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Ugandan minister: Gays have freedom of assembly

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  1. Cardinal Capone 22 Jun 2012, 5:27pm

    Actions speak louder than words. If this lard-ass defrocked priest is breaking up perfectly legal meetings of NGO’s, why hasn’t he been fired by the government?

    One phone call from Hilary Clinton threatening to withdraw their troops should do it.

  2. Jock S. Trap 22 Jun 2012, 6:00pm

    In other words… Power Crazed in the name of religion… Again.

    Nothing new, just plans hypocrites!

  3. Ok, so if the Ugandan government believe that LGBT people have the right of assembly then they should do at least two things:

    a) Investigate the actions of the riot police who acted against gay activists last week – using independent (if necessary from a third country) reviewers to ensure transparency

    b) Remove the threat to those NGOs that the government threatened due to their support for LGBT people.

    Will they? Oh is that a pig I can see flying!?!

  4. You can not trust this man who one day wants to kill gays and the next say they can meet, he is two faced and can not be trusted. The anti-gay Christians are using him by giving him money to do what they want him to do like in other African countries who are puppets of the Christian religion and other governments. History has proven that an African will sell his own family to a slave master to make money for himself.

  5. auntie babs 23 Jun 2012, 9:23am

    may I have a pinch more salt with this story please?

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