US Ambassador pushes aggressive LGBT agenda in the Caribbean

07.03.2016

Obama's ambassadorial appointee and LGBT activist, James Wally Brewster, has endeavored to promote alternative lifestyle values in the conservative Dominican Republic.

Ever since Ambassador Brewster (who has donated heavily to Barack Obama) arrived in the D.R. he has pushed against the traditional values of the majority by openly and steadily attempting to steer the nation into accepting the ultra liberal North American culture.

He took the various LGBT groups of the island nation under his stewardship and has now set up an exclusive LGBT chamber of commerce for them (in Spanish). 

Using the tremendous resources of the State Department, US ambassador Brewster coordinated with USAID to channel the not too shabby sum of one million dollars into this boutique chamber of commerce, but also (and here’s the kicker) to any political candidates who are openly LGBT or support their agenda. This was all celebrated ironically on the so called Zero Discrimination day, sponsored by the UN. 

USAID Director in the Dominican Republic, Alexandria Panehal, explicitly stated that this would advance the "LGBT agenda”  (English) in the country by supporting candidates who back their roadmap.

Ambassador Brewster, who is married to Bob Satawake (both are wealthy Chicago businessmen), has continuously defied the country’s traditional culture by enforcing the LGBT agenda. The non-career diplomat has threatened to take away visas from those who oppose his anti-corruption drive; this involves the further meddling of a foreign ambassador in the private affairs of a sovereign nation.

Reactions 

Evangelical leader Ezequiel Molina protested that it is part of “US' desire to establish its empire and apply it to smaller countries” - here (in Spanish).

Social commentator Rafael Ventura (in Spanish) also rallied against “the discriminatory nature towards heterosexuals” in the exclusive LGBT Chamber of commerce, cryptically stating at the end of his heated rant that "pretty soon if you are not LGBT they might even have you killed”.

Senators and congressmen also warned about the supposed desire to finance candidates who support the LGBT agenda, since this goes against the constitution of the country, which forbids the foreign financing of political candidates.

Backpedaling

After a storm of criticism erupted, the State Department published a video stating that they do not financially support political candidates in foreign countries. This was done to attempt to calm the tempest aroused by this news.

However the plans for the exclusive LGBT chamber of commerce proceeds apace.

Dominican lawyer and political analyst Manuel Miranda provides the following viewpoint:

“This is merely an excuse for the US to further eat away at our sovereignty. The LGBT agenda is being pushed to counteract, in the long run, the continuous demographic growth in the 3rd world. It has already been achieved in Europe and North America. This is also a way for the Democratic Party to, in some way, obtain more fresh donors and votes for their candidates. Now they are talking about financing Pro-Gay political parties; this is simply the purchase of political parties. They can now impose their legislators, ministers of cabinets, judges, diplomats, and presidents. These will not only carry out their agenda, but will also be chess pieces that will be used to further meddle in every other issue regarding our sovereignty. They will not only have an exclusive LGBT chamber of commerce that responds directly to them, but will also have sympathizers who, due to the indirect financing courtesy of the political parties, will tow the line of Uncle Sam".