Intelek International statement on Barbados PM plans to legalize “gay unions”.

I write to express my profound concern about Barbados’ Prime Minister Mia Mottley’s Throne Speech proposal to legalize homosexual unions in Barbados.

Both my support for the human rights of homosexuals and my concern about the dangerous, intrusive “liberties” being taken by some celebrity and other excessively influential homosexuals – like Sir Elton John, Ellen Degeneres, Sandi Toxvig, Graham Norton and other celebrity British and American “gay gospel” campaigners – should be well known.

Since 2012, at least, I have been publishing my concerns about the socioeconomic and sociopolitical “overbite” or “overreach” of these “gay gospel” apostles and their heterosexual allies (people like David Cameron, Barack Obama and Madonna) who politically and commercially “commodify” human sexuality and other core, critical features of human identity, consciously or unconsciously.

It was in 2012, while affiliated with the citizen journalism publisher Allvoices.com that I expressed deep reservations about then re-election hopeful US president Obama’s endorsement of gay marriage.

I followed that up with explanations of my reservations, which have to do with the potentially exploitative, oppressive, concept of marriage that has been consciously or unconsciously propagated by institutional, politicised Christianity since the confusion of the unwritten New Covenant with the written New Testament in the second century AD.

I will soon compile a list of articles in which I have been outlining my concerns over the past eight years and publish that list here, as a follow-up to this statement.

For now, I will only say that my core concern is that because we human beings struggle to understand the deep biological and psychosocial dynamics of heterosexuality, upon which the propagation of our species depends, rushed, reckless efforts to normatize homosexuality poses peculiar existential perils.

These are not just questions of “lifestyle choice”, as one gay rights mantra insists.

These are matters of life and death, as the phenomenon of marital murder and related violence makes clear.

Marital power struggles often end fatally or with life altering physical and psychological injuries to men and women, and to children, in many cases.

My concern is that influenced consciously or unconsciously by Christianity’s written New Testament aided and abetted legalistic overbite, and overreach into the domestic affairs of couples and parents, many people are turning to written, legally codified and commodified homosexual unions to redress the challenges of marital power struggles that have their root in those deep genetically and environmentally complex dynamics.

I believe that it is significant that the same written New Testament that likens heterosexual marriage to “the mystery of Godliness” (Ephesians 5:22 – 33) also warns us that literalism and legalism can have fatal consequences (2 Corinthians 3:6).

Even Charles Dickens speaks to the mindboggling, legal stipulations transcending complexity of heterosexual marital power distribution in his book Oliver Twist, from which we get the phrase “the law is an ass”.

Here is the relevant quotation, in which the character Mr Bumble seeks to lay all the blame for the abuse and victimization that he and Mrs Bumble had inflicted on Oliver on her:

“It was all Mrs. Bumble. She would do it,” urged Mr. Bumble; first looking round, to ascertain that his partner had left the room.

That is no excuse,” returned Mr. Brownlow. “You were present on the occasion of the destruction of these trinkets, and, indeed, are the more guilty of the two, in the eye of the law; for the law supposes that your wife acts under your direction.”

If the law supposes that,” said Mr. Bumble, squeezing his hat emphatically in both hands, “the law is a ass — a idiot. If that’s the eye of the law, the law is a bachelor; and the worst I wish the law is, that his eye may be opened by experience — by experience.”

The “gay mafia”

I have also published my concerns, like those of Pope Francis I and others, that secretive, “gay mafia” type entities have been using the legitimate grievances of homosexuals to advance questionable, potentially deeply harmful sociopolitical agendas.

And I have been expressing related concerns about the misandry overbite and overreach (excesses) of politically motivated fundamentalist feminist individuals and organizations for at least fifteen years.

My concerns about the intersection of fundamentalist feminist and “gay gospel” interests are particularly relevant to the timing of prime minister Mottley’s throne speech gay union legalizing announcement, coinciding as it does with her announcement of her intention to take Barbados out of its “colonial” relationship with the British monarchy, despite gaining independence in 1966.

I address this coincidence in a Facebook conversation I had with the mental health advocate Joe Bartholomew earlier today.

