Ulrike Lunacek (Greens), openly lesbian EP Vice-President notorious for her abortion-and-sodomy militantism, is going to leave the European Parliament. She will return to her native Austria to be the Green Party’s “lead candidate” (Spitzenkandidat) in the upcoming national elections. Continue reading
Former European Parliament President Martin Schulz, now campaigning to be German Chancellor, is planning to impose same-sex “marriage” in Germany if his SPD party wins the Bundestag elections in September. During his time in Brussels he was close to the extremist LGBT militants and now wants to impose their ideology in Germany. Continue reading
The Green Group is organising a very queer gathering in the European Parliament on 17 November (full programme below). Using a term that was long considered as belittling of homosexuals, Green Vice President of Parliament, Ulrike Lunacek, invites her MEP colleagues to attend an event dubbed “Queer People Unite”. Continue reading
It is well known that LGBT activists use name-calling as their preferred strategy: everybody who dares oppose, or is found not to be sufficiently supportive of, their radical agenda, is vilified as a “homophobe”.
The latest victims of this name-calling are two prominent Green politicians from Germany. Continue reading
The mass media, eager to come to the defence of the homo-agenda, inform us that “at least he did not resist the police control”.
Mr. Beck, who is on record (inter alia) for having called for the full and unrestricted legalization of sexual relations between children and adults (a stance he later tried to deny with rather spurious arguments, claiming that his editor had manipulated a text of which he figured as the single author), justified his being in possession of illegal drugs by saying that he had “always been in favour of a liberal drug policy”. The important hing, it seems, is to be consistent with oneself.
Unsurprisingly, this man was the “expert on human rights” of the Green Party’s parliamentary group in the Bundestag, until his involvement in the promotion of pedophilia became known to the wider public. He then lost that portfolio, and instead became his Party’s expert on “interior affairs and religion”, a position he now loses.
The LGBT-lifestyle claims another prominent victim.
The rest of the world may worry about the economy, the Euro, immigration, terrorism, or the wars in Syria and Ukraine, but the Green Party in Germany, always on the cutting edge of politics, has bigger fish to fry.
This week the Party had its annual convention, and what was the key decision that made it into all the mass media?
Gender-neutral language. Continue reading