Prime Minister Scott Morrison has indicated he does not support public expression of religious belief or conviction. Sure, he lets cameras into a church on Sunday, but that’s exactly where anti Christian secular extremists want religion contained, so there’s no real risk there.
In a devastating blow to the fevered fight for religious freedom since the undefinition of marriage with zero promised protections, the PM told the ABC religion should be private, private, private.
“I think it’s important ultimately that employers have reasonable expectations of their employees and that they don’t impinge on their areas of private practice, and private belief or private activity,” said the Prime Minister who will be responsible for protecting the public expression & exercise of religious convictions and belief.
Here’s how Christophobic leftists rejoiced when they heard his words.
Folau can privately be a Christian all he wants. What Rugby Australia has a problem with was his PUBLIC displays of homophobia.— ????? ?️??????? (@avila_mariposa) July 2, 2019
“Private” being the key word here. Keep your religious views private and everyone will be happy.— ???Bethany Williams (@BethanyinCBR) July 1, 2019
And their religious practice should remain private! It should not have an unwanted, uninvited impact on anyone else!— ? Deb Cansdell ? (@DebCansdell) July 1, 2019
"Private" being a pretty key word here.— Toadsland (@Qld_Mythbuster) July 1, 2019
Private doesn't mean publication on multi national media like Facebook or Twitter. Private also needs to be considered when a person is a multi national or national high profile public figure. Private means in private.— Paul Skip (@PSkip38) July 1, 2019
Yes, they should, but only if it is kept private.— Louis Wu (@Looweewoo) July 1, 2019
posting to thousands of people on a public facing media platform is not private practise. It is broadcasting.— Jordan Raskopoulos (@JordanRasko) July 1, 2019
Private seems to be the operative word here. Folau's behaviour fails Morrison's test.— Greed wins. Always. (@Scott_A_Moody) July 1, 2019
Didn't know a public Instagram profile with thousands of followers was— Rob Easterbrook (@EastOfBrook) July 1, 2019
A) Considered "Private" or;
B) A recognised religious practice.
Posting hateful comments on social media is NOT PRIVATE religious practice! Its PUBLIC vilification!— mike baudinette (@mikebaudy) July 1, 2019