What we have been missing so far: a lesbian that denigrates Christianity and ignores all reality and normality.
This scandalous film for this year’s Cannes Film Festival puts LGBT propaganda in the costume of the 16th century in a Catholic nunnery. First, let’s make it clear: at no point in the history of Christianity have homosexual relationships between lay people and clergy been tolerated. Today’s tendencies (see Marriage of Protestant Pastors) are a product of the LGBT lobby and enforced equality. The historical context of the film itself is a distorted image that seeks to portray deviant, wicked behavior as completely normal, as if such erroneous people had lived centuries ago.
So what exactly is there to see in a film that, according to the film agencies, is freely accessible to children from the age of 12? The film is about Benedetta, a lesbian nun who has a sexual relationship with a fellow sister. However, they are not content to indulge in their unbridled desires, and several times use the statue of the Virgin Mary in their monastery to satisfy their urges. So the film is full of blatant homosexual acts, violence and brutality.
Here we could again ask the question – and rightly so – “why is Christianity under attack, why are we constantly being hurt?” The point here is that Christianity is vilified because those who profess to be Christians do not raise their voices, do not stand up for their God, but only go along like a poor, silent victim bearer and complain about the terrible fate that the 21st century holds for them. If we were to act vigorously against LGBT and other lobbies, they would not dare to do the same with us as they do not dare to do with Islam. We must resume a combative Christian attitude!
Source: CitizenGo via Szent Korona Rádió