Some people seem to think that a ‘Yes’ vote will make the homosexual lobby happy and that they’ll go away and spend the rest of their time traipsing from one wedding to another.
However, nothing could be further from the truth. A breakthrough on marriage represents a shattering of all defences against the onslaught of the Pink Panzers. They will not stop but will brutally and ruthlessly exploit the gap created to destroy all resistance.
The goal is to completely and radically revolutionise society’s understanding of the family unit. Every remnant of the traditional concept of family must be eradicated.
So before we rush headlong to the end of the rainbow, it would be worthwhile considering what battles have erupted in other nations once homosexual marriage was legalised.
Like New Zealand.
Family First New Zealand has just been stripped of its status as a charity. And this is the reason why:
The Board considers that Family First has a purpose to promote its own particular views about marriage and the traditional family that cannot be determined to be for the public benefit in a way previously accepted as charitable.
Ponder that sentence for a moment.
A change to the law on marriage means that state bureaucracies have now determined that there is no public benefit from organisations that promote traditional views on marriage and family.
This decision now threatens schools, hospitals, hostels, homeless shelters and any other number of organisations – unless they get on board with ‘marriage equality’ too.
There can be no doubt that the same insanity will also be unleashed in Australia if we follow New Zealand’s sorry footsteps.
Vote no if you want to stop this onslaught. It will get much harder if we don’t win now.