Ask not for whom the bell tolls – it tolls for Fermanagh District Council

This week, on Tuesday, 7th May, Fermanagh District Council passed a Sinn Fein motion “supporting the same rights and entitlement to civil marriages for all citizens of Fermanagh regardless of race, religion or sexuality.”

The result of the vote was
12 for
10 against
1 abstained

This is the second time that Sinn Fein have attempted to force the acceptance of “gay” marriage on Fermanagh District Council. Last time, they were defeated, not so this time, sadly. They are a force for evil in society, a motley crew of professional, well-paid revolutionaries and professional agitators.

We commend those Councillors who voted against Sinn Fein’s evil proposal.

However, the battle is not over and the homosexual lobby know that the greatest obstacle to the “normalisation” of their abnormal lifestyle is Biblical Christianity.

We Christians must continue to be a thorn in the side of the homosexual lobby.

Here are two quotes to encourage us in our increasingly isolated and lonely stand against New Sodom,
“The resistance against the gay agenda in the Churches is left to the most conservative, the most principled, and those most willing to stand alone.”        Fred Hutchinson, in 2004, on Renew America website.

“Silence in the face of evil is itself evil.”  Deitrich Bonhoeffer

5 thoughts on “Ask not for whom the bell tolls – it tolls for Fermanagh District Council

    • Will you please explain what you mean by “homophobic bigots.” Why must you resort to ad hominem attacks, don’t you realise you are simply parroting the script in the book “After the Ball,” by Madsen and Kirk, who suggested portraying those opposed to homosexuality as evil and victimizing and by portraying homosexuals as victims of hatred and prejudice while simultaneously vilifying their opponents by comparing them to the Ku Klux Klan and the Nazis.

  1. Susan, would you be happy to have to ask several million complete strangers for permission to get married…?

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