Bartholomew, whom I first met at the International Emerging Proud event hosted by Katie Mottram in London in May 2017, had posted a link about Mottley’s plan to end Barbados’ constitutional ties to the British monarchy in the Radical Culture Bristol group that he created on Facebook.

A brief extract from that conversation follows and a fuller extract is included at the end of this article/statement.

The larger conversation extract reveals my thinking about the perceptions of power and its distribution both within Barbados’ domestic politics and its foreign policy.

Intriguingly, links can be made from the conversation to the way concepts of power and disenfranchisement are also treated in Oliver Twist, where there is an arguably oracular link to the West Indies and Australia.

I close this article/statement and that extract with a link to a petition to the British Parliament that I created yesterday. The petition calls on Parliament to take advantage of the opportunity created by the COVID-19 pandemic to prioritize the role of parents, not schools, in the socialization of children.

Brief extract from my conversation with Joe Bartholomew

“The timing is interesting, given her (Mottley’s) statements about independence.
Some might say she and others in Barbados have an issue with heterosexual monarchies because of their preference for homosexual ‘kings’ and ‘queens’
Have you any concerns about Barbados and other developing countries becoming ‘colonialist’ clients of ‘queens’ like Sir Elton John and ‘kings’ like Sandi Toxvig?”

Covert classical conditioning by gay media interests

Is there a substantial difference between the written New Testament aided and abetted Christian “gay conversion therapy” practices that many gay rights advocates denounce, and the simplistic legalistic, New Testament proximating “canonical” promotion of a homosexual orthodoxy from primary, through tertiary and other formal and informal educational settings (especially via the print and electronic media) and in other public fora that those same advocates applaud?

From my perspective, they seem to be of the same controversial, potentially abusive, secretive social conditioning intent as the “Little Albert” experiment featured in the film above.

Lengthier extract of my conversation with Joe Bartholomew:

Joe: I just find it astonishing that the Monarchy of Britain was still seen as the head of state of Barbados up until 2020 in the 21st century. There are working people who are British Royalist supporters who see the Queen and the British Monarchy as harmless without realising they are a symbol of the British Empire. And their influence overseas still lingers on. More recently the British Prime Minister Boris Johnson said our colonial past is nothing to be embarrassed about. To me, it seems imperative for slavery and colonialism to be taught at British schools so the British public are informed and have their awareness raised. To stir a social conscience from an early age and to understand the lack of reparations around the world. How the third world’s debts and underdevelopment are a result of slavery and colonialism due to Western Imperialist nations.

Me: Thanks for that fulsome response Joe.
If you could point me to the context in which Boris Johnson made that claim, I might respond to his views specifically.
In the meantime, I’ll just say that I trust the judgement of Barbados’ “Father of Independence” Errol Walton Barrow, who led the negotiation process with Britain over Barbados’ independence.
As far as I can tell Barrow was as proud and independent a thinker as any Barbadian of his time.
He was also an astute socialist theorist and was aware of Barbados’ geopolitical and socio-economic vulnerabilities.
I agree that “it’s imperative for slavery and colonialism to be taught at British schools so the British public are informed and have their awareness raised.”
I too believe in stirring “social conscience from an early age… to understand the lack of reparations around the world. How the third world’s debts and underdevelopment are a result of slavery and colonialism due to Western Imperialist nations.”
Where our views diverge is on your silence on the role of Africans themselves in the slave trade as traders.
Born and raised in Barbados and suffering egregious abuse and victimization at the hands of the island’s political Black directorate and their Asian, White, Middle-Eastern and other allies, I probably have a more nuanced, Barrowesque view of Barbadian identity and geopolitical realities than you do.
Have you seen news about Barbados PM Mia Mottley’s intention to legalize “gay unions”?
The timing is interesting, given her statements about independence.
Some might say she and others in Barbados have an issue with heterosexual monarchies because of their preference for “homosexual” kings and “queens”
Have you any concerns about Barbados and other developing countries becoming “colonialist” clients of “queens” like Sir Elton John and “kings” like Sandi Toxvig?
Do you understand how they, Barack Obama, Joe Biden, Hilary Clinton, Kelly-Anne Conway, Pope Francis, Bernie Sanders and other darlings of Western media can validly be viewed as Western royalty, irrespective of the ideology they espouse publicly?

