If you’ve been wondering about the sudden push for LGBTQ+ and Gender Equality, here’s the short and condensed answer.
Push for LGBTQ+ and Gender Equality is Central to Agenda 2030
If you know anything about Agenda 2030, then you know it doesn’t have the interests of people at heart. Especially not in a good way. When it comes to Gender Equality, it ranks #5 on their goals list.
As with anything they do, it really doesn’t make much sense why this is even a goal. Needless to say, if it’s there, you will see an agenda behind it.
Also Central to the Great Reset
Old Schwab announced the need for a Great Reset a few years ago, and again LGBTQ+ is on the docket. It’s tied to redesigning social contracts, skills, and job – and again, doesn’t make much sense.
I don’t believe people in the LGBTQ community are as discriminated against as we’re led to believe. In fact, I’ve never witnessed it a day in my life and have always seen them accepted.
When did it start?
The push for LGBTQ+ and Gender Equality actually dates back to 2015.
The World Economic Forum has been actively promoting the LGBTQ movement since at least 2015 when they published an article called Davos and the LGBT agenda 2015. In 2018 they published another article called What Davos taught me about supporting my transgender child. Both of these are clear about the agenda they were going to pushing over the years. And it has turned into what we are witnessing today.
Fast forward another year to 2019. The infamous Partnership for Global LGBTIQ+ Equality (PGLE) that would pave another way to push this agenda.
“The Partnership was announced at the World Economic Forum’s Annual Meeting on January 22, 2019 in Davos, Switzerland. The founding members were leading multinational companies Accenture, Boston Consulting Group, CISCO, the Coca-Cola Company, Deloitte, Deutsche Bank, EY, Edelman, Johnson & Johnson, Mastercard, Microsoft, P&G, PepsiCo, PwC, Salesforce, and Scotiabank.
The Partnership for Global LGBTIQ+ Equality is an initiative of BSR, UN Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights, and the World Economic Forum”
What We Can Expect
Simply put… we can expect the world to do things in worldly ways. Their agendas will always be flesh-led and geared toward everything opposite of Scripture. They will always seek power and money and do so through greed – even at the expense of precious human lives.
How We Can Respond
If you profess to be a Spirit-led believer of the Most High Yahweh, you must do Bible things in Bible ways. You’ll be hated and ridiculed for it but it’s what will set you truly apart from the world.