If unfamiliar with the organization called Stonewall in the U.K. that is not what matters. Or, if unfamiliar with some of the people mentioned in the two articles below.

What matters is to know and understand the level of invasion, corruption, influence, and evil invited into the agencies, offices, and governments in the West. What is exposed in the articles below is not exclusive to the United Kingdom. The very same things from the very same founded in evil and lies militant, fascist homosexual and transgender movement are taking place in every agency and office in America. And throughout every Western nation.

Plunging ever deeper into the darkness and sin.

Permitting this evil open access and bowing to it as if it were their god.

Boris Johnson, the prime minister of Britain has openly declared himself a Christian as so many people do. Christians do not act and work to promote and elevate, to permit the evil of homosexuality and transgenderism to have free reign in a society and make policy decisions and be present invading every office. Deciding the course a nation of people will go. What they will observe and what their laws will be.

Do not be deceived.

Do not be lax or misguided, cowering, silent, fearful in boldly speaking the truth contained in Scripture with regard to sexual immorality, sexual perversion, and what constitutes marriage — which is plain and easy to understand.

We have arrived at the place we are due to denial and disbelief we could ever arrive at this place.

We have arrived where we are due to silence, ignorance, refusal to acknowledge just how evil and powerful were the forces behind the homosexual and transgender movements.

Refusing to believe how the overwhelming majority of people would so easily bow to these sexual immoralities and sexual deviancies and perversions which are not only against God but against nature and the very acts that infect and eventually erode and rot a society from within.

The enemy is sin.

And the enemy is embraced and given free reign in not only the U.K. but in every nation of the world. Including the United States a place most people cannot be objective about. The levels of corruption and sin, of perversions and evil within the U.S. government offices and agencies, if revealed — and there is coming a day when all will be revealed and nothing hidden or secret any longer — most folks would do more than gasp, or share their heads, or have a surprised expression on their faces.

An immoral sinful cancer permitted to grow and kill. To lie and deceive. Worshipped as if it were a god and pure and untouchable.

Such tragedy. Such sinfulness. Such blindness and perversity.

Embraced, elevated, worshipped, and never questioned. And far too many of those who know the truth — the remnant of true believers on this earth — remain silent, otherwise occupied, fearful of speaking or writing the truth about these immoralities that only lead to eternal death.

Why are the following articles here? Because too few really know what is really taking place. The depths of evil present and there only being more to come.

Due to our silence. Our appeasement. Our looking the other way. Our refusing to take evil seriously. Or even worse than that — those professing to be disciples of the Lord Jesus Christ approving of, inviting in, accepting of these sins and immoralities.

Woe is U.S.

Woe is the U.K.

Woe is any and all who refuse to know and speak and write the truth and rather than abiding in the word they abide in evil and make it their bed — their deathbed in time if they do not repent and come out from the darkness and into the light of the Word of God and the Lord Jesus Christ.

Do not be deceived. Do not believe those who claim to be one of Christ’s and yet are also accepting of the sin and immoralities of homosexuality and transgenderism.

Woe unto them that call evil good, and good evil; that put darkness for light, and light for darkness; that put bitter for sweet, and sweet for bitter!

Isaiah 5:20 — King James Version

Whoever believes in the Son has eternal life; whoever does not obey the Son shall not see life, but the wrath of God remains on him.

John 3:36 — English Standard Version

Satan, the demons believe in Jesus. They shudder at the knowledge of Jesus. Yet they are not saved. They do not OBEY the Son of God even though they all know that Jesus is the son of God. It takes more than belief. Belief is the first step. It takes repentance. It takes a true regeneration, a real transformation within a person by the Holy Spirit, which alters, changes a person’s heart, mind and spirit. It takes OBEDIENCE. Discipleship. Not merely talking but bearing fruit. Evidence of faith. And that is not accomplished in appeasing evil, not calling sin sin. Not turning from the Word of God to adapt the words and evil of the world.

Wise up. Wise up in the word of God.

Eternity — the where of it all depends on the how what and who of it all.

Let no one deceive you with empty words, for because of these things the wrath of God comes upon the sons of disobedience.

Ephesians 5:6 — English Standard Version

Put to death therefore what is earthly in you: sexual immorality, impurity, passion, evil desire, and covetousness, which is idolatry. On account of these the wrath of God is coming. In these you too once walked, when you were living in them.

