May 10, 2011

DATE WITH DEATH IN UGANDA: Africa's gays and lesbians under siege and exposed as ¨Political Diversion¨ UPDATED!

Ugandan ANGLICAN gay activist David Kato's funeral marred by angry scenes.  ANGLICAN presiding pastor called on homosexuals to repent or be 'punished by God' at the murdered activist's service
It´s a political agenda being driven by so-called evangelism in the US and being pushed on to Africa.

"Through their extensive communications networks in Africa, social welfare projects, Bible schools and educational materials, US religious conservatives warn of the dangers of homosexuals, and present themselves as the true representatives of US evangelicalism," 

Kaoma, an ANGLICAN priest from director of Political Research Associates - a Massachusetts-based progressive think-tank - wrote in his report Globalising the Culture Wars: US Conservatives, African Churches and Homophobia. HERE

 Uganda update: Anti-Homosexuality Bill on tomorrow’s agenda

"Unless the world moves fast, we should expect a lot of killings of gays, not by state sanction but through mob violence. This will continue unless the international community can start talking about gays and lesbians having human rights that need to be protected and defended."

Uganda’s Kill The Gays Bill hearing tomorrow at Parliament 

ANGLICAN MP David Bahati demands passage of the ¨Kill All The Gays¨ Bill he authored while supported by his American ¨C¨ Street ¨extended¨ Family, HERE

Uganda is in the midst of uprisings against ANGLICAN President Museveni´s Government
The Murderous Despots of Uganda

¨ANGLICAN Mainstream continually reports on LGBT issues but omits reporting on Anti-Gay Ugandan Bill which is to be voted on in 48 hours...¨  read it all HERE

anti-LGBTI ANGLICAN Archbishop Henry Luke Orombi/Uganda, endorses oppressive dictator
 ANGLICAN Archbishop Henry Luke Orombi/Uganda panders to evil, read more, HERE

¨...I am in total shock. Museveni seems to have completely lost it, and is well on his way to being the oppressive dictator that he said he would never become. The military and police are shooting live bullets at peaceful protestors, beating and using pepper spray on Besigye, his main opposition, and refusing to allow anybody to speak out against his increasingly corrupt and violent regime...¨ read it all, HERE

Uganda uses Anti-Homosexuality Bill as a political diversion

¨The Anti-Homosexuality Bill could be passed in the next 24 hours. After two years of off and on the AHB will be presented at tomorrows parliamentary session. For the past three weeks Uganda has been in the midst of it’s own uprising against the Museveni government – the peaceful “Walk to Work” protests against rising prices and described by blogger Angie Kintu as a protest...¨  read it all HERE


ANGLICAN Bishop Christopher Ssenyonjo speaking at The Center For Democratic Progress, Washington D.C.
EXCOMMUNICATED ANGLICAN Bishop Christopher Senyonjo (excommunicated by Bishop Orombi for ministering to LGBTI suicidal outcasts) spoke at public hearings on Monday on the Anti-Homosexuality Bill of 2009 HERE .The seven-member committee report is expected immediately. "Bishop Christopher said he is convinced that the bill will move forward to Parliament and if passed, it will be up to the president to veto it."

Activists in Uganda are asking the International Community to send the following message to President Yoweri Museveni: "The world is united with human rights activists in Uganda, in asking that you publicly declare your intention to veto the "Anti-Homosexuality" bill. Don't let this law, and the worsening human rights situation in the country, make Uganda in to a pariah nation in the international community."

Uganda: Stop the "Kill the Gays" Law Now

300,000 around the world have already signed this urgent call. Add your voice now to keep up the pressure!

Can you please sign and share this petition demanding that Ugandan President Museveni stop the human rights violations by publicly vowing to veto the "Kill the Gays" bill?

Why the LGBTI ¨Diversion¨ ?

Ugandan opposition leaders sprayed pink to stop rally
¨Ugandan police have sprayed opposition leaders with a pink liquid to stop them holding a banned rally in the capital.

After the drenching, Democratic Party leader Norbert Mao was then arrested.

This week, opposition parities have stepped up their campaign over high prices, which has led to recent clashes between the police and protesters.

Meanwhile, President Yoweri Museveni has said to curb riots he wants a new law to deny bail for six months to those arrested while protesting.

Mr Museveni, who has been in office for 25 years, is due to be sworn in again as president on Thursday... read it all, HERE

Dr. Rowan Williams, ¨First Amongst Equals¨ at The ANGLICAN Communion
Archbishop of Canterbury on the Ugandan Anti-Homosexuality Bill

Tuesday 10th May 2011

The Archbishop of Canterbury is very concerned at the news that the proposed ‘Anti-Homosexuality Bill’ is once again under consideration by the Ugandan Parliament. Dr Williams wishes to reiterate his views, first expressed in December 2009:

"Overall, the proposed legislation is of shocking severity and I can't see how it could be supported by any Anglican who is committed to what the Communion has said in recent decades. Apart from invoking the death penalty, it makes pastoral care impossible - it seeks to turn pastors into informers." HERE

·  Thanks to Pie in the Sky, sidebar
·  Thanks to Warren Throckmorton, sidebar
·  Thanks to Times Live, United Kingdom
·  Thanks to Jacqui Goddard and Jonathan Clayton
·  Thanks to Fr. Kaoma, Anglican priest,  director of Political Research Associates
·  Thanks to The Guardian, United Kingdom
·  Thanks to Xan Rice, Nairobi
·  Thanks to Black Looks,  Sokari 
·  Thanks to Wild Thoughts From Uganda, sidebar
·  Thanks to Jeff Sharlet, ¨The Family¨
·  Thanks to Wayne Besen
·  Thanks to Truth Wins Out, sidebar
·  Thanks to ¨Spotlighting the Family¨
·  Thanks to African Activist
·  Thanks to Bishop Christopher Ssenyonjo, Uganda
·  Thanks to BBC World News
·  Thanks to Dr. Rowan Williams, Archbishop of Canterbury

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