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EC report criticises EU applicants Turkey, Kosovo and Serbia on LGBT rights

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  1. Simple answer: repeal all anti-gay laws or you don’t get in. And if you try to re-introduce them after you’re in, you’re straight out again. Civilised nations have to bring irrational State sanctioned, religiously-inspired homophobia to an end. If government’s allow this disgusting prejudice and alienation to continue, they will find themselves on the wrong siqe of history and possibly with blood on their hands.

  2. These countries want to enter the EU within the next few years, you cannot change an entire generation’s views on us in that amount of time no matter how much the law changes. A large majority of people in those countries are homophobic which gives them free access to amazing LGBT countries in Western/Northern Europe, I hope gay people come to these countries and live happier lives but not the homophobes, they don’t deserve to live in our society. These countries should get their economies and human rights up to standard before joining the EU.

  3. Sufian Alanovic 18 Oct 2013, 7:58am


    Clearly the EU and the USA have been on the right side of modern history so far, with no blood in their hands at all whilst trying to correct this world in their sadistic ways, you white, ignorant arrogant pri**k.

  4. Jock S. Trap 18 Oct 2013, 12:13pm

    No countries should be accepted into the EU unless they have Equal rights.

    It would be ignorant to allow them on just words they’ll do better, they actually need to do better. Let us see action and a better society before they are allowed to join.

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