The same-sex marriage campaign rests on Marxist arguments and is led by a vanguard of Marxists. We can deconstruct the theory and the leaders of the Marxist vanguard to show just that. But however cogent our arguments and demonstration, the experiences of someone who has lived under a communist regime make the malignancy and tactics of Marxists more immediate. John Rigo lived through communism in Poland before escaping to Australia. He has a warning for Australians.
Confusing, distorting, reversing and destroying the meanings of words was a major characteristic of communism, as much as the constant threat of state terror.
I fled communist tyranny to breathe and speak freely, to live without the fear and obligatory debasement of paying lip service to evil. Don’t think me dramatic when I say the the Left in general and same-sex marriage bullies in particular have inspired a deeply unsettling sense of deja vu
There are times in life when at last you can fully recognise a deadly, half-hidden danger. Reading an intensely perceptive analysis helps, and there is a relatively recent one by the Polish philosopher Ryszard Legutko, published in English as The Demon in Democracy: Totalitarian Temptations in Free Societies (brief excerpts featured in Quadrant‘s April 2015 edition). Professor Legutko and I grew up in the same epoch and political environment in the communist tyrannies of Eastern Europe. I escaped and came to Australia as a refugee in 1981, while he became involved with Solidarity in Poland. Now he is a leading member of the European Parliament. Read on…
Political prudence aims at ‘combining the principles of original justice with the infinite variety of human concerns.’