An open letter to An Taoiseach.
By veteran political journalist, constitutional law activist and uncompromising gender pedant Bruce ‘Bruuce!’ Arnold.
We have known each other for the whole of your political career, having first met after you succeeded your father in the by-election that resulted from his death…
…It has come to my attention that the Marriage Referendum, if carried, will serve to subvert directly the first of the Irish (Treaty of Lisbon) Protocols in relation to Article 41 (The Family) and Article 42 (Education).
As Leader of the Opposition, you witnessed the defeat of the referendum on the Treaty of Lisbon in June, 2008 and it being subsequently carried in a second referendum in 2009, once certain protocols for Ireland were secured. These protocols became legally binding when, appended to the Croatian Accession Treaty, it became law on December 1, 2014.
It really is bewildering for me to see that once we adopt a protocol to protect the integrity of Article 41 and Article 42 of the our Constitution from being overridden by European law and the new wave of European genderless ideology, which utterly and falsely denies the differences between men and women, we then proceed within six months thereafter to try to change, radically and irreparably, our national understanding that marriage is based on gender difference.
Thereafter, we will insist that the falsehood of genderless ideology be taught to our children in schools.
Young children and young adults will become increasingly confused, when as boys and girls, young men and young women, they are told that there is no difference between the male and the female. If this Referendum is carried our young people will be told in schools that marriage, which is based on the dignity of the difference between a man and a woman, has no regard to this difference.
Can you not see how the false genderless ideology will underpin all of this in a way that leads to confusion? Great confusion will be done to our young people in realising their true identities and their God-given potential?We need answers. Remembering your father and what he stood for, I need answers. – See more at: http://www.mercatornet.com/conjugality/view/irelands-same-sex-marriage-referendum-one-sided-reckless-and-divisive/16106#sthash.I8yUgmjh.dpuf
….We need answers. Remembering your father and what he stood for, I need answers.
Leave Henry out of this.
He fixed the road.
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