Stop the Lego LGBTQ set

PETITION TO LEGO DIRECTOR NIELS CHRISTIANSEN

 

Stop the Lego LGBTQ set

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Stop the Lego LGBTQ set

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On 1 June, something terrible is about to happen.

This is the day that LEGO wants to launch its first explicit LGBTQ set.

LEGO, one of the most famous toymakers in the world, has decided to follow Disney's lead in propagating LGBTQ propaganda towards children.

More and more multinationals are participating in this ideological indoctrination... and that is not acceptable.

Therefore we need to send a clear message to LEGO: leave our children alone.

Sign the petition to LEGO director Niels Christiansen and ask him not to launch this LGBTQ product.

The LEGO set consists of dolls in all colours of the LGBTQ rainbow plus light blue, white and pink to represent transgender people separately, and brown and black to include people of colour.

The dolls are "genderless" to "express individuality while remaining ambiguous".

The purple doll is supposed to represent a drag queen, "a clear nod to all the great drag queens out there", according to the designer.

The set comes with a sort of rainbow background, in the same colours as the dolls, to reinforce the LGBTQ message.

This is unbelievable. A producer of children's toys should not be incorporating these kinds of bizarre, heavily ideological views into products for children.

One thing is clear: we must do something to put an end to this.

We, therefore, ask LEGO director Niels Christiansen not to launch the LGBTQ product on 1 June. But how do we get him to actually comply with this request?

Like a big stick, I have decided to impose a boycott, which will start on 1 June if he does launch the product and will last as long as the LGBTQ -LEGO remains on the market.

We have to make it clear that we will no longer buy LEGO for our children, grandchildren or other children until LEGO stops this indoctrination.

This is the only way LEGO will really feel the consequences if they cooperate with the propaganda of the LGBTQ lobby: in their pockets.

Warn LEGO director Niels Christiansen that we will boycott his products if he puts this LEGO set on sale.

This is not an isolated incident, but it fits the LGBTQ lobby's strategy to normalise their distorted representation of reality.

In doing so, they like to focus on children, for the future belongs to the young.

Hence all LGBT -education in schools, in libraries, at Disney... and now also at toy manufacturer LEGO.

We must stop this development so that children in our society can grow up safely.

And it is urgent, because the launch of the LHBTQ-LEGO is planned for 1 June.

Sign the petition before June 1 and share it with as many friends, family and acquaintances as possible!

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Stop the June 1 launch of the LGBTQ lego set

For the attention of: Niels Christiansen, Managing Director LEGO

Dear Mr Christiansen,

We, the undersigned, are shocked by the news that LEGO wants to launch its first LGBTQ set on 1 June.

We find this an unacceptable form of ideological indoctrination of children.

It is not the role of LEGO to incorporate ideological views in its products. Using children's toys to achieve political goals is completely inappropriate. Furthermore, this product does nothing to engender creativity among children; it encourages them to ascribe labels onto themselves and others. 

We, therefore, ask you to refrain from launching the LGBTQ-LEGO.

If you do launch this LEGO set on 1 June, we will boycott LEGO until you take the product off the market.

We will not buy LEGO for our children, grandchildren or other children until LEGO stops this indoctrination.

Leave our children alone!

Yours sincerely,

[Your Name]

Stop the Lego LGBTQ set

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