I'm not gay neither am I homophobic but proposed Anti-Gay legislation in Uganda, which carries the death penalty for anyone found "guilty" of being gay or being involved in a homosexual relationship is not only a contravention of international human rights but a direct result of religious dogma and prejudice...all in the name of God Almighty (the one referred to in the Judeo-Christian Bible) Blame for the proposed law is being firmly placed on three American Christian Evangelists who gave a series of talks on
"how to make gay people straight, how gay men often sodomized teenage boys and how “the gay movement is an evil institution” whose goal is “to defeat the marriage-based society and replace it with a culture of sexual promiscuity.”"
Bishop Ejiba Yamphiale of the Democratic (??) Republic of the Congo next door to Uganda states "We would like the law to punish homosexuality, bestiality and necrophilia. Morally, homosexuality is a deviation, and spiritually, it is an abomination.
This brings up the question of accountability and one must ask: "Will the international community permit this abomination of human rights to go ahead?" Further is this what the bible preaches about tolerance and foregiveness? If any person is sentenced to death and executed, will the American Evangelists be held accountable and face the full force of the law or will they as the cowards that they are, hide behind the veil of whatever church they belong to?