Tuesday, November 23, 2010

Letter to the Pope

Dear Pope,

thanks for your very late guidance on all things human. But, as one human being to another, realising the power of your bully pulpit, I was wondering, will you get off the subject of HIV? I mean, hold a moratorium on all announcements, for the next 100 years, and start releasing up to date guidelines then?

Thanks. From a non-believer, feeling compelled to comment about this.
Pope Benedict XVI has opened the door on the previously taboo subject of condoms as a way to fight HIV, saying male prostitutes who use condoms may be beginning to act responsibly. It's a stunning comment for a pontiff who has blamed condoms for making the AIDS crisis worse.
The pope made the comments in an interview with a German journalist published as a book entitled "Light of the World: The Pope, the Church and the Signs of the Times," which is being released Tuesday. The Vatican newspaper L'Osservatore Romano ran excerpts on Saturday.
Now, the Honourable James Nsaba-Buturo was bitter.

He lost in the primaries of his party. The rulling NRM party. So, he loses, and who is to blame?
But, those elections were wrong, because they didnt bring out a true result, Buturo as his constituency's representative. So, what is he to do? He is to become an Independent.
Now, you do know where this non-believer's prayers are with this matter. Unfortunately, or fortunately, even Buturo knows
Buturo is planning to stand as an independent for Bufumbira East, a constituency he had lost to former presidential assistant Eddie Kwizera.
Sources quoted Buturo as telling a meeting recently that he was rigged out by people with a “mission of promoting homosexuality”. It is the reason, Buturo said, he was not willing to “give up the fight”. Sunday Vision was unable to get a comment from Buturo, who has been outspoken against homosexuality and prostitution.

So help me deities, but I don't understand this UN vote. Does it mean that gay human beings are not under the UN's protection when they are murdered like so?
A United Nations panel’s decision to remove sexual orientation from an anti-execution resolution is “shameful” and may encourage murders of LGBT people, gay rights campaigners say.
The body voted this week on the amendment, which was passed 79-70. The vast majority of countries in support of the change were African or Arabic.
Surely, the love our countries have for us is overwhelming.

Anyway, why should I expect for more from my beloved mother land?


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