I received an interesting critical comment on my last post, ‘WHO Advances the Pedophile Agenda’: There’s never going to be normalisation of non-consenting relationships. This individual is not alone: as of 26 May 2020, most leftists probably object to pedophilia on the ground of consent. More or less, their reasoning (if pressed) would go along… Continue reading Will ‘Consent’ Prevent the Normalisation of Pedophilia?
What might have been considered a preposterous prediction in earlier years—the normalisation of pedophilia through the LGBT+ agenda—is increasingly becoming a reality. At this post’s close, are links to 3 articles which reflect the push to desensitising public attitudes towards pedophilia. But for now consider the last dramatic social shift—gay marriage—and its connection to the… Continue reading The Normalisation of Pedophilia
With unyielding disdain for Australia’s deplorables, the ABC has alleged ‘cognitive ability shapes attitudes on equal rights for same- sex couples.’ Translation: If you believe in traditional marriage, you are likely less intelligent than the savvy ‘Yes’ crowd. Conversely, it should be noted the Coalition for Marriage campaign does not utilize simple, elementary arguments appealing… Continue reading The ABC vs ‘No’ voter deplorables
Yesterday, ex- Prime Minister Tony Abbott was headbutted allegedly over his views on same sex marriage. And today, an ABC staffer was caught celebrating the assault. True, the staffer sent a private email to a colleague, and this celebration was mild. But it seems the attitudes held by the person who headbutted Abbott, and the… Continue reading ABC newsroom staffer emails ‘Good’ in response to Tony Abbott’s alleged assault
People’s feelings should not be the basis for legislation produced by any parliament. As best put by Nicola Wright; “Once a hurtful thing has been said, issuing the perpetrator with a fine is not going to change that. The idea that we need to be protected from our feelings by the benevolent hand of government… Continue reading No winners with same-sex hate bill
The no campaign further exposing the LGBT Agenda and its virulent neo- Marxist links. Why Vote No, September 10, 2017: Yes, it’s true that the vast majority of same-sex couples who intend on marrying are doing so for the sentimental aspect of equality. However, there is a dark side behind the push for the legalisation… Continue reading LGBT Agenda
A timely word from Sherry Sufi on the myth of ‘marriage equality’. Why Vote No, by Sherry Sufi, September 7, 2017: Australians will soon make a choice on redefining marriage. This is a good thing. It helps us settle one of the most divisive social issues of our time. We will move forwards as a… Continue reading Why I’ll be saying ‘I don’t’
Andrew Bolt on the latest disturbing behaviour from pro- gay marriage bullies:
If anything could unify a lackluster conservative/ Middle Australia against gay marriage, it would likely be the bullying, the fake news, and the bigotry frequently espoused by pro- gay marriage advocates. 20, 15, or perhaps even 10 years ago, I’d have accepted the overwhelming proponents of hatred regarding the subject of homosexuality, originating from bible-… Continue reading Legitimacy questions raised over SSM poster
How can a people who universally agreed on traditional understandings of marriage ten years ago, change their opinions so dramatically? Either there has been an enormous purging of ‘homophobia’ from our society, or Australians have not thought these proposed changes through. While the elitist Guardian is refusing to listen to all anti- gay marriage campaigners, genuine… Continue reading Should Australia recognize gay marriage?
Julie Bishop cutting short a long planned trip to the Philippines, seems to suggest something dramatic is mounting within the Liberal Party. For as Malcolm Turnbull appears unable to control his backbenchers over the proposed gay marriage plebiscite, it therefore seems the Prime Minister has lost control over the Liberal partyroom. While a potential challenge… Continue reading Bishop to cut trip short amid Libs drama
Recent calls to change the name of Margaret Court Arena, as well as Samantha Stosur’s recent comments, reflect the warped direction Leftists have headed along in the past 5 or so years. While the Left once defended diverse thought and opinion, it has increasingly become an insular, dogmatic, totalitarian engine for silencing all those who dare disagree with the status quo. And… Continue reading Sam Stosur hints at player boycott of Margaret Court Arena at 2018 Australian Open
The Spectator, by Caleb Stephen, May 4, 2017: By now, I’m sure you would’ve heard the news that the Victorian Andrews government is backing a brand new “feminist collective” strategy under the assumed guise of tackling domestic violence through a $21 million tax-payer funded school program called Respectful Relationships. Whether you like it or not,… Continue reading Daniel Andrews gender agenda and mythmaking
After I discussed the cowardly rollover from Coopers’ earlier in the week, their recent ‘apology’ video has come to my attention. While I’ve spent many days over the past few years criticizing the Regressive Left, this pitiful, cringe- worthy plea for totalitarian forgiveness, is the worst instance of regressive intrusion I have seen yet. It demonstrates just how far regressive… Continue reading Coopers’ cowering ‘apology’ video
For the Regressive Left to maintain any future hold over their claims of supporting ‘tolerance’ and ‘equality’, they must first recognize their own painstakingly obvious, unfettered intolerance for other groups. Including those who might happen to disagree with them (god forbid). This is my honest, sincere advice to any ‘progressive’ who has sought to bully Coopers into… Continue reading Left-wing intolerance must be called out