To coincide with the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee, the 60th year of her reign, British activist and OutRage! founder Peter Tatchell offers a scathing review of how Queen Elizabeth II has treated the gay public.
"While she has spoken approvingly of the UK’s many races and faiths, for six decades she has ignored LGBT Britons,” Tatchell says. “Judging from her silence, it seems that we are the unspeakable ones — the people she cannot bear to acknowledge or mention in public. Why the double standards?"
Personally, I prefer her ignoring us. It’s a lot better than her alternate ways of dealing with “the unspeakable ones.” Just ask Lady DIE.
"Astonishingly,” Tatchell continues, “since she became Queen in 1952, the words ‘gay and “lesbian’ have never publicly passed her lips. There is no record of her ever speaking them. Even when she announced government plans for gay law reform in her Queen’s speeches, she did not use the words lesbian or gay. Apparently, mentioning LGBT people is beneath the dignity of the monarch.”
Oh, I’m sure she’s said “lesbian” and “gay"; we just couldn’t understand because she’s a descendant of a cold-blooded reptilian race, so it probably just sounded like a snake’s hiss.
"When there are major tragedies involving the loss of life, the Queen often visits the site and the victims in hospital,” Tatchell says. “This did not happen when neo-Nazi David Copeland bombed the Admiral Duncan gay pub in Soho, London, in 1999, killing three people and wounding 70 others. At the time, it was the worst terrorist outrage in mainland Britain for many years. To most people’s surprise, the Queen did not visit the bombed-out pub or the hospitalized victims.”
Yes, when there are major tragedies involving the loss of life, the Queen often visits the site and the victims in hospital goes to the hospital to make selections for her next Satanic sacrifice.
And of course she didn’t go to the bombed-out gay pub. She probably bombed it. Only amateurs go back to the scene of the crime! If her 60-year reign proves anything, it’s that the Queen is no amateur.
In conclusion, Tatchell says, “As head of state, the Queen is supposed to represent and embrace all British people, not just some. How much longer will the LGBT community have to wait for royal recognition and acceptance?"
Sure, the Queen is supposed to represent and embrace all British people, not just some, but everyone knows she really doesn’t care about anyone but her inbred family and other Illuminati members. How much longer will the LGBT community have to wait for royal recognition and acceptance? Not long. Once she helps initiate a new world order, we’ll all be equally recognized in concentration camps.
I can hardly contain my jubilation!