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    So bigoted NI bakers refuse to put a gay message on a cake

    Posted by J in C on 10/10/2018, 18:09:42

    Appalling

      Re: So bigoted NI bakers refuse to put a gay message on a cake

      Posted by Arizona on 11/10/2018, 0:59:56, in reply to "So bigoted NI bakers refuse to put a gay message on a cake"

      Nothing appalling about standing up for your Christian beliefs and caring more about what the Bible says rather than what the liberal PC fascists tell you to believe.
      Good for them and justice finally carried out

        Re: So bigoted NI bakers refuse to put a gay message on a cake

        Posted by Ronnies Finger on 10/10/2018, 19:14:18, in reply to "So bigoted NI bakers refuse to put a gay message on a cake"

        Good for them, they have made a stand for what they believe in, who says the other guy was was morally right.




          Re: So bigoted NI bakers refuse to put a gay message on a cake

          Posted by Stine on 10/10/2018, 18:54:53, in reply to "So bigoted NI bakers refuse to put a gay message on a cake"

          Good for them.

          Re: So bigoted NI bakers refuse to put a gay message on a cake

          Posted by The Outsider on 10/10/2018, 18:42:11, in reply to "So bigoted NI bakers refuse to put a gay message on a cake"

          Are you saying that if someone went in and asked for a cake with the message F**k Off N***ers they should do it ?

          It was clearly someone who picked that particular shop, knowing that they were likely to refuse, in order to make a point, get publicity and try to get compensation.

            Re: So bigoted NI bakers refuse to put a gay message on a cake

            Posted by Sandgrounder on 10/10/2018, 18:50:17, in reply to "Re: So bigoted NI bakers refuse to put a gay message on a cake"

            Are you serious? Regardless of your view on the rights or wrongs of the case and the amount of money that has been spent on it, do you really think that “F**k off n***ers” and “support gay marriage” are equivalent messages?

              Re: So bigoted NI bakers refuse to put a gay message on a cake

              Posted by The Outsider on 10/10/2018, 18:54:59, in reply to "Re: So bigoted NI bakers refuse to put a gay message on a cake"

              No, it is the principle of whether or not they had the right to refuse to do a message that they disagreed with. When does a message "cross the line" ?

              They had originally agreed to make the cake. It was only when they found out the message that he wanted that they refused.

              As I said, he is a gay rights activist who clearly picked that baker to provoke a response.

                Re: So bigoted NI bakers refuse to put a gay message on a cake

                Posted by Sandgrounder on 10/10/2018, 19:02:29, in reply to "Re: So bigoted NI bakers refuse to put a gay message on a cake"

                Yes, I get your point. And clearly those judges are better qualified than me to assess this individual case and the legality of what the bakery did. My point was that the comparison you made was totally bizarre and irrelevant.

                  Re: So bigoted NI bakers refuse to put a gay message on a cake

                  Posted by The Outsider on 10/10/2018, 19:08:50, in reply to "Re: So bigoted NI bakers refuse to put a gay message on a cake"

                  I deliberately used an extreme example to make the point that there has to be a line somewhere and that line is in different places depending on your beliefs. Although I think that the message ordered is a bizarre thing to have on a cake and designed to provoke a refusal, I believe that the line is somewhere between the two messages. The bakers appear to consider that both of the messages are the wrong side of the line and, in my opinion, they have the right to say no if that is the case.

                  Re: So bigoted NI bakers refuse to put a gay message on a cake

                  Posted by Stine on 10/10/2018, 18:55:57, in reply to "Re: So bigoted NI bakers refuse to put a gay message on a cake"

                  Not worth the argument mate.

                  Re: So bigoted NI bakers refuse to put a gay message on a cake

                  Posted by JJ98 on 10/10/2018, 18:51:43, in reply to "Re: So bigoted NI bakers refuse to put a gay message on a cake"

                  It seems he does. It's hard to believe some folk.

                    Re: So bigoted NI bakers refuse to put a gay message on a cake

                    Posted by The Outsider on 10/10/2018, 18:55:46, in reply to "Re: So bigoted NI bakers refuse to put a gay message on a cake"

                    Not at all - see my reply above.

                      Re: So bigoted NI bakers refuse to put a gay message on a cake

                      Posted by Sandgrounder on 10/10/2018, 19:32:04, in reply to "Re: So bigoted NI bakers refuse to put a gay message on a cake"

                      And the judges agree with your opinion - since they say the bakery was not refusing to produce the cake because the customer was gay, but because of the message he wanted on it. The bakery successfully argued that they would have refused the same request from a heterosexual person. The comparison you made is not “an extreme example” though, it’s just wrong and irrelevant. The message “F**k off n***ers” would be incitement to racial hatred and therefore illegal - so no-one could possibly say that anyone should have to produce a cake / banner whatever with that written on. While gay marriage is not legal in Northern Ireland (a whole other debate) is is not illegal to campaign in support of gay marriage. So the comparison makes no sense.

                Re: So bigoted NI bakers refuse to put a gay message on a cake

                Posted by Cyber-savvy psycho on 10/10/2018, 18:36:05, in reply to "So bigoted NI bakers refuse to put a gay message on a cake"

                Should they be punished?

                  Re: So bigoted NI bakers refuse to put a gay message on a cake

                  Posted by J Block on 10/10/2018, 18:31:38, in reply to "So bigoted NI bakers refuse to put a gay message on a cake"

                  the court was right, i'm chuffed for the Bakers

                    Re: So bigoted NI bakers refuse to put a gay message on a cake

                    Posted by Tasty Geezer on 10/10/2018, 18:26:20, in reply to "So bigoted NI bakers refuse to put a gay message on a cake"

                    Why so angry mate.

                    Time of the month ?? 😉

                      Re: So bigoted NI bakers refuse to put a gay message on a cake

                      Posted by J in C on 10/10/2018, 18:30:59, in reply to "Re: So bigoted NI bakers refuse to put a gay message on a cake"

                      Posters of a certain persuasion may be outraged

                        Re: So bigoted NI bakers refuse to put a gay message on a cake

                        Posted by The Outsider on 10/10/2018, 18:46:33, in reply to "Re: So bigoted NI bakers refuse to put a gay message on a cake"

                        It wasn't the "persuasion" of the customer, it was the message that he wanted. Whether you agree with gay marriage or not (it doesn't bother me) it was a very odd thing to want put on a cake unless, of course, your sole aim was to provoke a refusal.

                      Re: So bigoted NI bakers refuse to put a gay message on a cake

                      Posted by Bruno on 10/10/2018, 18:20:32, in reply to "So bigoted NI bakers refuse to put a gay message on a cake"

                      You’ll catch a few with that Jimbo pal.

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