Homosexual activists and their PC sympathisers never rest, but are ever on the lookout for new ways to advance this radical minority group agenda, whether the majority likes it or not. Any excuse will do to further foist this agenda upon an unwilling public.
It is rarely done in a democratic fashion, but is usually force-fed upon the rest of us. And all sorts of gimmicks are used to get these results. One of the key ways is to throw around the mantra, “diversity”. Whenever you hear that word being used in a social or political setting, it can almost be guaranteed that it has to do with the coercive promotion of homosexualism.
In the name of diversity all sorts of PC nonsense has been inflicted upon us, and it is a never ending assault upon the will of the majority. The most recent example of this activist campaign can be found in the Victorian council of Hobsons Bay.
Says one news report, “It is believed Hobsons Bay is the first Victorian municipality to have an advisory committee for ‘gay, lesbian, bisexual, transsexual, intersex and queer’ communities.” The article continues, “Hobsons Bay City wants the group to have input into relevant council policies so the groups can ‘observe their own sexuality and cultural practices without being discriminated against or disadvantaged’.”
The “D” word was of course pulled out and bandied about here: “Hobsons Bay deputy mayor and GLBTIQ advisory committee chairman Tony Briffa said councils had a duty to ensure community services were appropriate and accessible to their diverse citizens.”
Yeah right – tell me about it. These guys are really so concerned about diversity that they will run everything by the homosexual activists. So are homosexuals the only group in Hobsons Bay? Are they the only ones to get a place on the council? Are they the only ones with special needs in the entire district?
As Terri Kelleher of the Australian Family Association asked, “How about the elderly in the community and the alienation and social isolation among the elderly?” Good question indeed. What special help are the elderly getting there?
They would certainly be deserving – probably even more so – of such special attention and care. But this council obviously thinks they are just not that important. They are certainly not politically correct enough for this trendy activist Council.
But plenty of other groups and lifestyles could also demand equal treatment here. Indeed, I suspect that there is a huge range of diversity within Hobsons Bay. Surely there is a small but thriving community of arsonists living there. Will they too get special treatment by the council? Will they too get their own advisory committee?
I await these words in a news item to be written soon: “Hobsons Bay City wants the group to have input into relevant council policies so the groups can ‘observe their own predilections and cultural practices without being discriminated against or disadvantaged’.” Quite so. Let’s support our local arsonists.
But the list does not end there. There are so many other groups which make up the diversity of Hobsons Bay. When will they get their own special preferential treatment? When will they be specially represented at the council meetings?
The list must surely be endless. There have to be all sorts of special needs groups living there that could use some special help. Consider just a few:
-red headed harmonica players
-left-handed ukulele players
-blind cricket players
-poker playing dwarves
-bashful computer geeks
-teenagers with braces
-Spanish-born factory workers
-bikini-clad meter maids
-left-leaning news readers
-female heroin addicts
-three-packs-a-day cigarette smokers
-cheap romance readers
-high-priced call girls
-low-life card sharks
-door-to-door vacuum cleaner salesmen
-antiquarian book lovers
-PC Council workers
Sorry if I left anyone off the list. All these groups and then some certainly have their needs, and councils obviously should take them on, to ensure that they are not “being discriminated against or disadvantaged”. And all in the name of diversity of course.
But for some reason I don’t expect that all of these other quite deserving groups will be getting similar treatment as that of the homosexual activists. I won’t be holding my breath as I await this or any other council to take on their legitimate needs and wants. These groups are simply not PC, so they do not have the same political clout.
It seems that some groups in our diverse culture are much more equal than others.