Important Comment About WordPress and Same-Sex Marriage
Did you ever wonder if people were given the chance to make up their own minds on whether “same-sex marriage” was the right way to bring about relationship rights to homosexual people?
What if I told you big Internet companies were forcing a narrative upon people. Waving a flag the way fascists have always waved flags.
What if I told you this very site, wordpress.com, was forcing all wordpress users to view a rainbow flag when they logged in and couldn’t remove it – because wordpress was trying to force a political viewpoint?
Well, it’s true. WordPress have been shoving this rainbow flag in the faces of users in any country where a vote on “same-sex marriage” was taking place. There has been no option or ability to remove it.
I started this blog to primarily give back to the community – to give them information that would help them solve technical and daily issues they had.
I never expected WordPress to punish me by trying to force anti-Christian views upon me. I almost removed this whole blog – and then you wouldn’t know how to contact a human being at the DVLA!
Large Internet companies should not be abusing users with political messages the way they have about “same-sex marriage”.
Nobody should have to endure such forceful hateful political abuse. It is morally and ethnically wrong.
If you have a choice in the future about where to host a blog – choose anybody but wordpress.com – they will meddle and interfere because they have no ethics and no morals. I will investigate moving my blog in the future – but I’ve been established on this site far longer than the radical and entirely new “same-sex marriage” phenomenon – and so all I can do is warn people off a site I’ve unfortunately come to learn is abusive.
Want To Contact A Person At The UK DVLA About Your Vehicle?
As you’ll read from a lot of the comments below – the trick seems to be to dial the DVLA – then just simply wait when asked to enter an option. Just wait, wait, and wait. Eventually the number will put you through to an operator. Might take you several minutes but just don’t press any buttons after you’ve dialed. Let the automated operator get as frustrated as it wants!
This link, from the DFT (Department For Transport), has a phone number, 0300 790 6802 (03007906802) that will actually take you through to a call centre agent. I found them very helpful and dealt with my issue quickly – to my surprise after pulling out my hair in frustration at the Internet and other phone options that couldn’t help me.
I had wasted a lot of time calling 0300 1234 321 (03001234321) but this was an automated line only and couldn’t deal with my problem. That number might be fine for anything you could already do on the Internet/web but, infuriatingly, had no option to talk with a person.