Satan and the Demonic Wickedness of “Human Rights”

The following is excerpted from “Catholic Activist ‘Banned for Life,’” LifeSiteNews, Dec. 13, 2007)

“The Saskatchewan Human Rights Commission’s decision to impose a ‘lifetime’ ban on a local Catholic’s freedom to publicly criticise homosexuality, was upheld this week in its entirety by Saskatchewan Court of Queens Bench. Bill Whatcott, a licensed practical nurse who lives in Saskatchewan, is a campaigner against the homosexual political movement that is sweeping the Canadian legal system. In 2006, the Saskatchewan Human Rights Commission (SHRC) ordered Whatcott to pay $17,500 Cn. to four complainants who complained that their ‘feelings’ and ‘self-respect’ were ‘injured’ by Whatcott’s pamphlets denouncing the ‘gay lifestyle’ as immoral and dangerous. Whatcott says he was fined for his pamphlets that used ‘verbatim’ a text from a classified personal advertisement in a local homosexual publication that ran, ‘Man seeking boys…. age not so relevant.’ Canadians concerned about what they see as the erosion of basic democratic freedoms are calling for a stop to the extra-judicial powers of the Human Rights Commissions in which the usual rules for due process of law do not apply. Ottawa Citizen columnist David Warren blasted the Human Rights Tribunals, calling them ‘kangaroo courts’ and ‘star chambers’ with ‘quasi-legal powers that should be offensive to the citizens of any free country… in which the defendant’s right to due process is withdrawn.’ He says, ‘They reach judgments on the basis of no fixed law,’ and, ‘the process is the punishment for simply by agreeing to hear a case, they tie up the defendant in bureaucracy and paperwork, and bleed him for the cost of lawyers, while the person who brings the complaint, however frivolous, stands to lose nothing.’ Conservatives in Canada are supporting a petition, addressed to Prime Minister Stephen Harper, to abolish or at least curtail the powers of the Human Rights Commissions. The petition to stop the Human Rights Commissions is located [here].”

The Idea of “Human Rights” is as godless as it gets these days. The very concept draws to mind images of a certain group of humans deciding whether or not another human or group of humans actually has the right to life and liberty and justice. These Human Rights Commissions continue, on a daily basis, to show themselves to be tools of Satan and tools of Humanities own wicked pride and lust for power and the desire to suppress anything that opposes their own way of life.

One day God will avenge all that has been done wrong, either now, through Jesus’ eschatological death on the cross, or in the future, through his final judgment of the hearts of men on the Last Day. But until all things are complete, let us pray that God will right these wrongs before our very eyes. Let us pray that this Human Rights Commission will have its “rights” of abuse and power mongering stripped from it and burned in the fire. It makes me so sad and angry to see what this commission has done to a man who was simply seeking to tell homosexuals that they are sinners and in need of Jesus’ saving power and love.

May God vindicate his people and may the wicked be thrown down from their lofty powers of ‘deity’ and vainglory!

In Christ and In Defense of the Faith,

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