Russia opens another front, and declares war on the LGBT cause, amid the war in Ukraine and a diplomatic crisis with the West.
Published on 23.10.2022
TASS reports thatIhe Russian parliament imposes a $6,500 fine and deportation on any foreigner who promotes homosexuality in the country.
Russia declares war on the LGBT cause. Amid the war in Ukraine and a diplomatic crisis with the West, Moscow is opening up another front, nothing is new, but to understand what V. Putin is putting in place, you have to watch and well, listen to his last speech so explicit in the video below, he has a clear view. Indeed, sexuality is a personal matter, just like religion and must be experienced as it is and not exhibited, embellished and above all inculcated with vehemence. very, very young toddlers, who do not even know how to urinate alone !!! and by influencing them to transform themselves with the complicity of the corrupt media. In order to then join pedophile rings organized for this and then make them dangle “success”, which will only fall back into the coffers of the complete DS (Lady Gaga). The complete system, we understood it well at through the Epstein case.
Here is a declaration of war against the promotion of homosexuality on its soil. A subject that Putin and his government do not make fun of. The facts have proven it. In fact, a bill presented to the Duma (the lower house of the Russian parliament) plans to deport any foreigner who promotes homosexuality in Russia, according to the Russian news agency. CASS.
According to Russian media, the project will also fine foreign news agencies between $1,600 and $3,200 for trying to promote LGBT causes on the internet. In addition to the financial sanctions, the media concerned will be expelled from Russia. That’s not all. Those involved will be fined $6,500.
Remember that this is not the first time that the Duma has threatened to ban pro-LGBT propaganda on its soil. In fact, in July last year, Alexander Kinstein, chairman of the Russian parliamentary committee on communications and technology, had already announced the decision. “I fully support the initiative launched by Vyacheslav Volodin, the speaker of the Russian parliament, to ban the promotion of non-traditional values,” he said, adding that the parliament had started to develop a similar initiative.
For Alexander Khinshtein, it will be a question of prohibiting pro-LGBT propaganda to Russian citizens of all ages in the media, on the Internet, on social networks, and in films broadcast on Russian channels. To that end, the delegates plan to pass a bill that would severely punish any promotion of homosexuality in Russia.