While all the left-wing and right-wing media showed a remarkable consensus and unity in their praises for the royal wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, there was a point that deserved special attention and worry. One of the Protestant ministers, Bishop Michael Curry, chosen by Harry and Meghan to officiate their wedding, is a known advocate of the homosexual agenda. Curry, the first African-American to preside over the Episcopal Church, is a fighter for gay “marriage.”
Yet, advocacy of homosexuality is not an exclusive problem of Curry. Harry and Meghan also adhere to the same advocacy.
In a report titled “Meghan Markle and Prince Harry: LGBT Issues Are ‘Basic Human Rights,’” the Hollywood Reporter said, “Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are putting LGBT rights at the forefront of their royal agenda.”
The homosexual website Pink News said, “the royal couple will continue to proudly promote LGBT issues.”
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Yet, without feminism, homosexuality cannot advance, and feminism is exactly Meghan’s turf.
According to the left-wing website Vanities, Markle has a history of activism with U.N. Women, the most pro-abortion organization within the United Nations. In a U.N. speech in 2015, she mentioned her activism began when she saw a Procter & Gamble ad that portrayed women in home work. She wrote letters to the feminist writer Gloria Allred and then First Lady Hillary Clinton complaining. After the feminist pressure, P&G changed the ad.
Feminism destroys women’s role in marriage, hindering them from being healthy wives and mothers, and homosexuality destroys men’s role, hindering them from being husbands and fathers.
Homosexuality is essentially against marriage and family.
God created man and woman to join together in marriage and have children. Or you support marriage or you support homosexuality. You cannot support both at the same time, for both are mutually antagonistic. One is normal and ordained by God, and the other is abnormal and hated by God.
God calls the sexual union between a man and a woman within marriage a blessing. But He calls the sexual union between a man and another man repugnant and detestable, according to his Word, which commands,
“You shall not lie with a male as with a woman; it is an abomination.” (Leviticus 18:22 ESV)
In marriage, man is the leader and God’s calling to a wife is to be submissive to her husband. Meghan is a known feminist. Also, she is a divorced woman. British royal traditions did not allow their royal men to marry divorced women. Royal traditions are being broken.
This in no way excuses Harry and his former sexual behavior, which was not so chaste as his alleged Christian profession requires.
The royal wedding was some sort of scheme to break old royal traditions. A marriage imprisoned by homosexual and feminist activism, including with divorce and sexual irresponsibility, is not a real marriage as God intended. It is an ideological alliance intended to bring a message and a model to the population. Intends to break its most conservative values.
Could it also be a subtle message for British white natives to intermix in marriage with non-white immigrants, who are, by coincidence, largely Muslim?
While the British royalties are playing with Christianity, marriage, family and values, Islam is advancing in the United Kingdom. London is now under Islamic control.
U.K. forgot what Winston Churchill said,
“How dreadful are the curses which Mohammedanism lays on its votaries! Besides the fanatical frenzy, which is as dangerous in a man as hydrophobia in a dog, there is this fearful fatalistic apathy.”
U.K., which successfully resisted Nazism, is being defeated by feminism, homosexuality and Islam, promoted often by its own royalties.
In the old times, the British people would say, “God save the Queen!” Really! May God save her and her family from their own efforts to break their old conservative values. And while they are not saved, may God save the good British people from their Queen, their royal family and their activism.
Portuguese version of this article: O casamento real do príncipe Harry e Meghan Markle foi um exemplo cristão?
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