Permission becomes Compulsion (as at July 2015)

Filed on 07 July 2015 in Food For Thought category. Print This Page

Permission becomes Compulsion (as at July 2015)
(watch this space…)

Oh dear…
$US135,000 fine + gag for not doing a cake

Hate Wins
“In a sign of the overt fascism and religious persecution to come in the wake of a Left emboldened by the Supreme Court’s recent gay marriage ruling, a judge in Oregon has issued a gag order denying two Christian bakery owners from speaking out against same sex marriage.

Christians and conservatives who never believed this could happen are part of the problem.

1995: We don’t want marriage, just civil unions.
2005: Our marriage won’t affect your rights.
2014: Bake me a cake, or else.
2015: Your opinion against same sex marriage is illegal.”

What began as “accept me” quickly became “affirm me” and then “celebrate me… or else”.
Dr Peter Saunders (UK)

Yes, it always was going to be Permission becomes Compulsion

When Permission Becomes Compulsion 2012

  • Homosexuality is legalised so then it is permitted in school curricula and then it is compulsory for children to attend – yes, fathers put in jail for refusing; Toronto school board forbidding parents to withdrawing their children from pro-homosexual education because it violates their human rights policy.
  • Criminalising of those who disagree – either by speech, or refusing bed & breakfast, or adoption to same-sex couples, or fostering to Christian families, or hiring of campsites or church facilities.
  • Homosexual “marriage” legalised/permitted leading to compulsion of registrants, then ministers, then use of church buildings.
  • Abortion is legalised/permitted, then it becomes compulsory for doctors to participate or perform.
  • Abortion being legal and permitted, it is then applied to eugenic selection “under the radar” and then becomes the norm (as for Down Syndrome) and the expectation (refusal brands you as being a “genetic outlaw”), and then compulsory – genetic cleansing of our society by genocide of a whole group of people.
  • Killing people by euthanasia is legalised/permitted, then it becomes the expectation (the “duty to die”), then compulsory for sickness, disability or even age. Funding disallowed for palliative care but allowed for assisted suicide (as in Oregon).



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