Colossians 3:5-6 — English Standard Version


Ken Pullen

Tuesday, November 16th, 2021

ACP — A Crooked Path


All-powerful Stonewall has overreached itself

The lesbian, homosexual, bisexual, and transgender lobby group has swallowed our institutions

By Melanie Phillips

Monday, November 15, 2021

Reprinted from The Times [London]


As MPs thrash around mired in sleaze, the Stonewall affair reminds us that it’s not just in parliament where lobbying is a questionable activity.

Taking the side of transgender campaigners in the great fissure dividing the lesbian, homosexual, bisexual, and transgender community between the lesbians, homosexuals, and bisexuals and the transsexuals, Stonewall has inadvertently exposed its influence to a harsh spotlight.

The extent of that influence is astounding. The BBC, which aimed to become one of Stonewall’s “diversity champions”, redrafted the BBC News style guide to redefine sex as gender. Ofcom, whose remit includes regulating the BBC, turned out also to subscribe to Stonewall’s equality index and diversity scheme.

The NHS paid Stonewall to advise that patients should access wards, lavatories or showers according to their self-defined “gender”; any patients who objected were labelled “transphobic”.

While some of these institutions are now cutting their Stonewall ties over its trans agenda, its influence has penetrated the heart of government. Nikki da Costa, Boris Johnson’s former head of legislative affairs, has claimed that a group of the prime minister’s most senior advisers are allowing Stonewall to dictate government policy on trans rights.

It’s hard to think of another lobby group that has so thoroughly infiltrated the establishment and ruling class. As Da Costa observed: “There is no other organisation — no business, or charity, no matter how big — that can pick up the phone to a special adviser sitting outside Boris Johnson’s office and get that person to speak directly to the prime minister. But that is the kind of access that Stonewall has.”

So how did it become such a key player? And how did it bring about the rainbow revolution?

The most important factor was the decades-long heterosexual onslaught against accepted sexual ethics. Marriage lost its sacred status and became detached from procreation. Sex became little more than a recreational sport.

Easier divorce, the rise of cohabitation and the indulgence of elective single parenthood redefined marriage as a merely transactional contract, diminished the importance of biological parents and transformed parenthood from a duty to a right. As such, it was easy to argue that these benefits should apply to gay people too. Under the rubric of “lifestyle choice”, gay equality was unarguable and axiomatic. What was once forbidden became tolerated and then turned into an ideology that brooked no dissent.

So inviting Stonewall to set the agenda for the BBC or Whitehall was viewed not as an improper abuse of journalistic, professional or constitutional ethics, but as merely reinforcing unchallengeable rights. Except they weren’t unchallengeable. And so the movement to liberate gay people from intolerance turned into a vehicle for intolerance. Christian bakers were dragged through the courts for refusing to bake cakes promoting gay marriage. Orthodox Jewish schools that never touch the issue of sex were instructed to teach their pupils about homosexuality.

Homosexual activists turned character assassination against “homophobes” into high politics. Named as Stonewall’s “bigot of the year” in 2011, I was a prime target.

Having been accused over the years of being just about every kind of phobe, denier or oppressor, I can plausibly claim to be the most multiply cancelled person on the planet. Yet my guess is that the homosexual campaign against me did the most damage, for the same reason that this agenda has experienced so little pushback.

For its advance was not just because opposing it was to court professional and social suicide. It was because so many of us had friends or family who were homosexual. It was because opposing that agenda meant that people we liked or loved would be badly hurt by what they felt was an attack on the core of their identity and their right to happiness.

Invited years ago by Stonewall to a meeting to explain my viewpoint, I told them that traditional family life was the foundation for Britain’s values of individual freedom and social responsibility that created a functioning and civilised society. Through their agenda, they were therefore completing the destruction wrought by heterosexuals in sawing off the branch on which they themselves sat along with the rest of us.

They got the point. One said: “I would agree with you — if I wasn’t homosexual.” On another occasion, a lesbian said to me: “It’s all very well saying that having two biological parents is best for children but where does that leave me?” To which cry of pain there was no comfortable answer.

And so the pass was sold. It was no longer possible to adopt the liberal position that people’s sexual lives were their own affair but the homosexual rights agenda was harmful. It was no longer possible to promote traditional marriage and biological parenting as the most reliable way of ensuring the best emotional health and life chances for the next generation.

