Hungary Moves to Defend Children
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The brave little nation of Hungary has scored a big win over the global LGBTQ lobby. A law banning content that promotes gender ideology and homosexuality to minors has just passed through the country's Parliament by an overwhelming majority of 157-1.
The pro-child, anti-propaganda law was introduced on Thursday by the ruling Fidesz Party led by prime minister Viktor Orbán. It stipulates that children under the age of 18 cannot be exposed to pornography or content that encourages gender change and homosexuality — whether in schools, entertainment, films or books.
Dr. Gabriella Selmeczi, a Fidesz lawmaker among those who introduced the legislation, anticipated criticism and defended the bill. "True liberalism is when children are left alone with questions about their sexual orientation until the age of 18," she said.
LGBT organizations and allies were swift in denouncing the move. Budapest Pride, a Soros-backed anti-racist LGBTQ organisation, called on U.S. LGBT lobbies and political actors to push the Biden administration to chastise Orbán as they meet throughout the summer. In an online article, the group voiced its opposition to the bill and similar legislation — and to Orbán, noted for his advocacy of a Christian Europe:
Viktor Orbán was implementing homophobic and transphobic laws all year in 2020: he banned legal gender recognition all together for transgender and intersex persons. He banned adoption for gay and lesbian people even as single parents. He added inflammatory sentences to the Constitution like “The father is a man, the mother is a woman,” or “every child has a right to receive Christian upbringing” or “every child has a right to live according to their sex at birth.”
Amnesty International also got in on the act of slamming the bill, saying it would "poison the public." The arch-liberal Amnesty compared the proposal to Russia's "Gay Propaganda Law," formally called the Law for the Purpose of Protecting Children from Information Advocating for a Denial of Traditional Family Values" passed in 2013.
"The law is a copy-paste of Russia and will silence the entire LGBTI-community," tweeted Rémy Bonny, an LGBT activist from Belgium. "[The European Commission] must take harsh sanctions against Hungary immediately!"
Amnesty personnel protesting against the new law in Budapest were faced down by Hungarian Christians and patriots out on the streets to support the government's move to protect Hungarian children from the mental and physical paedophilia of the global liberal elite. The pro-normal demonstration was led by the KTI's Hunagarian Grand Prior, abortion survivor and director of Human Life International - Hungary, Dr. Imre Téglásy Ph.D.