Profamily defense stops OAS LGBTI resolution

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Luis Almagro, OAS Secretary General.

BELIZE JOURNAL PT.1 on profamily defense. The Organization of American States (OAS), representing the entire western hemisphere, met in Cancun June 19-21 for its annual General Assembly. On the final day pro-LGBTI advocates pushed hard to add further special LGBTI rights to OAS’ annual “human rights” resolution. They promoted “individuals with intersex traits” as a new privileged category. They pressed for condemnation of “homophobia and transphobia” but did not define those terms, opening the door for persecution of profamily proponents.

Thank God, for the first time since 2008 at OAS, profamily nations refused to yield to the LGBTI pressure. Paraguay, Jamaica, Guatemala, Suriname, Saint Lucia, Trinidad and Tobago, and Barbados expressed strong objections to the resolutions. CitizenGO, a global organization working for religious freedom and profamily defense, presented a petition against the resolution with 67,000 signatures. And 700+ legislators from numerous Latin American nations signed a declaration affirming their sovereign rights to resist the LGBTI agenda.

In Belize, the National Evangelical Association of Belize issued a press release on the OAS resolutions: “The international manipulation to have ‘human wrongs’ legitimized as ‘human rights’ continues to push upon our shores. That manipulation met with stiff resistance at the OAS General Assembly in Cancun this week…We urge our nation that ‘If God be for us, who can be against us!‘ We support true human rights for all humans, coupled with religious freedoms, education freedoms, and family protections guaranteed in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.”

Our human rights to freedom of expression, association and religion would likely suffer from the condemnation of “homophobia and transphobia”. It could lead to this agenda:

  • Targeting the preaching of what the Bible says about homosexuality.
  • Legalizing same-sex marriage and adoption.
  • Punishing those who refuse to cater to same-sex weddings.
  • Imposing “gay pride marches” on towns and cities.
  • Requiring that churches hire LGBTIs, even as pastors.
  • Mandating the teaching of pro-LGBTI curricula, even in church schools.
  • Forbidding ministry to homosexuals who want their heterosexual desires restored.

Already advocates are pushing for the inclusion of LGBTI judges on the Americas’ human-rights courts. Certainly such judges would favor the above agenda. This would result in the persecution of people engaged in religious and profamily defense activities.

That is why we should promote the above-mentioned “Declaration on the Independence and Self-Determination” signed by 700+ Latin American legislators. It gives compelling reasons to preserve their sovereignty against the LGBTI agenda…

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DailyInsight. If free governments don’t enforce laws protecting the rights of the free, they will be overcome by lawless tyrants who will enforce tyrannical laws (see 1 Kings 21).

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