The rainbow totalitarian movement has almost won. Free speech, paid for with the blood of our soldiers past, is already a thing of pre-rainbow history.
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If a quote from Australia's longest serving Prime Minister speaking up for something which has been the foundation of civilization for thousands of years, is now considered basically as hate speech, WE ARE ALL IN DEEP TROUBLE. It is time to speak up Australia before we are further forced to be silent. Will we go quietly into the night like those being herded onto the Nazi death-camp trains or will we act now before it is too late?
"Changing the definition of marriage affects every Australian. It affects not just LGBTI Australians, it affects everybody." Malcolm Turnbull, Prime Minister of Australia
Turnbull goes on to defend his position, stating that true equality would imply that every citizen should have the right to vote on this important issue. He asks the interviewer if gay Australians “are the only Australians who have a say in this?” He summarises by saying that although the gays in Australia definitely deserve a voice, they should not have more say than any other citizen, because he knows that changing laws have consequences for everyone.
"Splitting a nation: Memories from the days before India and Pakistan's bitter rivalry fade away". ABC 30th October 2016
This is a stark reminder to us of how nations can be torn apart. The situation in Europe is a contemporary example of this and one which is unfolding before our very eyes.
As the Islamic population reaches over 10% in countries like France, and most public opposition to the Islamic ideology is effectively silenced (in much the same way as opposition to the gay agenda is being silenced in Australia), it is inevitable that France will succumb to civil war and be divided.
With a declining non-Islamic birthrate, massive and unstoppable Islamic immigration, with Muslim women having up to 8-10 children each, and men having up to 4 wives each, you do the math as they say. Current statistics reveal that 30% of the current cohort of pregnant women registered at French maternity wards are from the Islamic community in France. The civil war will come in the next decade at this rate.
Australia does not have the same advanced Islamic infiltration as France, but we have another infiltration stirring inside our walls. This one has a colorful flag and a deceptive method of advancing unseen as an enemy, so far. They have gained control of our institutions such as education, universities, the media, political parties. It will be a long and draining battle to regain lost ground, but it will be done, as it has been done throughout all previous attacks.
While most would consider it far fetched to suggest Australia could be susceptible to future division like India and Pakistan, and like what seems inevitable in France, this is where we are heading as the homosexual juggernaut sweeps away all opposition in its path.
Unless major programs are implemented and quickly to remove the totalitarian cancer eating away at our foundations there seems no choice but for those remaining Australians who can see the threat, and who love freedom and their children than to consolidate what they can in an area of Australia that is still free.
What could a divided Australia look like? It seems Queensland is the state most awake to the imminent threat from the rainbow coup infecting our nation like a virus. There may be grounds for suggesting this is where a remnant of the Australia our ANZAC fathers secured for us will gather as a result of Australia's civil war.
"They’re Calling You a ‘Right Wing Dinosaur’
Malcolm Turnbull faced increased pressure this month from Labor and Green politicians to - as Greens Leader Richard Di Natale suggested - “stand up to ‘right wing dinosaurs’ and legalise marriage equality”.
The issue of same-sex marriage has certainly not disappeared with Labor’s announcement that it would block the plebiscite. Rather, advocates for same-sex marriage moved on to try to force a vote in parliament to legalise same-sex marriage without giving the Australian people any say in the matter. But while doing so, they failed to maintain a civil debate, and without a sense of irony, employed insulting and harmful language of which they too often accuse their opponents of using.
The Sydney Morning Herald reported:
On the ABC's Q&A on Monday night, an audience member pressed the Green and Labor representatives on the panel about the same-sex marriage plebiscite being killed off.
“How can the ALP and the Greens turn around to gay and lesbian people in the community when there is no chance for marriage equality in the life of this parliament, and say that they've really put politics before people?” a man asked.
Dr Di Natale said while the plebiscite itself was no longer an option, marriage equality was still up to the Prime Minister. “I don't agree with the premise of your question that marriage equality is doomed - the plebiscite is doomed,” Dr Di Natale said.
