Times columnist joked about throwing gays off buildings on Easter


A notorious newspaper columnist Rod Liddle has comes under repeated fire for the homophobic remarks in his articles, and here we go again. Mr. Liddle used Easter as an opportunity to express his homophobic views writing for Sunday Times. The column took aim at a egg painting workshop in Hackney, east London, taking exception with the description of the event as both “multi-faith” and “LGBT-friendly”. He ‘joked’. “I can’t wait. I’ve already decorated my egg (…) mine shows a homosexual being pushed off a large building by a jihadist, which I think is in keeping with the spirit of the event. See you all there.” The social networks users claim it to be an uncovered homophobia and don’t even try to hide their disgust and irritation. They say that such words just cannot be forgiven.


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