DAILYKENN.com -- It works like this:
First, the gov't endows "privileges" on homosexuals.
Second, the gov't frames those privileges as "rights".
Third, the gov't uses those rights as a pretext to undermine religious liberty.
Using this strategy:
Bakery owners have been prosecuted for exercising their religious liberties.
Bed-and-breakfast owners have been prosecuted for exercising their religious liberties.
And now religious schools in Australia are facing prosecution for exercising their religious liberties.
From news.com.au ▼
THE deputy principal of a private Christian school in Victoria has expressed his fears on national television about religious institutions losing their power to discriminate against staff based on sexuality.
Red Rock Christian College deputy principal Kevin Muslayah appeared on the ABC’s Q&A program from the audience on Monday night to discuss the proposed removal of existing laws which allow “faith-based schools” to hire and fire staff dependent on their sexual preferences.
Mr Muslayah said it was “certainly an issue” that religious schools could be disempowered in this way.
“I grow increasingly concerned that schools like mine will one day lose its ability to preference staff that align with, and are committed to promoting, the values and faith-based position within our school community, under provisions of current anti-discrimination legislation,” Mr Muslayah said.
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