Catholic Activists in Africa Rally for Signatures to Halt "radical" Pro-Choice Agenda

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The African branch of the International Catholic activist organization, CitizenGo Africa, has launched a petition against Walt Disney Company for seeking to groom children to adopt radical pro-choice agenda.

In their Thursday, April 21 online petition, the activists say Disney's corporate President, Karey Burke, was heard bragging about her plans “to introduce more and more LGBTQ+ (lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer) indoctrination to young children.”

CitizenGo Africa officials are calling on Disney to “immediately end all lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer (LGBTQ+) grooming and indoctrination in their products.”   

In the online petition, the activists are rallying for signatures to petition Disney CEO Robert Chapek “telling him you will stop buying Disney products, streaming services and attending Disney parks unless they end their grooming and indoctrination of children." 

The activists add, “It’s time to turn up the heat. Disney still relies on families for the vast majority of their revenue, so join me in hitting them where it hurts.”


Officials of the African-branch of the Hazte Oir, an ultra-conservative Spanish Catholic organization, say, “Disney is the new political muscle for the LGBTQ+ agenda. And concerned families, like yours and mine, are their opponents.”

They further say, “Crazy thing is, they (Disney) still want, need, your money. That’s why we need to mobilize our boycott now. It is more than just another boycott but the power behind our political action.”

The Catholic activists recall their 2019 petition in which over one million concerned parents and citizens worldwide signed a petition after Disney hosted its first Gay Pride event in Paris, France.

“With signature totals quickly reaching the 1.5 million mark, Disney executives took the beloved fairy tale Cinderella in the Muppet Babies show and turned the princess into a male character who puts on a dress, pretending to be a female,” CitizenGo Africa officials say.

They add, “Our campaigns have been the leading voice for families who are tired of Disney forcing the political agenda of gender ideologies and radical LGBTQ activists on them, and this caused investors to start to worry as they knew that Disney couldn't afford to alienate families from visiting their parks and enjoying their products.”

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Magdalene Kahiu is a Kenyan journalist with passion in Church communication. She holds a Degree in Social Communications from the Catholic University of Eastern Africa (CUEA). Currently, she works as a journalist for ACI Africa.