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BREAKING UPDATE: Turkey's President Erdogan: Turkey will not bow to the LGBT agenda

Updated: Jul 4, 2023



The newly re-elected President of the almost 100% Muslim nation of Turkey Tayyip Erdoğan is not a fan of the LGBT. He has not been for as long as he can remember. His loyal voters feel the same way.


“We are against the LGBT,” he boldly declared to cheering throngs at a political rally near the Black Sea on May 4 of this year. “Family is sacred to us – a strong family means a strong nation,” he continued.


At another rally earlier this month, Erdoğan accused every party in Turkey’s opposition coalition of being LGBT:


"The entire nation of 85 million won," he told cheering crowds after securing another 5-year term after his victory in the Turkish elections was confirmed last Sunday.


Pro-LGBT media predictably portrayed him as a dangerously fanatical tyrant who leads a divided nation.


Following Sunday night’s results, though, U.S. president Joe Biden wrote on social media of Mr Erdoğan: “I look forward to continuing to work together as Nato allies on bilateral issues and shared global challenges.”


In a video broadcast to members of his conservative AK Party in 2021, the Turkish president said, "We will carry our young people to the future, not as the LGBT youth, but as the youth that existed in our nation's glorious past."


Expressing similar sentiments and views, the East African nation of Uganda's President Yoweri Museveni signed his country's Anti-Homosexual 2023 Act into law on Monday. Uganda is a Christian majority country with Islam being the second most widely professed faith.


Biden called the Ugandan law "shameful" and his administration is now considering economic sanctions including visa restrictions against Uganda's members of parliament.


Erdoğan and Museveni may profess different faiths, but they exemplify the growing and bold international movement against the gay agenda that many feel has been forced on the God-fearing world in the last few years. Orthodox Christians and Muslims worldwide offered their thanks, prayers, blessings and best wishes to both Mr. Erdoğan and Mr. Museveni.




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