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Posted on 07/02/2013 2:59:25 AM PDT by markomalley
Le Figaro has estimated that since François Hollandes government legalised pseudo-marriage for homosexuals the French police have brutalised and arrested over 1000 pro-family demonstrators, with 500 detentions. Gregor Puppinck, a Human Rights lawyer for the European Center for Law and justice (ECLJ), has filed complaints against France in the UN Human Rights Council for brutalizing peaceful demonstrators. Videos show French police beating marriage demonstrators, using tear gas and clubs against women, men, elderly and children.
Here is video of Police brutality against women, men, elderly and children seeking to peacefully defend the family against gay marriage:
French authorities have decided pro-family demonstratos are a public threat. Riot police show up anywhere the demonstrators appear. They have been subject to baseless identity checks, arbitrary arrests and detentions, as well as police brutality through physical assaults and tear gas. Included in those roughed up by police has been Christine Boutin, former Cabinet Minister for the Sarkozy government who was tear-gassed, and Jean-Fredrick Poisson, a Member of the French National Assembly.
A report in Le Figaro has estimates of over 1000 arrests and 500 detentions since May 26. More than 150 individuals have filed complaints through different redress mechanisms.
In comparison, when violent riots erupted following a victory of the Paris soccer team in May only 11 people were arrested. Nearly 300 were arrested at a La Manif demonstration the same month.
Many were arrested solely for wearing a t-shirt with La Manifs logo, an outline of a mother and father with two children. Forty-eight parliamentarians have demanded Hollande end the arbitrary detentions and arrests.
According to organizers, three massive gatherings of up to one million demonstrators have taken place since January. The French Minister of the Interior, Manoel Valls justifies the presence of riot police by citing brief clashes between riot police and a few hundred protesters at the end of some demonstrations.
But videos show French riot police charging peaceful protesters and families with children and elderly or disabled French citizens blinded by tear gas. Images of undercover police suggest they were under orders to instigate violence and then violently repress protesters.
A human rights lawyer has brought a complaint against France at the most recent session of the United Nations Human Rights Council in Geneva. Gregor Puppinck of the European Center for Law and justice (ECLJ) laments that France, a country which claims to have an exemplary human rights record, is the first European country ECLJ has filed a complaint against at the United Nations. The ECLJ hosted a discussion of the repression of La Manif at the Council of Europe this week.
A rally on Monday protested the trial of one peaceful demonstrator, 23-year old Nicolas Bernard-Busse, who was arrested and given four months in prison for rebellion. He took part in what French Police called an unauthorized demonstration. He was arrested on Sunday, June 16, 2013 following a demonstration outside the studios of a TV station where President François Hollande was appearing. He went from there to the Champs-Élysées in central Paris with friends.They were wearing T-shirts with the slogan Manif pour tous and the now recognizable logo of a father and mother with two children. His lawyer calls the the Courts order of arrest grotesque. He is arguing that this was a wrongful arrest made to intimidate Nicolas and this movement. The supporters of Nicolas have a facebook page which calls him a political prisoner. He is a political prisoner. They also have a petition online which demands his release.
Protect the Pope comment: What has been the response of David Camerons government to the French police brutally attacking peaceful protesters seeking to exercise their freedom of expression and association in defence of marriage and the family against pseudo-gay marriage? On the 29th June the British embassy in Paris displayed the rainbow flag of the homosexual political activists from their property, clearly signaling that Camerons government has sided with the forces of totalitarian repression against the family. Be sure that you wont be hearing or reading about this on the BBC or other MSM.
“It can’t happen here.”
The rainbow reign of terror begins.
Is this a sneak preview of what’s to come?
Time for a mental exercise.
Imagine that it’s 2018.. five years from now. Clever homosexual activists chose a court case involving a “married” serviceman, his “husband,” and their two adopted kids. The serviceman was ordered to be re-stationed, moving from a state with homosexual marriage to a state without homosexual marriage. Building on his prior rulings, Justice Kennedy has authored another 5-4 majority opinion, finding that state amendments limiting marriage to opposite-gender couples are unconstitutional under the Equal Protection Clause of the 14th Amendment.
