Monday, February 23, 2009

Seminar against homosexuality on in Uganda

Family Life Network has organized a training seminar to equip Ugandans with information and skills to fight what it calls spiraling promotion of homosexuality in the country.

The Executive Director of Family Life Network, Stephen Langa says that Uganda is now under extreme pressure from homosexual groups to de-criminalize homosexuality.

He says homosexuals in the country were boosted by a December 2008 Court victory which declared that it is unconstitutional to discriminate against homosexuals and that they should enjoy the same rights as enjoyed by other Ugandans.

Langa in a statement today said several homosexual groups are active in Uganda and are busy recruiting school boys and girls at an alarming rate using a variety of methods.

He says these groups have support from within and outside the country, have well trained activists, who have a clear vision, an agenda and are determined to accomplish their objectives.

Langa says the seminar from March 5th to 7th will provide insight on the causes and treatment of homosexuality; provide practical tips on how to prevent homosexuality behavior in youth; expose the homosexual agenda, their tactics, strategy and methods of recruitment; and provide information and guidelines on how to respond to the homosexual agenda in an organization, community or nation.

Participants will be facilitated by experts on the topic including Dr. Scott Lively (USA), founder of Abiding Truth Ministries; Mr. Don Schmierer (USA) from International Healing Ministries; and Mr. Lee Brundidge (USA) who works with a ministry that is rehabilitates homosexuals and lesbians.

Langa says the seminar to take place at Hotel Triangle in Kampala is intended for parents, guardians, teachers, government officials, policy makers, members of parliament, religious leaders, counselors and activists who need in-depth knowledge on the subject of homosexuality. Participants


Seems our apparent successes last year are being used to re-inforce the opposition. And, imagine. We are directly quoted as the reason...

Let me not swell my head too much.


PS Afrogay has checked out those guys who are planning to come. Check it out here.


Anonymous said...

Irony Number 1: The seminar will take place in hotel Triangle!
(the triangle being one of he symbols of LGBTI organisations)

Irony no 2: The organisation is called Family Life Network- and even though there are many perceived threats to the family including domestic abuse, HIV/AIDS, unfaithfulness etc.... they HAVE to zero in on a minority group who pose not threat to society!

I smell funding opportunities coming in esp from the wingnuts in the USA who, disgruntled with the Democratic party and its equal rights for all' policies are turning their efforts towards needy Africa.

Neo-colonialism anyone?

spiralx said...

Damn right you should all go! Talk about providing an open opportunity to see how the other half plan to swing their handbags at you!

Anonymous said...

I think Caleb Lee Brundidge needs to be asked about the activities of Club Mysterio ( with which he is apparently associated. That is a cult if I ever saw one.

Also, if Uganda's courts of law have pronounced that gays are entitled to full human rights, what do these guys now want? For Uganda to turn into a religious state where Breligious fanaticism takes precedence over court rulings?

Gay Nairobi Man said...

Can someone tell me how to recruit teenagers into the gay Agenda?

You see, I recently found out about this agenda and I need to recruit as many people as I can... I have no recruitment just gay.. someone please help.

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