A gay pride youth party in Taiwan went horribly wrong last night as a special effect consisting of huge clouds of rainbow-colored glitter particles was launched into the air over the partygoers. To the shock and horror of everyone, the metallic glitter ignited, raining down a firestorm of death upon hundreds of attendees who were engulfed in flames.
The US media is ashamed to admit this was a gay pride event! But as the following photos show, it was sponsored by an openly gay organization featuring a sperm logo and gay men associated with an international gay modeling organization.
While the U.S. mainstream media is too ashamed to admit this event was a gay pride celebration, Asian media outlets have no problem pointing out the obvious. As this news link from Malaysia reports, “The U.S. government has just recognized gay marriage, and this allows gay people all around the world to see the coming promise, leading the large-scale celebrations. New Taipei City in Taiwan, Ba-Xian Water Park hosted a ‘rainbow party’ this past Saturday. Unfortunately, there was a tragic event of a massive explosion, causing many people to be burned. It is currently estimated that at least 458 people are injured, and some of them have critical injuries.”
Similarly, the website Nanzao.com, covering Taiwan and Macau, reports, “The ‘rainbow party’ held in New Taipei City, is inspired by the decision of the U.S. Supreme Court of June 26th, which determined that gay marriage is legal in the 50 United States. Legalizing gay marriage was not only celebrated in the U.S., it also inspired gay and lesbians all around the world to celebrate.”
• Over 600 500 people (corrected to 500 with new information) were injured in the firestorm, not the 200 or so being mentioned in the media.
• The event was planned as a celebration of gay marriage legalization around the world.
• The very glitter that ignited and rained fire down upon the hundreds of youth attending the gay pride party was colored with the same hues as the rainbow.
• UPDATE: Personal lighters were found at the scene, and Taiwanese investigators now believe these lighters were the source of ignition.
Hundreds of students were engulfed in flames as they desperately tried to escape the raining down of fire upon their heads. Their clothing ignited, and many partygoers experienced third-degree burns over 80 percent of their bodies. You can see the silhouette shapes of the students in this frame as they are being burned while still alive, desperately trying to scramble away from the engulfing flames
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