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Varadkar - Great news for Ireland

This week Leo Varadkar attended the UN General Assembly meeting in New York. During the event Varadkar used the occasion to speak on a topic which is dear to his heart. No, not the Irish people or their country, rather his top priority, lgbtq+ issues.

In doing so, he gave the Irish people a great boost of hope when he stated that “pushback against LGBTI” rights were on the increase. It was music to the ears of many Irish people to hear that many more people are finally getting more in touch with their morality side.

Unfortunately, Varadkar did state that the pushback against depravity has given rise to violence and hatred. Violence and hatred is always wrong, but one wonders if the violence and hate Varadkar speaks of is merely thought crime and hate speech which he and his cabinet seek to criminalise in the near future? If so, then it appears it would not take any great degree of severity to be classed as hate.

On the other hand, if he is referring to real violence then that of course must be condemned. But it is not violent nor is it hateful to tell our brothers and sisters who are enslaved by the sin of pride or sodomy that they are on a path to hell unless they repent. Indeed we have a duty to correct each other whether it be a sin related to the lgbt or sins of adultery, lust, lying drunkenness or any other sin. As the Holy Word of God says in Ezekiel -

If, when I say to the wicked, Thou shalt surely die: thou declare it not to him, nor speak to him, that he may be converted from his wicked way, and live: the same wicked man shall die in his iniquity, but I will require his blood at thy hand. But if thou give warning to the wicked, and he be not converted from his wickedness, and from his evil way: he indeed shall die in his iniquity, but thou hast delivered thy soul.

Despite Varadkar’s attempts to slur the attempted return to morals as violence and hate crime, there are many who will not be deterred from continuing to speak out on the immorality of the lgbt movement which seeks to encourage people to go against the natural law and to mock God with their celebration of pride. Pride as many are aware is one of the seven deadly sins. Pride will ruin people and will ruin a nation. Therefore, pride should not be celebrated. Instead we as a nation should promote virtue. As St Augustine said “It was pride that changed angels into devils; it is humility that makes men as angels”.

In Ireland, the Lgbt movement has successfully infiltrated the government with ministers in key positions such as the office of minister for children. From there, they have introduced gravely immoral books into libraries and are now pushing full steam ahead with trying to introduce those and similar books into schools in order to corrupt the minds of the youth. This may well prove to be their downfall as many parents' natural defence of their children kicks in. The blatant attempts by lgbt groups to target children in recent years through a new sex ed program has given rise to many parents groups being formed to oppose their diabolical plans. Aontú, which was set up in response to government attacks on children, has also taken a strong stand against the new sex ed program. It will be a stance which will surely gain many votes for Aontú.

Varadkar also stated “that we are not here to lecture or dictate to others, but to share our journey”.

What does the history of Ireland teach other nations? Hopefully it will teach them that if they acquiesce to the requests of a few who say they only want equal rights, it will not be long until those few become many who openly target children.


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