Secular wisdom : Of same – sex “marriage” and a lioness’ “rights” to raise antelopes

 

“sometimes  the  role  of  the  intelligent man is  simply  to  point  out  the  obvious”   –  George Orwell

male  +  female  ≠   male  + male

The  term  same-sex  marriage  is  an  oxymoron –  typical  of  the  euphemisms  of  secular  sexual  anarchists  and  fascists  who  comprise  the  significant  thinkers  of   the  LGBTTTI movement  .

 In  their ” wisdom” LGBTTTI  activists  and  their  supporters  wish  to  impose  the   incoherent  construct  of  “marriage  equality”  on  societies .  In  the  logically  flawed    atheist / secular   worldview  design  in nature  is  illusory  and  irrelevant  so  the only  pathology  is  to  deny  individuals  their   desires (the results  of  their chemical  reactions  and  over  which  they have  no  control) and  the  autonomy  to  pursue  same.  They  wish  to  force  societies  to   be  “tolerant” of  “diversity”

Should  we  expect  the incoherents  to  seek  lioness’  rights  to  raise  antelopes  after  all  ….  ” Fools  rush in where  wise  men  never  go”.

 

http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/africa/1905363.stm

 

Monday, 1 April, 2002, 14:00 GMT 15:00 UK

Lioness adopts third baby antelope
Map of Kenya

Tourists flocked to watch the unlikely pair
A lioness in Kenya has adopted another baby oryx – her third in as many months, game wardens at the northern Samburu National Park have reported.The lioness is said to allow a female oryx several minutes each day to feed the new-born calf.

 

The lioness and the oryx

The last calf was killed while she was sleeping

The oryx would normally represent a tasty meal to a lion, but this is not the first time the lioness has placed a calf under her protection. 

One was seen in her company in December last year, but it was eaten by other lions after two weeks. Another calf was taken away from her in February and placed in a zoo because it showed signs of malnourishment.

Dangers

The chief game warden in Samburu, Simon Leirana, said that the lioness was seen with a baby oryx no more then three days old early on Saturday.

“We are baffled. We do not know what to do with this third oryx,” said Mr Leirana.

 

Lions, like all the other species, including human beings, have this kind of feelings for babies

Conservationist Daphne Sheldrick

 

He said wildlife officials might decide to let nature take its course, leaving the calf to take its chances with starvation or other predators.

The lioness is said to be “fiercely protective” of the oryx – becoming very aggressive when any human come near.

Three adult onyxes have been seen near the unlikely duo though, one of which is believed to be the mother.

Grief stricken

When the last calf was eaten by a male lion while she slept, the lioness was said to have been stricken with grief – she went around roaring in anger.

Cases of lionesses showing maternal affection for animals they would normally see as prey are not unprecedented, conservationist Daphne Sheldrick said.

“It does happen, but it’s quite unusual. Lions, like all the other species, including human beings, have this kind of feelings for babies,” she said.

Local newspapers have noted that all three adoptions occurred on significant days – Christmas, Valentine’s Day and Good Friday.

See also:
07 Jan 02 | Africa
The lioness and the oryx
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