Feelings now trumped the common good. To invert the motto of the 1960s, the political had become the personal. Now transgender people say they’re entitled to change the rules on pronouns, lavatories, competitive sport and the rest of it on the same basis as Stonewall’s original demand — that their agenda of upending foundational values must determine policy for everyone else.

In choosing to side with the transgender lobby, however, Stonewall has abandoned the homosexuals and lesbians for whom it transformed society. So the revolution is once again eating its own. But as we can all now see, not before it had already swallowed the country’s institutions whole.

Boris Johnson’s senior advisers are ‘letting Stonewall dictate trans policies’


By Jo Bartosch and Oliver Wright

Saturday, November 13, 2021

Reprinted from The Times [London]

Nikki da Costa


A group of Boris Johnson’s most senior advisers are allowing government policy on transgender rights to be dictated by Stonewall, a former aide to the prime minister has warned.

Nikki da Costa, who stood down as Johnson’s director of legislative affairs in August, claimed the prime minister was being presented with “skewed” advice by a powerful lobby in No 10 that was undermining women’s rights.

She alleged this extended to deciding what Johnson saw in his red boxes and refusing to arrange meetings with people who would present opposing views. She added it was having a “chilling” effect on some staff who risked being seen as “difficult” by the most senior political officials.

“There is no other organisation — no business, or charity, no matter how big — that can pick up the phone to a special adviser sitting outside Boris Johnson’s office and get that person to speak directly to the prime minister. But that is the kind of access that Stonewall has.

“I’ve never seen that in any other circumstances in Downing Street.”

While Da Costa refused to name the aides, Johnson’s most senior advisers include figures such as Henry Newman who have supported the role of Stonewall’s diversity training programme in government.

Carrie Johnson, the prime minister’s wife, also spoke at a pro-Stonewall Conservative lesbian, homosexual, bisexual, and transgender event at this year’s Tory conference in Manchester.

Da Costa said a pro-Stonewall lobby at the top of Downing Street had influenced the government’s current conversion therapy consultation, stymying attempts by ministers to challenge the sway of Stonewall across Whitehall.

However, it is said to have divided staff in Downing Street with some suggesting that policies enabling gender self-identification are eroding the rights of women.

Da Costa claimed the prime minister was only getting the view of Stonewall on the clash between sex-based rights and those based on gender identity. “The PM is not receiving the range of opinions on the debate around gender identity that he should,” she said.

“It is a result of a very small group of advisers being able to control what goes in the prime minister’s box and the advice he sees.”

Da Costa added that female Downing Street staff who questioned whether the prime minister was getting balanced advice risked alienation.

“They have to fight pretty hard to be in the room, and then to say ‘OK I’m going to take the fact that somebody pretty senior may be pretty pissed off with me and that may mean that I’m less effective in other areas’.”

She added: “We’ve seen it in other workplaces. You have to take risks and you may experience a chilling effect because you’re being ‘difficult’.”

Da Costa, who also worked for Theresa May, said she didn’t see that in previous No 10s. “If you ask ‘would staff be able to ensure that the prime minister and other decision-makers are aware of gender-critical views?’ then I would say there is an imbalance because those that might present an alternative view are not necessarily always in the room.” she said.

She added that Downing Street had always worked by allowing key advisers to filter what the prime minister saw but that problems could arise if that advice was skewed.

“If somebody has a particular view, if somebody favours for example the view that opposing the Stonewall position is transphobic, then you have a real issue. It is frustrating for ministers as well.”

Da Costa cited the government consultation on banning conversion therapy that could potentially make it a criminal offence for therapists to try to help patients with gender dysphoria to feel comfortable in their birth sex.

The consultation period was halved from the normal 12-week period to six weeks, which Da Costa said was “driven” by a desire “to get a good news story” in time for next year’s government-backed lesbian, homosexual, bisexual, transgender, and queer equality conference.

“The fear is that if we don’t get this right then therapists, doing perfectly legitimate work, particularly supporting vulnerable children, could find themselves in court accused of coercing someone into not undergoing gender alignment surgery. There’s no reason why the government can’t take a few more weeks, even a couple months to get this right.”

A Downing Street official said: “The prime minister has been consistently clear that he is hugely proud of our country’s record on lesbian, homosexual, bisexual, and transgender issues but we must not rest on our laurels.

“The government is making progress in a variety of areas, from banning lesbian, homosexual, bisexual, and transgender conversion therapy to extending same-sex marriage to all parts of the U.K.”