At the Gay Pride March in London last month, Bryant was busy applauding British ambassadors for practicing homosexuality and spreading it across the world. Bryant is also tasking British Commissioners to promote gay and lesbian rights in Commonwealth countries including Nigeria even though the laws of those countries explicitly prohibit those so-called rights. At the Commonwealth Summit in Trinidad in November this year which the Queen and Prime Minster Gordon Brown are billed to attend, the homosexualization of commonwealth countries will top the agenda for discussion.
Bryant's homosexual campaigns in the British diplomatic circles and in commonwealth countries, no doubt, are part and parcel of the well-orchestrated campaigns to change nature and make the world a safe haven for homosexuals. Already the United Nations, founded on October 24, 1945 essentially to promote world peace and security, has become gay. Its language is now the language of gay people. Whereas the UN finds it difficult to promote peace in the world, it finds no difficulty in promoting homosexuality and abortion in the world.
Somehow the UN has been able to box 66 UN member States including the entire European Union, Japan, Australia into pledging their support for gay rights and gay marriage. In sporadic reversal of the policy of Bush's administration, the Obama administration on March 18, 2009 said that the United States was totally endorsing the United Nation's support for decimalization of homosexuality in the whole world. According to the Obama government: " The United States supports the UN statement on 'Human Rights, Sexual orientation, Gender Identity', and is pleased to join the other 66 UN member States who have declared their support of the statement that condemns human rights violations based on sexual orientation, gender identity ".
It sought to change the criminal law in United States in favour of homosexuals. But it was the sexual revolution of the 60s that eventually propelled thee American gay right movement to attain take its present position. Spurred by the campaigns of the American Law Institute Penal Code in 196os, some homosexual started advocating for what they perceived as their right to privacy and to practice their homosexual acts.