Saturday, December 6, 2014

Deceiving Parliamentarians on Transgender Bill C-279: The Yogyakarta Principles

REAL Women of Canada
When the Transgender Bill C-279 was introduced by homosexual activist NDP MP, Randall Garrison, in the House of Commons on September 21, 2011, he stated that the definition of gender identity in his bill, taken directly from the controversial Yogyakarta Principles, was a part of international law since the UN had adopted the Yogyakarta Principles.  This was a false statement.  Not one single member of the international community has ever accepted the Yogyakarta Principles.  This is due to the fact that the Yogyakarta Principles, if implemented, would interfere with religious rights and freedom of expression by imposing unrestricted homosexuality, transgenderism and other questionable sexual behaviour on religious faiths as well as the rest of society.

Consequently, the Yogyakarta Principles have not been accepted by the United Nations as it has been repeatedly rejected by the UN General Assembly, the UN Human Rights Council and other UN bodies.

Even though not one single member of the international community has accepted the Yogyakarta Principles, this hasn’t stopped the promoters of the Yogyakarta Principles from continuing efforts to have it approved.  (more...)

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