“[Malcolm Turnbulll] has an opportunity here. He can stand up to those right-wing dinosaurs inside his own party, show some leadership, be true to who he is, because people are feeling betrayed. Be a leader, stand up, let’s have a free vote in the parliament, and let's get this thing done.”
Economist Judith Sloan said the term “right-wing dinosaur” went against civil debate, and said there was “no way” Mr Turnbull would change his mind on this issue.
This is a transparently clear indication of what the Greens and Labor wanted: to stop the people from deciding the marriage issue. It’s not about avoiding uncivil debate as they like to claim (which at the same time they engage in it themselves!) Labor and the Greens know exactly what the Australian people want when it comes to marriage, so they had to shutdown the plebiscite. As a growing number of Australians are becoming aware of the consequences associated with redefining marriage, same-sex marriage advocates are becoming more desperate.
The cancellation of the plebiscite was Labor and the Greens successful attempt to usurp the people’s right to decide this issue. They may think they have stymied the silent majority, but the Australian people are not fooled: redefining marriage has serious consequences. If the politicians think forcing same-sex marriage on the people will not have consequences, they are unequivocally wrong. "
The LGBTI agenda and its activists are no longer trying to maintain their façade of ‘logical’ or ‘advanced’ thought. They have officially thrown themselves into the arms of the Left’s agenda, relying on the PC culture to act as their shield. This tacit admittance to their own absurdity, and their dependence on equally absurd ordinations to preserve their cause, is frustrating, to say the least. It serves as proof that the homosexual agenda is built on hypocrisy, the greatest of these being their use of the words ‘bigotry’, ‘equality’, and ‘diversity’. While touting the virtues of diversity and the condemnation of bigotry, the activists see no need to abide by the same laws as others.
Cory Bernardi details this mentality:
Whilst demanding others conform to their agenda, they have regularly employed the tactics of totalitarianism whilst claiming to be the victims.
For years, those who support the view that marriage is between a man and a woman have been subject to abuse and slurs from the alphabet mafia. Anyone voicing their support for the status quo is derided as being a dinosaur, a homophobe or an intolerant bigot.
Strangely, the hypocrites define nastiness as saying anything that they disagree with. I acknowledge that there are, unfortunately, some people on the pro-traditional marriage side that spout vitriol but the homosexual marriage advocates often seem blind to the viciousness from their side.
Many people can see through this absurdity, but LGBTI activists view it as a success. There are still publicly-funded tribunals which threaten to financially punish and “re-educate” ‘bigots’ who won’t accept homosexuality as marriage. There are still pro-marriage events cancelled because of ‘concerns’ about the safety of LGBTI minorities. Cory Bernardi highlights the pro-marriage speaking engagement in Sydney that was cancelled due to ”concerns about the safety of the staff’. To make matters worse, PC culture warriors regard such actions as a legitimate affirmation of human rights.
In the end, how will this hypocrisy affect our nation? If freedom of speech is for minorities only, then it ceases to be freedom of speech. If political benevolence in a democracy is only granted to minorities, then it ceases to be a democracy. If the majority is silenced by a tiny minority, democracy becomes dictatorship. The people of Australia need to stand together to protect traditional marriage. If traditional marriage is overruled, our freedoms will be overruled as well.
“You will never build a society on it. You will not build a nation on it.” Former PM Paul Keating on gay marriage. http://www.truemarriageequality.com
Pupils directed to gay sex sites
24th Oct 2016
A government-funded website has potentially exposed young people to explicit information about anal sex and gay saunas.
Changing the definition of marriage is something which affects everyone:
"(1) changing the meaning of marriage (for ALL of us) from the natural reality of a male-female relationship that typically creates offspring into a government-constructed lie,
(2) changing the meaning of parenting from the natural reality of a mother and father relationship that gives a child kinship and identity into a genderless fiction,
(3) enforcing the normality of homosexual behavior with the full force of anti-discrimination law - especially in our 'safe schools' - and silencing any conscientious objectors - especially in our churches.
