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Tuesday, March 31, 2015

America-an unprincipled wasteland racing headlong to Judgement. (Indiana Religious Freedom law)

It's a sad day when you hold to enduring principles and have not deviated over time, while you observe those moral jellyfish in high places either caving in, or cringing in cowardly  fear, while others crave for even more degeneracy in the land.  Indiana is where a simple and innocent expression of conscience by a Christian florist has been turned into a national lynch mob of crazed progressive villagers carrying pitch forks and torches and crying out "Free for us Barabbas" ... or more accurately... "Let's politically lynch all those opposed to  gay domination of the public space".

A Christian florist in Indiana who employed a gay man for a long time declined to do the flowers for his 'wedding' - He resigned (to get married, not because of the refusal to supply flowers) without any expression of  anger and that was the end of the story....she thought.

The next thing you know, the State Attorny General is on the florists case and she is turned into a public chew toy for progressives and pro gay 'terrorists'. So much for human rights and the freedom to 'hold and practice' your beliefs.

The law asserts that the government can't "substantially burden a person's exercise of religion" and that individuals who feel like their religious beliefs have been or could be "substantially burdened" can lean on this law to fend off lawsuits.

Two cases have arisen which give impetus to this protective law. One, a baker refused to make a wedding cake for a known Gay couple. The other a florist who refused to supply flowers for a gay wedding of a former employee.

The argument from the antagonists of this liberating law, claim that "What's next? If a gay couple order a meal in a resturant will they be told "sorry, we don't serve gays".  This is an extreme over-reaction, because the only cases which have arisen have been about "known" homosexuals relative to the business. If a 'couple' goes to a resturant, they are just two people, (or a group) who, if good manners still apply, will refrain from too much overt affection that signals their sexuality, as you would expect from any couple or group that cares about basic human decorum.

If a gay bar/hotel in Collingwood Victoria Australia can obtain an exemption from the Equal Opportunity Act to enable them to DISCRIMINATE against heterosexuals, (refuse them entry to the club) on the grounds that the homosexual patrons would find this...'iccky' and make them feel uncomfortable, then surely good for the goose, good for the gander? 

This is at the heart of these issues, it is never about 'equality'.... but the reason America is self destructing on the issue of religious freedom, is the momentum provided by the nefarious likes of Bill Gates and other high profile mega rich people giving massive donations to the various sexually deviant lobby groups to fund glossy and glaring public relations campaigns to promote their cause at the expense of other Americans.

Terms such as SLAMS and LASHES and 'FURIOUS BACKLASH'  are being used by CNN this morning directed against Indiana  Governor  Mike Pense for making a courageous stand against this clear and present danger to religious freedom for Christians. (and any other religion which has beliefs which are not compatible with promoting homosexuality, and this includes Islam!) You can bet that if a Muslim baker refused to supply a wedding cake to a gay couple, there would be deafening silence from the sexual deviance and civil rights industry, who rely for the most part on the Muslim vote to achieve many of their political goals.

Let's be clear... Human Rights includes the freedom to decline any transaction that offends one's beliefs.

Article 18
1. Everyone shall have the right to freedom of thought, conscience and religion. This right shall include freedom to have or to adopt a religion or belief of his choice, and freedom, either individually or in community with others and in public or private, to manifest his religion or belief in worship, observance, practice and teaching.

Note the words.. MANIFEST and PRACTICE.

MILLENIALS?
Apparently, the 'millenial' generation has a 70% approval of gay marriage.  But the previous generation has about 60%.

ENTER EDWARD BERNAYS.  This shift is not due to some gradual awakening of social conscience, it is a result of a deliberate propaganda campaign, funded by the likes of Bill Gates, that follows the principles laid down in Bernays 1920s books "Propaganda", "Engineering of Consent" and "The Crystalizing of Public Opinion".  Those principles were used by the National Socialists in Germany to prepare the public mind for acceptance of the holocaust. We know this because Goebbels bought Bernays books. (and Bernays, the nephew of Sigmund Freud, was Jewish!)

So, before you go apoplectic about these "awful"  Christians, how about reading and digesting Article 18 of the Convention on Human Right hmmmm?




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