Friday, 25 October 2013

The Who Report

MEP Edite Estrela put forward a draft resolution to be voted on at the European Parliament which included a reference to the World Health Organisation`s report entitled `Standards for Sexuality in Europe: A framework for policy makers, educational and health authorities and specialists.` Standards for Sexuality Education in Europe .



A post in Turtle Bay and Beyond points out that some of these standards for young children are:
Children aged 0-4 should be informed about: "enjoyment and pleasure when touching one’s own body", "early childhood masturbation", "different family relationships", "the right to explore gender identities", "the right to explore nakedness and the body, to be curious", etc. and they should develop "curiosity regarding own and others‘ bodies" and "a positive attitude towards different lifestyles".
Children aged 4-6 should be informed about "enjoyment and pleasure when touching one’s own body", "early childhood masturbation", "same-sex relationships", "sexual feelings (closeness, enjoyment, excitement) as a part of all human feelings ","different kinds of (family) relationship", "different concepts of a family", and should develop "respect" for those different lifestyles and concepts.

Children aged 6-9 should go on learning about "enjoyment and pleasure when touching one’s own body (masturbation/self-stimulation)", but they also should be informed about "different methods of conception" and "the basic idea of contraception (it is possible to plan and decide about your family)"

Children aged 9-12 should be informed about "first sexual experience", "orgasm", "masturbation", and should learn to "make a conscious decision to have sexual experiences or not" and "use condoms and contraceptives effectively".
 Fortunately the vote went against the draft resolution which is essentially a paedophiles`s charter.

What all of this illustrates is how the United Nations globalist agenda gets worked through the European Parliament. As Turtle Bay and Beyond go on to point out: "The strategy of making Members vote on a document most of them have not scrutinised has often been successful. But it has failed this time, and it was precisely the arrogance of the Presidency, combined with the apparent unwillingness to allow an open debate on the controversial report, that has aroused awareness..."

No comments:

Post a Comment