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Religious freedom bill misses heart of the problem

20 November 2021

3:12 PM

20 November 2021

3:12 PM

The big lie of the Yes campaign for same-sex marriage was that no one else’s freedoms would be messed with. 

It’s ironic that in the week of the fourth anniversary of Australians falling for it, the Morrison Government is unveiling religious freedom legislation to address what voters were told would not be a problem. 

“Red herrings” and “furphies” is how concerns about freedom of speech, freedom of religion and parents’ rights not to have their kids indoctrinated into radical LGBTIQA+ genderfluid ideology were dismissed in 2017. 

Attorney General MichaeliaCash’s religious freedom bill has been so watered down by the so-called “modern Liberals”, an internal cabal of rainbow warriors, that...

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