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Thursday February 27 2014
07:00 PM

LGBT Rights in Ireland and Russia

category dublin | gender and sexuality | event notice author Monday February 24, 2014 19:33author by Rosa - ROSA - for Reproductive rights, against Oppression, Sexism and Austerity Report this post to the editors

LGBT Rights in Ireland and Russia

Speakers:

-Igor Iasine, LGBT rights activist in Russia (via Skype)
- Paul Murphy, Socialist Party MEP
- Rita Harrold, ROSA

7 pm, Thursday 27 February, Wynn's Hotel, Abbey Street

Organised by ROSA - for Reproductive rights, against Oppression, Sexism and Austerity

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author by fredpublication date Mon Feb 24, 2014 20:43Report this post to the editors

Is this more russophobic bullshit, designed to undermine russia politically using the gay lobby, while much worse regimes that are our friends such as Saudi Arabia (recently visited by angela kerins and the taoiseach) get a free pass despite executing people for being gay. Paul Murphy, surely you see that??

What about the new Arizona law for instance, which makes it legal for a business not to serve people because they are gay? Are we going to have a meeting about the US and organise destabilising pressure groups and lots of media coverage in their country too during a major sport event? Fat chance!

US cops would likely just pepper spray and bang up the protesters with fines etc. and none of the MSM would cover it, unlike in the case of Russia.

Gay sex is completely legal in Russia. Remember It was illegal in Ireland not all that long ago.

The sooner the gay lobby cop on and stop being useful idiots furthering the aims of western imperialists who don't give a rats ass about gay rights, the better.

I'll await the arizona protests and the Saudi protests from the LGBT lobby but I won't hold my breath!!. There is a definite agenda against Russia specifically in action here.

I guess real discriminatory laws and the execution of gays is not high priority when the geopolitical aims of imperialism are at stake.

So tell me Paul Murphy MEP, Are the LGBT lobby getting any funding from NED, CANVAS, freedom house etc etc to undermine Russia?? I bet they are.

author by amusedpublication date Mon Feb 24, 2014 21:24Report this post to the editors

A quick check shows there is a long list of countries where homosexuality is still illegal. Most of them are in Africa and Middle East but quite a few in Asia including India and even the United States has anti-sodomy laws still on the books in 13 states. The list is Alabama, Florida, Idaho, Kansas, Louisiana, Michigan, Mississippi, North Carolina, Oklahoma, South Carolina, Texas, Utah and Virginia. No surprise Texas is there.

The country list is:

Africa
1 Algeria
2 Angola
3 Benin
4 Botswana
5 Burundi
6 Cameroon
7 Comoros
8 Egypt
9 Eritrea
10 Ethiopia
11 Gambia
12 Ghana
13 Guinea
14 Kenya
15 Lesotho
16 Liberia
17 Libya
18 Malawi
19 Mauritania
20 Mauritius
21 Morocco
22 Mozambique
23 Namibia
24 Nigeria
25 Sao Tome
26 Senegal
27 Seychelles
28 Sierra Leone
29 Somalia
30 South Sudan
31 Sudan
32 Swaziland
33 Tanzania
34 Togo
35 Tunisia
36 Uganda
37 Zambia
38 Zimbabwe

Asia, including the Middle East
39 Afghanistan
40 Bangladesh
41 Bhutan
42 Brunei
43 India
44 Iran
45 Kuwait
46 Lebanon
47 Malaysia
48 Maldives
49 Myanmar
50 Oman
51 Pakistan
52 Palestine/Gaza Strip
53 Qatar
54 Saudi Arabia
55 Singapore
56 Sri Lanka
57 Syria
58 Turkmenistan
59 United Arab Emirates
60 Uzbekistan
61 Yemen

Americas
62 Antigua & Barbuda
63 Barbados
64 Belize
65 Dominica
66 Grenada
67 Guyana
68 Jamaica
69 St Kitts & Nevis
70 St Lucia
71 St Vincent & the Grenadines
72 Trinidad & Tobago

Oceania
73 Cook Islands
74 Indonesia (Aceh Province and South Sumatra)
75 Kirbati
76 Nauru
77 Palau
78 Papua New Guinea
79 Samoa
80 Solomon Islands
81 Tonga
82 Tuvalu

Europe
83 Northern Cyprus

author by Fredpublication date Tue Feb 25, 2014 03:46Report this post to the editors

But no LGBT protests splattered across the media worldwide or no calls from high profile gay folk calling for a boycott of Utah winter games. Gee, what a surprise!

http://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/govbeat/wp/2014/02/...anda/

Cop on LGBT protesters. you are being used. And the people using you don't care about rights, gay or otherwise.

author by Con Carrollpublication date Wed Feb 26, 2014 15:31Report this post to the editors

Fred
fair play to you. one does get fed up with the white middle class gay agenda. who the hell need Stephen Fry. Graham Norton. obnoxious millionaires

author by enough saidpublication date Wed Feb 26, 2014 23:36Report this post to the editors

Funny how much the US and it puppet NGOs went on about Russia and gays during the Winter Olympics when they should have been looking in their own backyard...

In a move reminiscent of Jim Crow laws that upheld discrimination against blacks for generations after the Civil War, both houses of Arizona’s legislature have passed a reactionary measure that would allow businesses in the state to refuse services to homosexuals if such refusal placed a “substantial burden on their sincerely held religious beliefs.”

The measure, SB 1062, was approved last Thursday and awaits approval or veto from right-wing Republican governor Jan Brewer. If the governor takes no action on the measure by Saturday, it will become state law.....


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