LGBTQ advocacy has changed

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LGBTQ advocacy has changed

Monday, October 07, 2019

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Dear Editor,

Up until 1973 the American Psychiatric Association (APA) had stated that homosexuality was considered a disease that needed treatment. However, today the APA plays a vital role in the equality fight for the LGBTQ community.

Today, LGBTQ activists worldwide operate as an aggressive cancer. The shift has changed from human rights to dictatorship, where countries and individuals must accept this movement, or else. The US and the United Nations have made it quite clear, there will be further pressure placed on Jamaica if there is no improvement on the matter.

I would expect no better in these last days from these outside elements. Now, to the Jamaican people who stand for God and sound morality and righteousness. During the time of slavery, slave traders used a method called “buck busting” to break the morale of the black man. Today that same homosexual spirit is still silencing others who will fight against it.

To this Jamaican Government I say, be careful what you are getting this nation into. Do not bend us over to the great “Babylon”. Protect the family and the nation from the “shadow master”.

Now, on a separate issue. I ask the current Government, what is so secretive that this generation will have to wait an additional 50 years to access information? What do you have to hide?

Pastor K Edwards

God, Life and The Family International

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