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Tuesday, May 24, 2016

Uproar as Muslim countries block LGBT groups from attending UN Aids conference

Still waiting on the domestic uproar
The very fact that Western nations are astounded by this occurrence unmasks their pathetic ignorance regarding Islam. If the West cannot come to grips with the Muslim stance on gays, how can it possibly grasp the fact that the big picture is a drive toward total world conquest and submission of everyone to Islamic ideology. Convert, die, or if they are lucky, pay a hefty tax (jizya) and become deprived of all legal rights, are the ultimate choices all non Muslims will be given by their Islamist overlords. 
Will the Western leaders ever awaken, or are they ignorantly complicit in thinking that a totalitarian Islam would be the perfect governing tool for an elitist dominated NWO.  
Uproar is ensuing among major Western countries after the Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) managed to block 11 organisations – linked to gay, lesbian and transgender rights groups – from attending the United Nations conference on Aids in New York next month.. The letter, dated 26 April from Egyptian authorities, was submitted on behalf of the 51 OIC member countries.

No reasons were given for the request to block the attendance of these groups but non-governmental organisations say that the OIC is trying to ban are from Egypt, Estonia, Guyana, Jamaica, Kenya, Peru, Thailand, Ukraine, Africa and even the US from attending. All of the countries facing potential bans are all believed to focus on LGBT rights.

 The request however has not gone done well with a number of Western countries. The US has written to the General Assembly President Mogens Lykketoft, asking that these groups be allowed to attend the conference. US Ambassador Samantha Power, in a 13 May letter to Lykketoft, said that the groups singled out “appeared to be chosen for their involvement with gay and transgender issues”.


She continued: “Given that transgender people are 49 times more likely to be living with HIV than the general population, their exclusion from the high level meeting will only impede global progress in combatting the HIV/AIDS pandemic and achieving the goal of an AIDS-free generation.”

The EU has also written a letter expressing concern. In a letter signed by Ambassador Joao Vale de Almedia, it said asked for information about which countries objected and the reasons why the groups had been struck off from the initial list of participants. “If you’re serious about getting zero [Aids cases], then it’s vital to include all communities,” the UK’s deputy UN ambassador Peter Wilson said.

Not surprisingly, American LGBT groups are not quite as concerned about the United Nation’s bigotry on issues that directly affect large swaths of their communities as they were about where people in North Carolina relieve themselves.

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Source:  Legal Insurrection

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