Film Review at the OSCE – Voices of the Silenced: experts, evidences and ideology
September 27, 2016

As part of its contribution to the 20th Human Dimension Implementation Meeting of the OSCE in Warsaw, Poland, Core Issues Trust today (27th September 2016) released a trailer of its new production – "Voices of the Silenced: experts, evidences and ideology".  The side event – a working breakfast, preceeded Working session 12 (Tolerance and non-discrimination) is a continuation from yesterday's Working Session 11, at which CIT also offered a side event on Pansexual Humanism. Working Session 12 continued to examine progress on tolerance and non-discrimination, including prevention and responses to hate crimes in the OSCE area, and combating racism, xenophobia and discrimination. It also also focused on intolerance on religious grounds.

Core Issues Trust CEO, Dr Mike Davidson said that "Voices of the Silenced" is a soon to be released full-length, two-part documentary which considers the ideological conditions of complementary totalitarianisms (the apparently counter-intuitive positions of Gender Mainstreaming and radical Islam) as they move towards a zenith seeking to destroy the Judeo-Christian foundations of western civilization.  The film highlights the goals of sexual politics and the silencing of views opposing the return to pansexual cultures of the pre-Christian Graeco-Roman world. It listens to the voices of 34 individuals, extraordinary in their ordinariness, including witnesses to the experience of leaving homosexual practices and feelings. It explores how sciences become the servants of ideology using examples from history, mental health policy and archaeology.

YouTube video

In addition to the film, a dedicated website www.voicesofthesilenced.com will also shortly be released, providing full information about the movie, the participants and the production.

 

Core Issues is a non-profit Christian ministry supporting men and women with homosexual issues who voluntarily seek change in sexual preference and expression.

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