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Milestone or millstone?

Last year’s legislation of the Equality Act changes the concept of marriage, makes a mockery of the meaning of gender and blatantly promotes the LGBTI agenda. Photo: Mark Zammit Cordina

Last year’s legislation of the Equality Act changes the concept of marriage, makes a mockery of the meaning of gender and blatantly promotes the LGBTI agenda. Photo: Mark Zammit Cordina

Last year was marred by the brutal assassination of Daphne Caruana Galizia. This terrible event shed light on the evil of high-level skullduggery, fuelled by the ultra-rich, with the connivance of financial institutions and banks in tax havens that sanitise the money of rogues, who include corrupt politicians, drug and arms dealers and criminal regimes.

What is not so well known is the role the ultra-rich play in financing an agenda that aims at promoting abortion and redefining the very meaning of life and marriage. For example, with capi­tal running into billions of dollars, the super-rich, instead of helping redress structures of social injustice and upgrading healthcare, pour funds into programmes of contraception, sterilisation and abortion for women in poor countries.

This reality seems to have eluded local investigative journalists. Yet the huge amounts of money that are funnelled by the likes of George Soros in funding the pro-abortion campaign in Ireland and in destabilising family-friendly governments like Poland and Hungary, should be public knowledge.

Sadly, the agenda of the ultra-rich is supported by lavish funding from governments and the EU itself. This malevolent phenomenon is exposed by German sociologist Gabriele Kuby in her well-researched book The Global Sexual Revolution. She points out that Malta is one of the countries targeted, and that funds and know-how are made available to impose the sexualisation of youth, LGBTI rights and abortion.

Kuby’s book should be essential reading for those who have Malta’s real interest at heart. It will help to understand the well-entrenched strategies that underpin this government’s policies – strategies that are changing our outlook on life and the family.

This undemocratic, radical overhaul is being imposed from the top down on a largely uninformed and brainwashed electorate

In Malta, the imposition of this ideology came to fruition in last year’s legislation of the Equality Act. This legislation makes a mockery of the meaning of gender and blatantly promotes the LGBTI agenda. It changes the concept of marriage and wants to redefine the most basic reality of life… that we are created male and female.

The very bedrock of society is called into question. Malta is now facing the scrapping of the Embryo Protection Act and is being readied for the eventual introduction of abortion.

The unfolding pattern that brought us to this stage should have been blindingly obvious. Civil union legislation for same-sex couples was linked to child adoption. The right to change one’s gender, the outlawing of consultation in order to address homosexual orientation, the attempt to foist LGBTI education in schools, the introduction of the morning-after pill under the false claim that it is only a contraceptive, and the offering of leave from work to lesbians seeking gamete donation abroad, should by now have raised our awareness to what is afoot.

This undemocratic, radical overhaul is being imposed from the top down on a largely uninformed and brainwashed electorate. There are also huge financial interests involved, as life will be treated as a commodity to pander to the pretensions of the LGBTI demands.

This weakening of the family institution and the promotion of hedonism plays into the hands of the powerful as we become more and more enslaved by the State.

Such developments have been hailed as a milestone for Malta. On the contrary, they should be considered a millstone around the neck of the family institution and a blow to religious freedom.

Malta’s once proud Christian heritage is being gutted out of existence as our lacklustre and self-serving politicians remain indifferent to what is at stake. Malta’s future looks ominous.

klausvb@gmail.com

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