Two days ago I revealed that the Islamic community was quietly being urged to vote ‘yes’ in the plebiscite to redefine marriage.
It might seem strange.
But it is actually logical.
The argument for ‘marriage equality’ has no logical basis for restricting this institution to just two people. In fact, homosexual ‘marriage equality’ will necessarily and inevitably morph into a battle for the recognition of multiple partners.
And this is why: biology.
A heterosexual couple only needs two people (a husband and wife) to become parents (the mother and father).
Homosexuals, regardless of how ‘equal’ things become, are simply unable to match this reproductive efficiency. They need a third person to assist in the process of creating a child.
Part of the argument for ‘marriage equality’ is the creation of legal certainty for homosexuals, and it is clear that ‘marriage equality’ for two cannot do this. One of the ‘parents’ is not recognised in the relationship.
As I said, it is inevitable that there will be a push for recognition of multiple partners in marriage.
And this is why the Islamic community, despite violent Koranic antipathy towards homosexuals, wants to see the plebiscite to redefine marriage succeed. They want legalised Sharia polygamy ‘marriage equality’ as well.
A ‘yes vote’ does not just open the door to recognition of multiple partners, it sets the Sharia train speeding from the station.
This train will become a wreck the Australian community does not need or want. But it will come hard and fast come if the plebiscite proceeds.
And if you find it hard to believe the Islamic community will be riding it for all its worth, just know this: Germany legalised ‘marriage equality’ six weeks ago.
Every. Single. One.