Tuesday, November 19, 2019

What You Don’t Know about Homosexual Activism in Brazil’s Bolsonaro Administration


What You Don’t Know about Homosexual Activism in Brazil’s Bolsonaro Administration

By Julio Severo
In an interview with the Brazilian newspaper Gazeta do Povo, a homosexual activist has revealed that while the administration of the Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro is seen as a staunch opponent of the gay agenda, it is behind the scenes advancing that agenda.
Marina Reidel, who was born biologically as a man, but today identifies himself as a “woman,” is not just any homosexual activist. He, who now forces everyone to treat him as “she” — under threat of using the arm of law and government, as he has received government assistance to “erase” his male identity record and forge a “female” identity —, holds an important post in the Bolsonaro administration.
Reidel leads the Directorship for the Promotion of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transvestite and Transgender Rights, which operates at Minister Damares Alves’ Ministry of Women, Family and Human Rights (MWFHR). In fact, he has led this office since he was sworn in by the former socialist government in 2016.
Although she fights gender ideology and has been criticized for her conservative views, the minister promised when being inaugurated in the MWFHR that, if needed, she would be “on the streets with transvestites, at school doors, with children who are discriminated against for their sexual orientation.”
It is a disconcerting defense to conservative Brazil, which cannot understand how a child can have a sexual identity based on the fictitious term “sexual orientation.” A child is only driven to homosexual behavior by sexual abuse and brainwashing. But instead of addressing the roots of homosexuality in children, does the minister propose to combat forces of social resistance to the homosexualization of children?
Such an attitude is in line with Marina Reidel, who said he wants his performance in the Bolsonaro administration to reach “that gay boy or that lesbian or transgender girl in the Brazil countryside who doesn’t even know he or she has access to a range of public policies.”
Reidel believes that children are born homosexual. And by retaining a gay activist with this vision, who has the full support of a minister who seems to have the same vision, the Bolsonaro administration shoots itself in the foot and the foot of millions of conservative voters.
Children are vulnerable to negative transformations due to trends, fads and abuse. They are curious by nature and can change under strange influences if there are no necessary protections from parents and other guardians.
Reidel, who used to be a male teacher, says that when he became a “female” teacher, the true female teachers made disapproving glances while students were curious, because they did not understand the implications of this. Reidel says of the intense curiosity of the students: “For many days, I couldn’t teach, I spent the whole period answering their questions. They wanted to know everything.”
In the homosexualist view, female teachers’ disapproving behavior fits in with “bullying.” Attempting to prevent students from being exposed to bad influence also fits in with “bullying.” And what if a confused student started to be interested in the male teacher’s change into “female” teacher and his mother and father disagreed? “Bullying.”
In his activism, Reidel has a special focus on children. The conservative public might say that this activist’s presence and his activism make the Bolsonaro administration look just like the former socialist administration in Brazil. In fact, Reidel has been on the same Directorship for the Promotion of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transvestite and Transgender Rights since 2016. What the Bolsonaro administration has done is not to terminate this office or the post of Reidel, who continues to do today the same things that he was already doing in the socialist administration.
Reidel said,
“Interestingly, we were already from another administration, but the whole board was maintained, and the proposals we were producing were also maintained. There was also respect from the minister, from the people who came here, to understand what we were doing, to accept and continue. At no time they said ‘we don’t want that.’ There was a respect for our technical production and all the work done so far.”
Gay activist Reidel himself confessed that the entire gay agenda that was being promoted by the former socialist administration continues to be promoted under the Bolsonaro administration. There was no change. There was no stopping. The difference is that while every homosexualist campaign in the socialist administration was carried out with fanfare, in the Bolsonaro administration everything is done without fanfare.
For loathing the right, the left makes many accusations against the Bolsonaro administration. Obviously, the left is not accusing the Bolsonaro administration of promoting the gay agenda. Rather, it is using the lack of fanfare to accuse the Bolsonaro administration of “homophobic.”
Is a right that promotes without fanfare the same gay agenda that the left promotes with fanfare compatible with Christian values?
Reidel added that his Bolsonaro administration office is receiving assistance from notorious homosexualist globalists around the world. He said: “We have also created a working group with people from the ministry and guests from other institutions such as the UN, the Public Prosecutor’s Office, the European Union.”
“We have a project to improve the handling of complaints in this area by dialing the reporting hotline 100,” Reidel added, referring to the special telephone number for anonymous reporting of “bullying” and “homophobia.”
Reidel revealed in the interview that one of his office’s main goals is to partner with churches, enlisting them to combat “bullying” and “homophobia” against homosexuals. He said,
“We are thinking about some issues that are important in the fight against violence and one of them is working on what we call ‘human rights bilateral dialogues’ where one of the themes is ‘Christians and LGBTs.’ Because we want to create a dialogue with churches over the dilemmas of violence and tolerance.”
Conservative Christians and I can be persecuted by anti-prejudice laws for calling Reidel “he,” because the Brazilian law favoring gay activism treats them the way they want, while we can’t treat them the way they were born biologically. Our “not accepting” of their attitude of not accepting their biological reality is considered “bullying” and “homophobia.”
Transvestites engage in prostitution, violence and drug trafficking. The church can and should receive them so that they may have an opportunity for salvation and transformation. But the church being required by law to receive and treat them according to their fantasies of sin and depravity would be government committing violence and rape. The same is true of private companies — including Christian schools — which should not be required by law to hire individuals whom their owners interpret as a bad influence on the workplace.
