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Gay marriage and the Apocalypse – you have been warned

In Marriage and family on June 19, 2012 at 7:11 am

If You Ask Me: Wicked Denmark was engulfed by a tempest of those traditional family values

If you ask me, I hate to say I told you so – much as it always gives me satisfaction – but haven’t I said all along that if same-sex marriages were ever legalised, the moral universe would implode, the world as we know it would end, and we’d all be tipped into hell and oblivion for all eternity? Didn’t I? And hasn’t this proved to be so? Hasn’t it?

In fact, moments after Stig Elling married his partner Steen Andersen in a Copenhagen church last Saturday under new Danish laws allowing such a ceremony, didn’t the citizens of Copenhagen hear a low rumbling sound, followed by a terrifying ripping as Church ruptured from State, “traditional family values” were torn asunder, frogs rained down, locusts swarmed, loins were smited, and satanic, skeletal creatures, with teeth like jagged shards of glass, tore humans limb from limb before feasting greedily on their organs?

“I knew what this was from the instant I first heard the low rumbling and a traditional family value, whipped up by the wind, struck me viciously in the side of the face,” said one citizen. “I thought: Cheers, Stig and Steen. You just couldn’t carry on living together, could you? You had to stand up and insist on being treated equally before God and the law, and now I’m about to get my heart ripped out, and feasted upon? Great. Thanks a lot. You’ve blown it for all of us.”

-more at Independent

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