By BBN Staff: On Monday at a meeting of the United Nations, Belize’s Ambassador, Lois Young, voted in favor of a pro LGBT agenda after UN voting records indicated that she had voted against it.The Belize Action Team led by Pastor Scott Stirm sent out a statement yesterday informing that the UN approved the appointment of a Global LGBT Advocate tasked with lobbying for homosexual rights in all countries.
According to the release from Stirm, “53 African nations had tabled a resolution to defer this appointment claiming that there is no International legal basis for empowering such a position to enforce ‘homosexual rights’ upon nations.”
Belize had voted along with these African nations but went on later to change its vote.
Decriminalizing same-sex. relationships
No longer treating LGBTI people as if they had a “problem” or “disorder”
Officially recognizing people’s Gender Identity status
Clarifying misconstructions and misinterpretations
Integrating “sexual orientation and gender identity empathy” into curriculums from childhood onwards
Stirm and his organization went on the record to express their grave disappointment at the vote made by our ambassador.
“Belize needs to know that their Government voted in favour of the United Nations globally imposing of homosexual rights to the nations in direct violation to the Universal Declaration of Human Rights,” the release concluded.