Joe: I just find it shameful of Britain how things like Brexit are voted for and there are campaigns like black lives matter, yet there is no attention drawn to how Britain are acting in unethical and inhumane ways overseas. I see professional footballers before kick-off in football standing on one knee to symbolically support the black lives matter campaign, but what direct action is being implimented politically and socially to change and reform things for the better?

Me: I think any real or perceived failings by Britain overseas are rooted in its domestic relations dynamics. As the saying goes, “charity begins at home”.
Britain has been my home for the past 14 years. Thanks to Barrow, Britain, and especially the BBC (“auntie”) have been influencing my, Barbadian PM Mottley’s, reparations crusader Sir Hilary Beckles and other Barbadians’ thinking from birth. Beckles’ reparations strategy certainly seems to owe more to Birmingham and the “Garveyites” he met there than it does to Barrow.
Anyway, does a petition count as direct action with you? Providentially, I created one today appealing to parliament to redress the imperialist, colonialist influence of schools/universities by prioritizing the home as the dominant socializing agency.
My petition cites the work of Barbadian education Dame Nita Barrow, educator alongside that of England’s Sir Ken Robinson. Dame Nita was Errol Barrow’s sister.
Will you sign it?
It reads:
Review home education concepts and policies to seize COVID-19 reform opportunity
The COVID-19 pandemic is a chance to redress conceptual and structural weaknesses in the UK’s education provision that have been imperiling children’s/young adults’ health and well being for decades. The prior role of homes in socialization (not schools) needs to be asserted unequivocally.
This is an opportunity to progress reforms that the late Dame Nita Barrow, Sir Ken Robinson and other Commonwealth thinkers have discussed for half a century. We can redress eroding mental health, child sexual abuse and related outrages of basic decency stemming from parents ceding their duty of care to religious and secular institutional entities. Home education is degenerating while parents pursue personal liberty fantasies. COVID-19 has exposed the need to redress this dangerous tendency.


Click this link to sign the petition: R

https://petition.parliament.uk/petitions/551935/sponsors/new?token=cyY3MfslzddF5DLwQf1BR

Junior (Jay) Campbell

Founder-Principal

Intelek International

22/02/2020

(Updated 27/09/2020)

Original

I write to express my profound concern about Barbados’ Prime Minister Mia Mottley’s Throne Speech proposal to legalize homosexual unions in Barbados.

Both my support for the human rights of homosexuals and my concern about the dangerous, intrusive “liberties” being taken by some celebrity and other excessively influential homosexuals – like Sir Elton John, Ellen Degeneres, Sandi Toxvig, Graham Norton and other celebrity British and American “gay gospel” campaigners – should be well known.

Since 2012, at least, I have been publishing my concerns about the socioeconomic and sociopolitical “overbite” or “overreach” of these “gay gospel” apostles and their heterosexual allies (people like David Cameron, Barack Obama and Madonna) who politically and commercially “commodify” human sexuality and other core, critical features of human identity, consciously or unconsciously.

It was in 2012, while affiliated with the citizen journalism publisher Allvoices.com that I expressed deep reservations about then re-election hopeful US president Obama’s endorsement of gay marriage.

I followed that up with explanations of my reservations, which have to do with the potentially exploitative, oppressive, concept of marriage that has been consciously or unconsciously propagated by institutional, politicised Christianity since the confusion of the unwritten New Covenant with the written New Testament in the second century AD.

I will soon compile a list of articles in which I have been outlining my concerns over the past eight years and publish that list here, as a follow-up to this statement.

For now, I will only say that my core concern is that because we human beings struggle to understand the deep biological and psychosocial dynamics of heterosexuality, upon which the propagation of our species depends, rushed, reckless efforts to normatize homosexuality poses peculiar existential perils.

These are not just questions of “lifestyle choice”, as one gay rights mantra insists.

These are matters of life and death, as the phenomenon of marital murder and related violence makes clear.

Marital power struggles often end fatally or with life altering physical and psychological injuries to men and women, and to children, in many cases.

