t know her myself, she’s a US libertarian, but the words are quite ominous and apposite

        “Before their thunder roars, there is a period of anticipation, in which more occurs than the literal-minded tyrant can ever understand. A few overt acts of sedition shatter the heavy peace. But the greater force, unrecognized, rolls forward in near silence, as millions of individuals quietly withdraw their consent from the state. The pundits call it apathy. They could not be more wrong.”
        Claire Wolfe


        • dave s says:

          Interesting quote from Clare Wolf.It has always been so and it is the speed with which change- real change not ersatz liberal change- happens which we humans never allow for.
          Concerning Gorbechev. A most remarkable man who grasped this fact and was determind to make it happen and fast.
          Much is still to be written about those days.
          It is essential now that we do not attempt to find common ground with the basis of modern liberalism. There is none and as soon as we grasp this in a real sense we are liberated from their noxious mantras and fantasies.


    • tarien says:

      Bang on Alex in all you say-just add that all Muslims are radicalised from bith. Here we go again with the BBC in Bangladesh with Michal Hussain a Muslim, showing the results of the £millions the UK & the UN has & is still pouring into this 100% Muslim country-what the H are we doing? What about looking after our own first-it appears we are forever supporting countries that would stab us in the back without a thought.


    • Geyza says:

      So, according to Cameron and the BBC et al, ISIS has nothing to do with Islam eh?

      Isis has nothing to do with Islam in exactly the same way that ethanol has nothing to do with alcohol.

      And if ISIS has nothing to do with Islam, then neither has the Qu’ran either.

      For example: Sura 8:55: Lo! the worst of beasts in Allah’s sight are the ungrateful who will not believe.

      Sura 98:6 Lo! those who disbelieve, among the People of the Scripture and the idolaters, will abide in fire of hell. They are the worst of created beings.

      The worst of anything God ever created, whether it be the unclean pigs, or bacteria, cancer cells or the AIDS virus. Unbelievers, even those among the People of the Book, are worse than that.

      “When you meet the unbelievers, strike the necks…” (Qur’an 47:4). …

      “The Quran contains at least 109 verses that call Muslims to war with nonbelievers for the sake of Islamic rule. Some are quite graphic, with commands to chop off heads and fingers and kill infidels wherever they may be hiding.
      note – Muslims who do not join the fight are called ‘hypocrites’ and warned that Allah will send them to Hell if they do not join the slaughter”

      Isis nothing to do with Islam??? in the opposite way that liberal lefty progressives have nothing to do with reality.


      • M says:

        In the interests of full disclosure I am a Muslim.

        Firstly it must be emphasized that the Quran is in Arabic and Arabic alone. No translation, no matter how good, is the Quran. (It is like Shakespeare is only Shakespeare if in its original language, no translation no matter how good can match the original Shakespeare.) Having said that I recommend that you use Muhammad Asad’s translation as that is the best one in the English tongue. His rendering is more accurate albeit a more difficult read.

        Secondly it is vital to study the Quranic verses not in isolation but together with all other verses of the same/similar topic. Without interpreting the whole of the Quran when studying a verse one will be open to misguidance (and those Muslims who dance to the tune of the Anti-Christ are using them as justification for their crimes e.g ISIS et al). The Quran was revealed to the Last Prophet and he was sent to teach it and therefore an understanding of the ahadiths are also necessary. Also vital to understanding it is the historical context of revelation.

        Thirdly a state of open war existed between the Muslims in Medina and the pagan Meccans. During this war many battles took place and treaties were made, voided & violated. This war commenced after the pagan Meccans persecuted and forced the Muslims to seek refuge from Mecca. (The pagan Meccans drew first blood!) It lasted until the Treaty of Hudaybiyah and recommenced when the pagans violated it. This carried on until the Battle of Hunayn (after the Conquest of Mecca).

        Coming to 8:55, It is from Surah Al Anfal which was mostly revealed during and around the time of the Battle of Badr. And it mainly concerns itself with that battle. This should be borne in mind when reading it.

        (8:52) [To them shall happen.] the like of what happened to Pharaoh’s people and those who lived before them: they denied the truth of God’s messages and so God took them to task for their sins. Verily, God is powerful, severe in retribution!
        (8:53)This ,because God would never change the blessings with which He has graced a people unless they change their inner selves : and [know] that God is all-hearing, all-seeing.
        (8;54)To those sinners shall happen] the like of what happened to Pharaoh’s people and those who lived before them: they gave the lie to their Sustainer’s messages – and so We destroyed them in return for their sins, and caused Pharaoh’s people to drown: for they were evildoers all.
        (8:55) Verily, the vilest creatures in the sight of God are those who are bent on denying the truth and therefore do not believe.

