Tuesday, July 28, 2020

U.S. foreign policy at the service of homosexual imperialism: U.S. ambassador to Brazil meets gay activists


U.S. foreign policy at the service of homosexual imperialism: U.S. ambassador to Brazil meets gay activists

By Julio Severo
When she was Secretary of State, Hillary Clinton said that human rights are universal and gay rights are human rights and human rights are gay rights, meaning that if men and women can marry and adopt children, homosexuals have the same right.
With the end of Barack Hussein Obama’s left-wing administration, I and all conservative Christians thought that homosexual imperialism in U.S. foreign policy would end. I was wrong.
On July 28, 2020, Todd Chapman, U.S. ambassador to Brazil, said on Twitter:
“Human rights are universal. I talked today with representatives of the LGBTI community in Brazil about the challenges they face. It is important to promote human dignity and inalienable rights for everyone.”
In response, I said:
Mr. Ambassador, gay groups in Brazil have had too many rights and privileges for years. From the past socialist administrations, they received millions in funds, even to make school gay materials to indoctrinate children.
The language of “dignity” and “human rights” is used a lot by Brazilian socialists and was used a lot by Obama and Hillary Clinton to advance the gay agenda, and now do you, as an evangelical, do the same thing?
Lula, Brazil’s former socialist president, placed Brazil as the first nation in the world to introduce a proposal in the United Nations classifying homosexuality as an inalienable human right in 2004.
I led the Brazilian opposition to this, and U.S. evangelicals, including Focus on the Family, helped me in the opposition. Since Brazil does not advocate the execution of homosexuals, why do you want to support these groups that work against Christian values and families?
What is your real interest? I would understand if you went to Saudi Arabia to defend homosexuals, who are executed under Saudi Islamic laws. But defending gay groups in Brazil, where these groups have been persecuting Christians for years? What’s your interest?
In Brazil, Luiz Inácio “Lula” da Silva ruled as a socialist president from 2003 to 2009. I spent every year of his administration hearing from him that gay rights were human rights. Lula was committed to this cause in Brazil and at the United Nations. There was even an alliance between Brazil’s socialist government and the Obama administration to advance homosexual causes at the United Nations.
Then, with the Obama administration (2009-2016), I spent years hearing, especially from Hillary, that human rights are gay rights.
Now, I see U.S. embassies under Trump campaigning for homosexuality all over the world.
In 2019 the Brazilian Supreme Court criminalized “homophobia,” at the request of a homosexual organization that years ago demanded actions from the Lula administration against me. “Homophobia” includes criticisms of homosexual depravities in its definition.
Gays in Brazil can get married. They can adopt children. But instead of defending the human rights of children who are condemned to adoption by homosexuals, the U.S. ambassador has sided with Brazilian homosexualists who are full of rights and privileges and want much more.
I would perfectly understand homosexual propaganda in U.S. embassies under the Obama administration, who was a leftist committed to destroying the family. But why is the Trump administration continuing Obama’s homosexualist legacy?
In June 2020, Ambassador Todd celebrated Gay “Pride” Day in Brazil, as if homosexuality was a source of pride.
In fact, in partnership with the United Nations and European nations, the U.S. Embassy in Brazil celebrated the Gay “Pride” Month.
As a nation with a strong evangelical and conservative history, the United States had strong laws against sodomy (homosexuality). These laws were overturned in the 1990s not by conservatives, but by leftists.
Therefore, I do not understand how Mr. Todd, who is evangelical and in the service of the Trump administration, which is allegedly against Marxism, is acting in the service of homosexual interests advanced by a left committed to destroying Christian values.
There is the human rights factor in the homosexual issue, and the focus of this factor is: Where are the human rights of the hundreds of thousands of boys who are victims of propaganda, psychological and even physical abuse by homosexual predators?
Why doesn’t the Trump administration strive to ban homosexual propaganda to children?
The school gay material was a didactic material to indoctrinate Brazilian children. This material received millions in funds from the former socialist administration in Brazil.
Brazilian evangelicals fought hard to stop this material.
Gay activists in Brazil have so many rights and privileges that their target now is children.
Why doesn’t the U.S. ambassador to Brazil visit boys abused by homosexual predators to see the other side of the homosexual drama?
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