Here is his article in the New Vision, the government paper.
Our morals reveal a big national problem
Monday, 29th December, 2008
By Nsaba Buturo
Promoters of homosexuality, pornography and witchcraft, etc. were on the offensive seeking to market their philosophies contrary to tenets of
In the case of homosexuality, some nations went into an overdrive. They drafted a resolution for presentation to the United Nations which would ‘compel’ other nations to legalise, in effect, anal sex, in the case of men, as an alternative to heterosexual sex. This is an unprecedented classic case of abuse by these nations which are seeking to use their weight and advantage to impose their tastes and preferences upon the rest of the world. One wonders what divine right they have to do that!
So, what should the government do about all these? Of course the big man has some solutions to the homosexual problem.--
The Government will renew its efforts against law breakers. It recognizes that enforcement of laws on witchcraft, embezzlement or theft of public funds, drug abuse, homosexuality and pornography has been weak.
To address the issue of inadequate laws, new legislation will be required. Regarding witchcraft, discussions are underway in Government to distinguish between witchdoctors and genuine herbalists.
The Government is appealing to the public to report all criminal individuals cum witchdoctors in their communities. In 2009, Government will seek to collaborate more with religious leaders and more emphasis on moral education will be made.
The move to universalise immorality in the name of human rights or freedom will not convince Ugandans to abandon what is right in preference of what is wrong.
Stronger laws, stronger laws, stronger laws. A law, specifically for homosexuals that makes it a crime to admit one is gay.
Hmmmmm! He has been harping on that subject for a long time.
So much done, 2008.
So much more to be done.
And I hope that Ugandan individuals who disagree with the Minster's moral crusade, or are alarmed by its implications, have sent the appropriate letters to New Vision, or are doing so as we speak.
The last thing Uganda (or any country) needs is a home-grown Inquisition, or the equivalent of the USA's appalling 1950's McCarthy witch-hunt.
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