Joe, I want to share with you and the Daily Journal readers my thoughts on the recent human rights crisis coming out of Uganda:
It's really disturbing to me knowing that a "Dark Side" Tupelo, MS based homophobic christian hate group (AFA) has attained a reputation for supporting international bigotry in the third-world country of Uganda. (Google the former AFA anti-gay activist Scott Lively for an in-depth account of his personal involvement in spreading a gospel of hate/human rights violations throughout America and the World with his latest claim-to-fame being fulfilled in Putin's Russia.)
Americans Really Hate Uganda's New Anti-Gay Law -- A Lot
To begin with, I am in total agreement with the following excerpted comment from the subject article:
"The bigoted preachers and organized h8 groups from America that are the inspiration for these 'christian inspired' laws in Uganda and Nigeria should be charged with h8 crimes and genocide because of the resulting pogroms and violence they have caused.Al Bratton, Tupelo
The recent round of bug-eyed crazy 'religious freedom' laws in the US was probably a trial balloon for these bigots and their false piety, but stems from the same mentality.
These American Teavangelicals are no different than the anti-semites of the 20th century with their bigotry, propagganda, lies and h8. And for what? Because two men or two women love one another?"