Stop Gay Marriage Mandate Under Freedom of Movement "Trojan Horse"
Free movement of workers directive hijacked by LGBT agenda - adopt the alternative motion
On Wednesday 12 March 2014 the European Parliament will adopt a legally binding resolution on measures facilitating the exercise of freedom of movement for workers.
The freedom of movement for workers is one of the pillars of the EU. However, the LGBT lobby plans a hold-up using the antidiscrimination ideology to force Member States recognizing same sex marriages through the technical term of "mutual recognition of civil status documents" such as marriage or child adoption certificates, or certificates of change of biological sex. This is a "Troyan Horse": each Member States must then accept the "marriage certificate" without any possibility to oppose if that marriage concerns a same sex partnership.
Through this legislative resolution, European Parliament presents its amendments to a proposal for a directive. Once the proposal adopted, it becomes an EU law compulsory for all Member States. 63 amendments have been tabled and shall be adopted in Plenary. Rapporteur is Mrs Edit Bauer (EPP group). This time, it's serious.
The motion for a legislative resolution of the EU-Parliament says in amendment 5: Member States should ensure a mutual recognition of the various legal partnerships and the rights derived thereof in order to avoid any discrimination on the ground of sexual orientation or philosophical choices of migrant workers. Member States should also ensure that rights deriving from the adoption of a child are respected as this is a precondition when considering moving to another Member State for work purpose.
This is contrary to the existing EU acquis communautaire which clearly states that the Free Movement of Workers policy has no impact on the legal definition of marriage and the compulsory recognition of same sex partnerships. The European Parliament will now abolish that principle!
Moreover, in her report Edit Bauer claims to support prostitutes (so-called "sex workers") and their promoters within the framework of the free movement of workers (amendment 10 of the Bauer report)!
The committee for employment and social affairs tabled an alternative motion for a legislative resolution. This is amendment 64. This alternative motion deals with the matter of freedom of movement for workers in an comprehensive approach without the excess' of the LGBT agenda. Moreover, amendment 64 calls to respect the EU community acquis and to stand firm on already adopted principles.
Therefore the MEP must adopt amendment 64 = alternative motion for a legislative resolution, and reject the initial Bauer report!