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Tuesday, March 26, 2013

1.4 million French march against gay ‘marriage’

UPDATED: 1.4 million French march against gay ‘marriage’; police tear gas crowd, children

by Jeanne Smits, Paris correspondent

Mon Mar 25 2:17 PM EST

March 25, 2013 ( - According to organizers, nearly one and a half million people joined the third demonstration in five months against the legalization of same-sex “marriage” by the French government in Paris, on Sunday.

Meanwhile, large numbers of demonstrators who were unable to join the main venue – which had filled up by 3 p.m. – or who headed straight to the largest and most prestigious Parisian thoroughfare, the Champs-Elysées, were sprayed with tear-gas and beaten as they neared the presidential palace. Victims included children as young as 6 years old, elderly gentlemen, women of all ages, middle-aged priests and monks, and even a baby aged 10 months.

One boy, aged 14, named Lancelot, needed respiratory assistance for half an hour; another youth, Léonard, 17, was gassed and subsequently seized by riot police who threw him down the stairs at the entrance of a nearby subway station. Christine Boutin, leader of the mainstream Parti chrétien démocrate (Christian democratic Party), was also among the victims: she passed out after having been sprayed with tear-gas and lay unconscious on the street for several minutes.

Videos also show a woman demonstrator who was apparently deliberately knocked over by a police van being attended to by volunteer first-aid workers of the Order of Malta. Another young man, Tristan, told that he was gassed with a group of friends after sitting down in the street at the request of the armed forces.

The French media played down the police violence: all major radio, tv and other news sources spoke of “attacks” by violent young demonstrators against the police and armed forces, while the minister of the Interior, Manuel Valls, publicly congratulated law enforcement officers for their “professionalism and cool-headedness.” However, dozens of videos posted on the Internet as well as eye-witness reports received from personal acquaintances of this author certify the opposite: unarmed and pacific, the overwhelming majority of the demonstrators assaulted by the armed forces did no more than vociferate their disapproval of the draft law, if that: most of them were laughing and singing as they strolled down the “most beautiful avenue in the world” – as the French believe – and were suddenly attacked by the riot police. (...)

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  1. Well that's infuriating. How dare they?

  2. I can't tell you how angry this makes me. Naturally, people against gay-marriage are a "hate-group." Goes without saying, eh? How dare they...

  3. The word 'gay' is highly inappropriate. There is nothing gay about those engaging in sodomy. Their lifestyle leads to misery, psychologically, mentally, spiritually, not to mention a whole range of health issues resulting from engaging in unnatural acts. Male homosexuals are extremely promiscuous.
    There is nothing like gay marriage. The phrase is an oxymoron. Marriage is by nature for couples to conceive and raise children (life-giving union). Homosexuals can't procreate so they can't contract a valid marriage.


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