Discussion in 'Africa' started by Madeline, Jan 28, 2011.
So you're OK with murder? As long as it's gays? Or are there others?
Not the US, but "Right Wing America". There is a difference.
Those Americans went to Uganda and presented themselves as "accredited experts" and warned those people their children were in grave danger.
Ugandans have said they studied their evidence presented by these "experts" and acted to keep their children safe.
Suddenly, those American experts are saying they didn't expect it to be carried out so far. That their message of hate had been "misunderstood".
Go do some research. You sit in front of the Internet. There are videos from Uganda on Youtube. There is available testimony. You can even watch some of the seminar's given in Uganda.
But the truth is, many right wingers are secretly gleeful. They hope more if it would happen here. Look at Texas. Wants to make gays "felons". It's written into their Republican Party State Platform. Not wackos. No fringe. But mainstream right wingers.
How does one make the leap from someone saying "it's an American export because the queer lobby says so "to "it's okay for all gays to die"?
Just wondering, because that's the leap Rtard just made.
Exactly, Africans can never be responsible for the atrocities, it has to be the White Man!
Heck the African Slave Trade would not have been possible without African Warlords kidnapping and selling other Africans!
Come on now, I think everyone believe woman on woman sex should be promoted!
I think they don't need to import hate of gays, they do fine on their own.
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And they are bashing Obama! Those damn racists!
Not just the white man....a very specific group...white CHRISTIAN, REPUBLICAN men.
Never mind that they have always been the ones to fight and die for the rights of that group of people, from the time of slavery up until today when they are still targeted and slaughtered wherever they go.
So before the Americans went to Uganda everything was peaches and cream for homosexuals over there?
Uganda had a GREAT history of peace and tolerance prior to the 90s dontcha know...
"On Jan. 25, 1971, Colonel Amin deposed President Obote. Obote went into exile in Tanzania. Amin expelled Asian residents and launched a reign of terror against Ugandan opponents, torturing and killing tens of thousands. In 1976, he had himself proclaimed "President for Life." In 1977, Amnesty International estimated that 300,000 may have died under his rule, including church leaders and recalcitrant cabinet ministers.
After Amin held military exercises on the Tanzanian border in 1978, angering Tanzania's president, Julius Nyerere, a combined force of Tanzanian troops and Ugandan exiles loyal to former president Obote invaded Uganda and chased Amin into exile in Saudi Arabia in 1979. After a series of interim administrations, President Obote led his People's Congress Party to victory in 1980 elections that opponents charged were rigged. On July 27, 1985, army troops staged a coup and took over the government. Obote fled into exile. The military regime installed Gen. Tito Okello as chief of state. "
Musevini won the election by a landslide in the 70s:
"Uganda has waged an enormously successful campaign against AIDS, dramatically reducing the rate of new infections through an intensive public health and education campaign. Museveni won reelection in March 2001 with 70% of the vote, following a nasty and spirited campaign."
Muslims set off a bomb, and it appears there's some sort of weird cult operating, but I see no reference to "American hate" being exported...
"Uganda's 18-year-long battle against the brutal Lord's Resistance Army (LRA), an extremist rebel group based in Sudan, showed signs of abating in Aug. 2006, when the rebels agreed to declare a truce. Between 8,000 and 10,000 children have been abducted by the LRA to form the army of "prophet" Joseph Kony, whose aim was to take over Uganda and run it according to his vision of Christianity. The boys are turned into soldiers and the girls into sex slaves. Up to 1.5 million people in northern Uganda have been displaced because of the fighting and the fear that their children will be abducted. Kony and three other LRA leaders have been indicted on charges of crimes against humanity by the International Criminal Court. The LRA and the government signed a permanent cease-fire in February 2008. Kony failed to show up to sign the landmark agreement several times in 2008, dashing hopes for formalized peace. The rebels, however, sought a cease-fire in January 2009, after the armies of Uganda, Southern Sudan, and Congo attacked their bases.
In July 2010, about 75 people watching the final game of the World Cup in a Kampala restaurant were killed in an explosion. The Somali militant Islamist group Al-Shabab claimed responsibility for the bombing, saying the attack was aimed at discouraging countries from supporting the transitional government in Somalia. Al-Shabab has been battling Somalia's weak, Western-backed government for power for several years. Uganda contributes troops to an African Union force that has been propping up the government in Somalia."
Read more: Uganda: History, Geography, Government, and Culture — Infoplease.com Uganda: History, Geography, Government, and Culture — Infoplease.com
I'm trying to figure out how the LRA is "American"?
"The bizarre and cult-like Lord's Resistance Army (LRA) continues to harass government forces and murder and kidnap civilians in the north and east. Although the LRA does not threaten the stability of the government, LRA violence has displaced 1.2 million people and created a humanitarian crisis. The Uganda Peoples Defense Force (UPDF) launched "Operation Iron Fist" against LRA rebels in northern Uganda in 2002 and conducted operations against LRA sanctuaries in southern Sudan with the permission of the Sudanese Government. Uganda and Sudan have resumed diplomatic relations and exchanged Ambassadors; however, Uganda continues to accuse Sudan of supporting the LRA. Sudan denies the allegations. "
History of Uganda
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