        8:55 is taking about those arrogant people who live like Pharoh and act like Pharoh.

        Concerning 98:6, let us read the preceding verses.

        (98:1)IT IS NOT [conceivable] that such as are bent on denying the truth – [be they] from among the followers of earlier revelation or from among those who ascribe divinity to aught beside God -should ever be abandoned [by Him] ere there comes unto them the [full] evidence of the truth:
        (98:2) an apostle from God, conveying [unto them] revelations blest with purity,
        (98:3) wherein there are ordinances of ever-true soundness and clarity.
        (98:4)Now those who have been vouchsafed revelation aforetime did break up their unity [of faith] after such an evidence of the truth had come to them.
        (98:5)And withal,they were not enjoined aught but that they should worship God, sincere in their faith in Him alone, turning away from all that is false;and that they should be constant in prayer; and that they should spend in charity:for this is a moral law endowed with ever-true soundness and clarity.
        (98:6)Verily, those who[despite all evidence]are bent on denying the truth -[be they]from among the followers of
        earlier revelation or from among those who ascribe divinity to aught beside God – will find themselves in the fire of hell, therein to abide: they are the worst of all creatures.

        Those people who in their hearts are convinced of the Truth sent to the Last Prophet but are bent on denying this are the worst creatures. Note this does not apply to all disbelievers.

        I hope my long response has answered some of the points. If you wish for further clarification I suggest correspondence with Islamic scholars (I am certainly not a scholar).


        • hippiepooter says:

          Thanks for that. Can you explain the bit about the ‘last prophet’ marrying a 6 year old and screwing her when she was 9?


  4. deegee says:

    Core British values? Does Nicky Morgan list them?


  5. Doublethinker says:

    All politicians in the UK today are prisoners to a greater or lesser extent of the liberal left disease of political correctness. I believe that some Tory politicians know well that radical Islam is strong and growing in the UK but are too afraid of the reaction from the liberal left, led of course by the BBC, to actually say so. So they resort to skirting round the problem and use of euphemisms. I expect that they also fear retaliation from the radical Muslims, not many people have the courage of Geert Wilders.
    However, I think that we are beginning to see even the left, such as Ms Abbott, beginning to show frustration at the Muslim community refusal to integrate and its growing alienation from the rest of Britain. In fact with each passing year Muslims in the UK, and the rest of Europe for that matter, become more radical and move further from , not towards, western culture.
    The policy of mass immigration and multiculturalism is now being shown up as a disaster which will cost Europe dear for many decades to come. This is even beginning to dawn on the left but don’t expect them to admit it. The tragedy is that many wise people years ago predicted that this would indeed be the outcome, Enoch Powell was vilified for it,but were ignored or attacked by the left for saying so. Meantime the idiots at the BBC are still doing their best to persuade the country that we should take loads more Muslims even though they know that Isil are sending their terrorists via this route. They truly are either mad or disgusting.


    • johnnythefish says:

      They truly are either mad or disgusting.

      Certainly disgusting, but not mad. Their subversion is very subtly calculated. They will know, for example, that anti-frackers and AGW activists, both of whom enjoy uncritical coverage from the BBC, are anti-capitalist, hard line socialists. And it is the same with immigration. If you read the Green Party manifesto it is the BBC’s own agenda writ large – no ifs and no buts.


      • Fulgentian says:

        The left-wing ideology represented by the BBC is so perverse, that I can well imagine a situation in 40 years time, when one of their ilk is about to be beheaded for their sexual proclivities in the new Sharia UK, their last thought will be a triumphant one:

        “At least the Tories aren’t in power”


    • tarien says:

      They are both mad and disgusting Doublethinker-however the real control of what has and is happening in this respect was shaped after WW2, with those Nazi supporters that survived to bring about the conclusion of what we have today in the form of the European Unon. The result was to be a World Governance which would work along Marxist principles which is communisim after all. The Muslim invasion is just another form of duplicity to destroy Europe / UK, as we know it. Internal war is not far off.


  6. Mark II says:

    Don’t worry about homophobia or radicalisation – the BBC, at the behest of David Cameron, Alex Salmond and Boris Johnson, are going to rebrand IS/ISIS/ISIL as Daesh and then it will be nothing to do with Islam.
    Apparently Muslims are sick of us equating their religion with terrorist outrages and we don’t want to upset them (for obvious reasons).


