American anti-gay Holocaust revisionist Scott Lively has warned Moldovans that there will be an “outbreak of homosexuality” if lawmakers pass anti-discrimination laws protecting sexual minorities.
Lively is the co-author of The Pink Swastika which blames the Holocaust on homosexuals and dismisses the Nazi persecution of gay men as gay-on-gay violence. He has also claimed that homosexuals were responsible for the Rwandan genocide.
At an event organised by Moldova’s Family Association, Lively claimed that the anti-discrimination protections had been lobbied for by paid agents of American billionaire George Soros, and that the law was a Trojan horse for same-sex adoption and marriage equality.
“I guarantee you, if this bill passes, all the evil that struck the European Union will come to the Republic of Moldova,” Lively told a press conference.
Lively regularly tours developing nations where he presents himself as a “human rights expert” or an “expert on homosexuality”. He travelled to Uganda to speak against gay rights before that country’s gay death penalty bill was drafted.