US Embassy Protests Russia’s Upcoming Constitutional Amendment Defining Marriage as a Union of Man and Woman

Empire's culture war on Russia

Today, the U.S. Embassy in Russia displays the LGBTI Pride Flag.  The LGBTI flag was created by American artist and activist Gilbert Baker and was first raised as a symbol of hope and diversity on June 25, 1978, during the Gay Freedom Day parade in San Francisco.  June is Pride Month and we celebrate that everyone deserves to live a life free from hatred, prejudice, and persecution.  As Ambassador Sullivan has said, “LGBTI rights are human rights.  And human rights are universal.  It’s as simple as that.”

Source: US Mission Russia

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cechas vodobenikov
cechas vodobenikov
2 months ago

as everything is renamed in the USA and statues defaced, I suggest that Washington state be renamed “transgender”, their state bird become the cuckoo, and their state motto be revised to “bring us your tired, stupid and passive agressives”

BobbyBanks
BobbyBanks
2 months ago

Being a queer or whatever one wants to be is an ideology and nothing more. Stop pushing this trash on everyone else…..

John Doe
John Doe
2 months ago

America is an EMBARRASSMENT

abinico
abinico
2 months ago

LGBTIARXYZ people are all mentally ill. Mental illness is NOT a right – it is a disease that must be cured. All LGBTIARXYZ people are child molestors. Since they cannot procreate they molest children to bring them into the fold – with devastating consequences such as AIDS, a multitude of STDs, and suicides.

LS
LS
2 months ago

There is no such thing as ‘human rights’.

And the US should not interfere in Russia’s internal affairs.

“It’s as simple as that.”

g
g
2 months ago

What is the source of creating “rights”?
The anal hole?
This corrupt, sick-minded individual should be put on hospice, not to represent a country!

cechas vodobenikov
cechas vodobenikov
2 months ago

those that are aware of Berlin’s distinction between negative and positive rights r fully aware that amerikans have no positive rights–no universal health care , no mandatory paid maternity leave, no mandatory paid parental leave, no state mandated 5-7 week paid vacations, no state paid higher education—-all European nations have this w the exception of Uk where state paid higher education is absent—even Mexico has universal health care, state paid higher education…amerikans have the right to be murdered by their government and incarcerated…no nation in Western Hemisphere, no European nation allows capital punishment…the US incarcerates more than any nation per capita than any nation in history. Russia has closed 40 prisons and halved the incarceratedmpopulation in the past 2 decades. “only the least developed societies punish widely and severely”. E Durkheim
in the USA a corporation is an individual and money is speech—and many corporations are incarcerated in US prisons???…the radical poet, Vissaron Belinsky wrote, “Tsarist Russia is more free and just than america where corporations rule and robbery and thievery is made official”—for amerikans robbery and thievery is “human rights”…it is no accident that the economic wealth of the oligarchs has been reduced by half….as the amerikan sociologist, Szelyeni wrote in the New Left Review, “Putins great innovation was that he did not like the power and wealth of the oligarchs—he rejected the patrimonial dominance of the oligarchs created by Yeltsin”

g
g
2 months ago

Nice talk from left side of politics… one opposing “the system” – the radical poet, Vissaron Belinsky and – basically – a communist Jew: E Durkheim

Americans are “bad” and rude, and… you’re living in America, is it?

g
g
2 months ago

“the oligarchs created by Yeltsin”
“Most oligarchs are Jewish”, 2007- https://theweek.com/articles/528778/billionaires-who-russia
” the excesses of the super-rich (many of whom are Jews)”, … “Between 50 and 80 percent of the Russian economy is said to be in Jewish hands,…”, 1999 – https://www.jcpa.org/jl/vp414.htm

itchyvet
itchyvet
2 months ago

Where would Russia be today, if Yeltsin’s betrayal was allowed to continue ? Thank the stars for Putin.

cechas vodobenikov
cechas vodobenikov
2 months ago
Reply to  itchyvet

this is less attributable to Putin than it is the Russian people, far more emotional than amerikans; his advisors all from Petersburg recognized the national “mood” and repudiated the Moscow liberals

Mark
2 months ago

The USA’s whole act is all about being annoying and smug and assuming the moral high ground. It is in no position to be offering advice to anyone on policymaking, but that doesn’t matter when your whole job is to be a jerk. Mission accomplished.

Jamie Tran
Jamie Tran
2 months ago

Russia is still a little behind on the protecting of gay/LGBT rights. However, we in the US should not be thinking we are too superior on this. It was only 5 years ago in 2015 that the Supreme Court struck down all bans on same sex marriage. And in 2020, still a significant proportion of people in the South think that multi-racial marriages should be banned.

Next, the US should get working on dealing with having the largest incarceration rate in the world. Watch Netflix’s “13th” to get a sobering picture of what society has done to destroy blacks over the last 100s of years, right up to today. Human rights definitely are not universal, even though they should be.

cechas vodobenikov
cechas vodobenikov
2 months ago
Reply to  Jamie Tran

what do u know about Russia–zero??? Russian gamins don’t require these anti-family pro ruling class laws… Russians are not obsessed about this nonsense…this sexual repression is expected in an empire near collapse—Paglia the 1st female to come out as a lesbian at Yale, before you celebrated sexual perversions—compares USA to 5th century Rome—expected in a decadent, immoral empire near collapse

LS
LS
2 months ago
Reply to  Jamie Tran

There is no such thing as ‘human rights’, you liberal parrot.
And do not concern yourself with the internal affairs of foreign countries–it is not your business.
Just concentrate on keeping your own life in order and not annoying your superiors.

itchyvet
itchyvet
2 months ago
Reply to  Jamie Tran

This push to normalise homosexual behaviour is nothing but a ploy by the Jews to break down our society. Convince everyone such behaviour is normal. I’m not religious, but why does the Bible consider such acts blasphemous and condemns the perps to be stoned to death, if it’s normal ???

