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Ugandan gay rights workshop ‘raided’

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  1. jamestoronto 14 Feb 2012, 5:41pm

    The lips of the Ugandan government say one thing but their actions speak volumes to the contrary. I do have one concern about Amnesty’s doings. They have had years of experience with this sort of government heavy-handednes. Why would they, knowing the risks, bring in computers containing membership lists thereby exposing how many countless lives to danger.

  2. Keith Farrell 14 Feb 2012, 6:13pm

    I find things hard to accept, that a goverment can be so stupid, but then again it is africa, and we can not expect them to think anything of human rights because first you have to be human and they have shown they are not. dont take me as a rasist, because I am not, take me as a person who gives the same respect I am shown, and as I will not be shown any respect because of my lifestyle, why must I allow any of my hard earned money to be spent suporting a currupt Afican goverent

    1. Patrick Lilley 14 Feb 2012, 11:57pm

      Racist! Please remove this hate spreader… the punk catch even spell “rasist”. Clearly you dont get much respect.

      1. i think you’re the idiot.

  3. shadowhive 14 Feb 2012, 6:39pm

    Shame you can’t resists acting on your urge to spread your special kind of bile.

  4. What the news articles fail to mention is that the “Ethics” Minister is also a Roman Catholic priest (ironic since the Roman Catholic church has hired and shielded more child molesters than any organization in the world). The problem is just as big in Uganda where victims have no recourse against such despots. He’s just trying to distract by attacking the gay community to avoid scrutiny of his own “master” – the Vatican.


  6. Suspend Uganda from any further participation in the Commonwealth and threaten to cut off foreign aid unless the Anti-Homosexuality Bill is permanently discarded.

    1. You are nasty and a bigot

      1. And a basket case nutter.

    2. friday jones 14 Feb 2012, 11:40pm

      The United Kingdom is a sovereign nation and can choose where to spend their money and where to dispense their aid.

  7. End all international financial aid to Uganda until they respect and protect gay human rights!

  8. You are a dangerous ignorant. How do you dare compare gays with paedophiles??? That only shows your ignorance. Nobody chooses to be gay, that what other intellectually challenged so-called human want to believe. It is probably because you just decided to hide your real nature and hence your hatred and your poison for those who have decided to follow their feelings. If there is a Heaven rest assured that you WILL NOT get into it. You are full of hate and lack of understanding

  9. friday jones 14 Feb 2012, 11:39pm

    So did you at least pet the dog first, IGW?

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  12. Uganda is a primitive, savage, backward dump – make no mistake – this government minister represents his country accurately – Uganda is a homophobic hellhole, not fit to be included in any list of civiilised nations.

    Unless there is full decriminalisation of homosexuality in Uganda then not a single penny of British taxpayers money, should go to that horrendous cesspit of a country.

  13. typical african homophobia.
    instead of caring for your country blame the gays !
    I am now in africa and gay is as much part of africa as it is of islam as it is of the world . religion is not natural

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