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Saturday, 20 February 2010

Could the Uganda Anti-Homosexuality Bill possibly be worse than we thought?

We’ve talked a lot about the Anti-Homosexuality Bill proposed in Uganda.

Have a look at this YouTube video embedded below. You’ll see that it really is easy to get yourself killed – i.e. executed – in Uganda. You don’t even have to be gay; you don’t have to have ever had gay sex.

The short video explains succinctly but effectively just how you can become a serial offender – without having sex at all. It also defines people in authority as, among others, someone in a religious capacity.

So, without having sex and by easily stacking up “repeat offences”, you can face death at the behest of some twat who believes in sky fairies.

It’s a lot more evil than we were led to believe. And we were led to believe it was pretty damned evil to begin with.

I don’t believe in capital punishment, but I think I’d make an exception in the case of the author of this pernicious Bill, David Bahati MP.
Related links:
Kill Bill
No breakfast for Bahati Boy
The inconvenience of human rights
Uganda evil: silence . . .
Archbishop of York speaks out . . . but what took him so long?

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

So it appears that Uganda either has great legal scholars, or weak legal scholars.

Because either they didn't think this through, or they thought it through thoroughly.

Knowing that much of the language came from religious nut jobs here in the U.S. I'd say it's the former not the latter.