A highly unpopular bill recently passed through the Greek parliament.
While unpopular bills are no surprise, this is one of the first times Greece has had such a divisive and overwhelmingly opposed bill shoved down its throat.
From Greek Reporter:
Almost 72% of respondents to a survey express their opposition to the new law allowing people from the age of 15 to change their gender identity.
According to the MRB poll, conducted between 6 and 9 October before the approval by Parliament of the controversial bill, the majority are in favour of gender identity change, but only from the age of 18.
58.6% believe that individuals over 18 should be legally allowed to change their gender, with only 39.3% against.
However, when asked whether they agree with the new law that establishes the minimum age at 15, the negative response is overwhelming.
71.7% replied that they definitely/rather disagree, compared to just 26.7% who say that they definitely/rather agree.
The overwhelming majority of respondents also disagreed with the timing of the legislative initiative by the SYRIZA-led government.
Why Did This Happened?
First thing first.
This bill was introduced and supported by foreign NGOs; most likely related directly to George Soros run organizations. There was no popular support for this bill, nor was this even an issue until the bill appeared. This bill was simply handed to SYRIZA (the ruling far Leftist party currently in charge of Greece), and they passed it through.
Greece is still a highly religious nation with a conservative people and culture. This is exactly why Greece is in the cross hairs of foreign and international interests. In order to implement their Globalist agenda, the elites need a morally and spiritually broken people, with no history and no past, in order to fully accept their roles of McCitizens of Global consumerism.
The ruling part SYRIZA (Coalition of the Radical Left) is simply a pawn for Globalist interests and does not care at all for the people of Greece. Their Prime Minister is an open atheist and refused to be sworn in to office by the religious authorities of Greece, as is custom.
There’s Still A White Pill
The good news is that this bill can still be removed. The people are highly against this bill, and elections are only 2 years away (2019) in Greece.
It’s amazing to think that a population can be so opposed to a bill like this; I suspect in the U.S., Germany, or the U.K., a bill such as this would garner much higher support than 25%. This should give us hope that there are still sane people and nations in this world, and we should stand by and support them.
At the end of the day, the tide is starting to turn our way. Globalism, “Diversity”, and the rest of the Liberal buzzwords are becoming more unpopular by the day. All we need to do is continue being the best we can be, and to live good lives in order to show and inspire others to do the same.
We will come out on top of this. We just need to keep working.
I’m not stopping. Neither should you.