Brent Bozell

In his new book "Making Gay Okay," Robert Reilly offers an entire chapter on the promotion of this libertine-left agenda as a major objective of U.S. foreign policy. In El Salvador, acting ambassador Mari Carmen Aponte wrote an op-ed in a Salvadoran newspaper in 2011 titled "For the Elimination of Prejudices Wherever They Exist."

Aponte wrote: "No one should be subjected to aggression because of who he is or who he loves. Homophobia and brutal hostility are often based on lack of understanding about what it truly means to be gay or transgender," an ignorance spread by "those who promote hatred."

Which includes nearly everyone who promotes the Bible.

Around the world, the Obama administration has been thrilled to hold gay pride events at U.S. Embassies promoting the LGBT agenda, from Kenya to Laos to Pakistan. The State Department promotes the legalization and normalization of the whole libertine laundry list.

The leftist website Jezebel explained that this policy "could be seen as a new type of neo-colonialist interference by the United States." The developing world isn't developing fast enough for President Barack Obama, Biden, Hillary Clinton and now John Kerry. The U.S. message for a new American century? Religious people should just shut up, because "prejudice is prejudice is prejudice."

Brent Bozell

Founder and President of the Media Research Center, Brent Bozell runs the largest media watchdog organization in America.
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