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Friday, February 02, 2007



Canadian City Councillor Fined $1000 for Saying Homosexuality “not Normal or Natural”

KAMLOOPS, BC, January 18, 2007 (LifeSiteNews.com) – A Catholic city councillor in Kamloops, British Columbia, who was himself the victim of the crime of vandalism due to his faith, has been forced to apologize and pay a homosexual activist couple $1000. The couple filed a complaint with the B.C. Human Rights Tribunal which was accepted and was to go to the hearing stage.

Strangely, it was councillor who was shown true discrimination worthy of a human rights complaint. In June, the councillor opposed a homosexual pride proclamation, after which his barber shop was vandalized with "Homophobia Die" scrawled on the door of his business.

In the June interview with LifeSiteNews.com he explained, "I'm not against lesbian and gay people, but I don't agree that I should have to endorse it." He also said that people can do what they like in the privacy of their own homes, but, he said in reference to gay pride parades, they shouldn't "go out and flaunt it, in front of people who don't necessarily agree."

TG: What a chilling assault on free speech. Canadians can't even say homosexuality is "unnatural"? Of course it's unnatural. There's nothing natural about sperm being deposited into feces.

If a queer made a statement that belief in the rapture or resurrection is "unnatural", do you think he'd have to pay a $1,000 fine? Of course not, becuase Canada represents intolerance, bigotry, descrimination, and hate.


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