Sunday, July 2, 2017

RUSSIAN Church says Gays get out- leave Russia, free tickets

Jul 03 2017 : The Times of India (Chennai)
TV channel offers gays tickets to leave Russia

Gay people in Russia have been asked to compete for a one-way plane ticket out of the country by an Orthodox Christian TV channel. “If you are gay and wish to emigrate from Russia, channel Constantinople will buy you a one way ticket with great pleasure“, Tsargrad TV writes in the video's description with emojis of a plane and a sick face.The channel said anyone interested should have a “medical certificate“ confirming “sodomy or other forms of perversion.“ The video message was posted earlier this week on Saint Petersburg-based social network VK, Russia's most popular website.
It features clips of LGBT marches abroad as well as a Russian plane taking off, and suggests those interested should contact TV host Andrey Afanasyev. Afanasyev says California is a sympathetic home to Russian LGBT people. “This is not a joke,“ he says. “We really want you to return there, where you can openly submit to your sins.“
Tsargrad TV was set up to promote Christian Orthodox values and also calls itself Constantinople, after the ancient centre of Eastern Christianity and capital of the Byzantine Empire.
Founder Konstantin Malofeev says the channel was designed to be “a platform and voice of the Russian Orthodox majority“ and compares it to a Russian equivalent of Fox News.

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