Slovakia Catholics surprised by their media
Catholics and all sensible people in the UK are pleased with the result of the Slovak referendum on the family; here are the results as given on CitizenGo’s website:
The referendum asked 3 questions:
1) On Marriage: Do you agree that no other cohabitation but the union between one man and one woman should be called marriage? 94.50% YES vote in the referendum.
2) On Adoption: Do you agree that neither same-sex couples, nor groups, shall be allowed to adopt children and subsequently raise them? 92.43% YES vote in the referendum.
3) On Sex Education and Euthanasia: Do you agree that schools cannot require the participation of children in classes dedicated to sexual behavior or euthanasia if their parents or the children themselves do not agree with the content of the lessons? 90.32% YES vote in the referendum.
This is not only a great victory for the family but for common sense. The referendum needed to achieve over 50% of the electorate to vote for it to become law, however, it only managed to achieve a turnout of 21.4% this was still better than the EU elections which only achieved 13.05%. No referendum these days in Slovakia has had a valid turnout. So put in perspective this is a massive victory for the family. It would have been even better if there had not been a media campaign to spread confusion among the voters beforehand. There were long articles on how wonderful homosexuals are and all the great things they do and have done. Catholic Slovaks were surprised by this. They had long articles in their secular newspaper and programmes on their TV on Gay explorers, Gay musicians, Gay Artists, Gay Charity workers, Gay scientists, Gay virtually everything. Oh, and Gayness as God’s gift to sexuality.
One good Slovak Catholic asked me where has all this pro-Gay everything in the media come from. I said need you ask – it’s all being funded by rich western media savvy homosexuals and their population controller bedfellows.
Sign petition of support here http://citizengo.org/en/16935-support-slovakian-family-referendum