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      http://www.ntnews.com.au/lifestyle/a...2445f3869ff820

      THE first television advertisement for a ‘say no to same-sex marriage’ campaign has aired on Australian television.

      The advertisement from the Coalition for Marriage — the key organisation behind the ‘No’ campaign — features Australian mothers who speak out as part of a series aimed at highlighting what they claim are issues that could arise from the proposed legislation.

      Cella White, the first Australian woman who appears in the advertisement, tells viewers that her son’s school told him “he could wear a dress next year if he felt like it”. A second woman then stares down the barrel of the camera and claims that “when same-sex marriage passes as law overseas this type of program become (sic) widespread and compulsory”.

      The comments are followed by a black screen with text: “In countries with gay marriage, parents have lost their rights to choose”, it reads.

      A third woman expresses concern that “kids in Year 7 are being asked to role play being (in) a same-sex relationship”.

      The advertisement ends with the caption: “We have a choice. You can say no.”

      It prompted a mixed reaction on social media with some users calling it an outrage and others expressing their support.

      Australian Labor Party and Opposition Leader Bill Shorten told Fairfax Media the ad was “offensive and hurtful to LGBTI Australians and their families”.

      “This is exactly what was predicted when Malcolm Turnbull decided to waste $122 million on a postal survey. He gave the green light to this rubbish,” Mr Shorten said.

      Equality Campaign executive director Tiernan Brady told news.com.au the “ad is disgraceful in its dishonesty”.

      “The people behind this ad know that the Australian people are for allowing all Australians the right to marry so they want to desperately pretend this simple straightforward question is about something else,” Mr Brady said.

      “As they try to divide Australians will continue to campaign to unite all Australians.”

      Coalition for Marriage spokeswoman Sophie York said in a statement that “radical LGBTIQ sex and gender education programs” had started to become mandatory for primary schools in Canada and the UK.

      “Every day across the country, on social media, in coffee shops, in mothers’ groups and at barbecues, hundreds of thousands of parents are speaking to each other about the impacts of radical LGBTIQ sex and gender education programs,” Ms York said.

      “Millions of Australians are now concerned about the consequences of changing the Marriage Act.

      “Australian parents have a right to know how a change in the marriage law will affect what their kids are taught at school. The education departments won’t tell them. Those lobbying for change won’t tell them.”
      The advertisement will run on all of the main commercial networks and pay-TV stations and is also supported by the Australian Christian Lobby (ACL).

      “Changing the marriage law will have consequences for what is taught in our kids classrooms,” the ACL wrote in an online post.

      “Changing the marriage law to allow same-sex couples to marry will mean taking gender our of our laws.

      “If same-sex marriage becomes law, parents will not have a leg to stand on if they don’t want their kids taught radical sex education, and gender ideologies.”
      Earlier, the head of Australia’s Anglican Church said he won’t be advising its members on how to vote in the same-sex marriage postal survey, but will himself be voting no.

      Archbishop Philip Freier has written an open letter urging all Anglicans to “exercise their democratic right” and engage in the debate in a sensitive way.

      “Anglicans, like other Australians, have a wide range of opinions on same-sex marriage, supporting or opposing it for a variety of reasons in accordance with their conscience and their understanding of the principles and issues,” he wrote.

      “I do not presume to advise others how they should vote, though I myself intend to vote no.” Although the survey was not binding the parliament would find it hard to ignore the will of a majority of Australians, Archbishop Freier said.

      Meanwhile, polling commissioned by same-sex marriage advocates found two-thirds of Catholic Australians say they’ll vote yes — broadly in line with polling for the wider community.

      The proportions were similar for Australians from other religions, the Newgate Research poll found.

      Meanwhile, a group of conservative Australians who support same-sex marriage has launched a campaign to convince voters to say ‘yes’ in the upcoming postal survey. The campaign features quotes from Liberal and Nationals party elders — including federal cabinet ministers Christopher Pyne and Kelly O’Dwyer, Tasmanian Premier Will Hodgman, and former Victorian premier Jeff Kennett — as well as voters and party members.

      “There is a very strong case for same-sex marriage within the liberal and conservative traditions embodied by the Liberal party,” spokesman Luke Barnes said.

      That was reflected in support among party members and politicians as well as growing support within the Nationals.

