Caribbean religious leaders write Trump

Caribbean religious leaders write Trump

Two hundred and eighty-nine religious officials from the Caribbean have written to United States President, Donald Trump, expressing concern about the promotion of LGBT and intersex rights abroad.

The religious officials are from the Bahamas, St Maarten, St Vincent and the Grenadines, Trinidad and Tobago and Guyana.

In their January 31, 2017 letter to the US President, the ministers referred to the policies of the U.S State Department and other government agencies involved in foreign policy that ‘coerce our countries into accepting a mistaken version of marriage.”

According to the LGBT advocacy publication, Washington Blade, the letter specifically noted the appointment of Randy Berry as the special U.S. envoy for the promotion of LGBT and intersex rights in 2015.

According to the letter, the appointment was central to “the promotion of same-sex marriage” in American foreign policy.

It also questioned then Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s 2011 speech to the U.N. Human Rights Council in which she said “gay rights are human rights.”

“We have our rights by virtue of being human beings and not by anything else — not our ethnicity, not our religion, not our race, not our tribe and certainly not our sexual orientation,” the letter said.

It asserted that several US government agencies are using executive orders to foist transgender confusion through the bathroom issue on U.S public schools by threatening the loss of federal funds.

“Please understand that this same kind of coercion is being used against our countries to force us to fall in line with the entire same-sex agenda” the Caribbean religious officials wrote in their letter to President Trump.

 

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3 Comments

  1. Nolram
    March 27, 2017 at 2:10 pm Reply

    What is the expectation from POTUS?

  2. Yoyo
    March 27, 2017 at 9:39 pm Reply

    Put fire pan dem batty man and woman. No place in our society for this crap.

  3. Calvin
    March 29, 2017 at 10:51 am Reply

    I write this as a male with an unblemished record of heterosexuality. Women, monogamy, respect, and commitment are so completely my thing, no other sexual interests or curiosities.

    Same sex exists everywhere, including here. The only difference with this region and elsewhere in the world is that it is hidden and shamed by religious zealots of all stripes, despite the fact that some of They Themselves are ‘in the closet”.

    Why be threatend by the issue of same sex?

    Get over it. Deal with it.

    Same sex doesn’t imply below age of consent or not getting consent or any of that crap that already exists with straight, heterosexuals. Nor is it deserving of those who leer or lasciviously gaze, or cat-call or otherwise disrespect two persons of the same gender walking down the street holding hands.

    There is absolutely no threat. Get into the 21st century.

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