Tuesday, December 10, 2013

'Gay Marriage' Flops in Expanding European Union

As homosexualists in "Old Europe" and other western nations claim dominance in the culture, and the "inevitability" of same-sex "marriage," nearly all eastern European nations vehemently reject the Gay Agenda.

For background, click headlines below to read previous articles:

Church of England Sued Weeks After 'Gay Marriage' Legalized

European Union High Court Rules Gay Agenda Trumps Christianity

Supreme Court Rules Bible as 'Hate Speech' in Canada

German Parents Allow Babies to Choose Gender From Birth

In contrast, Russia Outlaws Homosexual Propaganda, Kissing

UPDATE 12/11/13: Supreme Court Rules Homosexual Behavior Illegal in India

-- From "Croatians vote against same-sex marriage" by The Associated Press (including Dusan Stojanovic and Jovana Gec of Belgrade, Serbia) 12/1/13

A majority of Croatians voted in a referendum Sunday to ban gay marriages in what is a major victory for the Catholic Church-backed conservatives in the European Union’s newest nation.

The state electoral commission, citing near complete results, said 65 percent of those who voted answered “yes” to the referendum question: “Do you agree that marriage is matrimony between a man and a woman?” About 34 percent voted against.

Croatia’s liberal president, Ivo Josipovic, said he voted against amending the constitution. Josipovic said the referendum result must be respected, but added the government is preparing a law to allow some rights to gays and lesbians living together.

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From "10 of 13 Newest EU States Reject 'Gay Marriage'" by Michael W. Chapman, CNSNews.com 12/9/13

Since 2004, 13 nations have joined the European Union and 10 of them either prohibit or do not recognize homosexual marriage, while the remaining three allow some legal "partnership" recognitions but not on the same level as heterosexual marriage.

Besides Croatia, 12 other nations, all from Eastern Europe, have joined the EU since 2004.  Not one of those nations legally recognizes homosexual "marriage" and only three permit some legal standing for same-sex couples.

To read the details of the countries in the article above, CLICK HERE.

From "Ukraine’s rejection of EU deal brings rival rallies at home" Posted at Euronews 11/29/13

In Ukraine, confirmation of the decision not to sign up to closer ties with the EU has brought more people onto the streets of the capital Kiev (Kyiv) – on both sides of the east-west tug of war.

Evidence of an anti-EU campaign has been visible in Kiev, with posters warning that closer ties would bring job cuts, high prices and gay marriage.

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From "Are 'agent provocateurs' infiltrating Ukraine’s protest movement?" posted at France24 12/4/13

The protesters have tried to model themselves on 2004’s largely peaceful Orange Revolution. Despite their efforts, violence has broken out several times over the weekend. On Sunday, clashes between security forces and protesters left dozens of people injured, including around 50 journalists, scores of students, and hundreds of police officers. Some activists accuse individuals close to pro-Russian extreme right-wing parties of orchestrating the violence. Others assert that people are being paid to provoke disorder.

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From "Gay rights is getting caught up in the geopolitics of eastern Europe" posted at Public Radio International 11/13/13

"What we are seeing in Ukraine and in a lot of other countries is an intense interest in propaganda laws that were passed in Russia," says J. Lester Feder, a foreign correspondent for Buzzfeed in Ukraine.

Feder says the anxiety over the relationship with the West is something that is playing out throughout Eastern Europe. And as the EU continues to expand towards Russia, Russia is trying very hard to hold on to its influence in this part of the world.

Feder says you really can't talk about LGBT rights in Ukraine in isolation.

"There is a much bigger geo-political debate happening," he says. "You have real competition between two very large economic and political powers in the region and this debate ... will be heavily shaped by those actors — by Russia and the EU — [and] not primarily by activists whose primary concerns are LGBT rights."

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Also read Gay Agenda Complete when Christians Muzzled, Say Homosexualists as well as Senator Ted Cruz Says the Gay Agenda Ends Christian Liberty