Senator Gichuhi Socks it to the Same Sex Marriagers By Mrs Vera West
The papers have been celebrating the appointment of Senator Lucy Gichuhi, Australia’s first African-born senator. She held second spot on the Family First ticket, and received only 152 direct votes, but by the magic of our political system, when it was found that the election of Bob Day was invalid, she entered parliament, joining the Australian Conservative Party, as Family First no longer existed:
Senator Gichuhi is opposed to same sex marriage and has this to say:
“Senator Gichuhi said pressure on the government to redefine marriage was not necessarily the majority view.
Just because other countries had legalised same-sex marriage did not mean Australia had to, she said.
“If we experiment with marriage this time around, what is next? How far is too far? What will society look like in four or five generations to come?
“Society changes as it grows but it could lead to unintended consequences that could encroach into other aspects of society as we know it.”
Changing and hacking at laws would leave them virtually unrecognisable, she said, stressing the importance of preserving the constitution and Australian laws.
“Let us not remove or disturb the ancient stones our founding fathers laid. We are not just trying to fit in. We are trying to show the rest of the world how to preserve a country for generations to come by preserving the lowest civil unit – the family. There is a better way to negotiate than through intimidation and domination.
“Let us avoid political and legal confusion. Likewise, we must also be careful about ideological invention and philosophical manipulation that cannot stand against the test of time.”
The politically correct class may like to chew on that for a while, after they catch their breath from celebrating.