EU Displays Anti-Christian Artwork by Godless Lesbian in Parliament
The Last Supper depiction by Elisabeth Ohlson
The EU displayed the satanic artwork by Anti-Christian activist Elisabeth Ohlson in the Parliament this week.
Ohlson’s artwork mocks Christianity and insults Christians by its vulgar nature.
An exhibition at the EU Parliament featuring an LGBT Jesus (in the background) has sparked protests from MEPs who say it is ‘blasphemous and disrespectful’. Here is how the artist, Elisabeth Ohlson, responded to the critics. pic.twitter.com/1w7q8hZ0CG
— Pietro Guastamacchia (@ilpiotr) May 2, 2023
El Parlamento Europeo autoriza una exposición que ofende a los cristianos.
Una exposición de fotografías en el Parlamento Europeo donde se representa a un Jesucristo LGTB, obra de la artista sueca Elisabeth Ohlson, ha provocado una ola de críticas y protestas. pic.twitter.com/eLMWeXpPCF
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This is what the European Union officials think of the continent’s Christian roots.
The Catholic News Agency reported:
An art exhibit at the European Union’s Parliament building in Brussels, Belgium, has prompted criticism from conservative politicians in Italy for its display of a blasphemous depiction of Jesus Christ and the apostles.
The artwork, a series of photographs by lesbian Swedish photographer Elisabeth Ohlson, includes one of a man who is meant to represent Christ wearing a white robe and a halo made out of stars above his head. The man is surrounded by seven men who are wearing leather-based fetish clothing associated with BDSM fetishism.
Ohlson said the photographs are meant to depict Christ supporting homosexual rights.
“There [are] a lot of pictures of Jesus with heterosexual [people],” Ohlson said on Twitter. “Millions, billions of paintings, famous artists. But this is just 12 pictures of Jesus loving the LGBT rights, so 12 pictures should not be so scary for them.”
The photos have faced backlash from conservative members of the European Parliament, some of whom accused the depiction of being disrespectful.
The exhibit, which opened on May 2 and runs through May 5, kicked off with a reception hosted by Malin Björk, a member of the European Parliament for the Swedish Left Party.
Some Italian lawmakers took to social media to voice their objections.
“Art?” Italian Deputy Prime Minister Matteo Salvini said in a Facebook post. “No, just vulgarity and disrespect.”