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      https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=14EBlI...ature=youtu.be
      The truth about marriage equality postal survey.

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      https://m.youtube.com/watch?time_con...&v=0yLbF0BtZs4

      Why Jews love marriage equality video.

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      this is all part of their plan of white genocide as soon as it passes their will be a surge of children who all of a sudden are gay I seen it hear in America. I say it is part of a much bigger plan for whites to mix breed and turn gay so birth rates will drop and lead to whites being over run by leader races

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      lessor races

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      What I do notice in this current generation of these "hipster" young people,is the fact they are very politically correct.They seem like sheep who go along with crap some commie teacher put to them in school,or mainstream TV.
      Everything is more of a "free for all".The thing is there is no freedom for "free thinkers".If you think homosexuality is wrong and voice that. Then you are in the wrong.

      ZOG has done a good job of propagating this rubbish.They have done it gradually in their media bit by bit.
      There are even some churches that accept homosexuals even though their Holy book speaks against it.

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      Quote Originally Posted by BMX racist View Post
      What I do notice in this current generation of these "hipster" young people,is the fact they are very politically correct.They seem like sheep who go along with crap some commie teacher put to them in school,or mainstream TV.
      Everything is more of a "free for all".The thing is there is no freedom for "free thinkers".If you think homosexuality is wrong and voice that. Then you are in the wrong.

      ZOG has done a good job of propagating this rubbish.They have done it gradually in their media bit by bit.
      There are even some churches that accept homosexuals even though their Holy book speaks against it.
      You hit it on the head. They have been fed cultural Marxist propaganda from birth to adulthood, and flip out like a gaggle of baboons at the zoo if you challenge the orthodoxies they have been indoctrinated with. And for all the damage done by common core in the public school system, it pales in comparison to the indoctrination they face in most colleges today.

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      http://mobile.abc.net.au/news/2017-0...60?pfmredir=sm

      A Sydney doctor who became the subject of a petition to be deregistered after appearing in a same-sex marriage No Campaign advertisement says she has been physically threatened since the ad aired.

      Dr Pansy Lai has told the ABC she and some staff at the medical clinic where she works had been threatened since she appeared in a Coalition for Marriage advertisement calling for a No vote in the upcoming same-sex marriage survey.

      "There was one comment that says they were going to turn up at my practice and that I had better bring security," Dr Lai said.

      She said receptionists at her clinic "had to cop some really terrible phone calls; people have been swearing at them and threatening physical harm".

      As the founder of a group called Australian Chinese for Families, Dr Lai said others advocating for the existing definition of marriage were also worried.

      "Chinese parents are telling me that they are fearful for what it means," she said.

      "If the law changes, will parents still have the right to voice their concerns about the Safe Schools program? Would the same happen to them? Are they going to be laid off their government jobs or have their job registrations reviewed for voicing out their views on traditional marriage?"

      'Anarcho-socialist' defends posting petition
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      PHOTO Lev Lafayette calls himself an anarcho-socialist.

      TWITTER: @LEV_LAFAYETTE
      A petition, published on site CommunityRun, called for a review of Dr Lai's medical registration for appearing in the No promotional video and content on the Australian Chinese for Families site.

      Lev Lafayette, a programming trainer at the University of Melbourne who describes himself on Twitter as an Anarcho-socialist, is the man behind the now-cancelled petition.

      He defended the petition and the people signing it.

      "As citizens, the people who have signed that petition are saying, 'hey, we have got a concern here that a medical professional … has breached their own code of practice," Mr Lafayette said.

      "We're just putting it forward. It's not up to us, it's up to them."

      GetUp's website has removed petition
      GetUp, who created the community petition platform, said the petition was removed after receiving dozens of complaints.

      "Following the review, the petition was found to breach CommunityRun's terms and conditions and was taken down on Monday morning," a GetUp spokesman said.

      Petitions listed on CommunityRun can be uploaded by anyone and are not run or endorsed by GetUp.

      A GetUp spokesman said while the organisation was opposed to a same-sex marriage survey, it condemned personal attacks against individuals on either side of the campaign.

      "GetUp does not support a petition targeting Dr Pansy Lai, which was uploaded over the weekend, nor did GetUp endorse or organise it," he said.