My concern is that influenced consciously or unconsciously by Christianity’s written New Testament aided and abetted legalistic overbite, and overreach into the domestic affairs of couples and parents many people are turning to written, legally codified and commodified homosexual unions to redress the challenges of marital power struggles that have their root in those deep genetically and environmentally complex dynamics.

I believe that it is significant that the same written New Testament that likens heterosexual marriage to “the mystery of Godliness” (Ephesians 5:22 – 33) also warns us that literalism and legalism can have fatal consequences (2 Corinthians 3:6).

Even Charles Dickens speaks to the mindboggling, legal stipulations transcending complexity of heterosexual marital power distribution in his book Oliver Twist, from which we get the phrase “the law is an ass”.

Here is the relevant quotation, in which the character Mr Bumble seeks to lay all the blame for the :

“It was all Mrs. Bumble. She would do it,” urged Mr. Bumble; first looking round, to ascertain that his partner had left the room.

That is no excuse,” returned Mr. Brownlow. “You were present on the occasion of the destruction of these trinkets, and, indeed, are the more guilty of the two, in the eye of the law; for the law supposes that your wife acts under your direction.”

If the law supposes that,” said Mr. Bumble, squeezing his hat emphatically in both hands, “the law is a ass — a idiot. If that’s the eye of the law, the law is a bachelor; and the worst I wish the law is, that his eye may be opened by experience — by experience.”

The “gay mafia”

I have also published my concerns, like those of Pope Francis I and others, that secretive, “gay mafia” type entities have been using the legitimate grievances of homosexuals to advance questionable, potentially deeply harmful sociopolitical agendas.

And I have been expressing related concerns about the misandry overbite and overreach (excesses) of politically motivated fundamentalist feminist individuals and organizations for at least fifteen years.

My concerns about the intersection of fundamentalist feminist and “gay gospel” interests are particularly relevant to the timing of prime minister Mottley’s throne speech gay union legalizing announcement, coinciding as it does with her announcement of her intention to take Barbados out of its “colonial” relationship with the British monarchy, despite gaining independence in 1966.

I address this coincidence in a Facebook conversation I had with the mental health advocate Joe Bartholomew earlier today.

A brief extract from that conversation follows and a fuller extract is included at the end of this article.

The larger conversation extract reveals my thinking about the perceptions of power and its distribution both within Barbados’ domestic politics and its foreign policy.

Intriguingly, links can be made from the conversation to the way concepts of power and disenfranchisement are also treated in Oliver Twist, where there is an arguably oracular link to the West Indies and Australia.

I close this article/statement and that extract with a link to a petition to the British Parliament that I created yesterday. The petition calls on Parliament to take advantage of the opportunity created by the COVID-19 pandemic to prioritize the role of parents, not schools, in the socialization of children.

“The timing is interesting, given her statements about independence.
Some might say she and others in Barbados have an issue with heterosexual monarchies because of their preference for homosexual ‘kings’ and ‘queens’
Have you any concerns about Barbados and other developing countries becoming ‘colonialist’ clients of ‘queens’ like Sir Elton John and ‘kings’ like Sandi Toxvig?”

Covert classical conditioning by gay media interests

Is there a substantial difference between the written New Testament aided and abetted Christian “gay conversion therapy” practices that many gay rights advocates denounce and the simplistic legalistic, New Testament proximating “canonical” promotion of a homosexual orthodoxy from primary, through tertiary and other formal and informal educational settings (especially via the print and electronic media) and in other public fora that those same advocates applaud?

From my perspective, they seem to be of the same controversial, potentially abusive, secretive social conditioning intent as the experiment featured in the film above.

Extract of my conversation with Joe Bartholomew:

Joe: I just find it astonishing that the Monarchy of Britain was still seen as the head of state of Barbados up until 2020 in the 21st century. There are working people who are British Royalist supporters who see the Queen and the British Monarchy as harmless without realising they are a symbol of the British Empire. And their influence overseas still lingers on. More recently the British Prime Minister Boris Johnson said our colonial past is nothing to be embarrassed about. To me, it seems imperative for slavery and colonialism to be taught at British schools so the British public are informed and have their awareness raised. To stir a social conscience from an early age and to understand the lack of reparations around the world. How the third world’s debts and underdevelopment are a result of slavery and colonialism due to Western Imperialist nations.

