"STIFF CHEDDA STRAIGHTS, WE GOT YA AGAIN!"
Four-time Walkley Award winning political commentator and Churchill Fellow, has returned to the fray over concern that the integrity of news dissemination is continually being threatened by a partisan media.
I voted no. Not because I reckoned homosexuals shouldn't get married, they should be able to, but because we were being conned, and this dodgy High Court let it happen when they okayed a vote they cunningly called a “survey”.
The yes campaign said it expected 80 per cent of forms to be returned within two days of being received. They were right, the vote had already been decided, and that’s where Australia was conned.
The Green gays began their campaign with the dishonest slogan of “marriage equality”. Naturally everyone, including me, agrees with that, but it morphed into more accurate slogans as the campaign evolved.
Hmm, can I think about this? Nope, too late!
As the weeks went by and people began to look more seriously at what the gay lobby was up to the no votes started pouring in. But it was too late! Sixty per cent of the eighty per cent of votes cast had already been posted and they couldn’t be changed.
The "no" advertising budget was a waste of time and money.
In a referendum, election or plebiscite, you can decide what way you vote right up until voting closes. Now you can see why they wanted it called a “survey”. And still not a soul has complained because they still don’t understand what actually happened.
The gay lobby realised that almost everyone agreed with “marriage equality” and it had the entire media on their side, so they had to move quickly to ensure that anyone who had time to consider what they were really up to, well, their votes wouldn’t count.
This has to be the best con since Trotsky was at his peak!
Plebiscites, referenda and elections are voted for on one specific day in the future, but not this “survey”, it was purposefully and cunningly constructed back-to-front! Weeks of campaigning are always allowed for prior to a voter making a decision. But not this time.
Dinner parties, pubs and workplace discussions provided informed opinions but those opinions were worthless… the vote had already been decided ahead of time! The gay lobby was already rejoicing after two days, and many weeks before the pointless voting ceased.
If the no vote decided to take this result to the High Court, along with the AEC, on the evidence the Court would have to chuck this result out as undemocratic, unconstitutional, unfair, and outrageous.
Next time you deal with the gay lobby, you better have your wits about you.
And it’s more than a little interesting that the lowest number of yes votes were registered in Muslim-heavy electorates. So, if a strapping young Muslim lad arrives home with his surprise boyfriend and is told an appointment with the local Imam is required to carry out a castration operation, who can interfere? No-one interferes with FGM, so why would anyone care about MGM, after all it’s a sacrosanct religious matter is it not? Religions are free to carry out whatever they want, are they not?
There is no doubt this SSM debate will only further anger genuine religious people and further embolden gays to legally intimidate them. It’s what the gays wanted, it’s what they did relentlessly, and a sixty per cent majority is a figure, in their little minds, that licenses them to repay in spades the hurt they have felt for a generation.
Legislated civil unions, tailored to homosexuals, wasn’t good enough for them, they wanted what,we had, and now they will dominate family life as their own.
The hurt will now belong to the religious people, as their Marriage Act is about to be utterly trashed.
I don’t care what gays do (as long as blokes don't adopt babies) but I feel sorry for those to whom the Marriage Act means a lot… the aged couple still holding hands, enjoying each other’s company as they proudly prepare to die. The oaths they made to each other no longer exist. They are gone, swamped in a modern tsunami of PC and Green-gay dominance over traditional male-female attraction.
If legislated protections are to cater for religious beliefs it might be wise to start your own tax-free religion. Like the one I’m planning… “The Brotherhood of St Agnosticus’ Church of the Latter Day Dickheads”. (If you don’t want to join mine I hear “St Athiest” is still available if you hurry.)
We are having automatic absolution of all our past, current and future sins, hymns replaced with the best of country music, like “Achey Breaky Heart”, the Brothers get two sheilas each birthday and the Sisters get to pass around the collection plate for the pizza bread and wine.
Our Muslim Brothers have a swing night each Friday after prayers to take their minds off killing us, where four of their fat, hairy women are currently worth one of our average ones. But they all wear burkahs to make it a sort of lucky dip.
Anyone caught talking PC crap is made to listen to one hour of Derryn Hinch talking about himself and his conquests followed by excommunication.
The ill-prepared conservative Right should prepare for some nasty changes,
… and there’s only one mob to blame, plus the High Court