Friday, June 17, 2016

The Tanacu case - Irina Cornici was killed be cause she was a lesbian

Irina Cornici kissing another girl from the monastery and father Daniel Corogeanu, furious, wanting to kill them , pencil drawing 
By the year 2005 Irina Cornici was killed at the Tanacu monastery where she came for Paraschiva Anghel, the woman she was in love with, and even today we don't know the real reason why they've done this to her. They claimed Irina was mentally ill, schizophrenic and so on. They even made the movie Beyond the hills which may suggest Irina was in love with a girl who was a nun at the Tanacu monastery, but this was not explicite, leaving place for interpretation.

Irina Cornici was killed be cause she was a lesbian and a transgendered woman. It was one of the many unknown hate crimes commited by the orthodox church, the main promoter of the homophobia in the Eastern Europe, the ones who encourage people to stone gays to death and rape the lesbians to "cure" them. This has happened long before the God damn orthodox church has got so much power in the Eastern Europe that it has influenced Russia and other countries to make laws against "gay propaganda", laws that kill any LGBT rights movement. They don't even know people are born gay, due to genetic factors such as Xq28 gene mutations, long androgen receptor gene alleles and other feminizing alleles, useful for the fertility of their female relatives in men and masculinizing alleles, in women and they thing being gay or lesbian is a sinful choice that must be punished before it influences childrem to make them gay or lesbian too and the society will dissapear be cause all the people will go gay an nobody will have kids. They often practice gay conversion therapy masked behind exorcism, like they did at Tanacu. There are many Tanacu like cases we don't even know about. There are many LGBT young people who commit suicide be cause all they people around them, influenced by the church, tell them that they are sinners and they must change be cause "sodomy is a sin" and their relatives try to "cure" them, to make them "normal".

Irina has never had a boyfriend, loved to play football and used to cut her hair short and wear male clothes. She worked as a baby sitter in Germany and the doctors there didn't consider her mentally ill, while the homophobic doctors here did. They abusively diagnosed her with schizophrenia while she was suffering a trauma cause by the highly intolerant attitude of the people around her. Here in Romania gays and lesbians are discriminated like hell, loosing their jobs, being treated worse than those who are really schizophrenic. being beaten, threaten, harnessed etc. 
The video below describes the best the situation of the LGBT people in the Eastern Europe where the church of "love" promotes HATE.

The Romanian press has hidden the truth, the same way the hide it today when they talk about the Orlando mass shooting without mentioning people there were gay and that was a hate crime and even our president has "forgotten" those people were killed be cause they were gay.

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