U.S., European Union, Brazil, Argentina, Chile and Israel Pressure Romania to Embrace Homosexual Activism
Homosexual activists complain that Romania does not want to allow homosexual “marriage.” They whine that while the European Union has been making rapid steps to change the definition of family in its laws, Romania is taking steps to protect the traditional family from predatory homosexuality.
In an intrusive attempt to help predatory homosexuality, several embassies expressed in a joint statement solidarity and support for LGBT (lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and intersex) activists of Romania, in the context of the International Day Against Homophobia in May 17.
The statement is signed by the following embassies: Argentina, Australia, Austria, Belgium, Brazil, Canada, Chile, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Ireland, Italy, Israel, Mexico, Netherlands New Zealand, Norway, Portugal, Serbia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, United Kingdom, United States and Uruguay.
Homosexual activism has minimal support in Romania. So other nations have decided to give a helping hand to Romanian homosexual groups. For example, last year’s Romanian Gay Pride drew 2,500 people, including foreign diplomats.
Homosexual activism in Romania is essentially an imported product. The main homosexualist group, MozaiQ, was founded in 2012 by a Romanian who, while studying at State University in California, married a homosexual, and later returned to Romania to demand legal homosexual “marriage.”
Romanians have the lowest rate of approval for this kind of “marriage” in the whole of the European Union.
Romania is also among the last countries in the European Union not to accept any form of civil union between people of the same sex.
What accounts for such staunch pro-family stance is Christianity. With a population of almost 20 million, according to the last census, 87% Romanians declare themselves Orthodox Christians.
Considering that Romanians overwhelmingly reject homosexual “marriage” and other items of the predatory homosexual activism, why are the U.S., European Union, Brazil, Argentina, Chile and Israel helping Romanian homosexual groups to pressure the Romanian government to embrace such activism?
Dr. Peter Costea, a U.S. citizen born and raised in Romania, is asking the right questions about pro-homosexuality foreign pressures on Romania.
He knows what he is talking about: He is an attorney who has worked for 27 years representing an increasing number of individuals victimized by abusive policies of foreign states and governments.
Addressing the Argentinian ambassador through official letter, he said,
You signed, along with ambassadors from a host of countries, a Declaration in support of the pride parade which took place in Bucharest on May 20, 2017. In doing so, you and the Republic of Argentina have offended 25 million Romanians worldwide, primarily in Romania, the Republic of Moldova, Western Europe, and North America. I am one of the persons you offended.
This sort of repugnant international behavior has now become an annual ritual, where clusters of countries from around the world sign declarations accusing, more or less directly, the people of Romania of homophobia and transphobia.
I join Costea in the protest. But it is not only Argentina under Mauricio Macri that is helping homosexual groups in Romania. Brazil, my nation, too. I had hoped that with the defeat of the administration of socialist Dilma Rousseff last year, the new Brazilian administration would stop homosexual activism in its foreign policy. My hope was dashed.
I also hoped that with the new administration under Trump the U.S. government would stop its abusive behavior, under the administration of socialist Obama, of using its embassies to meddle in other nations’ affairs to promote the homosexual activism.
I have always denounced the abusive homosexual activism of my own nation. Even though its pro-sodomy foreign policy is nasty, Brazil’s influence is not so significant, thank God, as the massive influence of the U.S. government is.
In my book “O Movimento Homossexual” (The Homosexual Movement), published originally by the Brazilian branch of Bethany House Publishers in 1998, I denounced the Brazilian homosexual movement, which was dependent on the influence from the U.S. homosexual movement. I exposed the U.S. homosexual reality and I speculated that Brazil would copy the U.S. homosexual trends in laws, schools, media, churches, etc. in a few years. Eventually, Brazil actually copied them.
I denounced especially the Bill Clinton administration and its pro-sodomy policies.
And since 2009 I have worked hard to denounce how the Obama administration was promoting the homosexual activism. I had to denounce, because Obama’s pro-homosexuality policies affected directly Brazil and other nations.
Even though Trump is different from Obama, I am aware that he has no conservative history. But he is a businessman who cares about people utilizing his services. In this case, I hoped that he cared about evangelicals, who were his main voting bloc. Trump needed evangelicals, and they helped him. Now evangelicals need Trump to stop homosexual activism in the U.S. foreign policy.
