Christian Right Party Plays on BNP Fear

Pentecostal minister George Hargreaves has posters in South London explaining why voters should choose him on 4 June:


MediaWatchWatch has some fun with the dodgy sentence structure (I suggest an en rule after “BNP); Harry’s Place scoffs at the claim, and notes Hargreaves’ Christian Right agenda – I blogged his anti-gay views here. He also once famously declared that environmental protections against overfishing should be scrapped because there is “a supernatural element in the restoration of fish to our seas”.

Back in the 1980s, before his Pentecostal days, Hargreaves wrote campy songs for a singer called Sinitta. Here are his most famous opuses:

7 Responses

  1. I suggest an en rule after “BNP

    How about an inverted crucifix? That’ll really get the point across.

  2. Those posters are up in Harlow too. What struck me about the poster is that it tells you absolutely nothing about the Christian People’s Alliance – no actual policies, nor fundamental beliefs and principles. As said above, the poster manages to be poorly written using a handful of words, so why would anyone save a precious few Christian fundies vote for them?

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  5. lol, so interesting…

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