Saudi Arabia Confiscates Rainbow Pride Products

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The gays have taken over the rainbow and Saudi Arabia is not a fan. 

As you’re all well aware, June has been internationally recognized as Pride Month. It’s an excuse for LGBTQILMNOP people to rainbow wash the world and critics are getting tired of it. In Saudi Arabia, new crackdowns on rainbow propaganda have emerged according to this morning’s Vice article.

Authorities reportedly removed rainbow colored toys and clothes from stores because they “promote homosexual colors.”

Suppression is wrong, but the sentiment is understandable. The rainbow is God’s beautiful creation but the progressive left has appropriated it and made it a political symbol of the gay agenda. 

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Vice reported: 

Commerce ministry officials from Saudi Arabia – where same-sex sexual activity is banned and punishable by death – said that colourful toys and clothes such as pencil cases and skirts contradicted “the Islamic faith and public morals.”

Saudi Arabia is roughly 93% Islamic and according to the faith, homosexuality is a hefty sin. The Saudi regime’s treatment of of homosexuals — and others — is evil.

According to footage from the Ministry of Commerce Twitter page, officials walked through several stores and examined rainbow products to confiscate what reportedly will “send a ‘poisoned message’ to children.” 

The tweet was translated to read: 

Our supervisory teams carry out rounds of sales outlets, seize and confiscate products that contain symbols and indications that call for anomalies and contradict normal common sense, and impose legal penalties on violating facilities.

Saudi Arabia has also “stopped the viewing of international films that reference homosexuality.” Most recently Saudi Arabia banned the streaming of Pixar’s ‘Lightyear’ movie as it features a lesbian kiss. In April, the country petitioned to have certain parts of “Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness” removed due to gay references. In January, “West Side Story” didn’t reach Saudi Arabia theaters due to its transgender references.

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