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Homosexuality is to be blamed for ISIS, says head of Russian Orthodox Church

Many Muslims are fleeing western ‘godless civilisations’ that support LGBT events for ISIS and similar extremists groups. 


If this is true, why does the Head attack the free societies they left behind and not the idiots that decided to leave for this reason? If people join ISIS to escape the godless west, why should the countries with more tolerance to LGBT communities receive the hate? Pure idiocy. 

Imagine the hysterical outburst from a fundamentalist leaving a tolerant nation for a radical terror group:

‘I hate that two people of the same sex can love each other in such a way… I’m going to join a group that rapes, kidnaps and executes others simply for crossing our path!’

If you read the above and feel it can be justified, you are the target of this post. It is hard for me to accept someone in such a position of influence can state not only damaging and offensive opinions, but opinions void of any intellect whatsoever. Surprising? No. Hard to accept? Yes.

‘Kiril said because the “godless civilization is reaching maturity”, it should come as no surprise that those who are opposed to liberal, secular ideas end up joining terror organisations.’ (The Independent)

Who the hell is opposed to liberal and secular ideas to such an extent? Let’s focus on these idiots and not the innocent people they hate. 

This is why I do not hold a religious position of power in high regard. I do not see an increase in morality or intellect the higher up the heirarchy I look.

Featured image: Getty images


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