“I realize how many there are who, even educated, have difficulty understanding a written text”
“Reading the statements of various members of the opposition on a sentence of mine said during the broadcast ‘A day as a sheep’, I realize how many there are who, even educated, have difficulty understanding a written text. news agency that reported my words, I did not say that homosexuality is an abomination.” This was declared by the president of the Brothers of Italy group in the Senate, Lucio Malan.
“To the presenter of the program who asked me why I was against the Zan bill, given that the Waldensian church of which I am a member is in favor, I replied that the Waldensian church is founded on the Bible, which is very strict on homosexuality. And at the conductor’s specific request, I cited Leviticus 18:22 as an example. Next time, to avoid understanding problems for those who attacked me, I’ll just quote the verse number. And I also remind all of them, always ready to talk about the secular state, perhaps without knowing what they are talking about, that recognizing the moral judgments of a religion does not mean wanting to apply them by law or not respecting those who infringe them. Christianity teaches just the opposite. I have always fought for religious freedom, and for people’s sexual freedom. Freedoms that must be guaranteed in Italy and promoted in the world. Often the left has forgotten about it”, concludes the exponent of Fdi.