Don’t believe the homosexual spin

Tim Wilson holds a respected position. He’s the ‘Freedom Commissioner’.

And he’s gay.

Apparently, that means we have to believe everything he says. Otherwise, we’re bigots, or so the conventional wisdom goes.

Unfortunately for Tim, he’s come undone and it’s an own goal from the rainbow brigade.

This is what Tim Wilson had to say to radio station 3AW last week:

“Australia’s Human Rights Commissioner has rubbished suggestions from right-wing News Corp columnist Andrew Bolt that legalising same-sex marriage will open the door for things like polygamy.

Bolt suggested in his column that allowing same-sex couples to get married would set a precedent for all sorts of other possible changes to the marriage act, such as multiple wives.

But Tim Wilson said Bolt was comparing apples with oranges.

“It’s simple. Homosexuality is not a choice, people are born that way,” Wilson told Tom Elliott on 3AW Drive.

“Polygamy is a choice.

“That is the straight up and down fact.”

Well, let’s be straight on this.

We do have control over what we are attracted to. We can only love what we know. And as we can choose what we know, it is perfectly logical to conclude that we can also choose what we love.

Furthermore, when it comes to homosexuality, let’s also be absolutely clear. Homosexual behaviour is a choice. No one is forced to engage in it, just as no one is forced to play soccer or be a shop lifter. It’s a behaviour. And behaviour is what we do, not what we are.

Therefore, Tim Wilson is dead-set wrong over his distinctions between homosexuality and polygamy. He’s also dead-set wrong to rubbish Andrew Bolt for raising the point about polygamy.

For starters, if you can change marriage so that it is no longer a union between a male and female, you can also change it so that it is no longer between just two people. Anyone who denies this is engaged in a game of deceit.

Additionally, there are plenty of people who want polygamy in this country. And the demands for it will come. Consider the fact that there are about twice as many Muslims in Australia as homosexuals. Islam teaches that polygamy is lawful; it also teaches that homosexual conduct deserves the death penalty. Yet, despite the fact that Muslims seems to have no trouble gaining roles as opinion makers in the Australian media, no Muslim has said anything about preserving Australian marriage laws.

I wonder why that is?

If you come to the conclusion that they want polygamy, you’d be right. They are just patiently biding their time. But they aren’t the only ones. The homosexuals want polygamy as well, but they don’t have the same levels of self-restraint and that is why Tim Wilson has egg on his face.

This is what homosexual activist, Simon Copland, wrote for SBS last week:

“But it’s not just about children. Bolt’s other demand is that gays and lesbians give up our “promiscuous lifestyle”. Conservatives want us all to accept monogamous marriage as the only acceptable form of relationship, abandoning our ideas of sexual freedom in the meantime. This is not new — Bolt has often railed against polyamorous relationships — a rejection of perfectly valid way to form unions (one that I practice) based on a narrow view of how sex and relationships should work. It is now, apparently, up to gays and lesbians to accept this position as well. 

This is what the new fight over marriage will be about. We are once again about to see a great battle over sex, marriage and economics. A battle about sexual freedom, economic subjugation and the dominance of marriage as a relationship norm.

…Marriage equality is now inevitable. But the fight has only really just begun.”

So there you have it. This battle is not finishing up. Instead, it’s just ramping up. Homosexuals see the campaign for ‘marriage equality’ as the way to prise open the door to ‘conventional’ relationships and destroy them.

Tim Wilson

Tim Wilson claims that homosexual marriage won’t lead to polygamy. Meanwhile, his gay brethren claim that ‘marriage equality’ is just the start of the battle for it.

Author: Bernard Gaynor

Bernard Gaynor is a married father of eight children. He has a background in military intelligence, Arabic language and culture and is an outspoken advocate of conservative and family values.

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6 Comments

  1. Homosexuals have chosen a behavioural lifestyle, the inevitable consequenses of which determines that they will never feel fulfilled, no matter how many partners they have nor how many concessions they are granted by society. Sexual fulfilment for homosexuals is ephemeral. It’s a mirage because they know deep down that what they do is against the natural order of things.

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  2. Choice is the defining word homosexuals use the word to advance their quest to gain the license of marriage in otder to get to adopt our children and yet it does not apply, as far as they are concerned to their sexual behaviour. This make them mindless aberrations and we are asked to put aside our Christin values for this lot?

    They (homosexuals) mock God, spit on our Bible, make a mockery of our religious beliefs and religious observance, threaten to bin Christianity and blemish the sanctity of marriage and family – time to take the gloves off!

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  3. Well put Bernard, the behaviour is a choice.

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  4. Actually, all red-blooded men are biologically inclined towards polygamy. We are born with a biological urge to be sexually attracted to more than one woman.

    However, we curb those desires and urges for the greater good of marriage.

    We see the greater good that marriage offers to our wives, children and society and curb our innate “born with” biological urges for that greater good.

    If I, as a red-blooded male can curb my biological urges for the good of society, why can’t same sex attracted people do the same?

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    • It’s because homosexual intercourse is not intimately satisfying. There is nothing about it that leads to a desire to be monogamous. That’s why 28% of male homosexuals have 1000+ sexual partners in a lifetime and 46% have 500+ partners in a lifetime These are figures published by gay magazines, not opponents to gay marriage). Much like pornography, it plays out as a fetish and addiction and ultimately dissatisfaction and depression for most. This could be an argument for gay marriage in that it encourages gay couples to have committed, monogamous relationships. But’s it’s clear that this isn’t their intention. Most want to attack those values and make them irrelevant.

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  5. They’re a bunch of nihilists destroying what they can. Simple.

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