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      AMA slams 'inappropriate' petition
      The petition was addressed to the Australian Medical Association, which has criticised it as being inappropriate and concerning.

      "Individuals should be able to express an opinion on a political matter, without being shouted down," AMA president Dr Michael Gannon said.

      "Everyone's entitled to an opinion and to call for someone to have their livelihood taken away, which is effectively what medical deregistration would mean to a doctor, is utterly inappropriate."
      Mr Gannon said the Medical Board of Australia, which is the registrational authority for doctors, would dismiss this complaint very quickly.

      "Doctors, like other members of the community, are entitled to an opinion and that should be heard," Dr Gannon said.

      A Coalition for Marriage spokeswoman condemned the now-removed petition.

      "In seeking to ruin the career of a doctor who dares disagree with its agenda, the same-sex marriage lobby has shown, yet again, that it has no interest in freedom of speech," she said.

      "The petition against Dr Lai is a threat not only to her, but to any others who might try to voice their opinion. The message is loud and clear: agree on same-sex marriage or else."

      A petition, published on site CommunityRun, called for a review of Dr Lai's medical registration for appearing in the No promotional video and content on the Australian Chinese for Families site.

      Lev Lafayette, a programming trainer at the University of Melbourne who describes himself on Twitter as an Anarcho-socialist, is the man behind the now-cancelled petition.

      He defended the petition and the people signing it.

      "As citizens, the people who have signed that petition are saying, 'hey, we have got a concern here that a medical professional … has breached their own code of practice," Mr Lafayette said.

      "We're just putting it forward. It's not up to us, it's up to them."

      GetUp's website has removed petition
      GetUp, who created the community petition platform, said the petition was removed after receiving dozens of complaints.

      "Following the review, the petition was found to breach CommunityRun's terms and conditions and was taken down on Monday morning," a GetUp spokesman said.

      Petitions listed on CommunityRun can be uploaded by anyone and are not run or endorsed by GetUp.

      A GetUp spokesman said while the organisation was opposed to a same-sex marriage survey, it condemned personal attacks against individuals on either side of the campaign.

      "GetUp does not support a petition targeting Dr Pansy Lai, which was uploaded over the weekend, nor did GetUp endorse or organise it," he said.

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      http://www.adelaidenow.com.au/news/s...30847d05cbbee1

      A SECOND Christian college has warned that schools risk losing their right to teach the traditional view of marriage if same-sex marriage is legalised, urging parents to vote “no” in the postal survey.

      The principal of non-denominational Temple Christian College, Marcel Rijken, has joined affiliated Sunrise Christian School in writing to parents saying the idea the Constitution will adequately protect religious freedom is “patently absurd”.

      In the letter, Mr Rijken said the ability of schools to teach Christian views would likely have to be tested in the High Court.

      “It is likely to take expensive litigation through to the High Court to finally resolve this issue, and this is not an avenue which our school would necessarily be able to fund,” he said.


      Former PM Kevin Rudd says godson Sean was punched for “standing up for marriage equality”.
      “As a Christian school, we have genuine concerns about our ongoing ability to have these very discussions and to continue to teach and model these views ... we are, respectfully, asking all those associated with the school community to participate and consider voting ‘NO’ in the survey.” Both Temple and Sunrise belong to the Adelaide Christian Schools group.

      Mr Rijken said 87 per cent of UN member states supported traditional marriage, including half of OECD nations.

      “Decisions of international courts and tribunals have clearly demonstrated that there is no ‘human rights’-based requirement to recognise ‘same-sex marriage’,” he said.

      “The worldview which underpins the proposed changes is dramatically different to the Biblical worldview to which we hold as a Christian school.

      “The (survey) question implies an understanding of marriage as merely a legal construct, recognising the relationship between two adults removed from the traditional anchor of family and children and without the constraint of biological complementarity.”

      Former High Court judge Michael Kirby, who is gay, yesterday described the postal survey as “hurtful” while speaking at a graduation ceremony at Adelaide University.

      “To submit the rights of a minority of citizens of this country to the voting decision of a majority of others as a precondition to the mere possibility of having the issue considered in the normal way in Parliament is very hurtful,” he said.

      Liberal Party federal vice- president Karina Okotel said same-sex marriage would deprive children of their right to know biological parents.

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