Religious abortions won. Next Saturday, the "March for Labor" moves through Zurich to demonstrate against "systematic elimination of disability". The most prominent board member of the organization is Jürg Läderach, owner and chairman of the board of Läderach AG. The chocolate maker also heads the Zurich-domiciled German-Swiss Chamber of Commerce. He was a chaplain at the "March for the Läbe" club, his cadre Walter Mannhart, head of the Läderach Purchase, was an actor. Both are well-reviewed evangelical groups against moral collapse.
Why was Läderach involved as a lifeguard? He will also appear in Zurich on Saturday, where he has a particularly large branch? The subject team was concerned with the private and personal commitment of individual members of the Läderach family and the company, Elyne Hager, head of Communications at Läderach AG, did not comment on the request. "Mr. Jürg Läderach was not available for private inquiries." Private questions? "March for Labor" sees itself as a rally with a confession of confession, as is the public at every se.
Against "Jesus Christ Superstar"
Jürg Läderach testifies to a long breath. For 25 years he has fought against "moral decline around the world" and for the "preservation of Christian values in politics and society". This is the purpose of the "Christian for Truth" (CFT) organization, which he has led since 1
The association, recently known as "Christian for Today", co-founded the "March for Labor". Läderach represents there with Mannhart the CFT organization, which refers to assisted suicide, marriage and reproduction, pornography or the "Harry Potter" position.
Often, the two letters come together, for example in the kiosk -AG, which should please make their family outlets friendly, so there is no porn. The CFT has also called for rallies against the erotic fair, the journeys of men and musical Jesus Christ Superstar, or to call for more Creationist influence at the school level. 19659007] is the main theme of CFT. In 2005, Läderach and Mannhart wrote to the Federal Councilor Blocher: "We have experienced with great concern and constitution how homosexuals should receive recognized status.,, The fact that you, as a representative of the state government, will support the powerful lobby in the arena with your yes on cooperation law, undermining confidence in the Federal Council, who must fulfill its role as the leader of our people in responsibility before God and his orders. »
The successful chocolate maker, which currently employs 850 people and, according to "Bilanz", generates sales of 125 million Swiss francs, is now thwarted with unspoken moral appeals. of the Confucius spoke publicly about faith, and then happily as a Christian patron, the heart of his "Chocolate Family" values ad of love and humanity. In Zurich's program "March for Labe" Läderach does not appear as a speaker. Pictures such as 1996, which show him as a speaker of conservative Christians in Rütliwiese, are almost gone.
Like a father's son
In the CFT's quarterly bulletin left Läderach around. instead write to others against the collapse of morality, Walter Mannhart about or his eldest son Johannes Läderach, replacing his father last year as CEO of Läderach AG.
The 33-year-old businessman is behind SVP politician and OK-President of "March for Labor" Daniel Regli, when he created a scandal at the Zurich local council in 2017. It is said. Regli says homosexuals between the ages of 30 and 40 will commit suicide because "anal muscle will no longer deliver what it promises." The anger has passed beyond the Zurich town hall and factions.
Johannes Läderach, like his father on the CFT board, wondered in his bulletin, why not a single politician and no single medium asked if there was indeed a medical problem. No doctor was interviewed and no statistics on suicide rates were reviewed.
Inquiries about the company's profits
Instead, they just played with the man and called the Reglis thesis, inhumane. The politician may speak fortunately, Läderach told critics that the racism-criminal standard does not refer to homosexuals, otherwise he would expect a report. Logically, Johannes Läderach debated at the CFT Annual Conference 2018 with Chur diocese spokesman Giuseppe Gracia about "freedom of expression – an illusion?".
Läderach AG, an unlisted family business, does not need to disclose its numbers. Like other family businesses, revenues are also used for activities that are important from a family point of view, noted Swiss Idea journal Johannes Läderach. "We also support projects in the Christian-social area." So is "March for Labor"?
Johannes Läderach's statement was misleading, Hager's own communications officer corrected him: The Läderach company was investing "in no way in Christian social projects". Instead, it promotes activities in favor of sustainable business activities in its direct sphere of influence – for example cocoa extraction, energy efficiency or waste management. It is true and well known that "individual family members are involved in Christian social projects or health research".
In the health sector? Not rather in the area of life preservation? The Läderachs "Christian for Truth" strongly supports the initiative for mothers and children who want to ban abortion in principle and even victims of rape. It was widely rejected by the people on 2 June 2002. Many members of the missionary organization KwaSizabantu, the parent organization of the CFT, sit on the Initiative Committee. The preacher, a worldwide missionary from South Africa, was associated with the Läderach family and the Swiss branch of KwaSizabantu. Missionswerk is within Hof Oberkirch in the Sanctic Gallic Kaltbrunn. Jürg Läderach heads Hof Oberkirch AG, which also owns Christian private school Domino Servite. Her children attended this school, her husband a teacher there.
Much is happening now: the associations at Hof Oberkirch have only been missed by an image correction and a name change. Domino Servite's private school is now called Christian School Linth. Its purpose is to "educate children and youth in respect for the triune God and for living, aged people". The missionary work KwaSizabantu was renamed "Evangelical Church Hof Oberkirch". It should have about 200 members and according to religious and sectarian expert Georg Otto Schmid a "evangelical community on the conservative side of the free church scene".
Created: 12.09.2019, 06:14