Tuesday, May 23, 2017

U.S. Embassies Under Trump Advance LGBT Agenda


U.S. Embassies Under Trump Advance LGBT Agenda

By Julio Severo
Conservative evangelicals, whose vote gave victory to Donald Trump, had hoped that once he became president the U.S. government would stop using its embassies to promote the homosexual agenda, as happened often under former President Obama.
U.S. Embassy in Macedonia
Yet, last week, when left-wing activists, including Cuba, were celebrating the International Day against Homophobia, Transphobia, and Biphobia (IDAHOT), several U.S. embassies under Trump also celebrated it.
The U.S. Embassy in Macedonia tweeted this:
We’re flying the rainbow flag today to commemorate the International Day Against Homophobia, Transphobia, & Biphobia. #IDAHOT2017
Trump did not issue a formal IDAHOT proclamation, but his State Department held a “Worldwide Celebration of Sexual and Gender Diversities.” In addition to the flying homosexual rainbow flag in U.S. Embassy in Macedonia, U.S. Ambassador to Serbia Kyle Randolph Scott held a Rainbow Award in the U.S. Embassy in Serbia. He said,
“The United States remains committed to advancing the human rights of all human beings: that includes LGBT persons here, and around the world.  That is why the Embassy and I have been proud to support the work of the Gay Straight Alliance… The Rainbow Award serves as an important recognition to an individual or institution that has contributed to the fight against homophobia and transphobia in Serbia… The United States Embassy contributes to the advancement of rights of LGBT people in Serbia in a number of ways. We support a variety of rights organizations, such as the Gay Straight Alliance, and the Parents and Friends of Lesbians and Gays.”
How can a U.S. ambassador blatantly use his embassy to promote the homosexual agenda in other nations, including by rewarding gay individuals and groups, without the authorization from his government?
Openly homosexual U.S. Ambassador to Vietnam Ted Osius took to the State Department’s official blog to honor IDAHOT.
In February, Trump frustrated his base of conservative evangelicals who hoped him to oust Obama’s first-ever special international LGBT “envoy,” Randy Berry, whose mission is to promote acceptance of homosexuality, bisexuality, and transgenderism abroad under the rubric of “human rights” and in the name of the United States government. Instead listening to his conservative constituents, Trump chose to keep Obama’s homosexual envoy.
Yet, many conservatives are not protesting such homosexual imperialism under Trump because his administration is making economic advances (it is the economy, stupid!), even when at a bloody cost.
With information from LifeSiteNews (Peter LaBarbera) and the U.S. Embassy in Serbia.
Portuguese version of this article: Embaixadas americanas sob Trump avançam a agenda LGBT
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