The Gleaner appears to be committed to denying the free flow of ideas which negatively impact the LGBTTTIQ agenda and removes such comments without posting them.
Here are two comments in response to Ian Boyne’s article Religious persecution in the US? which the Gleaner did not publish and removed.
The first comment was to someone called “now on the outside” and the other to Dee
Discussion on Jamaica-Gleaner 21 comments
Religious persecution in the US?
uroombolo the 8th Dee 20 hours ago Removed
see my reply above ” to now on the outside”.
The mere fact that a law exists does not make it logical or correct. The Allied Forces tried and executed German leaders who were acting on German law because those german laws failed to meet the standard of natural law. Kim Davis is correctly challenging the so – called “same sex marriage ” law because it to fails to meet the standard of logic required in natural law.
uroombolo the 8th NowOnTheOutside 20 hours ago
“Nothing would get done because everybody’s standards are different
That is why in a plural democracy laws cannot be arbitrary but consistent with design in the universe. A state cannot make illogical laws inconsistent with design in the universe and expect citizens to comply. There are such things as bad law.
See item here : http://jamaica-gleaner.com/article/focus/20150906/ian-boyne-religious-persecution-us