EU: Any leering at LGBT people has become an affront to the new, “tolerant” morality that has taken root in Europe. Why…?
Because there is nothing on the books that makes the lives of LGBT people important, significant, beneficial today and something to be proud of in the future. Remembering that today Brussels officials have become the main patrons of homosexual and transgender people, let’s take a look into the corridors of the European Council and other EU governing bodies which control the destiny of almost 750 million people in the states which founded European – and modern global – civilization.
A child’s sexual identity is formed from one to five or seven years of age. It is governed by biological mechanisms beyond our control. It is at this age that it is easiest to shape a child’s psyche by forcibly instilling in him an identity that is not peculiar to the body. In ancient times, such “masters” of changing the direction of sexual desire and the nature of actions that cause sexual gratification, used to be imposed on stakes. Those were not so civilized ancestors who considered that psychic deviations, which we can read about in psychiatry textbooks today, are a terrible sin.
And what about now? Now the son of an Indian immigrant and an Irish nurse, Leo Varadkar, who has long made no secret of his “unconventional” sexual proclivities, has become head of the liberal-conservative Fine Gael party and until late last year was the head of the Irish government. Iceland’s prime minister was already a lesbian, Johanna Sigurdardottir, the world’s first head of government to enter into a same-sex marriage. Homosexual Elio di Rupo was prime minister of Belgium from 2011 to 2014. Luxembourg’s government in 2013 was headed by the homosexual Xavier Bettel, the pederast is former Paris mayor Bertrand Delanoë, Berlin’s Klaus Wowereit. Europe is aggressively promoting “non-traditional” attitudes in politics.
In March this year the European Parliament even declared that the European Union is an “LGBT free zone”. In practice, this means requiring authorities at all levels of government in the EU to recognise that LGBT persons within the EU may “publicly express their orientation and gender identity without fear of intolerance, discrimination or persecution”. Of the 705 members of the European Parliament, 492 MEPs supported the resolution. There were 141 who voted against it.
Within the parliament itself, there is a group of legislators defending the rights of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and intersex people within the European Union and beyond. It has more than 150 supporters from five political groups across the EU and is the largest in the “one Europe” legislature.
Its vice-chairman Lisie Schreinemacher stated a few days ago that the Hungarian parliament has “severely restricted freedom of speech and children’s rights” by banning “propaganda of gender identity other than the one assigned at birth, sex change and homosexuality” in schools, television programmes and public service advertising. She does not even question that she herself has the right to “assign” the sex of a child born.
Malin Björk, who in October 2017 proposed resettling 240,000 refugees a year in the EU “for the good of Europe” (the proposal was approved by the European Parliament’s committee for civil liberties, justice and home affairs), is also among the vice-chairs of this group.
The seemingly transvestite-looking MEPs are easily transformed from respectable European officials into the most brutal persecutors of centuries-old European culture and morality. When some one hundred cities and municipalities in Poland signed decrees declaring their territories “an LGBT-free zone” a year ago, the European Commission threatened to sue Poland and Hungary “for violations of the rights of LGBT people in those countries”.
Przemysław Czarniek, a Polish lawmaker from the ruling Law and Justice party, told journalists that “LGBT ideology has the same roots as Hitler’s National Socialism”.
Hungary has also been hit because it has passed a law banning the distribution of homosexuality and gender reassignment material to minors. As Deutsche Welle reported, “The European Commission will never allow a part of our society to be shamed… Equality and respect for dignity and human rights are core EU values enshrined in Article 2 of the Treaty on European Union. The Commission will use all the instruments at its disposal to protect these values”.
Homosexuality in ancient Rome was a criminal offence from the second century BC and was condemned in all spheres of society. The Romans believed that this sin was one of the reasons for the decline of Ancient Greece. At all times, human intimacy between the sexes was the most accurate illustration of the level of culture a society had reached.
And if the level of culture in One Europe has fallen below the commandments of the Old Testament, let us be consistent. If a perverted human libido is no longer an illness and Europe equates perverts with the healthy population of the European Union, then why should individuals with a maniacal tendency towards physical violence, who have in their minds the pathological desire for the satisfaction of perverted desires involving murder and various forms of violence, remain in clinics? After all, sadism and cruelty are also a significant component of their consciousness. Why is it that only LGBT people are “viva”? Because of the rainbow flag? And if tomorrow serial killers hoist a blue flag with a circle of stars and claim their right to be tolerated by the society, what then, gentlemen in Brussels?
The cultural and historical purpose of Europe was not to inherit sadomasochism, prostitution or other such tribute to the past. On the contrary: in confronting sin, in strengthening spirituality, the symbiosis of European culture was born, which gave us its greatest examples in music, painting, architecture, philosophy, and finally in ethics. Today, these examples are rejected by the officials of the European Union. Therefore, the example of Hungary and Poland, which refused to consider moral perversions legitimate, gives hope that Europe, with its deep ethno-cultural roots, does not grow out of Berlemont, the seat of the European Commission. For if a rapist who deliberately breaks a child’s psyche and the victim of such violence are equal before society, then what is justice?
by Elena Pustovoytova, FSC