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CURRENT / ONGOING ISSUES

The War on Children: The Comprehensive Sexuality Education Agenda

If you’re a parent who’s been told that your child’s sex-ed program at school is comprehensive, evidenced-based, age-appropriate, and that it promotes healthy relationships, then you, and every other parent who’s been sold the same message, have essentially been lied to. That is, according to a powerful new documentary that’s exposing what producers say is a “deceptive agenda” behind sex-ed programs being pushed not only in schools across the globe, but also by multiple United Nations entities and government bodies. Please view the 35 min video, “The War on Children”. Also, share it with your friends and sign the letter to the UN. The South African Government supports this evil at the UN. Your voice must be heard!

SIGN THE PETITION

Watch the full video here

Stop Sexuality Indoctrination in South African Schools

So-called “comprehensive sexuality education” programs exclude parents from the discussion and promote dangerous sexual practices that are contrary to South Africa’s tradition, culture, and morals.

Sign the petition to show your opposition!

STOP CSE from coming to a school near you!

See inside the CSE curriculum here and here

South Africa, the “Coalition to End Sexual Exploitation SA” (CESESA) hereby submits arguments in support of the fact that a decriminalised sex industry is the worst possible policy for South Africa.

The South African Law Reform Commission is expected to release their report on Prostitution Law Reform soon. In response to several media articles promoting the alleged benefits of a decriminalised sex industry in South Africa, the “Coalition to End Sexual Exploitation SA” (CESESA) hereby submits arguments in support of the fact that a decriminalised sex industry is the worst possible policy for South Africa. We make this submission in consideration of the dire social realities in the nation and the warnings of policy failures on prostitution internationally. International studies reveal the policy of decriminalised or legalised prostitution failed wherever it was implemented. Instead of protecting the human rights and dignity of women trapped in the sex trade, decriminalised prostitution had the exact opposite effect. The policy of legalisation or decriminalisation is a gift to pimps, brothel owners and crime syndicates – the very people who mercilessly exploit women and children for profit.

A decriminalised sex industry also significantly expands prostitution rather than contain it – luring many more vulnerable women and children into a life of unspeakable sexual exploitation, abuse and misery. Despite the failures of decriminalised prostitution internationally, Amnesty International released a report supporting this failed policy. “The National Centre On Sexual Exploitation” in Washington DC responded, “Amnesty International has developed a policy document supporting full decriminalization of prostitution. Decriminalization of prostitution is one of the world’s most disastrous approaches to the sex trade because it is a gift to pimps and sex buyers allowing them to carry out their activities as mere “sex business operators” and “customers,” and normalizes the sexual violence and exploitation inherent to prostitution as a form of “work.” If approved, Amnesty’s support of decriminalized prostitution will undermine the human rights of persons in the sex trade (the majority of whom are females), and give impunity to perpetrators of sexploitation.” See Huffington Post article link below entitled, “The Framing of Gender Apartheid” http://www.huffingtonpost.com/taina-bienaime/the-framing-of-gender-apa_b_8273268.html South African society suffers high rates of sexual exploitation and abuse of women and children. Domestic abuse of women and children are also at intolerably high rates. Considering these disturbing facts against the backdrop of soaring rates of unemployment and endemic poverty renders decriminalised prostitution in South Africa illogical, unsustainable and untenable.

Download Full CESESA Statement HERE

An explanatory summary of the Choice on Termination of Pregnancy Amendment proposed by myself, ACDP Member of Parliament Cheryllyn Dudley has been published for comment and the Draft Bill is available on the website and Facebook page of the African Christians Democratic Party http://www.acdp.org.za

PAST ISSUES

“Witchcraft Suppression Act”

The SA Pagans Rights Alliance, SA Pagan Council and the Traditional Healers Association have called for a repeal of the “Witchcraft Suppression Act” – citing religious freedom discrimination.

The organisations argue that witchcraft is a legitimate religious expression – but that the practice has historically been negatively portrayed. The SALRC is therefore tasked with establishing a distinction between “good witchcraft” and “bad witchcraft” and whether the practice should be regulated.

The SALRC Discussion Paper is available Here. Please read through carefully and send your written comments to jjoni@justice.gov.za by deadline 30 April 2016. Perhaps the Christian Churches in SA can form task teams of people with knowledge of these matters to analyse and respond to this document.

The Scripture that came to mind while writing this newsletter is found in Isaiah 59:19, “So shall they fear The name of the Lord from the west, And His glory from the rising of the sun; When the enemy comes in like a flood, The Spirit of the Lord will lift up a standard against him.”

