Here is a photo of Bill Shorten at the announcement of the postal survey results:
Pay particular attention to the symbol he is making with his hand.
And here is a photo of a man who decapitated statues outside the St Paul of the Cross church in Dulwich Hill, Sydney, last night:
Again, pay particular attention to the symbol this Bill-Shorten imitating vandal is making with his hand.
This is a satanic symbol. And here is Anton Levay, founder of the ‘Church of Satan’ explaining just that:
True, most people who mindlessly parrot this symbol have no idea of its meaning. For them it just represents a primeval and rebellious ‘I will not serve’. And we all know who said that first.
Prior to the marriage vote, protestors held signs up calling for churches to be burnt and churches were inscribed with graffiti demanding that Christians be crucified.
And since then we have had churches sacrileged in Sydney. In Brisbane last Sunday my own local parish was subjected to an intimidatory, aggressive and foul-mouthed tirade. It was directed mostly at children from a man who refused to leave and who instead unleashed expletives and foul gestures.
Those present believed that violence was likely and stepped in between him and children.
Police needed to be called.
For the first time in my life, the church is no longer safe. It is now a target.
Whoever imagined that this would be the state of affairs in Australia in 2017?
At the start of the marriage postal survey, Labor’s Bill Shorten ranted in parliament the following about Malcolm Turnbull:
“I hold you responsible for every hurtful bit of filth that this debate will unleash.”
"I hold you responsible for every hurtful bit of filth that this debate will unleash" – watch this speech from Shorten on the plebiscite pic.twitter.com/NbBoe0EWKf
— Josh Butler (@JoshButler) August 10, 2017
It’s time for Bill to have a good look at himself. Violent low-lifes are crawling out from under the rocks and bringing Shorten’s arrogant and contemptuous hatred of traditional marriage supporters into churches.
An onslaught of hatred has been unleashed.
And it’s been unleashed by those who mimic Shorten’s own hand gestures.
While people were still voting, Shorten stated:
“I can give this guarantee to the Australian people: I and Labor [will] not support legislation which impinges upon religious freedom in this country.”
And now that it has been decided, Shorten’s tune has changed. The current bill put forward by Dean Smith has no protections for religious thought, belief or speech. Yet this is what Shorten says now:
“I don’t see the case is made for massive amendments.”
Shorten has been two-faced on his position. He now refuses to protect religious freedom, even in the midst of a wave of anti-Christian thuggery. And his arrogance and contempt has given wind to the wings of those who seek to destroy Christianity.
I hold him responsible for the filth that is come. This persecution has only just begun. And we will see churches burnt to the ground before it ends…