"In other words, Mr Shorten, this 'opinion poll' is not just about the 1% of couples in Australia who are same-sex, but about the 99% that are opposite sex;
it is not just about the 1 in a thousand children of same-sex couple-families but about the 999 in a thousand other children.
It is not just about happy wedding days for our gay neighbours; it is about letting the sexual radicals send a wrecking ball through our culture.
"That is why all Australian should have our say - you obviously do not understand what is at stake, and are in no position to decide on our behalf."
Greens Senator: ‘right-wing dinosaurs’
They can’t help calling people names! On Q&A on Monday night, Greens Senator Richard Di Natale called on Malcolm Turnbull to ‘stand up to those right-wing dinosaurs’.
He said, “He can stand up to those right-wing dinosaurs inside his own party, show some leadership, be true to who he is, because people are feeling betrayed. Be a leader, stand up, let's have a free vote in the parliament, and let's get this thing done."
Thankfully, economist Judith Sloan spoke up, saying that the term "right-wing dinosaur" went “against civil debate.”
Then Labor MP Tim Watts joined in, to support Di Natale in opposing the plebiscite.
Article: Q&A: Malcolm Turnbull should stand up to 'right wing dinosaurs', Richard Di Natale says, SMH, 18/10/2016.
Paris: Tens of thousands march calling for REPEAL of same-sex ‘marriage’
AP report, "Tens of thousands of people have marched in Paris to call for the repeal of a law allowing gay marriage, six months before France's next presidential election...
“The protesters ended up at Trocadero Plaza, near the Eiffel Tower. Police estimated the crowd at 24,000, while organizers gave a figure of 200,000.
“They were also protesting Sunday against the use of assisted reproduction techniques and surrogate mothers to help same-sex couples have babies. Assisted reproduction is allowed in France only for infertile heterosexual couples and surrogacy is banned.
“The group organizing the march presents itself as promoting the traditional family model of "one mother and one father." It hopes to influence the debate before the presidential election next year.”
Article: Tens of Thousands March in Paris Against Same-Sex Marriage, AP, 16/10/2016.
A message from Sophie York from Marriage Alliance:
What are the potential repercussions of changing the Marriage Act in Australia? Changing any law has consequences for the whole community and the marriage law is no different. I often ask myself what a redefinition of marriage would mean for the individual, the family, and society as a whole. I know that the consequences of such a change would be far-reaching.
This week, we highlight the rights which may be — and already are — at stake as a result of changing views on gender, free speech, parenting, sexuality, and more, and we show how children are being used to score political points. In the name of progress and to protect their extreme agendas, the Left seeks to revoke freedoms that form the basis of Australian society. Where’s the progress in that?
Take a few minutes to read the pieces below, and let us know what you think. I believe that knowing the facts, and discussing these topics with people in your life, will help preserve the values that millions of Australians hold dear.
Marriage Alliance Spokesperson
Children of Same-Sex Parents Speak Out
Children of same-sex couples are starting to speak out, and not in favour of their ‘parents’. One specific woman is making headlines as she exposes the negative effects of growing up without a father... Read more →
Anti-Discrimination Act Gags Freedom of Speech
Any free speech protections that might be offered in a post- same-sex marriage Australia would only apply to a handful of religious leaders, and not the average Australian. Here’s why... Read more →
Shorten’s Mental Health Card: A Low Blow to the LGBTI Community
When Bill Shorten announced that he had the required support from the Labor caucus to kill the marriage plebiscite, he was effectively dealing the ultimate blow to same-sex marriage supporters... Read more →
LGBTI Threats Show "Poison" in Public Life
Staff at the Mercure Hotel were threatened by same-sex marriage advocates, all because the hotel had taken a conference room booking from pro-traditional marriage groups, including Marriage Alliance... Read more →
Shorten’s Use of Children as Political Props is Shameful
By strategically placing children in the front row of his press conference, Bill Shorten used emotional blackmail, insinuating that anyone who opposed his political games opposed the good of the children... Read more →
Parent: Gender Lesson “Borders on Pornographic”
Children are being forced to analyse fictional sexual situations in class, says a parent in NSW’s northern beaches. A pupil was asked to categorise the sexual behaviours of fictional middle-aged characters... Read more →
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Same-sex marriage: Labor's plebiscite rejection over mental health 'ridiculous', says Turnbull
By political reporter Stephanie AndersonPosted yesterday at 3:42pm
Wed 12 Oct 2016, 3:42pm
Related Story: Labor 'fuelling divisiveness' on same-sex marriage: Entsch
Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull says Labor's opposition to the proposed plebiscite on same-sex marriage over mental health concerns is "ridiculous".
