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Russia: Gay pride suspicion stops nationalist jog

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  1. Monty Crisco 24 Jan 2012, 12:37pm

    This is hilarious, not least that there is such a thing as a right wing extremist jogging group, but also that they have been hoisted by their own petard.

  2. Perhaps you could learn to spell – mind you even then that didn’t make sense.

    1. perhaps the slaves should have abide by the laws of the land, perhaps the USA founding fathers should have stayed in england and follow the laws of the lands, perhaps you should get out of this website or follow the law of the land and accept homosexual as equals.

      also your comment doesn’t make any sens. Homosexual in russia are fighting for equals rights and you say they are hypocrite for whining when anti-equality laws are being broken? I mean that’s exactly what they want.

      and lastly are you a troll or just an homophobic macho?

      1. Dr Robin Guthrie 24 Jan 2012, 2:23pm

        Ignore it.

        There is a cess pit somewhere missing a turd, and here it is…..

  3. Maybe all public gatherings should be tipped off in this way. Maybe all this running around (jogging, perhaps) and further wasting money will highlight the ludicrousness of not allowing them in the first place. If you’re going to make them illegal, let’s make the law enforcers dance.

    1. jamestoronto 24 Jan 2012, 4:08pm

      Now there’s a thought. I can just picture armed Russian police running all over the countryside breaking up “subversive” gatherings. Sounds like a skit out of Monty Python.

  4. johnny33308 24 Jan 2012, 2:45pm

    Too funny!

  5. If it weren’t so sad, this story would be very funny; right-wing bigots suddenly find out what it is like to have their ordinary activities prohibited.

  6. Stalin would be so proud of these people.

  7. Russia, anyone surprised ? My only sadness is that this occured in Kaliningrad, the former Prussian city of Königsberg, the home of the German philosopher Immanuel Kant, one of the greatest philosophers of all times and the one who invented our modern concepts of liberty and freedom. They could have some respect for the memory of Kant.

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