Obama Administration Promotes Homosexual Rights on Day Devoted to the “International Family”

U.S. President Barack Obama pauses as he talks to international business leaders at a meeting in the Roosevelt Room of the White House in Washington May 20, 2014. CREDIT: REUTERS/LARRY DOWNING
U.S. President Barack Obama pauses as he talks to international business leaders at a meeting in the Roosevelt Room of the White House in Washington May 20, 2014.
CREDIT: REUTERS/LARRY DOWNING

The Catholic Family and Human Rights Institute is about to bring to light how the Obama administration (along with Finland) promoted LGBT rights around the same day the United Nations devoted to the “International Family.”

Here is the joint statement from The State Department and Finland:

“The United States and Finland recognize that supporting human rights is the responsibility of all governments and peoples, and that the human rights of LGBT persons are not different or separate from the human rights of any other persons.

Defending the human rights of LGBT persons is part of our shared human rights policies, and of our respective foreign policies. As part of its commitment to these values, Finland announces its pledge to increase its support to the Global Equality Fund by 1 million Euros, and will continue to work with the United States and other like-minded partners — including the governments of Croatia, Denmark, France, Germany, Iceland, the Netherlands, Norway, and Sweden, as well as the Arcus Foundation, the John D. Evans Foundation, LLH: the Norwegian LGBT Organization, the M•A•C AIDS Fund, Deloitte, and Out Leadership — to build on our shared commitment and partnership to advance freedom, equality, and dignity for all.

The international community plays a leading role in promoting universal human rights and non-discrimination around the world. Through the Global Equality Fund, like-minded governments, foundations, and corporations work together to affirm a consistent global message that LGBT rights are human rights. Through the Fund, governments are able to partner in support of civil society organizations working to advance tolerance and respect for all persons, regardless of sexual orientation or gender identity.

Working together not only increases our effectiveness, but also helps to further the notion that ensuring the ability of LGBT persons to live safely, freely, and without discrimination is a growing priority among many governments as well as non-governmental partners. The United States and Finland will continue to focus our mutual efforts on combating human rights abuses against LGBT persons, wherever they occur, to ensure that all persons are free to lead their lives with dignity and equality.

C-FAM is on the lookout for “socially radical policies” at the U.N. and elsewhere and they claim LGBT rights are central to the, “Obama Doctrine.” Read below from Wendy Wright, Vice President for Government Relations and Communications. She comes out with this information tomorrow.

Click here to read more.

SOURCE: The Brody File
David Brody

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