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Thursday, 10 March 2011

Well, it's a start . . .

A retired bishop in homophobic Uganda has said his fellow Anglicans should get their fingers out and start protesting about attacks on gay people.

Well, he said they shouldn't keep silent, which amounts to the same thing.

His remarks follow the bludgeoning to death of the Christian gay activist David Kato.

Perhaps this guy will be the next, although we sincerely hope not.

1 comment:

Micky said...

Simplistic interpretations make good soundbites but there's always good people and bad on both sides of any argument and, boy, do they have an argument about GLBT in Uganda.

Maybe Canterbury should listen more carefully too - not just to what David Cameron has been saying about tolerance but also what one of his bishops in Africa is urging here.