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  1. Robert in S. Kensington 15 Apr 2013, 1:23pm

    Go ahead, twat, make our day. Catholic activists threatening their government with violence? What’s so christian about that? Expect C4M, the Mail and Telegraph to spin this one to foment hysteria among our own homegrown christian taliban.

    1. Obviously she doesn’t know the meaning of democracy, she thinks that it means that the one who shouts louder gets her own way.
      Someone, please, send her back to school, or to jail if she promotes violence and blood.

    2. Quite. But I’ve never liked comparing people to female or male anatomy.

      Firstly, using that word about Ms Tellene is offensive to twats, which in my experience are generally harmless and frequently sources of great joy, which is more than can be said for her at the moment.

      Secondly, if “Frigide” spent more time in touch (so to speak) with her own twat, she might be less concerned about what the rest of us are putting in ours.

      1. Thank you atalanta for the most amusing and poignant comment I’ve read in quite some time!

      2. Atalanta, might you agree with me that if this Catholic convert and frustrated nun, Sister Mary Frigide, got hold of a damn good cucumber and stuck it repeatedly up her twat she might actually get this whole Same Sex Marriage bug out of her brain and begin to act rationally? :-)

        1. Well if nothing else she’d be too busy with the cucumber to bother anyone else.

    3. “Virginie Tellene & the group ‘Manif pour Tous’ are responsible for the violent homophobic assault on Wilfred de Bruijn & partner.”

      Post it and tweet it all around the Internet, everyone.

      Fight fire with fire!

  2. Chester666666 15 Apr 2013, 1:28pm

    There’s already been blood spilt thanks to her and other homophobes

    1. If she wants to see blood I’d happily smash my fist into her nose. :)

  3. What a truly terrible woman.

    Isn’t inciting violence a criminal offense?

  4. A democtractically elected govt passes a law supported by a majority of its public according to polls. How is that a dictatorship?

    There is a nasty smell of this French opposition to equal rights. The first time I’ve seen so many young people at the forefront. Expect more bad news before we get good news.

  5. GayActivist89 15 Apr 2013, 1:51pm

    She is just jealous, because she is a closeted lesbian that is not getting a root and screw in Paris on a Sunday night!

    Even a male rapist wound not root and screw her, because she is a wacky, stupid and ugly bigoted psycho bitch!!!!!!

    1. While I have nothing but the utmost contempt for this bigoted women, do you really need to use such sexist and homophobic language to slate her?

      To validate women by them being worthy of ‘rape’ is pretty twisted. Don’t lower yourself to the level of these people.

      1. YES – taste of her own medicine

      2. Sounds a bit of a suspect troll post , possibly a ruse by a homophobe to make it appear all Gay men are misogynistic.

  6. For a comedian, she’s not very funny.

  7. Jock S. Trap 15 Apr 2013, 2:18pm

    And the true face of religion is out.

    What an advert.

  8. Helge Vladimir Tiller 15 Apr 2013, 2:22pm

    A significant repetition of fascism disguised in a mediocre comedian. SHE is a looser-

  9. Robert in S. Kensington 15 Apr 2013, 2:46pm

    Comedian or comedienne? Either way, NOT! More of a clown and a pathetic one at that. Stupid harridan just like Sharon James and Ann Widdecombe, the latter urged opponents to take to the streets of London but it didn’t pay off.

    1. No, because most of the people who showed up to the “Rally for marriage” in Trafalgar Square were in fact French, and even then it couldnt have been more than 2000

      1. Robert in S. Kensington 15 Apr 2013, 4:47pm

        Exactly. I had a good laugh that day watching that pathetic crowd of deluded halfwits mouthing off. Religion based mass hysteria.

  10. Robert in S. Kensington 15 Apr 2013, 2:54pm

    I just learned that the final vote is postponed until April 23 which might mean New Zealand will be number 13.

    1. NZ will be the 12th because it only takes 28 days to come into effect after its been signed. In Uruguay it takes 90 days

    2. I think there are 2 votes to go, one on Wed at the national assembly and the final vote next tues at the senate ie no postponement

  11. Michael Heynz 15 Apr 2013, 2:57pm

    The joke is that she’s a comedian. How can you make people laugh when you are a shriveled husk of a rotten combination of devil sperm and jackal ovum?

  12. The woman clearly has no idea what it is like to live under a dictatorship. If she did, then she would not be speaking out in the way that she is.

    Also, the term ‘born again’ makes me laugh, it is people like her who should never have been born in the first place!

