So the Law Society of Upper Canada (LSUC) which regulates lawyers in Ontario has recently declared that if you are a Christian and seek to associate with other Christians and do so in forming a law school, you cannot be admitted to practice law in society. And why? What is the reason for such a blatant persecution of people who don’t worship the same-sex god as the liberal elites of the legal establishment?
Jonathan Kay has an interesting article on the subject here.
I also have something to ask the LSUC. I am sure they are familiar with this argument. It goes something like this:
How is a Christian’s practice of Godly sex a threat to Gay Canada? Have we not heard that refrain before? You know, “How is Gay Sex a threat to you?” Remember that one?
It appears that the LSUC is just spitting mad that anyone would abstain from sex for any reason. They see this abstention as some kind of threat to their own promiscuous ways, and they seek to enforce their sexual ideology by ensuring that there is no public association which consensually demurs from the prevailing sexual dogma of our legal high priests.
Tolerance and diversity? You must be joking.
I’m not sure if totalitarianism has a sexual orientation, but I think we can all see what it is if it indeed has one.