"Remember that the Jews in Nazi Germany, what started it against them was when they were called names, that was the first stage towards that totalitarian state. It's part of a slippery slope where the unintended consequences could be shocking."
Lord Carey, the former Archbishop of Canterbury, addressing an anti-gay marriage rally in Birmingham on Monday, Oct. 8. Carey, who resides on the outer fringes of Britain's Tory party, was expressing concerns that should gay marriage pass, it will lead Britain down a path of totalitarianism equivalent to that of Nazi Germany. He also cautioned that "same sex relationships are not the same as heterosexual relationships and should not be put on the same level."