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Blasphemous Simon James Green, the BBC & the teachers vs the Catholic Church

Tom Winnifrith
Thursday 28 April 2022

Mr Green is an author specialising in LGBTQA+ fiction. Some teachers invited him to two catholic schools in London, one secondary and one primary, to sign his books and speak to the kids.  The diocese objected and sacked the Governors who stood with Mr Green. Mr Green is now encouraging his followers to “make a noise”, that is to say harass on social media, anyone connected with the Diocese of Southwark smearing them as bigots and homophobes.  The teachers at one of the schools have gone on strike in support of the Governors. The BBC and the rest of the liberal media suggests that the left-footers are bigots. But hang on here…have they read Mr Green’s book?

Mr Green says he just wanted to talk to kids as young as 8 about his book Noah Can’t Even. We will skip past the numerous graphic gay love scenes which the teachers on the picket line reckon 8 year olds should be exposed to and get onto the version of the Lord’s Prayer in this book. I quote:

“Our Father, who art the gay boy? Noah be his name…” Oh yes, “people have better things to think about.” “He makes Harry come. He gives him one. On earth as it is in heaven…”  “And lead him straight into temptation. Right into a gay bar. For Noah is a gay boy. Who likes to suck cock. For ever and ever. He’s gay.”

That seems slam dunk blasphemous to me. Why on earth should a Catholic school have to offer a platform to such filth which insults the prayer at the heart of its faith?

Can you imagine teachers striking and the BBC “making noise” for the right of Mr Green to read a poem about Muhammed doing anal round at the local Islamic school?

The idea that teaching unions are on strike today for the right to expose this sort of material to eight year olds is just bonkers. Hopefully the left footers in Southwark will not stop at sacking governors and will be sacking a few teachers too.

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Tom Winnifrith is the editor of When he is not harvesting olives in Greece, he is (planning to) raise goats in Wales.
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