Watch my five part series explaining why the Religious Discrimination Bill is a disaster and the Australian Christian Lobby is mad for supporting it…
I hate to break it to you but Protestants cannot win the religious freedom wars.
If you want to help in the fight for freedom, get onboard with the only organisation that can actually win: the Catholic Church.
The Australian Christian Lobby said the Religious Discrimination Bill would protect Christians.
I warned the ACL that it would result in protestors outside Christian schools.
The Religious Discrimination Bill ended with the rainbow brigade at the front gate of Citipointe Christian College and near disaster for every other Christian school in Australia.
So I guess you could say I was right.
The Sex Discrimination Act requires Christians to bake gay wedding cakes.
The Religious Discrimination Act will force them to bake for Satanists…
There really is no logical way to describe the Religious Discrimination Bill debate.
It was like watching two opposing armies engaged in a war in which both tried to lose their way to victory.
And, in the end, Christian schools were only saved because gay activists proved even dumber than Christians in the key moment of the battle.
The ACL’s continued campaign for a Religious Discrimination Bill is madness. It will destroy what remains of Christianity in Australia.
Do not give the ACL another cent. Keep your cash. It will be the best investment you ever make in defence of freedom.
Christians calling for the Religious Discrimination Bill are building their own guillotine.
All it will do is unleash hell on everything from hot cross buns to Our Fathers on Anzac Day…
The Religious Discrimination Bill will empower the Australian Human Rights Commission, not Christians…
Unless you want someone like Waleed Aly to be the Religious Freedom Commissioner, you should oppose the Religious Discrimination Bill.
There are three very bad reasons why no good will come of it.
Sign my submission opposing this disaster of a law today – submissions close on 31 January.