Posted on | February 16, 2012 by J.C. von Krempach, J.D. |
In a recent series of posts, we have shed some light on the strange fact that the European Commission is maintaining, at the expense of taxpayers, a fake “non-governmental organization” called ILGA-Europe, which, pretending to be a voice of civil society, seeks to promote the opinion that homosexual behaviour should be rewarded through legal privilege. Our reports seem to have received some attention even in the European Parliament, where Members have started asking questions about these astonishing grants for the propagandists of “sexual diversity”.ILGA-Europe, as a reaction to these questions, has published on its website an explanation why, unlike all other NGOs, it is not financed by its own members (and hence, we understand, is constrained to accept the donations from the European Commission and George Soros). This explanation is worth reading:
As one of 6 world regions of ILGA (World), ILGA-Europe’s member organisations pay their membership to ILGA (World) directly. Out of solidarity, ILGA-Europe supports the principle that membership fees are used by the world association to support LGBTI organisations in other regions of the world. This is why ILGA-Europe does not receive membership fees from its members.
It seems thus that ILGA-Europe’s members finance not ILGA-Europe (which, due to the generosity of the European taxpayer, does not need their contributions anyway), but some franchise organisations elsewhere in the world. Which in turn means that those franchises, too, cannot really claim to be financed by their own members…