Big Day in DC, But It’s Aussies Should Pay Attention!


As Australia settles down to watch MPs debate how much or how little freedom will remain to them after the ballot result which exalted a buggers’ menage to parity of esteem with marriage, we hear squeals from the pro-homo camp…

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…angry at decent parliamentarians who dare suggest that religious liberty should be a factor in commercial transactions.

Naturally, The Guardian hosts one such shrill, and almost inevitably, it’s a far-left academic named Anja Hilkemeijer, a lecturer in law at the University of Tasmania…

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…who gleefully tells us that such a factor is an outrage. Clamp-downs are regarded already, in Australia and elsewhere, as a legitimate and proportionate limitation on the right to freedom of religion.

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For example, courts have rejected the argument that religious freedom justifies discrimination against LGBTQI people in relation to commercial accommodation…as well as the selling of cakes.

The eagerness of the gaystapo lobby to poison children’s minds gets a mention too, in the leftist lawyer’s approving reminder that a Canadian court also held that for parents to opt out of the content of state education would be inconsistent with human rights values that favour “inclusivity, equality and multiculturalism.”

https://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2017/nov/22/after-the-yes-vote-lets-not-remove-one-inequality-and-replace-it-with-another

How sickening.

And how many people warned that the triumphal advance of perversion as a human right in Oz would lead to ferocious onslaughts on freedom and on parents’ rights!?!

Hikmejer’s hogwash rolls on and on, but those few quotes are enough to prove my assertion that the case in Washington, before the United States Supreme Court today, should be of vital interest to decent folks in Aussie.

 

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Hence it should be of interest to Aussies what the US wing of that gaystapo has been doing to Christians there.

As AFA says, the case of Colorado cake shop owner Jack Phillips will be argued before the U.S. Supreme Court on December 5. This case has huge ramifications for religious liberty.

You can read about this critical case here.

We’ve covered this previously, and hope fervently that Jack the Baker wins.
And we hope that Aussies are gearing up for similar battles, which are surely imminent.

At least Pro-Homo Anja is worried that last year, the Australian Christian Lobby established the Australian Human Rights Alliance (AHLA) precisely for this purpose.

The AHLA is already running a number of cases on behalf of conservative Christians, including challenges to anti-discrimination law on the basis of the implied freedom of political communication and the religious freedom provision in the Tasmanian constitution.