I wrote to Julie Collins, member of the Australian Parliament for the Tasmanian electorate of Franklin. Ms Collins is a member of the Australian Labor Party which means, by definition, that she holds grossly evil views. From memory, she is in favour of abortion, and if so then her views are incredibly evil. I don’t care who you are, or how well I know you, if you support abortion, your views are evil. I will pray for your conversion.
Liberals, or “progressives” – whatever you want to call them – are liars. It’s what they do. When they lose an argument, which they usually do, because their positions have no logic to them, they project all their worst vices onto those who are defending true (ie Catholic) morals. That’s it. They are bullies and liars.
I sent an email to Ms Collins yesterday, merely to discharge my duty. I am under no illusions that this will achieve anything politically. But morally and spiritually it may have some effect in the great cosmic war we are in. My email expressed concern about the bullying tactics of the media and the “Yes” campaign to change marriage law to accommodate pervert-marriage – that is, so-called “marriage” of those sexual perverts, known in former, sensible ages as sodomites. Generally, I use the term homosexual, but strictly, sodomite is the more accurate, because it’s the action that’s the real problem. If someone has disordered desires, then this is a problem, but provided they battle against it, they do not sin.
I said to Ms Collins that I wanted some assurance that those of us who oppose such an abomination would not be penalised for our beliefs and speech. I asked if our liberties would be respected. She wrote back a polite reply, which is nevertheless completely cretinous:
“Thank you for your email regarding the protection of freedom of religion in the context of legislation for marriage equality. I acknowledge the concerns you have raised.
Last week, the result of the postal survey was announced and more than 7.8 million Australians – 61.6 per cent – voted yes for marriage equality.
Given this clear result, the parliament must work to ensure that the will of the people becomes law as soon as possible.
I am satisfied that the protections for religious freedoms that are set out in the Marriage Amendment (Definition and Religious Freedoms) Bill 2017, introduced by Senator Dean Smith on Wednesday 15 November, contain suitable protections for those who remain opposed to marriage equality on religious grounds.
The religious protections in this Bill are based squarely on the unanimous recommendations of a Senate multi-party committee Report on the Commonwealth Government’s Exposure Draft of the Marriage Amendment (Same-Sex Marriage) Bill.
Specifically, Labor will support the provisions in the Bill that preserve religious freedom in respect of the performance of the marriage ceremony.
If you would like to look at the Bill and its Explanatory Memorandum, they can be accessed at https://www.aph.gov.au/Parliamentary_Business/Bills_Legislation/Bills_Search_Results/Result?bId=s1099
If any amendments to the Bill are proposed, Labor will respectfully consider those amendments.
Thank you again for your email.”
See? Perfectly polite. And evil. This is what we have been up against for decades. I say polite, but that is only under very constrained circumstances, such as when they are Members of Parliament, emailing constituents (or ex-constituents in this case). They are not at all polite in most other settings and are so depraved that they produce such filth as this:
The problem with the (occasional) politeness of liberals is that they are impervious to actual reasoning, so continuing a polite discourse, such as it is, is to no avail.
It’s time to just beat them with rhetorical fists.
For one thing, there is nothing urgent at all in passing legislation to merely reflect the 62% of evil Australians. She simply asserts that it is urgent.
For another, she says that there are religious exemptions (yeah sure, we’ll see how that goes!) for people who have differing views, but what about the irreligious people who oppose it on pure commonsense grounds? I assume these people will have no recourse in law. But as for protections, or exemptions:
Don’t make me laugh! We know perfectly well that this is all about the complete eradication of Catholic morals. That’s it. That’s the goal.
So I sent her back a very impolite, but well reasoned, email telling her she is co-operating with evil and that I don’t believe her when she says there will be religious exemptions. You watch what happens next: people will lose jobs and be fined for simply not baking cakes and not agreeing to preferred pronouns etc.
Make no mistake. They smile (if you’re lucky) but once there’s enough chaos, and the Rule of Law finally goes out the window, they will want us dead. That’s how it always ends with these people.
Addendum: See what perverts they are? Here is a link to a piece of perverted lunacy. It’s unbelievable.
First, it relates to an act of graffiti – namely the sick image of Abbott and Pell above. Then, after extolling this piece of excrement which has no place in a civilised society, it says that this graffiti was “unfortunately vandalised“! You can’t make this stuff up!
Imagine what these cretins would be like if they had lost.