  7. Mrs Kitty says:

    Here in France since 2012 , 40 yes FORTY preachers of Hate Imams have been deported 10 alone from the beginning of this year


    • Anne says:

      So no doubt the French authorities said foxtrot oscar to the ‘uman rights brigade, as we should have done.

      T May should have realised that her first and only duty was to the people who elected her and paid her. Nobody else.


  8. stuart says:

    so, apart from the politacaly correct david camerons new mates saudi arabia and iran who hang gay people from cranes after friday prayers, the most homophobic nation in the world is quatar who are hosting the world cup in 2020,in fact to be a homosexual in quatar is illegal,why are we sucking up to all these homophobic nations,do you ever hear cameron and his human rights luvvies attack these state sponsered homophobes,no.its pick on and persecute easy targets like christians whether guest house owners or some christian vicar who does not believe in gay marriege,hypocrites the lot of them.


  9. chrisH says:

    Nah, this will be the excuse to lock up or banish kids talking crap about others being gay-it certainly will NOT be used as a marker for Islam.
    White chavvy kids will get a record, lads will still be unable to read anything but a duty-solicitors mobile number after hours-and the likes of Morgan and Cameron, Blower and Hunt will all be able to say that they`re targeting those opposed to gay games, civil weddings-and womens football whilst we`re at it.
    Islamic State will be quaking in their flip flops!
    The article on Lowestoft “coasting schools” on radio 4 this morning makes it all too clear that coasting schools will get the hard stare-cruising schools on the other hand will be flying that rainbow flag, and making homosexuality a compulsory option on their modular courses on “solidarity and equality”.
    Maybe Trojan Horse will prove to be a salve of a kind to nobble the effete left and their handmaid unions…at least Anjem wouldn`t let little boys hide up his long frock on school visits.


    • hippiepooter says:

      When Muslims see the degeneration of Western society all around them, it’s hard to convince them we’ve got something better to offer them by way of values. 30-40 years ago we could have done so. Embracing downing 10 pints and throwing up in someone’s garden and letting Stonewall perverts into schools to force-feed little boys that getting buggered is normal aren’t the sort of values that I’d like to trade for. The evil of Islam can only be dealt with by reclaiming our Christian values.


  10. chrisH says:

    Some BBC monkey in the run up to the 7 O Clock slalom on Radio 4 “news” this morning mentioned in passing that “Greece walked away from the table whilst dealing with the troika”.
    You`d miss this dig, en passant at the Greeks-clearly the Humphrys family are feeling the heat, and feel obliged to dump Syriza in the shit.
    My impression was that the troika dumped the Greek talks once Tsipras called his unilateral referendum-THAT was the Greeks sin, to go all democratic and have a vote on what those scumbags tend to do over profiteroles and Sancerre late in Brussels.
    And they do NOT-repeat do NOT-ask the plebs to vote on their plans…ask Ireland, Denmark, Holland and France among oters.
    So-in answer to my worry about whether the BBC would back the students and Russells ragout-or the Strauss Kahn types who are STILL like that-but have the suits, cars and Eurostar passes…no wonder the BBC vote for privilege once they`ve sent a signalling gesture of rebellion to us all back here.
    Stop lying BBC-the referendum screwed the love affair with Syriza-the Greeks themselves did NOT bale out, the EU/ECB/IMF did this.
    Lying hounds.


  11. no6 says:

    Yep I wouldnt like to play Tsipras at poker. What an amazing game of brinkmanship ending with a the royal flush of a vote by the people.
    Junkkers on the radio ealier could hardly hide his bile at the thought of the people being given the choice.


    • desperatedan says:

      i just cant see how the euro can possibly work without standardised wages, prices, rents , taxes, pensions etc etc etc. Really how can it ever work.


  12. Truthdoctor says:

    What will our descendants make of this when they study history in 100 years time?

    “Was it really true that in the early 21st century, western civilisation was too frightened and intimidated to talk about such obvious truths?

    “Why did people not want to admit that islam was a violent, intolerant sect? Why did they not fight it or resist it?

    Why did politicians and journalists conceal the truth and bury their heads in the sand? What caused this collective madness?
    “What was this political correctness? How did it work?


    • Al Shubtill says:

      They’ll just have to ask their Imam.


