“Tolerance” : the British Experience – Loss of freedom of conscience.

A)  A  call  for  tolerance


B) Tolerance  in  the UK

The  British  Legislature  has  determined  that  in  a  liberal  democracy  persons  with  traditional  christian  values  will  run  a  foul  of  the law  if  they ” discriminate  in  the  provision  of   goods, facilities and services on   the  grounds of sexual orientation”.

The  implications  of   the  ruling   are  profound  and  essentially  removes  freedom  of  conscience for  persons  with traditional Christian values.

For  example,  the  ruling  implies  that  Christians  who  provide  a  service  of  lodging (hotel, inn etc)  may  not  deny  this  service  to  a  group  which  is  seeking  to  use  the  facility  and  during  their  use  of  it  pursue  male homosexual   erotic  behaviour  such  as  anal  penetration, fisting,”farming”, felching, rimming, scat, watersports etc .

See Hard  Cell  website (this contains  explicit  material)  published  by  Terrence  Higgins  Trust  at :. 


The commitment to  the  elimination  of   freedom  of  conscience  in order  to  facilitate    sexual  orientation  is  demonstrated  in  the  Courts  rulings  against  persons  with  traditional  christian  values  because  they held  to  those values  and   statements  made  by  the  judges . 

Commenting  on the  case  of  Lillian  Ladele ,  a Christian  who  was  forced  to  resign  because  she  refused  to  perform same – sex  unions, Master of the Rolls, Lord Neuberger,  said:


“The legislature has decided that the requirements of a modern liberal democracy … include outlawing discrimination in the provision of goods, facilities and services on grounds of sexual orientation, subject only to very limited exceptions.”


C )

The  Master  of  the Rolls  is  the second highest  judge  in  Britain :

See :


The Keeper or Master of the Rolls and Records of the Chancery of England, known as the Master of the Rolls, is the second most senior judge in England and Wales, after the Lord Chief Justice. The Master of the Rolls is the presiding officer of the Civil Division of the Court of Appeal. The first record of a Master of the Rolls is from 1286, although it is believed that the office probably existed earlier than that.

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