Commenter Glen wrote:
“I note you say that these people are going to “taunt” Christians. You are miles away from the merchant hotel in Belfast…. Therefore to be taunted you would need to travel to allow that to happen? Are you going planning to travel there?
Also you require the police to arrest them. Think about what you are saying will they be “married” at the end of this event? No! So what laws have been broken?” (end of comment)
“Homosexuals cannot marry and will never be “married” in the sight of God so whether homosexual “marriage” is legalised or not is a moot point.
The homosexual activists will be play-acting on 18th September yet their actions are still lawless (according to both God’s law and man’s law) in Northern Ireland because homosexual “marriage” is banned.
If the “legalise drugs” lobby stood on the steps of the Merchant Hotel and acted out shooting up heroin or smoking marijuana (cannabis) they would be committing an illegal act yet your argument seems to be that because the “acting out” on the part of the LGBT lobby is not reality, no laws are broken. We say that the “acting out” is itself lawless and the police should stop such activities.”