Tomlinson's pride-filled conquest

Tomlinson's pride-filled conquest

Thursday, October 03, 2019

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Dear Editor,
The culture war is on, and the prime aggressors are LGBT activists who see no limits to their destructive and intolerant agenda.

Maurice Tomlinson, LGBT 'super don', has had related lawsuits in St Vincent, Trinidad, Barbados, and now a third court case in Jamaica, not counting his Inter-American Court of Human Rights (IACHR) same-sex marriage case.

He has now sued Mayor Homer Davis for daring to deny MoBay Pride the use of the culture centre on Heroes' Weekend to discuss same-sex marriage.

One social media post put it into perspective: “Pushing their agenda down people's throats. They are pushing that line further and further here in the states. They are going into pre k classrooms, without parental consent, and pushing it there. Better put a stop to it before it gets out of control like it is here.”

Where will it stop?

Every western society is at risk for complete invasion and submission as the LGBT agenda never voluntarily stops. No location is out of bounds. If not the plot of ground upon which Sam Sharpe died, then not the school, and not the church. And every country should be legally forced to accept deviant behaviours as normal. No form of dissent is tolerated, not even academic dissent with a history of professional care. Just ask Professor Brendan Bain. When it comes to these LGBT conquistadors, the nice guys, no matter how polite and caring, finish last.

Mayor Homer Davis asked that they use a different location, because of the purpose and cultural sacredness of the building. Instead of humbly seeking another location, cooperating with a reasonable request for cultural sensitivity, Tomlinson's Pride group has decided to strong-arm the country.

Even if he wins every single case, he will never win the people, who all together pray, “keep us free from evil powers”.

Dr Daniel Thomas
Love March Movement

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