As we have seen with the Australian Prime Minister complaining to the Turkish President because of his broad condemnation of Australians, when the terrorist act in Christchurch New Zealand was committed by just one extreme individual, so we must beware of condemnation of the vast majority when tiny minorities accuse the majority of racism or sexism, to their own advantage, one of the goals of evil political correctness.
That is exactly what has been happening in countries such as Australia and the latest example, Britain, where parents have joined together to protest the indoctrination of their youngsters by the teaching of the so called equal validity of gay and transgender relationships. In this case, a very small minority with perverse practices accuse the majority of hatred when they complain that those practices are being inflicted upon their children in their primary schools.
It is logical and sensible for parents to discriminate between those perverse lifestyles which God condemns, and those who are drawn into such lifestyles. We can hate the sin, but love the sinner. So, for example, Jesus Christ told the woman caught in the act of adultery to go, and sin no more, when the Pharisees would have stoned her.
Let us therefor stand up and condemn the conflation of the hatred of the act with the presumed hatred of the majority. It is a politically correct lie designed to push the agenda of, in this case, the rainbow brigade, whose plan it is to criminalise both. The real victims would be truth, justice and morality, and especially freedom of speech!
Isaiah 59:15 ‘Truth is missing, and whoever turns from evil makes himself prey. The LORD looked and was offended that there was no justice.’
Isaiah 29:21 ‘Those who, with their speech, accuse a person of wrongdoing, who set a trap for the one mediating at the city gate and without cause deprive the righteous of justice.’