The lucky stroke crippled me and gave me a new life. Now I'm just unbelievably good looking and modest. Always turn a little to the left.
19 Sept 2017
I awoke this morning and I had grown two heads I must have voted yes?
‘No’ camp has escalated the fight against same-sex marriage with skywriting across Sydney and spectacular claims that the thoughts of Australians will be criminalised.
Prominent ‘No’ campaigner Cory Bernardi, leader of the Australian Conservatives, said at Saturday night’s ‘No’ campaign launch that if the Parliament redefined marriage, “it also redefines how you can speak, think, advocate and believe about marriage”.
To cheers from the crowd, Senator Bernardi warned of “criminalised” thoughts, “weaponised” anti-discrimination laws, “Section 18C on steroids” and “legal warfare” if the definition of marriage was changed.
Senator Matt Canavan, the former minister and fellow ‘No’ campaigner, told Fairfax Media he also feared the creation of so-called ‘thought crimes’.