Resistance to Judeo Masonic Agenda is Growing
December 9, 2014
A protestor at the Eiffel Tower holds signs saying "Everyone is born to a man and a woman"
and "Difference is the key to existence." Crowds numbering 340,000 descended on the Eiffel Tower
on January 13th, to oppose a law legalizing gay marriage, which came into effect in June.
As the Illuminati Jewish central banking cartel
continues to remold humanity in the shape
of a satanic cult, popular resistance is increasing.
The Divine spirit in man will resist satanic possession.
by Reality (December 2014)
Publication of Real Women of Canada
We are living in challenging times. Abortion, assisted suicide, legalized drugs,... no-fault divorce, prostitution, pornography, same-sex marriage are all promoted.
The public is expected to... obediently accept edicts on moral issues ...without complaint or dissent. The powerful elites ... have failed to understand one important characteristic about mankind...the power of the human spirit.
We are witnessing this human spirit in many areas of
• The socialist French president,
François Hollande, who passed a same-sex marriage law in May 2013
and intends to pass other anti-family policies, such as surrogacy and
gender identity has met enormous resistance from the French public.
This is astonishing in secular France. An organization, called "La
Manif Pour Tous" (Demonstration For All),has held seven massive
demonstrations on the Paris streets and elsewhere. It is comprised of
families rising up against President Hollande and his cabinet.
Protesters wear sweatshirts with a distinctive logo: a childlike drawing of a father, mother and a boy and a girl.The logo has become a rallying sign all over France. The demonstrators hope to overturn the same- sex marriage legislation after the 2017 election. Meanwhile, former president Nicholas Sarkozy blames Mr. Hollande for this national divide over the government's decision to legalize same-sex marriage. He stated that the question of same-sex marriage should be put to a referendum as it is an issue that concerns the moral fabric of society.
• In the United Kingdom, Conservative Prime Minister, David Cameron brought in same-sex marriage in 2013. Further, Mr. Cameron has introduced legislation to allow new medical procedures that will allow same-sex couples to have children artificially (creating three parent families).
This has led to a revolt in the Conservative Party with supporters leaving riding associations in droves, leaving fewer than 100,000 members in the party. In October 2014, when a former Conservative MP won a seat for the United Kingdom Independent Party (UKIP), displaying a huge swing by voters. He won by over 12,000 votes or 60% of the votes. Other Conservative MP's are considering switching over to the UKIP. A general election will be held May 2015, and the centuries old left/right political divide in the UK has broken down.
• Prior to the 2011 national election in Spain, one million protesters took to the Madrid streets, demanding that the abortion law, brought in under the previous Socialist Government, allowing abortions up to 16 weeks, be repealed. Mariano Rajoy won the election and promised to restrict abortions to only cases of rape or serious health risks.
However, in September 2014, Prime
Minister Rajoy scrapped his proposed abortion legislation, claiming
there was no consensus for it. The Minister of Justice, who drafted
the legislation, resigned in protest.
Back to the streets for pro-life family supporters in October! They claimed "election fraud". Only 48 hours previously, these same individuals had demonstrated in support of a new abortion law protecting the unborn. Spain is now in turmoil over the issue of abortion.
• On October 8, 2014 the US Supreme Court caused enormous controversy when it decided not to hear the appeals from several states in which judges had ordered the overturning of legislation that had defined marriage as a union of a man and a woman. By refusing to hear these appeals, the Supreme Court judges allowed all the lower courts' decisions to stand, thereby bringing the number of states that provide same-sex marriage to over 30. In only six states was same-sex marriage chosen by the voters through the democratic process - all the others have occurred by judicial activism. This is occurring even though a September 2014 PEW poll indicates that support for same-sex "marriage" has fallen by eight points since 2010, from 49% to 41%.
By refusing to hear these cases, the
Supreme Court has done the very thing it may have been trying to
avoid -creating a political maelstrom.... It will take time, but a
huge backlash will eventually develop. Already we can hear the
distant rumble of a tidal wave ...Oklahoma Governor, Mary Fallin,
calls for civil disobedience and Senator Ted Cruz of Texas is
demanding a constitutional amendment to protect marriage. One thing
we all know: despite all the tools at the disposal of the government,
courts, media and homosexual activists, they will eventually lose
because they cannot extinguish the indomitable human
Related- Illuminati imposition of homosexuality on society only increases homophobia
First Comment from Fred in France:
I wanted to add a point which is seldom made in relation to what I call permissive policies.
We are quite agreed that free masonry has had a heavy involvement in the same-sex marriage laws. This is especially true in France where masonry has been hard at work to undermine the foundations of our society since 1789. In 1905, they sponsored (or more precisely wrote) the law on separation of church and state.
But there is another fundamental element to this which is almost always overlooked in anglo-saxon countries. As early as 1969 French philosopher Michel Clouscard identified the "society of desire" as a new element of capitalism. In essence, the fake revolution in May 1968 introduced permissiveness in French society (other countries experienced the same phenomenon at this time too). This was presented as a positive evolution over the previous period during which sex was repressed. The left wingers have championed free sex and permissiveness ever since. So we could be forgiven to think this is is exclusively a left-wing theme. It's not.
This is equally a right-wing (Capitalist) theme. It is all about the extension of the market. Before, the market was purely a market of physical products. Of course, such a market still exists and it is far vaster than it was then. But the market was extended to "services" which should never have been mercantilized: abortion, pornography and today the purchase of babies by rich westerners from poor women in the South. This is further extended by the introduction of surrogacy in countries where it would have been unthinkable even a few years ago and also medically assisted procreation (for lesbian women to have children). We have essentially mercantilized elements of human activity which up until now where totally private and outside the market (human love, the love of a mother for her child,...).
In France we have a member of the elite who has been particularly visible during the gay marriage charade. His name is Pierre Bergé, left. He was the long term boyfriend of Yves St Laurent. He is also extremely wealthy and part-owns the French daily "Le Monde". On prime time TV, he said and I quote "Labourers and factory workers rent out their arms and hands to factory bosses, so it's quite right that women should be allowed to rent out their wombs".
Perhaps you have noticed this detestable facet of human behavior: the left wing is the best proponent of untrammeled capitalism. They are far better at it than the right wingers, and they do it of course under left cover.
The people therefore are done by both sides and all they see is that it's done in the name of progress when in fact it's done in the name of Mammon.
I thought you might appreciate a non-Anglo-Saxon perspective to this.