STOP THE U.N. ENFORCER OF THE HOMOSEXUAL AGENDA
Update, November 11, 2016: We are receiving feedback that our petition is working, but we need more signatures as the vote is imminent. Finally, positive news out of the United Nations. The African countries are coming together to reject HRC Resolution 32/2 proposed to the General Assembly of the United Nations. This resolution is the worst international threat to the family in the history of the United Nations and leaders of foreign nations are learning about it from our petition. Because of the positive feedback that we’ve received thus far, we are increasing the number of nations who will receive the petition. Please help us meet our goal of 100,000 signature by the close of next week. We will be sending this petition to over 104 member states. Please sign and share this petition with friends and family immediately.
We are facing the worst international threat to the family and to the health and morals of our children in the history of the United Nations—one that will affect our nations directly, and which requires immediate action.
A UN office of ombudsman for the homosexual agenda was created in June. It has already been filled by a radical homosexual rights activist.
He will carry out intrusive inquests and investigations. He will lie about the obligations of states under international law. He will pressure them to abandon laws that protect the family and our children. He will demand that countries instead promote sexual autonomy, homosexuality and transexualism, all under the pretext of promoting human rights.
Failure to comply with the directives of the LGBT ombudsman will result in international pressure, scorn and derision, even threats to withdraw essential aid. More background and analysis can be found in this article and this article.
We have an opportunity to stop the new office of LGBT ombudsman in its tracks during the General Assembly this November.
It has been done before. It is possible and achievable to stop the homosexual agenda at the United Nations. And, it is necessary to protect the family and our children. But we need to unite in opposition now to help make this happen.
Some countries are worried that voicing opposition to the LGBT ombudsman will lead to confrontation with the United States, the European Union, and other wealthy and powerful countries and that there will be negative repercussions for them nationally and personally.
Providentially, African countries who strongly value the family have the opportunity to propose a motion to the General Assembly to repeal the new LGBT office.
All people of faith must stand up now and encourage them to act or else find themselves and the faithful further marginalized by an aggressive and intolerant international LGBT regime.
We need your help to make sure religious leaders, politicians and diplomats suppress this new office and do not avoid their responsibility to protect the family and our children.