Unbelievable. You have to wonder, about these Christian "Leaders" who went to Uganda: "What in the hell, was the game plan guys?"
What I'm about to tell you, is difficult to write, harder to read, and for some, infuriating. If you are Christian and agree with what is going on in Uganda, supported by Christian leaders who went there and allowed things to get completely out of control, I have no regrets on bringing this to your attention.
I was watching a Vanguard documentary the other day. It was called the "Missionaries of Hate". It was about some American Christian leaders going to Uganda and preaching their "Word". I really wish some of these people would just stay home.
The history of Missionaries around the world notwithstanding. Not to consider the damage they have done in wiping out entire societies. I've always had respect for the Japanese in telling them in the 16th century to leave so they could get their head on straight again. The Chinese did something similar, but neither was able to permanently remove the issue.
These missionaries, not being sociologists, spread their gospel words. Then they left. What these people were left with, was an abiding passion to never ever put up with homosexuals in their country. They refused to allow an "American export" to send their country to Hell. To contaminate them. Defile their children.
So they worked to pass a law that said homosexuals would be put to death. Yeah this is all after the year 2000, like last year. Like I said, unbelievable.
Right? Well, here it comes.
How did these religious leaders and government officials rile up enough people to pass a law on this? They began to profess to congregations and constituents that homosexual men prepare for sex by first smearing or drinking one another's feces as a preparatory ritual. That they drink this from one another from its location of issue. That they then punish one another by "fisting" their arms up to the elbows in such a painful act that it requires them to take drugs to kill the pain, because they like it so much.
Yes, there are coprophiles (alternative spelling of coprophil; a feces-loving organism). There are all kinds of fetishes in the world. Has nothing to do with America or Western culture or homosexuals. There are also people who partake of "fisting" behavior; but these are both men and women, homo and hetero sexuals.
They brought forth a young woman to profess that she was bribed to become a lesbian, and lived as such for a year or so, who was given an ipod, a laptop, and money, to become lesbian and lead a lesbian lifestyle.
They go on to ask their congregations, "Do you want these homosexuals to eat the poopoo of your children?" These people, truly, are out of control. The trouble is, the general populace believe what they are told by their trusted leaders.
These same leaders go on to shout down Secretary of State Clinton and President Barack Obama because they have stated openly that homosexuals need to be treated like human beings and with rights and dignity. And because of that, America is a corrupt and degenerate society.
This is all so unbelievable, if it weren't so sad and terrifying it would be laughable. But its not funny. Because, people are now fearing for their lives. People are being killed.
So thanks, all you Christian leaders who went to Uganda to save people. Because, I think you've just gotten people killed instead.
Now, with all that said, there is some good news. From the Wikipedia article:
"On 8 January 2010, David Bahati, the bill's sponsor again asserted he would not postpone or shelve the bill, even after Minister of State for Investment Aston Kajara stated the Ugandan government would ask Bahati to withdraw it, and President Museveni asserted he thought it was too harsh.
"Bahati stated, "I will not withdraw it. We have our children in schools to protect against being recruited into (homosexuality). The process of legislating a law to protect our children against homosexuality and defending our family values must go on." The bill is scheduled to be discussed in Uganda's parliament in late February or March 2010.
"On 12 January 2010, President Museveni expressed to the media that there is need to exercise "extreme caution", and his cabinet members will speak to Bahati to reach a compromise to satisfy Bahati's concerns weighed with the calls he is receiving from throughout the world."
If it were not for the International community and organizations, there is no telling where this would have ended up. But perhaps this is showing a kind of progress. If African nations are to stop the intermittent genocide they have continued to experience over the decades (as has Eastern Europe and parts of Asia it should be noted) and go down to simply abusing Human rights issues such as Gay rights, perhaps that is a kind of overall societal progress and soon they too will come to the realization that Human rights are Rights that are for all Humans.
For more on this, see the Wikipedia article and Vanguard.