By: Jože Biščak
It is completely irrelevant whether the European Commissioner for Equality, Helena Dalli, has temporarily withdrawn the incomplete Guidelines for Inclusive (Internal and External) Communication, the fact is that something like this should never have happened. Europe has not experienced such an attack on Christianity since 1991, when the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe adopted a shameful recommendation – The contribution of Islamic civilisation to European culture.
Thank God that (at least this time) the Vatican and some other European statesmen (including Janez Janša) came forward and asked the European Commission about health and common sense. It is scandalous to recommend (which would eventually become the standard) that Brussels officials should use the term “holiday” and not “Christmas”, that in hypothetical cases they should avoid Christian names, that they should not address the audience at conferences as “ladies and gentlemen”, but with terms such as “parents” or “partner”, by no means “mother” or “father”, homosexual families must be included in family photos. These are no guidelines, they are a pamphlet of a political agenda aimed at forcibly suppressing and destroying all the traditional and fundamental values of Europe, where the most wonderful civilisation of all time has grown. We are justifiably proud of this, intervening in this reality and trying to erase history can only be the work of evil people.
The European Commissioner speaks of inclusive language and communication, saying that unity in diversity is the real meaning of the guidelines. One would at first think that this refers to the cultural, linguistic, and national diversity of the countries of the European Union, that every indigenous European nation has its own characteristics that the Union strives to preserve. But when you open the internal handbook, you realise that it is no coincidence that the strategy of gender equality and LGBT propaganda has already been adopted, that the direction of multiculturalisation is already commanded and will become mandatory. The temporary withdrawal of the guidelines is therefore only temporary and strategic, sooner or later they will push it somewhere. How right are those who claim that the Brussels bureaucracy is becoming a playground full of idiots and unwashed coffee cups. What they are doing today and what they are trying to impose is not only against Christian nature, but also against human nature in general.
Enemies of Christianity
Dalli has repeatedly made it clear that she is the enemy of indigenous European nations, the heterosexual family and Christianity. She recently met with the pan-European Muslim youth organisation Forum of European Muslim Youth and Student Organisations (FEMYSO), which is recognised as an (aggressive) Islamist association. Its posts on social media are full of crazy ideas that run counter to the logic of Mother Nature, almost every other word is LGBTIQ. Just a little more and it will start talking about pregnant people, not pregnant women. God is omnipotent and nothing is impossible for him, but he has not yet tried to perform a miracle with a pregnant man. And we find it hard to believe that he would ever try to make monsters that go against his wonderful creation of men and women.
A reaction to the opposition to the guidelines was expected: dark, conservative, and far-right forces are at work. Although the voice has been raised by people of common sense who do not want to experiment with God’s creations and traditional values, the progressives have put themselves in a familiar position: your speech is violent and hostile. Disagreeing with (crazy) ideas and guidelines for leftists does not mean a different opinion, but evil. And if you are evil, you need to be silenced. Even more. You need to be punished, burned at the stake to set an example to others of what happens to them if you oppose leftist power.
Hopefully, poisonous guidelines for people with all the wheels in their heads are the point at which frogs also start to escape from a pot of boiling water. Normal Europeans, what is left of them, should now finally wake up and, despite their fatigue, no longer raise their hands in the face of growing Brussels madness. All in all, it has gone too far, and the actions of the Equality Commissioner must be observed and resisted with laser precision. If we are united, believe that the day will soon come when we wish Helena Dalli a happy journey to Pink Farout.
Jože Biščak is the editor-in-chief of the conservative magazine Demokracija, the president of the Slovenian Association of Patriotic Journalists and the author of the books Zgodbe iz Kavarne Hayek, Zapisi konservativnega liberalca in Potovati z Orwellom.