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It’s A (Black) Gay Thing – You Can’t Understand

Black Gays For Justice and Respect
Unnamed Black Man Holding Poster: Black Gays For Justice and Respect

Black Gay Male Couple Smiles Widely, Wearing Matching T-Shirts: "Gay is the new Black"

Photo: Black Gay Male Couple Smiling Widely, Matching T-Shirts: “Gay Is The New Black”

This entry is dedicated to Black Christian News at http://bit.ly/aY4lVt and its sick and twisted Commenters at http://bit.ly/d4kNLe

Black Christian News-type American Christians, like the majority of the staff of Black Christian News, are still religious supremacists because their ancestors’ owners taught them to be.

They are still generationally hornswaggled in this way.

Their ancestors were indoctrinated with some version of Christianity (Laws against African slaves being able to read, against them reading, and against teaching them to read included the Bible). The American (white, usually illiterate) Christianity supremacy their owners used against them eventually subsumed them.

I’m not saying black-skinned people have no ability to make up their own minds, I’m saying there’s a good chance they (and we all, of all colors) are still living lives tainted by the lies and propaganda tools of the white Americans who owned black slaves in the U.S., including manufactured beliefs about Christianity.

Limitation-heavy, designed to eliminate dissatisfaction reactions by instilling passivity, and mainly (then) to keep the enslaved heathens from practicing any African rites because no part of their lives was allowed to be outside the slave-owners’ control, including their access to any comfort they might have gotten from their god(s).

The anti-gay writers and commenters of Black Christian News are the same as sign-carrying cultist and Baptist Rev. Fred Phelps of Topeka, Kansas, and his GodHatesFags.com website.

Except in choice of language, there is no real difference between what the two groups are saying and the fact that they are using the same excuse to harass, malign and torture: religion. Since they are not going anywhere they must be equally rejected and repudiated; scorned.

Either really kill gays as you endlessly repeat that your hand-me-down version of god has ordered — as authorized by the King of England in the 1600′s, around the beginning of the end for religious tyranny: Plymouth Rock time for the U.S.A. — or shut the fuck up. You can’t follow your own religious beliefs because they are too radical and crazy!

Similar radically incorrect “conservative” groups of religious supremacy enforcers still publicly behead and hang women for the religious crime of getting raped.

In the U.S. it’s a religious crime to act as though there is or should be full equality and freedom for women inclusive of their sexuality, their bodies, and all products of their bodies, including work product and babies.

Your understanding of your god is the same as that of Islamic people anywhere in the world who mistakenly believe Muhammed ordered the killing of gays, who actually kill gay people based on that ignorance.

Unless you do your part as individual so-called believers and help to bring gays to execution, you are just mouthy hypocrites and cowards who cannot live up to the same exact Bible citations you are using as excuse clubs for your immoral and illegal abuses of other, equal, human beings.

Leviticus 20:13 says nothing about infinitely whining or nagging or abusing gay people. It doesn’t say to call them names and tell them they are going to your religiously imagined hell. It says to kill them!

Lev. 20:13 Or STFU!

 

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Petition Uganda: Dismiss the ‘Anti-Homosexuality Bill’

Uganda: Dismiss the ‘Anti-Homosexuality Bill’

This is a news report straight from a Ugandan. Well worth a look.

Petition Targets:

President Yoweri Kaguta Museveni (State House Nakasero) and Honorable Opio Gabriel (Minister of Gender, Labour, and Social Affairs)

Petition Started by: CAAH (Community Action Against Homophobia)

The Ugandan government is currently considering the passage of this “Anti-Homosexuality Bill” which would have devastating consequences for that country’s LGBTI community. For their safety it is vital this bill be dismissed. That is the aim of this petition.

The bill proposes that homosexuality be made illegal with the following consequences:

1) Anyone found to be practicing homosexual acts will be punished with life imprisonment

2) Anyone practicing “aggravated homosexuality” — meaning they are homosexual and have AIDS/HIV — would be facing a death sentence (this is apparently being reviewed and may be dropped from the bill).

3) Finally, citizens who do not report known homosexual acts also receive three years imprisonment, and if they publicly support homosexuality through statement or other means, that is another four years on top of that, making seven years in total.

Besides the obvious horrible consequences for the LGBTI community and their supporters, this would also affect media freedom in their country, making less information available to needy people.

People’s willingness to seek help when they are infected with HIV would be non-existent, which could mean the disease is less discussed and spreads unspoken throughout the country, even more than its devastating current presence in the region.

