Last updated on March 18th, 2021 at 11:21 am
The European Union (EU) exists to keep the people of Europe together in peace and harmony, because living in peace and harmony is clearly much better than living in conflict and war. Why then is the EU raging with hate speech and highly divisive policies, such as all the measures it’s trying to force down the throats of millions of European citizens in order to promote, in the most blatant and offensive way possible, the LGBT+ ideology?
Last Thursday, March 11, Brussels approved, by an overwhelming majority, a proposal submitted the day before, Wednesday 10. In response to “LGBTIQ-free zones” in Poland – so the story goes – the MEPs have requested that the whole EU should become a “zone of LGBTIQ freedom.” There were 492 votes in favor, 141 against and 46 abstentions.
This a blatant strawman, but more importantly, it stands on a falsehood. In fact, Poland has never even dreamed of establishing “LGBTIQ-free zones.” Proscription lists for homosexuals have never been set up in Poland, transgender hunts have never been unleashed with police dogs and agents in riot gear, trains have never been organized to deport those who did not “feel” binary. Never. Never, ever.
The truth is that in some parts of Poland, they have declared “LGBT+ ideology free zones”. The difference is enormous. People have not been kicked out or kept out by barbed wire fences: the goal, with an evidently demonstrative gesture, was to prohibit a scientific and historical falsehood, such as the LGBT+ ideology – ideologies are always scientific and historical fakes – from being socially and culturally imposed as true. People deserve all possible understanding and charity, dialogue, conciliation, and an outstretched hand. Ideologies, on the other hand, do not: because evil is the negation of good, and only good is substance. So the evil-nothing is the only character that can never have a right to citizenship. And, I repeat, ideologies are evil: all of them, always, including – for how could it be any other way? – the LGBT+ ideology.
Declaring certain “LGBT+ ideology free zones” is in fact an attempt not to falsify, not to mystify, not to lie. It means affirming that there is good-substance and evil-nothing; the right which is different from the wrong. It means preventing children from being indoctrinated from a very young age with perverse measures bordering on pedophilia, that are being passed off as “enlightened” courses; it means preventing the lie of gay “marriage”; it means stopping the scourge of the “uterus for rent”; it means not muddying the waters. Muddying the waters like those who lie when they say that Poland would have launched “LGBTIQ-free zones”, operating the umpteenth reductio ad Hitlerum of those who have not yet flattened themselves to the rampant transgenderism.
However, if last week’s vote in the European Parliament is based on a falsehood, then the proposition that the EU is trying to do the opposite is also completely false. Fighting a lie with a lie is only multiplying the lies. In other words, really the European Parliament did not vote a measure to protect European citizens who are victims of discrimination, abuse or violence because they are LGBT+, but to transform the EU area into an “LGBT+ ideology zone”.
Let us never confuse Europe with the European Union. Every time we do, the former turns over in the grave where the latter buried it. Indeed, anyone who lives or sets foot in the EU area should be aware that, as of yesterday, this area is being watched over by LGBT ideology, i.e. by mystification and lies to the detriment of all its citizens, be they gender-fluid or binary. A good thing is that yesterday’s vote falls within the scope of “non-legislative resolutions”. Otherwise, I would have immediately applied for non-EU citizenship so as not to fall victim to the chronic hate speech with which Brussels is trying to hit me and indoctrinate me.
Image source: Helsinki Central Library Oodi flying European Union flag and two Pride flags 12th September 2020, photo by Josefiina Alanen from Wikimedia Commons, self-published work, licensed by CC-BY-SA-4.0