High Court (Remitted Case)
July 8, 2014

High Court, London July 2014

“At no point in the extensive Mayoral pre-election media coverage capturing the bus campaign–except when a legal challenge was launched more recently – did Mr Johnson disavow the impression that the decision to pull our advertisement was his own rather than that of Transport for London, which he now insists. Our advert simply mirrored Stonewall’s in attesting that some individuals have left homosexuality and no longer identify as “gay”, despite once having done so. But this is an intolerable position for those bent on refusing dissention in this area, and for those courting their vote”


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“this apparently subservient judgement simply confirms how the ongoing, but dishonest determination of activists and those serving them, fuelled and supported by newspapers like the Guardian, manifested and orchestrated through “trial by twitter”, will accept neither dissent nor debate. The advance of the homosexual agenda in Great Britain has been propagated not on the valid rights of freedom of choice, but on the myth that homosexuality is an immutable category assigned at birth. Core Issues Trust supports freedom of choice and LGBT dignity but the campaign to promote homosexuality by the government, incrementally by the state church, and now the judiciary is ill-founded on notions of genetic determinism and is without uncontested scientific evidence. It will ultimately fail in Britain and in Europe not least because it is based on and propelled by a lie. Both Boris Johnson’s dishonestly, his party’s line and the tale his media officer told in court is quite consistent with this trend. I’m sorry Judge Lang has refused to distance herself from it”


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