Greek Bishop Irate About Same-sex Marriage Bill, Accuses ‘Zionist Monster’
TMR Editor’s Note:
The Greeks belong to an ancient and wise culture. They are extremely street smart and hip to the ways of the world.
The people of Greece are especially aware of how the banks run, and effectively rule, the European Union. They also know who has controlled international banking practically forever.
The responses of the good Bishop described below are merely a product of his accurate understanding of Greece’s woeful predicament. He is particularly cognizant of exactly who it was that fastidiously engineered the Greek bankruptcy of 2015. Therefore, he has called them out — those who truly control the bankers, that is — in a manner virtually never seen from a prominent religious prelate.
Greek Bishop Says ‘Zionist Monster’ Behind Same-sex Marriage Bill
Bishop Seraphim of Piraeus also says Jews orchestrated the Holocaust and were behind Greece’s financial crisis.
A leading Greek Bishop has blamed the “Zionist Monster” for new legislation that would give same-sex couples in Greece expanded civil rights in a statement published on the website of the Metropolis of Piraeus.
Bishop Seraphim of Piraeus said the Cohabitation Bill is a result of the “constant war against the true faith” being waged “by the International Zionist Monster,” which he said controls the Greek government.
In the statement issued last week, the Bishop also threatened to cut off relations with any Greek lawmaker who supports the bill when it comes to a vote on Tuesday, saying the bill subverts human sexuality and is destroying the traditional family unit.
The Bishop has a long history of making anti-Semitic comments. In 2010, he told a Greek TV station that Jews had orchestrated the Holocaust and were behind Greece’s financial crisis. He later clarified that these were his personal opinions and did not represent the Church of Greece.
The bill would give Greek same-sex couples who sign a cohabitation agreement the same favorable tax status enjoyed by married couples, and increased inheritance rights. The same rights already exist for heterosexual couples.
The bill is highly unpopular in Greece, but Parliament needs to pass it in order to fall in line with European Union standards, or else face European Court of Justice sanctions for discrimination.
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