On May 26, a massive, well-organized demonstration was held in Paris, uniting the French against the same-sex “marriages” law, adopted in April by the parliament and signed by the French president. The authorities, frightened by the scale of the protest, hide the true number of participants, naming a number of thousands of people in 150, while the organizers themselves speak of one million demonstrators, which is much closer to reality, according to media reports from the streets of the French capital.
France has so far become the only country in Europe where the imposition of same-sex "marriages" has met with real and powerful resistance from society ... It brought together a large number of political and religious movements that first declared themselves 15 in August 2012, shortly before the bill "Marriage for all. " The organizing core of the movement was the collective “Manif for all” (Demonstration for all), headed by the Catholic activist Freezid Bario. Starting from 17 in November 2012, mass demonstrations are held in France in support of the traditional family, one of which, held in 24 in March 2013, gathered 1,4 million people. As observers emphasize, this protest became the most powerful public action after the revolutionary events of May 1968. Now French activists who advocate traditional family and community values are forming a wide network of organizations conducting explanatory work and are preparing for municipal elections.
However, if one soberly assesses the events, then one must admit that with all the heat of the struggle, it is concentrating so far at a level that cannot influence decision making. The realization of this was apparently the reason for the suicide of 21 in May 2013, the famous French writer and essayist Dominique Wenner, who hoped with his desperate act "to awaken the dormant conscience" of those who destroy the very foundations of human civilization. However, decision-making does not depend on the French politicians themselves, because the controls are located on the upper floors of the European Union.
Today, homosexuality in the West has become a powerful - and already political - force, which, acquiring more and more aggressive forms, imposes its practice at all levels and in all spheres of public life. The advancement of the Sodom mafia to the heights of world politics was carried out imperceptibly, for a long time it was not taken seriously, considering it as one of the minorities that are not dangerous. As a result, when, having accumulated potential and creating an extensive network of supporting structures, this mafia entered the international arena, it turned out that the “sexual minority” is eager to become the “sexual majority” and dictate its conditions to the rest.
From the moment of the establishment of Christianity in the Roman Empire and up to the 19th century, male husbandry in the West was regarded as an unnatural perversion and fornication. Accordingly, civil law qualified him as a crime and criminalized it. At the end of the nineteenth century. the attitude towards this perversion has softened, from the category of vice and punishable act it has moved into the category of mental illness. Radically, the situation changed with the onset of the “sexual revolution” of the 60 of the XX century, the main result of which was the formation of the “LGBT community” (lesbians, gays, bisexuals and transgender people), who declared themselves as the carrier of a special identity and a representative of the new subculture. Under his pressure in 1973, the American Psychiatric Association excluded homosexuality from the list of mental illnesses, and in 1990, the World Health Organization did.
In other words, perversion was legalized and began to be considered as one of the normal variants, as an “alternative” way of life. Gateways were open, and pathology began to spread in the West at an incredible speed. The “LGBT community” has set itself the task of “removing the pathology or rejection marker from homosexuality” in the legislation of all states, which we have been observing since the 90s. In parallel with this, the process of abolition of punishment for sodomy was going on everywhere, for which only some countries in Africa and Asia are now being persecuted. In Russia, the corresponding criminal article was abolished in 1993.
In 90, a radical trend stands out among homosexuals, starting to develop a long-term strategy for destroying the natural order of things through the elimination of differences between the sexes as such. All manifestations associated with the biological differences between a man and a woman were declared myths, and heterosexuality - one of the possible forms of behavior. Say, “social gender” (gender) should be determined by a person’s personal choice and may vary depending on the desire. The sermon of this thesis became known as “gender identity”.
Having gained a dominant position in the "LGBT community", the radicals from pederasty began to implement the global sexual revolution, aimed at "alienating" a person from his gender. They have ensured that the concepts of “gender” and “gender identity” were established not only in sociology, but also in the legal sphere, turning under the name “sexual orientation” into an element of the new world sexual order being built.
And this in turn laid the foundation for a total breakdown of public relations. The fact is that, although the concept of “sexual orientation” is considered a cover for homosexuality, it is not specified in any of the international documents, nor in any national legislation, so that the status of a norm can be given any sexual orientation. That is, any sexual act, even considered today as criminal, but committed by “voluntary consent”, can become legalized. This applies to polygamy, and to polyandry (polyandry), to sexual multi-partnership, to bisexuality, and to incest, and, finally, to pedophilia and bestiality (and pedophilia will be admitted rather than bestiality, due to the unity of environmentalists) . Everything now depends on the degree of "advanced" tops of society.
Rehabilitation of homosexuality led to the further consolidation of perverts. Not content with legalization, homosexuals and other representatives of the LGBT community demanded for themselves special status and special rights that would allow them to openly promote and impose their world view and their lifestyle. Introducing the concept of “sexual minorities”, which is now used in legal documents, they began to advocate not only the inclusion of direct mention of them in anti-discrimination laws, but also the adoption of separate laws on “sexual minorities” and even the direct mention of “sexual orientation and gender identity "in the articles of the constitutions of states.
Having formed an influential lobby in international organizations, the LGBT community has achieved the inclusion of the International Gay and Lesbian Association in 1993 among the organizations accredited to the UN. In the same year, the Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) began to define homosexuals as a “special social group” in its documents, and in 1995, the UN made a violation of the rights of sexual minorities in the list of violations of basic human rights.
