Passed legislation to conform with “UN Child’s Right Convention”
VILNIUS, March 1, 2004 (LifeSiteNews.com) – The Lithuanian government led by Prime Minister Algirdas Brazauskas has accepted a proposal pushed by the international Gay and Lesbian Association to lower the age of consent for homosexual sex acts with boys to 14.
The government of the mostly Catholic European country passed the legislation in line with the “UN Child’s Right Convention Realization Account” and forwarded a copy of the acceptance of the legislation to the UN Child rights Committee, according to LifeSiteNews.com sources in Lithuania.
That’s exactly what Lithuania needs. A country whose birth rate is so low that in a few years it will slip away into history needs to be worried about making it easier to sodomize young boys. Maybe a country that is passing laws like that does need to slip away into the sands of history!
No need to panic. This legislation will be reversed.
Once Lithuania becomes a member of the Dar ‘al Islam.
haven’t we been predicting this and getting laughed off?
Whispers of Hints of the Future
Now, I know nothing about Lithuania’s apparent lowering of the age at which boys can consent to gay sex, so I’m not going to do more than note the story. However, commenter Alicia on Jeff Miller’s blog asks a question…
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