No frills. No political correctness. No fake ideals, or anything like that. And, I must admit to myself that, the gloves have to be off. I have to say it like it is, and show the world what we are up against.
If I seem too ruthless, forgive me. It is my life in balance. If you think you cant sink as low as I, well, lucky you.
I have been concerned that the knowledge that is out in the world, that I am privy to is not getting to the major principles of the bill. So, as the news came in, I decided to send to a few legislators, Ugandan MPs, the reaction of the rest of the world.
So, I sent the Rick Warren letter. The Rachel Maddow links, [I know, in Uganda, almost impossible to download video clips]. I sent the update on the Archbishop of Canterbury, and the Vatican, etc.
Have had quite a conversation. Private.
Well, I have decided to make part of it public. On this blog. The conversation between me and the Rt Honourable Benson Obua Ogwal. (UPC) Member of Parliament for Moroto.
Started a while ago.
I sent him this article. 'Christians, Put down the Stones'
Here was the esteemed legislators response.
Dear Anonymous Gay,
And you think this will deter us?
There are a very few aspects of the Bill that we can concede on like the Death Penalty and Extra-territorail Jurisdiction, but Gays won't have a field day in this country, try as the would. It is not about any of those Anti-Gya activists being attacked in the media. It is about
. If only Gays could do it behind closed doors and not try to lure the innocent poor youth, it Uganda
would be a different matter. But they are becoming bolder and bolder.
Benson.My brief reply
Put down the Stones, Mr. MP
You have accused us of too many false deeds.
Put down the Stones
Then, after some time, I sent the statement of the Vatican Permanent representative to the United Nations that I blogged about here. Just the statement.
Here was Hon. Benson's reply.
Hey Gay Pervert,
Hi Honourable MP,