Biden and the liberal-homophile alliance: who and why participates

16 November 2020 13:26
Patriarch Bartholomew and the Pope actively support the adherent of LGBT and abortion Joe Biden. Photo: UOJ Patriarch Bartholomew and the Pope actively support the adherent of LGBT and abortion Joe Biden. Photo: UOJ

The Phanar head and his bishops, as well as the Pope, heartedly congratulated Biden, a supporter of abortion and LGBT people, on his "presidency". Why did they do that?

Joe Biden was congratulated on the victory by Patriarch Bartholomew, Archbishop Elpidophorus of the Phanar, Pope Francis, just to mention a few. And the question is not only that the elections are not over yet and Trump may well become the winner. The problem is that Biden is an outspoken supporter of abortion and LGBT people. Why do church leaders rush to congratulate someone whose views and actions are blatantly anti-Christian?

About the US electoral system

A liberal-homophilic (homophilic – sympathetic to LGBT) alliance is forming before our eyes. Literally these days, a marker has appeared that speaks of belonging to such an alliance. This marker is congratulations to Joe Biden on his election as President of the United States before the official election results are announced.

A few words about the US electoral system. In the so-called stronghold of democracy, the USA, President is not elected by the people, but by the electoral college. Citizens cast their votes for electors, who will vote for a specific candidate. Each state elects a different number of electors, and the presidential candidate who wins the majority of votes in a particular state takes all (!) electors. The state of Illinois gives 20 people to the electoral college. Imagine that 45% of the state's population voted for the Republican candidate, and 55% voted for the Democratic candidate.

If the US had a real democracy, then a Republican would get 9 electors, and a Democrat – 11. But the American "democracy" says that the Democratic candidate takes all 20 electors, and 45% of the state's population goes to the trash can. This is the case in all the states, with a few exceptions, which we will not go into. When a collegium of 538 electors across the country is thus formed, that college will meet to elect the next president. At the same time, it happened more than once that the winning candidate received fewer votes than the loser in the country as a whole.

There are big chances that Joe Biden will nevertheless become the President of the United States, but to date, not only has no meeting of the electoral college been held, but the college itself has not yet been formed. None of the candidates received the required 270 electoral votes. And none of the candidates admitted defeat, which traditionally indicates the end of the struggle for the presidency. Donald Trump's team will appeal the results of the counting of votes in a number of states in courts. In Pennsylvania, a court ruled to disregard some of the votes cast by mail. In others, there are also proceedings. If the state court does not satisfy Trump's claim, there is an opportunity to appeal this decision to the US Supreme Court, where the majority of the judges represent the Republican Party (yes, there the judges have party affiliation and vote accordingly). In 2000, there was a precedent when the Republican candidate George W. Bush defeated Democrat Al Gore precisely by a court decision. In addition, there is the problem of the so-called “dishonest electors” when they vote against the opinion of their voters.

So today the fight is not over yet and only the media proclaimed Joe Biden the winner of the presidential election. Why, in such conditions, the leaders of so many countries rushed to send official congratulations to Biden on his victory, risking, in the event of Trump's final victory, falling out of favour with his administration? The answer is simple: this is an attempt to create an atmosphere of pressure on the Trump team to force them to abandon the fight. Donald Trump, with his conservatism, advocacy for Christians, anti-abortion, protectionist economic policies and refusal to follow the globalist agenda, is very inconvenient for the world's liberal elite.

Why did Phanar congratulate Biden on the still non-existent presidency?

The fact that this liberal elite is in a hurry to elevate Biden to the presidency in the United States is understandable, but not only presidents and prime ministers, but also leaders of some religious organizations have stained themselves with this marker, i.e. congratulations before the official announcement of the election results. It turns out that they are also participating in a campaign of psychological pressure on Trump and his team, they are also trying to create an atmosphere of inevitable defeat around him and make him admit this defeat. The question arises: why?

And this question was answered openly by Patriarch Bartholomew of Constantinople in his enthusiastic congratulatory letter: “Since you are well aware of my sentiments for you throughout the years of our friendship, you can only imagine my great delight and pride for your successful election as 46th President of your prominent nation, the United States of America. <…> The joy and enthusiasm for your electoral success are not merely personal sentiments. They are also shared by our Ecumenical Patriarchate and its eparchies across the world <...> as well as citizens of the entire free world, to whom you now offer hope (I could say conviction) for a better future, where the eternal values and ideals of a civilized humanity may prevail…”

In these words - "a Freudian slip", Patriarch Bartholomew speaks about the "values" and "ideals" that Biden personifies and which should prevail in the "civilized world". What these values are is no secret to anyone.

Biden is an outspoken LGBT propagandist

Joe Biden "is marrying" two men. Photo:

Joe Biden's commitment to LGBT people is well known. In 2016, he "married" a male homosexual couple at his home, for which the Catholic bishops of the United States demanded that he be excommunicated from the Church, but it didn’t happen. “I'm proud to have married Brian and Joe at home,” Biden wrote at the time.

Now he is so concerned with the rights of LGBT people that, before taking office as president, he promised that the first 100 days of his presidency would be marked by the struggle for LGBT rights. During this time, he promised to pass the "Act of Equal Rights" for the LGBT community. In September 2020, Biden, having learned that there are “LGBT-free zones” in Poland, angrily tweeted: “Let me make it clear: LGBT rights are human rights, and there is no place for ‘LGBT-free zones’ neither in the European Union, nor anywhere in the world".

