Barbados: Stand Up Against "Same-Sex Marriage" and Public School Indoctrination

Petition to: Government of Barbados and Prime Minister Freundel Stuart

 

Barbados: Stand Up Against "Same-Sex Marriage" and Public School Indoctrination

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Barbados: Stand Up Against "Same-Sex Marriage" and Public School Indoctrination

Petition Sponsored by International Organization for the Family, World Congress of Families, Proteqt Inc (Barbados) and WCF Caribbean Partners

Petition to the Government of Barbados: Stand Up Against Radicals Trying to Force Same-Sex “Marriage” and Public School Indoctrination in Barbados.  Say "NO" to Special Rights for Elites and Sexual Radicals.

Human Rights Watch, a powerful and well-funded elitist New York-based group with a radical agenda, is urging Barbados and other Eastern Caribbean nations to abandon their traditional cultures and Biblical morality, ostensibly to fight discrimination and improve health.  Despite its name, Human Rights Watch refuses to endorse and support the United Nations Universal Declaration of Human Rights (1948), which is signed by all member nations of the UN and which declares the dignity and sanctity of all human beings from conception to natural death, and which states that the family is the fundamental and only sustainable unit of society, entitled to protection by society and the state.

Human Rights Watch is urging Barbados to promote so-called "same-sex marriage." We know that marriage between a man and a man (or a woman and a woman), is both biologically and morally impossible.

In the name of promoting tolerance, Human Rights Watch also wants Barbados to introduce what it claims to be a “sexual education curriculum” that is “scientific and evidence-based.” Evidently, such comprehensive sexual education programs don't work so well in Human Rights Watch's home state of New York, where sexually transmitted diseases are at a 30-year high and where HIV is contracted at the 4th highest rate in the nation.

Besides increasing health risks, this sexual education curriculum has infiltrated New York's schools. It is used to indoctrinate children in the dogma of the sexual revolution – i.e. that someone can change their gender, that all sex acts are permissible, and that those who reject homosexual “marriage” are bigots who promote violence.

This is a particularly insidious way to brainwash vulnerable children and turn them against their parents.  All human beings have the same rights, including freedom of speech and freedom of religion. Special rights, masquerading as “gay rights,” are used to attack these fundamental rights.

In the United States, these special rights have been used to levy ruinous fines against individuals and businesses who refuse to participate in "same-sex marriage" ceremonies due to their religious principles.

Individuals should not be forced to choose between their sincerely-held religious convictions and following the law.

We urge the governments of Barbados and other Caribbean nations to stand with families, parental rights, and religious freedom by rejecting special rights for elites and homosexuals, and by refusing to legalize same-sex “marriage” and the sexual indoctrination of school children.

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Petition to: Government of Barbados and Prime Minister Freundel Stuart

Dear Prime Minister Stuart: 

Please stand up against the radicals who are trying to force same-sex “marriage”on the country and sexual diversity  indoctrination in public and private schools in Barbados.  Say "NO" to special rights for elites and sexual radicals. Say “NO” to curricula  promoting “gender socialization” in Early Childhood Education.

At the launch of Golden Jubilee celebrations in January 2016, you said that “what Barbados becomes over the next 50 years will depend on how hard we are prepared to work, what sacrifices we are prepared to make, what standards we are prepared to set and to what core values we are prepared to subscribe.”  We ask you to preserve our core values regarding marriage and family.

Human Rights Watch, a powerful and well-funded elitist New York-based group with a radical agenda, is urging Barbados and other Eastern Caribbean nations to abandon their traditional cultures and Biblical morality, ostensibly to fight discrimination and improve health. 

Despite its name, Human Rights Watch refuses to endorse and support the United Nations Universal Declaration of Human Rights (1948), which is signed by all member nations of the UN and which declares the dignity and sanctity of all human beings from conception to natural death, and which states that the family is the fundamental and only sustainable unit of society, entitled to protection by society and the state.

Contrary to supporting the family, Human Rights Watch urges Barbados to promote so-called "same-sex marriage." Marriage between a man and a man (or a woman and a woman) is both biologically and morally impossible.

In the name of promoting tolerance, Human Rights Watch also wants Barbados to introduce what it claims to be a “sexual education curriculum” that is “scientific and evidence-based.” Such comprehensive sexuality education programs don't work well in Human Rights Watch's home state of New York, where sexually transmitted diseases are at a 30-year high, and where HIV is contracted at the 4th highest rate in the nation.

Besides increasing health risks, this sexual education curriculum has infiltrated New York's schools. It is used to indoctrinate children in the dogma of the sexual revolution – i.e. that someone can change their gender, that all sex acts are permissible, and that those who reject homosexual “marriage” are bigots who promote violence. 

This is a particularly insidious way to brainwash vulnerable children and turn them against their parents. It is institutionalized child abuse.  All human beings have the same rights, including freedom of speech and religion. Special rights, masquerading as “gay rights,” are used to attack these fundamental rights.

In the United States, these special rights have been used to levy ruinous fines against individuals and businesses who refuse to participate in "same-sex marriage" ceremonies due to their religious principles.

Individuals should not be forced to choose between their sincerely-held religious convictions and following the law.

We urge the governments of Barbados and other Caribbean nations to stand with families, parental rights, and religious freedom by rejecting special rights for elites and homosexuals, and by refusing to legalize same-sex “marriage” and the sexual indoctrination of school children.

Sincerely,
[Your Name]

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