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force cooperation or implement punishment for the natural exercise of Judgmental Positional Discrimination.

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Reverse Discrimination– The act or policy, by the use of law, of preventing discrimination against a person, persons or groups, which act or policy at the same time discriminates against the one accused of discrimination.

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Anti-Rights & Anti-Freedoms Discrimination– Any form of behaviour or laws that goes against the legitimate rights and freedoms of humanity (not added or trumped up rights and freedoms).

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Moral Preference– By the use of freedom of thought, freedom of opinion, freedom of choice and by the use of discretion and the forming and adopting of a moral view ad position that is in accordance with freedom of conscience, one has Moral Preference. Why should a person’s sexual preference trump another’s moral preference?

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Discriminatory Equal Opportunity Legislation– Equal Opportunity means Equal Provinities (Provided Opportunities). To attach these provinities, especially marriage, to equal opportunity is to still deny marriage equality to others. For example Polygamists and Pedophiles. Sexual orientation and sexual preference must not be the subject of Equal Opportunity Legislation. Sexual behaviours practices or habits can never be a Right. They are based on people’s choice. Marrying to gratify those habits is not a right. It is merely a provided opportunity or provinity.

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The Supreme Court must reverse their decision and let individual states decide!

reverse their decision and let individual states decide! THE END Thusian Ins tute for Religious Liberty

THE END

Thusian Ins tute for Religious Liberty Inc. P.O. Box 2622, Kingstown, St. Vincent 17845281015/ rlsvg@gmail.com

ANSWERING THE RULING OF

THE U.S. SUPREME COURT RULING

ON SAME SEX-MARRIAGE

RULING OF THE U.S. SUPREME COURT RULING ON SAME SEX-MARRIAGE Compiled by Anesia O. Baptiste Associate

Compiled by Anesia O. Baptiste

Associate Director

Thusian Institute for Religious Liberty Inc.

St. Vincent & the Grenadines

Dear Reader, The following is compiled from a video called “An address to the Supreme Court” by Bro. Nyron Medina, a Minister of the Gospel in the Thusia Seventh-Day Adventist Church and Associate Director of the Thusian Institute for Religious Liberty of Trinidad & Tobago.

1. In Summary the recent U.S. Supreme Court ruling on same-

sex marriage declares the following:

-That the 50 states of the Union are required to grant Marriage Licenses to same-sex couples -That the 50 states of the Union are required to recognize valid same-sex marriages from other states.

Reasons Why the Ruling is Wrong

A. The U.S. Constitution neither speaks about gender nor the new definitions of genders currently in American thought.

B. The U.S. Constitution outlines Rights & Freedoms reasonably assumed to be for ALL, covering both genders-male and female– into which all the human race falls.

C. Marriage is not defined in the U.S. Constitution and is not an issue in that document. However, marriage is assumed to be between one man and one woman as was held by the Founders of the United States of America.

D. The Supreme Court of the U.S. is not the legislature. It therefore has no authority to create and write laws for the Union of 50 states. The judges have no authority to rule on marriage for all the Union because they are not the Congress or the highest law of the land-the Constitution.

Despite the above facts, the Supreme Court’s ruling dares to redefine marriage and to dictate the licensing of same-sex marriage for all the 50 states of the Union. This is the Supreme Court writing law from the judicial bench– decreeing laws where

they have no authority to do so and where laws do not exist for any such interpretation and ruling.

The most appropriate action for the Supreme Court would be to follow the advice of the dissenting judges and leave the matter up to the individual states to decide on it.

The following terms are coined and explained to help you understand what has been done in this matter:

1. More Equal LegislationThis is legislation which grants provinities (provided opportunities) to special interest groups and call them Rights and Freedoms, thus making such groups possess more rights and freedoms than the average person possesses under the law. Legislations which justify same-sex marriages and call upon Christians and other conscientious persons to cooperate with it against their liberty of conscience are called More-Equal Legislation. This breaks the principle of equality of ALL under the law (even under the U.S. Constitution).

2. Meta-Gender Legislation– Meta means “beyond”. Any legislation which goes beyond the two (2) common genders into which ALL people already fit, for the sake of including some people’s choice and habits of sexual preference and sexual orientation, is called Meta-Gender Legislation. It is wrong. Laws must not be written for genders which do not exist

3. THREE (3) Types of Discrimination: i. Judgemental Positional Discrimination and ii. Reverse Discrimination

4. Judgemental Positional Discrimination– Everyone has this. This is the individual’s exercising of values, discretion and adoption of a lone position among many to resonate with the conscience. This is freedom from God: freedoms of thought, belief, conscience, opinion and choice. These freedoms are right and true existing under a Constitution. No court should