Earlier, as vice president under Barack Obama, Biden, in one of his speeches before a group of LGBT rights activists from the United States and other countries, said that these rights are higher than traditions and cultures. “I don't care what your culture is. Inhumanity remains inhumanity, and prejudice remains prejudice," Biden said and called the proponents of traditional values "troglodytes": "You represent the majority, and those, others, are troglodytes."

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Biden promotes the rights of Muslim migrants

In a video message to the Muslim Bar Association, Biden promised that if he wins the election, Muslims will be represented at all levels of his administration. And at a televised debate with Donald Trump, Biden went so far as to say a word from the Muslim prayer: "Inshallah", which translates as "God willing". The support by Biden and the entire Democratic Party of the BLM movement, whose supporters were noted for the desecration of churches, the demolition of monuments and the beating of Christian believers, is part of his policy.

Biden is an abortion advocate

Biden's team has already announced the repeal of US laws aimed at protecting unborn children, and funding for Planned Parenthood, which provides abortion services in the US, will, on the contrary, be restored.

With all this, Joe Biden is used to calling himself a Catholic. True, not everyone thinks so. In 2019, Robert E. Morey, a priest at St. Anthony's Church in South Carolina, denied Joe Biden the sacrament because of his support for abortion. And Rick Stika, an American prelate of the Catholic Church, the Bishop of Knoxville, Tennessee, twitted: “Don't understand how Mr Biden can claim to be a good and faithful Catholic as he denies so much of Church teaching especially on the absolute child abuse and human rights violations of the most innocent, the not yet born.” However, the head of the Vatican, Pope Francis, is much less scrupulous than the clergy under his jurisdiction. The Pope also marked himself, congratulating Biden on his election victory.

Pope and Joe Biden. Photo:


It is easy to see that Pope Francis also actively supports the rights of LGBT people and Muslim migrants. He kisses their feet and states that civil gay unions must be legally covered.

Formation of a liberal-homophilic alliance

Thus, we are witnessing the formation of a liberal-homophilic alliance that professes the ideas of globalism in the economic sphere, the rights of the LGBT community, encouraging migration, abortion, and so on. All this is welcomed and blessed by the leaders of the Vatican and the Phanar, and they themselves, Pope Francis and Patriarch Bartholomew, never tire of talking about their unification in the very near future. Thus, they become part of this alliance.

It is known, however, that not everyone in the Catholic Church shares the liberal-homophilic ideas of Pope Francis. There is a group of conservative bishops who oppose these ideas and even openly accuse the current head of the Vatican of heresy. However, the position of Pope Francis is Catholics’ concern. We are more interested in the participation of Local Churches in this alliance.

It is well known that throughout the XX century, the Phanar has been trying to assert its exclusive position in Ecumenical Orthodoxy and power over the rest of the Local Churches. But only recently these attempts have moved into an active and aggressive form. Firstly, the Phanar absolutely uncanonically recognized the Ukrainian schismatics and formed the "Orthodox Church of Ukraine" out of them, and secondly, it began to put pressure on other Local Churches in order to make them accept its illegal actions. Thus, the Phanar began to form around itself its supporters from other Local Churches, recognizing the authority of the Patriarch of Constantinople and his infallibility in resolving church issues. Such an intensification of the activity of the Patriarchate of Constantinople relates to Joe Biden's two visits to Phanar (in 2011 and 2014) when he was Vice-President. 

Joe Biden's visit to Phanar in 2014. Photo:

As a result of these visits, Biden promised full support to the Phanariots and received in return the Patriarch Athenagoras Human Rights Award, established by the Council of Archons of the Patriarchate of Constantinople.

What kind of support followed? Ambassador-at-Large for International Religious Freedom Samuel Brownback and other representatives of the US Department of State were actively negotiating in Phanar, Athos, Kyiv, Athens, etc. These negotiations were followed by the actions of the Constantinople hierarchs, and as a result, the OCU was created, which divided Ecumenical Orthodoxy into those Local Churches that do not recognize the dictate of Patriarch Bartholomew, and those hierarchs from the Alexandrian and Greek Churches, as well as Archbishop Chrysostomos of Cyprus, who submitted to this dictate.

Thus, within Orthodoxy, the formation of the "Orthodox" wing of the aforementioned alliance is taking place. Biden and the forces that he personifies need the support of religious leaders, and these leaders need the support of the mighty. And such "trifles" as the Gospel commandments, Biblical traditions and canons of the Church, can simply be neglected, and those who express their adherence to the Gospel doctrine are accused of the sin of condemnation. This is exactly what the Phanar representative, Archbishop Job (Getcha) of Telmessos, put it in an interview with the “Religious Truth”, when he was asked whether “a politician declaring Christianity can publicly advocate for both abortion and same-sex marriage?” To which Archbishop Job noted that "each person should see and condemn their own sins, and not judge their neighbour".

Here we have a Jesuit substitution of concepts. If Biden personally sinned by sodomy or committing infanticide, then maybe it would be possible to apply what Archbishop Job said. Although in this case there is an example from the Gospel when the holy prophet John the Forerunner denounced the wicked Herod: "You must not have your brother's wife." But Biden calls on the public to commit these sins, he calls on them to legitimize and finance them from the pockets of taxpayers. And in this case, it is no longer possible to pretend that this is Biden's personal matter and that it cannot be judged by the words of the Gospel.

So, the liberal-homophilic alliance is actively being formed and the question arises: how to take it. I think the answer can be two quotes from the Holy Scriptures.

“He who is unjust, let him be unjust still; he who is filthy, let him be filthy still; he who is righteous, let him 5be righteous still; he who is holy, let him be holy still” (Rev. 22:11).

“Do not be afraid, little flock, for your Father has been pleased to give you the Kingdom” (Luke 12:32).

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