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#1 "Freedom of religon and speech is going away in Canada !"
06-07-2008, 12:36 PM
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Priest warns fascism has arrived in schools
"Some people may think that use of the term 'fascism' must be an exaggeration," de Valk wrote. "Surely, Canada is not that far down the political slippery slope !
But remember, fascism is little more than the political notion that the state – through its various organs – is the final authority in all things human.
"This crap comes to Canada and soon to the United States from Europe via the EU and UN human rights comission and overrides any country's Constitution or bill of rights !"
It apparently takes more than a government investigation and the threat of fines to keep a priest in Canada from speaking his mind about biblical issues. Father Alphonse de Valk, is the target of a Human Rights Commission case over his biblical references regarding homosexuality, now is warning of an educational agenda to be implemented in support of "gay" pairs. In a column at Catholic Insight, de Valk writes under the headline "Fascism has come to Canada" that the Department of Education in British Columbia plans in September to "introduce the mandatory teaching of... snip
de Valk has warned that not only will mandatory classes soon include same-sex marriage, the government of Canada plans to require that "adoptions, social services such as nursing homes, religious-based schools, marriages, employment conduct, etc., carried out by religious organizations will be held to secular standards…"
"One reason for this development, it was pointed out, is the demand of homosexual activists that everyone conform to their vision of equality rights," de Valk wrote. "So much for the argument that legalizing same-sex 'marriage' (SSM) would be of no concern except to homosexual activists."
Further, he said, the Quebec Department of Education also intends, as of September, "to replace Christian Ethics in its schools with a secular mish-mash invented by its staff in which Judeo-Christianity is trivialized as only one religion among many."
He said the "suppression" is called "normative pluralism."
"Under this title the state dismisses parental rights and the formative role of Christian culture, and replaces it with secular sociology. Again, then, the temporal authority, the state, dismissed the spiritual authority and usurps its role. In history this is called 'statism,' better known as fascism," de Valk wrote.
He said that's already status quo in Ontario, where the provincial Human Rights Commission ordered "Christian Horizons," an evangelical service group for the disabled with 1,400 persons in 180 homes, "to abandon its religious mission by dropping its Christian moral code and accepting new training for all its employees 'to bring its employment practices into line with the human rights code,' (i.e., accept state indoctrination that the homosexual lifestyle is normal and to be honored)."
Last edited by megimoo; 06-07-2008 at 12:39 PM.
06-07-2008, 01:39 PM
America was settled by people looking for economic and religious freedom among other things. While we've strayed far from those initial ideals, I think there are a great many who wouldn't slide down that slippery slope without a fight, literally.
06-07-2008, 02:36 PM
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Take a good look at the UK and Germany,the EU via some appointed minister is able to dictate to any member their new Socialitic policy and all must obey, the UK is a virtual prison with no rights of free speech !All we wait for now is the hidden leader of the EU to emerge to lead the world !
06-07-2008, 04:05 PM
The UK, wonderful bastion of freedom, where speaking the name of Christ is a hate crime and carrying a 3" pocketknife can put you in prison for 4 years.
As for Canada, we all know that California is just minutes behind them in ruling that homosexuality is the greatest thing that ever happened to mankind, and all children must be brainwashed with this "fact" by the ripe old age of 5.-
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