On August 18, 2015, the Jew York Times in an article entitled, State Department Fights for Rights of Gay Envoy, claimed that while the US State Department lectures other nations how to treat LGBT communities within their borders, its own hiring policy discriminates against same-sex married couples. Andrew Siddon, the writer, claimed that about 50% positions around the world are off-limit to the gay/lesbian couples.
“From the earliest years of Obama administration, the State Department has made securing the rights of gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender people around the world a priority. But the department is increasingly trying to secure equal opportunities for the group much closer to home: its own employees,” Siddon said.
Siddon forgot to mention Randy Berry, an openly gay US diplomat who served in Netherlands, Uganda, Egypt, Nepal and Bangladesh in the past. In February, 2015, John Kerry, born into a Jewish family, appointed Berry as State Department’s first international envoy for LGBT rights.
Afraid to be called anti-Semites by the Jewish Lobby, in July 2015, nearly 125 US lawmakers sent a letter to John Kerry, demanding that the State Department deny visas to the spouses of diplomats from countries that refuse to recognize same-sex spouses of Foreign Service personnel. Frankly, I was disappointed to find out that those Zionist donkeys didn’t mention Iran or Israel in the letter.
Incidentally, it was former secretary of state, Hillary Clinton, who gets the credit for giving the same-sex couples their due rights at the State Department.
Jewish Rep. David Cicilline (D-R.I) and Sen. Jeff Merkley (D-Ore) have recently introduced a bill seeking equal rights for gays and lesbians in federal employment and housing.
The Jewish-controlled Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC) is even running a campaign to ban gay-lesbian conversion therapy.
There are only 20 countries which have declared same-sex marriage kosher. However, 75 countries still remains to be ‘civilized’ for declaring it illegal.
Ironically, homosexuality is banned in US-Israel top Asian ally, India.
In case you don’t know – there is a World Congress of Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, and Transgender Jews. It represents, according to its official website, 50 organizations from Israel, France, Canada, Argentina, Australia, UK, Chile, Mexico, Netherlands and United States.
The American government doesn’t want to learn that a great majority of people around the world reject to adopt West’s Jewish values, such as, homosexuality, pornography, capitalism, socialism, freedom of press, human rights, and even democracy.
I’m glad, Philip Giraldi saved me from answering the Jew York Times’ whining.
“Being part of diplomatic mission is a privilege and not a universal right, and both by law and convention the host country pretty much set the rules on who may enter and under what conditions. The Vienna Convention on diplomatic relations stipulate that any country can expel or refuse to accept the presence of a foreign diplomat without providing any reasons whatsoever,” Giraldi said.
On April 7, 2014, the Jewish Lobby controlled US Senate passed a bill banning Iran’s new ambassador to United Nations, Hamid Aboutalebi, to enter the country on the charges that as a student he took part in the occupation of US embassy in Tehran in 1979.