Sunday, December 16, 2007

Will Canada be our future?

Maybe, if we don't stand up. From LifeSite News

Catholic Activist "Banned for life" From Publicly Criticising Homosexuality
Saskatchewan Court Upholds Human Rights Commission Ruling

By Hilary WhiteREGINA, Saskatchewan, December 13, 2007 ( - The Saskatchewan Human Rights Commission's decision to impose a "lifetime" ban on a local Catholic's freedom to publicly criticise homosexuality, was upheld this week in its entirety by Saskatchewan Court of Queens Bench.

Bill Whatcott, a licensed practical nurse who lives in Saskatchewan, is a campaigner against the homosexual political movement that is sweeping the Canadian legal system. In 2006, the Saskatchewan Human Rights Commission (SHRC) ordered Whatcott to pay $17,500 Cn. to four complainants who complained that their "feelings" and "self-respect" were "injured" by Whatcott's pamphlets denouncing the "gay lifestyle" as immoral and dangerous.

Does anyone doubt that this is what the "gay activists" will do in this country, if they have the chance? (See the previous post).

Not to mention pro-"choicers." See this post, on the Oakland "bubble ordinance"

And "Walk for Life West Coast" has a page describing the ordinance, and how you can oppose it. Go here. But you must act now! The Oakland City Council meets to Tuesday, December 18.


Anonymous said...

The Gay's immense power comes from the loot and time they can donate to politicians since they do not need to spend any money or time on raising the next generation.
It is amazing how, not only in Canada, but in many states Gays have been able to wipe out freedom of speech, freedom of the press, and freedom of religion by getting inclusion in civil rights laws.--
Deacon John M. Bresnahan

Anonymous said...

I can't get past "Anonymous" no matter what I try--same on other blogs using this company--They changed spomething because it did not used to be a problem. Whatever they changed I am sure others are not getting into your combox unless they punch anonymous even though they are willing to identify themselves--Deacon John M. Bresnahan