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Tory councillor disciplined for comparing gay marriage to ‘sex with animals’

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  1. Why are these twats always purple?

    1. A mixture of alcoholism and repressed sexuality would be my bet.

    2. And why are they always vegetables?

    3. And tories?

      1. They are not always Tories, often but not always – but I do agree to their vegetableness.

  2. Paula Thomas 12 Oct 2011, 3:27pm

    The most staggering thing about this is that he says he doesn’t see the comment as anti-gay!!!! There is a chonking great difference: the animal can’t give informed consent you numpty!!!!!!

    1. He knows gay people like Liam Fox in the closet or uncle tom ones like some of the commentators. He think we understand his haterd cause idiots like those ones indulge him

  3. I hope they get rid of him. Views like that have no place in todays society!

    1. The councillor is obviously a cabinet member for big homophobic society and localism on the council.

  4. Ignorant twit. Animals are not legally competent and cannot give consent, but I bloody resent the inference. And the “slippery slope” argument is a logic fallacy that is easily dismissed by anyone with more than two brain cells to rub together. Which rules out yet another Tory tosspot.

  5. Don Harrison 12 Oct 2011, 3:33pm

    James Malliff must be experience of having sex with Animals

    1. paddyswurds 12 Oct 2011, 11:27pm

      “Tory Councillor James Malliff Calls for Bestiality to be Legalized…”
      Always knew these Tory twits were a little touched but Bestiality? Perhaps it’s because no sentient being would touch the ugly cnut with a barge pole.

  6. Can I be selected to be on his disciplinary panel (not that I have anything to do with either the Conservative party or Bucks) as I would like to make him squirm and justify how his comments are not anti-gay. Please.

    Or can I devise a diversity awareness programme for him?

  7. When will these knob heads realise that straight people are ruining the sanctity of marriage all by themselves. He really does not deserve to doing the job he does. He should sod off the the USA and join the backward thinking Republicans

    1. Tory MP Paul Goodman, Tory councillor James Maliff and bigoted people like them aren’t mentally mature enough to accept responsibility for what happens in their own lives so they must find someone else to shift the blame onto when things go wrong.

  8. Don Harrison 12 Oct 2011, 3:38pm

    Does James Malliff often have sex with animals?

    1. He obviously has bestiality on his mind and is hoping it becomes legalised I’d say.
      I pity any poor sow who has to have sex with a pig like him.

    2. Sorry , that was a bit unkind to the porcine race.

  9. Oh, and his twitter account seems to be @skippymalliff and he appears, after a quick check, to have removed the tweet.

    1. Now I worry for bush kangaroos.

      1. “what’s that Skip?… Tory MP you say?… Seedy hotel?…made you listen to “Tie me kangeroo down sport” on repeat whilst making lewd innuedos about getting trapped down your mineshaft? Crikey!”

        1. Seems his twitter account has disappeared – how strange …

  10. Please everyone tweet him your disgust in this @SkippyMalliff this an outrage !

  11. Can someone please point out to these idiots the countries that do allow full marriage equality have not been blown up, flooded, nuked, or degraded into a bunch of mud rolling faeces eating sex maniacs?

    The last time I checked Iceland, Canada, Sweden, Norway etc were all doing just fine!

  12. I think he doth protest too much.

    1. thats quick photoshopping!

      1. Thanks pinknews for posting the pic with the blank background. ^^

  13. I hate 'em cis gays 12 Oct 2011, 3:56pm

    He said nothing about sex, if the article is correct. He said marriage, not sex. What is wrong with polygamy, though? Shocking to many, I have nothing against people making love to their animal companions in a consensual way.

    1. Yawn.

      Does anyone else here wish we had a more intelligent kind of “shock tactician” rather than this lame attempt? Is a challenge too much to ask for?

    2. Jock S. Trap 5 Nov 2011, 4:39pm

      You are clearly on the wrong site, please find one to suit your needs.

  14. he said: “It was not an anti-gay statement, more a comment about where we draw the line.”

    so it is an anti gay statement then. go on, tell us how many hundreds of gay friends you have!

    this is absolutely disgusting that somebody, a respected politician and leader should even think this in the year 2011.

    1. I would like to know who is this ‘we’ he is talking about when they get to draw the line.

  15. May I point out that he hasn’t been disciplined yet. let’s watch to make sure he is!

    1. He has now been suspended. Good for his local party!!

  16. This Councillor needs to be disiplined for what he said.

  17. Another totally unreconstructed Tory. Nobody seriously believes that the Cameroons have made them go away.

  18. @SkippyMalliff is his twitter. Just sayin’

  19. Note he hasn’t actually been suspended yet. let’s make sure we keep this front of mind until he is!

    1. Another double post. Sorry.

  20. Takie Makepiece 12 Oct 2011, 4:38pm

    The political climate changes but the beast never changes its spots. We should not be surprised by comments like this, it just reinforces the fact that the fight for equality goes on. This man should not only be suspended but removed from any political office reglardless of how minor.

