· In the 1993 the Liberal Government passed Hate-Crime legislation making acts that were already criminal more criminal if they were perpetrated against
more-than-equal people visibly identifiable groups, (this was later amended to include sexual orientations.)
· Hate crimes were also defined to include the publication of material considered hateful to the
more-than-equal people, uhh, some identifiable groups. Government officials were quick to reassure concerned Canadians that this didn’t include the Bible, which condemns homosexuality as a sin and abomination. It was an amendment that had sexual-orientation added to this bill, it will only take an amendment to make the Bible ILLEGAL. WAKE UP!!!!!!!
· When the courts in
· Then the courts ruled in the Rosenberg case that the Federal Government had to provide spousal benefits for same-sex couples in the civil service. The Liberal government made promises the ruling wouldn’t be used to undermine traditional marriage. (Interestingly, Gay MP and self-confessed but unprosecuted jewel thief Svend Robinson promised the Homosexual press that it would.)
· In 1999 the Liberal Government loudly and with great fanfare led a free vote in the House of Commons reaffirming the traditional definition of Marriage. Yet after the aforementioned court ruling, the SAME LIBERAL GOVERNMENT legislated Homosexual Marriage under the bait-and-switch name “civil union” as a part of Prime Minister Jean Chretien’s retirement legacy. The homosexual press was quick to claim this ruling as one more step in their battle to redefine society. Cabinet officials however, were quick to assure concerned Canadians this was not intended to undermine Traditional Marriage.
· In their December 9th decision on homosexual marriage, the Supreme Court ruled that Churches and the clergy had the right to refuse to participate in this bit of social engineering. Relief was the primary response from social conservatives. It should have been outrage that both the courts and our politicians were in fact claiming to allow the churches to act in accordance to their beliefs.
Freedom of religion is one of those basic, inalienable human rights referred to in the American Declaration of Independence. No totalitarian state can survive true freedom of religion, (eg, communist
What frightens me is that most Canadians have accepted it.