Posted on | October 3, 2012 by Lisa Correnti |
An International Family advocacy group has launched a campaign to expose diplomatic pressure directed toward poor developing countries to advance sexual rights including withholding humanitarian aid to assure it is done.
Family Watch International in collaboration with the Foundation for African Culture and Heritage, and other pro-family organizations released a documentary Cultural Imperialism: The Sexual Rights Agenda on You Tube and on their new site at www.StandforFamiliesWorldwide.org.
According to Family Watch this effort is “in response to the growing number of complaints from diplomats in Islamic and African countries who are extremely upset with the Obama administration’s attempts to impose his sexual rights agenda on their people.”
In the opening video clip a Jamaican attorney takes issue with President Obama and UK Prime Minister Cameron for their willingness to cut off aid to countries that don’t recognize LGBT rights.
A former Kenyan delegate to the United Nations states that member states are being told countries need to legalize prostitution and homosexuality to combat HIV/AIDS.
A subsequent UN delegate from St. Lucia said she was forced out by diplomatic pressure for not supporting the sexual agenda being pushed by UN agencies.
Experts believe the proliferation of this sexual agenda will lead to a spread of HIV/AIDs in developing countries. Dr. Edward Green, former director of AID’s research at Harvard University appears in the video noting the “arrogance” of the UN and western countries advocating for policy that is contrary to real AID’s prevention.
The video may be viewed here. An online petition has also been launched on the website.
Stand for Families Worldwide was launched by Family Watch International in partnership with organizations in Africa and the Caribbean.