So apparently there's been outrage over this airing of an advert for abortions. Now, for those of you who don't know; this is the first time they have legally been allowed to advertise abortion on television. Prior to this, they've been running retarded contraception adverts which anyone with a brain can tell you is pointless, because teenagers smart enough to use contraception are already doing so (which, granted, is almost certainly a minority). So, the Government has brought in a new scheme, showing pro-abortion adverts, and this has disgusted pro-life and christian groups (don't you just love the term "pro-life"? it's like anyone who isn't anti-abortion is actively against life - like if you support abortions, you're a serial killer! But I don't want to brag too much about my personal life here...), who see it as being wrong, and such (I don't have a quote from a Church group regarding abortions, but I am informed that God hates the Fag enablers, which is probably relevant somehow???).
Ironically, there's a picture of the white kid's dad from 30 years ago wearing a shirt saying "God Hates Niggers"... what's the bet in 30 years time this kid's son will be standing with a really camp looking gay kid wearing a shirt saying "God Hates Prawns", or something? Oh, also - THEY HAVE THEIR OWN WEBSITE?
In fact, ITV (the channel which aired this abortion advert - duh! It wasn't going to be BBC, was it? What's that? It's been almost 40 years since there were only 2 channels on TV? And I was born after MTV was invented? And I'm a prick? Huh. Hurtful.) received an astonishing 350 complaints over this ad (which sounds huge until you bear in mind that 20,000 people apparently complained about Wossy and Russell Brand leaving Andrew Sachs lewd phone messages - that's more people than watched Cracked TV when it was on!). So what, you may ask, is the controversy all about? Is it gruesome? Does it actively promote abortions in all cases of pregnancy? Was it funded by the devil himself? Or the fag enablers? Have a look for yourself. That's right - I have the offending advert, and I've uploaded it to YouTube for the world to see. So, here it is - what will undoubtedly become one of the most infamous adverts in British history, the first ever pro-abortion commercial:
Hard to see what all the fuss is about, really....
p.s. yes, I will write something serious again soon - I'm just a tad busy at the moment. I'll probably try and catch a film in the week or something, let you know what I think. Latas, Geezas.