Fear of Political Wilderness Drives Liberals into Homosexual Arms

Media release

Australian Protectionist Party National Chairman and South Australian Spokesman Mr. Andrew Phillips today condemned new Opposition leader Brendan Nelson for deserting conservative, traditional values for political gain.

“Mr. Nelson has clearly slithered onto Labor’s self perceived “progressive” social engineering bandwagon on the issue of so-called “homosexual rights” in an attempt to blur what little distinction there is between the two major parties” Mr. Phillips said.

The Australian Protectionist Party recognizes the importance of the traditional and stable family unit as the cornerstone of a healthy and dynamic Australian society. The Party believes the welfare of families should be protected by government support programs, taxation reform and reinforced in our education system.

“Homosexual lobby groups and the Australian Coalition for Equality have welcomed the return to power of the Labor Party, with the ACE declaring they will be seeking a meeting with the new Attorney General in order to “set a timetable for reform”” – as if the government is their own personal tool” Mr. Phillips said “if ever we needed an Opposition willing to act as a counter-weight to these ridiculous reforms, it is now”.

“The homosexual lobbyists also declare their intention to have so-called discrimination against their sexuality removed from the classrooms” Mr. Phillips continued, “Does this mean our children will forcibly be subjected to instruction in unnatural practices as part of our tax funded curriculum?”

“Unfortunately for Australians with traditional values, it would appear that under Mr. Nelson the Liberals fear the cold of the political wilderness to such a degree that they are more than willing to ignore their responsibilities to the wider community and go running scared to any deviate lobby group willing to have them” Mr. Phillips concluded.

Statement issued by Mr. Andrew Phillips
National Chairman and S.A. spokesman, Australian Protectionist Party
5th December 2007

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