Marriage amendment law

Sewage floods London neighbourhood

London PooClapham Road in Kennington was closed as London had to deal with a river of filthy water from a burst pipe.

The tweets were quick to follow,
#Crapham
#Poonami,
#LondonPoo.

Clapham is described in Wikipedia as an affluent multi-cultural neighbourhood, home to middle-class professionals, and a vibrant Gay community.  Or should it be effluent?

In the early 20th century, Clapham was seen as an ordinary commuter suburb, often cited as representing ordinary people: hence the so-called “Man on the Clapham omnibus”.

The man on the Clapham omnibus is a hypothetical reasonable person, used by the courts in English law where it is necessary to decide whether a party has acted as a reasonable person would.

Kennington is described as  “the politicians’ enclave across the Thames from Westminster” by the The Sunday Times.   The Times observed that “Kennington…is the suburb that has featured the most in the MPs’ expenses scandal.

Do the politicians and other communities in that area still represent ordinary British people?  Is this another warning?

Signs from Seddon

Three days before same-sex marriage came into law in New Zealand on Monday the 19th Aug 2013, the small town of Seddon and the capital city Wellington were rocked by a strong magnitude 6.6 earthquake on Friday the 16th August.

The town of Seddon is named after Richard Seddon, New Zealand’s longest-serving Prime Minister, who governed from 1893 to 1906.  A prominent statue of Richard Seddon stands outside NZ’s Parliament Buildings.  His statue has come to represent the authority of the government in NZ.

Seddon and Beehive

Seddon statue outside NZ Parliament

Did the NZ Government have the God-given authority to gut out the country’s marriage law?

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SHOCK – TV3 Campbell Live ‘Marriage-Equality bill’ poll

Same-sex marriage was pushed through under urgency, without a referendum, without a mandate from the majority of New Zealanders.  Opponents to the bill were not treated equally in the Select Committee hearings.  During the time it was going through parliament the country suffered a drought in both islands, the worst in 70 years.

The only time New Zealanders were given a voice was in a TV3 News Poll.  It was the second largest number of responses ever received to a TV3 poll.  Nearly 17,000 respondents answered NO they did not support same-sex marriage.  Unfortunately the workd never got to hear about it as there was a media blackout over the poll results.

The Bible says By me kings reign, and princes decree justice.  By me princes rule, and nobles, even all the judges of the earth,” Proverbs 8:15,16.

Even though marriage is a covenant that God ordained to be between a man and a woman, the NZ government and media thought they knew better.  They acted without authority and Seddon trembled.

Do you know what happens to the land when public servants rule the roost and act like kings?

It shakes.

“Under three things the earth trembles,
    under four it cannot bear up:
a servant who becomes king,
    a godless fool who gets plenty to eat,
a contemptible woman who gets married,
    and a servant who displaces her mistress.  Proverbs 30:21-23


“She’ll be right”

But hey, the godless fools are too busy looking at the rainbow to notice the shaking.  Here’s Maurice Williamson, one of the MP’s who voted for this bill thinking he’s being very clever.  He delivered a mocking speech in Parliament after the bill was passed, where he dismissed New Zealanders’ concerns, profaned the rainbow and quoted from the Bible;

“And finally, can I say sir, one of the messages I had was that this bill was the cause of our drought. This bill was the cause of our drought. Well, if any of you follow my Twitter account, you will see that in the Pakuranga electorate this morning it was pouring with rain. We had the most enormous big gay rainbow across my electorate. It has to be a sign, sir. It has to be a sign. If you are a believer, it’s certainly a sign. And can I finish, for all those who are concerned about this, with a quote from the Bible. It’s Deuteronomy. I thought Deuteronomy was a cat out of the musical ‘Cats’, but never mind. It’s Deuteronomy Chapter 1 Verse 29 “Be ye not afraid.”

I say BE afraid.  Be very afraid.  And pray we never see Seddon’s statue toppled on it’s face.


Source:

2013 Seddon earthquake

The Seddon earthquake is considered the first of an earthquake doublet.

Richard Seddon: “After his death Richard Seddon became a symbolic figure. His prominent statue outside Parliament Buildings has come to represent the authority of the state in New Zealand.”

SHOCK – TV3 Campbell Live ‘Marriage-Equality bill’ poll
http://www.scoop.co.nz/stories/PO1304/S00234/shock-tv3-campbell-live-marriage-equality-bill-poll.htm

Same-sex marriage in New Zealand.  Same-sex marriage is recognised and performed in New Zealand. A bill for legalisation was passed by the New Zealand House of Representatives on 17 April 2013 by 77 votes to 44 and received royal assent on 19 April. It entered into force on 19 August 2013, to allow time for the Department of Internal Affairs to make the necessary changes for marriage licensing and related documentation.

SHOCK – TV3 Campbell Live ‘Marriage-Equality bill’ poll
http://www.scoop.co.nz/stories/PO1304/S00234/shock-tv3-campbell-live-marriage-equality-bill-poll.htm

Same-sex marriage in New Zealand.  Same-sex marriage is recognised and performed in New Zealand. A bill for legalisation was passed by the New Zealand House of Representatives on 17 April 2013 by 77 votes to 44 and received royal assent on 19 April. It entered into force on 19 August 2013, to allow time for the Department of Internal Affairs to make the necessary changes for marriage licensing and related documentation.

Timeline:
17 April 2013 Same-sex marriage was passed in Parliament
21 July 2013 First Seddon earthquake
16 August 2013 Second Seddon earthquake
19 August 2013 Same-sex marriage entered into force.


Maurice Williamson was later forced to resign as a minister.

But by then he’d done his damage.

Here is Williamson’s involvement in the sale of the Crafar Farms to China, and his links with Donghua Liu, a corrupt Chinese businessman and law breaker who bought NZ citizenship.

2010, The Crafar farms came up for sale. Milk NZ, a Chinese Agribusiness, wanted to buy the farms. The sale of the farms attracted national attention, with Prime Minister John Key weighing in part-way through the process saying he did not want New Zealanders to become tenants in their own country.
4 September 2010, Darfield earthquake – I believe a warning.
2012 The Crafar farms sale to the Chinese group was approved by Maurice Williamson and Jonathan Coleman. It was supposed to be a 50/50 venture between Landcorp and Theland Group (which is 100% Chinese owned) but Landcorp are no longer involved and New Zealand got nothing from Landcorp giving their expertise to China.
2014 Maurice Williamson forced to resign as Minister after heavying the Police to drop domestic violence charges of Donghua Liu.