Northern Ireland’s prohibition of gay “marriage” does not violate same-sex couples’ rights, Belfast’s high court ruled Thursday.
The court dismissed two cases challenging the ban, delivering a setback to gay “marriage” advocates in the only part of the United Kingdom still upholding a ban.
Barring same-sex “marriage” in Northern Ireland does not contravene human rights, the judge ruled, “because that right does not exist.”
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According to a report in the Financial Times, EU leaders have prepared for the Summit they are holding today in Brussels a statement according which Northern Ireland would be welcome to “seamlessly rejoin the bloc after Brexit in the event of a vote for Irish reunification”, following the model of the eastern part of Germany after the country’s reunification in 1990. Continue reading “Brexit: now it gets really nasty”
Not content with killing unborn Scottish children, First Minister of the devolved administration in Scotland, Nicola Sturgeon, has incredibly offered to abort unborn children of Northern Ireland women, a jurisdiction where abortion is illegal. And she wants her taxpayers to pay for the killings. Continue reading “Scottish First Minister offers to murder Northern Ireland babies – for free!”
In the so-called Asher’s Bakery case, an appeals court in North Koreaern Ireland has upheld a judgment in which a baker has been condemned to a life-long prison sentence hefty fine for refusing to bake a cake with the words SUPPORT OUR GREAT LEADER KIM JONG-IL SAME-SEX MARRIAGE written on it. The court found the baker guilty of having discriminated his client, a member of the country’s Communist Party an LGBT pressure group, on the basis of political sexual orientation.
A proposal to undermine the protection of unborn children in Northern Ireland has been rejected by the Northern Ireland Assembly.
Stormont assembly members voted 59 to 40 against amending legislation to allow terminations in cases of foetal abnormality and sexual crime.
The 40 Members supporting the legalization of baby-killing included those representing Sinn Fein, a party reputed for its close link to the terrorist Irish Republican Army. Continue reading “Northern Ireland: Abortion ban remains in place”
The brave Belfast bakery that was fined for not having accepted an order for a “wedding cake” with the slogan “Support Gay Marriage” has now decided to no more offer any cakes with wedding themes. In this way it hopes to avoid further condemnations by activist judges.
As was to be expected, some witty “gay rights activists” have, subsequent to the absurd judgement (which is now under appeal) tried to harass the bakery by ordering new cakes with gay slogans. But the owners of the shop have bravely refused, remaining true to their principles.
Thus, there are currently no wedding cakes on offer. However, couples wishing to marry will surely be happy to order cakes that, even if not decorated with a wedding-related theme, will be just as tasty and delicious than any other cake produced by Ashers Baking. Ordering their cake at Ashers they will lend moral support to a brave businessman who is standing up for the liberty of all…
Perversion of justice: a Belfast bakery has been found guilty in an absurd ruling of discrimination for refusing to bake a cake with a pro-gay marriage slogan.
This is the perfect case to illustrate why so-called “anti-discrimination” laws are a real danger for democracy and human rights. Congratulations to Austria, where the umpteenth attempt to introduce such rules has just been fended off…) Continue reading “Northern Ireland: absurd and discriminatory judgment makes support for gay “marriage” compulsory for everyone”