Liberal Australian Greens want to wipe out religious programs, replace them with LGBT agenda
The Australian Greens party has hardened its stance on the LGBT agenda in view of the 2019 federal elections to the Senate on May 18 and the House of Representatives on November 2.
The long list of “LGBTIQ+” policies the Greens want to implement includes a commitment to end an existing program funding the presence of religious chaplains in public schools and to use the money in favor of “secular” and “inclusive” support for “diverse” students. A massive majority of school chaplains are Christian.
Through the years, the Australian Greens added other concerns to their list, favoring heavier taxation, socialist policies, and all the facets of the culture of death,
including the liberalization of drug use and the legalization of euthanasia and same-sex “marriage.”
Their recently adopted commitments on “Sexuality – Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual & Queer Issues” call “freedom of sexuality” a “fundamental human right:” “acceptance and celebration of people of diverse sexuality, e.g. lesbian, gay, bisexual and queer, are essential for genuine social justice and equality,” according to the party’s official platform.
From compulsory sex education about “the diversity of sexuality” to absolute rights for gender identification as described in their “Sexual Orientation, Gender Identity and Intersex,”
the Australian Greens massively support the removal of all restrictions and “discriminations” in the field, including restrictions on medical hormone treatment for young people.
Other anti-religious initiatives are included on the list, in particular “the removal of religious exemptions from anti-discrimination laws.” Religious and private schools are especially targeted.