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President of Cameroon: People may change their minds on ‘crime’ of homosexuality

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  1. Christopher in Canada 31 Jan 2013, 12:03am

    However, people will not change their minds on ignorance and lack of education.

  2. We’ve heard this crap for years from Cameroon. I don’t think most of us are actually listening any more. We think Cameroon is a backwards disgusting human rights violator, and the desperate third-world country run by a dictatorship, and most of us would want any minister of Cameroon to be arrested whenever they travel outside that country.

    1. Too bad we can not do the same to our own class of bigots and self made dictators living within our borders. Masquerading as clergy.

    2. For the sake of gay people in Cameroon, we should be encouraging the decriminalisation of homosexuality; not insulting their country.

  3. His wife’s choice of clothing and her hair, THAT’S a crime too.

  4. That There Other David 31 Jan 2013, 9:53am

    Very easy to spout some words. However, until the President acts in some way to lessen the bigotry it’s nothing more than diplomatic platitudes (i.e. lies).

  5. Does this place benefit from UK Overseas Aid? If so, hitting these tin-pot dictatorships where it hurts – in the pocket – has a strange way of focussing the mind.

  6. GingerlyColors 31 Jan 2013, 12:09pm

    We changed our minds back in 1967 and our country is a better place to live in because of it.

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