Tuesday, February 18, 2014

Obama To Uganda: Accept Gay Agenda or Risk Money

President Obama told President Yoweri Museveni of Uganda that he had better embrace homosexual behavior and glorify sexual immorality, just like American government and its mainstream media, or international monetary aid may stop flowing to the African nation.
"We shall not care losing the financial support from our partners if only we are left alone." Ugandans would rather "die poor than live in an immoral nation."
-- Simon Lokodo, Ugandan Minister for Ethics and Integrity
For background, read Africans Reject President Obama's Gay Agenda, to his Face and also read Obama Ignores African Christian Genocide, Favors Gay Agenda

In addition, read President Obama Pushes U.N. to Back Gay Agenda

-- From "Obama Tells Uganda Its Anti-Gay Bill Will 'Complicate Our Valued Relationship'" by Darlene Superville, Associated Press 2/16/14

Defending gay rights around the world, as he has done at home, Obama said a bill [criminalizing homosexuality] that President Yoweri Museveni has pledged to sign will mark a "step backward" for all Ugandans . . .

Homosexuality already is illegal in Uganda under a colonial-era law that criminalizes sex acts "against the order of nature."

Museveni said last week that he plans to sign the new legislation, which has alarmed rights activists because it prescribes life imprisonment for acts of "aggravated homosexuality." Those acts are defined as sex acts where one of the partners is infected with HIV, sex with minors or the disabled and repeated sexual offenses among consenting adults.

The United States is Uganda's largest donor, sending more than $400 million in aid annually in recent years. If Museveni signs the bill, the U.S. is expected to review its relationship with the country with an eye on finding ways to register disappointment over the law.

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From "Uganda takes moral high ground over anti-gay law" by Agence France-Presse 2/18/14

Officials also announced that Museveni had last week signed into law anti-pornography and dress code legislation which outlaws "provocative" clothing, bans scantily-clad performers from Ugandan television and closely monitors what individuals watch on the Internet.

The anti-gay bill cruised through parliament in December after its architects agreed to drop an extremely controversial death penalty clause.

However the legislation still stipulates that repeat homosexuals should be jailed for life, outlaws the promotion of homosexuality and requires people to denounce gays.

The [Uganda presidential] spokesman said the scientists concluded that "there is no definitive gene responsible for homosexuality", meaning that "homosexuality is not a disease but merely an abnormal behaviour" that needed to be banned.

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From "Close Uganda ties may limit what U.S. does on anti-gay law" by Sam Sturgis, McClatchy Washington Bureau 2/17/14

“I’m both disturbed and not surprised that [President Obama] doesn’t specify any direct measures [against Uganda],” J. Peter Pham, the director of the Atlantic Council’s Africa Center, said of Obama’s comments on the anti-gay legislation, which would impose life jail terms on any HIV-positive individual who engaged in homosexual intercourse. “It will be read by Uganda and Museveni and his advisers as nothing.”

Pham said it probably would take the United States threatening to withdraw military assistance to get Museveni’s attention. “We’ve condemned their actions in a number of instances but they’ve continued to act duplicitously,” he said. “The one area where we could, if we really wanted to, send a signal is on the military side.”

But that would risk what may be one of the closest U.S. military relationships in the region. Beginning in the 1990s, the United States has built the capacity of Museveni’s Uganda People’s Defence Force so it could be counted on to help stabilize difficult situations throughout Central and East Africa.

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Also read Ugandan Minister Receives Dozens of Threats Daily from British and American Homosexual Activists

And read Pro-homosexual Media Demonize Christians RE: Uganda