Friday, August 3, 2012


Australia needs you to turn up on Tuesday 14 August 2012 to celebrate and defend marriage on National Marriage Day because "the world is run by those who show up".  

The reality behind these words will be shown on National Marriage Day to be held on Tuesday 14 August 2012 between 11AM and 1PM. People will gather on the lawns of Parliament House, Canberra from all over Australia to celebrate love between a man and a woman.

It was reported on 19 June 2012 in the Australian newspaper that the 'Marriage Destruction Bill' is likely to be voted on in August, instead of being delayed indefinitely. Tuesday, 14 August is the first day back after the parliamentary winter break - a good time to attend National Marriage Day at Parliament House. Your presence on the lawns of Parliament House Canberra will strengthen the hands of those parliamentarians who want to do the right thing for our children, protecting marriage between a man and a woman.

The 'Homosexual Marriage Bill' can be called the 'Marriage Destruction Bill'. Marriage redefined is marriage destroyed. Bill Muehlenberg, in a very informative article called "When the Activists Spill the Beans" quotes Masha Gessen, a lesbian advocate for homosexual marriage who says openly, "fighting for gay marriage generally involves lying about what we are going to do with marriage when we get there-because we lie that the institution of marriage is not going to change, and that is a lie." Feminist Linda Gordon got straight to the point when she said, "The nuclear family must be destroyed". Radical feminist Robin Morgan exposed the core strategy of homosexual advocates when she said, "marriage must be destroyed".

TIME:  11AM-1PM   Tuesday 14 August 2012
Parliament House, Canberra (authorised assembly area)

1. Please come to Canberra to defend and celebrate marriage. 
2. Tell all your friends and networks about National Marriage Day and ask them to also come to Canberra. Marriage is something worth standing for.

 Defence of  traditional marriage is imperative in the face of the ongoing agitation by the minority gay lobby to change the marriage act. Marriage is too important for you to sit by and leave it to someone else to defend. At times like these we need to gather the lone voices into a multitude that won't fail to be heard!

Any questions?  Phone Phyllis Restall or

Special Guest Speaker
Mr Don Feder, (see details right)  
Other speakers 
Nat Marrriage Day Guest Speaker
Don Feder is a well known author and syndicated columnist. His columns have been carried by newspapers in the USA including the Boston Herald, USA TODAY, The Wall Street Journal and the Readers Digest. In addition he is the Communications Director for the World Congress of Families. Don Feder is renowned for his tireless defence of the rights of the family and traditional marriage.
    • Rabbi Dr Shimon Cowen, Director, Institute of Judaism & Civilisation 
    • Sen. Eric Abetz, Liberal Tas 
    • Sen. Cory Bernardi, Liberal SA. 
    • Sen. Mark Furner, ALP Qld 
    • Sen. Barnaby Joyce, LNP Qld 
    • Sen. John Madigan, DLP Vic 
    • Hon. Kevin Andrews, Liberal Menzies 
    • Warwick & Alison Marsh, Dads4Kids  
The Marriage Amendment Act 2004 was passed on 13 August 2004. It defines marriage as: "a union between one man and one woman to the exclusion of all others, voluntarily entered into for life".

The passing of this act was primarily made possible through the efforts of many thousands of Australians being prepared to defend the foundation upon which our nation stands - the family based on marriage.
Protecting Our Australian Values 
P.O. Box 378
, Unanderra NSW 2526

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