This madness will not stop there. If a child gets confused by men disguised as “women,” will the government treat as “bullying” parents’ efforts to keep the child away from these men and their influence?
If a theological college accepts the enrollment of a “woman” and then finds out that “she” is he, will the college be prosecuted for “bullying” and “homophobia” if it later rejects his enrollment?
The government-backed disfigurement of sexual identity goes against the laws of nature and the laws of God.
The Huff Post Brazil website said in 2018:
“On April 6, 2018, Marina Reidel took in her hands the symbol of an achievement: a new birth certificate, which reads ‘gender: female.’ The right to have the name and gender changed in the document, obtained by court order, it is just one of many achievements of this teacher who shared her transsexuality in the classroom, before the curious eyes of students and recriminating eyes of colleagues.”
The Huff Post Brazil, which is one of Brazil’s largest leftist websites, honored gay activist Marina Reidel as “woman” in 2018. By accepting this activist as a tax-paid official, the Bolsonaro administration also recognizes him as “woman,” eventually condemning those who “reproach” this identity aberration and strengthening the profiteers of child curiosity.
It is curiosity that makes a child ask, ask and ask. If curiosity is answered responsibly and with solid values, the result will be psychologically healthy for the child. But if no one can help the child by intervening so that the homosexuality of a male teacher who sees himself as a “female” teacher may not affect the child, for fear that his help will be legally attacked as “bullying” and “homophobia,” we are already living in a social climate of dictatorship, where a minority — individuals who practice homosexuality make up less than 2 percent of the population and many are in the prison population — dictates to the majority.
The child’s curiosity may result in the homosexual seizing the opportunity for homosexual grooming and indoctrination, while teachers and parents who try to prevent grooming, indoctrination and recruitment are relentlessly accused of “bigots” and sources of “bullying” and “homophobia.” The clear message from the leftist media and the government is that curiosity must be free to move forward — only in the direction wished by gay activism.
If it was already a nightmare to see the former socialist administration in Brazil promoting the gay agenda, the biggest nightmare is to see the Bolsonaro administration, elected to reverse the socialist nightmare, continuing what socialists were already doing.
While many may blame the minister exclusively for what is happening, the truth is that in a story on the homosexual website Observatory G, the minister herself acknowledged that the order for this gay breakthrough came from Bolsonaro himself. She said,
“We recognize violence against the community and we have to face it. And President Bolsonaro gave orders to this minister for us to confront violence against the LGBT community. It exists and should be addressed. But this administration comes with a proposal to confront all segments and our ministry has a specific board of directors dedicated to the LGBT community. We are going to make this confrontation with a lot of courage. Without fear.”
“To confront violence against the LGBT community” is the flagship of homosexual strategies to advance their agenda. It is the supreme gay Trojan horse. This is the default method of the left to advance its agenda.
In Brazil, there are over 60,000 murders a year and, according to homosexual groups, only 400 homosexuals are murdered a year, often in situations involving dangerous scenarios such as prostitution and drugs. But 400 is less than 1 percent of 60,000. Only socialists have the peculiar concern of prioritizing a minority to the detriment of the majority. So why has Bolsonaro embraced this kind of concern?
The attitude of maintaining a militant homosexual of gender ideology in the Bolsonaro administration goes against Bolsonaro himself, who said in the March for Jesus in Brasilia in 2018:
“There is no such thing as gender ideology. This is devil thing. We do not discriminate against anyone. We have no prejudice. Laws exist to defend majorities. Minorities that do no harm to anyone will be happy.”
He said this before crowds of evangelical pastors.
Isn’t it contradictory to see gender ideology as a devil thing and to keep a homosexual activist who focuses on that ideology and children in government?
Why does Bolsonaro keep in his administration a gay activist actively involved in the devil thing?
Also, why does the Bolsonaro administration want dialogue and partnership with churches to advance this devil thing? It is true that some churches followed the follies of the former socialist administration. Will there now be repetition of the error with churches following the follies of the Bolsonaro administration?
It is unfortunate that the Bolsonaro administration, which is seen as a conservative administration, is behind the scenes acting against conservatism.
Damares Alves’s mission, as a Pentecostal minister or simply an evangelical in government office, is to represent the evangelical church as a transforming force in government, not a government representative to transform churches according to government plans.
The Bible teaches that “cursed is the man who trusts in man.” The curse increases when people trust the collective man — the government — whether left-wing or right-wing.
Alves, as a Pentecostal minister, should oppose the Bolsonaro administration’s efforts to continue the homosexualist policies of the former socialist administration. Her lack of resistance opens opportunities for enemies to accuse. There is a campaign on WhatsApp and the internet in general against the minister for alleged “socialist collusion.” This campaign refuses to see that “capitulation to socialism” is not an isolated problem, but broad problem in the Bolsonaro administration, which visited China in the 70th celebration of the communist revolution that killed millions of Chinese. In fact, Bolsonaro called China a “capitalist country.” Following this reasoning, who will be surprised if Bolsonaro says gay rights are human rights sooner or later?
“Woe to the world because of offenses! For offenses must come, but woe to that man by whom the offense comes! If your hand or foot causes you to sin, cut it off and cast it from you. It is better for you to enter into life lame or maimed, rather than having two hands or two feet, to be cast into the everlasting fire. And if your eye causes you to sin, pluck it out and cast it from you. It is better for you to enter into life with one eye, rather than having two eyes, to be cast into hell fire.” (Matthew 18:7-9 NKJV)
If I were in the place of the minister, I would oppose homosexual efforts to promote, entice, indoctrinate, and recruit through the Bolsonaro government, or I would resign to dedicate myself solely to proclaim the Gospel of the Kingdom of God.
With information from Gazeta do Povo and Huff Post Brasil.
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