by Jeff Davis
As amazing as it might seem there are some White countries that have resisted the incessant Jewish campaign to make homosexuality “acceptable” behavior.
An article on Freebeacon.com reports: “Reporter James Kirchick was kicked off the air of the RT (Russia Today) network Wednesday after he refused to talk about Bradley Manning and instead spoke about the Russian government’s anti-gay laws. ‘Being here on a Kremlin-funded propaganda network, I’m going to wear my gay pride suspenders and speak out against the horrific, anti-gay legislation that Vladimir Putin has signed into law,’ Kirchick said.”
“RT, formerly Russia Today, is funded by the Russian government, which recently passed a sweeping law that bans the public discussion of gay rights and relationships in the presence of children. As Kirchick continued to speak about the laws and the government’s funding of the network, one RT host insisted to Kirchick, ‘You have to come over here and see for yourself.’ ”
“’You have 24 hours a day to lie about America, I am going to tell the truth with my two minutes,’ Kirkchick went on to say after RT hosts tried to cut him off. Shortly after Kirchick said this, he disappeared from the program’s split screen.”
Frankly, I’d trust news reporting from the RT news service much more than I’d trust anything from the Jewish-owned mainstream media in the US.
In case anyone feels the tiniest bit sorry for Kirchick, how long do you think a reporter in the US would be allowed to talk about Black-on-White hate crimes that aren’t prosecuted as hate crimes or the many things for which Obama should be Impeached or Jewish control of the mass media before a kosher hand pulled the plug on his broadcast?
The article continues “’A quick explanation now for the beginning of our coverage of the Bradley Manning sentences,’ one host said later in the program. ‘We invited a guest on to discuss the fate of the whistleblower, but he used the chance to discuss his views on other unrelated issues and that’s why we had to take him off air. We would like to say sorry for any confusion caused.’ RT also refused to continue Kirchick’s car service, according to the reporter.”
Amazing, isn’t it? White people who don’t knuckle under to political correctness. It’s ironic that there is probably now more freedom in Russia for our kind of people today than there is in this “land of the free and home of the brave.”