Thursday, December 8, 2011

Political Pandering For The Gay Vote

The United States, under the Obama administration, and the leadership of Secretary Of State Hillary Clinton, has taken the notion that it should officially state it's accomplishments in support of the gay agenda and gay advocacy, by releasing a laundry list of things that it has done. 

“Gay rights are human rights, and human rights are gay rights, once and for all.”
 Secretary Hillary Clinton, June 2010, Washington, D.C.

Only to name a few, such things include:

At the UN Human Rights Council’s (HRC) June 2011 session, the United States, South Africa, and Latin American and European Union countries led efforts to pass the first-ever UN resolution on the human rights of LGBT persons.

  • At the HRC’s March 2011 session, the United States co-chaired efforts of a core group of countries to issue a statement entitled “Ending Acts of Violence and Related Human Rights Violations Based on Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity.” The statement garnered the support of 85 countries, including 20 that had never before supported similar statements on the promotion of LGBT persons’ rights.
  • In December 2010, the State Department led efforts at the UN General Assembly to reinsert language on sexual orientation into a resolution on extrajudicial, summary, and arbitrary executions, after the language’s removal in committee. The amendment was approved by a 93-55 margin.
  • The State Department is working to establish a special rapporteur on the protection of the human rights of LGBT people within the Inter-American Commission for Human Rights, after President Obama raised the importance of LGBT issues in a meeting with Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff earlier this year.
  • The United States also partnered with Brazil and others to secure adoption of a resolution on human rights, sexual orientation, and gender identity at the Organization of American States General Assembly in June.
The statement released by the US Dept. Of State 12/10/2011 prefaces by saying this:
"Human rights are inalienable and belong to every person, no matter who that person is or whom that person loves. Since January 2009, Secretary Clinton has directed the Department to champion a comprehensive human rights agenda—one that includes the protection of the human rights of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) people. The Department uses its full range of diplomatic and development tools to press for the elimination of violence and discrimination against LGBT people worldwide, particularly those forced to flee their homes or countries. 
The Department continues to counter efforts globally that discriminate against, criminalize, and penalize members of the LGBT community. The United States recognizes the unflagging efforts and courage of advocates and organizations fighting to promote equality and justice around the world, especially in countries where doing so puts their lives and their families at risk. At the same time, U.S. personnel policies must protect the human rights of all LGBT people, and consular and other tools must be used to provide equal access and equal rights to LGBT people. 
U.S. leadership on advancing human rights for LGBT people is consistent with the Obama Administration’s policy of principled engagement with the world and our commitment to uphold universal standards that apply to everyone. By supporting the inherent dignity of each person we help to foster a just world for all people and we lead by example, enhancing U.S. strategic interests as we advance our values."

While it is commendable to fight for human dignity, as no one deserves to be unjustly persecuted, what is amazing here is that the gay agenda has come front and center as a world political football kicked around whenever it may be convenient. Within the United States it has become entangled with almost every issue you can name. In almost every sector of life, there is now "special protections" for being gay. One can't hardly say the word "gay" in the public square without someone bringing scrutiny to what is said. In fact saying the "wrong thing" invokes a ghestopo fashioned scrutiny as if personal freedoms are trumped by being gay. If one doesn't affirm the lifestyle CHOICE of homosexuality, then one is relegated to being called "HOMOPHOBIC", which is a made up word and title ascribed to those who don't affirm gay choice, given by the same group of people who previously condemned homosexuality as a mental illness (American Psychology Association ~ APA) prior to their vote in 1974. 

Wrapped Up & Undercover

The political misdirection is at every hand. It was just yesterday that Lady GaGa the champion of gay rights went to the White House to meet certain officials  to talk about "bullying" while President Obama went to Kansas. CNN's 1600 Report stated the following regarding Lady GaGa's visit:
"The White House held an anti bullying conference earlier this year bringing together educators, parents, students and policymakers in an effort to make schools and communities across the country safe for all students."
Be 4 REAL! She wasn't just talking about bullying...she was talking about bullying of GAY children and affirmation of the gay agenda. At least be honest with the commentary. 

