Homosexual lobby: moral bankruptcy followed by financial bankruptcy… taxpayers’ money urgently needed
Posted on | July 17, 2012 by J.C. von Krempach, J.D. |The strange phenomenon that governments use taxpayers’ money to maintain radical homosexualist lobby groups is apparently not limited to the notorious case of ILGA-Europe, which is kept alive by funds received from the European Commission. As we hear, the same kind of sock-puppets exist at a national level.
In Austria, the homosexual lobby group “HOSI Linz” has announced that, due to lack of funds, it must cease all its activities and give up its headquarters at Fabriksstrasse in Linz (Upper Austria), which it had rented (at extremely favourable conditions, as it seems) from the municipal authorities.
The group’s spokesperson addressed an urgent call to local politicians to increase funding for the group. He lamented that “we had expected to receive 30.000 Euro as a ‘cultural subvention’ from the regional government of Upper Austria, which finally we didn’t receive. How can we be expected to achieve a positive economic result, if we do not know the budget we can plan with?? Under these circumstances, all planning becomes obsolete!”.
I am just wondering what this man means by “achieving a positive economic result”? If he achieved such results, would he need subsidies?
Here is my suggestion: maybe the lobby group should seek support from those it claims to represent, i.e. the gay community. If there are 1.000 homosexuals in Upper Austria and each of them pays 3 Euro, then no subsidies will be needed. Or is that asked too much???