According to news channel source Natural News, a gay pride youth party in Taiwan went terribly wrong last Saturday 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 upon hundreds of partygoers, who were engulfed in flames.
The RT video below shows the tragedy unfolding.
According to Natural News, although the mainstream media has been portraying this event as having nothing to do with “gay pride,” the event was sponsored by an openly gay organisation featuring a sperm logo and gay men associated with an international gay modeling organisation.
Purportedly, the event was planned as a celebration of gay marriage legalisation around the world. It was not heavily promoted as a “gay pride” event because being openly gay is not widely accepted in Taiwan society. Instead, the event was promoted using the key word “rainbow,” the universal global symbol associated with gay pride.
According to Natural News, over 500 people were injured in the firestorm — not the 200 or so originally reported by the local media — and local hospitals were completely overrun with burn victims, with some victims with less severe burns being turned away from hospitals.
“There was blood everywhere, including in the pool where lots of the injured were soaking themselves for relief from the pain,” said one male student who had sustained minor injuries.
His visibly shaken girlfriend added: “I saw lots of people whose skin was gone.”
Taiwan’s premier Mao Chih-kuo, who visited the injured on Sunday, ordered that all such events be banned unless their safety could be assured.