President Obama of the US has made no secret in promoting the Gay Agenda worldwide. He has appointed openly gay ambassadors who have stated: “President Obama recently said that “all people deserve to live free from fear, violence, and discrimination, regardless of who they are or whom they love.” The Administration has backed up those words with actions, including through the issuance of a Presidential Memorandum to advance the human rights of LGBTI persons worldwide.”
In 2013, the US Embassy in Manila even issued a visa to its first same sex couple. Same sex union is illegal in the Philippines. And recently, “US President Barack Obama nominated Eric Fanning to become the next secretary of the Army, the White House said on Friday, paving the way for the first openly gay leader of a military service branch in US history.”
We need leaders like those seen in Kenya, who have rebuffed the Gay Agenda of Obama. Atelier reports the statement of President Kenyatta: “But there are some things that we must admit we don’t share, our culture, our societies don’t accept. It is very difficult for us to be able to impose on people that which they themselves do not accept.. This is why I repeatedly say for Kenyans today the [gay rights issue] is generally a non-issue. We want to focus on other areas that are day to day living for our people. But as of now, the fact remains that this issue is not really an issue that is on the foremost mind of Kenyans, and that is a fact.”
“He never fumbled. His body language, posture and demeanor carried the sovereignty of our people. He made us proud as Kenyans. It demonstrated that we are a sovereign nation and we are not living as underdogs,” Senator Kipchumba Murkomen of Elgeyo-Marakwet said.”
May the Philippines be as brave.