Skip to comments.Ban on gay rights march could hurt Serbia’s EU candidacy
Posted on 10/06/2012 9:43:41 AM PDT by Olog-hai
Serbias decision to ban this weekends gay pride march because of security concerns has prompted criticism from EU officials who warn the the move undermines Serbias potential accession to the European Union.
tefan Füle, the enlargement commissioner, said on Thursday (4 October) he was concerned by the Serbian governments action, which comes ahead of the EUs progress report on the country due next Wednesday. I have taken note with regret of the Serbian authorities decision, he said in a statement, noting that Belgrade also called off the annual pride march last year.
Past pride marches in Belgrade have been tumultuous events, in some instances with the police accused of standing aside while pride marchers were attacked.
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That is the best thing they could do for their country.
Hell, I hear they are on the verge of restoring their monarchy.
That will really stick in the E.U.'s Craw!
In other words, the human species has become obsessed with sexual deviants. More so than they are with the whales and polar bears. You better not do anything that would hurt the deviants’ feelings. If you do, you’re finished.
The EUSSR seems more concerned about the lavender mafia than they are about religious freedoms.
But the converse would be true.
...but while the EU gladly “penalizes” Serbia,
for not permitting such marches,
they do nothing against Muslim countries,
that kill gays.
hypocrites beyond belief.
Good for the Serbs. The coprophiles are outted again.
EU=PU. Who needs it anyway?
As if there weren’t already plenty of good reasons to stay out of the EU.
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