The 1984 Big Brother Is In
If you live in
San Antonio, and actually
have an opinion on anything that conflicts with any opinion of the city counsel,
you will be permanently banned from participation in city government, business,
or employment. Isn’t there a word for
that? Oh yeah…tyranny! Oh well…just learn how to say yes’em.
By de Andréa
July 25, 2013
Yep ya-all read that right, the San Antonio City Council will resume work on a proposed change to its so-called nondiscrimination ordinances that will obviously discriminate against anyone who - for example takes the Bible at its word and follows it.
That’s because the change creates a penalty for those who, or have’ ever exhibited a “bias,” for anything!
One by one we are giving up our rights and freedom…
The text includes the following…“No person shall be appointed to any position if the city council decides that such a person has, prior to such proposed appointment, engaged in discrimination or demonstrated a bias, by word or deed, against any person, group or organization on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, veteran status, age, or disability.” This clearly would include adopting the Bible’s condemnation of homosexuality, and would permanently ban any participation in city government, business, or employment. Wait just a
Texas minute, that would include anyone and
everyone, unless of course you’re nothing but a fence post.
Opponents of the plan, which would add “sexual orientation” and “gender identity” to the nondiscrimination ordinances, charge that it is a violation of Article VI, paragraph 3, of the U.S. Constitution, which states, “[N]o religious test shall ever be required as a qualification to any office or public trust under the
.” Oh well… shuuucks, we don’t pay that no mind
ya-all! That ole constitution is
outdated anyways. United States
Church leaders who oppose the proposed change argue it violates First Amendment rights to freedom of religion, freedom of speech and freedom of association. It also violates the Texas Religious Freedom Act and the Texas Constitution. There ya-all go again with that’ there constitution stuff.
Charles Flowers of Faith Outreach International, who
has been alerting city residents about the issue, told OneNewsNow that
the undefined reference to “bias” could mean anything.
“The ordinance … says that if you have at any opinion that demonstrates ‘a bias’ – without defining what a bias is or who will determine whether or not one has been exercised – that you cannot get a city contract,” Flowers said. “Neither can any of your subcontractors [who have demonstrated a bias] sign on to the contract.”
He called the measure “unprecedentedly wrong” and said, “the citizens of
must stop it.” San Antonio
“If you voice any opinion, no matter how many years back it’s been, it can be used against you,” Branson said. “City employees are going to be greatly affected by this.” Well…look at the bright side, it would eliminate all the biased news agencies.
The church leaders said it allows the city council “to prohibit those that speak their religious beliefs regarding homosexuality from serving on city boards. For example, if a person publicly expresses their religious belief that homosexual behavior is a sin – even if this expression is at a church service – that person could be frozen out of involvement with city government.”
How long do you think it will take this to catch on in the state governments and then on to the federal congress?
THE BOTTOM LINE: I can’t help but wonder what happens to the existing city councilpersons now that they have demonstrated a bias against those that have a bias. It gets just a little confusing doesn’t it when one tries to think logically about a discrimination ordinance designed to outlaw discrimination against specific groups of people that discriminate against specific groups of people.
It probably doesn’t make sense because it’s a deception designed to do nothing but control people by eliminating any opposition from those that are independent thinkers. People who some how fell through the cracks in the government indoctrination centers called public schools. The government will eventually eliminate those people from the new society.
Thanks for listening and ya-all come back now hear?– de Andréa
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