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  • ross1948 16:17 on December 7, 2017 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , gay wedding cake, , , Justice Anthony Kenndy, ,   

    Justice Kennedy And ‘An Affront’ To ‘The Angries!’ 

    The case we featured yesterday is now under way in the USA’s highest court…

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

    …and Justice Anthony Kennedy is said to be the SCOTUS ‘swing’ vote on the issue.


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    Kennedy ‘wrote the 2015 decision making same-sex marriage legal,’ so he evidently sees nothing bizarre about equating normal couples with ‘men’ who enjoy having oral and anal ‘sex’ with other ‘men.’

    So I suppose it’s only to be expected that he came out with the peculiar concern that displaying a sign outside a storefront that says a business doesn’t serve same-sex weddings would be an affront to the gay community.   https://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2017/dec/5/anthony-kennedy-likely-swing-case-same-sex-wedding/

    Big deal!

    What is really bizarre, surely, is that decent Americans find themselves before the court on the question of whether they may choose to express their perfectly natural distaste for maladjusted ‘gays.’

    Used to be a nice word, ‘gay,’ meaning cheerful, but it’s been hi-jacked by homos who seem, for the most part, to be rarely cheerful, more steeped in vicious snarling anger against decent folk.


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    Much better, surely, if we refer to them accurately as  ‘The Angries!’

    Actually, Jack Phillips, the Christian baker involved, had gone out of his way NOT to affront homos. He is perfectly willing to sell them any of the confectionaries he makes…


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    …he does not discriminate in his business and would happily sell gay customers any other cakes on offer in his bakery….

    …EXCEPT wedding cakes, because his Christian creed asserts that homo-marriage is not marriage at all, and that he has a constitutional right to stand by his religious beliefs.

    The queers who caused all the trouble could have gone to any baker in Colorado, or anywhere in the USA, and there are plenty of bakers who would sell tem what they need to celebrate their un-natural union.

    But the gaystapo agenda revels in trouble-making, determined to bludgeon down critics, so the ‘affronted’ pair minced off to a pack of state-funded sticky-beaks…



    …and lo, in the home of the brave and the land of the free, Colorado’s Civil Rights Commission ordered him to bake cakes for everyone, regardless of their sexual orientation.

    We must now wait a year, so it seems, for a ruling.

    It’s a measure of what’s wrong with America that any discussion on religious liberty needs to take more than five minutes.

    The justices should tell the whining ‘gays’ to shimmy off !

  • ross1948 08:13 on December 5, 2017 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , gay wedding cake, , , Same-sex 'marriage' legislation, ,   

    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…



    …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…



    …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.



    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.”


    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.




    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.


    • Keith Milner 10:07 on December 5, 2017 Permalink | Reply

      Fair warning to be sure. The gaystapo has Turnbull on its side as we always expected would happen.
      Our country has gone downhill so far and so fast.

      I was glad you ignored that disgusting scene in our parliament with the queer MP proposing to his boy-friend in the public gallery.
      It shamed Australia and indicates how we are going to have this kind of thing flaunted ( a good word I picked up from your blog) in our faces from now on.


  • ross1948 16:48 on July 2, 2017 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , gay wedding cake, , ,   

    Ignore Maladjusted Madrid- In USA, Cake Goes To Court! 

    All the usual media suspects have been showing us nauseating newsreel of cavorting queers in Madrid, where thousands of the sads had gathered to show off their joy in being maladjusted. I won’t spoil  your Sunday brunch with photos of  that.

    Instead, some very good news from the USA, where freedom fighters are fighting back.



    Under President Trump there are fresh rays of hope to be seen.

     Supreme Court Justices have agreed to hear the case of Christian baker Jack Phillips…it’s a hopeful sign that the days of persecution against believers like Jack may be numbered.  http://www.frc.org/get.cfm

    It’s much the same story as other gaystapo witch-hunts.



    Like so many Christian businesses, the war on religious freedom came to the Phillips’s front door when two men visited Masterpiece Cakes in 2012 and asked for a same-sex wedding cake. Jack was kind — but firm — in his conviction that he wouldn’t participate in a ceremony that violates his faith…




    So the nasty homos launched a campaign to crush Jack’s business – the gaystapo intolerant agenda on display once more….but!

    Ironically, business only boomed. People flocked to the Colorado cake shop to show their support.

    As the FRC report reminds us, ...Masterpiece Cakes isn’t the first bakery liberals have tried to stick a fork in. The clash between religious liberty and same-sex marriages continues to explode in businesses across America, where everyone from family farms and butchers to B&Bs and bakers are trying to come to grips with this brave new world of political correctness.

    Now that America’s highest court has an extra voice – and vote -for liberty on board, we must hope that a roll-back is on the  way.

    Nice to have good news to give you on a sunny Sunday morning.


