After a sold-out launch in Sydney last night, the national book tour for Dr David van Gend's manifesto against same-sex 'marriage' goes to Melbourne Thursday night. A capacity crowd at Sydney's Hellenic Club on Hyde Park listened to State Labor MP the Hon. Greg Donnelly introduce STEALING FROM A CHILD: THE INJUSTICE OF 'MARRIAGE EQUALITY'. Dr van Gend,...Read more
Stealing from a Child: The Injustice of 'Marriage Equality' is a book on the injustice and uncivil coercion inherent in same-sex 'marriage.' A national book tour is underway; it's part discussion, part defiance against the intimidation and censorship that our side of the debate endures. The video below is a quick reflection by the author, David van...Read more
Don't worry: the national book launch of STEALING FROM A CHILD: THE INJUSTICE OF 'MARRIAGE EQUALITY' will proceed and the books will be supplied by a company that wants to print books, not dictate what Australian adults can and can't read or discuss. Details re national book launch here. Purchase the...Read more
Unbelievable! Commercial printer acts as censor; bans book against same-sex 'marriage'Today is the release date for a much-anticipated book by Dr David van Gend, President of the Australian Marriage Forum. The book is titled, Stealing from a Child: the Injustice of 'Marriage Equality', and has sold over two thousand copies prior to its release. It is...
The date is set and the question that will be put to voters is: "Should the law be changed to allow same-sex couples to marry?" If you ask Bill Shorten, he’ll tell you the question that’s really being asked of Australians is: “Do you like gay people or...Read more
Polls show that the overwhelming majority of Australians want the opportunity to vote directly on changing the Marriage Act. It doesn’t matter if you are for or against same-sex marriage, Australians expect to be able to have their say.Read more
- Millions of Australians voted for the Turnbull...
On Wednesday we learned of the Government’s plan for a plebiscite on Feb 11 on the question, "Should the law be changed to allow same-sex couples to marry?" Labor will decide its position on the plebiscite on October 10th at the new sitting of Parliament. If, as I expect, they blink and support the plebiscite Bill, there will...Read more