A “serial litigant” and a religious fanatic who recently attempted to claim his religious beliefs gives him the right to put up anti-LGBTQ signs and has revealed that he simply cannot resist the urge to bring lawsuits. lawsuits.
Mark J. Savage lost in court, the latest of many supposedly “frivolous” legal claims he lost.
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Savage who tried to sue a supermarket chain for removing posters attacking politicians with anti-gay slurs and pedophilia accusations, said “I’m addicted to it now” and it’s a bigger rush ” than heroin addiction ”.
In Ireland, Savage became known as the “PERVERT” POSTER MAN “after arguing that accusing people of being” perverted gays “and pedophiles via posters was how he exercised his religious beliefs.
Sitting for an interview with the tabloid Sunday WorldSavage tried to explain that he is not homophobic, he is right against same-sex marriage and “the gay way of life.”
“Just because I’m pro-life and traditional pro-marriage doesn’t mean I’m a fanatic,” the 54-year-old said.
In 2019, Savage began putting up posters in his local SuperValu grocery store in Dublin, claiming without evidence that prominent politicians were actively involved in “the sexual exploitation of innocent children by gay perverts.”
The store workers demonstrated them, but Savage would put them back on. It got to the point where SuperValu banned Savage from entering the store. Then he organized a company protest while promising to accuse employees of abusing children, and SuperValu started calling the police on him.
Savage then tried to bring them to justice, claiming he was discriminated against because of his religious beliefs.
The show was purchased from the Workplace Relations Commission (WRC), a non-judicial body empowered to deal with common law matters in Ireland through independent arbitration agents. The WRC ruled that SuperValu acted reasonably in response to Savage’s actions, nor did it violate anti-discrimination laws or Savage’s right to practice his religion.
In short, the WRC deemed his complaint “entirely frivolous and vexatious”.
Now he claims that “they” are trying to make him look obnoxious, when that is not his goal.
“They try to make it look like I’m a fanatic. I’m not – I’m a Christian, ”he told Sunday World. “Of course, I don’t agree with the gay lifestyle. It doesn’t mean I’m going to threaten or discriminate against them or anything.
He tried to explain that when he called a politician a “gay pervert,” he didn’t mean he was calling the pervert… gay.
“I meant a pervert of justice, render service to the initiates… this kind of perversion of justice”, he affirmed. “It’s a play on words.
He also told the tabloid: “I am suspicious of authorities in general”, but “I keep an open mind”.
Understandably, he claims COVID-19 is a hoax and he believes the masks are made to “control” and “condition” people, although he admits to wearing masks in court to avoid being jailed for contempt because it’s not worth it “.
The row with SuperValu was not the first time Savage has filed a complaint against a company for discrimination.
In April, he lost a separate complaint to the WRC, claiming it was discriminatory for Ireland to hold a ‘best young entrepreneur contest’ that limited the number of people who could participate based on their age. In 2019, Savage alleged that University College of Dublin had also discriminated against him because of his religious beliefs. Both requests were rejected.
Savage also accused former Irish Minister of Health James Reilly of discriminating against him and another local politician of harassment outside the WRC. Both have failed.
In 2017, Savage claimed that SEETEC Employment had also discriminated against him. Ireland’s employment agency had advised him on his curriculum vitae in a way he felt was contrary to his religious beliefs.
Savage’s curriculum vitae is one of his major accomplishments: “Defending and defending my religious beliefs which include that abortion on demand is evil and that homosexuality is an inherent evil prone disorder. An employment counselor told him that might not help him find a job with many companies.
Savage later accused the agency of discriminating against him on the basis of his religious beliefs, but these were also rejected by the WRC.
Savage also filed complaints against Google, claiming that the search engine violated its rights by indexing a link to an article calling Savage “the homophobic candidate for North County Dublin” in the 2014 local election.
So far, all of his complaints to the commission have been unsuccessful.
Yet he backs all of his legal claims, saying, “They might classify me as a sore loser, as a litigant who doesn’t understand the law properly, but I’ve been dealing with the courts and just delved into textbooks. right and I have a good collection of it now.
“I have received almost two dozen religious complaints and each has failed,” he said. Sunday World. “I’m addicted to it now. Rather than a heroin addiction, you better have this kind of addiction. It allows your brain to function.
“I could even sue Google [again] for me to become addicted to litigation.