Nations beat back gay imperialism on the international front

Unlike black civil rights activists, homosexual activists have been known to use an assortment of underhanded tricks, outright lies and even intimidation tactics in their push for “equality”. We’ve seen countless so called gay hate crimes exposed as criminally fraudulent and even the dismantling of the Matthew Shepard hate crime narrative.  Now, several nations have delivered death blows to attempts by gay activists to gain dominance on the international front. It appears that some countries are just not buying  US imported gay imperialism rhetoric.

A British investigator found that a majority of murders of homosexuals in that island nation were actually not the result of homophobic religious mob killings. According to Americans for Truth About Homosexuality (AFTAH),

“All of those murders that I have investigated have been in [homosexual] relationships and are victims of gay attacks, domestic situations.” – British investigator and former Scotland Yard detective Les Green said in July 8, 2012

I personally traveled to Jamaica three consecutive years (03,04, 05) and visited all areas of Kingston and some other parts of the country. I talked to regular people and observed with my own eyes many OBVIOUS homosexuals walking about in broad daylight and nobody even looked twice. At night I saw more who all seemed to be happy and not hiding their sexual preferences. Perhaps the 3 years I was there was an all time lull anomaly in the out of control “gay murders” homosexual activists claim happen with regular frequency. The truth is they want CONTROL of Jamaica and they will use any lie no matter how far fetched, to get it. Despite massive outside pressure, Jamaicans are not budging on changing their current laws. More from AFTAH


Sex between consenting homosexual partners is once again illegal in India after the country’s Supreme Court overturned a lower court ruling Wednesday. Four years ago, India’s High Court decriminalized such a relationship, in what was then hailed by gay rights groups as a landmark ruling. The Supreme Court overturned that ruling. Known as Section 377, the law has been in the books since India’s Colonial-era days. It bans people from engaging in “carnal acts against the order of nature.” On Wednesday, the Supreme Court ruled that the penal code was constitutionally valid. Via CNN

Croatian voters have backed proposals to ban same-sex marriages in a referendum. Two-thirds of those who voted approved changes to Croatia’s constitution to define marriage as a union between a man and a woman.
A government spokesperson confirmed that the constitution would now have to be changed accordingly. In fact 10 of the 13 newest European Union states have banned homosexual marriage. Via the BBC

On today, Australia’s High Court has overturned legislation allowing gay marriage in the Australian Capital Territory (ACT).
The ACT parliament passed a bill in October making the territory the first part of Australia to legalise same-sex weddings. But the national government challenged the decision, saying it was inconsistent with federal laws.
Some 27 couples who married since the law came into effect last weekend will now have their unions declared invalid.
The court said the issue should be decided by parliament – which in September 2012 voted down gay marriage legislation. Via BBC reports

In June, the Russian President Vladmir Putin enacted a series of laws that enraged the homosexual world.

Putin signed into law a measure that stigmatises gay people and bans giving children any information about homosexuality. The lower house of Russia’s parliament unanimously passed the Kremlin-backed bill on 11 June and the upper house approved it last week.

The Kremlin announced on Sunday that Putin had signed the legislation into law. The ban on “propaganda of nontraditional sexual relations” is part of an effort to promote traditional Russian values over western liberalism, which the Kremlin and the Russian orthodox church see as corrupting Russian youth and contributing to the protests against Putin’s rule. Hefty fines can now be imposed on those who provide information about the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender community to minors or hold gay pride rallies. Via The Guardian

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3 Responses to Nations beat back gay imperialism on the international front

  1. It looks real bad for LGBT. So bad that all they could do is name call and holler bigotry. So much for “We Shall Overcome.”

  2. Graham Taylor says:

    The High Court decision has invalidated those “marriages” in the A.C.T. These “couples” were presumptuous and arrogant enough to prempt the court’s decision, thinking that they would likely go along with popular community opinion on the issue andtake their side. Credit to the court for not bowing to this kind of pressure, and sticking with the strict legal interpretation.

    This ruling will be a setback for the gay rights agenda ( and agenda is what it is ). It will mean a considerable delay before the matter can be considered again.Because the federal parliament has been declared to be the only body that can change the law on this, and the newly elected conservative government is collectively opposed or at best indifferent to the issue.

    In the meantime, you can bet the gay lobby and their fanatically determined supporters, will apply maximum pressure on the federal government to legislate for it as soon as possible. And they’ll use all the lies, tricks and mistruths they can to influence them. They already have elsewhere. Jamaica and Croatia have not caved in to their militancy. I suggest decent morally minded people emigrate there if they’re looking to find a new place to live.

  3. Graham Taylor says:

    And on the subject of Croatia…. What a wonderful result in the referendum there. The question was “Should marriage remain as between one man and one woman.” ? Nearly two thirds of those that voted said “yes”.

    This goes to show that the gay “rights” juggernaut can be halted if God respecting people unite together, and fight for what they know is right.They stood firm despite a huge propaganda effort from other countries, the U.S.* ( *who actually have an official policy of promoting gay “rights” around the world – shameful ! ) and even their OWN GOVERNMENT. Well done people of Croatia. You’re an inspiration to us.

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