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DOCTOR SAYS DRUG USE LEADS TO DECAY IN SOCIETY, DECAYING SOCIETY ANSWERS BACK WITH HIS REMOVAL…….

 

When even a doctors opinion lands himself in hot water, just because he bucks the perverted public’s popular opinion on drugs. Fascinating.

UPDATE: Frank Clough in the comments reports that: Christian GP sacked as Government drugs adviser over views on homosexuality

“While the majority of homosexuals are not involved in paedophilia, it is of grave concern that there is a disproportionately greater number of homosexuals among paedophiles and an overlap between the gay movement and the movement to make paedophilia acceptable,” it concluded.

“Despite the impression given by the media, the actual number of homosexuals is quite small. Essentially all surveys show the number of homosexuals to be only 1-3% of the population.”

Vilified for telling the truth: The Christian GP whose life was made hell after he questioned the legalise drugs campaign

  • Doctor was victimised on internet after criticising standpoint championed by Richard Branson this week
  • He was dismissed from Government advisory role before one meeting

By Frances Hardy

Last updated at 2:10 AM on 28th January 2012

Dr Hans-Christian Raabe is a man of gentle demeanour and firm principle who cares deeply about his patients in the deprived area of Manchester where he works as a GP. Indeed, he chose to serve a community where unemployment is high, drug problems endemic and gang warfare rife because he wanted to make a difference.

‘I wanted to care for people in areas of most need, so I opted to work in a disadvantaged community with a high prevalence of social problems,’ he says. ‘And at the root of many of these problems are drugs.’

‘Every day I see the devastation substance abuse causes to individuals, families and communities. I see huge numbers of patients whose lives — whether directly or indirectly — have been ruined by the misuse of drugs.’

[…]

Incredibly, Dr Raabe was also criticised for being a Christian. He was stunned: ‘I was called a bigot, scum and a mad ba****d. I was accused of being a waste of space and of having no qualification to talk about substance abuse.

‘All I’d done was to offer a day or more of my time every week for three years to help improve the drug problem in the UK, and I was subjected to a vile stream of abuse and defamation. The Home Office caved in to pressure from the politically correct brigade. I believe it was spineless of them.

‘When they revoked my appointment I was not given a chance to refute any of the allegations against me. I began to feel as if I was living in a totalitarian regime — in Stalinist Russia or Ahmadinejad’s Iran — not in Britain in 2011.’

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13 Responses

  1. The headline of this article is untrue. Hans-Christian Raabe, an ignorant bigot, was not fired from Advisory Council on the Misuse of Drugs. for his narrow minded views on drugs. Hans-Christian Raabe is quite entitled to his stupid and backward views on drug prohibition.

    He was not fired for being a Christian. Anybody can believe any old superstitious rubbish they like and his believing in his own particlular brand of idiotic superstition is not and was not a reason for him being dismissed.

    He was fired for his prejuduced views on homosexuality and for spreading bigoted homophobic propaganda, which made him unsuitable for a place on a government committee. This nasty little creep was rightly given his marching orders for spreading homophobic hate and then trying to conceal it from the Home Office during an application interview for a position on the Advisory Council on the Misuse of Drugs:

    http://tinyurl.com/6tyw8kc

    Getting rid of a sneaky, deceptive and ignorant piece of crap like Hans-Christian Raabe makes the ACMD a better place where sensible and realistic views about the catastrophe of drug prohibition can be aired by sensible people like Richard Branson:

    http://tinyurl.com/7tlylwt

    1. So you’re vilifying this man because he said this:

      “While the majority of homosexuals are not involved in paedophilia, it is of grave concern that there is a disproportionately greater number of homosexuals among paedophiles and an overlap between the gay movement and the movement to make paedophilia acceptable,” it concluded.

      “Despite the impression given by the media, the actual number of homosexuals is quite small. Essentially all surveys show the number of homosexuals to be only 1-3% of the population.”

      http://www.frc.org/get.cfm?i=is02e3#edn17

      But hey, perhaps it’s even better to say that those who men who have engaged in homosexual sex with men are more represented in pedophilia cases than men who have never had sex with adult males.

  2. Thank u so much for drawing attention to the undereported but increasing phenomenon of Christian persecution (different in type, though it is) in the West. May God provide grace & wisdom to Christians that we be faithful, & to this doctor in particular, during these times.

    1. More than welcome ER, the unhinged Left is flailing around like a drunk. The very belief system that gave rise to the greatest political system and moral law, justice system..is under attack by these morons who would like nothing better than to destroy the Natural Law concept.

  3. I’m not so sure that Christians are being persecuted in the west. There is religious freedom and anybody can believe any old piece of superstitious crap they like, wether it is Christianity or Islam or whatever.

    I find Hans-Christian Raabe an obnoxious little man with narrow-minded and ignorant views and the ACMD is a much better place without the likes of him.

    Whatever the case may be with regards to homosexuality and paedophilia, it was his writings on this subject and then trying to conceal it from the committee that got him fired and not his superstition or his bigoted and ignorant views on drugs.

    1. Frank, I get the gist of your angst towards people of faith. I have no problem with that, I even respect your right to hold those views, sounds condescending, but I have to state the case in its entirety for you to know where I’m coming from.

      I haven’t a problem with people of faith, especially in light of the fact that the belief in a creator gave life to the understanding of Natural Law. In my regular writings on the subject, I make extra care to tell my atheist friends that that is the conundrum to every single atheist who values the US constitution, since it’s premised on the belief that Natural Law, all of our rights existing as free men before Kings, courts and parliaments existed. That they were not handed down by men, but by their creator, and cannot be rescinded.

      I spell that out to you because you have such a cavalier attitude towards Christianity, or faith in general, which is your right, but it appears, (not saying it in fact does) but appears to be superficially based, in the matter in how you treat it, and people who adhere to it. Our forefathers, while many were not 100% Christian, they were indeed men of faith, and created the systems in the West that became the envy of the world. Capitalism, freedom, human rights, representational democracy based on the protection of the minority (US political system) etc etc etc.

      How about a little humility?

  4. I have no angst over people with faith, as I’ve said, people can believe any old crap they want to, it’s their choice. I would go further than that and say that I would fight for the right of people to believe any old crap that they want, even Muslims.

    The converse of that is that I reserve the right to be critical of religions and to satirise and poke fun at religions when I consider it is called for, even religions other than Islam.

    I wouldn’t apply the label atheist to myself, but there is certainly no religion I know of that I regard as true.

    I’m not an American but I respect the United States Declaration of Independence as one of the finest political documents ever written. It is just because of my commitment to individual freedom that I very strongly oppose Hans-Christian Raabe and what he stands for.

    1. Great, once again you brush over the points I raised. enough said.

        1. Frank you’re making a complete ass out of yourself yet again, but by all means, keep slogging away.

  5. @ Frank Clough: Carry on. Carry on… One day it will be you next.

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