Randy Engel
January 1, 2014
Vatican hires world's leading pro-homosexual corporations as advisors
By Randy Engel

Introduction

In their efforts to bring "transparency" and "efficiency" and "financial reform" to the Government of the Vatican City State (the "Governatorato"), Vatican officials have managed to completely ignore the lack of moral credentials of the mega firms they have hired to carry out these tasks including the world's top pro-lesbian, "gay," bisexual, transgender (LGBT) consulting firm of Ernst & Young, now formally known as EY. [1] Nor, apparently, did Ernst & Young officers volunteer this information before signing their formal contract with the Vatican to seal their lucrative consultation deal. Nor, apparently, did the leaders of the Homosexual Collective Internationale feel constrained to publicly denounce this well-advertised, but incredulous business arrangement between the alleged "homophobic" Roman Catholic Church and the London-based corporate giant of Ernst & Young, the world's most "gay friendly" employer. So permit me to do the honors.

EY Global Oversees a Vast Homosexual Network

As explained in EMEIA D & I – Diversity and inclusiveness review FY 13, EY includes "sexual orientation" in its definition of "diversity." Thus EY Global Corporate and its member firms are committed to demonstrating "inspiring leadership in all areas of LGBT-related diversity practice." [2] EY's LGBT networking extends around the world including the Americas, Africa, the United Kingdom and Ireland. According to Victor Nieves, Co-Chair of UK&I EYGLES, one of the many LGBT networks created and funded by EY:
    We are extremely excited to be featured in the Top 10 of the Stonewall Workplace Equality Index for the fourth consecutive year. Our strong presence in the index is great recognition of the work EY and the EYGLES LGBT+ network are doing to create a more inclusive workplace. It also provides us with a tremendous opportunity to develop additional support for our people, share best practice with other organizations and continue to go from strength to strength as a network! [3]
The Stonewall Workplace Equality Index is the creature of Stonewall, a British professional campaign and lobbying "charity" dedicated to promoting lesbian, homosexual and bisexual "rights" and advancing the Homosexual Collective Internationale's agenda. [4] One of Stonewall's projects is its "Education for All" campaign designed to combat "homophobia" and "homophobic" bullying in schools, and the publication of pro-homosexual teacher training programs and materials for primary and secondary school use such as Some People are Gay. Get Over It. [5]

EY Executives Advance Pro-Homosexual and Pro-Abortion Agenda

In 2012, EY's former Global Chairman and CEO James Turley, and Global Vice Chair – Public Policy self-identified lesbian Beth A. Brooke, and self-identified lesbian Liz Bingham, Managing Partner for People at EY, delivered keynote addresses to major LGBT conferences including the National Gay & Lesbian Chamber of Commerce National Business & Leadership Conference in Chicago and the Out & Equal [San Francisco-based organization] Summit in London. Both events were underwritten, in part, by EY. Addressing EY's Global LGBT Workplace Summit held in London in July 2012 , Bingham, who also serves as Ambassador to Stonewall, stated that firms must continue to push for better workplaces for LGBT people, even in countries where it looks like the job has been done. [6] Beth Brooke, one of 100 of the most powerful women in the world, uses her position at EY to advance the Homosexual Collective's multifaceted agenda. Brooke is also a pro-abortion advocate. On November 19, 2009, she Co-Chaired the National Women's Law Center (NWLC) gala dinner at the Washington Hilton in Washington D.C. The NWLC is a pro-abortion litigation firm created first and foremost to secure a woman's "reproductive rights" including abortion and tax-funded contraceptive and abortifacient drugs and devices. Ernst & Young is a major financial contributor to the NWLC. [7]