Me: Thanks for that fulsome response Joe.
If you could point me to the context in which Boris Johnson made that claim, I might respond to his views specifically.
In the meantime, I’ll just say that I trust the judgement of Barbados’ “Father of Independence” Errol Walton Barrow, who led the negotiation process with Britain over Barbados’ independence.
As far as I can tell Barrow was as proud and independent a thinker as any Barbadian of his time.
He was also an astute socialist theorist and was aware of Barbados’ geopolitical and socio-economic vulnerabilities.
I agree that “it’s imperative for slavery and colonialism to be taught at British schools so the British public are informed and have their awareness raised.”
I too believe in stirring “social conscience from an early age… to understand the lack of reparations around the world. How the third world’s debts and underdevelopment are a result of slavery and colonialism due to Western Imperialist nations.”
Where our views diverge is on your silence on the role of Africans themselves in the slave trade as traders.
Born and raised in Barbados and suffering egregious abuse and victimization at the hands of the island’s political Black directorate and their Asian, White, Middle-Eastern and other allies, I probably have a more nuanced, Barrowesque view of Barbadian identity and geopolitical realities than you do.
Have you seen news about Barbados PM Mia Mottley’s intention to legalize “gay unions”?
The timing is interesting, given her statements about independence.
Some might say she and others in Barbados have an issue with heterosexual monarchies because of their preference for “homosexual” kings and “queens”
Have you any concerns about Barbados and other developing countries becoming “colonialist” clients of “queens” like Sir Elton John and “kings” like Sandi Toxvig?
Do you understand how they, Barack Obama, Joe Biden, Hilary Clinton, Kelly-Anne Conway, Pope Francis, Bernie Sanders and other darlings of Western media can validly be viewed as Western royalty, irrespective of the ideology they espouse publicly?

Joe: I just find it shameful of Britain how things like Brexit are voted for and there are campaigns like black lives matter, yet there is no attention drawn to how Britain are acting in unethical and inhumane ways overseas. I see professional footballers before kick-off in football standing on one knee to symbolically support the black lives matter campaign, but what direct action is being implimented politically and socially to change and reform things for the better?

Me: I think any real or perceived failings by Britain overseas are rooted in its domestic relations dynamics. As the saying goes, “charity begins at home”.
Britain has been my home for the past 14 years. Thanks to Barrow, Britain, and especially the BBC (“auntie”) have been influencing my, Barbadian PM Mottley’s, reparations crusader Sir Hilary Beckles and other Barbadians’ thinking from birth. Beckles’ reparations strategy certainly seems to owe more to Birmingham and the “Garveyites” he met there than it does to Barrow.
Anyway, does a petition count as direct action with you? Providentially, I created one today appealing to parliament to redress the imperialist, colonialist influence of schools/universities by prioritizing the home as the dominant socializing agency.
My petition cites the work of Barbadian education Dame Nita Barrow, educator alongside that of England’s Sir Ken Robinson. Dame Nita was Errol Barrow’s sister.
Will you sign it?
It reads:
Review home education concepts and policies to seize COVID-19 reform opportunity
The COVID-19 pandemic is a chance to redress conceptual and structural weaknesses in the UK’s education provision that have been imperiling children’s/young adults’ health and well being for decades. The prior role of homes in socialization (not schools) needs to be asserted unequivocally.
This is an opportunity to progress reforms that the late Dame Nita Barrow, Sir Ken Robinson and other Commonwealth thinkers have discussed for half a century. We can redress eroding mental health, child sexual abuse and related outrages of basic decency stemming from parents ceding their duty of care to religious and secular institutional entities. Home education is degenerating while parents pursue personal liberty fantasies. COVID-19 has exposed the need to redress this dangerous tendency.


Click this link to sign the petition: R

https://petition.parliament.uk/petitions/551935/sponsors/new?token=cyY3MfslzddF5DLwQf1BR

Junior (Jay) Campbell

Founder-Principal

Intelek International

22/02/2020

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