|Anglican Hero, Bishop Christopher Ssenyonjo, ¨excommunicated¨ by Archbishop ¨C Street¨ Orombi HERE for ministering to the suicidal and Ugandas LGBT outcasts|
|The not-so-reverend American, ¨Deadly¨ Scott Lively, Preaching anti-Gay ¨Holocaust Revisionist¨ lies/filth on the ground in Kampala, Uganda|
Homosexuality is currently considered by most Ugandans to be criminal under current legislation. Section 140 of the Ugandan penal code criminalizes “carnal knowledge against the order of nature”. However, homosexuality is not explicitly mentioned in the Act, leaving room for judicial interpretation.
|Anglican and MP David ¨Kill the Gays¨ Bahati (Anglican Archbishop Henry Orombi is his ¨spiritual advisor¨)|
Currently the AHB is languishing in uncertainty, causing a conundrum, not only amongst the LGBT community and concerned activists, but within the Ugandan government itself.
In an explosive new Wikileak report out today by Paul Canning of LGBT Asylum News, it is confirmed that the Bahati Bill has the support of the wife of President Museveni:
“According to a newly released US diplomatic cable, the wife of the President of Uganda, Janet Musceveni, “is ultimately behind” the Anti-Homosexuality (AHB, ‘Kill gays’) Bill. It is signed by the US Ambassador to Uganda, Jerry Lanier.
It quotes a 2009 private conversation with Senior Presidential Adviser John Nagenda, who had just published a column in The New Vision newspaper comparing the AHB to McCarthyism and the Inquisition. He told an Embassy Political Officer:
|Religious Zealot, dangerous First Lady/Bigot Museveni HERE lectures on ¨Gays¨ being part of Gods curse who sell their souls for money|
“He added that the bill’s most vociferous public supporter, Ethics and Integrity Minister Nsaba Buturo, is a “very bad guy” responsible for a campaign of mass arrests – known by the Swahili term ‘panda gari’ – during the early 1980s under the Obote II regime while serving as Kampala’s District Commissioner. Nagenda said Buturo is using the anti-homosexuality legislation to redefine himself and “will do anything in his power to be a populist.” He advised the U.S. and other donors to refrain from publicly condemning the bill as it fuels the anti-homosexual and anti-western rhetoric of the bill’s proponents.”
· Thanks to Paul Canning
· Thanks to Bishop Christopher Ssenyonjo, Uganda
· Thanks to LGBT Asylum News, sidebar
· Thanks to America Blog, sidebar
· Thanks to The Washington Post