Denying Certain Free Speech Reveals An Official State Religion? Vote in the Poll

Discussion in 'Canada' started by Silhouette, Jul 7, 2018.

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People of the world do you think Canada is actually establishing a state ideology of LGBT?

  1. I'm a US citizen and Yes.

  2. I'm a US citizen and No.

  3. I'm a Canadian citizen and Yes

  4. I'm a Canadian citizen and No.

  5. I'm a British or Australian citizen and Yes.

  6. I'm a British or Australian citizen and No.

  7. I'm a citizen of a Latin Country and Yes.

  8. I'm a citizen of a Latin Country and No.

  9. I'm a citizen of an Eastern Bloc country and Yes.

  10. I'm a citizen of an Eastern Bloc country and No.

  11. I'm a citizen of an Indian or Asian country and Yes.

  12. I'm a citizen of an Indian or Asian country and No.

  13. I'm a citizen of an African or MIddle East Country and Yes.

  14. I'm a citizen of an African or MIddle East Country and No.

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  1. Silhouette
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    As to the title, the USSC has just agreed with me recently: Supreme Court Masterpiece Cake Shop Opinion | Free Exercise Clause | Obergefell V. Hodges

    This isn't happening in the US....yet...but we are teetering on the doorstep. When it comes to social engineering especially with the LGBT issue, everyone knows the US is Canada's twin sister.

    Christian preacher arrested for saying homosexuality is a sin

    On the day in question in Canada there were two ideological acts of free speech going on.

    1. A Christian passively handing out pamphlets on his views of the immorality of the LGBT ideology.

    2. A parade on a public street where LGBT adults were doing lewd sex acts (indeed the theme of the parade "in pride") in front of kids they invited to watch.

    The Christian was arrested. No arrests of parade participants were made
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    So to be clear, in Canada (and soon to come to a prog. country near you), "abusive speech" in public includes speaking about morality to those actively engaged in exposing children to deviant sex acts in their deviant sex act themed parade. Apparently speech can be used to engage in sex crimes against children in public, as long as the cult of LGBT doesn't officially declare itself a religion?

    Without perhaps actually consciously thinking this through, a nation,( in this case Canada but others to follow) has declared an official State ideology over all others that disagree with it. (Nearly every ancient established religion has decrees forbidding the promotion or passive acceptance of the spread of homosexuality within a culture).


    This is how the rest of the world sees progressive countries like Canada and ours, unfortunately, if our Supreme Court doesn't get its shit together. This type of priority is frightening to other countries. They see an official cult, a most perverse and deplorable cult, taking over a country's better senses...even when it comes to those most fundamentally in need of protection: children. The world stands aghast in shock that this scenario played out like it did. There are those that remember when arrests were made in Germany when good people refused to bend in homage to the cult that was rising then (that also liked to parade in the streets in front of kids.)


    Here's how Great Britain feels about the issue. (Hey Canada, the Queen wants a word with you...) An incident that occurred in Manchester UK in 2014: Christian preacher wins £13k after wrongful arrest for telling gay couple homosexuality is a sin | Daily Mail Online

    Indeed, they've left the entire world nervous and anxious. When human societies devolve to the point of elevating cults that do lewd sex act themed parades where they invite children to watch, over good and decent basic moral values...under threat of imprisonment....you've got a situation of fear.

    I know the cliche' is worn and tired, but this is the epitome of it. So I'll have to bring it up again. This climate of fear is PRECISELY what scholars have scratched their heads about with 1930s Germany. For years and years now scholars have debated how it was that nearly an entire nation of otherwise very logical and decent people could turn into accessories to one of the most ugly mass-murders in human history? The answer is simple: they feared being jailed if they didn't play along. To be fair to the Nazis though, at least they didn't do parades of lewd sex acts where they forced good decent Germans to not protest.. under threat of imprisonment....

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    That is scarey. Shame on Canada!
     
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    Ive missed these crazy polls clogging up the board. Can I say that you have no proof that any lewd acts took place.Apart from in your head of course.
     
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    The parade is deviant-sex-act-themed. People know how to use Google for images of these parades well known for decades now.

    But thanks for playing!

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    Allahu Akbar indeed, Tainted Pommy.
     
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    :lmao:
     
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    A state ideology""

    Eeeehh?....... ideology.

    No. Perhaps he said it the wrong way.

    A person taking part in pride - besides for lacking in hobbies - is not retraining the freedom of a person who dislikes such public display.
     
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    Did you not read that a Canadian was arrested for using free speech to dislike that public display (free speech) of the deviant-sex-act-themed-parade (in front of kids they invited to watch)?
     
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    You said -

    A parade on a public street where LGBT adults were doing lewd sex acts.

    But you offer no proof in support of this and invite me to use google.In the UK they arrest you for shagging in the street. I suspect that Canada does as well.

    Why dont you just be honest. If these guys were marching in line behind the Band of the Black Watch you would be offended because of your twisted world view. Why do you need to make things up ? It weakens rather than strengthens your case.

     
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    No. But that doesnt change my point.

    You can be arrested if you try to insult another and/or restrain their freedom.
     

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