Friday, June 10, 2016
Children Have Rights! They Are Not a Right, As It Is Claimed by Those Who Support the Laws That Promote Homosexuality
What part Do They Not Understand?
The legalization of the erroneously called homosexual “marriage” also involves the right to adopt by homosexual couples, as if it was a “right” for them*, as well as the teaching of the so called “gender ideology” in schools since the first grades, where from the earliest age children are being taught that men are not born men and women are not born women, but that everyone is entitled to freely choose their gender. And anyone who dares to question this absurd, unnatural and unscientific thesis will be ridiculed and labeled as “homophobic”, “intolerant” and “discriminator”, and must have their ideology modified, even against the will and criteria of their parents. Therefore, we should be aware that these laws affect the whole of the society and not just a small sector. Finally, the goal is to seek a new social pattern to promote homosexual practices and make a direct attack to the natural institution of the family, as it has always existed, since the origin of society, with the aims of perverting it.
Down below you will find the discourse given by a young man who was adopted as a child in which he explains the absurd claim of considering a “right” the fact that homosexuals are able to adopt.
On January 13, 2013, Benoit Talleu, a 17 year old young man, was the speaker at the March for the Family organized by La Manif Pour Tous in Paris, France. He spoke on behalf of the Association for Adopted Children.
Here it is his discourse:
"Hello to all. My name is Benoît Talleu, I am 17 years old. I am from Vietnam but they adopted me as a baby.
My parents adopted seven children, and I am the oldest. I am in this fight against gay adoption, along with associations for adopted children, because I have seen how this discussion has unfolded. People talk about this as if the primary concern were not US -- the adopted children, ourselves.
If you ask what adoptees want, they will give you only one answer: one mother, one father!. The words "mommy and daddy" are the first words that an adoptee learns. Adoptions allow an orphan who has no parents to place a face on these words.
The orphan -- He dreams of his future parents. He imagines them. The desire comes from the depths of his being, this desire for a mother and a father. And it is the orphan that must be heeded first. We must state this with full clarity: An orphan NEEDS a father and a mother.
The difference here is between "needing" and "wanting." The orphan needs a mom and a dad. The couple "wants" a child. Between "needing" and "wanting," I leave it to you to choose.
Is adoption a way of offering a baby to parents who don't have any?
Adopting is not only for people who are sterile. It is not a NECESSITY that a couple be sterile to adopt. Adoption is not a remedy to make sterile people feel better. We are not a remedy. We are not medications! We are not here to make you feel better because of the natural agony you feel over having no child! We are not a prize for you, we are not a right for you! You engage in violence to speak of us as if you have a right, being us!
Our biological mothers had the courage to entrust us with an orphanage. That doesn't mean that we are objects. She may have been in a hopeless situation, perhaps there was no father around. She couldn't make it, but that is not an insult to us.
To give gay couples the "right" to us is a betrayal. It betrays our biological mother's trust and courage! The orphan needs a mother and father. That is not to denounce gay rights to adopt. It is merely to state a creed: All born of a man and a woman. All adopted by a man and a woman!
We hear people say, "living with a gay couple is better than staying in an orphanage." Hear what I say about such an assertion: That statement reeks of dishonesty. There are tens of thousands of hetero couples waiting to adopt us!
Others say: "a gay couple is better than nothing." That is shocking! That is homophobic! The best thing for a child is to have a mom and dad. I will not cease to repeat it.
To say that an orphan, because it is in an orphanage, does not deserve to have any mother, or does not deserve to have any father, is cruel! It is unjust! It is a denial of equality!
Insemination and surrogacy have been struck as provisions from the law for gay marriage and adoption. And I ask you -- what is bad for a child who comes from insemination and surrogacy, can be good for an adopted child? Yes, gay couples may be in love, I do not doubt that. But the needs of the baby in that orphanage will not change!
We hear, "Oh things have evolved. So many countries are okay with gay marriage." But I tell you -- we are a great nation. We are a great democracy. This bill for gay marriage is pure selfishness. The law must protect the weak, and not pander to the wishes of the strongest. Mothers and fathers exist for the children, not the other way around.
France is the nation where the rights of man were born. So we are also the nation for the rights of the child! We are not the nation where children are a right, we are a nation where children have rights!
Mr. President, I tell you now, that we are the ones who matter in all this -- by this I mean all orphans, all orphanages, all adopted children.
Thank you for mobilizing!
For our fathers and mothers!
For the family!”
*NOTE: Adoption is not a right, not even for heterosexuals, since there are marriages that do not qualify to become parents of an adopted child. As for homosexuals, they unreasonably claim to have a “right” to something that nature did not give to them, and use as an example the case of sterile parents. This is an exception to the rule, and if heterosexual couples cannot father children is always due to some particular impediment that, many times, can be fixed, without going against nature. Then, this comparison lacks of support and is absurd, because a homosexual is incapacitated to beget, - always and in every case – by nature. But today they pretend to violate even nature, seeking to impose the unique thought, and anyone who thinks differently will be charged with the worst crime they have invented: “homophoby”, an epithet they use on whoever disagrees with them in that homosexuality is a great “virtue”, even if the other party respects homosexuals, not because of their practices but because they are persons, too, who should be loved, as the commandments ordain us to do. Homosexuals and pro-homosexuals use all kinds of adjectives, such as “intolerant”, “discriminator”, and of course “homophobic”, on everyone who does not support their lifestyle and opposes to the spread and promotion of this practice, which is the ultimate target of all these “laws” that are intended to be imposed at all costs, that is why, once they are passed, as we have seen in other countries, they direct their look towards education, starting in preschool, where the tender minds of the children absorb everything without questioning it. Are we going to allow this for our children?