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Northern Ireland: LGBT rights campaigners protest Russian anti-gay law

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  1. Good on the NI LGBT community for bringing the protest to Belfast. They should have another protest at the Stormont Assembly building considering how the half of the politicians there would undoubtedly wish to enact the Russian anti-gay law in NI.

    Yes, I’m referring to the unionist politicians who are so ‘British’ that they are determined to ensure that LGBT people in that part of the UK are treated inferior to other LGBT British citizens in the rest of the UK.

    Anyway, Northern Ireland 1, Russia 0. Ha ha ha ha ha ha ha. How embarrassing for the Russians!!

  2. Advocates of homosexuality (regardless of if they are not homosexual) argue that free will is the basis for all freedoms man enjoys. They argue that God created everyone to be equal.

    Unfortunately, they use God and man’s free will in ways that defy God’s laws regarding human relations and also regarding what forms free will.

    If someone opposed to homosexuality cites God’s law as to why homosexuality is forbidden, they are backward, homophobic, conservative, etc. I

    If we agree God exists, and His laws supersede that of man, and His laws are more perfect than man’s laws, then we can judge homosexuality by God’s law, i.e. an abomination that is abhorred and forbidden.

    For those who state that God’s law enjoins equality, consider that God’s laws regarding homosexuality is the same in all three monotheistic religions.

    The story of Sodom and Gomorrah is the gold standard by which we can gauge God’s view on the immorality of homosexuality.

    That He found the people of Sodom and Gomo

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