The case history of Bruce N----- is one example among many of how bullying and hysteria have been used to impose conformity to LGBT rules. Meanwhile, the AIDS problem continues to grow and there are more people in the UK now with HIV than ever before.
This is not just an issue about the persecution of Christians. It is a civil liberties issue and the public ultimately suffers because we cannot access honest, uncensored health information.
In 2005, Bruce N----- was working as a matron and clinical manager of a private health facility in Wales, and simultaneously Health Lecturer at a university. He had been in the job for fifteen years and was soon to become director of health research - that was settled, or so he thought.
He was a qualified Mental Health Nurse (RMN), judged competent to work in a general nursing position after observation and testing by nursing inspectors, and senior staff. He also had a post-graduate diploma from a university in nursing the elderly. His previous position had been as matron of a dementia unit and then full home manager, with responsibility for general nursing residents, and he was considered competent by inspectors.
Bruce also had a BA and MA in social psychology (psychiatric) and various diplomas, and he gave a number of seminars to general nurses on dementia. Being senior in his profession, he tutored general nurses who were sent by the university on placement. He wrote detailed policies for nursing homes. Nursing inspectors considered him the top nurse in the region, and called his work "exemplary". Pharmacists said his knowledge of drugs was exceptional, along with his drug policies, stock control, and application. As part of his professional duties, Bruce composed and wrote a complex policy for wound recognition and treatment, complete with diagrams.
Bruce was an expert on AIDS. In 1982 -85 when the disease was only just identified and had as yet no name, he did a special research project into it and how the government was presenting it to the public. He became aware that there was huge reluctance to tell the truth about AIDS. The government was scared that if the full gravity of the situation became known, there would be attacks on homosexuals. The homosexuals were scared that if the gravity of the disaster were known, homosexuality would be re-criminalized. So candour was not forthcoming from either party.
In Spring 2005, Bruce saw an article in a nursing journal asserting that homosexuality was not a health problem and any way it was innate. Bruce thought that this was not in line with what he had observed or with global research. He wrote a short letter to the journal disagreeing with the article. The journal printed his letter
Title: It Is Absurd To Claim That Homosexuality is Healthy.
“I have studied homosexuality for the past 30 years, from psychological, psychiatric and theological perspectives. I am therefore surprised that one who is as qualified as Stephen Wright should get his ideas so wrong in his ‘Love is God’ article (‘Reflections’, August 10th).
Sexuality is not fixed, as he suggests, and nothing in the research literature confirms that it is. There are hypotheses aplenty. It is true that a small number of homosexuals are gay because of childhood influences. There are also rare anatomical reasons. But, mainly, people are gay by choice.
For Mr Wright to claim that homosexuality is ‘healthy’ is an absurdity, especially given the known dangers in male gay activities. When I first nursed homosexuals, the cause of their condition was not society’s attitude toward them, but their own inner knowledge that their choice was ‘against nature’.
I do not believe in castigating gay people, or that they can be changed by psychology. But nor do I accept that those with authority should spread bad research or propaganda, which only makes matters worse."The following three editions of the journal contained many lengthy letters criticizing what Bruce had written and denouncing him as "homophobic". He received about five separate attacks from homosexuals, including complaints to police, the Royal College of Nursing, the Nursing Council, and others.
Bruce was bombarded with vitriolic abuse, some of it containing death threats. The death threats continued for some time, some saying "We know where you live". Homosexual activists made threats to his university. The university refused to talk about it because the activists told the college they would advise the funding committee of their health authority to stop students attending. Clearly, this was a large-scale LGBT bullying campaign orchestrated at a higher level, by ILGA and affiliated groups.
The national newspapers rang Bruce to say all their telephone lines were jammed by calls from angry homosexuals. He gave them brief details, but none of them printed his point of view.
Bruce informed the police about the abuse but no steps were taken and they treated the death threats very lightly. They wrote nothing down when he went to see them.
About that time, too, there were media reports of homosexuals attacking churches, but these reports were suddenly stopped.
The management confronted Bruce with articles he had written on his website criticizing attempts to prove that homosexuality was innate or genetic. He analyzed the evidence from a scientific point of view. This too was regarded as "Homophobia".
Bruce's boss at the hospital was a lesbian who was aware of his Christian beliefs. When Bruce started in the job, she had been informed of them by three homosexuals who worked at the hospital and knew he wrote a Christian website. She read the letters in the journal and asked the three homosexuals working in the department to write complaints to her saying that they felt 'uncomfortable' about Bruce's continued employment because he was showing sudden signs of 'Islamophobia'. Yes, not homophobia, but islamophobia. All three wrote exactly the same complaint in exactly the same words.
Bruce then got a letter in October 2005, suspending him from his job on the charge of 'homophobia and racism'. Shortly afterwards he was dismissed. The management also got a gagging order placed on Bruce by a court.
He did not take his case to an employment tribunal because his solicitor was told by the medical facility's management that they would lie if necessary to get rid of Bruce, who was therefore likely to end up paying the considerable legal costs of the hearing.
The persecution did not stop there. Bruce's wife, who worked at the same medical facility, was also dismissed. The stress brought on Alzheimer's disease, which she has suffered from ever since. They nearly lost their home because of this double victimization. Debts built up rapidly and took him many years to pay off. Bruce's college lecturing contracts were never renewed. After 2005 he did freelance work for another university, but that was soon stopped because of a complaint from a homosexual who had read about the outcry in the nursing journal.
Another lesbian who worked at a different hospital sent a formal complaint to the Nursing Council in an effort to get Bruce's PIN number removed, so that he would never be able to work again as a nurse. The complaint was not upheld.
This whole experience was intensely stressful for Bruce who now says, "Thankfully I was helped through it all by God. It is now a very sad history."
He has gone on to make a new life for himself. But his is not a unique story. It is evidence of the Reign of Terror that has now fallen on Britain and the falsity of the health advice that is being disseminated. What the public is getting is not information - it is carefully selected propaganda.
[Real names cannot be used for legal reasons.]