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Kazakhstan MP calls for law banning ‘homosexual relations’

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  1. It’s almost as if women don’t have fertility problems, nope, women can clearly get pregnant with no problem in Kazakhstan if they’re banning marriage based on reproduction. Tell us Kazakhstan, how did you overcome this obstacle, millions of women worldwide would love to know.

  2. “Ban homosexual relations”?
    You can’t rid humans of normal, natural sexual impulses. Humans were having them long before, and will have it long after your crazy religion has expired.
    So you can try ban it all you want, one bigot or another has tried to do so for centuries, homosexuality, and homosexual relationships will occur either way.

    1. The west tried to ban the gays, look where that got us!! Nowhere!!!

      They tried with everything they could and they FAILED because love always conquers hate. If the west can’t do it, nobody can.

  3. Another religious zealot who thinks he can alter natural human love and relationships and the laws of physics just because he has these random sociopathic and schizoid episodes passing through his grey matter.
    Did it ever occur to this idiot that the countries he eulogises are hardly prime examples humanity at its most knowledgeable or at the cutting edge of technological development.
    Time to stop listening to these retarded fools who want to impose their bronze age delusions on reasonable and thoughtful people.

    1. RoyalHumanist 4 Oct 2013, 4:27pm

      As an atheist and humanist, I claim that male homosexuality-sodomy, and marriage based on such relation is Un-Natural. The Natural function of the organ is for which its structure has been Evolved over millions of years …

  4. Deputy Bakhytbek Smagul sure does quack like he’s from the Kremlin.

  5. Cade in Aus 2 Oct 2013, 2:19pm

    “Kazakhstan is the greatest
    country in the world.
    All you other countries
    are run by little girls.”

    1. That There Other David 2 Oct 2013, 5:33pm

      LOL. I immediately thought of the number four prostitute in all of Kazakhstan too :-)

  6. he asked: “What contribution will [homosexuals] make to our country’s demography?”

    With logic as flawed as his calling for a law banning “Homosexual Relations” he’s too bigoted and ill informed to be prepared to be enlightened, let alone amazed.

  7. “going on to quesion how “men with a different orientation”, could effectively guard the borders of the country.”

    Hahaha these people are so backward it’s laughable. Literally like going in a time machine. Give them a couple of decades, they’ll get it eventually.

    Although I’m raging that Russia’s laws are inspiring similar ones elsewhere. They’re based on LIES. How can anyone in the international community tolerate these laws when they are based on LIES?

  8. Well, if this proposal ever went through, one presumes it would end any chance of this backward, tin-pot state achieving full EU membership. It is truely frightening that, as the major civilised parts of the world advance the cause of LGBT equality, places like Russia demonstarte just how entrenched in the past they are. If it wasn’t for the natural resourses they possess and on which we rely, I trust the West would take pleasure in kicking them into the mists of history – where they belong.

    1. Good grief, on what imaginable basis could Kazakhstan – further east than Iran – possibly qualify for EU membership? That’s assuming they’d even want to, which I seriously doubt given the country’s enormous mineral resources and burgeoning economy.

  9. Borat lives.

  10. Bloody idiot…

  11. GingerlyColors 6 Oct 2013, 10:20pm

    It will be a tragedy if Kazakhstan does make such a retrograde step. I just hope that MP is not representetive of the the majority of that country’s lawmakers. Unfortunately the backward steps that Russia have made over LGBT issues will no doubt influence it’s neighbours such as Kazakhstan.
    Kazakhstan along with Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan and Azerbaijan all decriminalized homosexuality following the break up of the USSR in spite of being Muslim majority countries. Turkmenistan and Uzbekistan continue to criminalize it.

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