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Activists urge Nigerian President not to sign ‘catastrophic’ and ‘outrageous’ anti-gay law

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  1. They should be outlawing Drug Dealing and prostitution by some Nigerians around the world. That would make some sense.

  2. George Broadhaead 2 Jan, 5:37pm

    The Anglican Church of Nigeria backs the anti-gay law:

    http://www.scoop.co.nz/stories/WO1303/S00037/nigerian-anglican-primate-stirs-homophobia.htm

    1. Frank Boulton 5 Jan, 5:52am

      I read the above article, George, and all that I can think is that Christianity has not moved beyond the Dark Ages and the Middle Ages. They’ve achieved world domination by terror, persecution, torture and killing and they’re still using the same techniques in the 21st Century. This old saying comes to mind: “When the man of God opens his mouth, the Devil usually speaks.”

  3. PiperP 2 Jan, 7:16pm

    Another USA right wing ‘Christian’ financed campaign

  4. Staircase2 3 Jan, 3:48am

    ‘If the president signs the bill into law it would make Nigeria one of the least tolerant societies in the world’

    …sadly already true

  5. Pavlos 3 Jan, 9:56pm

    The persecution of LGBT’s is symptomatic of Corrupt Christian dominionism at work …as over the last couple of decades they have attempted to implement their experimental agenda for a Nigeria ruled by theocracy and religious law. And what better way that to relentlessly drum up popular prejudice against gays and turn Nigerians against their fellow Nigerians.

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