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Germany’s gender dictator

By: V4 Agency

Gender dictatorship is in full swing in Germany. Its loudest advocate is Michael Roth, Minister of State for Europe at the federal Foreign Office, who has had moderate success in German politics.

Last week Hungary adopted new legislation tightening the punishment for paedophilia. The new law, which prohibits the promotion of gender ideology among those under 18 years of age, has been the subject of several attacks from both the Hungarian opposition and foreign leftist-liberal circles.

Orbán Viktor: A liberális gĹ‘zhengerek ismét elindultak Magyarország elle...
PM Orban: The liberal steamrollers are advancing on Hungary again

Warning bells are set off across Europe over Hungary’s new laws that severly punish paedophiles and protect our children….

Michael Roth, Minister of State for Europe at Germany’s Federal Foreign Office, also spoke on the matter. If you haven’t heard of him, it comes as no surprise because, judging by his Wikipedia page, he has achieved relatively moderate success in his political career.

It is striking that his current post, Germany’s State Minister for Europe, is the zenith of his 25-year political career. He is, however, trying to offset his moderate political success in Germany by regularly supporting leftist-liberal topics such as immigration or gay rights, in a bid to draw attention to himself and assert his own significance.

Purportedly, his greatest achievement is that

he has become the opinion dictator of the gender lobby in Germany,

casually sending out messages, criticising other countries.

Since 2010, it has been en vogue to criticise the policies of the Hungarian government, so Roth has regularly attacked the measures of the Hungarian government ever since. Most recently, he directed criticism against the new anti-padophile law. He pointed out that “the European Union is not primarily a single market or a currency union. We are a community of values,” he said, stressing that a strong message should be sent to Hungary. In his view, sexual minorities are not treated with due respect in Hungary and he claims that the new law is in clear violation of the EU’s values.

Earlier, the minister of state also expressed concerns about Hungary’s fundamental law, which – contrary to the LGBTQ ideology – stipulates that the family is based on a relationship between a man and a woman.

Germany’s gender dictator was also quick to join the campaign against Poland, when fake news about the country’s alleged LGBT-free zones began to circulate.

"Soha nem voltak LMBT-mentes zónák Lengyelországban"
“Poland never had any LGBT-free zones”

In a recent interview with V4NA, Ordo Iuris Vice President Tymoteusz Zych provided a detailed rebuttal of the fake news first commented on by the European Commission chief and then by US presidential candidate Joe Biden….

Roth is openly gay and has been living in unison with his partner, Michael Kloeppner, since 2012.

In 2018, he took part in the closing event of the Pride Parade in Belgrade, where he complained that same-sex marriage was still not legal in half the EU’s member states. Germany allows same-sex couples to marry since October 2017. Interestingly, Chancellor Angela Merkel voted against the law on same-sex marriage.

It comes as no surprise that Michael Roth, one of Germany’s most vocal gender dictators, is on good terms with open society advocates who seek to abolish nation states and traditional family structures, and maintains strong personal ties with George Soros.

In 2017, for instance, he appeared alongside the US stock market speculator and delivered a presentation at the opening event of the European Roma Institute for Arts and Culture (ERIAC) in Berlin. He continues to hold regular meetings with representatives of organisations in George Soros’s network.

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