Continuing our series of highlighting civil discussions taking place on sites chosen entirely at random from Michelle Malkin’s blogroll, today we have the link between gay adoption and Islamic terrorism finally explained:
With this — “There is no place in our society for discrimination. That’s why I support the right of gay couples to apply to adopt like any other couple.” — Tony Blair has proclaimed the constitution of Liberal society. Of course, even in this, there is mendacity, for what the British Prime Minister is actually supporting is not any “right” but a piece of coercion. His Government will provide no exemption from its supreme principle of non-discrimination for the Catholic Church; the latter will be coerced into compliance, or she will cease to facilitate the adoption of children. “There can be no exemptions for faith-based adoption agencies offering public funded services from regulations that prevent discrimination.”
Britain has enthroned Nondiscrimination as its King; and he is a jealous monarch indeed. But he is quite feeble. He can tyrannize his own but he cannot protect them. He commands no respect, but rather provokes contempt. It is said by many terrorism experts that London is the most dangerous city in the world. Well over a dozen countries have suffered terror attacks perpetrated by residents of that city: London, the very cradle of liberal democracy. One would be hard-pressed to discover a more resounding refutation of the idea of democracy as an antidote to the Jihad than this.
The language is a bit precious, and it was hard to tell if this is what Mr. Cella truly meant:
Tony Blair objects to government giving tax dollars to organizations that discriminate.
So he’s told the Catholic Church to either allow gay adoption, or expect no more tax dollars.
Some Islamic terrorists grew up in London, and London has been attacked by Islamic terrorists.
Therefore terrorists are encouraged by gay adoption and the principle that if you take government money, you should be subject to government rules.