When I was 12 all the kids in the village worked on the land we loved it summers together earning money for sweets and extra things it gave my generation a brilliant work ethic that is sadly lacking in today’s kids !
yeah this bill as it stands, spells out in explicit detail all of the circumstances in which religious discrimination and persecution would be legal going forward.
Notably specific in all the ways it can be used to deny basic human rights and needs to Australians from different religious backgrounds. Access to health care and appropriate treatment. Housing. Employment. Education.
None of these have any provision, whether state-mandated or governed by the regulatory body of the provider, for duty of continuity of care or referral to alternatives. The landlord, doctor, teacher, or hiring manager can simply lock you out with no recourse.
I don't think even the US "conscientious objector" case laws have even half this degree of blanket reach or specificity, and almost always, in the case of basic human services, have a clause requiring good-faith effort to refer to alternatives.
This is some weapons-grade Dominionist shit.
Büge wrote:Will they abide by their agreement?
That remains to be seen.
It really felt like "quick, let's spitefully gas all our prisoners before Allied forces get here" so I'm actually kinda surprised they were willing to back down. Like that felt like a dick move for the sake of a dick move. How do you talk an asshole out of spite?
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