10 October 2015

Some Gays Are Easily Fooled

Elton John and Vladimir Putin
As long as you make them believe that you are supporting their misguided and despicable behavior, gays will believe whatever you tell them about your self.

Take the case of musician Elton John. He admitted a few days ago that he was a victim of a hoax after expressing that he wanted to talk to Russian President Vladimir Putin about LGBT rights in his country.

The British waning star originally told the BBC that he wanted to speak with Putin to discuss the leader's "ridiculous" attitude towards the LGBT community. Afterwards, John took to Instagram thanking Putin after receiving what he thought was a phone call from the Russian President.

"Thank-you to President Vladimir Putin for reaching out and speaking via telephone with me today. I look forward to meeting with you face-to-face to discuss LGBT equality in Russia," John first posted on Instagram with a photo of the Russian leader.

Putin's representative though, dismissed that claim. That is how gays like John can easily be deceived.

"I don't doubt that if there is such a request, the president will be ready to meet with Elton John among others to give answers to all the questions that he might ask," the representative said. "But we haven't received such signals yet."

John later found out that he had been pranked by two Russian comedians, Vladimir Krasnov, known as Vovan and his sidekick. The duo took credit for the incident and for impersonating Putin over the phone while speaking to the 68-year-old singer.

On Thursday, John took to Instagram once again to acknowledge that he had been pranked along with the hope that the hoax would bring more attention to his fight for LGBT rights in Russia.

"Pranks are funny. Homophobia, however is never funny," John said with a photo of a young man with a bloody nose.

No John. Pranks are funny, but gay are funnier. They want to impose and force everyone to accept them even if nobody wants to. They believed right now that the world is accepting them, which is the funny part because they are only talking about the United States.