Strong families can resist the new sexual revolution

Nov 22, 2017 by

by Veronika Winkels, MercatorNet:

Hours after the results of Australia’s plebiscite on same-sex marriage were released, Family Edge’s Veronika Winkels sat down with German sociologist and Catholic convert Gabriele Kuby to hear her thoughts on the effects this social development will have on Australians.. Ms Kuby, author of The Global Sexual Revolution, was on a speaking tour of Australia at the invitation of Parousia Media. The following is an edited excerpt from a videoed interview.

FE: In light of the majority yes vote, what advice do you have for Australians who voted no?

GK: We are living in an age of a global attack on marriage and family, and this result only comes about through very severe manipulation of the minds of people. I have been told many instances of how severe [the yes campaign] was, as it was in Ireland. Our opponents receive billions of money from the global network of international organizations, the UN, EU, together with the billionaire foundations: Rockefeller, Bill Gates, George Soros. They are all behind this strategy and they put their billions into this struggle around the world — along with the media and national governments.

Also, we have a deep human desire to be part of the pack. I think this must be something very deep in us because, in the history of human societies, you had to be part of it or you wouldn’t survive So we want to move with the mainstream, we want to be accepted.

This instinct is manipulated by an ideology that uses concepts that sound good: human rights, equality, justice, non-discrimination, tolerance, and we are all for that, of course, we are all for that.

So it is very hard to resist this battle. It is fought on a very sophisticated level of social science — how you change the attitudes of people — and this is the result. In states of the US where campaigns like this didn’t take place, most voted against same-sex marriage.

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