Protect Religious Freedom from UN's LGBT Agenda
Did you believe your deeply held Christian values were untouchable? That not even the most extreme LGBT activists would have the audacity to challenge them?
We regret having to shatter that comforting illusion...
They've crossed the line, and the repercussions are both far-reaching and deeply concerning.
On June 21st, which is in just 48 hours, the United Nations Human Rights Council is set to hear a report claiming that our cherished Christian beliefs violate LGBT rights.
This dangerous proposal threatens not only our faith but also paves the way for institutional interference in religious matters.
We must be deeply concerned about the potential impact of the United Nations' (UN) recommendations on Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity (SOGI) policies.
The UN proposition suggests that religion - particularly our Christian faith - has been historically linked to violence, discrimination based on sexual orientation or gender identity, repression of sexual and gender diversity, and promotion of 'cisgender' and 'heteronormative norms'. Whatever that means!
This could eventually lead to the governments meddling in religious affairs, violating our basic rights to practice our faith freely and independently.
In other words, it could potentially force Churches to officiate same-sex marriages.
SOGI expert Victor Madrigal-Borloz calls for a ban on "conversion therapies" in religious settings. This could limit the freedom of priests and pastors to help homosexuals seeking assistance. The expert hints at ties between religious organisations and human rights violations linked to these practices.
There's so much at stake...
We can't let them infringe on our religious beliefs and force us to conform to their radical ideology. Act NOW!
Sign our petition to urge the 47 Human Rights Council members to ensure Victor Madrigal-Borloz respects religious freedom without threatening it for supposed LGBT rights.
We can't let the UN control our beliefs and lives. Stand up and sign our petition to demand the UN respects our religious freedom.
The Human Right Council members must avoid imposing 'SOGI' policy as a way to force conformity in anthropology and sexual morality.
Sadly, we all know the methods of the LGBT agenda and its proponents. They start at the international level, and slowly, their agenda infiltrates governments across the globe as mandatory policies. Once we realise it, it's already too late.
That’s why you and I must halt this outrageous proposal right from the start.
We need each other to succeed. United, we'll show them that we won't tolerate their extreme agenda.
UN to hear report on how exercise of religious freedom is used to violate LGBT rights
Call for input to a thematic report: freedom of religion or belief (FoRB) and sexual orientation and gender identity (SOGI)