There’s a BBC article on their website entitled: “Church steps up gay marriage attack”.
Here’s a snippet:
The Archbishop of Glasgow, Mario Conti, has written to every parish in Scotland, urging all Catholics to oppose the planned legislation.
Gosh I didn’t know this was “planned legislation” but thought it was planned for consultation. Am I wrong? Does the BBC know something we don’t?
Anyway, I digress.
Interestingly, this article began life with a different headline:
Did you notice the difference? Originally the article was entitled: “Church steps up gay rights attack”. Isn’t that revealing? Not only is ‘gay marriage’ planned legislation; but was originally already considered a ‘gay right’ by the BBC.
It’s all in the phrasing isn’t it. This could have been entitled: “Church set to defend the sanctity of marriage”, or some such; but no, the Church is on the “attack”.
Good ol’ BBC. Anyone would think they have an agenda…..