posted on May, 27 2013 @ 09:07 AM
My stance on this issue can be considered by both the "for" and "against" camps, as somewhat confusing. I do not agree with the idea of a union
ordained by God, between a man and another man, because scripture would tend to recomend against such a union. But at the same time, I do not believe
that it matters wether the law is passed or not, or wether it happens or not. God will sort all this stuff out later, and no doubt, apply perfect
justice to all people at the end of times. Thats not to say that I think all people who would engage with a man to man marriage are going to hell. For
all I know, this could all be a horrible misunderstanding on someones part many thousands of years before my birth, so who the hell am I to know what
will happen when the balances are wieghed by the creator?
All I can choose, is how I live my own life, and what I do while I am here, and that is quite enough work for one person, without involving myself in
the affairs of others. However, this far right researcher and historian, seems to be one of those people who just cannot accept things that fall
outside his understanding, outside the narrow path he has been walking. He is seeing his nation change in ways that he does not desire, and has
decided that the only way he can avoid the "plauge" of this new format, is to drastically remodel his cerebrum ballistically. This is a weakness.
This is not the weakness of a man who has lost his loved ones to terminal cancer, or mugging or cruel fates besides these, but the weakness of a man
who cannot see a circumstance which does not appeal to him, without wishing to end his life.
Not an idiot, but terminally pathetic. This is what all Nazis and far right extremist sympathisers should be doing with thier time really, it would
make the world a more tolerant place. Dont like Muslims, just because they are Muslim? Kill yourself. Dont like black people, because they are black?
Chew lead, and dont forget to swallow. Dont like freedom, gay people, liberals, the sick, the poor, the homeless? Well, get yourself a radioactive
isotope of some horrible sort, and inject it directly into your brain, and please, do us all a favour and have the decency to suffer before you go. I
may not agree with gay marriage on a technicality of faith, but I also believe that while we are on Earth, our paths are ours and ours alone to
dictate, and that no mortal power ought to be bought to bare upon them, save for that exerted by the person who is walking those paths.
If a man loves a man, I say let them do whatever they wish, and for the love of all that is good in the world, do not hate them for it. If a woman
loves a woman, they are free to do so, and to express that in any way they see fit, so long as it doesnt get crammed down the throats of all and
sundry. Let them be as free as a heterosexual couple, to love and be loved as they will. Allow people the freedom to choose for themselves, what thier
fate will be. Fundamentalist Christians will argue that these things are against God, and scripture, and that as such they should not be allowed by
modern society. As I frequently have to explain to some that I know, this is flawed thinking. Christ never told anyone to dictate to anyone else, nor
did he ever express a wish to alienate people. He mixed with all the people who had been alienated by faith groups, lepers, whores, thieves and
villans, thugs, the down trodden, the sick, the needy, the helpless. He broke bread with these people. So I say, what will be will be, and when the
end comes, we may be suprised at who ends up where, and by what paths.
I expect that for some people, how so ever aligned to the right, this ability to love a person who flies against all they believe in is impossible.
This is the difference between informed disagreement, and the slavering, reasonless hate that saw Hitler try to take over the world. Weak faith, or a
lack of it in its entirety.