Human Rights vs Right Humans

First prepared January 12, 2011 to address Bill-389 which died in Senate.

Now modified for Bill C-279 which may be voted on this Wednesday March 20, 2013.

Jeremiah 6:16 So now the Lord says, “Stop right where you are!  Look for the old, godly way, and walk in it.  Travel its path, and you will find rest for your souls!  But you reply, ‘No, that’s not the road we want!’   (NLT)

Human rights are one of the main focuses in Western cultures.  It is human rights oriented campaigns that removed the disorder of homosexuality from medical books (most recently being in Alberta). The ‘normalization’ was then followed by special legislation deemed to protect self-declared homosexuals from violence when in fact all Canadians were already equally protected from violence.  This legislation thus provided ‘special’ protection not afforded other Canadians.  Then followed same-sex unions, same-sex adoptions and the normalization and celebration of homosexuality in public schools systems across Canada.  Those who dare speak out against this agenda must be ready to be labeled homophobic, heterosexist or a bigot.  One may even have to face a Human Rights Commission and steep fines.

Currently working its way through the parliamentary process is an extension to this sexual disorder normalization known as Bill C-279.  With full support from the NDP, Liberals, Bloc Quebecois, and even some Conservatives, Bill C-279 seeks to provide special protection from violence for self-declared gender disordered persons.  Once again, as Canadian gender disordered citizens are already protected from violence equally with all Canadians, we must ask why such special legislation is required.

Perhaps there is more to Bill C-279 than protection from violence, and so it is important to understand just what the implications may be.  One only has to look at how far the homosexual movement has advanced  since receiving special legislation and then apply this to special gender disorder protection legislation. What is not being said is that following special protection legislation for the gender disordered will be special rights.  Any man who claims to feel like a woman will not be refused from using women’s washrooms or even changing and showering in women’s change rooms at public facilities.  To restrict such unwanted behaviour would be bigoted genderphobia.

Not so you say?  In 2012 the Toronto District School Board announced policy that permits students to use the washroom of their choice and to do so without questioning.  In the words of TDSB,  "to question a student about their washroom choice would be against human right. Public institutions must be inclusive so as to not hurt an individual’s feelings while having total disregard for the feelings and well being of the general population.  Should a school or any other public institution choose to apply common sense and take a stance against such destructive foolishness they may face a Human Rights Commission. Canada boasts of its Human Rights record.

God intends human rights to be in place for mankind in areas such as the right to life from conception to natural death and the right to choose to serve Him.  Beyond that however, God’s focus is not so much on human rights as it is on right humans.  Canada was not founded on special human rights, it was founded on the supremacy of God and the rule of law where governance was to be based on godly, Biblical principles. In Jeremiah, Israel did not desire or pursue the old godly way.  They had a better, progressive plan which led to disaster.  Canada is on the same wrong path.

CHP is the only federal party seeking to return to the old Godly way.  If you agree with CHP then a vote for any other party is a wasted vote.


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