The European Union has become the most consistent and uncompromising advocate for the rights of perverts. In 1997, a new Amsterdam Treaty was amended, giving the European Union a legal basis for combating discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation. The ban on such discrimination was enshrined in 2000 and in the Charter of Fundamental Rights of Citizens of the European Union. In the 2006, the European Parliament adopted a resolution on "Homophobia in Europe", which perverts rejection characterized as "an irrational fear of and aversion to homosexuality, lesbians and gays, bisexuals and transgender people based on prejudice similar to racism, xenophobia, anti-Semitism and sexism." And among the forms in which homophobia can manifest, are listed not only persecution and murder, but hateful speech, ridicule and insult with a word. So much so that some experts propose classifying homophobia as an “intolerable personality disorder” along with racism, and in the near future may be placed in a psychiatric hospital for this.
But the main attention sodomites focused on the promotion of same-sex "marriages" (unions), in the bosom of which they could educate their own kind. This line is fiercely defended by the European Union and the Council of Europe, which are pursuing a tough political course in this area based on a wide range of legal instruments. Over the past 20 years, the European Parliament has adopted a series of resolutions demanding that the relationship between homosexuals be recognized as legitimate and that they be allowed to adopt and raise children. The Council of Europe's European Court of Human Rights, which affirmed the right to non-discrimination in the field of sexual orientation, was particularly heeded, according to which a particularly serious reason is needed to justify the difference in attitude towards same-sex and non-same-sex couples. The European Court did not leave any possibility of assessing this for the state.
With such support, the LGBT community began to promote same-sex unions, first in the form of “registered partnerships”, which are now recognized in 20 countries, and then in the form of “marriages” that exist today in 15 countries and some states USA and Mexico. Now such bills are under consideration in Luxembourg, Nepal and Paraguay.
In different countries, this policy is adopted unequally. If in some the public is already zombified to such an extent that immunity is lost, in others it causes bitter resistance. An example of the first is Switzerland, where the law “On registered partnership”, like most other federal laws, entered into force at the will of the people as a result of a referendum: 5 June 2005 g. 58% of Swiss citizens recognized the right of homosexual couples to registered joint life (1) . An example of the second was France, where the heat of struggle is gaining momentum.
Not so dramatic, but the discussion of this issue in the British Parliament was also very acute. According to Nigel Faraj, a member of the European Parliament from the Party of Independence of the United Kingdom, in reality everything was decided not by the British Parliament, but by the European Court of Human Rights. Prime Minister David Cameron imposed this bill against the will of his party and the will of the people — on the instructions from Strasbourg. Therefore, by the way, in France and in England bills were discussed simultaneously.
Nigel Faraj also revealed the deeper intentions of the European Union related to the implementation of the so-called Stockholm program, which envisages the unification of European countries' rights during 2010-2014. (N.Faraj suggests that the program should be approved in November of this year). In accordance with the “Stockholm Program”, any civil pact or marriage entered into in one of the EU countries will be recognized as legal in other member states. That is, if a couple of homosexuals does not have the right to arrange a “marriage” in their homeland, they can do it in another EU state, and in their homeland they will be obliged to treat this “marriage” as legal (2).
What is happening today in “advanced” Europe is being proposed as a model for all of humanity. With the onset of the global crisis of 2008 and the open proclamation by the global elite of the need for a “new world order,” the policy of asserting sodomite rights has shifted to a new level. Firstly, it acquires a global scale, and secondly, the protection of the rights of sodomites takes the form of aggressive suppression and suppression of traditional family and social values under the guise of combating homophobia.
In 2008 for the first time in stories At the 63 session of the General Assembly, the United Nations, at the initiative of France, the Netherlands and several other states, adopted the Declaration of Human Rights in the Field of Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity, which was supported by a third of countries: 68 countries have signed it today. The result was a widespread increase in the protection of “rights” of sodomites, manifested in the adoption of new laws punishing crimes of homophobia, recognizing same-sex relationships and making it easier for transgender people to receive official documents indicating their preferred sex. Corresponding training programs have already been developed for police officers, prisons, teachers, social workers and other personnel, and many schools have implemented relevant initiatives in this direction.
15 June 2011. The UN Human Rights Council adopted resolution 17 / 19, which affirmed equality between people regardless of their sexual orientation or their gender identity. The text proposed by South Africa, supported by 39 countries and signed by 86, confirmed the “universality of human rights”. This was followed by the first official UN report on discriminatory practices against sexual minorities (3), prepared by the Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights (OHCHR) and brought to discussion by experts in the Council in March 2012. This was the first discussion in a UN body on a similar topic.
In February-March, 2013 held relevant conferences on human rights, sexual orientation and gender identity in Brazil (America), Nepal (Asia) and France (Europe) (4) to develop a common strategy to combat homophobia and coordinate the efforts of states from three continents. . And 15-16 of April at the international conference in Oslo, which brought together 200 representatives from 86 countries of the world, summed up the work and considered further steps to strengthen the position of the LGBT community (5).
The Sodom mafia, like a cancer, destroys the healthy cells of the social organism and leads to its death. They do not enter into dialogue with a cancer disease, and all the more do not seek a compromise. The near future will require a clear and clear moral position, appropriate legal tools and - without any exaggeration - new political forms of struggle, without which resisting the aggression of the self-proclaimed “sexual majority” is impossible.
(3) http://www.franceonu.org/la-france-al-onu/dossiers-thematiques/droits-de-l-homme-etat-de-droit/orientation-sexuelle-et-identite/la-france -al-onu / dossiers-thematiques / droits-de-l-homme-etat-de-droit / orientation-sexuelle-et-identite / article / orientation-sexuelle-et-identite
(4) http://www.diplomatie.gouv.fr/fr/politique-etrangere-de-la-france/droits-de-l-homme/actualites-et-evenements-sur-le/actualites-2013-sur -le-theme-des / article / conference-sur-les-droits-des
Olga Chetverikova Academy of Geopolitical Problems