James Delingpole is not on board with the celebrations for the victory of the Irish Gay Marriage Referendum.
Which is worse:
a) opposing gay marriage
b) abducting a mother of ten in front of her weeping children, suffocating her with a plastic bag, shooting her in the head and burying her in an unmarked grave?
Well, obviously we know the answer is a) because we can see it in the above heartwarming picture, taken during the recent Irish referendum on same sex marriage.
It shows gay rights activist Rory Oâ€™Neill (aka drag queen Panti Bliss) sharing a lovely group hug with David Norris (an Irish Senator who lobbied for the 1993 decriminalisation of gay sex) and, of course, with the unmistakably vulpine figure of Gerry Adams, the sinister Sinn Fein president who continues to deny he was ever a member of the IRA.
Aaaahhh. Doesnâ€™t it make you feel all warm and gooey inside?
Well it doesnâ€™t have that effect on me, Iâ€™m afraid. In fact, if Iâ€™d voted â€œyesâ€ in the Irish referendum and someone had subsequently showed me that photo, Iâ€™m pretty sure Iâ€™d want to stick an orange in my mouth, tie a noose around my neck and top myself for the very shame of it.
For, if a picture is worth a thousand words, that particular one is worth more like a hundred-thousand-word book entitled â€œAbsolutely Everything That Is Wrong With The Modern World.â€