EY CEO Lobbies Against Boy Scouts Homosexual Ban

Although most Renew America readers are not familiar with EY Global executives Bingham and Brooke, they probably are familiar with the name of former EY CEO James Turley. It was Turley, a prominent member of the Boy Scouts of America National Executive Committee (BSA/NEC), joined by AT&T CEO Randall Stephenson, who led the lengthy battle to remove the BSA's ban on homosexuals beginning with the ban on homosexual youth membership (Scouts). [8] The new policy takes effect January 1, 2014. In a formal statement on June 12, 2012, released with the Ernst & Young Global logo, Turley stated that Ernst & Young is proud to have such a strong record in LGBT inclusiveness and that he opposed the discriminatory membership policy of the BSA concerning the ban on homosexuals. On August 8, 2012, the EY executive gave his first public LGBT speaking engagement to a packed house at the National Gay and Lesbian Chamber of Conference held in the Radisson Blu Aqua Hotel in Chicago. [9] According to Turley, his stance on the BSA controversy was received well at corporate headquarters. He claimed that, over the years, he has aimed to put women, people of color and LGBT workers in positions of power at EY. [10]

bEYond the "Gay" Rainbow

EY Global has also developed a vast internal professional network for "LGBT people and their allies" called bEYond which supports and promotes EY's LGBT-inclusive culture. With more than 1,700 members in more than 90 EY locations, bEYyond also works with other Professional Networks to better leverage available resources and reach a larger audience. [11] Much of bEYond's pro-homosexual propaganda is directed at youth. For example, there is an EY video titled It Gets Better in which adult sodomite and lesbian employees of EY confirm young "gays" and lesbians in their perverse tendencies and promote the joys of being "out" and being "one's self." [12] Consciously or unconsciously, the adult "role models" in the video, having themselves taken on a deviant addictive identity, now seek out neophyte addicts whom they encourage to "come out," thus justifying his own perverse practices and enlarging their circle of fellow deviants. [13] They are not a good advertisement for EY. In January 2012, EY hosted an Inclusive Leadership in the Military meeting at which openly homosexual members of the military reviewed for EY officers and staff the impact of lifting the ban on homosexuals in the military. The panel of speakers included homosexual activist Lance Corporal James Wharton from North Wales, the first male homosexual to appear on the front cover of Soldier magazine, an official publication of the British Army. [14] According to the online edition of GayStarNews for November 20, 2013, many global corporations including EY may soon refuse to operate in countries with "homophobic laws." [15]

Ernst & Young, LLP Pushes U.S. Homosexual Agenda

In the United States, since 2005, the member firm of Ernst & Young LLP, has also achieved a 100% Corporate Equality Index (CEI) rating from the Washington, D.C. pro-LGBT Human Rights Campaign (HRC).The HRC, a homosexual "civil rights" organization founded in 1980, has received funding from Ernst & Young, LLP. [16] The HRC played an important role in the defeat of the Federal Marriage Amendment to the U.S. Constitution in 2004 and 2006; in the passage of the Hate Crimes Prevention Act in 2009; and in the repeal of the Department of Defense's "Don't Ask, Don't Tell" law. [17] In an EY "Building a better working world" New York news release dated November 14, 2012, Karyn Twaronite, the Americas Inclusiveness Officer for the EY organization applauded the HRC for "its history of identifying the gold standard in LGBT inclusiveness and pushing Ernst & Young LLP and many others in a growing list of top organizations to achieve it [CEI] annually." [18] The same news release highlighted other Ernst & Young LLP pro-homosexual activities including the Promotion of the Immigration Equality Action Fund's Business Coalition for the Uniting American Families Act (H.R.519 / S.296) which would allow a U.S. citizen or permanent resident to sponsor their same-sex partner for immigration to the U.S. [19] In March 2013, Ernst & Young LLP joined in a "friend of the court" brief before the U.S. Supreme Court in opposition to the Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA) which was enacted on September 21, 1996, and declared unconstitutional by the Supreme Court in 2013.

Diversity in Perversity is Good for Business On April 10, 2013, Tomas Nobbe, the Executive Director of the 2014 Gay Games (Cleveland and Akron August 9-16, 2014) hailed Ernst & Young LLP's Platinum sponsorship of the event and the firm's "commitment to inclusiveness." [20] In the same press release, Steve Howe, EY's Americas Managing Partner, announced that "Ernst & Young knows that fostering a diverse and inclusive workplace leads to better results – for our clients and our high-performing teams." [21] Really? How does the inclusion of employees who engage in sexually deviant vices improve EY's business practices? How does EY's global promotion of the anti-culture of the Homosexual Collective with its pattern of illicit drug use, pornography, prostitution, domestic violence, pederast contingent, and Typhoid Mary health repercussions, benefit the family and society? [22]