Unfortunately, for years, STRAIGHT children and children of all sexual proclivity, have been committing suicide and being killed. For example, 
  • In Chicago, IL. during the 2008-2009 school year, about 27 Chicago Public School (CPS) students lost their lives to crime and violence. 
  • If that weren't bad enough, during the 2009-2010 school year over 37 (CPS) children were murdered.
  • The injury rate of CPS youth was 100 TIMES that of the murder rate...that means for every 1 child that was killed, there were over 100 nonfatal injuries...Add up the numbers; there were nearly 400 injuries of students in the CPS system during the 2009-2010 school year. ~ Dr. Dexter Voisin, a researcher at the University of Chicago as reported by The Washington Times 5/13/2009 
Remember, this President LIVED in Chicago and was a Senator from Illinois for at least 2 months??? before he was elected President Of the United States. Where was the ANTI-BULLYING THEN??? Where was the Obama White House in addressing a student murder rate that is still too high in Chicago(for example)? Why is the current anti-bullying push so closely tied to and associated with gays when we can PROVE that bullying and deaths have nothing to do with sexual proclivities?
That's because it is a POLITICALLY driven issue, not one of pure moral substance or based on a commitment to do right by ALL of our children. 

To her credit, Lady GaGa became concerned about the welfare of children when one of her 14 year old fans committed suicide. However, even that was full of self-interest because children have been having a hard time long before this tragic event in many places since. Her efforts are NOT about saving children, they are about the POLITICS of gay normalization and social acceptance. The politics associates suicide with being gay, add a commercial, trick some senators (which appears to be easy to do) seduce certain apostate religious leaders (which seems to be more easy than tricking the senators) , give them an ultimatum of popularity or infamy and  WHAAAA-LAAAA!...There you have it, a totally NEW issue wrapped up in old clothes appearing to be based on a morally sensible issue, at center stage, receiving support because NONE of us want ANY child to commit suicide because they are being bullied or harassed.


Tomorrow, the California 9th Circuit 3 judge panel will consider the constitutionality of Prop 8 (even after the CA. Supreme Court last month UNANIMOUSLY upheld its constitutionality) They will also be considering the unilateral actions of homosexual Judge Vaughn "that time has passed" Walker, who will rightfully come under scrutiny because of his decision to release videotapes of the original Prop 8 trial and because he also failed to disclose that he himself was gay and in a homosexual relationship.

What makes it so bad is that the Governor, Gov. Jerry Brown and Attorney General Kamala Harris, the top law making officials of the state REFUSE to defend the law! Similar to our President and Attorney General Holder now laws are of no consequence when politics could potentially get in the way. Remember that all of this, right along with the political wrangling is done  at the further expense to the taxpayers of California.

What do I see?...INSANITY!


Additional Reading:

The UN Declares "Homosexual Rights" A Human Right

In Defense Of Marriage

President Obama's "It Get's Better" Message

The TRUTH is that current studies say that gay children hardly commit suicide at higher rates than straight children. Even though they are more than likely to report a "feeling" or an attempt to do so:
"The article, by Cornell University's Ritch C. Savin-Williams, PhD, reports on two studies that conclude that even though sexual-minority teens are more likely than heterosexual youth to report suicide attempts, half of those reports are false--that is, the young people had thought about suicide but hadn't acted on it. In addition, Savin-Williams found, many of the true attempts the young people reported weren't life-threatening. 
"When you ask in-depth questions about suicide attempts, the responses you get account for the rate differences between heterosexual and sexual minority youth suicide," Savin-Williams says. "The heterosexual youth had hardly any false attempts, while those with same-sex attractions had a lot of them."
There's more that I'll save  for a future article, bur why is being gay so favored that top officials are bending over backwards to accommodate and even welcome gay proclivities? We  need to ask, not because we don;t love the kids, but because we DO love them and know that kids need direction and that morality doesn't just happen. It's taught.  

1 comment:

  1. You make a great point. You have to understand that the west (USA, Canada, western Europe, Australia, New Zealand) is being taken over by cultural marxism aka political correctness. It silences people on certain issues like homosexuality. There is a "correct" or "approved" point of view about homosexuality that can be stated. See, the same forces that tell us that Islam is a religion of peace (when you can pick up any quran and read differently or watch what they do in countries where they are in control), that tells us there are no differences between the sexes, are the same forces that tells us that homosexuality is to be accepted and is normal.

    The irony of it is, alot of homosexuals hate christians, and will accuse a christian of b igotry at every turn, yet will support muslims. Well, if Muslims ever become a majority in the west, homosexuals will be in for a very unpleasant and rude awakening. The only thing they have to worry about from a christian is being offended. Under Muslims they will have this and this


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