  21. Typical tory in london the townie ones think they are so cool. Leave London and the blue rinse and ruddy cheeked ones take over. They hate us and some idiots love them

  22. Some animals are really cute

  23. Rob McDowall 12 Oct 2011, 5:05pm

    Email: chairman @ and complain.

  24. Oh course it was an anti gay statement you silly, silly man.

    In my opinion Mr Cameron has a long way to go before the Torys are seen as a ‘gay friendly’ party.

  25. I suspect there are many others in the Tory party who think exactly like he does, and some in the House of Lords. One thing all these nutters have in common, most of this emanates from religious belief. They obsess about polygamy, bestiality, incest the minute same-sex marriage is raised, yet none of them have been able to provide any factual evidence to prove their claims. They probably ranted about CPs when the consultation was taking place.

    Let them provide the facts first to stand by their statements. Let them get proof from the ten countries where same-sex marriage is legal.

  26. It’s a shame such ignorant and plain stupid people are working as councillors. I can only assume there is some serious internal homophobia going on inside James Malliff’s clearly unstable mind. Questions should be raised about how James actually became a councillor and
    I hope David Cameron draws the line and sacks this incompetent and offensive self-hating individual – there is no room for people like him in any society, however big or small.

    1. That’s the big homophobic society for you with people like this in charge of operations.

  27. Twitter was MADE for the Conservative Party. They just can’t help themselves! It’s like an x-ray machine for Right Wing dementia. Before social media, the bigoted recesses could easily tow the line, nodding at every hollow promise Cameron and his repressed ilk churn our to appease the queers. Now we get every unexpurgated, wicked thought that tumbles from their their tiny minds in 140 characters (or less)! Priceless. Twitter should be mandatory for all MPs, so that come election time, the usual gay Tory apologists can squirm under the weight of ACTUAL recorded evidence to chime against the usual “liberal propaganda” bull___t.

  28. “It was not an anti-gay statement, more a comment about where we draw the line.” How unlike a Tory to want to draw the line in a place that excludes some of his fellow citizens from fair and equal treatment socially and legally.

  29. Mr. Ripley's Asscrack 12 Oct 2011, 6:20pm

    What a cheap dig! Did he think he was being clever by responding in this way?!

    Who says the Tories have found their mojo again! Same old story, same old tory.

    And would lead to polygamy indeed? Well it is the way of the holy, holy yawnsome old Bibble… a place where Malliff and Goodman can no doubt feel accepted!

  30. Rob McDowall 12 Oct 2011, 6:39pm

    I meant I doubt it will be read.

    1. A shame if it’s not read, I thought it was worth a read.

  31. “It was not an anti-gay statement, more a comment about where we draw the line”

    Well Mr Malliff you can start by drawing a big fat line under your comment! Take it back, never say it again, and in future button it!

  32. ‘no apology’.


    ‘I apologise’


  33. Polygamy? Mallif should read his bible again and see who the perpetrators of polygamy were and are….

  34. What a goon. There goes his career down the pan!

  35. What action is going to be taken? Comparing a group of people to animals would be a matter for expulsion and prosecution in reasonable quarters, but somehow this person is given the option of a slap on the wrist, and asked to be more discreet next time…?? CaMoron and his Bullyingdom gang are soooo understanding….

  36. Funny how it’s always ‘gay marriage’ which is considered as being ‘the slippery slope’ to all sorts of dreadful things, but never heterosexual divorce or adultery. I guess for the Christo-fascist Right a sin is only sin when it is committed by a minority, but never a sin when that sin is committed by the majority.

    1. I say if you are going to scaremonger using slippery slope arguments about marriage then you should start at the top with heterosexual marriage, if we allow straights to marry, why not allow polygamous marriage? or let people marry animals?

  37. “Not an anti gay comment”. And ginger tw*t is not in any way a detrimental remark referring to a physical characteristic.

    1. @Rick. And how is calling him a “ginger tw*t” any better than the ignorance he shows towards gay people? I understand you’re trying to make a point, but let’s leave the sideways digs out of it, shall we? Be the bigger man.

  38. Is it possible he is speaking from personal experience about both gay sex and animal sex?

  39. Johnny33308 13 Oct 2011, 3:45am

    No one who holds such wrong views should ever be allowed to represent anyone! The words are proof enough he does not hold that all of his constituents are human and deserving of respect or even tolerance. More religious bigotry on parade. Disgusting!

  40. Cambodia Guesthouse 13 Oct 2011, 4:07am

    The thoughts and ravings of this prehistoric creature are not even worthy of comment… However, the stupidity of those who elected him certainly are!

  41. Not that any argument against equal marriage is valid, but this has always struck me as one of the most ignorant (which is saying something). Gay men and women are adults like everyone else, no different from straight men and straight women. The ban on same sex marriage is a historical mistake nothing more – it doesn’t affect age consent or anything else, least of all the species to which marriage may apply.

    Complete dikc. Awf with his head!

  42. We should be grateful to James Malliff for showing up the “depth and seriousness” of the opposition to gay marriage.

  43. he is so unprofessional and has a DISGUSTING PERSONALITY. ..

  44. Jock S. Trap 5 Nov 2011, 4:38pm

    Fired would have been a better plan of action.

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