Ban this sick filth!

Just when you thought they couldn’t sink any lower.

Russia – where a recent law decriminalized domestic violence – and Malaysia – where much of the country lives under Sharia law – are the models that the delightful Family Coalition (or, to give it its proper name: ‘The Coalition of Men Who Want to Control the Lives of Women, Children and Gays’) want Romania to follow.

What are they fuming about now? Disney’s new version of Beauty and the Beast, which features a mildly camp character. The coalition want the kid’s film given an adults-only rating.

Not a word about the measles epidemic currently killing babies all over Romania. Maybe that’s because the coalition is – like all good organisations stuck in the middle ages – opposed to vaccination.

And to think that back in November when we wrote about how the coalition’s ultimate aim is to create in Romania a fundamentalist state more similar to Saudi Arabia and Iran than a modern European nation people said we were exaggerating…

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6 thoughts on “Ban this sick filth!

  1. You know who else bans dissenting opinions? Saudi Arabia and Iran. You’re a hypocrite and should be ashamed to call yourself a liberal since you betray the fundamentals of what it means to be liberal.

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  2. Ahh good you’ve stopped acting like a faggot who’s scared to publish any comment that contradicts your doom and gloom view of Bucharest.

    Now as for vaccines…why is there such little vaccine penetration? Why are children not being vaccinated in school? Is this a govt. issue, or an education issue (i.e. Romania caught wind of the MMR fuckwits 5 years after the UK/US and is riding the conspiracy theory issues)?
    I’d love to set up an NGO or something educating people on vaccination and the risks (nothing is 100% safe or effective and binary views don’t help), but meh, I’m balls deep in work ATM)

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    1. Where to start?

      Government is at fault (and not just the current one) for failing to ensure distributors import the necessary number of vaccines.

      There is also a campaign against vaccination led by a former TV newsreader called Olivia Steer.

      There is also the mistaken belief that the church opposes vaccination. It doesn’t: in fact the patriarch’s spokesperson specifically told people last week that the church supports vaccination.

      Add in a sprinkling of superstition and you have a disaster on your hands.

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      1. Craig my son. Do you have any idea what is in those syringes being stabbed into children by horrible looking men in white gowns? Bliddy horrible shit that gives you cancer and other iffy diseases in later life. Not to mention knocking many years off your life. And there is NO measles epidemic in Romania either, that is all bulldung spewing out of your googlebox. Throw the bliddy thing into the river because it’s messing your head up.

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  3. What’s that smell? Oh, it’s just the hypocrisy of Mr. Turp. He zealously touts his support for vaccinations as an “epidemic currently killing babies all over Romania”, while he supports the murder of them in the womb through abortion.

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  4. I’m just gonna leave this here –

    “The dual system of law is provided in Article 121(1A) of the Constitution of Malaysia. Article 3 also provides that Islamic law is a state law matter with the exception for the Federal Territories of Malaysia.[1] Islamic law refers to sharia law, and in Malaysia it is known and spelled as syariah. The court is known as the Syariah Court. Looking at the Malaysian legal system as a whole, sharia law plays a relatively small role in defining the laws on the country. It only applies to Muslims. With regards to civil law, the Syariah courts has jurisdiction in personal law matters, for example marriage, inheritance, and apostasy. In some states there are sharia criminal laws, for example there is the Kelantan Syariah Criminal Code Enactment 1993. Their jurisdiction is however limited to imposing fines for an amount not more than RM 5000, and imprisonment to not more than 3 years. In August 2007, the then Chief Justice of Malaysia proposed to replace the current common law application in Malaysia with sharia law.[2]”

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