EU, US, and Homo-lobby suffer severe defeat in UN Human Rights Council

United Nations Human Rights Council Logo.svgThe UN Human Rights Council has today adopted with 29-14 votes a Resolution on the Protection of the Family. The 14 countries voting against the text include the United States and 7 EU Member States, who were angered that their attempts to insert references to “various forms of families” (viz. same-sex couples and the children they have adopted or otherwise laid their hands on) were rejected.

The homo-lobby is very, very frustrated.

The fact that the EU and the US are actually voting against a resolution to protect families, effectively holding real families as hostages of their homo-agenda, sheds a queer light on their policy priorities. This is certainly not helpful for the image of the West as a champion of human rights.

Here is the outcome of the vote:

HRC L 25

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