Skip to comments.4 Dutch Citizens Suspected of Gay Propaganda Crime in Russia
Posted on 07/23/2013 3:14:34 AM PDT by TexGrill
Four Dutch citizens detained by police during a gay rights seminar outside the northern Russian city of Murmansk appeared in a local court Monday for allegedly promoting homosexual relationships among minors, human rights activists and local media reports said.
Investigators and migration officials reportedly detained the four, who were making a film about gay rights in Russia, on Sunday afternoon at a campsite during an event for young rights activists. The four were then questioned for about eight hours, said Tatyana Kulbakina, a representative of human rights monitoring organization OGON.
Those detained included Kris van der Veen, a gay rights activist and a Dutch city councilman.
"Instead of sitting on the plane, we're still in Murmansk," Van der Veen wrote on Facebook on Monday afternoon. "It's about the documentary, homosexual propaganda. It's going alright, but it's not clear what to do next. There has been lots of support and help from activists and the consulate."
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The Russians, unlike everyone else on Planet Earth, seem, in these latter days, to be the only ones cognizant of how to prevent their moral decline.
Let’s hope they realize the homosexuals world-wide are lying when they claim an interest in ‘moral equality’ and realize that the true agenda is utter social domination.
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