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Legislature in Nigeria passes bill outlawing gay marriage, gay activism, and public gay behavior.
POSTED: June 4, 2013
The government of Nigeria, which has one of the world's largest populations of AIDS sufferers, is outraged by what they feel is the Western world's efforts to subvert public morality. They are now taking bold steps to fight back.
Almost predictably, Great Britain and the United States are threatening to take action against Nigeria for having the nerve to challenge Western political correctness.
A strong bill passes the Nigerian legislature
On Thursday, May 30 the Nigerian House passed a bill which outlaws and provides jail terms for homosexual activism, public homosexual behavior, and anyone entering into or conducting a "gay marriage." An identical bill passed the Senate in 2011. It now goes to the President.
As the Associated Press reported on Thursday:
Nigeria's House of Representatives voted Thursday to ban gay marriage and outlaw any groups actively supporting gay rights, endorsing a measure that also calls for 10-year prison sentences for any "public show" of affection by a same-sex couple.
The Obama Administration even has an "openly gay" State Department official who specializes in dealing with African and Asian countries that are deemed "hostile" to the LGBT worldwide agenda.
In many ways, the Africans are feeling the brunt of the world-wide homosexual activist movement even more than the United States. They are dealing with the huge spread of AIDS. But also, the breakdown in society caused by the homosexual movement seems to bring more general social destruction in African cultures than in the West. And nation after nation has had enough.
Should the punishments be this harsh? That's certainly up for debate. Obviously, the Nigerian legislature thinks so, given the desperate situation there. But similar laws are found around the world. To give some perspective, current Massachusetts law punishes homosexual behavior with up to 20 years in prison.
Luckily, the Africans are not intimidated by the West. We'll let you know what happens.