LGBT activists with New Zealand’s Support Defeat African Nations in Major Victory at UN
Right to Life is disappointed that the UN General Assembly Human Rights Committee on 21 November decided by a vote of 94 to 3 with 80 abstentions to approve a controversial new UN independent expert on LGBTQ issues. The main objective was to appoint a global LGBT “Czar” who will investigate alleged rights violations by governments and individuals against LGBT people and to enforce special new rights based on the sexual preference and behaviour of individuals who identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender.
This proposal was vigorously opposed in the UN 47 member Human Rights Council and the General Assembly by African nations who rejected developed nations including New Zealand, imposing the international LGBTQ agenda on them. It is believed that under the guise of addressing discrimination and violence against homosexuals, the objective is to impose the gender identity programme. Who has given our government authority to impose this destructive and intrinsically evil programme on unwilling nations?
The new gender theory claims that the biological sex of individuals as man or woman is irrelevant to their identity but represents a “dictatorship of Nature” against their own self-definition, a dictatorship from which they must be freed. A person’s identity is instead determined by his sexual orientation and is therefore flexible, changeable and diverse. Pope Francis condemns this programme and calls this, “a war on marriage.”
If the government is really concerned about discrimination and violence why is it not as a member of the Security Council lobbying the UN to recognize the rape and murder of Christians in Syria and Iraqi as genocide?
Why to is it not allowing Christian refugees from the Middle East to come to New Zealand?
Right to Life is totally opposed to the gender identity programme which poses a significant threat to the family and to the continued existence of the human race. We totally oppose the New Zealand government’s representative’s voting on this issue and question what mandate is there for NZ to have supported this oppressive move?
Woe to those who call evil good and good evil.
Right to Life.