  13. The woman is deranged. She should be immediately incarcerated in a lunatic asylum

  14. A born again catholic, brimming with hate of course.

    1. It usually is the born-again ANYTHINGS who are the worst religious extremists. Do they feel like they need to make up for lost time or something??

      Also, “Frigide”? Nice, very welcoming.

  15. Liam the God 15 Apr 2013, 3:29pm

    Isn’t that incitement to violence classed as Sedition or Treason? And, with apologies to all Trans people on here, SHE looks like a man in a dress!

  16. Christopher Coleman 15 Apr 2013, 3:35pm

    The real trouble with the born again types is that they were born the first time.

  17. Poor sow, she’s funny alright!
    Funny in the tragic sense.

  18. She should be prosecuted and thrown in jail for inciting hatred and violence, evil woman. It’s disgusting how she is getting so much support in france from fascist groups. She is filth.

  19. The Kitty Channel 15 Apr 2013, 4:09pm

    The home of “liberty, something-or-other, and fraternity”. Shame on you!

    1. Liam the God 15 Apr 2013, 7:21pm

      “Liberty, Equality, Brotherhood” is I think the translation. Try not to laugh.

  20. Robert in S. Kensington 15 Apr 2013, 4:19pm

    We in the UK need to be extra vigiliant, especially StonewallUK. The unofficial hate groiup, National Organisation for Marriage or NOM in America is going international They’ve already interfered in the French debate.

    I’m convinced they’ve been supplying C4M with m.o. tactics. Read more in the link below.

    1. Thanks for that link, Robert. OK, they’re joining forces and they are out to do their damnedest to defeat Marriage Equality wherever they can, and they’re Catholic. We need to fight back, and play as dirty as the Catholics are playing!

      1. Robert in S. Kensington 15 Apr 2013, 6:42pm

        Exactly right, Eddy. If NOM had been on the Southern Poverty Law Center’s list of more than 1000 hate groups in America, we could start a campaign to have the Home Office bar any of their people, e, from entering the UK. Brian Brown is arch culprit in this. I suspect though that they have in some way helped C4M. The m.o. it uses is identical to NOMs as well as the same scripts they read from. StonewallUK should pay serious attention to NOM’s infiltration in the UK.

  21. Robert in S. Kensington 15 Apr 2013, 4:43pm

    If these idiots persist in saying equal marriage redefines marriage, let them provide the evidence as to how it’s defined existing hetero marriages. Would it not imply then that heterosexuals in opposiiton to EM should stop marrying altogether if they don’t want their marriages to be ‘redefined’? I’ve yet to hear one cogent, rational response from any of them including the instigators, the mainstream religious cults.

  22. Robert in S. Kensington 15 Apr 2013, 4:44pm

    If these idiots persist in saying equal marriage redefines marriage, let them provide the evidence as to how it’s defined existing hetero marriages. Would it not imply then that heterosexuals in opposition to EM should stop marrying altogether if they don’t want their marriages to be ‘redefined’? I’ve yet to hear one cogent, rational response from any of them including the instigators, the mainstream religious cults.

    1. It’s all about exclusivity, they want marriage to stay exclusively for opposite sex couples.
      If marriage equality is introduced gays will no longer be excluded and this upsets anti-gay people who apparently have low self worth unless they are given legal privileges that are specifically denied to gay people.

  23. That There Other David 15 Apr 2013, 5:13pm

    From my perspective Hollande wants all French citizens to be treated equally under the law of France, whereas Mme. Tellene is appealing to the worst jack-booted fascist tendencies her supporters can muster.

    She would be wise to tread very carefully now. She doesn’t have anywhere near the amount of support she’s convinced herself she has, and threatening an elected government with violence isn’t a particularly good move.

  24. Leave it to a born-again Catholic, Christian, whatever, to incite hatred and intolerance when the rules of the game are being changed to make life fairer for everyone. You can always count on the born-agains to want their, and everyone else’s, share of the pie.

  25. JackAlison 15 Apr 2013, 5:18pm

    its a tired argument now
    just look at the republican right in the USA
    theyve kept hammering gay rights since Reagan and its actually backfired and kept gay rights ON THE POLITICAL AGENDA
    except it hasnt gone their way
    this french storm exposes christianity for what it really is…the unsuccessful subjugation of conscious thinking rational individuals and the pursuit of their civil human rights outside the confines of superstitious religion… there is no rational valid argument against marriage equality and theyre furious about it

  26. Madame Barjot is highly melodramatic, isn’t she!

    And as a Catholic convert, she’s taking Catholicism rather too seriously!

    These Catholics believe they have the non-existent Almighty God himself on their side, so they MUST be right.

