Homosexual activists are urging multinational companies to usurp democracy in Uganda.
Patrick Strudwick, an agent provocateur who posed as a Christian seeking healing for same-sex attraction in order to attack Christian counsellor Lesley Pilkington, is leading the charge.
In an email, Strudwick writes:
‘In a matter of days — possibly even hours — Uganda’s parliament is set to pass the so-called “Kill the Gays” bill, which could enshrine in law the death penalty for LGBT people. Their Speaker described the bill as a “Christmas gift” for the Ugandan people.
‘Activists in Uganda say that one way to stop this is by putting pressure on powerful international banks in the country to condemn the bill.
‘Barclays and Citibank both have millions of pounds invested in Uganda and wield a huge influence on the government. A public statement from Barclays speaking out against the “Kill the Gays” bill might be the best chance to stop it and save gay people from being executed.
‘Both banks have supported human rights for LGBT people in the Europe and the US. Barclays is one of the UK’s top employers for LGBT people and prides itself on its work championing gay equality in Britain, which is why I’ve been a customer of theirs for years.
‘If these banks speak out against the bill the Ugandan government will see the huge risk posed to business and their economy if they forge ahead with it.
‘That’s why I’ve started a petition’ … he drones on.
There are two main things wrong with this outpouring from a character described as ‘Smugtwit’ and one of ‘Britain’s two most boring gay men’ by a homosexual blogger.
The first is that Barclays Bank had its fingers badly burnt in the United Kingdom by association with the Stonewall lobby group’s annual ‘Bigot of the Year’ award. If Barclays starts to interfere in Ugandan politics it could find accounts closed in droves across Africa.
The second is that the Bill of which he complains is not remotely a ‘kill the gays’ measure anyway.
Now, in its first draft it did provide for the death penalty for those who use the act of sodomy to infect others with HIV/Aids, and those who sodomise children. What penalty would Strudwick want to see for such paragons of ‘gay virtue’? Nothing? An award of ‘Infectious Personality of the Year’ in next year’s Stonewall awards?
It also addressed an anomaly in which those found guilty of rape face the death penalty but those convicted of forced sodomy do not. Again, what penalty does Strudwick think is appropriate for homosexuals who violate others like that? ‘Sports Award of the Year’, perhaps, sponsored as it was this year, by Barclays?
The Bill addresses two major problems
The true reason behind the Bill, introduced three years ago by Ugandan ruling party members David Bahati, is to protect Uganda’s children from being recruited into the homosexual lifestyle by wealthy Western pederasts.
A secondary problem addressed by the Bill is the promotion of sodomy by Western NGO’s such as Jon Stryker’s Arcus Foundation, the Ford Foundation, the Dutch humanist group Hivos and George Soros’s ‘Open Society’. On top of all that is the ‘strings-attached’ foreign aid from the US, the EU and Britain. The East Aftican homosexual propaganda industry is entirely funded by rich homosexuals and their friends in the West.
Simon Lokodo, the Minister for ‘Ethics and Integrity’ plans to ban 38 different organisations that are currently promoting homosexuality if the Bill becomes law. It is the Bill’s clamp-down on their proselytisation which most annoys Western homosexuals, and the loss of an exotic playground where adolescent boys can be enticed with a couple of dollars.
The Speaker of the Ugandan Parliament, Rebecca Kadaga, told The Associated Press on Monday 12th November that the bill will become law this year.
Ugandans “are demanding it,” she said, reiterating a promise she made before a meeting on Friday of anti-gay activists who spoke of “the serious threat” posed by homosexuals to Uganda’s children. Some Christian clerics at the meeting in the Ugandan capital, Kampala, asked the speaker to pass the law as “a Christmas gift.”
“Speaker, we cannot sit back while such (a) destructive phenomenon is taking place in our nation,” the activists said in a petition. “We therefore, as responsible citizens, feel duty-bound to bring this matter to your attention as the leader of Parliament … so that lawmakers can do something to quickly address the deteriorating situation in our nation.”
The anti-gay activists paraded in front of Mrs Kadaga, with parents and schoolchildren holding up signs saying homosexuality is “an abomination.” The speaker then promised to consider the bill within two weeks, declaring that “the power is in our hands.”
“Who are we not to do what they have told us? These people should not be begging us,” Mrs Kadaga said of activists who want the bill to become law.
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