An excerpt from the homosexualists’ main argument:
“marriage isn’t a guaranteed right in the US Constitution. This much we admit. But the right to Equal Protection is very plainly stated in black and white. If right-wing extremists want to add ‘equal protection of the law - except for homosexuals’ or ‘except for marriage law - except for marriage law’ to the US Constitution, they’re free to attempt going through the amendment process.. and we wish them luck, as they’re going to need it. In the meantime, if you’re against gay marriage, you’re still free to continue believing this, and you’re still free to not get gay married. Simple as that.”
At the time of the ruling, about 16 states have legalized homo marriage either through the legislative process, or through popular ballot. National polling shows that between 55 and 60% of registered voters are okay with homo marriage, depending on methodology, sample, size, etc. The situation with voters under 40 is even worse, with more than 75% in favor of homo marriage.
As such, there is zero chance of an amendment to the US Constitution. Homosexualists are on TV after the ruling, confidently declaring that the war on this issue is over.
Our part of the excercise:
What do we do? Protest? Attempt to pull the GOP back to the right, away from its current lily-livered behavior pattern? Attempt to create our own private communities with mandatory Biblical standards?
A personal note: I’m getting those talking points above from my sister, who lives just outside of Jackson, MS. We’ve been having an email argument lately. She’s normally a reliable conservative, but I found out very recently that she’s been Rob Portman’d - her 16-year-old son came out to her and my brother-in-law about two months ago. It was quite a shocker.
The kid hunts (he’s a great shot at the firing range), fishes, plays football, is on the honor roll, swears that he’s never been abused or molested, and now claims that he’s known that he liked males since he was six (he told her that when he was little, he knew something was up when he noticed that he liked Bo Duke more than Daisy Duke. Absolutely insane.) He’s a good-looking kid, so he shouldn’t have any problems getting any girl he’s want, so I can’t fathom how in the hell he’d want to mess around with a guy.
So it’s been difficult lately. This is something I’m struggling with at this point. The nauseating court/polling scenario I paint above is one that I could easily see come true over the rest of the decade, and I don’t see any easy answers for our movement.
You know something.... With stories like yours you just have to wonder sometimes it there really isn’t something in the drinking water?
I’ve racked my brain, trying to figure out what the hell went wrong. If my nephew doesn’t change, it’ll be something that bothers me and gets my prayers for a long time.
Public schools + media saturation is the reason. Normal childhood development has been twisted. Boys do NOT care about girls when they are six. That is normal, but somebody must have told him that equaled being gay.
From experience, teenagers say and do things to get a rise out of their parents. Sometimes it’s just that and only that, other times it’s for manipulative reasons.
Take care and the best of luck to you and your family.
Talk to any competent psychologist and they will tell you it is not unusual for boys to like boys more than girls and to focus on young men as their role models.
It is also not unusual for very young boys before sexual maturity to play with themselves and to watch other boys play with their winky.
The age at reaching sexual maturity can occur in a variety of ages; 12 is not unheard of, 24 also happens. Your 16 year old nephew may not and likely is not sexually mature. With the homosexual indoctrination that is in the schools, media and popular culture, it is a form of fashion to say one is gay because in a perverse way it singles one out to be specially treated much the same that young people acquire tatoos, nose and tongue piercings and designer head shaves.
If your nephew had been raised in a God respecting culture, you would very likely see a different person today.
Read the Prodigal Son parable. Try and show your nephew as he matures that you are friend and that you are cool, that your values and tradition are where it’s at, but do so with a smile and always as a friend. He will come around.
i have a feeling that in a hundred years, the nations that are now facing overwhelming secularism will become theocratic Christian nations, either by coup or eventual growing support. Or that might just be my wishful thinking...
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