A PROPOSED French law that would legalize same-sex “marriage” would also ban the words “mother” and “father” from all government documents, the Telegraph reports. Let’s repeat that. In a major European country, it may soon be illegal to refer to “mother” and “father” in official documents.
The language change is an inevitable move for countries that approve homosexual unions. Same-sex “marriage” and same-sex “parenthood” change the entire conceptual framework of the family. “Mother” and “father” refer to the irrevocable biological origins of every human being and thus exclude homosexuals, just as nature excludes homosexuals from procreation. Once these words are officially banned, they will almost certainly become tainted in everyday usage.
President Francois Hollande has vowed to approve the redefinition of marriage. The law comes before his cabinet on Oct. 31.
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Jane S. writes:
Spain already led the way, passing legislature in 2005 that the words “mother” and “father” on birth certificates would be replaced with the words “Progenitor A” and “Progenitor B.”
Then, in 2008, the Spanish parliament decreed that apes should be considered human, in compliance with the Great Apes Project, founded in 1993 by Peter Singer.
This is how Newspeak works, stunting people’s ability to think by destroying language. If the words “human” and “ape” mean the same thing, then we don’t need both of them, right? One of them will have to be eliminated. Can we guess which one it will be?
Incidentally, Satan’s minion Peter Singer is the Princeton lecturer who advocates “post-birth abortions” up until the age of 2, and normalizing sex with animals. He has been showered with praise, kudos, honorific titles, invited to prestigious speaking engagements and treated like he has something good to say.
Terry Morris writes:
I would argue that any society whose government is even considering banning the use of such words in official documentation, is a society in which such concepts as “mother” and “father” and “marriage” are already rendered effectively meaningless in any event. Otherwise they wouldn’t be discussing it. At least not openly.
As Mr. Auster occasionally points out in another context, the process involves three progressive steps – first you think it, then you begin to talk about it, then you act on it. The logical next step for the French is to ban these terms in official usage. Which they WILL do. It’s only a question of when. And we’re not that far behind them.
Liberal society simply cannot avoid destroying itself. So be it.