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THURSDAY, OCT 25, 2012  |  10 comments
Court ‘forces’ gay adoption on Northern Ireland
A judge has controversially ruled that Northern Ireland must allow gay couples to adopt children, despite widespread opposition.

Northern Ireland’s health minister, Edwin Poots, has vowed to “urgently appeal” against the ruling, warning that it could hinder further adoption reforms.

An official public consultation into whether to allow gay adoption in Northern Ireland showed that 95 per cent of respondents were opposed to the move.


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Cliff Leckey | N. Ireland  Find all comments by Cliff Leckey
Chris Perver wrote:
This is a bit ridiculous. A homosexual man who is in a "relationship" that is not officially recognized by the state can adopt a child (being "single"), but a homosexual who has his "relationship" recognized by the state in a civil ceremony cannot?
There are double standards here. As much as I hate to say it, the government has to decide whether it is going to allow homosexuals to adopt, period. It's all or nothing. I wish it were nothing, but I don't think the government is going to acquiesce.
Chris you know as well as I that the crew in westminster will follow the EU instructions to the letter & the only thing they will say is,yes Sir,three bags full Sir, & is their anything else you require before we get up of our knees Sir
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News Item10/25/12 4:04 PM
Chris Perver | N. Ireland  Contact via emailFind all comments by Chris Perver
This is a bit ridiculous. A homosexual man who is in a "relationship" that is not officially recognized by the state can adopt a child (being "single"), but a homosexual who has his "relationship" recognized by the state in a civil ceremony cannot?

There are double standards here. As much as I hate to say it, the government has to decide whether it is going to allow homosexuals to adopt, period. It's all or nothing. I wish it were nothing, but I don't think the government is going to acquiesce.

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News Item10/25/12 2:51 PM
Georgie G | UK  Find all comments by Georgie G
Cliff Leckey wrote:
(the old boy network/old school tie)
Looks like your part of the UK did get one booted out, Cliff.

"Both Houses of Parliament have the power to petition The Queen for the removal of a judge of the High Court or the Court of Appeal. This power originates in the 1701 Act of Settlement and is now contained in section 11(3) of the Supreme Court Act 1981. It has never had to be exercised in England and Wales. It has in fact only been exercised once, when Sir Jonah Barrington was removed from office as a judge of the Irish High Court of Admiralty in 1830 for corruption: he misappropriated funds due to litigants. No English High Court or Court of Appeal judge has ever been removed from office under these powers. Circuit and District Judges can be removed by the Lord Chancellor. However, he can only do so if the Lord Chief Justice agrees. This power has only been exercised twice; once in 1983 when a judge was caught smuggling whisky from Guernsey into England; the other in 2009, for a variety of inappropriate behaviour." (judiciary.gov.uk)

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News Item10/25/12 2:39 PM
Cliff Leckey | N. Ireland.  Find all comments by Cliff Leckey
Mike wrote:
"An official public consultation into whether to allow gay adoption in Northern Ireland showed that 95 per cent of respondents were opposed to the move."
Is there no legal course available to remove unfit judges in NI? Last I heard, NI was not a dictatorship.
To the best of my knowledge Judges UK wide are "appointed " (the old boy network/old school tie) so the public has nought to do with it & no say in the matter so judges can be just plain stupid & free to carry out any & all dictates that the EU insists upon because The UK has surrendered a large part of its sovereignty to the Brussels elite. The only option the public have of getting a verdict overturned is with widespread public pressure & then the verdict will "be looked at". Some system of justice heh?
This particular gem has all the hallmark of the Brussels elite & stinks to High Heaven.
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News Item10/25/12 12:05 PM
Mike | New York  Find all comments by Mike
"An official public consultation into whether to allow gay adoption in Northern Ireland showed that 95 per cent of respondents were opposed to the move."

Is there no legal course available to remove unfit judges in NI? Last I heard, NI was not a dictatorship.

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News Item10/25/12 11:32 AM
Cliff Leckey | N. Ireland.  Find all comments by Cliff Leckey
"I guess the most important part would be the spiritual end of it. I think it would be very difficult, after years gone by, to reverse the belief that gay is okay".

How right you are Chris. No turnaround in Sodom,just like today, demanding their "rights"(with the Angels) to the very end & then the sky fell in.

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News Item10/25/12 9:49 AM
John UK | Wales  Find all comments by John UK
Lurker wrote:
Doomed may be a bit overstated because with God, nothing is impossible.
Quite so, Lurker. Because if the Lord chose to save the two sodomites, the child would then see the power of God in the life of sinners, and may be better off in human terms than if born into a normal godless family setting.
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News Item10/25/12 9:46 AM
Christopher000 | Rhode Island  Find all comments by Christopher000
Yeah, I guess making that blanket statement was a bit strong.
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News Item10/25/12 9:13 AM
Lurker  Protected NameFind all comments by Lurker
Christopher000 wrote:
Any child adopted and raised by a homosexual couple is doomed from the very beginning. The child is brought up to believe that gay is ok, they grow up without a much needed Mother/Father figure, they grow up, I would guess, with some identity issues, and they probably grow up getting bullied because of their two fathers or two mothers that the other kids see at games and other school functions.
I guess the most important part would be the spiritual end of it. I think it would be very difficult, after years gone by, to reverse the belief that gay is okay.
Doomed may be a bit overstated because with God, nothing is impossible.
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News Item10/25/12 7:41 AM
Christopher000 | Rhode Island  Find all comments by Christopher000
Any child adopted and raised by a homosexual couple is doomed from the very beginning. The child is brought up to believe that gay is ok, they grow up without a much needed Mother/Father figure, they grow up, I would guess, with some identity issues, and they probably grow up getting bullied because of their two fathers or two mothers that the other kids see at games and other school functions.

I guess the most important part would be the spiritual end of it. I think it would be very difficult, after years gone by, to reverse the belief that gay is okay.

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