Labor has vowed to vote against the legislation to enable the public vote, citing concerns from gay and lesbian community advocates that the plebiscite could stoke homophobia and damage the mental health of young people coming to terms with their sexuality.
Mr Turnbull told the Lower House he had discussed the issue with prominent mental health advocate Professor Patrick McGorry, who highlighted "some small elements" of the debate which could be harmful.
But he told Question Time the plebiscite should proceed anyway.
"Are we going to say that we may not have a public debate on a topic when it is alleged that there will be a minority, some small groups, that will act intemperately?" he said.
"Labor's point is to say that because they believe a small number of people will participate in the debate in an intemperate and harsh way, perhaps in a discourteous and cruel way, then everybody else in Australia, the other 99 per cent of Australians, should not be able to have a say.
"That's ridiculous. It is completely ridiculous.
"If that proposition were accepted, how are we going to go with a referendum on constitutional recognition?
"Are we not going to have that because there are some people that will make unkind, racist remarks?"
"Tasmanian senator, a fierce (supporter of true marriage) opponent of same-sex marriage, warned that changing the definition of marriage is a gross injustice that would "steal from children", threaten Australian society and will do "irreparable damage to the next generation".
Never a truer word was spoken and by a champion of freedom accurately quoted by the Age. Well done.
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Right now is a critical time in the debate about changing the definition of marriage.
Yesterday the Labor Party rejected the opportunity for a vote of the people, denying all Australians a voice in this incredibly important issue.
Bill Shorten claims that ordinary Australians don’t have the right to vote on the definition of marriage — we must stop him from silencing the Australian public.
Millions of Australians support the current definition of marriage and every one of them deserves a say; we must continue to fight for the silent majority.
The Turnbull Government was successfully elected with a promise to allow a plebiscite, and Bill Shorten continues to reject your right to have your voice heard on this important issue. Just three years ago, Bill Shorten publicly supported a people’s vote on redefining marriage but now tells us that “this country does not have the right” to a plebiscite. It’s clear the Labor Party does not respect the voice of the Australian people.
The coming weeks and months will see the Labor Party, Greens, and LGTBI activists pressure the Turnbull Government for a parliamentary vote to change the definition of marriage. Together, we need to keep up the fight to ensure that every Australian’s voice is heard.
We need your support now more than ever to defend the current definition of marriage.
Please help strengthen the fight to ensure that the Australian people get a say: join me in supporting Marriage Alliance. Your support will help build a coalition of organisations across Australia that will fight against redefining marriage by talking with people about the potential consequences of redefining marriage, and advocating for your rights and freedoms as an Australian.
Labor Says ‘Drop Dead Australia’
Oct 11, 2016
The Federal Labor Party has just announced what we all knew it would do: it has blocked a move for a national plebiscite on marriage. It does not want the people of Australia to have a say on one of the most important issues this nation has ever debated. It believes ordinary Australians should have no voice in something that will hugely impact every single one of them.
