CitizenGO, which is based in Madrid (where Brian recently delivered a speech), is essentially a petitioning platform focused on global issues. In addition to considerable focus on marriage inequality, CitizenGO also promotes and/or directs campaigns in support of speakers who claim that "homosexual activists have played a integral role in the rise of Fascist politics, including Nazism," against the World Health Organization's supposed "promotion" of homosexuality, against Canadian pride parades, and much more.
Hooper even points out that CitizenGo was one of the organizations who endorsed the laws against alleged "gay propaganda" in Russia, laws which have led to widespread violence and other forms of persecution against Russia's lgbt community.
As vile enough as that is, here is something a bit more stomach churning. If one were to go to CitizenGo's twitter address, one would see several tweets speaking against the persecution of Christians in foreign countries, as well as pictures like such:
Britain Urged To Withhold Aid To The Countries That Persecute #Christians http://t.co/4zLTXOj9Jo @Pakchristians pic.twitter.com/w6EaKwl3q6Where is the consistency or integrity? How can a group who supports or minimizes the persecution of one group stand against the persecution of another.
— CitizenGO (@CitizenGO) January 14, 2014
Since when do supposed Christian groups make a pecking order out of who deserves dignity, respect, and safety?