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  • ross1948 08:34 on August 18, 2020 Permalink | Reply
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    Oz Bias Channel – ABC Sly Push For Gender-Bender Istanbul Pact 


    Watching the depressing news from Melbourne today, when ABC switched to international matters, and a horrible report about Turkish women being brutalised and even killed by men.

    In the midst of this, the female ABC reporter suddenly described the Ankara government’s contemplation of quitting an international agreement aimed at violence against women!

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    As she continued, it became clear that she was referring to the notorious Istanbul Convention…

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    ….which we know is a Trojan Horse.

    Check out the reality of its content, as given, chapter and verse, by a truthful European source –

     ….the Convention went far beyond this, with its final text including sections that could not be incorporated into our domestic law because they run counter to Hungary’s constitution, the Fundamental Law.

    One of these sections is found in Article 3(c), where the Convention defines “gender” as “socially constructed roles, behaviours, activities and attributes that a given society considers appropriate for women and men.”

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    This “social gender” definition, however, conflicts with Hungary’s constitution because the clause denies that there are only two biological genders, male and female. Without biological genders, for example, Hungary’s constitutional definition of marriage (the matrimony of a man and a woman) would become void.

    And if something contradicts the Fundamental Law, it cannot be adopted by Parliament.

    In Chapter VII. Article 60 on “gender-based asylum claims,” however, the Istanbul Convention goes even further, attempting to intervene in the sensitive field of migration policy.

    It requires that signatories to “take the necessary legislative or other measures to ensure that gender-based violence against women may be recognised as a form of persecution.”

    That’s a representation of an Indonesian legendary monster – a ‘Genderwo!’

    Such an extension of the legal category of “persecution” could clearly lead to a dramatic increase in the number of migrants who set out westward to Europe.

    Also, there is one possible interpretation of Articles 60 and 61 that would automatically grant “gender-based asylum” to applicants.

    In other words, if certain conditions are met, the ratification of the Istanbul Convention would mean that Hungary may be forced to grant entry to illegal migrants

    Have You Even Heard Of The Istanbul Convention! ..

    Read it all!

    Bad stuff!

    That pact does indeed cover what the ABC hackette said, but is also carefully constructed to include subversion of traditional values…

    Strasbourg Slug – Bail-Out Cash Must Enforce Gender-Bender Pact 

    ….and threaten sovereign nations’ control of ‘migrants!’

    No doubt Erdolf’s Turkey, with its increasing slide down his preferred sexist sectarian agenda, is no paradise for women.

    But the remedy surely cannot be a globalist diktat designed to promote decadence.

     
  • ross1948 10:21 on August 9, 2020 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , Brussels Bail-out, , , Istanbul Convention, , , , Renew liberals, Samira Rafaela MEP,   

    Strasbourg Slug – Bail-Out Cash Must Enforce Gender-Bender Pact 


    This is not about supposedly traditional values – when was violence against women ever a value? – it is about living up to the European values we all signed up to. We have to put pressure on Poland to keep its commitments.

    This should be a part of the conditionality attached to the MFF and the recovery fund.

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    Dutch MEP Samira Rafaela

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    You can’t have all the benefits of European integration while undermining European values.

    https://euobserver.com/stakeholders/149092

    WHOSE Values?

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    This woman, a ‘Dutch liberal MEP,’ affiliated to the ‘Renew’ bloc of Strasbourg Slugs, fulminating against the valiant Poles..

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    …is lying in her teeth!

    Regardless of whether we consider that Brussels Empire’s degenerate agenda…

    Brussels Boosts Trans-Freak Agenda! 

    …which shovels tons of tax-payers’ money into subsidising agitation and propaganda by so-called ‘NGOs’ promoting sexual deviation…

    EUSSR Splurges YOUR Money for Perverts to Lobby EUSSR! 

    …has anything to do with what decent people across Europe regard as values, the Istanbul Convention is NOT confined to violence against women, which all civilised countries have serious laws to handle.

    Her dishonesty is crystal-clear by the way she hides the actual text of the pact she defends, but we have the reality of its content, as given, chapter and verse, by a truthful source –   –

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     ….the Convention went far beyond this, with its final text including sections that could not be incorporated into our domestic law because they run counter to Hungary’s constitution, the Fundamental Law.

    One of these sections is found in Article 3(c), where the Convention defines “gender” as “socially constructed roles, behaviours, activities and attributes that a given society considers appropriate for women and men.”

    .

    .

    This “social gender” definition, however, conflicts with Hungary’s constitution because the clause denies that there are only two biological genders, male and female. Without biological genders, for example, Hungary’s constitutional definition of marriage (the matrimony of a man and a woman) would become void.

    And if something contradicts the Fundamental Law, it cannot be adopted by Parliament.

