You people just don’t understand how hard it is to be a conservative Christian.
According to Scott Morrison, he has been exposed to hatred and bigotry for his righteous discrimination against LGBTQI couples.
The Australian Christian Lobby has reported death threats and harassment to police, which Mr Shelton said had been “distressing” for the staff involved.
And Bill called Cory Bernardi a homophobe which is blatantly unfair when all he said was that the push for same-sex marriage was coming from “radicals” who were determined to overturn the social fabric of Australian society and that it would inevitably lead to sheep shagging.
Cory knows the link between “non-traditional” families and higher levels of “criminality among boys and promiscuity among girls”. No fault divorce was the thin end of the wedge.
Eric Abetz reminds us that “The undeniable truth is that the nature of marriage is exclusionary by design. It has always existed for just one man and one woman” and “For our children’s sake it needs to continue to do so.” Nothing will bring about social harmony better than exclusion.
Zed Selesja is out there fighting the good fight by calling for the overturn of ACT laws which protect women from being harassed, intimidated, obstructed, photographed, or filmed as they access Canberra’s abortion clinic.
I mean, after all, Pro-life supporters have been doing it for 17 years but are now banned from demonstrating within 50 metres of the site – that is blatant discrimination right there.
George Brandis pleaded with us to be kind to bigots. They have every right to harass whoever they please.
Luckily we have George Christensen protecting our children from the deviant grooming contained in the Safe Schools program. Talking to children about empathy and diversity cannot be tolerated. Five year olds will start watching gay pornography, girls will bind their chests, and boys will all want to tuck their penises.
In upholding the fight for their version of Christian values to be imposed on everyone, the Coalition has preferenced Fred Nile’s Christian Democrats on 5 of their Senate How to Vote Cards. In Victoria and South Australia, Bob Day’s Family First gets the nod, and in WA where the Libs and the Nats have separate HTV, the Libs have the Australian Christians, a split off group from the CDP, at #3. In NT, Rise Up Australia even gets a berth at #6 on the CLP preferences.
But Malcolm assures us that all will be well. Gay people and their supporters should not underestimate how civil we Australians are… apparently.
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