Vatican Adds Insult to Injury

Adding insult to injury, just a cursory review of the policies of the other three advisory firms recently hired by the Vatican to reform its administrative and financial practices reveals a pro-homosexual pattern similar to that of Ernst and Young. The U.S.-based McKinsey & Company hired by the Vatican to improve its communication offices including Osservatore Romano, and Vatican Radio and Vatican Television has a cookie-cutter LGBT policy almost identical to Ernst and Young. [23] "McKinsey is a place where LGBT people thrive," the McKinsey website openly and proudly proclaims.
    GLAM (Gay, lesbian, bi, and trans at McKinsey) is a vibrant, connected, worldwide network of LGBT colleagues who are committed to each other's success and to attracting more talented LGBT women and men into the McKinsey community.

    McKinsey has sought LGBT talent for years. We are the founding sponsor of all three major U.S. LGBT recruiting conferences – Reaching Out MBA (ROMBA), Out for Undergraduates in Business (OUBC), and IvyQ. [24]
Wow! Now ain't that a kick in the head to every faithful Catholic layman and cleric and other people of good will who have been fighting the Homosexual Collective in the U.S. and abroad for decades with little to none support from the Vatican. Then there is the mega Swiss accounting firm of KPMG. This multi-national group was hired by the Vatican to improve its financial practices. KPMG's version of McKinsey's GLAM is PRIDE. [25]
    Established in 2003, pride@kpmg is KPMG LLP's network for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender (LGBT) employees and partners and their straight allies. With more than 750 members and 12 chapters, our network

    provides opportunities to participate in career development programs, broaden professional experiences, and build career-enriching relationships, both within and beyond the firm. June, 2013 marks the 10 year anniversary of the network and there is so much to be proud of.

    Recruitment and Retention – Developing and implementing an overall strategy to increase LGBT employee and partner recruitment and retention, and expand the number of LGBT professionals in senior-level positions within the firm. [26]
No further comments are necessary concerning KPMG's commitment to the Homosexual Collective Internationale.

And finally, there is the Washington, D.C.- based Promontory Financial Group hired by the Vatican to conduct detailed reviews of client accounts for the Vatican Bank and the Administration of the Patrimony of the Holy See. On November 28, 2011, Eugene A. Ludwig, founder and CEO of Promontory Financial Group, issued the following press statement with regard to Massachusetts Congressman Barnett "Barney" Frank's announcement that he was retiring from the U.S. House of Representatives and would not seek re-election for a 17th term in Congress:
    Congressman Frank has been a remarkably effective, focused, and determined member of the House of Representatives. During 16 terms in the House, he has emerged as a pragmatist whose affinity for consumers is complemented by a genuine understanding of the importance of promoting robust businesses and a stable, thriving financial system. His facility in dealing with complicated financial issues is unparalleled, and as a champion of affordable and available housing for all, he has had few equals in Congress. His departure from Congress will be sorely felt. [27]
Given the fact of Congressman Barney Frank's many tawdry public and private homosexual escapades which have been captured on the front pages of every D.C. newspaper and scandal sheet since he "came out" in 1987, it is virtually impossible for CEO Ludwig and/or his functionaries at Promontory Financial Group not to have known about them, especially since Frank was the ranking minority member and former Chairman of the powerful House Financial Services Committee, and the founder in 1998 of the National Stonewall Democrats, a Washington, D.C.- based LGBT Democratic organization. Of Frank's many homosexual misadventures, there was one in particular which has a direct bearing on the veracity of Ludwig's praise of Frank as a consummate financial wizard – Frank's long term affair with economist and "gay" activist Herb Moses and their ménage à trios with the Federal National Mortgage Association commonly known as Fannie Mae. [28] Frank and his live-in "husband" hooked up in 1987 with the latter claiming "full spousal benefits." Moses was in need of employment and Frank used his influence to get his "husband" an executive position at Fannie where Moses worked his way up to Assistant Director for Product Initiatives. So while "wife" Frank toiled away in the House rewriting housing and banking deregulation laws that would favor Fannie and lobbying for Fannie to soften rules on multi-family home mortgages even though they had a high rate of default, "hubby" Moses was developing Fannie's housing and home improvement lending programs including relaxed loan assistance for rural customers. [29] In the meantime, Fannie showed its appreciation to Frank by forking over $40,000 in political contributions. That came in just $6,700 under the Promontory Financial Group contributions of $46,700 to help keep Barney Frank in office. In September 2008, while the mortgage market collapsed causing one of the greatest financial and economic crisis in U.S. history and the government-sponsored monopoly of Fannie Mae was put into "conservatorship" and had to be bailed out by American taxpayers to the tune of $188 billion, Congressman Frank was still singing its praises to Congress. Little wonder Reuters news agency which carried Ludwig's release carried a caveat that stated they were not responsible for the content in this press release.

