martes, 5 de julio de 2016

The epicenter of the bureaucratic efforts to promote and institutionalize the LGBT agenda

LGBT Groups Seek to Entrench Agenda at the UN

by Grace Melton


The U.N. Human Rights Council, which was created in 2006 to replace the notoriously corrupt and ineffective Commission on Human Rights, has proven disappointing in fulfilling its twofold mandate of promoting the human rights enumerated in international law and holding governments accountable when they violate individuals’ fundamental freedoms.

Instead, its meetings in Geneva are often a forum for liberal non-governmental organizations and their likeminded allies to further their myriad pet agendas, be they anti-Israel, pro-abortion, or, more recently, LGBT issues.

The current session of the Human Rights Council opened this month, amid rumors that a group of South American countries, at the behest of LGBT organizations, would put forward a resolution to create a new independent expert or special rapporteur position for the promotion of sexual orientation and gender identity issues.

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