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UN Appoints First Investigator on LGBT ‘Discrimination’

UN Appoints First Investigator on LGBT ‘Discrimination’
By Julio Severo

The U.N. Human Rights Council has appointed Vitit Muntarbhorn of Thailand as the first U.N. investigator charged with investigating “homophobic” policies, including “violence” and “discrimination” based on sexual orientation and gender identity.

The initiative is the result of a U.N. resolution pioneered by a past Brazilian socialist administration.


Muntarbhorn’s appointment has been celebrated and praised by homosexual activists around the world. ILGA (International Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Trans and Intersex Association) said, “For us, it is particularly fitting that he should be appointed to this position in the tenth anniversary year of the Yogyakarta Principles which he helped co-chair in 2006. As ILGA holds its 28th World Conference in Thailand later this year, it seems very appropriate that we should be commemorating this in his home country as he now takes up this new office.”

The Yogyakarta Principles promote the gay agenda by using the ideological rhetoric of human rights, sexual orientation and gender identity. Besides having been the Yogyakarta co-chair, Muntarbhorn was a technical adviser to the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) on LGBTQ issues in Asia.

Yet, not everyone is celebrating. Brazilian magazine Istoe said the appointment was heavily criticized by Russia and added, “Many governments have already indicated that they are going to make every effort to hinder the investigator’s work. The Russian government accused the initiative of money waste. ‘This is about private lives and there is no need of a system of special protection,’ said the Kremlin. Vladimir Putin’s diplomacy made it clear that it is not satisfied with the way the U.N. has addressed the issue of human rights. Alexey Borodavkin, Russian Ambassador at the U.N., said that he expects Muntarbhorn’s investigation to ‘take into consideration tradition and religion’ of nations.”

The attack on a Orlando gay nightclub, which was committed by an Islamic terrorist, has been used as the most important example that homosexuals need protection and intervention from the U.N. In fact, this example was specifically mentioned on the appointment of Vitit Muntarbhorn, who will establish contacts with LGBT advocates and organizations around the world and engage with governments and civil society to make recommendations for combating “violence” and “discrimination” against homosexuals.

Even though the U.N. investigator’s mission uses words about combating “violence” and “discrimination,” the same words have been used around the world to force same-sex marriage, cross-gender bathroom use, LGBT “rights” to indoctrinate children at schools, and much more.

The U.N. investigator has the mission to collect reports and complaints from homosexual groups and individuals worldwide and he will then use these complaints along with the full arsenal of the UN Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights to pressure governments to overturn their laws protecting marriage, family, children and religious and cultural values.

Typically, homosexual groups and individuals worldwide treat as “violence” and “discrimination” all effort to bar a legal disfigurement of marriage and attempts to ban homosexual indoctrination on children. Rev. Scott Lively, a Pentecostal minister, has been legally persecuted because gay groups, with the assistance of George Soros’ socialist legal machine, interpreted that his preaching against homosexuality equates violence. They are accusing Lively of “Crimes Against Humanity”! Will the U.N. investigator grant victory to anti-Lively activists and label ministers, priests and preachers as “Criminals Against Humanity”?

Russia was vigorously condemned and ostracized by the U.S. government and the European Union since the approval of a Russian law banning homosexual propaganda to children and teens. Will the U.N. investigator officially condemn as “criminal,” “violence” and “discrimination” the Russian efforts to protect their children and teens from homosexual propaganda?

In 2011, PayPal closed my account definitively, after a campaign orchestrated by U.S. homosexualist group AllOut. To me, PayPal explained that I am ineligible to receive donations from my friends and readers because “you are not a registered non-profit organization.” To AllOut, PayPal explained that it closed my account because “We take very seriously any cases where a user has incited hatred, violence or intolerance because of a person’s sexual orientation.” My case was denounced by WND (WorldNetDaily), which run this headline: “PayPal blacklists Christian writer.” It was reported also by a U.S. Catholic TV (in this link: The ChristianPost, a major evangelical media, also covered my case (in this link:

Will the U.N. investigator not only side with AllOut, but also recommend the same denial of transactional services to Christians as punishment for their “homophobia” — biblical views opposed to homosexual practices?

This scenario is not impossible to happen. Last year, the U.S. appointed homosexualist Randy Berry as the First Global Envoy for the homosexual agenda. In a very short time, he talked about Russia and Saudi Arabia in a trip to Brazil. Brazilian magazine Istoé asked him: “The U.S. has criticized Russia for being so authoritarian with women and homosexuals, but, at the same time, the U.S. keeps close relations to nations as Saudi Arabia, whose acts are worse. Are you uncomfortable about this situation?”

In his answer, Berry refrained from condemning the Saudi dictatorship, which murders homosexuals. Even though Istoé portrayed Russia in a bad light in the homosexual issue, the only “crime” of Russia is to have a law banning homosexual propaganda to children. Is a crime to protect children from such propaganda? It seems so, because the U.S. government has used all effort to condemn systematically the Russian law, which does not order the murder of homosexuals. But Saudi Arabia has been spared such U.S. systematic condemnations for killing homosexuals.

If even the U.S. has not been fair and honest in the issues involving the gay agenda, how could the U.N. be fairer and more honest?

The U.N. investigator’s appointment was approved by socialist nations, including nations members of the “Core LGBT Group,” a group within U.N. of eleven countries committed to “concerted action” for LGBT rights. The “Core LGBT Group,” led by the U.S., is composed by the European Union, Israel and Brazil.

Since the attack on the Orlando gay nightclub, the Obama administration, with the full arsenal of the U.S. government, and the “Core LGBT Group” have been pressuring the United Nations to lead a global effort to advance the gay agenda around the world. The appointment of a U.N. investigator is result of their effort.

The Orlando attack should be used by the U.S. government to press the U.N. to condemn global Islamic violence, but it is being used to build a global legal machine to harass and censor moral and Christian views opposed to homosexual behavior.

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