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Stand with Poland Against Radical Gay Politics: A Follow Up May 18, 2007

Posted by Daniel Downs in children, Chrisitanity, Constitution, education, equality, family, gay politics, globalism, God, government, human rights, humanism, law, morality, news, politics, religion, tyranny.
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During the Fourth World Congress of Families (WCF) held last week, the Homosexual Hands Off Poland petition was delivered to Polish officials. According to Samantha Singson, C-FAM president Austin Ruse presented the petition consisting of 8,800 signatures to the Polish minister of Social Affairs. The petition presented worldwide support for Poland’s education policy to restrict gay indoctrination and recruitment of public school students.

The World Congress of Families was attended by 3,000 delegates from 60 nations. It was founded ten years ago in response to a militantly anti-family ethos prevalent in the ‘post modern’ West. It aims to foster an international network of pro-family organizations, scholars, and leaders that seek to restore the natural family as the fundamental social unit and the ‘seed bed’ of a sane society, according to Singson.

Reporting on the WCF meeting, Susan Yoshihara reveals the rationale behind Poland anti-gay policy. In the WCF’s opening speech, Polish President Lech Kaczynski said that promoting the family was a matter of national survival. The demographic decline in Europe, from which even pro-family Poland has not been immune, is having a significant negative economic impact. To reverse the trend, he said, pro-family policies must be instituted at various levels of public policy.

The European Union claims the ‘homophobic’ policy breaches EU human rights laws.

Why should a sovereign nation whose Constitution is rooted a Christian heritage and universal human values contradict its own Constitution for a quasi-governmental and economic treaty? The Preamble to The Constitution of the Republic of Poland further substantiates the Christian basis of Constitutional law when it states:

Recognizing our responsibility before God or our own consciences, Hereby establish this Constitution of the Republic of Poland as the basic law for the State, based on respect for freedom and justice, cooperation between the public powers, social dialogue as well as on the principle of aiding in the strengthening the powers of citizens and their communities.

As the Supreme law of the land, the Constitution makes the family a legally protected unit of society. According to Article 18, “Marriage, being a union of a man and a woman, as well as the family, motherhood and parenthood, shall be placed under the protection and care of the Republic of Poland.” Even though “[f]reedom of the person shall receive legal protection” under Article 31 and equal before the law,

Any limitation upon the exercise of constitutional freedoms and rights may be imposed only by statute, and only when necessary in a democratic state for the protection of its security or public order, or to protect the natural environment, health or public morals, or the freedoms and rights of other persons. Such limitations shall not violate the essence of freedoms and rights.” (Emphasis is mine.)

Opposing the global gay agenda that creates inequality through special rights in favor of family is clearly within Poland’s Constitutional law and sovereignty rights. For Poland to do otherwise would be breach its own social contract with Polish citizens and its own laws.

As reported by Susan Yoshihara, U.S. Assistant Secretary of State Ellen Sauerbrey also attended the World Congress against the wishes of the European Parliamentary Working Group on Separation of Religion and Politics. In a speech before the World Congress,

[She] touched on one of the more controversial debates in international law, and one in which the U.S. and Europeans have diverged during debates at the UN. She affirmed the position found in foundational human rights documents, including the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, which declares that the family is legally above the state. More recent human rights treaties such as the Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination Against Women (CEDAW) have been used to argue that the family is just one of many institutions and does not deserve special protections by the state. Sauerbrey noted that ‘more than 2000 years ago Cicero spoke of the family as “the seedbed” of the state. The state did not create the family; rather, families created the state.

Poland is a nation way ahead of the global strategy of anti-family, anti-moral, and anti-Christian political powers. United Nations, European Union, liberal American politicians and many NGOs serve the humanist agenda to demoralize the world. They seek to force the world to accept inequality and inequity through the double-speak of equality. The struggle of colonial women for equality under the law was a legitimate issue. Black American’s liberation from slavery and their struggle to realize equality under the law was also legitimate. The gay agenda, however, is not about equality; it is about forcing on the world through unlawful laws created by like minded judicial tyrants acceptance of their unnatural and immoral behavior.

Let us hope the Polish people and their leaders maintain their long-range vision for a healthy and prosperous society—a family friendly society. America will then have a model to emulate when we return to fully defending the institutional pivotal to our future survival.

Other pro-family sites: American Family Association, Christian Family Movement, Concerned Women of America, Family Research Council,
Focus on the Family, The Howard Center, National Military Family Association

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1. Gavin - May 19, 2007

hahaha, hilarious. I like this:

“The petition presented worldwide support for Poland’s education policy to restrict gay indoctrination and recruitment of public school students.”

As if gays had tables and leaflets set up around schools like military recruiters. Haha.

You are a joke.

2. Daniel - May 19, 2007

They did in Massachusetts. Members of Parents Rights Coalition taped one of Gay, Lesbian, and Straight Education Network’s (GLESN) programs. They discovered the Safe Schools Program for Gay and Lesbian Youth was actually an illicit sex education program with demonstration tables for middle school students. What made it so scandalous was the deception by which state education officials developed and promoted the event to indoctrinate unsuspecting children. Contrary to public denial, this is real agenda behind the pretense of GLESN’s programs, according to the American Family Association of Pennsylvania (AFAP).

3. verberaj - May 20, 2007

You quoted it yourself: “Recognizing our responsibility before God or our own consciences, Hereby establish this Constitution of the Republic of Poland as the basic law for the State.”

It doesn’t say “God AND our own consciences”, but “God OR”, which is a big difference. I don’t exactly know what that does legally, but it sounds like it opens the door for laws to be free of ANY kind of religious influence as God is not a constitutional requirement.

Also: if they joined the EU, for whatever reason, then they have to listen–that’s what treaties do.

4. Daniel - May 20, 2007

Listen, yes, but no foreign treaties supersedes national Constitutional law. Treaties regulate actions between two or more nations. EU laws has no legitimate jurisdiction over Poland’s law unless Poland agrees to change their laws.

While Poland’s Constitution does not impose religion on its people, it supports it and includes it as part of the public morality.

5. verberaj - May 21, 2007

Supporting religion is one thing, but I think the morals of the people should be left up to the people, in any country.

6. steverino - May 29, 2007

i agree with this article… simlpe sweet and to the point

peace out


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