Thursday, May 10, 2012

Leading the world by evil example: Obama and gay “marriage”


Leading the world by evil example: Obama and gay “marriage”

By Julio Severo
President Barack Obama’s announcement May 9 that he supports gay marriage boosted the hopes of gay supremacist groups around the world that other leaders will follow his example.
“This is incredibly important, it’s excellent news. The United States is a global leader on everything, and that includes gay rights,” said Julio Moreira, president of the Rio de Janeiro-based Arco-Iris gay supremacist group. “This will force other nations like Brazil to move forward with more progressive policies.”
Follow his example?
Last December the Obama administration directed U.S. agencies working abroad, including the State Department and the U.S. Agency for International Development, to use foreign aid to assist homosexual militants. The picture is gloomy: the developing world is under an aggressive US pressure to decriminalize homosexual acts. African nations refusing to comply are denied vital aid.
The Obama support for gay “marriage” came in a long trail of legal and political favors granted by his administration to gays. Even though he used words of Jesus and the Bible to justify his newest gay stance (from his old stance as a leftist senator defending gay “marriage”), Obama was unable to avoid widespread criticism, especially from Catholic and Pentecostal leaders, who believe that God created Adam and Eve. They do not believe that God created sex for two Adams or two Eves, who, by the way, were never created by God.
Political leaders and others opposed to gay “marriage” criticized Obama’s evil example. In particular, Pentecostal and Catholic politicians have spoken out strongly against gay “marriage” in Latin America.
His recent stance has been massively picked, praised and advanced by the world liberal media, pushing his evil example on the nations.
From now on, will nations, embattled by homosexualist attacks, get support (or US aid) to defend the natural family?
Even without his evil example, nations have been under huge pressure from leftist forces to embrace the gay agenda.
Brazil’s Supreme Court approved civil unions last year, striking down an article in the Brazilian Constitution that explicitly reserved marriage and civil unions only to a man and a woman. Liberal justices, appointed by leftist Brazilian presidents, put their ideology and gay supremacism over the Constitution. Their judicial activism has effectively opened the door for gay “marriage” in Brazil.
Nevertheless, Catholic and evangelical politicians continue to block the approval of any legislation in Brazilian Congress enshrining gay “marriage”.
Now, the world and Brazil embattled by homosexualist attacks have bigger leftist forces to face, because whatever happens in America, the rest of the world follows, willingly or not.
This article is largely based in a report from the Associated Press.

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