    In Chapter VII. Article 60 on “gender-based asylum claims,” however, the Istanbul Convention goes even further, attempting to intervene in the sensitive field of migration policy.

    It requires that signatories to “take the necessary legislative or other measures to ensure that gender-based violence against women may be recognised as a form of persecution.”

    That’s a representation of an Indonesian legendary monster – a ‘Genderwo!’

    Such an extension of the legal category of “persecution” could clearly lead to a dramatic increase in the number of migrants who set out westward to Europe.

    Also, there is one possible interpretation of Articles 60 and 61 that would automatically grant “gender-based asylum” to applicants.

    In other words, if certain conditions are met, the ratification of the Istanbul Convention would mean that Hungary may be forced to grant entry to illegal migrants

    Have You Even Heard Of The Istanbul Convention! ..

    Read it all!

    Bad enough that this deceitful ‘Dutch liberal’ thinks citizens can be deflected from the truth…

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    ….but her arrogant audacity, demanding that the recent dodgy bail-out deal be used as a club to bash countries where decency prevails into submission, is an outrage!

     
    • Warwick 10:49 on August 9, 2020 Permalink | Reply

      Very good.
      I just finished applauding your previous words and you provide more reasons to cheer.
      The extracts from the Istanbul Convention’s own text prove the MEP is not telling the truth.
      Your definition of MEPs as ‘Strasbourg Slugs.’ is perfect.

      Like

  • ross1948 15:10 on May 15, 2020 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , , , Istanbul Convention,   

    Have You Even Heard Of The Istanbul Convention! 



    More sound sense from Hungary’s Zoltan Kovacs, who has been foremost in the fight against wannabe meddlers in Brussels and Strasbourg.

    Spain’s Left Regime Gags Media – Not A Peep From Pinkos 

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    Zoltan Kovacs

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    This time he’s penned a succinct, powerful case against a supranational pact concocted by the sticky-beaks of the Council of Europe!

    NB – as often, I have inserted illustrations to enhance the visual appearance of the page. If you don’t like them, blame me!

    Yes to protection of women, no to gender ideology and illegal migration

    The Hungarian Parliament passed a declaration this week, refusing the ratification of the Istanbul Convention.

    Here’s why.

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    Acting upon an initiative of the governing Fidesz-KDNP alliance, Hungary’s National Assembly passed this week a declaration that refuses to ratify the Council of Europe’s Convention on preventing and combating violence against women and domestic violence, dated 2011 and widely known as the..

    Istanbul Convention.”

    The protection of women and the fight against domestic violence have always been of central importance to the government.

    In fact, it was an Orbán Government that issued a zero-tolerance policy on violence against women when it took power in 2010 and assigned to domestic violence an independent statutory definition in the new criminal code of 2013.

    Had the Convention stuck to the protection of women’s rights, Hungary would have been among the first countries to ratify it and adopt corresponding domestic legislation. In fact, we have already included most of the Convention’s recommendations, those pertaining to the protection of women, into Hungarian law.

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    But the Convention went far beyond this, with its final text including sections that could not be incorporated into our domestic law because they run counter to Hungary’s constitution, the Fundamental Law.

    One of these sections is found in Article 3(c), where the Convention defines “gender” as “socially constructed roles, behaviours, activities and attributes that a given society considers appropriate for women and men.”

    .

    .

    This “social gender” definition, however, conflicts with Hungary’s constitution because the clause denies that there are only two biological genders, male and female. Without biological genders, for example, Hungary’s constitutional definition of marriage (the matrimony of a man and a woman) would become void.

    And if something contradicts the Fundamental Law, it cannot be adopted by Parliament.

    In Chapter VII. Article 60 on “gender-based asylum claims,” however, the Istanbul Convention goes even further, attempting to intervene in the sensitive field of migration policy.

    It requires that signatories to “take the necessary legislative or other measures to ensure that gender-based violence against women may be recognised as a form of persecution.”

    Such an extension of the legal category of “persecution” could clearly lead to a dramatic increase in the number of migrants who set out westward to Europe.

    Also, there is one possible interpretation of Articles 60 and 61 that would automatically grant “gender-based asylum” to applicants.

    In other words, if certain conditions are met, the ratification of the Istanbul Convention would mean that Hungary may be forced to grant entry to illegal migrants…

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    …on grounds that run contrary to Hungary’s well-established policy of discouraging and putting an end to migration.

    It is difficult not to see the Convention as yet another attempt by pro-migration groups to find a way to force the issue of migration.

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    Migrant savages attack Hungarian border

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    By refusing the ratification of the Istanbul Convention, Hungary, says “Yes!” to the protection of women but “No!” to gender ideology and illegal migration.

    http://abouthungary.hu/blog/yes-to-protection-of-women-no-to-gender-ideology-and-illegal-migration/

     
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