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Extreme Christian sect probed over anti-vaxx Facebook messages and homophobic slurs

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An extreme Christian sect is being probed for spreading gay hate and anti-vaxx propaganda among its followers. Scottish charity watchdogs are investigating after complaints about “disturbing” messages posted online by Scottish fundamentalist group Christadelphian Ecclesia.

The group has been slammed by the Scottish Government for undermining the vaccine programme. And a complaint has been made by the National Secular Society to the charity regulator OSCR after anti-gay and covid conspiracy messages appeared on social media.

A meme posted in January on the Facebook page of the East Kilbride Christadelphians, who believe in creationism and who seek to use the bible to attack the life-saving social distancing message.

It shows a man praying before a TV screen saying “stay home”, accompanied by the Bible quote: “Those who regard vain idols Forsake their faithfulness”.Another meme implies Covid-19 is a hoax.

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