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Within the space of a decade, something that humanity believed for thousands of years has become a form of bigotry, a form of hate, something you aren’t allowed to express in public life. That extraordinary shift in intolerance is something all small liberals, like me, should be worried about. Gay marriage is not a liberal issue; it has a deeply illiberal streak!  -
Brendan O'Neill, Editor of Spiked Online
(Q&A, August 17, 2015)


“There can be no keener revelation of a society's soul
than the way in which it treats its children.”
Nelson Mandela

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The

Our Children at Risk

brochure:

A must read
for every parent
and civic leader.

You can read or print
a copy here.

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Redefining marriage gives dangerous people THE KEY TO your child's classroom. You will not be allowed to intervene, as now happens in the U.S., Canade and Europe. Learn more while you still can.

By A Sensible Man

The truck driven to Queensland has a wake-up message for the nation. My first impression when I saw it was, "Wow!  Clear message. Well done." I thought the father and son picture said it well and the wording was good; a wording I know Peter was careful with so that a homosexual-pedophilic link was not inferred. The image (with a protective arm around the lad's shoulder) and the words "Not my children, not on my watch " spoke clearly to the urgent need for parents to protect their children, to exercise parental responsibility as well as political muscle. The message seemed clear to me. Nevertheless, the homosexual activists have slurred the truck as a homophobic hate message that vilifies homosexuals as pedophiles. Both Peter and I stand 100% united in the assertion that this is not the case, nor is there a definitive danger to children who are in the care of homosexuals. Whether this is a ploy to demonise Peter and I as haters, or is a bruise of sensitivity for homsexual activists when a boy and a man are pictured together, I do not know. Nevertheless, this is typical to their normal tactics. These being:
  • Attack the messenger, avoid the message.
  • Distract from significant issues.
  • Portray yourself as the victim.
  • Whatever the reason, we ask Australians not to fall for it, and if they hear others speaking it, to clarify the issue. We clarify without apologising for the image or the message. There are few things as healthy, normal or needed, as affection and protection shown through the loving, tender, affirming, non-sexual embrace of a father for his children (especially in our hypersexualised and emasculating culture).