Green claims responsibility for bloody bible ad

Everyone’s favourite Christian fundamentalist Stephen “Dogshit” Green has chirped up on the controversy over the recent advertisment from the Gay Police Association.

According to him, it isn’t the Chrisitian Institute or the Chrisitan Police Association who are responsible for the furore. It’s him. He says:

Although the Gay Police Association cannot abide the Christian Police Association, it is the actions of Christian Voice which appear to have tipped them into the clutches of the men in white coats.

And also gloats over his poorly written spoof website “True Vision”.


7 Responses to “Green claims responsibility for bloody bible ad”

  1. Richard says:

    With typical illiteracy, Green’s press release refers to their “coup de gras”. Maybe he meant “coup de grace”, although “a blow of fat” sounds more like his style

  2. Please don’t hit the fat!

  3. Shaun Hollingworth says:

    He ought to get his mate Hargreaves the Vicar to write us a camp song about it….

  4. Incitatus says:

    I know he’s deluded and self-aggrandising, and I can’t pretend I care what he says. Surely the attention you give him only helps prop up his ego? How about only reporting about him (same goes for Beyer) when he’s actually had a successful campaign instead of giving him a mention seemingly every time he crows from his dungheap?

    Other than that, I love the site. :)

  5. BSE says:

    Anything to get himself in the press! Made me laugh that in the last edition of the Pink Paper he was quoted as saying that his anti-pride protest was so poorly turned out due to it being “too intimidating” and that there was “the spirit of the anti-christ”… then on the letters page there was a letter by him spewing his Romans tripe. Nice to see that he likes reading the Pink Paper (The gay equivalent of The Sun!!)

  6. Andy A says:

    Maybe he also meant to add the circumflex and say coup de grĂ¢ce (although there’s no saying it’s come out here on everyone’s browser).

    Isn’t there something chilling about police who are Christians, or Christians who are police?

    As for the ‘too intimidating’ nonsense, didn’t his Lord find things just a bit intimidating when he sat in the Garden of Gethsemene and asked God to ‘take this cup’? Allowing for a moment the historicity of all this, I’d have thought he’d be shitting himself. So much for Christian principles of standing up for your God and your beliefs, eh, what?

  7. [...] The Pink News today reports that the Gay and Lesbian Humanist Association (GALHA) have accused Christian Voice of hypocrisy after Stephen Green recently claimed to be responsible for the Gay Police Association’s “bloody bible” advert. [...]