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Mohammed Bin Lyin

Aborigines and Muslims oppose same sex marriage

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Our Aborigines oppose same sex marriage-

To the Prime Minister and the Parliament from the Aboriginal People of Australia and being undersigned by members of the Argan, Arrernte, Bidjara, Biripi, Bundjalung, Bunuba, Dunggatti, Erub, Gidja, Githabul, Gooniyandi, Gumbainggir, Juggera, Jaru, Juru, Kabi-Kabi-Waka-Waka, Kamilaroi, Karajarri, Kaylagal, Koara, Kooma, Luritja, Mamu, Mangala, Mantjintjarra, Mara, Meriam Mir, Munjunjarli, Ngaanyatjarra, Noongar, Nyawaygi, Nyigina, Pitjantjatjara, Wadi-Wadi, Wagilak, Walawurru, Walmatjarri, Wangkumara, Wiradjuri, Wongatha, Wooroora, Wuthathi, Yankuntjatjara, Yidingi-Mbabaram, Yidingi-Mullen-Barra, Balardung tribes and people groups, representing the Aboriginal People of Australia, hereby declare

It is therefore an affront to the Aboriginal People of Australia to suggest another definition of marriage

The Aboriginal people of Australia recognise the Prime Minister and Parliament as a governing body and strongly calls upon the Parliament to reject any attempt to redefine the institution of marriage, and in doing so, Honour the sanctity of both the tradition of marriage and the spiritual implication of this sacred union.-  http://ulurubarkpetition.com/bark-petition/


Our Muslims oppose same sex marriage-

'A lot of things are legal that are forbidden in my religion': Muslim leader backs 'no' vote on gay marriage – after saying he was afraid to offend left-wing supporters by opposing it

  • Islamic Council of Queensland spokesman Ali Kadri opposes same-sex marriage
  • He likened homosexuality to alcohol and adultery which are banned under Islam
  • It comes two weeks after he admitted he was afraid to offend his left-wing allies





I wonder who will be blamed if the NO votes win, will any leftist mention these 2 groups who have declared they will be voting NO. For the record I think people like Random should be allowed to have a wife with a large penis.




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The answer in your country is the same as in ours.

if you want to make marriage a religious institution, campaign to have your government get out of the marriage business. 

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17 hours ago, Mohammed Bin Lyin said:

Our Aborigines oppose same sex marriage-

Well, 30 of them do. The actual people living in shadow of Uluru itself, from which the petition is named... not so much.

Mutitjulu unaware of ‘Uluru bark petition’ on sanctity


Community members in Mutitjulu, the main Aboriginal settlement in the shadow of Uluru, said they had never heard of the petition.

Dorothea Randall, a director of the Mutitjulu Community Aboriginal Corporation and long-time resident, said locals were “not even worrying about it (gay marriage)”.


You really should stick to telling people the crazy shit you believe and what the Dabiq magazine has to say about Muslims. Cos when you step outside those bounds, you are consistently slapped upside the head by reality. :rolleyes: 

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