God commands you and I to respond in faith, not fear. Raise up a Standard of righteousness in South Africa today. Pray, Speak Life, & Act Decisively – because righteousness exalts a nation. #SAMustRise!

Join The #SAMustRise Campaign!

Family Policy Institute launches the #SAMustRise Campaign. #SAMustRise above petty and destructive politics. #SAMustRise above self-enrichment & entitlement. #SAMustRise above corruption & maladministration. #SAMustRise above racial polarisation & conflict.

You and I and every Christian citizen must declare SA’s God-given destiny. We must resist negative and destructive campaigns. When everything we dislike must fall – the nation will eventually fall.

Righteousness exalts a nation. There are enough righteous people in South Africa to make a significant difference in this nation. Do not speak death over South Africa. God commands you and I to speak life!

You and I may have contributed to the current hostile environment in our nation by what we said or by our silence. But we can change that by flooding the airwaves with words of life, hope and affirmation.

Join the #SAMustRise Campaign today and speak life, hope and destiny over South Africa. Post comments on the #SAMustRise Facebook page or Tweet why #SAMustRise above all the negativity.

Child Exposure to Porn is a National Disgrace

The South African Law Reform Commission (SALRC) has approved publication of its issue paper, “Sexual Offences: Pornography and Children” for public comment. Child exposure to porn is a national disgrace

The paper aims to explore the topic of pornography and children, particularly the exposure of children to pornography through the mass media and the use of technology to groom and exploit children.

Four areas of concern have been identified: access to or exposure of a child to pornography and child pornography; creation and distribution of child pornography; explicit self-images created & distributed by a child (sexting); & grooming of a child & other sexual contact crimes associated with pornography.

Child-on-child sexual abuse has escalated in SA as a result of early and easy exposure to pornography.

Pedophiles use pornography to groom their victims. South Africa desperately needs stricter and more comprehensive legislation to effectively regulate access to pornography to better protect children.

As the ‘National Centre on Sexual Exploitations’ in the US says, “Pornography is causing a public health crisis by not only contributing to sex trafficking, child abuse, and lifelong addictions, but also by stripping many individuals of the ability to have lasting meaningful relationships.”

Your written comments on this issue are critical. FPI has lobbied for stricter regulations on pornography because of its harm to men, women and children. We must protect children from exposure to porn.

Please email your comments to Ms Dalene Clark at dclark@justice.gov.za by 30 November 2015.

Resourses:

The National Center on Sexual Exploitation

CESESA (Coalition to End Sexual Exploitation South Africa)

Zizipho Pae Expelled from UCT SRC

On 28 June 2015, Zizipho posted the following comment on her personal Facebook wall: “We are institutionalizing and normalizing sin! May God have mercy on us.” (This was a comment on the recent decision by the US Supreme Court, legalizing same-sex marriage across all 50 states).

As a result of her post, Zizipho was suspended from the SRC’s Vacation Committee without proper process or reasons. She received ‘hate mail’ on Facebook, suffered various instances of intimidation, harassment and threats, had her office vandalized, and also had members of the LGBTQIA+ community take lewd pictures in her office which they then posted on social media and tagged her in on. Requests were even made to her bursary holder to withdraw her bursary!

In this Watchmen on the Wall episode Errol speaks to Zizipho about what had transpired.

A Response to the Horrific Xenophobic Violence

Must Watch! A New Song entitled “Pray” written & produced by Neville D featuring vocals by Neville D, Judith Sephuma & Patrick Duncan. The song is a cry to God in response to the horrific xenophobic violence that desecrated our land. It captures the heart and the anguish of many South Africans as they witnessed the horrors perpetrated against our African brothers & sisters.

Public Holiday Discussion

DISCUSSION PAPER 133 PROJECT 25 STATUTORY LAW REVISION: LEGISLATION ADMINISTERED BY THE DEPARTMENT OF HOME AFFAIRS CLOSING DATE FOR COMMENT: 31 MAY 2015

Correspondence should be addressed to: The Secretary South African Law Reform Commission Private Bag X668 Pretoria 0001 Telephone: Fax: E-mail: Website: (012) 622 6330 or (012) 622 6315 gmoloi@justice.gov.za

” Christian holidays as paid public holidays sets about creating a differentiation between those who practice Christianity and those who practice other religious faiths in the country whose faith-based occasions are not included in the holidays. This provision is a violation of section 9(3) of the Constitution and amounts to direct discrimination on the basis of religion and belief. ”

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