  • ross1948 17:25 on October 24, 2016 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , gay wedding cake, ,   

    Gaystapo Wins in Ulster – A Dark Day for Freedom, Decency and Logic! 

    A dark, dark day for religious liberty, and all the more so because it’s in British Ulster, detested by the cultural marxists who infest the ruling elites in the rest of the UK.


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    • They clearly saw this as their chance to effect a ‘great leap forward’ in their war on a a bastion of traditional values!

    And thanks to a trio of robed clowns, they will be celebrating tonight, swilling their pink gins with vindictive glee.

    . That’s the sad tidings reflected in this headline from The Irish News


    Ashers bakery loses appeal against ‘gay cake’ ruling

    For those unfamiliar with the background, a smarmy creep named Gareth Lee requested a cake depicting Sesame Street characters Bert and Ernie below the motto “Support Gay Marriage” for an event to mark International Day Against Homophobia.


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    Lee minced off to whine to the local wing of the gaystapo, the Equalities Commission, claiming he was left feeling like a lesser person.

    He didn’t previously?

    How odd!

    He’s certainly an odd person, as odd as a nine bob note, as we used to say…

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    …with a very odd line of argument, as a writer in the Belfast Newsletter notes.


    Let’s look at a different example – its what lawyers call a comparator.

    If I, as a straight guy, ordered a cake with slogan saying ‘Support Gay Marriage,’ Ashers would have declined my order. Discrimination requires people to be treated differently.

    As Mr Lee and I would have been treated the same, there is by definition no discrimination.

    The strange thing is that the Equality Commission argument is that I would have been discriminated against on the grounds of sexual orientation. If you are confused, you are not alone.


    One might wonder why any normal person ought be obliged to endorse such an unwholesome event as the International Day Against Homophobia.

    But not these days.

    Dare to dissent!

    That’s the challenge nowadays, not only to Christians but to everyone who believes in individual freedom, or religious liberty…



    ….or just basic decency.

    And all such people recoiled at the conclusion, when Lee was awarded a legalised rip-off of 500 quid ‘compensation!’

    Now we learn that the Court of Appeal in Belfast has reaffirmed the cruel iniquity of the previous hearing.

    God damn them!

  • ross1948 14:36 on February 20, 2015 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , DUP Paul Givan, freedom of conscience, gay wedding cake, , , , , ,   

    Sinn Fein/IRA and Gaystapo – Natural Bed-Fellows? 



    Some readers will be aware of the latest gaystapo hate campaign in Ulster, where the so-called Equality Commission has brought a civil case against Ashers Baking Company after it refused to bake a cake with a pro-gay marriage slogan.


    Now Paul Givan, a DUP member of the Northern Ireland Assembly, plans to bring forward a “conscience clause” to reform Ulster law, creating a legal exemption on grounds of strongly held religious beliefs.


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    It is of course deplorable that any law prevents people in any private business from accepting or rejecting customers on any grounds. It’s THEIR business, not the state’s. But these days it’s sexually normal folk who find themselves in the firing line.  

    “Our democracy for centuries sought to make reasonable accommodation for religious belief and freedom of conscience,” says Givan…”Gay rights, and the right to have those rights endorsed and promoted by everyone, is more important than the rights of Christians to live according to their conscience,” he said.

    But at once legislators belonging to the Sinn Fein/IRA murder gang faction, who ipso facto ought to be disqualified from debates on morality of any kind, are declaring solidarity with the gaystapo. This could well scupper the needful reform.

    Having recently criticised the DUP, I’m glad to admit that Gavin’s move is to be applauded, as a welcome but small step to roll back the queers’ crusade against freedom.

    But TUV leader Jim Alister is also on the warpath to defend decency. He tabled a proposal for a half-a-million pounds reduction in the ‘Equality’ Commissars’ budget.


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    “Clearly the Commission has too much money if it has money to squander on persecuting a Christian bakery. So, I am giving MLAs the opportunity to express their disapproval of the conduct of the commission by cutting their budget. Such is a traditional parliamentary tactic available to backbenchers to focus attention on a matter of public concern…we have the opportunity, in addition, to give tangible effect to denunciation of the Commission’s anti-Christian agenda.

    “Taking £500,000 off its budget will focus the Commission’s mind on addressing its proper role, instead of its malicious vendetta against conservative Christians.

    But what happened next?

    Sinn Fein/IRA joined with the other overtly disloyal party, the SDLP, in a procedural device, ‘a petition of concern,’ to block any vote on Jim’s amendment.


    Aware of Sinn Fein/IRA murder boss Gerry Adams’ notorious cover-up of pedophilia in his own family…

    …it was surely predictable they’d pander to perversion.

    And readers who recall my recent description of the Sinn Fein/IRA Speaker of the House…

    Mr. Speaker, Sir – You’re the Scum of the Earth! 

    …will not be surprised to learn that HIS name was on that petition, tippexed out at the last minute to maintain the fantasy that he’s impartial.


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