Over a photograph of herself in a gay Pride “It’s Time” T-shirt, the Premier wrote:
Five years ago today, Queenslanders voted yes.
Because love is love.
Er, nobody ever said love wasn’t love, Premier. What the hell are you talking about?
Does the Premier really believe some people weren’t allowed to love each other before gay marriage was a thing?
Her insinuation, of course, is that anyone who voted ‘no’ to redefining marriage was voting against love.
I guess Julia Gillard and Kevin Rudd were against love when they failed to legislate in favour of gay marriage. Bigots.
Anyway, it’s not very loving to say that anyone who disagrees with you is not very loving. But I digress.
What I don’t understand is why Premier Palaszczuk is still limiting marriage to only two people. Love is love, right? So why not allow three people to love each other, or four people? Why shouldn’t a Muslim man love six women? Why is the Palaszczuk government against love?
If love is love then there is surely no limit to how far one can take this. “Love is love” is an expression used by paedophiles. They’re evil, but they’re not stupid.
Will the Queensland Premier be passing legislation outlawing the word paedophile and replacing it with the term Minor Attracted Person? Love is love. Or is love only love when politicians say so?
Anyway, there wasn’t much love from the Premier for unvaccinated people during the Covid panic.
Hate is hate.
And lies are lies.
The funniest thing about the Labor Premier’s gay celebratory tweet is that same-sex marriage was organised by the Federal Liberal Government. It had nothing to do with Labor, who are now trying to claim it as their historic achievement.
Love may be love, but revisionist history is not history.
Australia didn’t say say “yes”. The survey returned 7.8 million “Yes” votes from 12.7 million votes that were cast, or 61 per cent. Labor MPs were never much good with numbers.
Victoria Premier Daniel Andrews can’t remember how decisions leading to the death of 800 people in hotel quarantine were made, but he will always remember where he was and what he was doing when gay marriage became a thing.
This was one of those moments you'll always remember where you were, and what you were doing.
For me, I was in the office, nervously watching the announcement.
But I'm sure the people with me were feeling it far more.
When Daniel Andrews talks about “the relief, the joy and the pride”, I’m pretty sure he is referring to anti-lockdown protesters being shot in the back with rubber bullets.
One thing is for sure, when Daniel Andrews — of all people — talks about the country becoming “a fairer place”, you know you’re in the Twilight Zone.
Here is a picture of Andrew Thorburn, who lost his $850,000-a-year job as Essendon Football CEO because he attends an Anglican Church that believes in traditional marriage.
Andrew, now unemployed, can tell you all about how Victoria is “a fairer place” since gay marriage was legalised.
As for the Victorian Premier’s claim that “there’s been no slippery slope” since the introduction of gay marriage…
(stop to catch my breath)
(pause to wipe tears from my eyes)
(pick myself up off the floor)
Daniel “there’s been no slippery slope” Andrews has literally banned people from praying for someone who is gender-confused — even if the prayer is requested — under threat of 10 years’ jail!
Here is Drag Queen Courtney Love reading a story to kids on Play School about a girl who wants to dress as a boy in order to demonstrate that “five years on there’s been no slippery slope”.
And here is Department of Health secretary Brendon Murphy telling a Senate Estimates Hearing that he cannot say for sure what a woman is without first getting advice from his department, also to demonstrate that absolutely nothing has changed since gay marriage was legalised apart from the fact that no one knows up from down anymore.
Funny that Daniel Andrews insists “there is no slippery slope”, because Greens leader Adam Bandt insists that there is a direct link between the legalising of gay marriage and the fight for transgender rights.
Celebrating the fifth anniversary of gay marriage yesterday, Bandt wrote:
We saw the impacts of people having to justify their rights. Now trans people are in the same fight.
Five years ago today, Aus voted for marriage equality. Love won, but LGBTIQ people had to fight through a hate campaign to get there.
We saw the impacts of forcing people to justify their rights. Now, trans people are in that same fight.
We need your help. The continued existence of the Daily Declaration depends on the generosity of readers like you. Donate now. The Daily Declaration is committed to keeping our site free of advertising so we can stay independent and continue to stand for the truth.
Fake news and censorship make the work of the Canberra Declaration and our Christian news site the Daily Declaration more important than ever. Take a stand for family, faith, freedom, life, and truth. Support us as we shine a light in the darkness. Donate now.
It’s concerning that a public broadcaster like the ABC can so readily dismiss their responsibility to protect children from adult content. They need to ensure that station IDs actually mean what they say.
The first Never Again is Now event powerfully championed the cause of Judeo-Christian values in combatting antisemitism. Headlined by Scott Morrison in Sydney, the event is just the beginning of the movement to reclaim Australia’s soul.
Australians have welcomed news of Prime Minister Albanese's engagement to partner Jodie Haydon. They may also be wondering if the PM living as a married man will result in more family-friendly policies for the nation.