By Dee McLachlan
I voted Yes in Australia’s Same-Sex Marriage survey. I probably won’t be using the proposed legislation, but I am very happy for friends, who feel they have been liberated — given a gift, and a ticket to happiness. And I am also sad for others who feel their world is eroding before them. I just have a wish that all live happy lives.
I did not watch the live announcement, but when I listened to the news, and read the papers this morning, I was stunned by the impact the outcome had on the population. The MSM focused on Penny Wong, the first openly gay politician, as she broke down in tears, and there were massive thronging crowds waiting for the outcome to be announced. It felt like a world war had been won. (For some, I’m sure it had.)
But, I was left with a very hollow feeling in the pit of my stomach. It felt like we, the people, were celebrating the crumbs that had been brushed off the table. Like a dog being thrown a bone, to stop it barking.
Our confused politicians have distracted us, and themselves, FROM the real issues. Australians have been entranced by the same-sex marriage freedoms, whilst on the other hand, all manner of freedoms are being removed.
No one wants to hear that a murderous crime occurred on September 11, 2001 — resulting in legislation that eroded our civil liberties. Australians don’t complain about a corrupted mainstream media, and most show little concern that Australia was alongside those killing millions in a foreign land.
We seem ignorant, and unconcerned, that we are at the mercy of a global Military Industrial Complex, and a private banking fiat system designed to enslave most of us.
A dancing cat and Rainbows are more interesting to the people, than our destiny under psychopath “global order.”