Thursday, June 16, 2011

Ugandan 'leadership'

Uganda can lead....

For example, here are some Croatians who want gay Croatians killed. Just like David Kato was killed in Uganda, after publication of his photo, to have him hanged.

Yes, weirdos are not only Ugandan.

But, the really sick ones...

OK, those who kill us for what we are. Simply because we offend their sense of 'right' with the world. Gosh,.. this is illness. Here is a report from South Africa.

A South African lesbian has described how she was repeatedly stabbed by a stranger in the latest of a spate of homophobic attacks against women in the country. Nxolo Nkosana was walking home with her girlfriend when a man came up behind her yelling abuse.
He threw an empty bottle at Nkosana then knifed her four times in the back, leaving her in a pool of blood. She was taken to hospital to receive life-saving surgery. Her attacker is still at large.
Activists have demanded tougher action against homophobic violence in South Africa, including so-called "corrective rape", in which men rape lesbians to "turn them straight". In April, a 24-year-old member of a lesbian rights group was stoned to death after an apparent gang rape. In a similar attack three years ago another activist, international footballer Eudy Simelane, was sexually assaulted and killed.
Nkosana, 23, was on her way home one evening last month with her 21-year-old partner, Sindiswa Mannivel, when two young men approached them in the Crossroads township, Cape Town.

Not very endearing reading.

But, life is tough. Really tough.

Remember Stephen Langa? The guy who brought the 3 Americans to Uganda to teach Ugandans about a new and current and pressing danger... homosexuality.

Well, he still is. And, here he is, talking about another kind of 'colonialism'

Meanwhile, some African leaders blame Clinton for a different type of colonialism—imposing Western beliefs about sexual orientations that their countries oppose. Stephen Langa, executive director of a Uganda-based family ministry, said that African Christians view homosexuality as a sin, and many cultures in Africa abhor the practice, but the United States has arm-twisted and blackmailed some African leaders into accepting it.
Langa said that last year the United States wanted the International Gay & Lesbian Human Rights Commission to receive UN accreditation but did not have the votes. Then, Langa said, the United States bypassed standard procedures, intimidated African delegates who opposed the accreditation, and got its way.
In Uganda, Langa said incidents of homosexuality among students were few until five years ago. That's when Western governments and international organizations such as UNICEF entered schools to promote homosexuality among teens. Langa noted the teachings completely disregarded Ugandan laws and cultural practices that prohibit such behavior.

Its kind of hard to talk to people like Langa. They are supposedly good Christians. And, they are so convinced that they know what is the best for everyone else that they will always continue to peddle that position. And, of course paint us the darkest black that they can.

Poor guys.... LOL,

You have to learn to pity them, 'other than tear your hair out, wondering what you did for them to so honestly hate you completely.... LOL


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