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Sodomy, School Boys and Civil Unions

7 December 2004

Sodomy, School Boys and Civil Unions

“Gay” sex (sodomy) with school boys by adults will be sanctioned by the Civil Union Bill if it is passed into law on Thursday. Soon those who dare criticise this abhorrent, unnatural and immoral lifestyle will be the subject of “hate speech” legislation currently under consideration by the Government Administration Committee. Cabinet Minister Hon. Chris Carter and Tim Barnett MP are two homosexual MPs supporting the “hate speech” legislation and the Civil Union Bill.

Chris Carter was 21 when he “ended up in bed” with a young “hot” school boy Peter Kaiser now principal of Tirimoana primary school. In an exclusive interview in the latest Express magazine (1-14 Dec, 2004, pp. 12-13) which is the basis of a feature article entitled “The secret to a thirty year gay relationship is…” Carter admits that Kaiser was not his first homosexual partner. He recalls that while in attendance at St Peter’s College school in Epsom that “of the 40 boys in my class there were eleven gay boys, all of whom came out later.”

“The couple met [in 1973] when Peter was seventeen and Chris was twenty-one… ‘Peter was still in sixth form and I was a third year university student,’ explains Carter. ‘It was exactly as it happens today, two gay boys see each other and are hot for each other!’ exclaims Carter playfully. ‘I saw Peter working there and thought he was hot. I got the job with two gay friends from university so there we were three of us naughty gay students working at the [Cornwall] hospital, and we all saw Peter, and thought he was hot, but he ended up in my bed and not theirs,’ he concludes with a proud smile.”

Carter like most of his Labour Party colleagues argues that he and Peter have been unlawfully discriminated against since they first ‘consummated’ their love because they cannot register their loving sexual relationship in law. Furthermore, he asserts that it is his and Peter’s “civil right” to have their relationship solemnised before a civil union celebrant or Registry Office Official, recorded as a legal relationship in the same register that contains the list of births, deaths and marriages and treated by all members of the public as a legitimate sexual relationship. The latter condition will be enforced via the “hate speech” legislation protecting the “gay” sexual lifestyle from any criticism. It will be taught in primary and secondary schools.

Be assured homosexual educators in positions of authority like Mr Kaiser will ensure all their teachers spell out the normality of “gay” sex and “gay” relationships between male adults and school boys and female adults and school girls.

It appears to have eluded Carter and his colleagues, including the Prime Minister Helen Clarke, that neither the Human Rights nor the Bill of Rights Acts contain any provision to insure or safeguard the so-called ‘rights’ of those living in sexual relationships, other than those formalising their marriage, to have their ‘relationship’ per se recognised in law. Unlawful discrimination based on “sexual orientation” is now part of the Human Rights Act, but this provision applies to matters such as accomodation, employment (with some exceptions), treatment of employees by employers, access to public places and a number of other specialised situations. It does not apply to the registration of a sexual relationship other than marriage, such as polygamy, paedophilia etc. The argument that the very existence of a marriage provision in law, serving only heterosexual couples, but excluding same-sex partners constitutes discrimination is a legal nonsense (highlighted in the Court of Appeal case: Quilter v Attorney-General). Marriage is a state institution that is open to any heterosexual couple, including de facto ones.

Express reports that Carter was outed to his family at the age of 18 by a friend whose actions Carter describes as “very shitty”. Kaiser came out to his parents at 21, after having been together with Carter for four years.

The two men bought a pig farm together in the Bethells valley and lived there for 18 years. “During this time, through a mutual friend, Carter and Kaiser were approached by a lesbian couple who would take an active role in the lives of their children. Carter fathered two children – a daughter, now fourteen and a son, aged eight with one of the woman. Kaiser meanwhile has a son aged 12 with the partner.”

Three children have been denied the loving environment provided for by a mother and father living in relationship as man and wife. Three children have been denied the role model of a normal loving family. Three children have been brought into the world not as the fruit of an exclusive, special loving relationship involving a man and a woman but one based on self-serving principles.

Cater believes that the recently passed Care of Children Bill will provide “greater certainty to parental arrangements” for gay parents like themselves. This Bill like the Civil Union Bill and “Hate Speech” legislation is designed to serve the homosexual and lesbian minority communities whose sexual lifestyles are a repudiation of the sanctity of marriage and family relationships.


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