Wednesday, July 10, 2013

Africans Reject Obama's Gay Agenda, to his Face

President Obama's Gay Agenda imperialism was overtly rejected throughout his recent tour of Africa, as he crowed about the Supreme Court decisions on same-sex "marriage." For example, Senegalese President Macky Sall, a Muslim, told Obama "where to put" his criticism of the Senegal "anti-homosexuality law," and Kenya's Kikuyu elders said "We are happy that Obama declined to visit [because] he would have brought a curse on our land."
"No one should have any worry about Kenya's stand as a God-fearing nation. President Obama is a powerful man but we trust in God as it is written in the Bible that cursed is the man who puts trust in another man."
-- Kenyan Deputy President William Ruto
For background, read Obama Pushes United Nations to Back Gay Agenda and also read Homosexual 'Marriage' Not Enough; Next Worldwide Goal

UPDATE 7/7/15: Kenyans Will Tell President Obama to Shut Up About Gay Agenda & Go Home

UPDATE 7/30/13: Nigerians reject homosexual diplomats from Gay Agenda countries

UPDATE 1/14/14: Obama Ignores Christian Genocide, Pushes Gay Agenda in Nigeria

UPDATE 2/18/14: Obama To Uganda: Accept Gay Agenda or Risk Money

-- From "Kenyan Leaders Slam President Obama's Gay Rights Comments" by Emily Stanton, U.S. News & World Report 7/1/13

President Barack Obama's comments while in Senegal last week in support of gay rights aren't sitting well with politicians in Kenya, where same-sex acts are treated as crimes.

Homosexuality is illegal in Kenya, where 90 percent of people believe homosexuality is wrong, according to the Pew Research Center.

"Those who believe in other things, that is their business," Ruto said, referring to Obama's comments in support of gay marriage. "We believe in God."

According to Pew, 96 percent of Senegal's population disapproves of homosexuality.

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From "African Religious Leaders Reject Obama's Call For Gay Rights" by Fredrick Nzwili, Religion News Service, on Huffington Post 7/5/13

In a news conference in Senegal during his three-nation tour, just as the U.S. Supreme Court struck down a federal ban on same-sex marriage, Obama said African nations must grant equal protection to all people regardless of their sexual orientation.

"My basic view is that regardless of race, regardless of religion, regardless of gender, regardless of sexual orientation, when it comes to how the law treats you, how the state treats you . people should be treated equally," Obama said. "And that's a principle that I think applies universally."

Christianity and Islam are growing fast on the continent, and religious leaders in both faith communities responded with vehement denunciations.

Homosexuality is illegal in 37 African countries, according to the Washington-based Council for Global Equality, and many religious leaders here view it as contrary to scriptures and custom.

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From "Kenya Leader Rejects Obama's Pro-Gay Views: 'We Believe in God'" by Michael W. Chapman, 7/8/13

Cardinal John Njue, the Catholic archbishop of Nairobi, Kenya, said that Obama should "forget and forget and forget" about the decriminalization of homosexuality in Africa, adding, "I think we need to act according to our own traditions and our faiths."

"Those people who have already ruined their society . . . let them not become our teachers to tell us where to go," said the cardinal.

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Also read Anal Sex is Main Cause of HIV Pandemic: Study as well as Obama Pushes HIV Testing but Won't Admit the Cause