Saturday, November 29, 2008

Roxon Sacks Health Ambassador





Radical Anti Family Minister Nicola Roxon has sacked Warwick Marsh who she appointed just two days ago as a men's health ambassador because of what she described as his abhorrent views on homosexuality.



Warwick Marsh from the Fatherhood Foundation refused to distance himself from a document which describes homosexuality as a mental disorder and links gay men to pedophilia.


But she has kept on another man who is named as a co-author of the publication, Barry Williams from the Lone Fathers Association, because he repudiated the views expressed in the document.


Gay rights groups say that's not good enough, and they are calling for him to be sacked too.


"21 Reasons Why Gender Matters" is the title of document published last year by the Fatherhood Foundation.


It refers to homosexual, bi-sexual and transgender relationships as gender disorientation pathologies, and says these are preventable and treatable. It also states that while most homosexuals do not abuse children and most are not pedophiles, a significant number do and are.


FACT Eminent psychiatrist says homosexuality is a disorder that can be cured.


FACT How a 'gay rights' leader became straight.


FACT Homosexuals are over represented in child sex offenses: Those among the 1 to 3 percent of the population that is sexually attracted to the same sex are committing up to one-third of the sex crimes against children.


The Federal Health Minister Nicola Roxon says she's appalled by the views of Warwick Marsh of the Fatherhood Foundation:


Even though homosexuals are more likely to sexually abuse children Minister Roxon does not want people speaking out against them.


Who knows why? Perhaps if she narrow mindedly supports the homosexual agenda she will get to keep her job or even get a promotion.


Not so for Warwick Marsh, he stood up for the truth and lost his job over it.

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