This, in the wake of news that the British government is proposing a law to ban "homophobic speech" and make such speech punishable by up to seven years in prison.
Perigo, himself as gay as God, cites British gay commentator Christopher Biggins' comment on this brazen assault on free speech by Britain's PC Labour Government on behalf of PC poofs:
"I despair at the mood of edict-issuing, word-censoring dreariness that seems to have overtaken the leaders of the gay rights movement. They, more than anyone, should be on the side of flamboyance, eccentricity, laughter and earthiness. Instead, they are acting like old commissars of some Eastern bloc regime or a bunch of Victorian moral puritans, clamping down on politically incorrect words."
"Make no mistake," says Perigo, "these book-burners will soon enough be attempting to have the United Nations require similar laws all over the world, including New Zealand. The gay movement is infested by faggot-maggots with totalitarian intent. All freedom-lovers, gay and straight, should unite in resistance to this 21st Century Hitlerism."