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Uganda is the only country in the world with a national holiday commemorating its rejection of sexual perversion. Every June 3 it honors the 22 young men and boys who were tortured and roasted alive in 1886 by homosexual King Mwanga, because they refused to submit to sodomy. Is it any wonder, then, that Uganda has reacted violently against the army of agitators, led by George Soros, who now seek to re-homosexualize Ugandan culture?

It is as if the militant ranks of “Code Pink” were transported back to 1890s America to agitate for “sexual freedom.” Our great grandparents would not have countenanced this. There would have been violence, as there has now been in Uganda. And that is, of course, the strategy: the agents provocateur are goading unsophisticated natives into over-reacting, while the “gay” media lie in wait to catch the images and spin the propaganda that is even now poisoning the gullible against the Ugandans.

Ugandan homosexual activist David Kato was recently beaten to death with a hammer, a horrific crime. These very media have rushed eagerly to judge this a hate crime and to blame those, like me, who have spoken against homosexuality in Uganda. It is the central (but patently false) narrative of the left that all criticism of homosexuality leads inevitably to violence and murder. Yet the killer has now been caught and confessed that he was a live-in male prostitute who murdered Kato for failing to pay him as promised. The “gay” hate-narrative has failed, the Ugandan rejection of “gay” culture has been vindicated, and the finger-pointing media have pulled quietly back into the shadows - for now.

There is indeed evil in Uganda today, but it is not the reaction of Christian and Moslem citizens to the rape of their culture. It is the pink-gloved hand of western powers that are cutting the throat of Africa’s most God-fearing country, and one of the world‘s most promising Christian democracies.

Scott Lively, Rightly Concerned 46 Comments [2/7/2011 4:04:30 AM]
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Argle Bargle

Uganda is being colonized by radical evangelical groups, and they're encouraging homophobic state terror. This sickening rhetoric is trying to shift the blame from the very real and frightening fundie agenda onto a imaginary gay agenda, which is a codeword for gay people who dare to fight back.

This man promotes his brand of crucifix bearing fascism in Africa, so that he might one day export it to the first world.

2/7/2011 4:25:20 AM

Panz

I'm not entirely sure what this shit is about, since reading past the first paragraph hurt.

2/7/2011 4:32:29 AM

HoverSponge

Sickening

2/7/2011 4:47:19 AM

Mister Spak

It is as if the militant ranks of “Code Pink” were transported back to 1890s America to agitate for “civil rights.” Our great grandparents would not have countenanced this. There would have been violence, as there has now been in Uganda.

Fixed.

2/7/2011 5:09:21 AM

Ken

So, because a group of people decided they didn't want to be raped, this makes homosexuality evil and a gay person killing another gay person makes it okay to be a homophobe?

2/7/2011 5:12:29 AM

Funnyguts

Wikipedia does not list June 3 as a national Ugandan holiday, only as a Catholic feast day for the martyrs.

2/7/2011 5:36:34 AM

grimsoncrow

What the fuck do you care about homosexuals or lack thereof in Uganda?
Is'nt your own country terribly, horribly overrun with them?

2/7/2011 6:02:22 AM

aaa

The only reason Bryan gives a shit about Uganda is because it's run by people as hateful as him.

2/7/2011 6:15:41 AM

TGRwulf

Uguanda is being controlled by fundies who put this mindset into Uguandan minds that gay people deserve no less than death. Which is why you find leading gay activists beaten to death in their cars.

2/7/2011 6:53:00 AM

dionysus

It is the pink-gloved hand of western powers that are cutting the throat of Africa’s most God-fearing country, and one of the world‘s most promising Christian democracies.

That about sums it up. Listen, if Uganda is so damn great and promising why don't you move there? Oh, right, because you enjoy the fruits of our secular democracy and our secular science; and then you spit the seeds back in our faces.

2/7/2011 7:10:45 AM

Doubting Thomas

You really have no idea what's going on in Uganda these days, do you?

Or, if you do, you must really want it to happen here in the U.S. *shudder*

2/7/2011 7:13:46 AM

Brendan Rizzo

Having done the research on King Mwanga, the reason he sentenced those men to death was because they were Christian missionaries and Christianity was illegal in Buganda (the former name of Uganda) at the time. It's still a horrific crime, but homosexuality had nothing (or at least very little: he probably was gay, after all, but saying that that means all gays are perverts is like saying all straights are psychopaths because of Ronald E. Williams) to do with it.

As for Uganda being a democracy, don't make me laugh. If it were a democracy, then how come it has one of the lowest scores in Freedom House's Freedom in the World index? It worries me greatly that the Religious Right look to a backwards, Third World country as a role model. That's what they would turn America into if they were to go unchallenged. This is not sensationalist hatemongering; this is derived from their own quotes. They've practically said it themselves.

2/7/2011 7:21:57 AM

Doctor Whom

Every June 3 it honors the 22 young men and boys who were tortured and roasted alive in 1886 by homosexual King Mwanga, because they refused to submit to sodomy.

Didn't I just read in the paper how bad it is to judge all Christians by one bad apple? Oh, but it's okay when Christians do it to others.

2/7/2011 7:22:03 AM

breakerslion

Classic. Let's get everyone riled up over imaginary problems because the real ones are too hard to address and aren't hot buttons for wound-up automatons. While you're at it, single out some group to blame all your troubles on.

2/7/2011 8:33:28 AM

DevilsChaplain

Slight correction here: Bryan Fischer isn't the one saying this. He's reposting something written by Scott Lively.

2/7/2011 8:42:40 AM

JohnTheAtheist

Methinks Bryan Fischer doth protest too much.

I just don't get it. Why the hell do these people care what other people do to make themselves happy. For the life of me I can't figure that out.

2/7/2011 8:47:08 AM

GodotIsWaiting4U

...right.

2/7/2011 9:09:42 AM

StoneSpiral

I'm just going to further point out that anything Uganda's police force found out about any crime is probably going to be a complete fabrication. Even if they did actually bother to look into the killing of a gay rights activist in that country, it was probably only to find some poor SOB, frame him and release a false confession to further twist the public opinion against gays.

I have no proof of course, but considering the state of that particular nation, it seems like a possibility to me.

2/7/2011 9:28:40 AM

m

why don't you move there then.

2/7/2011 10:01:43 AM

JonnyTruant

There is no such thing as a Christian Democracy. That's an oxymoron. The word you're looking for is theocracy.

2/7/2011 10:02:52 AM

freako104

Do you have any citation for the first paragraph? The rest is trying to justify homophobia and violence against homosexuals because you are a sick man Mr. Fischer

2/7/2011 11:16:25 AM

Canadia

"Africa’s most God-fearing country, and one of the world‘s most promising Christian democracies."

Read: Biggest shithole in Africa

2/7/2011 11:52:38 AM

Old Viking

Uganda ... the intellectual pearl of Africa.

2/7/2011 11:58:06 AM



If I remember well, he married SIXTEEN TIMES, to sixteen women, and have ten children. And those guys were martyred because of their opposition to the king, not because they refused to bed him. Get your facts straight.

2/7/2011 12:01:44 PM

WMDKitty

"Yet the killer has now been caught and confessed that he was a live-in male prostitute who murdered Kato for failing to pay him as promised."

I call bullshit.

2/7/2011 12:20:21 PM
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