Skip to comments.Malawi court hears case on convicted gays
Posted on 01/20/2014 5:03:29 PM PST by Olog-hai
Malawis top court is considering an appeal of the conviction of three men who are serving long jail terms for homosexual acts. Activists describe it as a landmark case. [ ]
Gift Trapence, executive director of the civil rights group (Center for Development of People), wants the court to declare that the laws criminalizing homosexuality in Malawi are unconstitutional.
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Meanwhile, Bill O’Blowbag and Catherine Ham have jumped all aboard the embaressing international homosexual bandwagon, encouraging Kerry to publicly appear at an assorted deviants conference in Switzerland to oppose Russia’s laws.
Nobody going to mention almost half the country feel the same way the Russians do? Of course not.
I hope Hussein and Kerry’s little provocateurs are humiliated in Sochi. And Juan Williams can shove that up his smelly Obama.
I very much doubt the Malawi court will overturn the convictions. Then again, the Ugandan president recently caved to international pressure (pending a potential veto-override in the parliament). I guarantee the diplomats of the decadent west are dangling aid on a string.
I remember a time not so long ago (maybe 5 years) when I did not despise homosexuals. In fact - I really had no opinion of them one way or another.
Then came the gay hatred, gay bullying, gay venom, gay narcissism, gay destruction, gay pedophilia, gay bigotry.
Those days seem so long ago now ..........
I had some idea of how bad it might get, but I had no idea we’d see the kind of thing we saw at that Argentine cathedral where they were beating and spitting on Catholics.
For any conservative who doesn’t think this is an important issue, I’d encourage them to think again.
In days past homosexuality was “the love that dares not speak its name”. Now it’s the love that won’t shut the f*** up.