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A call to all decent Members of Parliament

14 March 2005

Reformation Testimony Garnet Milne www.reformationtestimony.org.nz

A call to all decent Members of Parliament.

It has become obvious that the Labour-led government has succeeded in helping many fall for the spin of the homosexual lobby. In particular homosexuals are good at shamelessly lying about legitimate studies of the effects and dangers surrounding the homosexual life-style. I urge New Zealanders, however, to independently review the literature on homosexual abuse and perversion themselves. Don’t believe the propaganda of the homosexual lobby!!

Why do I and many others have this concern about further normalising homosexuality, which the Relationships bill aids and abets? One of those reasons is that we desire to save New Zealand children from predatory homosexuals.

Before MPs vote in the Relationships bill, and give further public government approval of homosexuality, they should read the disturbing reports on the connection between homosexuality and child molestation: http://traditionalvalues.org/urban/one.php#

Are our politicians so desensitised to moral evil that they are no longer shocked by it? MPs are foolishly setting themselves up in direct competition with God when they attempt to change the culture and traditional values of the society they were elected to serve. Without an Upper House to provide the checks and balances that should exist in any democracy, we have been force-fed a diet of neo-pagan immorality which will continue to impact innocent lives of the most vulnerable in society.

Yes there is a link between homosexuality and child molestation; there is a link between homosexual habits and the spread of AIDS; there is a link between suicidal behaviours and homosexuality; there is a link between the spread of sexually transmitted diseases and homosexuality; and most seriously of all there is a link between abiding under God’s wrath in this world and the world to come for the unrepentant homosexual (1 Cor. 6:9).

MPs should ignore the heretical views of someone like Anglican bishop Richard Randerson who does not represent historic and mainstream Christianity. The MP should look into his own conscience and compare it with the teaching of the Bible (Rom. 1 is a good place to start) and realise that a vote to further legitimise and normalise homosexuality is a vote to increase the misery of these poor deluded creatures and their innocent victims.

Garnet Milne

ENDS

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