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Gaystapo: Homosex Blasphemy Laws Are Instrument to Silence Christianity Gaystapo. Former Finnish Interior Minister Päivi Räsänen goes on trial on Monday for quoting the Bible and infringing on homose…More
Gaystapo: Homosex Blasphemy Laws Are Instrument to Silence Christianity

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Former Finnish Interior Minister Päivi Räsänen goes on trial on Monday for quoting the Bible and infringing on homosex blasphemy laws. Räsänen is 62, a mother of five, a pastor's wife and a doctor. She was leader of the Christian Democrats for over ten years and Finnish Minister of the Interior from 2011 to 2015. In an interview with Alliance Defending Freedom International, she described her trial as a privilege and test of religious freedom, stating that this is important not only for Finland, but also for other countries. If convicted, the worst consequence for her would not be a fine or prison sentence, but the homosex censorship. "The more we shut up, the narrower the space for freedom of expression and religion," she said.

Forbidden Criticism. The charge is for so-called hate speech against homosexuality. The investigation has been ongoing since 2019. The so-called offence involves the 2004 sexual ethics publication "As Man and Woman He Created Them," a 2018 TV programme, and Twitter posts. In 2019, Räsänen criticised the Finnish Lutheran Church for sponsoring a homosex parade. She asked how this was compatible with the Bible. This question linked to the Epistle to the Romans, chapter 1, where St Paul describes homosexuality as a punishment from God, unfair lust, and dishonouring of the body. Räsänen later explained that the purpose of this post was not "to offend sexual minorities," but to criticise the church's leadership.

Like communism - only worse. In the run-up to the trial, the Finnish Gaystapo subjected Räsänen to a 13-hour interrogation about her interpretation of Romans. She described the interrogation as absurd and compared it to Soviet times. The officials asked if she was ready to take back her writings. She replied that she stood by them because this was her conviction, not a simple opinion. As Minister of the Interior, she would never have imagined having to answer such questions in a police station.

Finland indicts Lutheran bishop. Another victim of the Gaystapo is the lay Lutheran bishop Juhana Pohjola, who heads the Finnish Missionary Diocese. He published Räsänen's 2004 booklet "As Man and Woman He Created Them" and is on trial with her for that reason.
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