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AlanlandGOV

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  • I was born on May 31
  • My occupation is Prime Minister
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  • What's this about the ban and one more time and one week?

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  • Hello!

    Would you like to submit a song in the Microvision song contest? You just have to give me the song name and (if you can) a link to it and you will be entered into the contest!

    Thanks for your time!

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  • Would you like to become a leading member of the 

    United Judeo-Christian Micronations ?

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  • Hello, The 2018 Micronational Games have commenced, to do an event you signed up for all you need to do is send the video of one of your citizens doing the event, just send it to goatislandandthreesisters@Gmail.com. You have until the tenth to complete the events. Thank you for competing, we wish you luck and hope you do well.

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  • Do you want to join the United Micronations?

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    Eno of Laurencia
    Eno of Laurencia closed this thread because:
    Yeeted on him
    05:20, July 12, 2018
  • Hey can u look at ur discord it’s imporant

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  • Eno of Laurencia
    Eno of Laurencia closed this thread because:
    This is an encyclopedia, not a debate website for debating over the actions of hate groups.
    05:21, July 12, 2018
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    • WTF is going on here?

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    • Well, I watched the video, and here is what I think:

      The agenda-shoving-down-the-throat and the gayness overload is only present in a very small minority of the LGBTQIP community.

      97% of pride parades are not for shoving gayness down the throats of straight people, but to commemorate the discrimination they used to face, and the small(er) amount of discrimination they still face today.

      And besides, you don't HAVE to go to a pride parade, or watch one on TV or YouTube. And the whole "faggot" thing, the thing about dressing weirdly in rainbow latex suits and what not, I think that's a little strange as well, but they nevertheless have the right to dress however they like, and it is NOT a mental illlness or anything like that.

      I agree that LGBTQIP people are not special, but they are still a minority caused by some genetic phenomenon that caused them to be attracted to the same gender, or to want to be another gender.

      Gay pride month IS necessary in order to commemorate the discrimination that the LGBTQIP community has faced and continues to face. Homosexuality is punished by death in some countries.

      Being gay is not a sign of bravery in most of the western world, but in ultra conservative places like Texas, Venezuela, Russia, or Saudi Arabia, daring to show one's homosexuality is indeed brave.

      There is still a fight for LGBTQIP rights all over the world. In some countries, it is illegal to be gay/trans and some US states are still threatening to re-ban gay marriage.

      Pride parades are part of free speech, and freedom of protest. Banning them would be restricting those rights.

      And as for the thing about Muslims being homophobes, homophobia is also present in the Christian and Jewish communities (especially Christian).

      I do agree that we should fight for gay rights where it is necessary, like the more conservative States and places like Saudi Arabia and Russia.

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    • Acorn64 wrote:
      Well, I watched the video, and here is what I think:

      The agenda-shoving-down-the-throat and the gayness overload is only present in a very small minority of the LGBTQIP community.

      97% of pride parades are not for shoving gayness down the throats of straight people, but to commemorate the discrimination they used to face, and the small(er) amount of discrimination they still face today.

      And besides, you don't HAVE to go to a pride parade, or watch one on TV or YouTube. And the whole "faggot" thing, the thing about dressing weirdly in rainbow latex suits and what not, I think that's a little strange as well, but they nevertheless have the right to dress however they like, and it is NOT a mental illlness or anything like that.

      I agree that LGBTQIP people are not special, but they are still a minority caused by some genetic phenomenon that caused them to be attracted to the same gender, or to want to be another gender.

      Gay pride month IS necessary in order to commemorate the discrimination that the LGBTQIP community has faced and continues to face. Homosexuality is punished by death in some countries.

      Being gay is not a sign of bravery in most of the western world, but in ultra conservative places like Texas, Venezuela, Russia, or Saudi Arabia, daring to show one's homosexuality is indeed brave.

      There is still a fight for LGBTQIP rights all over the world. In some countries, it is illegal to be gay/trans and some US states are still threatening to re-ban gay marriage.

      Pride parades are part of free speech, and freedom of protest. Banning them would be restricting those rights.

      And as for the thing about Muslims being homophobes, homophobia is also present in the Christian and Jewish communities (especially Christian).

      I do agree that we should fight for gay rights where it is necessary, like the more conservative States and places like Saudi Arabia and Russia.

      Pride is 100% nessesery in some places (aka: Saudi Arabia and Russia), but not in Russia.

      As hunter said, if people are forced to do somthing, they are more likely to hate it. If gay people just chilled, accepted they are gay (like 99.9% of the USA and UK do) it would be 'normal' like you want.

      I don't want to play the privellage competiton, but gypsies get a metric ton of hate in my area. Next to my Uni dormatry a park of gipsies occasionally park there. I've seen around 20 people shout voulger things at them - In the morning alone. Gay people are generally more accepted than black, gypsy and fat/disabled people.

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  • what about Christianity 

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  • He asks if you agree to the proposal bill on my Message Wall

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    Good Evening, 

    The LGBTQ Party of Terrexa sends the gift of a pride flag to the government and people of Alanland. We hope you enjoy your special flag and we hope that your view on LGBTQ issues changes sooner than later. President Lincoln has taken note of the numerous inequalities within the Kingdom of Alanland and is willing to reinstate sanctions and punishments if these inequalities continue. 

    Regards,

    Chairman George of the LGBTQ Party of Terrexa

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    • AlanlandGOV wrote:
      Jodlen wrote:
      Yes, I admit that I don't quite understand and admit your point of view.

      I'm generally against only parades and marriages, and not the gays themselves.

      Second bit, thats me. I'm not hitler.

      Alan, is something wrong?

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    • Jodlen wrote:
      AlanlandGOV wrote:
      Jodlen wrote:
      Yes, I admit that I don't quite understand and admit your point of view.

      I'm generally against only parades and marriages, and not the gays themselves.

      Second bit, thats me. I'm not hitler.
      Alan, is something wrong?

      ??

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