ALERT: U.N. Says Gay Rights Are More Important Than THIS- Here’s The Details


The United Nations envoy for gay rights now states that religious freedom ‘Not an Absolute Right.’ In cases where homosexual rights and religious liberties intersect, the U.N. claims that  “freedom of expression and religious freedom are not absolute rights and may be limited if necessary.”

Wait….the UN Gay Rights Envoy just stated that if there is a conflict between a homosexual and my freedom to exercise my religious liberties by not participating in certain activities or patronizing certain businesses, then the homosexual rights should prevail?


Say what??

The UN’s newly appointed “independent expert” on the defense of LGTB rights, Vitit Muntarbhorn, said that negative moral judgments on homosexual activity were a recent phenomenon, stemming from “colonial law.”

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Muntarbhorn stated –


More recently, in colonial law, or remnants of colonial law, gays were criminalized, are criminalized, even though beforehand they were not criminalized.”

I guess this fool somehow missed that the U.N. does NOT trump the Constitution in the United States of America. America is a country that was FOUNDED on religious liberties where people flocked so they were not forced to pay government tithes to a state run church and so they could be free to worship in the manner they saw fit. And the U.N. believes that these people are going to tell me that their rights trump mine??


On the contrary, I beg to differ!

The First Amendment prohibits the Congress from making a law “respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof”.

Except apparently, Muntarbhorn didn’t get that memo. When he was challenged to give an answer regarding the clash between LGBT rights and religious freedom by Henk Jan van Schothorst of the Transatlantic Christian Council, Muntarbhorn replied that religious freedom is not absolute and must yield to homosexual rights, stating – “There are some absolute rights, but there are some that are not absolute.”  He went on to defend his point stating, “freedom of expression and expression of religion” are not absolute rights and that they can be curtailed when necessary.

Muntarbhorn then took it a step further emphasizing the role of education so children can be conditioned, “born and bred from a young age” with the right attitudes toward sexual orientation and identity.

Indoctrination anyone?

The UN Human Rights Council approved  Muntarbhorn’s appointment last October as an independent expert on the defense of the LGTB collective. 54 African states came together to challenge the legality of the appointment based on their beliefs that gender identity and sexual orientation have no place in international human rights instruments.

Muntarbhorn is tasked with assessing existing international human rights law and their implementation, as well as raising awareness of violence and discrimination based on sexual orientation and gender identity.  Many critics suggest that his very mandate will constitute interference with the laws of many UN countries and I wholeheartedly concur.

What right does the U.N. have to meddle in the affairs of a sovereign nation? Currently, no less than 73 countries worldwide currently have anti-sodomy laws on their books. That is 40% of the U.N. member states.  Africa alone contains 33 states with laws making homosexual acts a crime, including Uganda, Nigeria, Sudan and Mauritania. Up until the 1950’s homosexuality was a crime in America as well. Botswana’s ambassador expressed alarm back in November before the General Assembly human rights committee regarding the Human Rights Council is delving into national matters and attempting to focus on people “on the grounds of their sexual interests and behaviors.” These behaviors that the U.N. has taken it upon itself to look into are notably absent from the United Nations charter document.

This is simply one more example as to why America needs to get out of the U.N. Tell them to get out and leave us alone!

(h/t Breitbart)

God Bless.

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