HRAM bar with blasphemous paintings and LGBT+ promotion opened in Kyiv
The menu is based on favourite dishes of the Pope and Leonardo da Vinci's "Last Supper" table.
A bar named "HRAM" with blasphemous paintings and LGBT+ promotion has opened in Kyiv.
Kyiv journalist and blogger Anton Gura shared this information on his Telegram channel.
The journalist published a letter from his subscriber with the title "Now do you understand why I'm leaving Kyiv?"
"Anton, a new club has opened in Kyiv, it's called 'HRAM' ('Temple' - Eng.)... Blasphemous drawings, vice, and the promotion of LGBT+ sin are trendy now. This 'establishment' has all of that – candles, crosses (exactly like they were painted on the icon in the Lavra). Do those familiar with occult matters know what this cross means? Is Kyiv a sacred place for the globalists and Satanists?" the subscriber told Anton Gura.
The subscriber referred to the opening of such a bar in Kyiv as Satanism and added that he is against spending time in such a place where they mock the Christian faith.
"I'm not against rest! Quite the opposite, I'm all for it! Everyone who stayed in Ukraine is commendable and, in a way, a hero to me! But I'm against spending time in such a place where they mock the Christian faith, it's open Satanism. And I'm against burning the Quran, just as I empathize with the feelings of believers of other religions. First and foremost, we should act as human beings. Especially in a country at war, where they call for death and channel their energy into this egregore – death, vice, the underworld. The mob is content, it dances, jumps, claps, the place is packed…," the subscriber added.
The bar's description states: "The menu is based on the favourite dishes of the Pope and Leonardo da Vinci's 'Last Supper' table."
As previously reported, in Sweden, they are planning to burn the Bible, Torah, and Quran "in the name of freedom of speech".