There’s been some good news in the marriage debate this week with a group of Labor MPs
revolting against a Greens' bill aimed at sneaking in homosexual marriage and euthanasia.
Pushback against the gay-Green agenda for redefining marriage is gathering pace in the Parliament and in marginal seats throughout Australia, although there is still a long way to go in the debate.
If you haven’t already, please sign the electronic petition
to the Senate in support of marriage and encourage your friends to do the same.
The Greens put forward a so called ‘territories’ rights’ bill which the Government initially supported.
The real purpose of the bill is to allow the territories such as Norfolk Island, ACT and the Northern Territory to legislate for homosexual marriage and euthanasia.
When this was exposed yesterday, the Gillard Government agreed to stall the bill by sending it to a Senate committee for further examination.
ACL Managing Director Jim Wallace today called on Ms Gillard to withdraw Labor’s support for the bill (see "Greens social revolution by stealth must be halted"
He also had an opinion piece
published in the Australian today outlining the link between the homosexual activists’ push to redefine marriage and their intolerance for religious freedom.
The Telegraph newspaper is running a poll
on whether or not the Greens are running the Gillard Government.