When the Godless rule

Friday, April 16, 2004

Posted by J. J. Jackson @ 8:10 PM


Svend Robinson, a member of the Canadian Parliament, author of controversial bill that would give protections to homosexuals under Canada's hate crimes and genocide legislation, and a self proclaimed homosexual was caught with his hand in the cookie jar. He admitted to stealing an expensive ring from a jewelry show.

Mr. Robinson's legislation has come under intense scrutiny in the wake of several court cases that opponents claim will make the Bible "hate speech" when used as a source against homosexuality. Canada, like the U.S., is struggling with the nebulous concept of "hate crimes" and the thoughts of an individual instead of simply focusing on the act itself and punishing the act. Mr. Robinson claims that his bill would have no such effect.

But this most recent act begs to shed light on Mr. Robinson motivations. His motivations for such an act seems to stem from no other intent other than his blatant disregard for the laws of God, which is his right. First he disregards the Bible with respect to homosexuality and next he breaks one of the original commandments. Again, both are his right.

However it is not his right to grant privilege status to a certain group based upon his apparent disregard for the Judeo-Christian faith. It is not his right to force Christians to accept homosexuality or to even protect homosexuality from criticism. From violence yes. From criticism no. And when the crime committed is the perception of "hate" that is the charge that will be made against anyone touting the Bible to prove their point.

But then again Mr. Robinson doesn't care much about the laws of God so that is a-ok with him.


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