Monday, May 16, 2016

Hillary Clinton Seeks To Give To Caesar What Is God’s: She Wants Governments To Redefine Religious Dogmas


“Deep-seated cultural codes, religious beliefs and structural biases have to be changed. Governments should throw the power of state coercion behind the effort to redefine traditional religious dogmas.” These were the words of Democratic presidential aspirate for the U.S. presidency, Hillary Clinton, during a conference on feminism in New York’s Lincoln Center.

The politician – who supports the recognition of abortion as a woman’s right – said to the crowd that conscientious objections based on religious beliefs are what motivates discrimination against women and homosexuals - for example, the opposition of the Church to Obama’s healthcare system that forces the financing of contraceptives and abortions - and therefore such beliefs must be eliminated. “Rights have to exist in practice, not just on paper. Laws have to be backed up with resources and political will,” added the candidate. After defending ‘sexual and reproductive health’ (euphemism used for abortion) and government funding of organizations like Planned Parenthood (the largest abortion center in the United States), Clinton criticized the fact that there are those who “emerge as leaders and prefer to leave without funding an organization such as Planned Parenthood.” 

It is not the first time the Democratic politician unveils her specific war against religion. In 2011, during a conference in Genoa, the then Secretary of State stated that one of the main social problems is the appeal to religious convictions in order to “limit the human rights of the LGBT community”.

Her statements were already answered: the representative of the Catholic League Bill Donohue stressed that it was the first time that an aspirant to the presidency of the U.S. declared publicly and notable a war on religion. “Running for president on the basis of promising to use the power of government to put an end to religious beliefs might be the most honest progressive slogan in history”, says ironically Ed Morrissey in “To imply that a nation that was built over the pillar of religious liberty will use State Force to change religious practices is a statement without precedent”, concluded the analysts.

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