August 16, 2019
Gay Cake episodes are spreading all throughout the Western world — just like The Gay itself.
A case involving a Christian bakery, which refused to make a cake with a slogan supporting same-sex marriage, has been referred to the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR).
Gareth Lee tried but failed to order the £36.50 cake at Ashers bakery in Belfast in May 2014.
The company declined the order as it was “at odds” with its beliefs.
Last year, the firm won its appeal at the UK Supreme Court, which ruled its actions were not discriminatory.
Mr Lee’s latest legal bid will argue that the Supreme Court “failed to give appropriate weight” to him under the European Convention of Human Rights.
You can always count on “Human” Rights to defend faggots, browns, blacks, and all kinds of degenerates.
The high-profile dispute began in 2014 when the bakery refused to make a cake with the slogan Support Gay Marriage.
Mr Lee, a gay rights activist, sued the company for discrimination on the grounds of sexual orientation and political beliefs.
But the bakery has always insisted its objection was to the message on the cake, not the customer.
Ashers lost the initial case which was taken against it and its subsequent appeal, but in October 2018 the firm won an appeal at the Supreme Court.
That bakery doesn’t understand how this works.
he owners of Ashers Bakery.
Slogans about faggotry is what these people are. It’s their identity. Refusing to make a cake with a slogan promoting The Gay is the same as refusing a customer infected with The Gay.
If you refuse The Gay in any form, expect White Genocide Rights to be used against you.
In a statement, Mr Lee’s solicitor said the latest legal bid “does not directly implicate the owners of Ashers bakery or challenge their right to privately hold religious/political views”.
“Instead the case will be against the United Kingdom, a member state of the European Court,” the statement read.
Meanwhile, Mr Lee said he would fight for the rights of business owners to hold their own religious beliefs.
“This is about limited companies being somehow able to pick and choose which customers they will serve.
“It’s such a dangerous precedent.”
Wait a minute.
Could it be that this Gareth Lee faggot isn’t really a faggot?
Could it be that this is an elaborate plot by this man to set a precedent of businesses having to serve people no matter what, ultimately aimed at defending absolute Free Speech on the Internet and Internet-based companies?
Chances are he’s just some faggot, but these gay cake cases really highlight the apparent schizophrenia of all these “discrimination” and “private companies” talking points.
On the one hand we’re told that businesses can refuse to serve people and that it’s okay for “Nazis” to be chased off of the Internet. On the other hand we’re told that businesses have to make gay cakes that promote The Gay with gay slogans and make cake for gays because apparently having a business also means that you’re forced to do business with anyone and everyone, no matter what.
These are conflicting situations that don’t really make sense unless you assume the goal to be white genocide.
They’re not after a coherent set of rules. They’re just out to get you.