A London pastor has claimed that the kids’ TV series ‘Rainbow’ was actually a front for gay propaganda.

The revelation comes from Pastor Daniel Erickson-Hull – who preaches online in the name of ‘Pastor D’ and the ‘End Times News Ministry’, as well as at a London evangelical church.

In a video, the pastor explained that one of his flock had “pointed out the possibility that 1970s children’s TV show ‘Rainbow’ predicted the agenda to homosexualise the world.”

Rainbow ran from 1972 until 1992 on ITV – and was loved by generations of British children.

However, the pastor is worried about the theme tune – which includes the lyrics: “Up above the streets and houses, rainbow climbing high.

“Everyone can see it smiling over the sky. Paint the whole world with a rainbow!”

Pastor D questions: “Is this supposed to be the rainbow infiltrating the bible?

“Perhaps there is nothing in this, a coincidence? But it seemed worth raising as a possibility.”

One commenter wrote: “The music sounded very gay to me. And the guy with the puppets? He may very well be married to a male puppet. Any guy with a bunch of puppets you have to wonder about.”

Mr Erickson-Hull has previously claimed that same-sex marriage is “an abomination” and that homosexuality is “hideous”.

He came to attention after his sister vented at her daughter’s school for promoting LGBT awareness.

Anna Erickson-Hull – whose daughter attends the sixth-form at King Solomon in Redbridge –hit out at a planned LGBT awareness week at the school.

Taking offence at the school’s plans, she took to take Facebook to vent her fury about the “abomination”.

Mr Erickson-Hull has previously uploaded videos in which he refers to PinkNews as a “homosexual Sodomite filthy newspaper”.

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Fill up your gay agenda with some classic Rainbow below: