An honest opinion
Peaceful demonstrations are a fundamental right in many countries, including Australia, where the Archibald Memorial Fountain, Hyde Park, Sydney, is located. People have the right to express their opinions and concerns in a peaceful manner, as long as they do not violate any laws or cause harm to others. The police are responsible for ensuring the safety and security of all parties involved in a demonstration.
On Saturday 18 March 2023 at the Archibald Memorial Fountain, Sydney, Australia, at about 10 AM a group of people under the banner of Milites Dei demonstrated peacefully against the brainwashing of our next generations, the children, for they are losing their gender identity. The group was predominantly of Christian background, however, there were also some Muslim elements or perhaps an imam who joined the group. On the other side of the fountain, the rainbow community people approached the fountain but they held them outside the park thanks to a large number of police.
The issue of gender identity is complex and controversial. Some people believe that gender is binary, meaning there are only two genders: male and female. In the Bible, this is clearly stated in Genesis 1:27 that God created humanity male and female in his image and likeness. We are divinely separated into male and female.
Others believe that gender is a spectrum and there are many different identities. It is, however, important to respect the Creator of this universe.
It is also important to note that discrimination based on gender identity is illegal in many countries. People should not be discriminated against or treated unfairly because of their gender identity. Instead, we should strive to create a society that is accepting and inclusive of all people, regardless of their gender identity. However, we should avoid intimidating the next generation with ideas that are controversial to the Truth (John 8:32, 14:6, Genesis 1:27).
Jesus Christ tells us to love our neighbours (Mark 12:31). Yet, Jesus replaced this idea with an even higher standard: “Love your enemies and pray for those who persecute you, that you may be sons of your Father in heaven” (Matthew 5:44-45).