Monday, April 30, 2007

Lucia Gay activists threaten Italian Archbishop

A bullet sent to the office of Genoa's archbishop is the latest threatening message for the prelate, who is leading a campaign against same-sex unions, Vatican Radio said Sunday.

[...] also inside the envelope [with the bullet] was a photo of the archbishop, with a swastika cut into the photo.
This is not an unusual means of trying to scare the opposition into accepting gay rights" progress. In Poland last year, gay activists made bomb threats against the city of Warsaw that were taken seriously.

The Vatican is taking threats against the Archbishop's very seriously as well, as it would only take one crazy person to end his life.

The swastika included with the threat shows that the perpetrators are aware of the Nazi link with the gay rights movement as documented in great detail in The Pink Swastika.

Related Link: International Herald Tribune

2 comment(s):

David said...

Do you not maybe think that the swastika was cut into the picture in a not particularly enlightened attempt to link the restrictive policies of the man in question with the Nazis rather than as a reference to an obscure/dishonest/apalling piece of fringe 'scholarship'? Or do you think the Gay Rights Movement is run by Hitler and his buddies from their hideout in Brazil?

Lucyna said...

David, that is one way of interpreting the swastika, if you are ignorant of history.

BTW, Hitler's dead.

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