    1. Keith Francis Farrell 19 Apr 2013, 4:45pm

      The best part is the Catholic church is made up of silly old queens, even the expope still lives with his husband in the vatican and his husband is working for the new pope. wonder if they have started having threesomes. The catholic church hides all thgeir peopdo priests, promotes hate laws in Africa and Russia. In fact this church is all about hate. why are we allowing our tax money to support them. It is time they paid business tax and paid for the maintance of their buildings themselves.

  27. I’ll probably get booed for it, but I’m going to bring it up, anyway. Ms. Tellene has issued a veiled threat of increased violence if the marriage bill is rushed through. Since there is nothing resembling reason within her group, one of the zealots is going to step over that line and cause the death of one of us. At that moment, they will create something that no hate group can defeat; a martyr. They will go from a hate group into one that will be labeled a murder squad.

    We should all be prepared to use the internet, should that happen, to post her picture, along with the pictures of the murdered victim, and spread the word about that organization, globally, and brand them for what they are, intolerant killers.

    1. Well, maybe we should right now, immediately, begin to blame Ms. Tellene for the appalling assault on the gay couple in Paris a few days ago!

      She and her lot are playing dirty, let us be equally bold.

      Let’s start tweeting and posting around the Internet the message that:

      “Virginie Tellene & the group ‘Manif pour Tous’ are responsible for the violent homophobic assault on Wilfred de Bruijn & partner.”

      1. Perhaps not outright accuse, but infer, instead. With no concrete proof to tie her to the act, it would be ignored. But to use the attack as a starting point for asking the general public if perhaps their child were mistaken for a gay person and viciously attacked, would they countenance such an organization to exist? When it becomes a possibility, close to home, the public will quickly turn against them.

        1. Gary, I used to tell myself once upon a time to play moderately and more “decently” until I lost a number of battles and realised why! When the other side is prepared to play hard and dirty, you must too! To hell with moderate and gentlemanly behaviour when you’re dealing with the devil itself!

          1. We’re already winning this battle Eddy and it is in large part because the opposition are playing dirty and making themselves look deranged in the process, so your calls to fight fire with fire are unnecessary. Give these idiots enough rope to hang themselves instead.

            Do you think this woman has caused anyone sitting on the fence to join her with her stupid comments? I doubt it, probably quite the opposite.

          2. Joss, I don’t think we ARE winning the battle. Or, rather, the battle is too close to be truly won. Only just over half of the votes in the French Senate the other day were in our favour. That could leave us with Same Sex Marriage in France but half the electorate very unhappy with the outcome: the sort of divisive outcome that Thatcher brought about on a number of occasions.

            And these moves occurring right now in Paris could just possibly nudge the numbers a little so that SSM doesn’t pass.

            You see, I know we can all rush off to get properly married if the vote is in our favour, but if half the population is left seething then you have marriage plus a social problem.

          3. Half the population will not be left seething. A vocal minority maybe. After this has all been legalised most of the population will just get on with their lives, people worry about themselves and gay marriage doesn’t actually effect them.

    2. Robert in S. Kensington 15 Apr 2013, 6:48pm

      No reason to boo you Gary. You’re probably right about that. If you look at the violence perpetrated against LGBT people anywhere in the world. religious zealotry is at the core of it. Since that French gay couple were brutally beaten in Paris, not one Catholic prelate has spoken out. They won’t because Manif Pour Tous is doing their dirty work for them. I enjoin you in getting word out about this evil woman. Use any method we can, Facebook, Twitter in particular.

      1. Perhaps if our French bretheren would invest the time to find out who the members of this group are and research their backgrounds, it could be used to infer that they are nothing more than a group of social misfits whose sole claim to fame is just to cause as much trouble as possible to gain their Andy Warhol “fifteen minutes of fame”. It is far more effective a weapon, rather than making outright accusations, to plant doubts in people’s minds about the group and their true goals.

        As to the church, they’re hard pressed, at the moment, trying to teach the skeletons in their collective closet to dance.

  28. She needs to be arrested and placed in psychiatric custody. I’m not even joking.

  29. For anybody who wants a good laugh, run her name through Google translate.

  30. it is GLBT not LGBT

  31. I am astounded at her hatred and ignorance. In addition to her homophobic (whatever she says, that’s what they are) words she has the audacity to compare France to a dictatorship. That woman doesn’t know what it is like to not have rights!

  32. Keith Francis Farrell 19 Apr 2013, 4:33pm

    Can We also have blood, namely yours, you bitch. We are human and deserve equal rights. I wonder how long your crowd would stand if gay people went to war with you and started returning a death for every gay death. You would be first on my list.

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