AN UNPRECEDENTED ATTACK ON OUR FREEDOM AND FOUNDATIONS. THIS WILL NOT BE THE END OF IT. VOTE NO AUSTRALIA.
Help us protect the rights of all Australians
“Should the law be changed to allow same-sex couples to marry?”
This is the question Australians will be asked from today onwards, as the first ballot papers are posted.
It’s crucial that all Australians understand the serious consequences of making such a radical change as they prepare to vote. Consequences such as radical LGBTIQ sex and gender education programs being made compulsory in every school classroom.
And, right on cue, a prominent gay marriage advocate has called for exactly that.
Fairfax columnist Benjamin Law wrote the latest Quarterly Essay, in which he calls for a national rollout of the controversial “Safe Schools” program and even suggests parents might not be best placed to determine what is in the best interests of their children. He states:
“Here’s the uncomfortable reality: parents don’t always know best.”
The very same activist revealed his true colours recently in an aggressive tweet directed at the very politicians who have been standing up for the rights of Aussie parents:
(Material and photos withheld due to vulgar sexually depraved obscenities and foul language, still uncommon in mainstream media and unsuitable for publication other than on homosexual sites, but soon to be common if marriage laws are changed).
So, let me get this straight: the same-sex activists who endorse such vile and disgusting language also think they know better than you about what is best for your children?
The same-sex marriage debate also threatens other basic freedoms – freedoms that we have perhaps taken for granted until recently.
Last week in Brisbane, a group of same-sex activists blocked the entrance to a church where an information session about the “Safe Schools” program was due to be held.
This was essentially an “angry mob” blocking an otherwise peaceful event from going ahead. But how did the media report it?
As you can see from the photo below, it was reported as a violent clash between rival groups. And some news outlets even reported that same-sex marriage activists had been injured after a car drove into the crowd at full speed.
However, this was simply not true. Queensland Police confirmed that the young woman alleging she was injured following a car driving into the crowd had actually fallen over and, refusing medical assistance, chose to speak with reporters instead.
It’s clear what we should expect if same-sex marriage is legalised.
The current attacks on our rights as parents, our basic freedoms, and even on reality, are unprecedented in this country – and man-woman marriage is still the law of the land.
The good news is that we have – as part of the unified Coalition for Marriage campaign – thousands of volunteers joining the fight and helping with things like letterboxing, door knocking and phone canvassing. Now we need to reach every Australian household.
Will you help protect the rights of all Australians?
Please give today to help encourage all Australians to vote ‘NO’.
Your gift will help equip volunteers with the training and resources they need to educate Australians about the harsh consequences of redefining marriage.
Thank you for your support!
Marriage Alliance Spokeswoman
P.S. Ballot papers will start arriving in the next day or two. Your support for the campaign could not be more timely. Please CLICK HERE to make a donation towards preserving marriage.
Marriage Alliance is committed to ensuring Australians are presented with the facts and potential consequences of redefining marriage leading up to a vote.
For more information, see www.marriagealliance.com.au or our Facebook page.
Every child comes from and needs BOTH a mother and a father. Same-sex "marriage" intentionally keeps either a mother or a father from the child. Government should protect the child through upholding traditional marriage.
Please Speak Up Australia. Defend children and freedom. Say NO to the proposition to change marriage laws.
In accordance with s 6(5) of the Marriage Law Survey (Additional Safeguards) Act 2017, this communication was authorised by Craig Manners of Ngumbe, Malawi.
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