EXCLUSIVE: Yesterday’s ‘marriage equality’ rally did not just support ‘Safe Schools’. Instead, it was led by activists who themselves linked the campaign to redefine marriage with the radical ‘Safe Schools’ program:
Even though this has been a hot topic since the campaign started, this fact was not reported by a single mainstream media outlet. And one prominent ABC personality has already ruled out asking any questions about the activists who themselves link the two issues:
Probably don’t need to ask the question. I’m guessing it’s because they believe the Safe Schools program benefits children in schools 🤔
— Emma Alberici (@albericie) September 11, 2017
For weeks now, ‘No’ advocates have been ridiculed and abused for expressing concern that the push for homosexual marriage will radically alter what is taught in the classroom.
After the first ‘No’ campaign commercial aired which raised concern about the link between ‘marriage equality’ and the requirement to teach ‘Safe Schools’, every politician in Australia was given a platform by the media to deny there was any link at all.
Liberal Education Minister, Simon Birmingham, claimed that it was misleading and ridiculous to assert that the push for homosexual marriage was linked to the ‘Safe Schools’ program. George Brandis has scoffed at suggestions the new law may impact religious freedom or parental rights in the classroom. He’s gone on to ask Australians to trust him and Malcolm Turnbull when it comes to ensuring religious freedom. And Bill Shorten has demanded that such concerns be silenced, calling them ‘total rubbish’ and ‘hurtful’.
It needs to be remembered that Bill Shorten’s Labor Party is making ‘Safe Schools’ compulsory in Victoria and won’t tell parents in Queensland if it is being taught to their children. It also needs to be remembered that both Simon Birmingham and George Brandis agreed to initially fund Safe Schools and then defended the content of the program before being forced into a humiliating, if half-hearted, backdown.
And now it needs to be recognised, once and for all, that none of the ‘Yes’ activists or politicians are being truthful when they deny ‘Safe Schools’ is part of the push to redefine marriage.
It is right there, front and centre. It is at the heart of the campaign. And sure as the night follows day, existing anti-discrimination laws will mean that any parent who objects to this program and other similar ‘anti-bullying’ campaigns will themselves be bullied into silence and submission by state-based ‘Thought Police’ tribunals if marriage is redefined.
Given this, it can be no surprise that activists themselves will hijack children’s characters and turn them into symbols for homosexuality:
Expect more of this – much more of this – if marriage is radically reshaped.
It should also be known that yesterday’s rallies were also a drawing card for another aspect of the ‘Safe Schools’ program: communism.
The co-founder of the ‘Safe Schools’ program, Roz Ward, has publicly conceded that it is part of a ‘broader Marxist strategy to change society‘.
And it seems that the Marxists have taken notice too. They were out in force yesterday and a key element of the rally:
And then there was the rabble.
The good news for these guys is that if the communists and ‘Safe Schools’ activists don’t scare off thinking Australians, then their dignity, logic and nuanced language is likely to be a winner with the mob:
I think this is the first time that being ‘Queer as F***’ claimed to be on the same moral high ground as ‘family values’.
And then there was this:
Considering this was the ‘talent’ on offer, I’m gonna pencil that claim in as yet another lie from the ‘Yes’ campaign…