You might read the title of this post and think “well, duh”, but unless you’ve been living under a rock, you’ll know that all across the Western world, leftists (Obama, Gillard, Cameron and Key) are busy working with their fellow-travellers and useful idiots (in New Zealand, people like Farrar and Slater), opening up the next battle in the war against the traditional family. Why are they doing this? Well, our old friends the Soviets realised long ago that before you have a dictatorship of the proletariat (i.e. genuine Socialism, where everyone is reliant on the state for everything) you must first destroy the ties that bind. And the strongest are the Church and the Family. Now, it’s highly likely that our leftist enemies like the Greens, Farrar and Slater would argue that’s not what they’re doing at all. They just want “equality”. The very definition of useful idiots. But that’s not the point of this post.
In New Zealand the Bill which seeks to redefine marriage is on its way through the legislative process, and is currently going through Select Committee hearings. Many thousands of submissions have been made to the Select Committee, the vast majority opposing the Bill (not that I expect that to slow down the social engineers in Parliament).
Colin Craig, leader of the Conservative Party, appeared before the Committee recently and argued passionately and articulately that homosexuality is a choice, and society is right to discriminate on marriage in favour of the traditional family.
Garth McVicar also appeared. He argued (as I do) that changing the law to allow same-sex marriage will be yet another erosion of basic morals and values in society which have led to an escalation of child abuse, domestic violence, and an ever-increasing prison population. Of course, his message has been twisted by the MSM and other assorted useful idiots so that people now believe he said that gays are increasing the prison population, but that’s what the MSM and useful idiots to. Find a meme and stick with it.
McVicar Bob McCroskie, from Family First, is running a petition seeking to protect marriage. The petition has already been signed by 72,000 good kiwis and presented to the Select Committee, but they’re keeping it open for more folks to sign. Here’s the link, in case you’ve not signed already. Even if it doesn’t stop the scum in our Parliament, it will at least send them a message.