Heritage Party ‘not homophobic’, says Jordan Donoghue-Morgan in rebuttal to BBC

Jordan Donoghue-Morgan

The Heritage Party is not homophobic. To be phobic is to have a fear of, and most words ending in phobic/a are used incorrectly by the left to discredit anything that opposes their false definition of inclusivity.

Although not a Christian myself, as a proud gay man, who stood as a candidate, I have received nothing but support and willingness to help anywhere he can, from a good-hearted Christian man. We went for lunch in a business run by Christians and received nothing but openness, respect and a showcase of unconditional love and community – everything that the left despise.

What this country needs is boundaries and a solid foundation that opens up freedom to achieve and succeed for all future generations. That stems from a family with both parents present in their lives (and though that is not always the case) to model to the child what a real Man and a real Woman are. They are equal but have different qualities.

That also means living in a system that provides opportunity for the parents to earn a livelihood to support the family and have financial security in their own lives, access to healthcare, education and a justice system that is fair and just. There are already laws in place for crime, the issue is that it is not upheld fairly.

I understand the importance of children, especially seeing the behaviour of children today, having a family that is balanced, so I fully support the marriage of a man and woman. As the child gets older, they live their own life and lead their own path. Ultimately, the choices that child makes when they are grown up is of their own choosing and they will either reap reward, or suffer consequence of their actions under a fair justice system.

I do not have a right to marriage. I have the right to Life, Liberty and Security, freedom from slavery or involuntary servitude, freedom from torture and from cruel, inhuman, or degrading treatment or punishment, freedom from arbitrary arrest, detention, or exile, the right to a fair and public trial, freedom from interference in privacy and correspondence, freedom of movement and residence, the right to asylum from persecution, freedom of thought, conscience, and religion, freedom of opinion and expression, freedom of peaceful assembly and association, and the right to participate in government, directly or through free elections, the right to own property and the right not to be deprived of it arbitrarily so long as I do not steal or cause harm to others.

There must be a distinguishing between rights and wants.

They are my rights as a human, and for those rights I am eternally grateful. I wholeheartedly support the marriage of a man and woman and believe the same applies for same sex couples having children.

For people that yearn to give Love: give it unconditionally to your community, your friends, family, the rest of humanity. Then watch real love change the world and know that you helped that.

Jordan Donoghue-Morgan

Heritage Party Tiverton and Honiton candidate

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