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A Debate of Questionable Ethics

What was missing was truth!

The debate topic was “Same Sex Marriage Should Not Be Legalized”. The venue was the Sydney based St. James’ (Dubious) Ethics Centre on 29 May 2012, hereafter identified as the (D)EC. Watching the debate would be a few hundred people on site, and (later) a broadcast audience of 70 million internationally via the BBC. The was confident that integrity, honesty and fairness would not be a priority and the speakers appointed confirmed this intention.

The St. James’ Ethics Centre brand would be enough to fool most, yet I wanted to see just how the distractions and limitations would be woven.

The ‘debate’ was unethical and dishonest. Let us count the ways.

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Dodgy Surveys Show 30% Support for SSM


There are many ways to manipulate a population. Bribery usually works in elections, but to change a cultural institution, you need weapons of mass manipulation. Tailored surveys and fraudulent reporting are examples of such weapons. In this article, we will consider some polls that have been used to deceive the Australian population.

Designed to dishearten opponents, manipulate public sentiment and provide politicians with a wimp-out excuse, they have worked well so far. I’ll explain why I believe only about 30% of the population support homosexual marriage (and even they probably do so naively).

(Authors note: This is a little longer and heavier reading than normal – but it is really important for you to see how you are being played!!)

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Gay Marriage: Strategic, Generational, Dishonest.

For thousands of years, marriage has acted as a quietly spoken but effective referee. For thousands of years it has obstructed, what some see, as the inevitable anarchy-like sexualisation of culture, the deconstruction of the family unit and the destruction of gender roles. Marriage, by it’s nature and definition, has decreed sidelines, rules and standards. It has helped the game of life be played, by allowing all the opportunity to play, the vulnerable a measure of protection and the capable the power to move forward.

Yet the game is not suited to all players, and for many the rules may seem unfair. Even for those who know that healthy marriages hold families and society together, it does not remove the pain of knowing you’ll never get to really play. I know that feeling. Sometimes I’m still there.

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This is Gay Pride … To Silence Evidence and Truth!

The crime in progress

The crime in progress … both images from

The “Truth Truck for Children” was vandalised in Lismore this morning (18 March). The criminals who spray painted over its message and destroyed a tyre escaped from police who arrived soon after. Locals had phoned-in the attack, which shows not everyone is lying down for this. Same-Same magazine had its informants there as the attack took place (if their pictures are any indication) and with unabashed pride, they celebrated the crime with an article early this morning (from which our images are taken).

This incident is just a small foretaste of what awaits us AFTER homosexual marriage is introduced. However, before we consider that, let’s not forget: The truck’s message is asking, “What about the children?” In all the outrage and distraction levelled at Peter, has anyone honestly addressed it yet? No! The activists are far too self-absorbed on their goal for that.

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Gay Marriage – Look Under The Covers

Gay Marriage?? What a brilliant flag to fly under! It has tradition (using ‘marriage’),  emotion (using ‘gay’) and gay pride, all wrapped up in a rainbow coloured joy, peace and freedom themed package. Who could argue against it? It’s magnificent! Gay marriage is so much better than homosexual marriage, diverse marriage or even just ‘marriage’; it would serve as one of many tools to bring the homosexualisation of our culture. It was and is brilliant! (And no sarcasm is intended!!)

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Increased Discrimination, Intolerance and Bigotry

When you realize you’re in the middle of a culture war, it’s easy to forget about the people involved. Even those who oppose you are real people – with failings and complexities of life and perspective just like you (and me). They are motivated by real pains, experiences, beliefs and priorities. It is easy to forget that. When something is clearly wrong to one person, it is perhaps inevitable that ‘the perceived enemy’ will appear stupid, selfish, intolerable or hateful. But that is rarely helpful or completely true.

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I Think I Might Be Gay

In nations that have already surrendered to homosexual marriage [*1], questions about sexuality receive some disturbing answers. In addition, their laws and programs now normalise homosexuality and further sexual diversities. That will be an inevitable and legal certainty for us also. As U.S. Federal Judges have expressed, once homosexual marriage is introduced, it becomes a moral duty of the state to enforce homosexual normalisation [135] [*2]. This is why the activists want it so badly! [601,602].

Lots of kids question their sexuality. But what happens when young people don’t feel safe to ask the questions? What happens when the answers are one-sided, untruthful or simply withheld? It isn’t pretty!

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The Wise Wear Skepticals

Let’s be honest. We’ve all done it. We call a friend or colleague and tell them we want their opinion. We then tell them our problem or situation, focusing on points that support our view, while leaving out the points that don’t. We sort of know we’re doing it and it is no surprise when our friend or colleague agrees with us. Why are we not surprised? Well they got our version of it, that’s why.

Selective versions are the norm, not the exception. In researching for this site, I have been astounded by the way selective parts of research are used, while the parts that don’t support an argument are ignored and then I got over my self-righteousness. I do it too, even though I deliberately try not to. It’s oh so easy!!

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This Choice is Worthy of Your Focus

Life with a non-typical (or atypical) sexual desire is dangerous and stressful when in a hostile place. Regardless of its cause, when mishandled, the desire can become fuel for problems – from others, as well as resulting from our own immaturity or self-serving worldview.

