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Sodom and Gomorrah imposed upon Africa - Comment on 2012 March 20

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The head of government of Great Britain and the foreign minister of the United States of America and the secretary general of the United Nations want to force Sodom and Gomorrah upon Africa. Read more:

Two days ago we had
2012 Mar 18 The Blacks of Africa
and there it was about the difference between Blacks and Whites and between people who want to remain true to the original way of life according to the laws of God and people who are depraved and want to force their depravity upon others.

Today I read about a practical example of such depravity and how depraved people want to force their evil ways upon others.

I will now bring some news snippets about Africa I read today:


Nobel peace prize winner defends law criminalising homosexuality in Liberia.

Ellen Johnson Sirleaf says she won't decriminalise homosexuality.

The Nobel peace prize winner and president of Liberia, Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, has defended a law that criminalises homosexual acts, saying: "We like ourselves just the way we are."

"We've got certain traditional values in our society that we would like to preserve."

The second bill - drafted by the ex-wife of the former president Charles Taylor - would make gay marriage a crime punishable by up to 10 years in jail. Jewel Howard Taylor: "[Homosexuality] is a criminal offence. It is un-African." She went on to say: "It is a problem in our society. We consider deviant sexual behaviour criminal behaviour. "

The gay rights debate erupted in Liberia after the US secretary of state, Hillary Clinton, announced in December that America's foreign aid budget would promote the protection of gay rights, prompting speculation that funds would be tied to rights records.

Since Clinton's remarks, Liberian newspapers have published numerous articles and editorials describing homosexuality as "desecrating", "abusive" and an "abomination".

Homosexuality is already illegal in 37 African countries. In Uganda, a bill proposing custodial sentences for homosexuality is still being considered, although it no longer contains the provision for the death penalty.

Sirleaf was awarded the Nobel peace prize last year for her work in campaigning for women's rights. The 73-year-old became Africa's first female president in 2006 and was elected for a second term last year.

At an African Union summit earlier this year Ban Ki-moon urged African leaders to respect gay rights and to stop treating gay people as second-class citizens and criminals.

UN Secretary General Tells African Nations to Stop Discriminating Against Homosexuals

UN Secretary General, Ban Ki-moon, was at the African Union Summit, and addressed the 54 African nations in attendance.

During the address he told African nations to stop discriminating against homosexuals.

The majority of Eastern and Western African nations criminalize homosexual acts, some even prescribe the death penalty.

Ban Ki-moon joins the UK in pressuring Africans on this issue. In November last year David Cameron caused a stir among African leaders and the media when he said that the UK was working through the Commonwealth to pressure African nations on the issue. Cameron went as far as saying that Commonwealth aid would come with strings attached in the future.


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