‘The Future Is Queer’ According to the Progressive European Union

The European Union Commission joins the rank of places pandering to the evergrowing LGBTQ movement. Queer pride month is recognized for the whole month of June and the European Commission’s Twitter accounts posted that the ‘future is queer.’

The European Commission runs the European Youth Twitter account and it posted a woke message to back its new campaign.

The post read:

“No two people are the same, we are all unique. Each one of us is the result of our own values, dreams, ambitions and talents. In this Pride, we want to assert our singularities because, when combined, they make us stronger. This month follow #TheFutureIsQueer. And be proud.”

Along with the text, a picture reading “The Future Is Queer” was also attached.

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Other EU accounts also posted the same message showing that most of Europe seems to be united in this cause.

Several notable places across Europe, including the U.S. embassy to the Vatican, have fully embraced Pride Month and stated that they would fly rainbow Pride flags all June.

The latest obsession with flying and posting the Ukrainian flag has made its way into some countries’ Pride flags. In Dublin, their LGBTQ-related flag also includes the colors of the Ukrainian flag in support of the country. The colors blue and yellow are currently more commonly seen in Ireland than the country’s own flag colors.

European Union policies are created and implemented under the European Commission and its focus on queer-related issues has significantly increased over the last several years.

The EU has vowed to deal aggressively with homophobia and whatever they deem discriminatory against the LGBTQ community. However, when it comes to freedom of speech on social media, the EU is not interested in upholding such liberties.

In 2016, the European Commission made deals with several social media giants, including Facebook, Twitter and YouTube, to take down anything they consider “hate speech” within 24 hours. So a Christian stating that homosexuality is a sin according to the Bible would probably not last long if posted on social media in most of Europe.

As the European Commission stated, “The Future is Queer,” it appears that this is only the beginning of what is to come for other countries’ futures as well.