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Orthodox Christians Destroy Gay Activists in New Facebook Game: VIDEO


Remember the violent attack by thousands of Orthodox Christians on Gay Pride marchers in Tblisi, Georgia last month?

It's now a game on Facebook.

Watch a demo of the app, AFTER THE JUMP...

Gay Gamer writes:

In Call of Taburetka, or Call of the Stool, players control a stool-wielding priest as they beat their way through hordes of LGBT activists, flying homosexuals, and evacuation buses. The priest seems to magically float up and down the screen, endless shooter style, firing stools at the oncoming queers. The more gays and vehicles you take down the higher your score goes.

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  1. ...and, this is okay with FB?

    Posted by: Kile Ozier | Jun 3, 2013 2:43:42 PM

  2. Scary.

    Posted by: guynyc | Jun 3, 2013 2:44:22 PM

  3. Stupid.

    Posted by: gb | Jun 3, 2013 2:44:57 PM

  4. good grief


    Posted by: ratbastard | Jun 3, 2013 2:48:15 PM

  5. i reported it on FB; everyone should. it'll be gone quickly if enough people do...

    Posted by: mike/ | Jun 3, 2013 2:48:54 PM

  6. 'Call of the STOOL' How fitting
    Would like to point out to any idiot heeding this call the STOOL is another word for 'sh*t.'

    Posted by: JONES | Jun 3, 2013 2:51:20 PM

  7. So we read everyday(every hour)IN REAL LIFE that another innocent person dies(in the most brutal ways imaginable)at the literal hands of 'religous' zelots,hypocritcal politicans,ignorant/bigoted individuals and a scapegoating 'news' media and these idiots make a 'game' out of it? If the tables were turned and the Orthodox Xians were being slaughtered they might not enjoy it so much? Why does these companies allow such blatent hatred and gay bashing when any other 'group' would be off limits?
    It's just sad and pathetic and another reason Facebook just sucks!

    Posted by: SFshawn | Jun 3, 2013 2:52:29 PM

  8. Nothing says 'violence' like organized religion! Killing, it's fun. And they say they're scared for the children? I recently quit Facebook. Good thing, too.

    Posted by: Geoff | Jun 3, 2013 3:00:43 PM

  9. Who are the shirt-and-tied men with wings supposed to represent? (Mormons? Catholics?) And the women in skirts and heels? (Trannies or just modern straight women who aren't dressed as per orthodox rules?) Teh gayz don't seem to be the only targets here... Very weird.

    Posted by: JC | Jun 3, 2013 3:06:48 PM

  10. Not defending this at all, but for what it's worth the makers of the game are saying it's not homophobic. First they said it's not homphobic, it's just fun, which means they're idiots. But now they seem to be saying it's actually pro-gay and making fun of the priests who attacked the gay demonstrators. I don't want to play it to find out if there's any validity to what they're saying, but I doubt it.

    Posted by: Brian1 | Jun 3, 2013 3:07:26 PM

  11. Click the link in the second sentence. On FB, click the drop down arrow next to Message and the settings gear. Report the page to FB.

    Posted by: Chadd | Jun 3, 2013 3:07:45 PM

  12. The irony here is that the game is being defended for bringing light to the oppression of LGBTs in Tbilisi if you can believe it. Is it any wonder these people make no headway against their own oppression?

    Posted by: Marc C | Jun 3, 2013 3:08:15 PM

  13. Angry Priests?

    Posted by: anon | Jun 3, 2013 3:12:11 PM

  14. Surprise, surprise! FB supports homophobia and gay bashing. Is anyone surprised?

    Posted by: Lemur | Jun 3, 2013 4:05:23 PM

  15. Yes, it seems the makers intend the game to be anti-priest rather than anti-gay. A Georgian student of ours who worked with Identoba says this:

    "the creators say this game mocks the violence from the priests' side on May 17th. a violent priest with an almighty "taburetka". that's how it has been understood by public. why did you see it as homophobic?"

    Posted by: KevinVT | Jun 3, 2013 4:23:11 PM

  16. Facebook showed it was antigay when it shut down the Target protest pages after Target gave money to fund the stop of same sex marriage back in 2010.

    Posted by: Jeff | Jun 3, 2013 4:51:04 PM

  17. This is completely unnecessary. The trolls take down plenty of gays hereon. As for the priests of Russian orthodoxy, may Voltaire's famous wish for catholics generally be fulfilled on them: écrasez l'infâme" - crush the infamous.

    Posted by: UFFDA | Jun 3, 2013 4:59:52 PM

  18. ... and the Christians wonder why the Romans fed them to the lions!

    Posted by: Bill | Jun 3, 2013 7:09:38 PM

  19. @Bill: What a horrible thing to do to a lion.

    Posted by: Queer Supremacist | Jun 3, 2013 7:30:50 PM

  20. Thanks for nothing FB:

    "Thanks for your recent report of a potential violation on Facebook. After reviewing your report, we were not able to confirm that the specific page you reported violates Facebook's Statement of Rights and Responsibilities."

    Posted by: Chadd | Jun 3, 2013 9:35:02 PM

  21. Tehr emust be a way to make all these anti gay xtians virtual, like the players in video games

    And then pull the plug and the xtians will Vanish

    couldnt happen to a more deservng group., though I 'd prefer to toss the game and layer in a bonfire

    Posted by: billy wingartenson | Jun 4, 2013 12:45:58 AM

  22. RE comment above- too bad the romans ran out of lions before they ran out of xtians at the coliseum

    Posted by: billy wingartenson | Jun 4, 2013 12:46:59 AM

  23. Once again, the makers and the Georgians themselves read this game as anti-priest, not anti-gay.

    Posted by: KevinVT | Jun 4, 2013 9:36:34 AM

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