At school this might include isolation, taunting, depression, addictions, heightened risk-taking, disease resulting from sexual activities, an ever-narrowing circle of friends, and an ever-narrowing perception of the world.

With  adulthood, the statistics speak clearly (even for those isolated within a gay-community cultural bubble). Those engaging in atypical sexual lifestyles typically have liaisons and relationships of far greater quantity than in the heterosexual community. They are subject to far more diseases (especially those that are sexually transmitted), mental health issues that would make any other sub-culture take a serious look at itself, and earlier death.

Homosexuality has its own problems, even without cultural challenges. However, as much as part of me would like Australian culture to have a more warm and embracing culture, burning the floorboards to create warmth is simply stupid! This is what same-sex marriage does,

The sexual and relational health of our culture and future generations now hangs in the balance. Sometimes you just can’t have everything you want!!

Do These Sound Like Good Goals?

My hope is that  some day those who are erotically diverse or atypical (as I am) can live without hate and persecution – either being directed at us, or coming from us.

Does this sound like a good goal?

My desire is for the processes of sexual development to be better understood – especially by parents, politicians and our many culture shapers. Attractions are significantly woven into our make-up by forces beyond our control and the mistakes of our youth. Where in a climate of honesty and compassion, responsible limits and laws, we could all somehow live without attacking each other. There is a sensitive tension here, but one best achieved with the lights on.

Worth pursuing?

The family unit MUST be protected as the core building block of society – and this includes wherever possible, a relatively healthy father and mother presence – and ideally this should be the biological parents. Children should experience the optimum possibility of life-giving family stability, as well as the healthy and critically important contributions of both natural parents (or at the very least, both gender’s healthy contributions).

Does this make sense?

Australians could make a greater effort to collaborate, accomodate and cooperate – within legal and ethical limits. Despite all our individual weaknesses (sexual or otherwise) the very humility of knowing our weaknesses can be the glue that draws us together. It is behaviours like pride, anger and a desire for control that cause division.

The remarkable cohesion we already have is at risk when marriage is redefined.

We could also be a culture where the truths of human development (sexual and otherwise) are honestly represented and responsibly handled. We could be a nation where even inconvenient truth and tough love are stoically provided in pursuit of a non-selfish good.

Would that be a good goal?

My desire is that we will prioritise, nurture and protect our young, so children grow up to be healthier (in every dimension) than I am now.

Surely that is worth pursuing.

Finally, it is my hope that those who have been damaged by life (in it’s many and varied assaults) would discover that there are ways of escape, find motivation and begin that journey (however long and tough it needs to be).

Would you like to see this too?

Look Closely: Redefining Marriage Works Against Every Goal!

Redefining marriage is an expensive, long, vicious effort that requires extraordinary sacrifice and deceit. Yet even after all the pain and heartache, in the few nations that have surrendered to the assault, relatively few homosexuals have taken up the marriage option. Some would argue this proves ‘equality’ was never the goal anyway – it was ‘superiority’ through the power that comes with reshaping a ‘marriage equalised’ nation. 

Re-shape marriage  … and every other goal becomes effectively impossible.

If you would like to see the desires above achieved, leave marriage alone! Most goals require protections and freedoms to remain in place – the very ones endangered by the redefining of marriage. 

I want to lay a challenge before every individual who visits this site.  Not only to visit parliamentarians, but become a walking billboard of awareness for these truths and to take a more active and aware role in your child’s psycho-sexual and psycho-relational development. It is also my challenge to you to examine your own ways and in so doing you may find something you could be doing to make this world a better place.

As you invest time and willingness into this site, you will see more and more why redefining marriage is a very, very bad idea. I also hope that somehow during the journey, you will also learn compassion toward the very people we must deny. And that denial is ‘tough love’.


By A Sensible Man. 13.12.2011    Last revision on 18 February, 2012, converting original article into two and correcting significant factual error that was pointed out to me. If you find more please advise!
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This Project is Closed. The Battle Continues Elsewhere.

Same-sex marriage damages familiesPS: We’re Scaling Back Efforts Here. The Battle Continues Elsewhere.

Those who want truth look for it; sadly, most do not want it. As somebody who is reading these words, you are certainly in a minority. Congratulations!

After weeks of doing what we can as amateurs and volunteers, the decision has been made to reduce our efforts here, though the fight still continues.

There are other websites doing similar things, and to be honest, probably doing it better. Please check out our Links page to find additional resources.

We are not surrendering. We are redeploying our energies in this very important cultural battle. We hope what is here is of benefit to you, and we encourage and pray that you will continue to seek truth, and to make truth known. If this battle is lost, what has happened elsewhere will certainly happen here.

Prepare yourself and humble yourself before God who models the sacrifical love and commitment to truth our society so tragically lacks. We all are laden with personal weakness, and cumulatively as a society, we also feel the pain. The challenges of the future will be more intense than the challenges of this day.

We’ve worked hard to keep the Lord out of the content of these pages as we live in a world where everything must be tolerated (read ‘endorsed’) except Him.

Truth is, He’s been woven into everything presented here, because love always includes truth – and that is who He is. Whatever the outcome of this SSM battle, as a team, we pray you find him!