Here is how one news item opens on this:
Labor has voted to block the same-sex marriage plebiscite in Canberra as Victorian Nationals MP Andrew Broad threatened to walk from the Coalition if they tried to bring about a vote on the issue by any means other than a plebiscite. Labor caucus members shot down the proposal after meeting at Parliament House this morning following Opposition Leader Bill Shorten warning the plebiscite would inflame tensions and put gay Australians at risk.
This means the bill is almost certainly doomed to fail in the Senate with the Greens and key crossbenchers previously stating their opposition to the plebiscite. It happened shortly after Nationals MP Andrew Broad announced he would withdraw his support from the Government if it didn’t use a plebiscite to bring about changes to the Marriage Act.
“The Government that I am part of, and will remain a part of, is conditional on the fact that the only way that there will be a change to the Marriage Act in this Parliament is a plebiscite and my position as a member of the government is very clear on that,” Mr Broad told media this morning. “My support for the Government is conditional that we honour our election commitments. I’m making it very clear here.”
The great irony here is the fact that Labor has said a recent poll of Australians has found most do not prefer a plebiscite. Um, let me get this straight: Labor is quite happy to let the people speak – and abide by the will of the people – when it comes to having a plebiscite in the first place, but it does not want to let the people speak – and abide by the will of the people – when it comes to an actual plebiscite on this issue. Hypocrisy much?
As I just told one journalist, the completely obvious reason why Bill Shorten and Labor do not want to let the people decide this very important matter is because they know they will lose the vote. They are so afraid of and contemptuous of the Australian people, that they want to silence them and prevent them from having their say on this.
This is how democracy works? This is the way we treat freedom of speech? Labor has proven it is an enemy of democracy and free speech. It wants to force every single one of us to embrace and support the radical agenda of a tiny minority group.
This is not freedom but fascism. This is not democracy but despotism. And this is how the Labor Party operates: forget the people, we know better than they do, and we will decide what is ‘good’ for the nation. Shame on them.
And the hypocrisy of Labor goes even beyond this. As Lyle Shelton of the Australian Christian Lobby pointed out:
During the 2013 election campaign Mr Shorten told an ACL candidates’ forum that he supported a plebiscite. Despite constantly claiming overwhelming public support for redefining marriage, it is perplexing that advocates are not willing to trust the Australian people with a decision that has enormous consequences for all families. Such a big change with such big consequences for what children are taught at school, the rights of children to know their mother and father and for freedom of speech should be taken to the people.
Yes everyone will be impacted if homosexual marriage goes ahead, as I have documented so often. See here for example: billmuehlenberg.com/2016/09/30/yes-homosexual-marriage-impacts-every-single-one-us/
This is just another shocking example of secular left political parties spitting in the face of the people as they tell us we cannot be trusted to decide for ourselves what is actually best for us. Our political overlords alone must decide for the people.
This is the stuff we have read about in dystopian novels such as 1984 and Brave New World. Now, thanks to the Labor Party, we are not just reading fictional accounts, but we are now actually experiencing these very things.
Welcome to Labor’s Brave New World.
The following from SaltShakers.org:
Labor caucus votes to OPPOSE a plebiscite on marriage
Labor leader Bill Shorten has just announced that the Labor Party caucus (federal MPS and Senators) has unanimously voted to OPPOSE a plebiscite which would have asked the people if homosexual 'marriage' should be legalized.
In a 3 minute speech to the media, Bill Shorten gave three reasons why Labor would not support a plebiscite and would vote against it in the Senate. These included the cost, the lack of certainty about votes by Coalition MPs and the 'harm done' to homosexual people and their families.
This means that a plebiscite will not be held, since there are now enough votes in the Senate, with crossbenchers and Greens, to defeat the 'plebiscite enabling Bill'.
This is the position we have expected for some time.
Homosexual advocates surrounded Mr Shorten as he made the announcement.
Mr Shorten finished his speech by saying that both he and the Prime Minister support 'marriage equality'. He called for for a 'free vote' in the parliament to legalise homosexual 'marriage'.
