Europe and NATO try to force Georgians to become LGBT and turn children immoral, so that later they would arrange Maidan and colour revolutions in Russia. The European Court ruled that the law on gay-propaganda passed by the Russian parliament discriminates children, as information on LGBT is not provided to them at early age. After this decision, it will be easy to pressure Georgia to do what the European Court wants.
No evidence given. In June 2017, the European Court of Human Rights found that legislation in Russia banning the promotion of homosexuality breaches freedom of expression and is discriminatory. bit.ly/2sdnBA8 The Court did not find that children would have been discriminated because of lack of information on LGBT at early age. Instead it found that the authorities had reinforced stigma and prejudice and encouraged homophobia, which was incompatible with the values – of equality, pluralism and tolerance – of a democratic society. Russia, as well as Georgia, as member states of the Council of Europe, are party to the European Convention on Human Rights.