Tom's Take: "Warning from Canada: Same-Sex Marriage Erodes [Kills] Fundamental Rights"

The following excerpts only begin to touch upon the darkness that has descended on Canada.

busAmericans need to understand that the endgame of the LGBT rights movement involves centralized state power—and the end of First Amendment freedoms.

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In Canada, freedoms of speech, press, religion, and association have suffered greatly due to government pressure. The debate over same-sex marriage that is taking place in the United States could not legally exist in Canada today. Because of legal restrictions on speech, if you say or write anything considered “homophobic” (including, by definition, anything questioning same-sex marriage), you could face discipline, termination of employment, or prosecution by the government.

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Recently, an American professor who was anonymously interviewed for the American Conservative questioned whether sexual autonomy is going to cost you your freedoms: “We are now at the point, he said, at which it is legitimate to ask if sexual autonomy is more important than the First Amendment?”

Source: A Warning from Canada: Same-Sex Marriage Erodes Fundamental Rights | Public Discourse

Where's the academic freedom? Where's the freedom of inquiry? What is happening is fascism against intellectualism. If new inquiry would shed new light on negatives resulting from homosexuality, that new light would never be seen, never be allowed, so that darkness would continue unabated.

Is that really the society we want? It isn't the one I want. I oppose what Canada has done and is doing. I oppose such homosexual fascism.

Males sodomizing each other is a fundamental error whether the Canadian government says it isn't and whether the US government comes to say it isn't.

I wish I didn't have to stand up against this evil. I wish it didn't exist and never had. It's no better than the violence and greed I stand against. It's all intertwined.

See also: Tom's Take: "Bobby Jindal: I’m Holding Firm Against Gay Marriage - NYTimes"

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