BREAKING WORLD WAR III NEWS: RUSSIA PASSES BILL TO CRIMINALIZE THE PROMOTION OF HOMOSEXUALITY INCLUDING IN MOVIES, BOOKS, OR ADVERTISING, ESPECIALLY TO CHILDREN. Daniel Whyte III, president of Gospel Light Society International, says, there are many reasons this war is going on that reaches back into history, but he assures you . . .

 

Russia advances bill to criminalize ‘promoting’ LGBTQ/homosexual relationships

BREAKING WORLD WAR III NEWS: RUSSIA PASSES BILL TO CRIMINALIZE THE PROMOTION OF HOMOSEXUALITY INCLUDING IN MOVIES, BOOKS, OR ADVERTISING, ESPECIALLY TO CHILDREN. Daniel Whyte III, president of Gospel Light Society International, says, there are many reasons this war is going on that reaches back into history, but he assures you that one of the reasons this war is going on is because the countries in the West, including America, have lost their righteous minds by promoting and legalizing homosexuality and homosexual marriage. There are people in this world who may be evil in other areas, but they question the judgement of the West for doing this because they know it would destroy any society, as many Western countries are imploding upon themselves for this one abomination and sin against God, because this is a line that God does not want human beings to cross for their own good.

The lower house of Russia’s parliament has passed the final reading of a bill that bans the promotion of “LGBT propaganda” to children, expanding on a law that was adopted in 2013.

Under the legislation, any attempt to promote homosexuality, including in movies, books or advertising, could incur a severe fine.

The bill aims to prevent Russians from promoting or “praising” homosexual relationships or gender reassignment surgery or suggesting that they are “normal.”

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Citizens who promote what the Duma dubs “the propaganda of nontraditional sexual relations” could be fined up to $6,600; organizations could be fined up to $82,100. Foreign nationals could be sentenced to up to 15 days and deported.

The legislation now moves to the upper chamber, which is expected to approve it, and to President Vladimir Putin, who is expected to sign it.

Rights activists say the legislation is an attempt to further oppress sexual minorities in Russia, who already face challenges in a conservative society that has historically prevented gay pride marches and targeted LGBTQ rights activists with impunity.

Tanya Lokshina, Europe and Central Asia associate director at Human Rights Watch, said the 2013 law was “an unabashed example of political homophobia.” The new legislation, she said, amplifies it in “broader and harsher ways.”

Source: Washington Post, Francesca Ebel

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