STOP THE GAY OMNIBUS AT THE OAS
The OAS is manipulating legal orders and treaties to force your country to push the gay agenda and provide government funded abortion on demand to teenagers.
We are lobbying on the ground right now in the Dominican Republic. They are hosting the 46th General Assembly of the Organization of the American States. Its agenda is to mandate Member States to support the gay agenda and abortion.
We need your help right now. Please help us gain influence with your Ambassador. Sign our petition to stop the Gay Omnibus and abortion on demand agenda.
The countries responsible for pushing the Gay Omnibus are Canada, the United States, Argentina, Chile, Colombia, and Uruguay.
The overreaching executive order, 16-03 (linked here), is meant to create a special status for a special group of people.
The controversial executive order reinterprets laws and policies to favor the LGBT lobby. The Secretary General is acting more like a President than in the capacity of his position. Much like Obama, he is misusing his powers to promote gender and sexual identity.
Human Rights are universal. But here at the OAS, they are giving special privileges to power groups.
Paraguay is the only Delegation taking a stand for life and family. They’ve expressed rejection to what is considered an illegitimate ideological interference in the sovereignty of the country.
The executive order also represents a clear overstepping of the mandate and the powers of the secretary general. It is not the purpose of the OAS to make such mandate.
The OAS is using the Zika crisis to push an abortion agenda. As the Secretary General Luis Almagro stated:
"The legal termination of pregnancy would be justifiable (...) it is an issue of equity and rights (...) This is a historic opportunity to make a qualitative leap in the constant struggle for the right to comprehensive, universal, quality and safe health care".
The text promoted by the OAS in the Omnibus labels abortion as torture ...
Existing international documents, such as Cairo, make it clear that abortion could not be considered or used as sexual and reproductive health.
Write to the OAS ambassadors and ask them to reject proposals that undermine the sovereignty of states, the right to life, expression, conscience and religious freedom.
These proposals also violate the American Convention on Human Rights, which states in Art. 4.1:
Every person has the right to have his life respected. This right shall be protected by law and, in general, from the moment of conception. No one shall be arbitrarily deprived of his life.
By signing this petition, you will be sending a message to your Ambassador to the OAS.