Trump loves contracts. Because white evangelicals voted massively for him, Trump has a moral “contract” with evangelicals.
And if Trump has a moral “contract” with evangelicals, the U.S. Embassy in Romania should never meddle in Romania’s affairs against the moral and Christian values of its people in support of the homosexual sin or any other sin.
Even though some conservatives could think that the American ambassador in Romania had been appointed by Obama, this is not so. Previous ambassadors, under Obama, were not allowed to continue in their jobs after Trump’s inauguration. Trump fired all of them and chose to fulfill each seat with his own appointments to avoid the continuation of Obama’s policies.
It is not only the U.S. Embassy in Romania that is promoting homosexuality. Several U.S. embassies around the world are promoting it. In fact, even the Trump’s State Department recognized June as LGBTI Pride Month.
The U.S. foreign policy is meddling in other nations’ affairs in support of sodomy (sex between men) and Trump is silent about these nasty actions of his own administration, in spite of the fact that he has been informed about these actions and in spite of the fact that he has all the authority to halt them.
The Bible shows that sodomy destroys societies. Trump has not initiated the sodomization of the U.S. society. But he can work to stop it. He has not initiated the sodomization of other nations through the U.S. foreign policy. But he can stop it.
After all, can a nation with a contract with God since its birth keep a contract with sodomy? Conservative evangelicals, who elected Trump, can help him save America from the ravages of sodomy.
Continuing, Peter Costea said to the Argentinian ambassador (a reprimand which I apply to the Brazilian and American ambassadors too):
First, it is not your role as Ambassador to pass judgment on the feelings citizens of other countries have with respect to various issues… By officially throwing your weight and the weight of your country behind the Declaration, you implicitly condemned those who dare express a different view on a highly moral and controversial issue. Just like you, I have also been trained in diplomacy, and one of the fundamental principles we learned in diplomacy school was to respect the feelings of the citizens of the countries in which diplomats are posted and not to offend them.
The role of an Ambassador is to connect states qua states, and communicate matters of mutual concern between them. It is not to lecture the people of a foreign nation in matters of morality and on which rational people differ. It is not to arrogantly convey a position of superiority, by implying that, in this case, you or Argentina stand on higher moral ground, possess such a stellar record on human rights and have never fallen short of your own commitments to human rights, that you have attained the moral position to lecture the people of Romania. Mr. Ambassador, this is highly inappropriate and offensive.
Second, I doubt that in signing the Declaration you expressed the true feelings of your nation on the matter. I doubt you had their approval or consent to sign the Declaration…
Third, I strongly suspect that you signed the Declaration to curry favor with the European Union on behalf of your Government. If so, your action was insincere and motivated by political expediency not conviction. In which case it was hypocritical. It may be that in signing the Declaration you scored points with the European Union, but you scored no points or good will with the people of Romania. Please understand that they, too, have dignity, constitute a sovereign state, a sovereign nation, and the rules of diplomacy do not allow you to subvert their dignity or sovereignty.
Fourth, Argentina is not in a position to lecture Romania or the rest of the world in matters of human rights and tolerance. Please look into your own country’s past and present and spot your own human rights deficiencies. Argentina nearly exterminated all of its native population toward the end of the XIX Century, and today your country discriminates against Evangelicals.
Borrowing from Costea’s language, I say: I strongly suspect that Brazil, Argentina, Chile and Israel signed the Declaration in support of homosexual activism in Romania to curry favor with the European Union and the United States on behalf of their governments.
Their signature was motivated by political expediency and by the politically-correct conviction that the homosexual behavior is above the well-being of families and their children.
The U.S., European Union, Brazil, Argentina, Chile and Israel should be ashamed to help homosexual groups impose predatory homosexual activism in Romania. This is not democracy.
This is international diplomacy at the service of homosexual tyranny.
With information from Agerpres, BalkanInsight, Raluca Ciocian Ardeleanu and Peter Costea’s letter to the Argentinian Ambassador.
Portuguese version of this article: EUA, União Europeia, Brasil, Argentina, Chile e Israel pressionam Romênia a adotar o ativismo homossexual
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