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bluedawg12 Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Sat Mar-07-09 02:12 AM
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Exporting Hate, Itís Not Just Marriage, Itís Us!
Exporting Hate, Itís Not Just Marriage, Itís Us!

Am I ever so shocked? :eyes:

No.

Imagine if they had won and were in power. Imagine if they were let loose like the free range nut jobs they are. Imagine what third reichian future they envisage for us. Imagine no more. Pam Spaulding has the story. Sometimes itís not paranoid, being paranoid. :grr:

Source: http://www.pamshouseblend.com /
Topic: International Haters Symposium In Uganda
File: Now this is some loathsome crazy sh*t.

A Ugandan Solution: Force LGBT People Into Conversion Therapy?
by: Autumn Sandeen
Fri Mar 06, 2009 at 18:00:00 PM EST

Warren Throckmorton has a blog entry up on the possibility of forced, conversion therapy for Ugandans who engage in same sex relations. It's coming out of Uganda's strange, ex-gay conference. This is incredibly disturbing stuff.

From the source, Ultimate Media article for Dr. Throckmorton's piece (1):


The Minister of Ethics and Integrity, Dr. James Nsaba Buturo has today told a conference organized to discuss the ways to fight Homosexuality that he will soon submit a bill on pornography and homosexuality for discussion in Parliament.
The conference that took place at Parliament was organized by Defend the Family International, an organization in the United States of America that was formed to fight homosexuality.

...Buturo says the government will not only end at making laws against homosexuality but will also engage in sensitizing schools and churches in the fight against this vice.

The President of Defend the Family International, Scott Lively says it is good for the government of Uganda to criminalize homosexuality but the government should subject the criminals of homosexuality to a therapy rather than imprisoning them.

Lively says this is aimed at the criminals recovering from homosexuality which is the main objective of those fighting homosexuality and not to punish homosexuals through imprisonment. He says even schools should borrow this idea of therapy in dealing with gay students.

Scott Lively, if you weren't aware, is a past winner of the LaBarbera Award. He co-wrote the book The Pink Swastika, and articles he's written include Deciphering 'Gay' Word-Speak And Language Of Confusion and Countering Corporate Brainwashing: In Praise of "Sexism".

This is the "Christianity" that's being exported to Uganda by American Scott Lively. Who knows what form the mandatory therapy that Buturo and Lively are apparently advocating would be designed to function like -- especially for the majority of the patients who don't want "the cure."

Further reading:
* Box Turtle Bulletin: Exodus Board Member Participates In Uganda Conference Calling For Forcing Gays Into Conversion Therapy
* Ex-Gay Watch: Forced Ex-Gay Therapy In Uganda, the Other Shoe Drops
* Americans For Truth About Homosexuality: Scott Lively: Is Hating 'Haters' Hateful? Can You Oppose Homosexuality without Being a 'Homophobe'?

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(1) http://www.ugpulse.com/articles/daily/news.asp?about=Ne...







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