Monday, June 10, 2019

Trump administration bans gay flag on embassies’ flagpoles, but it does not reverse Trump’s campaign to make homosexuality legal around the world


Trump administration bans gay flag on embassies’ flagpoles, but it does not reverse Trump’s campaign to make homosexuality legal around the world

By Julio Severo
After the backlash of evangelical leaders condemning the declaration of U.S. President Donald Trump endorsing LGBT Pride Month, his administration decided to defuse the bad repercussion by banning the gay flag on the embassies’ flagpoles.
U.S. Embassy in Nepal celebrating Gay Pride Month
Since the left-wing U.S. President Barack Hussein Obama, the gay flag was flown on flagpoles in the U.S. embassies. Even during the Trump administration, the flagpoles had the gay flags.
By the new directive, diplomats are allowed to display the gay symbols and flag elsewhere, including on embassy walls and inside buildings. The only exclusion is the flagpoles. LifeSiteNews said, “the directive appears to be less about rejecting the homosexual agenda than it is about reserving the official flagpole for the nations being represented.”
Several U.S. embassies are finding other ways to show the gay flag.
“The President’s recognition of [Gay] Pride Month and his tweet encouraging our decriminalization campaign gives me even more pride to once again march in the Berlin [Gay] Pride parade, hang a huge banner on the side of the Embassy recognizing our pride, host multiple events at the Embassy and the residence, and fly the gay pride flag,” U.S. Ambassador to Germany Richard Grenell, a homosexual “conservative” married to another homosexual, said. A spokesman for the U.S. Embassy in Germany added, “the pride flag will be on as many places as it can at the Embassy.”
U.S. diplomats at several embassies, including in South Korea and India, have draped LGBT flags over their building facades, while the U.S. ambassador in New Delhi illuminated the building in rainbow lights, and several other ambassadors released photos and videos of staffers themselves demonstrating for homosexual “pride.”
Ambassador Randy Berry, an open homosexual married to another homosexual, tweeted,
“Today, along with the U.S. Mission in Nepal community, I join people around the world in celebrating Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, & Intersex #PrideMonth, and reaffirm the U.S. commitment to defending human rights for all. #Pride2019.”
So Trump’s decision, even though barring the gay flag on flagpoles, does not bars embassies from using their other spaces to celebrate homosexuality.
His decision in no way revokes his declaration endorsing LGBT Pride Month and launching a global campaign to make homosexuality legal around the world.
Trump has a mixed record on LGBT issues. He has defended religious freedom, opposed gender ideology in the military, public schools, and staffed his administration with various pro-family leaders.
On the other hand, Trump has nominated a variety of homosexualist figures to judgeships and other government posts, and continued a number of Obama-era pro-LGBT policies. He also declared after the 2016 election that the Supreme Court’s 2015 Obergefell v. Hodges ruling forcing all fifty states to recognize homosexual “marriage” was “settled law.”
More recently, Trump saw no problem in the open homosexuality of Pete Buttigieg, who is a homosexual married to another homosexual and aspirates to be the first homosexual president of the United States.
This “new” attitude of Trump is barely new. His history reveals a man who always sought to please both sides. For many years he donated to conservative and Christians groups and, at the same time, to homosexualist groups.
Yet, his attempt to please both sides can backfire. In political terms, he gets nothing by compromising to homosexualists. And he can lose everything if he advances his campaign to make homosexuality legal around the world, because his re-election is dependent on evangelicals who do not accept legal sodomy, not on homosexualists who hate him for banning their flag from the embassies’ flagpoles.
Sodomy is reigning so powerfully in the U.S. that even when homosexualists are allowed to put their symbols and flags in all spaces of the U.S. embassies, they will be not happy if they are not given the flagpoles. Christians would rejoice if the U.S. embassies gave to them the freedom to put Christian symbols and flags in all spaces of the U.S. embassies even if not given the flagpoles.
Trump’s decision is not hindering homosexualists from flying their flags on the flagpoles. LGBTQNation run the headline, “Embassies worldwide are defying Trump & flying the Pride flag without permission.”
When left-wing Obama supported the homosexual agenda, he led the world in a very bad example, and he was supported by left-wingers around the world and opposed by conservative Christians.
Now right-wing Trump supports the same agenda and leads the world in the same bad example by launching his campaign to make homosexuality legal around the world. Whether homosexualists and left-wingers will accept or not Trump’s policy of pleasing both sides remains to be seen.
And it remains to be seen also if conservative Christians will oppose or not his effort to make legal what God has clearly condemned.
With information from LifeSiteNews and LBGTQNation.
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