"Sexual heresy" ad from Coca Cola
Jewish-owned Coca Cola has sparked backlash in the country for advertising sexual heresy as part of a festival in Hungary's capital, Budapest.
Coca Cola, which is said to have alcohol in it and is known to transfer a large part of its income to the occupying zionist regime, has once again revealed its dirty ambitions with its ads supporting sexual heresy.
The company has run an ad campaign in support of sexual deviants specifically for the Sziget music festival, which is held annually.
Istvan Boldog, the vice-chairman of FIDESZ, Hungary's Prime Minister Viktor Orban's party, condemned the billboards featuring two smiling perverts.
In a statement, Boldog described Coca Cola's advertising as 'provocative' and called for a boycott of the company's products.
Boldog's call, however, did not attract support from his own party. FIDESZ supported this ugly banner of Coca Cola, saying that, "Hungarians are free to drink whatever drink they want."
In a statement, Coca Cola said it "believes that both heterosexuals and homosexuals have the right to love the person they want," adding that they advocate sexual deviance that impairs society.
The petition, which has also been signed on the internet, demands the immediate removal of posters and 'reining in the homosexual lobby, which targets children, families, and society in general'. The petition has so far garnered tens of thousands of signatures.