There is a worrying trend here.
First up, Adelaide’s Marion Council has decided to fly the rainbow flag representing the homosexual political agenda every day. It’s even taken down one of its own council flags to do so:
“It’s taken down one of its local government flags to free up a flag pole for the rainbow flag as a show of acceptance and support to the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, intersex and queer (LGBTIQ) community.”
That decision is blatantly political and highly offensive to the many residents who do not support this lifestyle.
And, according to one of Marion Council’s representatives, Councillor Jerome Appleby, the decision itself was questionable.
Mr Appleby said councillors voted six-five in favour of flying the flag, but he said the decision is “invalid because the meeting procedures weren’t complied with”.
Councillor Appleby voted against this decision. You can support his efforts here.
But just be careful what you say. For instance, if you highlight the health dangers of homosexuality you may well find yourself facing the constabulary.
In fact, it now seems increasingly likely that anyone who exercises their democratic right to campaign against this idea will be referred to the police.
Small handouts the size of business cards have been distributed anonymously in letter boxes in the area in Adelaide’s south, criticising the council’s decision to raise the rainbow flag.
The flip side of the cards, which have been labelled homophobic by state Greens MP Tammy Franks, list alleged facts about the health of gay men in Australia.
They have been referred to police by councillor Bruce Hull to investigate if any laws have been broken.
So what we have here is a local council pushing a homosexual agenda regardless of rules, regulations and procedures and then referring any opposition to the police.
Welcome to rainbow tolerance.