Interview tomorrow: Same sex marriage, freedom of speech & religion

I’ll be on radio 2UE tomorrow (Saturday) morning at 7.15am to talk about this week’s public vote for same-sex marriage.

There is a looming battle over protecting freedom of speech and religion in the ssm legislation. I’ll explain why people who voted for ssm also want protections for freedom of speech and religion in the Australian legislation. What happens when ssm law is advanced without protections for freedom of speech and freedom of religion?

Join me on the George & Paul show at 7.15am (AEDT). You can listen live online:  https://www.talkinglifestyle.com.au/show/george-and-paul/

Sydney-siders can listen on radio 954 AM.

 

 

2 thoughts on “Interview tomorrow: Same sex marriage, freedom of speech & religion

  1. Just how and why is it possible to disagree with an existing law (e.g. taxation or dual citizenship) and not be subjected to prosecution, but [it could be] unlawful to comment on whether marriage is real or not [according to] one’s individual beliefs? Are we to introduce laws controlling personal belief? Are we to suffer an inquisition of political correctness?

    Political freedom = religious freedom = political freedom.

  2. The slippery slope. I spoke to a priest I know and he said he expects to be incarcerated sometime in the future merely for speaking out against the Far Left LGBTqi and for traditional families. I think he’s correct in his assumption. Same-sex marriage was only the first step – and a relatively minor one in my opinion. It’s what will follow…

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