Last month, the European Union established the so-called “homophobia” as a new crime listed in Article 83(1) of the Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union (TFEU). I write “homophobia” in quotation marks as an artifact; quoting someone else’s diction. Not because I know full well that some stupid homophobe is out there, but because I know in the Humpty Dumpty logic that defines who governs the world we live in, “homophobia” means whatever someone wants “homophobia” to mean. The point of all of this is to strike one, in order to educate a hundred.
There have been intentional trial cases, like the one against the former Finnish Minister for the Interior, Päivi Räsänen, and others. Serious and innocent people covered in mud and lies have now become commonplace, and it is clear that when you put your hand on the code in cases like this, you do so in order to have a gnarled club with which to pound your enemies. Not the homophobic enemies (the few fools mentioned above), but all those who are considered enemies because they still insist that there is a normative human nature, a natural law, a modus in rebus of the human being which is a most universal and secular thing; even before agreeing with the reigning Pontiff in declaring “gender theory“ a “mistake of the human mind.”
“Homophobia” is now the mark of infamy that disqualifies anyone and sells well in the newsstands at bus stops. It’s elementary school tactics; like putting a sticker on the back of an innocent person passing by on April Fools Day while the unsuspecting victim is completely unaware. And they do this now just because they want to prevent others from speaking, from saying anything, from expressing themselves, from disagreeing, from dissenting. In short, from not bending their head to the diktat of the LGBT+ ideology.
LGBT+ ideology is now ubiquitous and sly, yet aggressive. It is weakness and relativism version 2.0. It’s around every street corner, pervading and paralyzing everything. If you dare say it’s rubbish, you’re finished. If you don’t say anything, because you’re busy talking about the wonder of human sexuality, of love, of marital bonding, of males and females, you’re finished.
Writer or singer, businessperson or politician, catechist or priest, journalist or cubist, garbage man or teacher, if you don’t kneel to the new god of queer conformism, you are a criminal. Here is “homophobia”: a cannon in the hands of fools to crush a mosquito, because the mosquitoes of real “homophobia” are already pursued by the laws of democratic countries, which otherwise would not be democratic. The laws against violence, discrimination and intolerance are already there and in fact those who are guilty of them, if caught by the police, pay and are already paying.
But all of this is mere academia for the sweeping power that has finally found the new tool to silence the truth of things. Frightened societies, in fact, are more easily kept in check. Terrorized communities tend to display better conduct. Intimidated groups pay the pledge more meekly. This is a technocracy of intimidation.
After last month’s decree, the EU became even more unpalatable than it was only the day before, when it was already very unpalatable. The EU loses no opportunity to impose the current diktat. The EU turns its back on itself, on its roots, on the identity and history of the peoples who are tyrannized by it, becoming a conventio ad excludendum in which only those with an invitation are admitted. The others have no right to citizenship, indeed to nothing: and the good served comes to them by express mail in the most unbearable envelope of all: slander.
In other words, the EU’s decision is a sophistry within a sophistry, because the crime of “homophobia” was established by exploiting “an important issue such as combating violence against women for the purpose of intimating gender identity, gender education for all boys and a rainbow gag on all dissenters from the LGBT+ agenda in Europe”, as sharply observed by Matteo Fraioli, director of the Italian section of CitizenGO, the well-deserving organization that never tires of putting pressure, with petitions and popular mobilizations, on each and every one of those who seek to impose lies.
“In the text,” continues Fraioli, “there is also the condemnation of pro-family and pro-life organizations that fight against the ideological Istanbul Convention,” itself a Trojan horse aiming to impose gender dictatorship. “But one remains perplexed and bitter in the face of the voting result, wondering what happened to the Centre-Right, or rather the groups and politicians who were with us at Italian squares and who led battles to defend the freedom of citizens against the proposed law-gag signed by Honorable Alessandro Zan. In that EU session, only Simona Baldassarre, Andrea Caroppo and Massimiliano Salini voted against. But don’t those who abstained yesterday know that the resolution proposes the same liberticidal principle as Italy’s “Zan bill”, only at a continental level?”
IFamNews is asking the same question, and with great concern.