While the outcome of the recent elections clearly shows that the electorate is opposed to, or at least not interested in, the legalisation of “marriages” between sodomites, the Austrian Constitutional Court wants to legalize them nevertheless. Through a temerarious act of deliberate abuse of judicial authority – comparable to the US Supreme Court’s decision Obergefell vs. Hodges, but completely unprecedented in Europe – Austria seems set to become the first European country in which sodo-“marriage” is imposed by judicial fiat. At the same time, the so-called “registered partnerships” for homosexuals, which have been introduced in 2009, will be opened also for different-sex couples, thus creating a “second-class marriage” with similar rights but a lover level of commitment – something that the legislator never intended.
A more careful reading of the judgment, however, raises the question whether sodo-“marriage” will really become possible, even if there can be no doubt that the Constitutional Court’s intention was to introduce it. The incompetence of Austria’s supreme judges appears to be such that they have not even managed to issue a judgment that is capable of providing the outcome they want to achieve. Continue reading “Austria: Judicial miscarriage seems to legalize sodo-“marriage”. But does it really?”
A public housing agency in Vienna has planned and built a house exclusively for sexually disordered (LGBT) persons.
Obviously, this project is against letter and spirit of the so-called “anti-discrimination” legislation that the LGBT-lobby is so keenly using to harass and denigrate those who do not agree to their sexual perversions. Continue reading “Living in the LGBT-ghetto”
The ECtHR has today delivered its decision in the case of Ratzenböck and Seydl v. Austria, concerning a man-woman couple who wanted to conclude a “registered partnership”, because it considered the less committing terms of such a partnership more appealing than those of a normal marriage. The Court decided that the non-availability of such a “registered partnership” for different-sex couples does not constitute discrimination on the grounds of “sexual orientation”. Continue reading “ECtHR: heterosexual couple not allowed to contract sodo-“marriage””
A Satanist group in the United States has announced plans to use so-called anti-discrimination laws to force Christian bakers to bake cakes that glorify Satanism.
It appears that this newest attempt to harass Christians is a reaction to the Masterpiece Cakeshop case soon to be considered by the U.S. Supreme Court, in which a brave baker resists the pressure of fanatical LGBT activists who want him to bake a cake for a same-sex “wedding”. As the group says, “because sexual orientation is not a protected class under the Civil Rights Act of 1964, (whereas race and religion are), there is a good chance that the right to discriminate against gay couples will be affirmed as a constitutional liberty.”
And further: “Because religion is a protected class, a baker may refuse service to LGBTQ people, but they may not refuse service based upon someone’s religion. If they aren’t willing to make a cake for same-sex unions, let’s have them make a cake to honor Satan instead.” Continue reading “After the Sodomist cake comes the Satanist cake”
The LGBT Agenda is pitched by its ideological supporters as an expansion of civil rights, but it becomes increasingly clear that in reality it provides a tool for spiteful sodomites to harass and vilify their real or perceived opponents. The question is whether that is not the true intention.
The Supreme Court agreed on Monday to hear an appeal from a Colorado baker who disagreed with the notion of same-sex “marriage” who had lost a discrimination case for refusing to create a cake to celebrate such an aberration. Continue reading “US Supreme Court to hear case on sodo-“wedding” cake”
The Council has adopted two decisions according which the EU shall join the Council of Europe Convention (Istanbul Convention) on preventing and combating violence against women and domestic violence. However, while the Commission and the European Parliament had advocated for an extensive EU accession to this Convention, which would have resulted in an interference of the EU into educational and cultural matters, which fall within exclusive competences of Member States, Member States have successfully resisted these attempts. The compromise agreed in the Council falls significantly short of these pretensions, limiting EU accession to the issues of asylum, non-refoulment and judicial cooperation in criminal matters. It makes reference to Article 78 (2), 82, and 83 TFEU and to exclusive competences of the EU.
Continue reading “The EU’s (somewhat limited) adhesion to the controversial Istanbul Convention”
There are various, and diverging, reports in American media that US President Trump will today sign an executive order that would restore the freedom of conscience and religion in the US, a fundamental right that currently is severely curtailed by sweeping so-called “anti-discrimination” rules that are used by sodomites and pro-sodomy activists to harass their fellow citizens, in particular religious believers.
The reports diverge with regard to the scope of the planned order. While some sources say it will be broadly identical to the draft that was leaked in February and has unleashed very aggressive reactions from the sodomy-community, others say it will be somewhat less ambitious. Continue reading “Trump expected to sign Executive Order that (at least partially) restores freedom of conscience”