Such Judgments Provoke New Tensions: EU Court Meddles in Russian Society
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The Russian Orthodox Church is attempting to get human rights charges reviewed -- It could not be that the European Supreme Court for Human Rights (EGMR) in Strassburg should prescribe a homosexual demonstration in Moscow.

Strassburg/France (kath.net/APD)  The Russian Orthodox Church has called on the Russian Executive to cooperate in reconsidering a human rights charge.  The call clearly mirrored the December edition of "Orthodoxy Today" over which the anger of the Moscow Patiarchate was against that of the European Supreme Court for Human Rights in Straussburg which called for the alowance of the "Gay Parade".  It could not be that the EGMR Russia would prescribe a homosexual demonstration, explained the representative of the Moscow Patriarchate in Strassburg, Igumen Filaret (Bulekov).

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Russia is not even a member of the EU, so why are they butting in?
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(12-22-2010, 02:24 AM)TradCathYouth Wrote: Russia is not even a member of the EU, so why are they butting in?

That's a really great question.
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It's obvious if you think about it.  It gives the EU (or the European Court of Human Rights, whichever) the chance to impose its anti-Christian values on yet another country.  While Russia isn't perfect by any means, Russians probably still have values which the pro-homosexual liberals despise, and thus try to quash.
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The gay lobby is universal, it has no frontiers. It will try to impose itself everywhere, by whichever means necessary (legitimate or not). I hope Russia stands fast against it.
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I suggest the European Court to call on allowance of "gay parades" in Saudi Arabia, Egypt or Sudan.
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