A double-header from January 2011.
First, Nuttall argues a gay equality court victory was a “complete joke” – complaining that Christians Peter and Hazelmary Bull could not bar a gay couple from their guesthouse.
He wrote: “(The case) was brought by two homosexual men who took exception because the couple refused to allow them to sleep in the same bed.
“What a complete joke. Aren’t people allowed to live by their religious beliefs in the country anymore?
“It seems not, especially if those beliefs clash with ‘modern’ views, which the PC ‘luvies’ constantly tell us, represents ‘progress.’ Progress in whose eyes I ask?”
He went on to defend football pundits Andy Gray and Richard Keys, who were sacked by Sky Sports for making sexist remarks.
“Gray and his colleague Richard Keys were accused of ‘sexism’ after they cracked a few harmless jokes about a woman linesman – oops sorry, I mean referees assistant (more PC tosh).
“Gray was partaking in something we call ‘banter’ in football circles, and it is what gets said on the terraces and down the pub.
“It’s not as if he said it live on air, but then again, so what if he had, it’s no worse than the way the Loose Women show regularly mocks men.”
He concluded: “The world’s gone mad, and until we all stand up to these PC mind-benders, it will only get worse.”