01 March, 2011


The world turned upside down

There is a certain irony in the fact that Eunice and Owen Johns — the clearly decent and competent serial foster parents who have lost their right to foster due to fears that as Pentecostal Christians they might "poison" their charges against homosexuality — are West Indians, or African Caribbeans as we are now required to say. This when we are apparently crying out for Black couples to foster problematical Black kids in a "culturally compatible environment".

The balance between sexuality human-rights victimhood points and faith human-rights victimhood points was undoubtedly fairly straightforward for the Righteous. Adding race to the mix must have them tied up in knots. All good fun.

In the sidebar of the Mail article linked above, I notice this link. I don't think I can add much to that.

Clearly, there's 'culturally compatible' and then there's too 'culturally compatible'...

Clearly the rights of the righteous trump the rights of the child.

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