Thursday, June 28, 2012

Gay agenda in Hungary

The video (in German), shows the huge opposition to the gay agenda in Hungary. Homosexuality is still taboo in Hungary as many homosexuals are looked down upon. 

The Hungarian left-wing and its globalist supporters are going to have a hard time promoting gay rights and gay marriage in Hungary. Gay pride parades in such countries as Russia, Croatia, Serbia and Hungary, have all faced opposition and protests by religious and nationalist groups. Central and Eastern European countries all have proud Catholic and Orthodox Christian heritages that are over 1,000 years old. Their Christian religion tells them that marriage is between a man and a women and that sexual relationships between the same sex are morally wrong.

The left-wing and their globalist friends continue to force gay rights and marriage down their throats. It seems that they forced the issue upon North Americans and Western Europeans and won. They are now trying to force the same gay agenda upon Central and Eastern Europeans. One could only imagine what would happen if this was forced upon Muslim and Islamic societies. If such a fundamental change happens in society, it should up to the people to decide it, not a handful of people pushing the agenda to implement it against the will of the majority. The gay agenda pushers like to say that 10 percent of a population is gay. This in fact is a lie, when really the number of gays in a population range anywhere from two to five percent.

The Budapest Pride Parade began in 1997 and has been held annually since. The parades in 2007 and 2008 were severely disrupted by far right-wing and nationalist groups. Even average Hungarians could be seen protesting as well. Homosexuality in Hungary is still taboo and gays are generally looked down upon in Hungarian society. That probably explains why only about 2,000 participants take part in the Budapest Pride Parade every year. I wonder what the costs are to the Hungarian taxpayer to cover the costs of police protection during the parade? Do the parade organizers pay for the police protection? If they don't, it is not fair for the Hungarian taxpayer to hold the bill for the 2,000 people who participate in this event. 

The disruptions to the parades in 2007 and 2008 pale in comparison to the disruptions that took place in other countries. Previous gay pride parades in Croatia, Serbia and Russia in recent years, had large numbers of people who protested against the participants and assaulted them. It seems that the protesters in Russia and Serbia, both Orthodox Christian countries, are more violently resistant to the imposition of the gay agenda in their countries. 

The next Budapest Pride Parade will be held on the first Saturday in July. Most certainly there will be opposition groups on hand to protest the parade as in previous years. The Budapest Police wanted to cancel the event this year, but due to international pressure, changed their minds and allowed the event to proceed. Whether the protests against the parade get violent as in 2007 and 2008 is yet to be seen. The Euro Games (Gay Olympics), which began this week in Budapest, have already seen some protest by local residents as signs protesting the event have already been posted in public view.

There is definitely an agenda to push gay rights and marriage on the Hungarian people. The conservative government of Hungary has countered this by enshrining in the new constitution that marriage is between a man and a woman. The government has stood up for the traditional Christian values of Hungary. For this, they have endured the wrath of the international left and globalists who support and spread the gay agenda. Hungarians and other Eastern Europeans will show the globalists that they will not be easily conquered as their western counterparts have been. The Hungarian Socialist Party recently announced that it will support gay marriage in its political platform. This could kill their chances in winning the next election as most Hungarians will not accept such a drastic change to their society.