As stated by the International Gay and Lesbian Human Rights Commission:

“The negative repercussions of the bill in Uganda will be immediate and severe. It effectively bans the free association and expression that are necessary for a flourishing civil society, and creates a climate of fear and hostility that undermines the citizenship and solidarity of all Ugandans. It will lend itself to misapplication and abuse, and implicitly encourages persecution of LGBT people by private actors. Effective HIV prevention activities in Uganda, which rely on an ability to talk frankly about sexuality and provide condoms and other safer-sex materials, will be difficult, if not impossible.”

We need to act on this, if not for the reasons above, then for basic human rights!

CAAH (Community Action against Homophobia)

Text of Bill:

Uganda, dismiss the Anti-Homosexuality Bill

I am writing to express concern about legislation that would severely restrict the rights of Ugandan citizens, including lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) people and their defenders, in direct contravention of domestic and international law. The Anti-Homosexuality Bill of 2009 would not only reaffirm penalties for homosexuality, but would criminalize the “promotion of homosexuality,” including funding and sponsoring LGBT organizations and broadcasting, publishing, or marketing materials on homosexuality. Any person in authority who fails to report known violations of the law within 24 hours will also be subject to a significant fine and up to 3 years in prison – even when this means turning in their colleagues, family, or friends.

The negative repercussions of the bill in Uganda will be immediate and severe. It effectively bans the free association and expression that are necessary for a flourishing civil society, and creates a climate of fear and hostility that undermines the citizenship and solidarity of all Ugandans. It will lend itself to misapplication and abuse, and implicitly encourages persecution of LGBT people by private actors. Effective HIV prevention activities in Uganda, which rely on an ability to talk frankly about sexuality and provide condoms and other safer-sex materials, will be difficult, if not impossible.

The Anti-Homosexuality Bill violates National Objective 5(2) of the Ugandan Constitution, which provides that “the State shall guarantee and respect the independence of non-governmental organizations which protect and promote human rights.” Moreover, it directly violates the right to equality and freedom from discrimination (Article 21), the right to privacy (Article 27), the right to freedoms of speech, expression, association, and assembly (Article 29), the protection of minorities (Article 36), and the protection of civic rights and activities (Article 38) to which all Ugandans are entitled. It also violates the African Charter on Human and People’s Rights, the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights (ICCPR) and other international human rights treaties to which Uganda is a party. This bill undermines Uganda’s commitment to the international human rights regime and threatens the basic human rights of all its citizens.

The Bill’s revocation of fundamental rights would also seriously undermine the country’s reputation and credibility in the international arena. Because it claims jurisdiction over Ugandans who violate its provisions while outside of the country, the Bill will strain Uganda’s relations with regional and international partners.

While people may hold differing opinions about sexual orientation and gender identity, the legislation before Parliament is an ineffective and fundamentally illegal way to express opposition to a minority group. In recognition of the importance of a diverse, dynamic civil society and the domestic and international commitments that Uganda has made, I urge you to swiftly dismiss the Anti-Homosexuality Bill of 2009 and reaffirm the rights and responsibilities of all Ugandans.

Sincerely,

Name:
Organization:
Country:

[Your name here]

 

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WorldNetDaily’s ‘Mad Molotov’ Mitchell wants Ugandan gays murdered in the name of international political correctness and multi-culturalism

Liberals are wrong to interfere in the cultural practices of Uganda.

This is easy for “Mad Molotov” Mitchell to say.

No one is going to actually pressure him to prove his faith by taking part in the religious trials of suspected multiple-offense or admitted sodomites or enablers or supporters of sodomites.

No one will insist that he attend or assist in the religious executions of the guilty people, according to his bible or the Koran, before he tells others it’s a good thing to do, a positive practice for any society on Earth in 2010.

Molotov (“Mad Molotov”) Mitchell says Uganda (anti-gay, in favor of capital punishment for gay acts or serial gay promotion or assistance) is right, Rick Warren (anti-gay, not in favor of capital punishment, believes god will burn dead gays in hell forever) is wrong.

Hey, “Mad Molotov” Mitchell!
20:13 or STFU!

Go to a Muslim country or the sharia-led region of any country.

Legally help them to hunt, put through mock trials and kill people the accusers tell you are gay (you won’t have time to do your own investigating to find suspects).

Help to carry out the religious executions their way, but for your religion’s reasons. (That’s a point-of-view detail. It really doesn’t matter.)

Until you do it — legally and publicly select, put on trial, and murder an unstoppably gay, but otherwise fine human being, to appease your god — don’t expect anyone to listen to you tell them that they should, or that they should enable any government to revert to such barbarism.

Don’t expect us to wait for you to further infect Uganda with your American evangelist, neo-christian nationalist, intentionally lying interpretation of your political selection of single-digit-century tribal rules.

This is a life-and-death issue for some people. You can find somewhere in the world where it is legal now, where you can demonstrate your god’s pleasure in response to you carrying out 20:13.

Or STFU.

Video or it didn’t happen.

 
 

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