As sodomites and "Femen" activists attacked police, a crowd estimated at 200,000 filled the streets of Paris, France on Sunday to march against sodomy-based "marriage."
The movement, which has been referred to as the Manif pour Tous, was a Catholic-inspired movement to support the family and demand the repeal of three-year-old marriage laws that include sodomites.
Several thousand people demonstrated in Paris on Sunday to demand the repeal of the gay marriage law three years after its adoption in France and defend the traditional family, to six months of the presidential election.
A banner proclaiming "in 2017 I vote for the Family" opened the procession composed of both parents with children than elderly who answered the call of the movement "The demo for all."
This Catholic-inspired movement had collected in 2012 and 2013 throughout France for dozens or even hundreds of thousands of demonstrators against the law on the "marriage for all" then defended by the Minister of Justice Christiane Taubira and passed by Parliament May 17, 2013.
None of the contenders in the presidential election promises to repeal the law Taubira except a candidate for the primary from the right, Jean-Frédéric Poisson, president of a small party, the Christian Democratic Party (PCD).
Six Femen feminists were arrested as they exposed their chests with the words "Do not suffer you" painted on themselves.
New Observer Online adds:
In addition, the famous Mayor of the city of Bezier, Robert Ménard (who was recently in the news for starting a campaign to prevent invader "refugees" from being settled in his city), and several other prominent politicians, including Henri Guaino, a former advisor to Nicolas Sarkozy, were also in attendance.
The demonstration ended at the famous Trocadero Plaza, near the Eiffel Tower, where they also announced their opposition to the use of assisted reproduction techniques and surrogate mothers to help same-sex couples have babies. Currently, assisted reproduction is allowed in France only for infertile heterosexual couples and surrogacy is banned.
Manif seeks to establish the definition of marriage in European legislation as "the stable union of a man and woman" and the family as "based on marriage and / or offspring." It was started in April 2016 and spread across seven countries in the European Union.
I'll just bet most people have never even heard of this because both the news and the internet were not carrying this. They were too busy selling people in America the Trump/Clinton fiasco.
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