Crazy project of the German government: Everyone over the age of 14 is allowed to ‘change’ their gender once a year

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BILD about the project of the German Minister of Justice Mark Buschmann (FDP) and the Green Party Lisa Paus: “The federal government wants to undermine biology with a historical law” – the churches want to evaluate it as ‘peaceful’

Berlin (kath.net)


“Federal government wants to undermine biology with historic law.” With this sentence, the newspaper BILD yesterday commented on the new legal proposal of the German government, which foresees that from the middle of 2023 in Germany, at the age of 14, you can change your gender and name in the registry office, even without repeated operations. And that should be possible every year. The law then also puts families under real pressure or divides them. Because if the parents are against the conversion, but their adolescent child insists on it, the state plan will be decided even by the family court. The project of German Justice Minister Mark Buschmann (FDP) and the Green Party Lisa Paus will be especially crazy for anyone who does not accept this conversion nonsense. After all, anyone who does not use the new name Mark after the renaming of 14-year-old Lisa Müller must expect a fine. Obviously, no particular resistance to the project can be expected in Germany. According to “Bilda”, the Association for the Protection of Children (!) is satisfied with the project, and according to the newspaper, the churches believe that it should be evaluated “at peace”.

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Gorse bush 59 minutes ago

Church in Germany?

CSD will be held tomorrow in our Bonifatiusstadt. The remaining Catholics were disgusted and complained to the town hall. But our parish priest wants to “stay away from it”, after all, he still needs the subsidy for the Catholic kindergarten.
That until.


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Borromeo 1 hour ago

“Best” is again,

that the “churches” want to “calmly evaluate” it.

The topic of “free choice of sex” has been fermenting for so long that the “churches” have really had a very long time to evaluate it.

My advice to the German bishops:

Just invite evolutionary biologist Ulrich Kutscher (he’s spoken several times on kath.net) to a closed conference. According to his own statement, he is an atheist, but in my opinion he clearly sees the issue of gender and “free choice of gender” much more clearly than many bishops, who from the theological point of view and from personal faith, even without a “calm assessment”, brings a correct and creative- the theological decision should know the answer.

Until a few years ago, I did not believe that even bishops would no longer be able to speak the necessary simple language about such existential questions. Ecclesia, quo vadis?


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Seeker2000 1 hour ago

Excellent!

Can I change my age once a year?

For example, under the age of criminal responsibility or retirement age?

Corona has consequences for the brain. There is no other way to describe this delusion.


4
Monsventosus 1 hour ago

When winter gets cold…

…, there is no gas and no electricity, no one will be interested in this perverse madness anymore. Then comes the gross violation of civilization.


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a gypsy 1 hour ago

There is no other way to say it

The devil has a firm hold on Germany.

The world looks on and trembles at this rotten country that was once an example to the world.


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SCHLEGL 2 hours ago

@Rolando

I wouldn’t always suspect that the “devil” is behind everything, especially not in CORONA, monkeypox, the Ebola virus or the Spanish flu around 1920! Unfortunately, such things are part of the natural order, or rather, natural disorder.
Maybe the Germans could also change the GOVERNMENT ONCE a year? That would be a good idea, wouldn’t it?


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Bible friend 2 hours ago

end times

What evidence for the Bible! It’s the end times, all the dams are bursting, really all. Worst of all are the CDU, CSU, churches, pietists, pious people who flourish in silence about their apostasy from God, His norms and everything normal. You can’t blame others. The fact that these so-called churches still have to/want to think about it is almost scandalous and insanely ridiculous


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Chris2 2 hours ago

total submission

under inhumane ideologies, which force children in the phase of finding their identity to strangers (once I fell in love with a rather girlish boy – that was it. What would have happened if someone had noticed me and brought me into contact with homoactivists? ).
Ideologies that even force children into irreversible operations and forbid them to professionally follow those who have made the wrong turn into homosexuality on their way back.


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Rolando 2 hours ago

A divided spirit

Since Germany has a significant share in spreading the negative fruits of Spaltgeist (division of faith according to Luther), it is particularly affected even today. The devil is constantly inventing new reasons for cleavage, whether it is corona, vaccination, discrimination against Russians (which is allowed against homos, strange?), to this gender absurdity.


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