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Bulgaria: Hundreds march for gay rights and against Russian anti-gay laws

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  1. “Today’s march was criticised by the Orthodox Church, which said it undermined Christian traditions.”
    Of course they opposed it, they wouldn’t want to do anything to upset their Russian masters, would they?
    And as for christian traditions. More and more people of the world are coming to see the senseless discrimination and overt persecution of minorities as the christian tradition it truly is.
    It would take a revolution of biblical proportions to make the christian churches return to the teachings of Jesus that they have so sadly abandoned.

  2. Patriarch Batholomew and Archbishop Krill, who have a pi**ing match in progress over who is “muy mas macho” have had their butts kicked by the pope’s recent statements concerning homosexuality. They appear as foolish, hateful homophobes by comparison. Not a good look for a religious leader.

  3. Dimitris T 22 Sep 2013, 9:46pm

    This is good news. Yes, we march and this is great and important because the existance of gay people is cenrsored in public speach. The way ahead is long and perilous. I post here a greek orthodox Bishop (who was a police officer during the dictatorship) praising the Golden Dawn, just a few days after the notorious political murder of Pavlos Fyssas.

    http://www.ethnos.gr/article.asp?catid=22768&subid=2&pubid=63730220#forumtop

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