News.com reported, "Before Labor formalised its opposition to the public vote, Attorney-General George Brandis released draft amendments to the Marriage Act that could be enabled by a plebiscite late on Monday night. The changes include redefining marriage as between “two people” rather than “a man and a woman” and allowing ministers of religion and non-religious celebrants to refuse to marry a same-sex couple."
WATCH the 3 minute video at SMH - Labor blocks plebiscite
Media report at News.com.au: Labor votes to block same-sex marriage plebiscite
11th Oct 2016
As you can see from the Age article from today, the militant gay campaign to prevent the Australian people from having their say on defending marriage is in full assault mode. They have convinced the ALP to vote against the plebiscite and will now enter a new phase of manipulating the PM and LNP politicians into voting to undermine marriage through a parliamentary vote. The pressure these groups can bring to bear is intense. There are no holds barred. Blackmail. Threats. Intimidation.
Please contact your NLP politicians and encourage them to remain steadfast, to be men and women of honour, courage and integrity as they repel this latest attack on our young and free nation.
"Australian Marriage Equality co-chair Alex Greenwich said the vote would be "very tight" and called on Labor to ensure all its senators voted in accordance with the policy adopted at caucus.
"The political reality is the plebiscite is now dead," he said. He expressed optimism that a free vote could be achieved in this term of Parliament despite the vehement opposition of the Coalition's right wing, insisting the process of agitating for a free vote "can only begin once the plebiscite is finally dead".
Mr Shorten also reflected that position, saying the Prime Minister was "capable of changing his mind" as he had done on this issue previously, as well as several other policy areas.
"When you put to me that Malcolm Turnbull has a rock solid position, I just see that as the start of the debate," the Labor leader said."
Same-sex marriage: Australians assume ‘marriage equality’ has no consequences
By Lyle Shelton
7th Oct 2016
Those pushing for “marriage equality” assume the change is a self evident good and we should all just get on board.
Any Australian who openly supports traditional marriage between a man and woman could find themselves hauled before a tribunal for breaking the law, says Lyle Shelton.
Those pushing for “marriage equality” assume the change is a self evident good and we should all just get on board.
When Sky News host Paul Murray asked me recently “What is the ‘no’ case?”, I was a little taken aback. Murray, a self-described “all in” supporter of same-sex marriage, had never heard the other side of the debate.
Yet he had declared himself for change.
CS Lewis, the author of the Narnia children’s books, famously said the most dangerous form of truth is assumed truth.
I wonder how many other Australians have just assumed same-sex marriage has no consequences.
This assumption was shaken when Mercure Hotel staff at Sydney airport received orchestrated telephone calls from same-sex marriage activists threatening violence if their bosses didn’t cancel a booking on a meeting room for pro man-woman marriage advocates.
Staff at venues booked by the Australian Christian Lobby have faced this many times before, but this time the threats were more violent and vitriolic, creating a genuine safety concern.
People called together by the pro man-woman marriage campaign were forced to meet in secret, something I never thought would happen in the country I grew up in and love.
The 130 leaders, who all managed to covertly find their way to the new venue with just 24 hours notice, met underground in a spirit of defiance of the political elites pushing for change.
There is something about being forced to the catacombs that electrifies the atmosphere. A movement to advocate for the good of man-woman marriage was forged that night in secret in Sydney.
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There is “a time to be silent, and a time to speak”. (Ecclesiastes 3:7). Now is the time to speak, so please speak up and defend children, truth and freedom. Craig Manners
“What the world needs most is a voice that courageously speaks the truth, not when the world is right, but a voice that speaks the truth when the world is wrong.” Fulton Sheen
True marriage offers true equality for children. Every child comes from and needs BOTH a Mum and a Dad. Every human being has dignity and deserves respect. All sorts of relationships can be respected at law without having to change marriage laws. In fact that has been the case legally for many years. The simple fact remains though that not every relationship is marriage.