USAID launches its global LGBT mission

Sunday, March 6, 2016
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Michael F. Haverluck (OneNewsNow.com)

White House emblem (pink background)The United States Agency for International Development (USAID) is expanding its massive humanitarian aid global mission to include funding for the propagation of homosexuality — using U.S. tax dollars — as it works hand-in-hand with the LGBT activists.

USAID Mission Director for the Dominican Republic Alexandria L. Panehal announced that her organization plans to spend $1 million to finance the promotion of the LGBT agenda worldwide — an aggressive campaign that gives contributions to LGBT politicians who plan to run in upcoming elections across the globe.

"We have established two funds through USAID in order to finance these activities throughout the world,” Panehal told reporters and a press conference in the Dominican Republic capital city of Santo Dominigo, according to LifeSiteNews. “And thanks be to God the Dominican Republic won the grant that has made it possible for us to strengthen the efforts on behalf of the LGBT community."

As a government agency, USAID is spending large amounts of American taxpayers’ dollars to spread the homosexual agenda across the globe.

The USAID LGBT Vision for Action web page boasts about its core principles and mission. This special section is dedicated as a special section of USAID’s publicly funded website to celebrate the U.S. government’s goal to spread the homosexual lifestyle on a global scale.

“The USAID Vision for Action demonstrates both internally and externally the Agency's commitment to LGBT inclusion,” the site proclaims. “It provides a set of overarching core principles for engagement on LGBT inclusion and further socializes LGBT inclusion through the Agency.”

Forwarding Obama’s LGBT agenda

USAID is taking a central role in spreading LGBT laws and domination in the political process globally, as stated in a critical memorandum it has issued. The document sets the framework for the government agency’s mandate to impose and enforce the homosexual lifestyle — and enact the protection and promotion of sexual immorality upon the world as something to be celebrated and not avoided.

A Closer LookThe memorandum authored by USAID mentions how it is on board with the Obama administration’s goal to spread the brand of LGBT morality abroad.

"[In the] groundbreaking Presidential Memorandum, President Barack Obama directed USAID and all federal agencies engaged abroad to ensure that the United States promotes and protects the rights of LGBT people," the USAID memorandum proclaims.

Obama has reportedly wasted little time to spread the homosexual agenda after leading efforts from the White House to ensure that all 50 states in America legalize same-sex “marriage” — a goal that was ultimately achieved through a landmark U.S. Supreme Court decision during his second term of presidency.

“The Dominican Republic has been a special target of the Obama administration's foreign policy [promoting the] LGBT agenda,” LifeSiteNews reports. “[This was] evidenced by the appointment of the first ‘married’ homosexual ambassador, Wally Brewster, [who was] sent to influence the Caribbean nation that currently outlaws homosexual unions, along with [the aggressive promotion of] polygamous unions and other disordered sexual behavior as harmful to society.”

Brewster, who celebrated the launch of the Dominican Republic’s U.S.-sponsored LGBT chamber of commerce alongside Panehal, has reportedly been very intentional in making public appearances as the “husband” alongside his same-sex/homosexual “spouse.” As a U.S. ambassador, Brewster regularly tours schools with his “gay” partner in apparent attempts to desensitize young children to sexual immorality and promote same-sex marriage.

With the intensity of the U.S.’s homosexual agenda in the Dominican Republic, residents ascribing to traditional and family values find themselves in a difficult situation, as the Obama administration will withdraw its financial support if Dominican officials do not carry out its directives — clearly stating that its funds are on the condition of the island nation upholding its LGBT policies.

“Local activists are at a loss as to what to do, as the United States government appears willing to use the full force of the government to coercively promote an agenda that is not supported by the people, but which cannot be opposed without risking the loss of vital financial resources,” LifeSiteNews reports.

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