It didn’t take very long for Zimbabwe’s Robert Mugabe to jump on the Museveni gay-bashing bandwagon.
It now seems likely that he’ll follow suit by instituting a witchhunt against homosexuality in Zimbabwe that will rival, if not outdo the despicable new legislation enacted by Museveni in Uganda. And how’s this statement for gross irony?
It’s a terrible world we are in, a terrible world where people want to do things that they feel will enhance their own interests.
Oh yes, you baboon’s ass, it is indeed a terrible world we live in; one darkened by bigots and tyrants such as you and Museveni.
Back In Uganda
Meanwhile the Ugandan Anglican Archbishop Stanley Ntagali has threatened the mother church in England with breaking away if they exert any pressure on Uganda to overturn the recent anti-homosexual laws.
This homophobic bible-bashing cretin believes that the Anglican mother church should respect the Ugandan’s views on homosexuality and same-sex marriage. Respect? Bigoted clergymen don’t deserve respect; they deserve nothing but derision.
In fact, I sincerely hope that the Anglican mother church boots these fucktards out.
It is staggering that such things are still an issue- let alone one that is being discussed in the Anglican church- at this point in time. Great, informative post, Lenny. Thank you for shining a light on what’s going on- but I wish it wasn’t necessary to be doing so.
Yeah, it boggles the mind. I have quite a few lesbian and gay friends who are no different from anyone else, and it makes me really angry that men can be such assholes when it comes to agonising about what goes on in the bedroom between two consenting humans.
The situation is certainly better here- but nowhere near perfect. Toronto will be hosting World Pride this year and that ASS who is our supposed mayor says he won’t be attending. Veiled bigotry is still bigotry.
Well that’s tickets for him then. Isn’t he coming up for re-election?
Unfortunately, yes. And it seems like there are still idiots hereabouts who will vote for him. You can’t (easily) cure stupid, unfortunately.