It Will Be a Blessed New Year Nevertheless

I'll make my concluding remarks very brief. If you have ever wondered how such a small segment of the world's population, and a deviant segment to boot, can possess such vast political and economic powers and influence, then this article should be a real eye-opener. As Turley quite plainly demonstrated, he was not above using EY's corporate leverage and twisting a lot of arms to bring down the Boy Scouts of America's ban on homosexuals. Also, these trillion and billion dollar corporate entities not only financially underwrite the Homosexual Collective Internationale, but they also contribute to the campaigns of Congressional and State politicians running for public office on a pro-GLBT plank.

As for the Vatican's role in yet another moral quagmire under another disastrous post-Conciliar papacy, what can one say?

I have no doubt that the Vatican officials and clerics who hired these morally bankrupt firms to "reform" the Vatican's administration and finances, and who have given God's enemies free access to administrative and financial secret data of all kinds, knew exactly what they were doing when they made the appointments. The fact that not a single Vatican official including the current occupant of the Chair of Saint Peter, has publicly raised the issue of possible moral turpitude practiced and advanced by these mega business firms confirms what all true Catholics know in their heart of hearts – that we are living in the shadow of the Antichrist.

This is why, during this very Holy Season of the year, let each of us, in our own way, give thanks to the Blessed Trinity, Three Persons in One God, for their gift of Life and for their extravagant Love that fills our hearts with gratitude and gives us the courage and fortitude to persevere to the end. There is no cause to fret or despair in the face of the enemies of Christ including those who have found sanctuary in the very heart of the Vatican. After all, has not God already told us in Genesis how the Final Battle will end? And it is with this knowledge, this deeply held belief, that we can look towards a Blessed New Year as an opportunity to do battle here on earth for Christ and His Church so that we may wear a crown of everlasting glory in the Kingdom to come. And now, if you pardon me, I have to go sharpen my pen and my sword.

NOTES:

[1]  EY refers to the global organization of member firms of Ernst & Young Global Limited, each of which is a separate legal entity.


[3]  Ibid., 26. For an interview on how EY advances the homosexual agenda see http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vIhbO7Qrc_I.






[9]  See http://www.windycitymediagroup.com/lgbt/Ernst-Young-CEO-talks-LGBT-inclusion/39057.html.

[10]  Ibid.



[13]  For a discussion of sexual addictions see Lawrence Hatterer, The Pleasure Addicts (A.S. Barnes and Co.: London, 1980). Also, Randy Engel, The Rite of Sodomy (Export, PA: NEP, 2006).

[14]  See http://www.lgbthistoryuk.org/wiki/index.php?title=James_Wharton.





[19]  Ibid., 2


[21]  Ibid.

[22]  See Engel, The Rite of Sodomy.


[24]  Ibid.


[26]  Ibid.



[29]  See Charles Rowley's Blog "Barney Frank: goodbye and good riddance," at http://charlesrowley.com/2011/11/30/barney-frank-goodbye-and-good-riddance-2/.

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Randy Engel, one of the nation's top investigative reporters, began her journalistic career shortly after her graduation from the University of New York at Cortland, in 1961. A specialist in Vietnamese history and folklore, in 1963, she became the editor of The Vietnam Journal, the official publication of the Vietnam Refugee and Information Services, a national relief program in South Vietnam for war refugees and orphans based in Dayton, Ohio... (more)

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