EU-Parliament to vote on a Roadmap for special LGBT rights: #LunacekNO
Shortly after the Estrela Report was defeated, European Parliament leftists went straight to work with their next initiative, the “Lunacek Report.” With your help, as we did with the Estrela Report, we can defeat this too.
On 4 February, the European Parliament will vote on the Lunacek Report, officially known as “EU Roadmap against homophobia and discrimination on grounds of sexual orientation and gender identity” (2013/2183).
Adopted by the European Parliament Committee for Civil Liberties (LIBE), the Lunacek Report represents an astonishingly shameless attempt by LGBT activists to twist what is meant by fundamental human rights. However, the opinion of the LIBE committee does not reflect the opinion of all Members sitting in Chamber.
The Lunacek Report forces the "Yogyakarta Principles" into the EU’s legal order. In the Yogyakarta Principles, LGBT activists falsely say that “special gay rights are covered by universal human rights” and all 120 special rights for the gay community must be imposed in order to fulfill internationally recognized human rights requirements. The Lunacek Report pushes a radical re-interpretation and manipulation of human rights. A full commentary
MEP Ulrike Lunacek, the rapporteur is a left-wing feminist and LGBT activist, Member of the European Parliament (Austria - Green party), and co-chair of the intergroup on LGBT Rights. In 2013, Lunacek co-sponsored an amendment seeking to legitimize paedophilia by advocating the need of “taboo-free and interactive sex education” for toddlers.
What is the reference to EU Roadmap? The references made to the existing EU Roadmap are heavily misleading. The current EU Roadmap exists only to protect the rights of people with disabilities. But the LGBT lobby is perverting the original intent of the Roadmap by NOT using it to establish equal treatment, but rather, to award special privileges! It is baffling to see the LGBT streamline their agenda at the expense of people with disabilities.
What is the content of the Roadmap resolution? The intention of their Roadmap resolution is the “institutional queering of human rights.” If adopted, the EU institutions and the Member States must engage in a holistic homosexual mainstreaming of all public policy domains, including not only the basic national competencies of public health and education, but also employment, asylum, and external relations. The Lunacek Report includes an EU-wide veto mechanism that favors the LGBT community, meaning: no future EU legislation might contradict the interests of gay and lesbian activists. The Roadmap can be politically misused to force Member States to allow “same sex marriage for all” because it interferes with issues of citizenship, families, and freedom of movement. Same sex couples in all Member States will have access to full adoption, in vitro fertilization, and surrogacy. The EU Roadmap will guarantee freedom of assembly and expression for gay activists and fight hate speech and hate crime to silence critics of homosexuality and LGBT activism. In doing so, the European Parliament wants the EU and its Member States to apply double standards: unrestricted freedom of speech for the gay community, but restricted freedom of speech for possible critics. No provision is made to protect the rights of parents to educate their children and to protect children from homosexual propaganda, or the right to conscientious objection.
The Lunacek Report appears to have the purpose of pressuring Member States to provide legal recognition of same-sex “marriages”. This is done in an insidious and hidden way, e.g. by requesting the automatic recognition of, and giving effect to, all civil status documents. In practice, this would mean that Member States where same-sex “marriages” are not recognized by the law of the land would be mandated by the EU law to recognize a same-sex “marriage” that took place in another Member State.
The Lunacek Report also urges the EU to exert political influence within the World Health Organization (WHO) to the extent that homosexuality be removed from the list of mental and behavioral disorders. This represents an astonishing attempt of interference to the freedom of science and scientific research by a political institution.
Hate crimes are committed by gay activists themselves: Throughout the EU, there is a well-documented increase of “hate crimes” that are committed by self-styled “homosexual rights activists” against their opponents. With conspicuous frequency, such crimes are perpetrated against the Catholic Church, its buildings, and its representatives: e.g. the recent Christmas disruption at Cologne Cathedral, the desecration of St. Petronius’ Basilica in Bologna, or repeated physical assaults against the Archbishop of Mechlin (Belgium) – all committed by lesbian and gay rights activists. The adoption of a specific “Roadmap” to single them out as a minority group in need of special privileges does not reflect reality.
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