Moscow's top court has upheld a ban on gay pride marches in the Russian capital for the next 100 years.Earlier Russia's best-known gay rights campaigner, Nikolay Alexeyev, had gone to court hoping to overturn the city council's ban on gay parades.He had asked for the right to stage such parades for the next 100 years.He also opposes St Petersburg's ban on spreading "homosexual propaganda". The European Court of Human Rights has told Russia to pay him damages.read more: http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-europe-19293465
_________________SI Moderator - Greg Gordon
It takes a nation that is not founded on the principles of Gods word to make a stand like this. Incredible!
give with one hand, and take with the other. . .I wouldn't give them credit, Approved. . .In fact, I think the wider/longterm implications might be the exact opposite of the immediate ones. . .it's democratically a highly repressive move. . .it will backfire. . .a la the Hegelian principle. . .this is just stage one. . .I think it might be more realistic to just lean on God's word and understand that whatever the surface political machinations, morality will wax worse and worse globally. . .
After 70 years of poverty and suffering under communistic rule ... they are more open and sensative to what the Almighty would have them to rule.Oh that New Orleans would pass such a rule!
today u pray for a ban on gay parades. 2morrow u will pray for the freedom to worship as u used to do. be careful what u pray 4. u mite just get it.