Plebiscite at risk. Speak up before the rainbow activists take your right to decide on this major issue. 18th April is their target.
Homosexual activists now arrogantly proclaim they own the parliament. But they do not own the Australian people. Insist that the people decide this issue.
Parliament convenes on 18th April 2016. AME and the other lobby groups proposing to change our country's marriage laws, those against preserving marriage as it has always been, are actively putting extreme and persistent pressure on Australian politicians to avoid a plebiscite and to take the democratic power out of the hands of the people in the coming weeks.
They are working Canberra to achieve their goal of having a stacked, intimidated and pressured parliament make the decision when parliament resumes, because they rightly fear that the Australian people will not be hoodwinked by this movement to normalize unnatural, unhealthy and risky homosexual sex acts and lifestyles and promote them to our nation's children.
If the politicians cannot defend our children, we must insist that they allow the people to do so in a plebiscite.
Please make a stand today to preserve our democracy and the people's right to be heard on this major issue. Take the time now, and then on an ongoing regular basis, until this attack on marriage is dealt with by the people's vote, to email as many federal politicians as you can.
Pleas tell them in civilized but forceful language that you support them standing up for marriage and children and request that they insist that the government maintain the promised plebiscite so the people can decide this important issue.
Given the amount of parliamentary time and resources the homosexual campaign has taken up over the past decade or so, the cost of the promised people’s vote on marriage is a reasonable price to pay to settle this divisive issue.
Any amount of money, which will circulate in the economy and help the nation anyway, is a reasonable and necessary price to pay to settle the issue.
This is a major issue, not a minor issue. It affects everyone, and the future generations to come. Todays leaders will be judged and the plebiscite is the best way to be good stewards for the future generations. Changing marriage requires a child to miss out on their mother or father and millions of Australians will have to give up rights to freedom of speech, association and religion.
Changing marriage will not be the end of rainbow politics. The movement will move onto other social engineering agendas, such as legalizing and normalizing drug use, depraved sex acts, laws against Christian churches, hate speech laws against Christian pastors, commercial surrogacy laws, sex-ed classes teaching homosexual sex acts to school children (Safe Schools coalition to normalize homosexual sex).
The 16 failed attempts to legislate same-sex marriage in the federal parliament reveals that it is right that the people resolve this issue given the enormous amount time parliaments have spent on it. It is time to take the power out of the hands of homosexual activists and give it to the people.
There is extreme pressure being placed on many parliamentarians to change their mind on marriage, under threat of being labelled a bigot or homophobe and lambasted by the pro-homosexual media.
It is obvious that some are caving in to this duress, and the AME now boldly proclaim they own the parliament and that they will get the law changed if it is discussed in April.
But they do not own the Australian people.
If they really think that the majority of Australians want homosexual marriage why are they scared of a plebiscite?
Only a decision in the privacy of the ballot box, free from intimidation and pressure, can decide this issue in such a way that there will be no ongoing division. Let the people speak.
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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