A Constitutional challenge has been mounted in Belize to the laws which currently make unnatural acts a criminal offence. A preliminary hearing is scheduled for early in December (2011). We are calling for a mobilization of the church in prayer across the world for our brethren in Belize. If Belize is rolled over by the homosexual juggernaut, the rest of the Caribbean could easily follow.
The Constitution of Belize (formerly British Honduras) was settled in 1981. It acknowledges the supremacy of God, stresses human rights, freedom and the family. No-one has claimed before now that men suddenly have an inalienable right to commit acts of sodomy and gross indecency under it, especially as it says: ‘freedom is founded upon respect for moral and spiritual values and upon the rule of law’.
The law suit has been filed by an organisation called UNIBAM. UNIBAM is short for United Belize Advocacy Movement, which hides behind concern about HIV/AIDS but is nothing more than a shameless homosexual rights group. UNIBAM’s court case is fronted by the former UK Labour Attorney General, Lord Goldsmith QC, and has drawn condemnation from churches in Belize.
There has been outrage in Belize at the grant of a substantial sum of money to UNIBAM by the Embassy of the United States of America.
The US Embassy website admits that its grant to UNIBAM is for pro-gay propaganda. In their own words, the project: ‘will increase public awareness about homophobia while creating a safe space for HIV prevention work. The organization will organize a national debate on homophobia and human rights. Other initiatives will include the distribution of wrist bands to raise awareness of the issue, prevention education sessions among LGBT population, and the airing of public service announcements.’ View HERE.
Both UNIBAM and another pro-gay group, the Alliance Against Aids (AAA) are totally funded from abroad. The people of Belize themselves are overwhelmingly opposed to homosexuality. In the case of AAA, their money comes mainly from HIVOS, the wealthy Dutch Humanist body. Caleb Orozco, the founder and head of UNICAM, claims to have “‘friends in high places’ politically and in the media.” Homosexual View HERE.
UNIBAM has also received money from the United Nations Population Fund UNFPA (see page 7 of this link):
Dean Barrow, the Prime Minister of Belize, has come out against the move, according to a report from the ‘gay travelers network’, who are very interested in having a new exotic location in which to corrupt local youth for a dollar or two. The same website reveals that, astonishingly, the Commonwealth Lawyers Association is backing UNICAM:
Here is the CLA ‘About us’ page: http://www.commonwealthlawyers.com/AboutUs.asp#Secretariat
Even this pro-gay BMJ article reveals that homosexual practices are dangerous and unsanitary. For a more detailed look, supported by research done by homosexual doctors, this scholarly article shows the implications for health and morals in Belize from decriminalising these acts of perversion.
Meanwhile, right across the Caribbean Sea in Barbados, Wikipedia is wittering on about ‘LGBT rights’ or the lack thereof, the Attorney General is laying down the law, but Ambassador to the USA John Beale is sounding a bit wet, while some dreadful fat lesbian wants Barbados to cash in on gay sex tourism.
African nations have reacted with fury and defiance to pressure from David Cameron and other leaders of decadent Western nations to decriminalise sodomy. Nigeria is poised to outlaw gay marriage, according to The Guardian (UK). A more balanced and informative article was in the Nigeria Sun newspaper. The British High Commissioner in Lagos, Andrew Lloyd, is furious. ‘Britain and other western countries would not tolerate any law that prescribes punishment for gays’, said Mr Lloyd.
Despite what the Guardian says about other African countries scrapping anti-gay laws, it’s all the other way. Zambia and Zimbabwe have said they will not enact gay rights, according to a UK homosexual paper. (Although we cannot imagine what possessed Morgan Tsvangirai to say he now believes ‘gay rights are human rights’.)
Ghana’s President John Atta Mills said he will never enact laws which will ‘destroy the moral fibre of society’, while John Nagenda of the Ugandan Presidential Office said “Uganda is, if you remember, a sovereign state and we are tired of being given these lectures … “If they must take their money, so be it,” he concluded.
Malawi’s governmental spokesperson Patricia Kaliati said that it was “unfortunate” that Britain was considering “pro-gay strings” to aid, adding that homosexual acts are illegal in Malawi. She noted that such laws are a legacy of British rule, reported Nyasa Times, but the laws were and are entirely consistent with African moral values, even though Britian is now sinking into a swamp of immorality and perversion, where homosexuals are now persecuting Christians.
Tanzania’s foreign affairs minister Bernard Membe said: “Tanzania will never accept Cameron’s proposal because we have our own moral values. Homosexuality is not part of our culture and we will never legalize it. Tanzania is ready to end diplomatic ties with Britain if it imposes conditions on the assistance it provides to pressurize for adoption of laws that recognize homosexuality. We are guided by our tradition. We have families of a mother, a father and children. What Cameron is doing might lead to the collapse of the Commonwealth.”
The President of Zanzibar, Ali Mohamed Shein, said that Islamic and Zanzibari culture abhors gay and lesbian activities. “We cannot compromise our deeply rooted culture or [allow] something which [is] completely against our religion. Let them cut off aid,” he said.
The fact is, the UK has to get rid of its aid budget, which is not so much about helping poorer nations as making our politicians look good. If mothers die in childbirth in an African nation because the UK denied that country aid on a gay whim, it will not look good on David Cameron’s CV. So their ‘lectures’, as Uganda described them, are mere posturing.
But back to the subject. The threat to Belize is real. Please pray for the Church in Belize to be granted wisdom, resources and favour with the judges, pray for confusion in the homosexual camp, and please sign our Save Africa from Sodomy Petition (if you have not already done so).