      • More Like The Soviet Bloc Every Day says:

        They’ll just have to ask their Imam.

        Lol! Good one.

        Humanity has been here before many times. We can all cast your minds back into the past and try to understand why certain things occurred. But all you can do is scratch your head. “Did he really make his horse a senator? …maybe he was just taking a lot of horse.” Just think how last year, much comment was expended on the cause and worth of the Great War and if it could have been preventable.

        I came across these two quotes from Churchill prior to WW2; it was from a recent article about Obama on American Thinker website and they seem appropriate:

        “I cannot recall at any time when the gap between the kind of words which statesmen used and what was actually happening in many countries was so great as it is now. The habit of saying smooth things and uttering pious platitudes and sentiments to gain applause, without relation to the underlying facts, is more pronounced now than it has ever been in my experience.”

        “… [w]hen the situation was manageable it was neglected, and now that it is thoroughly out of hand we apply too late the remedies which then might have effected a cure.
        Want of foresight, unwillingness to act when action would be simple and effective, lack of clear thinking, confusion of counsel until the emergency comes, until self-preservation strikes its jarring gong – these are the features which constitute the endless repetition of history.”


        • The spider in my bath is a philosopher says:

          Incitatus, the favourite horse of Caligula was reported to be given the position of Consul, not Senator.


          • More Like The Soviet Bloc Every Day says:

            That was probably because he was better suited for that role anyway. I would rather have a horse was running our affairs right now. At least the horse would have bolted by now… and then they could finally lock the stable doors/borders.


  13. The fly on the wall says:

    More Like The Soviet Bloc Every Day
    Wrong, history has not been here before.
    Sioux wars, Apache wars, Seminole wars, Cherokee wars.
    Inca resistance, Aztec resistance.
    Zulu wars, Bantu wars.
    Maori wars.
    These native peoples, and many others, resisted the incursion of European invaders.
    It may be instructive to note that, in many of these societies, when a king was seen to be weak, he was killed, and replaced.

    This is the first time in recorded history that an autochthonous population did not violently resist foreign invaders.
    This is the first time in recorded history that the “leadership” have attempted to exterminate their own people.

    The Commonwealth War Graves Commission developed a standard tombstone which family members of armed service personnel who had given their lives could choose to commemorate their dead.

    These slender. pale yellow, Portland stone memorials with their shallow top radius are to be found in most churchyards throughout the land.

    They are also to be found in serried arrays in the great war memorials in Flanders and elsewhere: appearing to stand at perpetual attention to their duty.

    Their sacrifice has been made, their duty is done.

    These are memorials to badly led heroes, to the victims of incompetent, self-serving politicians with the cultural-historical panoramic views of a frog.

    But these politicians of the recent past were not guilty of the disgusting treason which permeates through Europe today.

    These traitors are found in Westminster and in every town hall throughout this land and every state in the West.

    We are failing in our duty. Our duty to the past and our duty to the future.

    This duty is clear, to remove the traitors in our midst.
    We can then begin the task of removing the invaders.


    • More Like The Soviet Bloc Every Day says:

      I agree with you that this treason has never been perpetrated quite like this: with feelgood Marxist claptrap designed to denigrate our culture and disarm us from the incoming hordes.

      But treason has often been perpetrated by feckless idiotic elites or traitors and they helped bring down civilisations. Don’t forget the Barbarians never attacked until somebody on the inside opened the castle walls. That’s what I was really referring to.

      The difference is, there is still some time and people are becoming more and more aware. Nothing is inevitbale. Not yet.


  14. Techno says:

    Just been watching the comedy film We’re the Millers. At one point the dialogue between the characters is:

    “Just because I don’t want a p***s in my mouth it doesn’t mean I’m homophobic.”

    “Yes it does. That is EXACTLY what homophobic means.”



    • G.W.F. says:

      The important thing is to spot signs of homophobia at an early stage. Children who find the sight of a man’s cock right in their faces might be worth watching. Or, as I think, children have an innate sense of decency. Photo from Glastonbury.



  15. Matthew says:

    It sounds like Nicky Morgan, fully ‘cleansed’ of her previous opposition to gay marriage, has gone completely native and is now churning out the usual PC gobbledygook that you get from the Department of Education.


  16. Edward says:

    Of all the signs that a child could be walking along the path to Islamic terrorism, Nicky Morgan picks homophobia as one of them.

    “The NUT said the guidance would cause teachers “nervousness and confusion”.

    Yeah, because ALL major religions are homophobic!