It is without doubt that the American Government led by an African-American, do not fully understand Africa’s take on homosexuality. To Africans around the world, it is simply dirty. Not the norm in our social and cultural way of life. And in no way can this devilish and ungodly act be thrown down our throats. Africans do not look at Homosexuality as a human rights affair. The peoples of Africa respect all human way of life that is acceptable in the eyes of God, and that is deemed ethical and normal in society. There is no common sense in the mechanics of a man having an affair with another man. That is not how God intended it to be. It is pure filth when you come to think about it. Advocating for it and giving all sorts of stupid excuses like human rights reasons, does not qualify it for African consumption nor consideration. Becoming Homosexual should deprive any human being from human rights protection within the scope of practicing homosexuality – it does not mean that they should be deprived of other aspects of human rights! The emphasis here is that their rights to practice homosexuality should be discouraged. Why? Because it is simply not a decent way of life, and it seriously undermines the sacred nature of marriage and family as God wants it to be. If it is the norm, then why are Homosexuals spending much of their time advocating for equal rights? Why are majority of the world’s society against this demonic practice?
I know Gay advocate groups will throw attacks at me for this; but it’s time for this whole political correctness approach by Western Governments trying to force down unethical acceptance of some of the things that have destroyed the fabrics of their societies into Africa’s rich cultural tradition of decency and pride, to be stopped. You may want to ask yourself why, with so many beautiful women around the world, any man in his right senses will have to even be attracted to another man? There is something fundamentally wrong with any man who can lust for another man. God created Man and Woman differently for a reason. He created a sexual connection between the two for apparent reasons of procreation and sexual fulfilment, and the physical chemistry to go with it all. The sensual difference of the bodies of a man and a woman expresses God’s intentions fully. The African way of life is not keen on being introduced to such nasty adventures that may only ensure the wrath of God. Maybe, this is one thing the West can learn from Africa, after exploiting our resources to build their nations and using us as slaves to build their economies, now they want to introduce a satanic approach to social liberation that has made them look foolish to the rest of the world.
For Barack Obama to pick up his phone and threaten the Ugandan President of sanctions if the government does not change its stance on Gay rights, is not only disgraceful of someone with a strong African background, it goes to expose a political weakness of this otherwise noble African child. Any act of homosexuality introduced to Africa, will be met with vehement force that will only reflect on the people’s disgust of this human embarrassment. For the Almighty God to bless his people, the world should desist from blatant disregard of God’s intended way of life for us humans. No one can validate Homosexuality. Any reason or excuse given to engage in such acts is merely done for the disgusting gratification some get from it. Uganda and Kenya must be commended for taking such drastic actions on gay and lesbians and urged to keep the momentum. Africa will not tolerate any homosexuality on its corridors of traditional decency.
The resources the West uses to advocate for Gay rights should have been well spent in educating and treating Homosexuals of their apparent mental health problems. Or more so, spent in compensating Africans for their looted resources. Africa will never be prepared for the acceptance of homosexuality. The wrath of God should not be under-estimated. By wanting to introduce Homosexuality into Africa, it is another attempt by the West to destroy what is left of our culture, traditions, and society; and for them to finally confine us to the abyss of destruction. We say no! And the fight to stop this will continue, by God’s grace.
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