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(WND News Center) – A journalist for the BBC network in the United Kingdom says he was warned off of reporting on Stonewall, the huge LGBT-promoting activist organization.
According to a report from the Christian Institute, Stephen Nolan said he was told that reporting on Stonewall, the promoter of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender ideology, could hurt him.
Nolan, who recently created a podcast on the issue with journalist David Thompson, said “really seasoned people” at the network warned him not to put himself “in the firing line.”
The podcast talked about the huge influence of Stonewall on national governments and institutions, and was based on 18 months of investigations.
“I’ve been broadcasting in Northern Ireland for 25 years with all the bullets and bombs, and I’ve had death threats,” Nolan explained. But he said he has “never had the volume of people warning me off” before.
The Christian Institute reported that Nolan said, “There’s a fear factor of even talking about it. That’s not acceptable or healthy. Debating a subject should not affect your career.”
But he added that he had also received a “tsunami” of support, including from BBC senior staff.
During the podcast, Nolan explained, “We have spent months investigating the public bodies who have a relationship with Stonewall. And we’ve found examples, where government is essentially paying Stonewall to lobby it. Yes. You’ve heard that right. I’ll say it again. Lobbyists, being paid by the people they are lobbying, to lobby.”
The report explained that public organizations sometimes are paying as much as £2,500 plus VAT to subscribe to the LGBT lobby group’s scheme, which rewards employers for promoting LGBT ideology inside and outside of the workplace.
An official for BBC said the network does not take legal advice from Stonewall and does not subscribe to its campaigning.
The Belfast Telegraph said Nolan said his colleagues suggested that the subject was “untouchable,” and his reporting could affect his “career and safety.”
The report said, “The 10-part investigative report on BBC Sounds touches on the potential influence of Stonewall on a number of organizations, including the Scottish and Welsh governments, the media regulator Ofcom and the BBC themselves.”
Hungary recently took a major step to protect children from having their innocence destroyed and being sexualized by LGBT propaganda in schools and by pornography in the mass media.
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Since passage of the bill the fake news outlets from Europe to America have predictably begun to fabricate outrage and, or, simply lie about the contents of the bill. And, the corrupt European Union has also now started to attack Hungary's efforts to protect children.
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The bill, which was passed last week, specifically prohibits showing pornographic material or content portraying homosexuality or transgenderism to minors under the age of 18. Other measures include a registry of sex offenders, regulations on sexual education, and stronger policies against child pornography.
This policy is to be welcomed as a pro-active measure against the liberal and LGBT propaganda machine which is steadily encroaching on Hungary's borders, and which threatens to tear down Christian civilization altogether.
Indeed, the same week that this law was passed in Hungary, Vienna's (Austria) deputy mayor distributed "Rainbow Family" information boxes to 350 kindergartens in the Austrian capital. And, Vienna is only about 50 miles from the Hungarian border!
But, never satisfied with corrupting the children of their own countries, LGBT activists and their accomplices in the EU have been quick to castigate Hungary, claiming that the Budapest government has "discriminated" against homosexuals with their law to protect children, and in doing so, has violated EU law.
However, Hungary's Justice Minister, Judit Varga, set the record straight in an interview with Hungarian journalists, stating:
"This is one of a number of declarations declaring certain Hungarian measures to be contrary to EU law without a thorough examination. The fake news that has taken wing in these statements is completely unfounded.
In Hungary's view, the legislation has nothing to do with EU law. The issue of subsidiarity and constitutional, national identity is a matter for the Member States. Furthermore, the European Charter of Human Rights also says that a parent has the right to determine the direction of their children's development in a culturally traditional background."
And, more broadly, Viktor Orbán, Hungary's Prime Minister, had this to say about Hungary's new law:
"The current left-wing campaign against Hungary is further proof that today, the left is the enemy of freedom, because instead of freedom of speech, they want political correctness as defined by them, and hegemony of opinion instead of a pluralism of ideas.
The new Hungarian law does not conflict with any lofty ideals or European laws. The new Hungarian law simply states clearly that only parents can decide on the sexual education of their children. Education in schools must not be in conflict with the will of parents; it must at most be supplementary, its form and content must be clearly defined and it must be subject to parental consent.
Parents also rightly expect that on platforms used by our children, pornography, sexuality for its own sake, homosexuality and gender reassignment programs should not be available. These restrictions must also be defined with surgical precision. In Hungary, no one has a say in how adults live their lives. In our view, a free adult should not have to give an account of his life in front of any secular authority — only before God when the time comes."
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FOR MORE INFORMATION:
'Hungary passes law against homosexuality, prime minister renews vow to ‘protect our children’' - https://www.lifesitenews.com/news/hungary-passes-law-against-homosexuality-prime-minister-renews-vow-to-protect-our-children
'Hungary bans promotion of homosexuality, transgenderism to minors' - https://www.lifesitenews.com/news/hungary-bans-promotion-of-homosexuality-transgenderism-to-minors
'EU to take legal action against Hungary’s anti-pedophilia bill' - https://www.lifesitenews.com/news/eu-to-take-legal-action-against-hungarys-anti-pedophilia-bill
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One of the focal points of the reporting is Stonewall’s scheme that involves employers paying the activist group to advise them on diversity inclusion.
Another point raised was that the Scottish government removed the word “mother” from its maternity leave policy, following on Stonewall’s instructions.
The broadcaster, the report said, noted the series was “asking questions” of a lobby group and rejected accusations it was an “attack” on the LGBT community.
“There’s this framing: ‘You’re questioning Stonewall so this is an attack on gay people’,” he said in the report. “How ridiculous is that! Asking questions of a lobby group is not attacking anyone … and Stonewall does not represent the views of every gay person in the U.K.”
Reprinted with permission from the WND News Center