Georgia: Ruling Party Wants to Crack Down on Faggots, Trannies

As of 2022, Georgia is more anti-faggotry than most Islamic countries

A US alliance with Georgia was never such a good fit.

These people really hate faggots, and the US is a faggot nation.


Georgia’s ruling party on Monday introduced a bill curtailing LGBT rights, a move seen by opponents as an attempt to boost its popularity ahead of elections in the conservative South Caucasus country, a candidate for European Union membership.

The draft law would ban sex changes and adoption by same-sex couples, as well as prohibiting “gatherings aimed at popularising same-sex family or intimate relationships”, according to a summary published by the Georgian Dream party.

That means no anal pride parades.

It’s probably also allowing for a crackdown on anal bars and nightclubs.

Mamuka Mdinaradze, leader of the party’s parliamentary caucus and a driving force behind the bill, said the law was necessary to protect “family values and our future generations” from what he called “pseudo-liberal values”.

The country’s opposition has said that Georgian Dream’s anti-LGBT agenda is an attempt to shore up its support among conservatives and distract voters from economic problems ahead of parliamentary elections due by October.

Personally, I’d rather be poor and have no faggots parading through the streets than the reverse. This is the case for most normal people.

Georgian Dream is ahead of other parties in the polls but has lost support since 2020, when it won a narrow parliamentary majority. In his briefing, Mdinaradze said the bill would likely pass only after the elections.

A predominantly Orthodox Christian nation, Georgia is deeply socially conservative, with polls showing a large majority of the population disapprove of same-sex relationships.

In recent years, Tbilisi’s annual Pride march has become a flashpoint, with far-right protesters attacking LGBT activists. Georgia’s constitution has banned same-sex marriage since 2018.

Georgia’s Interpress news agency cited Mdinaradze as telling journalists that the bill could mean Pride marches and displays of the rainbow flag would be banned if they were deemed to promote same-sex relationships.

Georgia obtained EU candidate status in December, achieving a long-standing goal.

But critics both within the country and in Western nations have in recent years accused successive Georgian Dream governments of authoritarian tendencies and excessive closeness to neighbouring Russia.


The US did a color revolution in the country, and it didn’t take.

They harbor too much hatred for faggots.

It hasn’t even been that long since their first anal parade