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Friday, 29 August 2014

They don't even see the hypocrisy.

Those who scream the loudest about tolerance and acceptance are again proving beyond a shadow of a doubt that they refuse to tolerate and accept anyone other than themselves. Indeed, if we did not already have proof positive of how great the hate, and how deep the diabolical savagery of these folks can be, we have certainly witnessed it lately.
Is Bill talking about himself? Since, as we know, he won't tolerate or accept even the presence of gay people, Muslims or liberals in society at large. No, he's on about the difficulty a similarly bigoted, homophobic rally has had in securing a venue to promote its poison.

"So much for free speech," Muehlenberg rails, with seemingly no trace of irony, since he regularly stifles debate, free speech and opposing viewpoints on his blog; and he promotes a divisive society in which minorities are completely shunned (at best).

The absurdly-titled World Congress of Families will be peacefully protested by those who wish to point out the true bigoted nature of the event. Bill's all for peaceful protest: remember he wrote an article supporting peaceful protesters of abortion clinics (who are usually anything but peaceful, given the number of murders and attacks carried out by the "pro-life" brigade) - see here.

Yet all of a sudden, as soon as what's being peacefully protested is something Bill Muehlenberg personally approves, he's no longer lauding and applauding the protesters, but claiming they're "doing all they can to shut down freedom of speech and democracy."

Sorry, Bill. You can't have it both ways.

In an astounding show of hypocrisy, Bill goes on to say:
So very typical: in the name of tolerance and acceptance, they will not tolerate those with opposing ideas, and they will not accept anyone who dares to differ. 
Wow. That bears repeating. Bill Muehlenberg, the man driven by hatred of gay people, atheists, Muslims and liberals, who wishes to see everyone not exactly like him removed from society by any means possible, actually has the temerity to say this:
So very typical: in the name of tolerance and acceptance, they will not tolerate those with opposing ideas, and they will not accept anyone who dares to differ.
Amazing. He doesn't even see the hypocrisy. Muehlenberg's probably too busy praising the good, decent, god-fearing parents of this young gay man, who has recently come out to his family and been physically abused and disowned. They justify it by peddling the same lie that people like Muehlenberg peddle: that sexuality is a "choice". Watch it and weep for the ignorance and intolerance of people with the same mentality as bigoted Bill.

5 comments:

  1. The protest against the World Congress of Families conference on Saturday may have been many things, but peaceful wasn't one of them. No doubt you saw the news reports?

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    1. From what I've seen of the media coverage a couple of protesters took it too far but the police dealt with the issues. People have the right gather in peaceful assembly. To say that doing so is an attempt to prevent debate is unreasonable. No one has suggested it shouldn't have gone ahead people merely strongly disagreed with some of the material presented. Also it's wrong to say the protesters represent the entire political left in Australia or to suggest their actions were sanctioned by any political party. They reperesent their own views just as attendees represent theirs.

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  2. How many were hurt or hospitalised? Shall we compare to the attacks upon and murders of doctors who carry out abortions?

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  3. Against religious bigotry, your question is one of the greatest contradictions I have seen. I think we should compare the number of attacks and murders of abortionists (aka doctors) vs the number of innocent babies they attack and murder, in the name of "rights". I will add that both are dreadful acts.

    Regards

    Rossco (Toowoomba, QLD)

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    1. No "babies" are attacked and murdered. A cluster of cells does not equal a human being any more than an acorn equals an oak tree. Religious people oppose abortion on the grounds of their dogma. The world is overpopulated with humans as it is. Abortion is a necessity.

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