The speed of the descent largely depends on whether Australians rise up to defend those who are being unlawfully discriminated against.
“At least 75% of all religiously motivated violence and oppression is suffered by Christians,” Christenson said.
“I am genuinely surprised at how far we have been willing to go to obey the government and I think it is critical to ask the question: ‘At which point will I disobey?'”
When faced with the full hearing of a lawsuit, however, the City of Edinburgh Council folded on their decision and apologized to the ministry, admitting they were wrong to cancel the event based on the beliefs of the keynote speaker.
Federal MP George Christensen voiced his support for the petition on social media, warning that digital vaccine passports may be used to deny service and employment to Australians because of their private and personal medical decisions.
According to reports, Thursday’s ruling is the first time a European rights court has ruled on compulsory vaccinations.
We are on the cusp of what could be labelled as ‘therapeutic totalitarianism’.
“The police brutally exceeded their powers by issuing their warrant for no good reason, as all government requirements were met,” the church said in a statement.
“The proposal will grant police access to Australians’ private social media and dating apps,” reports claim.
“As a refugee child from a communist dictatorship regime, I will not stop fighting to preserve the rights and freedoms of Australia’s constitutional democracy, founded upon the Christian heritage and principles of love to our fellow man. I will continue to do so in the future.”
When our politicians start sounding like beauty pageant contestants, citing “Fight Climate Change” in the same way as “World Peace,” you know they’re signalling towards virtue, not science.
“I read to my children the work the Lord is doing in people through James so they can see the sacrifice of their father is not in vain.”