BobbyBanks
BobbyBanks
2 months ago
Reply to  Jamie Tran

The blacks you seem to love so much need to gtfo of the US. Why don’t you take them in. If you look at the actual numbers blacks commit over 90% of the interracial crime against whites. They are only 12% of the population but commit over 65% of violent crimes. Yea America is so racist that the MSM still has to fake racist hoaxes like the Bubba Smollet one that just happened. If there was so much racism going on they wouldn’t ever have to fake it…..

Genghis Gobi
2 months ago

How’s this America’s business exactly? Let’s see what America would say if for example the Russian embassy in Washington protested the George Floyd murder.

bob
bob
2 months ago
Reply to  Genghis Gobi

The Russian embassy doesn’t need to protest about the alleged murder of Floyd,as it has its kremlin backed propaganda channel, RT International, to do it for them!

cechas vodobenikov
cechas vodobenikov
2 months ago
Reply to  bob

all US media is ruling class –owned by billionaires–the most censored on the planet

cechas vodobenikov
cechas vodobenikov
2 months ago

apparently the US fascists agree w Russian communists, the 2nd largest political formation—both oppose these constitutional changes, but for different reasons

itchyvet
itchyvet
2 months ago

What Russian Communists ? I was under the impression Communism in Russia died a slow death ages ago. ?

cechas vodobenikov
cechas vodobenikov
2 months ago
Reply to  itchyvet

in the recent election in Moscow where the idiot liberals live, the CP gained many positions, only exceeded by Putins “united Russia”—there are others as well Yabloka” (apple in English, etc—the mayor of my city, Novosibirsk is CP as are most of the council—the 3rd largest after Moscow, Petersburg…..while the idiot Moscow Major, sobyanin, declared covid martial law most others did not—Petersburg never closed bars/restaurants and their covid in nearly non existent w fewer than 300 fatalities attributed to c19—moscow did and 70% of c19 fatalities in all Russia –6000+ have occurred in Moscow…the people in Moscow even have a different accent than others in the Russian speaking world—easily distinguished…..

itchyvet
itchyvet
2 months ago

Cechas, Thanks for that info, good to have someone on the ground on site to give us hopefully, the facts. How much power exactly, is the C.P. capable of exerting on decisions made by the sitting Government ?

Genghis Gobi
2 months ago
Reply to  itchyvet

The Communist Party of Russia is the strongest opposition party in the Duma.

g
g
2 months ago

who do you call “fascists”?
There are Conservatives and neo-Bolshevicks disguised as Democrats.
Maybe Burn Loot Murder and Antifa and ACLU and… Indivisible…?

jm74
jm74
2 months ago

Waiting for Russia to storm and confiscate the US Embassy, throw out the undesirables but it looks like one can wait for an eternity for Russia to react to US interference into their internal matter of a Referendum.

nick1111
nick1111
2 months ago

Let them go and f… thems..f

LS
LS
2 months ago

There is no such thing as ‘human rights’. We do not let leftists just make things up and then go along with it. We do not grant them that authority.

And they should not be allowed to display that leftist symbol where anyone outside of embassy property can see it. They can display their national flag–that is it. That has to be dealt with.

And the arrogance of these people on the left is absolutely unbearable. I am speaking of that POS, ambassador Sullivan.

The left needs to be dealt with. They need to be physically separated from normal people. I want to see those freaks create and maintain their own civilizaiton. I know that they cannot do it.

Grand Nagus Zek
Grand Nagus Zek
2 months ago

nothing is universal – when the west actually learns that and starts to treat others with respect then maybe they will stop sliding down the shitter of culture and history.

And russia is correct

cechas vodobenikov
cechas vodobenikov
2 months ago

precisely—the USA is only nation I’ve lived in where people are afraid to look at each other—in all European nations—Russia, Denmark, France, Spain, South American nations–Argentina, Peru, Colombia, etc strangers all stare at each other

thomas malthaus
thomas malthaus
2 months ago

One day, President Trump will be asked the following question by an “enlightened” reporter, “How many sexes exist within the human species.

My kudos to author JK Rowling for recently stating the obvious without being cowed.

wardropper
wardropper
2 months ago

“And human rights are universal. It’s as simple as that” ( – except when the US decides to trample on them…)

Genghis Gobi
2 months ago
Reply to  wardropper

The only right humans have is to give everything that they own to Wall Street.

cechas vodobenikov
cechas vodobenikov
2 months ago
Reply to  wardropper

nonsense—in collectivist societies where their is individuality (none in the angloshere), guilt is conceived of as collective, responsibility individual—Mead accused Baldwin of being a “Russian orthodox” when he argued this in their debate”. the virulent anti-communist Koestler—fluent in English, German, French–actually lived in USSR, spoke Russian—came to the USA compared amerikans to 5th century Romans: “a similarly contactless society populated by automatons..a similarly soulless, politically corupt, everybody for them selves society”

wardropper
wardropper
2 months ago

Well, you say, “nonsense”, then you go on to talk about something completely different from what my comment says… Perhaps you were replying to the original poster. If not, I give up. You win.

itchyvet
itchyvet
2 months ago

The U.S. does not believe in Human rights, the situation we’ve seen in their protests over the last two months clearly demonstrate that for everybody. B.T.W. where are the Human Rights for the Libyans, Iraqi’s, Afghanis, Syrians ect, ect, ect.

Whistler
Whistler
2 months ago

Go preach the rights of the alphabet community to the Islamic states first.

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