Scott Stirm Says Some Animals are not More Equal than Others
According to Stirm, the U.N.’s endorsement continues and possibly accelerates the slippery slide of humanity toward accepting abnormal and harmful behaviour. He also contends that it harms the freedoms guaranteed under the 1948 Universal Declaration of Human Rights formed in the aftermath of the Jewish Holocaust and the Second World War. To defeat this, he said, all people of faith and loving Christ must come together and stand up.
Pastor Scott Stirm, Director, Belize Action
“It is something that we’re seeing happening all over the world which is a top-down influence. We just got the report that the I.M.F. is starting to put the squeeze on the country of Belize; the I.M.F. is also recommending the removal of the church-state education system. You put all these factors together and say, “Folks, here it comes;” this is what we have been saying for the past six years, while our opponents are saying that we are fear-mongering, and here it is: it is dropping right on our nation, and so what we are saying is folks, you need to wake up and you need to realize what is coming down the pipe to our nation. And sadly, our Government is telling us, no, we are not going to do this, and then they go out and sign on to these things.”
“Have we reached the point of no return with this vote?”
“No, I don’t believe so; it’s a United Nations vote but we are a sovereign country, and it’s just a matter of us and exercising that resolve in our country and what we want; and our position is this a clear violation of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. The Universal Declaration of Human Rights is crystal clear in protecting the exercise and the practice of religious freedoms as well as family protections, as well as education protections, and yet they trample all over that to advance the so-called rights of homosexuals that are not even listed in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.”