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Brazilian President Calls Prejudice Against Gays a Perverse Disease

Brazilian President Lula shows gay banner June 5 was a landmark day for the international homosexual movement.  For the first time in history, the president of a nation officially launched a conference with the sole purpose of promoting and defending the homosexual agenda.

Brazilian President Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva had the First National Conference of Gays, Lesbians, Bisexuals, Transvestites and Transsexuals (GLBT), inaugurated by presidential decree, and called for "a time of reparation" in Brazil.

Accompanied by six ministers, Lula exhorted all those opposed to the gay-rights movement to "open and purify their minds." Lula then announced his complete support for the homosexual movement, saying that he is "going to do all that is possible so that the criminalization of homophobia and the civil union may be approved."

After calling for a universal embrace of the homosexual movement, the president affirmed that "homophobia" is perhaps "the most perverse disease impregnated in the human head. We need to like ourselves the way we are."

Seated in the first row of the conference were Luiz Mott, Toni Reis, Sergio Mamberti, Senator Fátima Cleide, Rep. Cida Diogo and gay militant Beto de Jesus.  There was also a large international presence as delegates from 14 countries attended the event. This groundbreaking homosexual convention under government sponsorship is one of the many such national and international efforts funded and led by the Lula administration.

The homosexual website MixBrasil reports that Human Rights Secretary Paulo Vannuchi "remembered the Holocaust," comparing the killing of six million Jews to that of five-fifteen thousand homosexuals.  Vannuchi also suggested that there were significant similarities between the homosexual movement and the fight against the enslavement of the blacks. He then received a long, standing ovation for suggesting that, "homophobia is incompatible with democracy."

According to MixBrasil, Vannuchi "finished his speech by giving three recommendations to the homosexual movement: It should not get lost in fighting, it should understand that its opponents are people imprisoned by taboos that use more strategies to convince than to confront, and it should understand that the homosexual fight is part of other human rights fights, like the fight for children, disabled, blacks and aged."

When the time came for the pro-abortion Health Minister José Gomes Temporão to give his speech, he credited the fight against AIDS to homosexual rights activists. Gomes, who has for a long time been manifesting support for the legalization of abortion in Brazil, also announced that by late June public hospitals would begin to perform sex change surgeries.

In his speech, Toni Reis, president of ABGLT (Brazilian Association of Gays, Lesbians, Bisexuals, Transvestites and Transsexuals), presented a proposal for the creation of a statute for homosexuals, following the pattern of Brazil's Child and Adolescent Statute.

The Child and Adolescent Statute lays out in great detail the specific rights, protections and privileges enjoyed by and the responsibility of the state and civil society for children and adolescents. Reis also asked for the approval of homosexuality in the form of the civil union, as well as the criminalization of homophobia, to which Lula applauded vehemently.

"We will stop at nothing to approve gay rights," Reis said.

Concluding his appeal, Paulo Vannuchi brought a four-year old girl to the lap of President Lula and on the microphone he exclaimed, "Brazil without homophobia!"

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  • jb

    you’ve got to be kidding me
    lula needs to look around at a country whose government has failed them. corruption is rampant, child prostitution is normative, and the perversion is opposition to homosexuality? please. How about a special day for the wealthy emerging upper-class brazilians to actually care for the poor, those living in the favelas, and in the interior. if homophobia is one of brazil’s biggest problems, lula is truly retarded…

  • João da Silva

    Ch.c
    [quote]Great your answer.
    I am christian, and applaude you ! [/quote]

    Oh, thanks Ch.c. I have read history too.

    Perhaps you did not read my comments on the “corporal” who mesmerized the folks in Germany . Give power to an illiterate or semi one and he could bring a nation to its knees by putting people against each other. I don’t have to explain to you further. Many others here also share my view!

  • ch.c.

    Joao !!!!
    Great your answer.
    I am christian, and applaude you !

    then you can see how the mentality of your leaders are filthy.
    In one side…they say something….the other side…the exact opposite.

    Same for slaves in sugarcane fields and nearly ALL subjects, such as in charcoal industry, sex with minors, abuse of children or whatever subject they open their mouth.

    To Costa :
    I think you should spend a few months in Brazilian jails with 20 males in the same cell.
    Quite Normal….in Brazil.
    Sex for food….you will love it.

  • João da Silva

    [quote]The homosexual website MixBrasil reports that Human Rights Secretary Paulo Vannuchi “remembered the Holocaust,” comparing the killing of six million Jews to that of five-fifteen thousand homosexuals. Vannuchi also suggested that there were significant similarities between the homosexual movement and the fight against the enslavement of the blacks. He then received a long, standing ovation for suggesting that, “homophobia is incompatible with democracy.”[/quote]

    Pure “PalhaÀƒ§ada” to compare “the killing of 6 Million Jews ” to that of five-fifteen thousand homosexuals.Is Vannuchi expecting to get some funding from WJC ?

  • CHC À¢€“ Chronicle Herpes Carrier
    The man with itchy genitalsÀ¢€¦ Listen here, your country is calling upon you for service!

    Maybe, you can seduce the enemy with your overwhelming charmÀ¢€¦

    GrrrrrrrrÀ¢€¦.

    Costa

  • mcv

    just like gay marriage!!!on the USarmy!!every thing is like just one more on the news!!! 😮

  • ch.c.

    “Paulo Vannuchi brought a four-year old girl to the lap of President Lula and on the microphone he exclaimed, …..
    “Brazil without homophobia!”

    Hmmmmmm…strange relation …four year old girl to the lap etc and …… “Brazil without homophobia!”

    And of course in total contradiction with the preceding article published recently……where the army or police (whatever) intervened during the TV show.
    Is the army or the police NOT part of the government, executing their job based upon Government laws, orders or policies ????

    Another simple trick fron His Highness !!!!!

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