Saturday, 14 November 2009

Times: Pandora's Box is opening [Labour's LGBT Group]

Saturday, 14th November 2009 by Josie Muscat

The Labour Party's decision to provide a home for Lesbian-Gay-Bisexual-Transexual groups (LGBT) comes as no surprise. The setting up of an LGBT Section within the PL has been ostensibly done in the name of tolerance and inclusion. Unfortunately, this move, which follows the traditional socialist pattern, makes a mockery of individual rights for these are not there to be enjoyed by virtue of an individual being a "member" of a particular group.

Far from being inclusive, the end result will be divisive. Traditionally the begetter of socialism, Marxism has thrived on envy and class warfare. Since it can no longer seriously claim to be fighting for the working class, Marxism now seeks to survive by identifying other perceived victim groups in order to justify its existence and founding principles. And where victims do not exist, the Left simply creates them.

The end result is to divide society into distinct and fragmented groups, each lobbying for their vested interests, which many a time are in conflict with, or detrimental to, society as a whole. This is a deliberate strategy because a divided society cannot function effectively and the resulting contradictions would always necessitate the intervention of the state. In the weak position they find themselves in at the moment, progressives all over Europe are seeking new ways to bring in the old, all-knowing, controlling state through the back door.

A free society, however, is built on the concept of natural justice and inalienable rights irrespective of race, sex or creed. By bestowing extra rights on real or imaginary victim groups, the Progressive ideology therefore completely undermines natural justice by bestowing extra privileges that are based entirely on race, sex and creed. It is a complete inversion of values.

If the PL set up an LGBT section within its structures, why shouldn't it create sections for illegal immigrants, drug addicts who insist on seeing themselves as victims of society, criminals who claim they were driven to crime by poverty and every other group that, rightly or wrongly, believes it is a victim?

We, at Azzjoni Nazzjonali, see this as the thin edge of the wedge. We have repeatedly warned that with the ratification of the Lisbon Treaty and the enshrinement of the so-called charter of fundamental rights, these alien, undemocratic and unchristian tenets will be imposed on us whether we like it or not. The European Court of Human Rights has just ruled against the use of crucifixes in classrooms in Italy. It said the practice violated the right of parents to educate their children as they saw fit and ran counter to the child's right to freedom of religion.

Everything that Azzjoni Nazzjonali claimed would come in on the back of the Lisbon Treaty seems about to happen.

We are already witnessing the mushrooming of posters such as those found in Mosta and Naxxar espousing so called alternative families, posters depicting a child with two parents of the same sex. It is a subtle strategy propaganda paid by tax payers' money to condition the population to accept the inevitable imposition of progressive Marxism. The PL, true to its calling, has espoused it. Will the PN follow suit?

Dr Muscat is leader of Azzjoni Nazzjonali.

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