Why Africa Cannot Embrace the Gay Agenda

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Long before the white man set foot in Africa bringing with him Christianity, Africa was largely a religious continent and had been for a long time. Traditional religions, beliefs and Islam held long standing beliefs against homosexual behavior and lifestyle. Africans have always believed that marriage is between a Man and a Woman. It is therefore no surprise that this amongst many other traditional beliefs and practices have been a bedrock of not only strong marriages but resilient family units that have largely extended to the globally admired sense of community in Africa. Africa has one of the lowest but rising rates of divorce in the world. Our children are raised to value education, financial freedom, entrepreneurship, culture and a sense of community. So here is the question, why are we so quick to fold under the pressure of LGBT (lesbian, Gays, Bi sexual and Transgenders) rights organizations?

According to The New York Times on December 6th 2011, the Obama administration announced that the United States would use all the tools of American diplomacy, including the potent enticement of foreign aid, to promote gay rights around the world. This included $3 million program to finance gay-rights organizations many of which are working in Africa. What was more disturbing was this quote by the Secretary of State Hillary at the United Nations Human Rights Council in Geneva, “the obstacles standing in the way of protecting the human rights” of lesbians, gay men, bisexuals and transgendered people “rest on deeply held personal, political, cultural and religious beliefs.” Fellow Africans, while the Obama administration knows too well that many regions in the world traditionally oppose the homosexual lifestyle, they are willing to not only pump millions of dollars in LGBT organizations working in Africa but use aid to penalize countries that oppose homosexual lifestyle.

Not many in President Obama’s administration have towed the line when it comes to the promotion of homosexuality in Africa.  As a matter of fact it is widely believed that the American Ambassador to Kenya, Ret General Scott Gration resigned from his position, citing 'differences with Washington' over his 'leadership style and certain priorities'. A rather interesting coincidence is that on the same week of his resignation, the American Embassy in Nairobi held a LGBT (Lesbians, Gays, Bi sexual and Trans Genders) pride celebration party. It is said that the former Ambassador, a son of missionary parents, and who was known for his strong Christian values refused to attend the said event.

Many in Africa believe that Human rights and Gay rights are separate and distinct. Already the Kenya National Commission on Human Rights (KNHCR) is already promoting gay rights in Kenya. There is talk that many non-profit organizations in Africa cannot receive foreign aid unless they have a LGBT board member or employee.

They Gay and Lesbian movement and agenda is powerful and has already seen strides here in the United States for example many states now allow Gay and Lesbian families to marry and adopt children. As a member of the Armed Forces in the United States serving in the United States Marine Corps, the repeal of don’t ask don’t tell has affected unit cohesion and despite opposition from rank and file military leadership, Don’t ask Don’t Tell was repealed. Africa has the power to refuse a new colonial power and stick with long held traditional beliefs that have been a pillar to our communities. We can still protect gays and Lesbians from prosecution, discrimination in the workplace and ensure that their safety is not jeopardized because of the sexual orientation without selling our souls. Make no mistake about it legalizing gay marriage, gay adoption and promotion of gay pride will irreversibly affect African Society.

By Joseph Karoki. Karoki is a freelance writer Kenyan-American writer residing in Dallas, Texas and a Non-Commissioned Officer in the United States Marine Corps. Any and all views are his only.


 

 

 

 

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(Hello, my Kenya friends. I invite you to read this enclosure which was seen on the web.)

       Gay Agenda Behind DC Shooting
         
     If something is unnatural or anti-American or anti-Christian, the Southern Poverty Law Center is drawn to it like flies to something smelly. Which is why the SPLC hates the Family Research Council which is pro-traditional family, pro-America, and pro-Christ.
     After the shooting at FRC headquarters, which could have been a massacre, FRC president Tony Perkins stated that the SPLC has "been reckless in labeling organizations hate groups because they disagree with them on public policy."
     The SPLC calls the FRC a "hate" group because it follows Christ who said to His followers "Love your enemies" (Matt. 5:44).
     By way of contrast, heavily Jewish SPLC follows the ages-old Talmud which HATES science, females, children (homosexual sex with children is okay!), all Gentiles, Jesus (who was born a "bastard" - Jewish Encyclopedia), and all Christians! For sources Google or Yahoo "The Earliest Hate Criminals," "The Talmud and double standards" (July 3, 2012), and "Talmud" (Wikipedia).
     Be sure to Google "Zionist Watch" (5/26/2007) which called SPLC founder Morris Dees "a Jewish radical leftist pervert...sexual deviant...flagrant adulterer...[and] alleged child molester," also Google "The Anti-Chick-fil-A Jihad" and "Mikey Weinstein, Jesus-Basher."
     As you can tell, the SPLC (which is chummy with fellow schmucks including the ADL and ACLU) is a "love" group!
     BTW, the one five-letter name starting with "J" that SPLC etc. hate (no, not James or Julia) warned in Matt. 24:9 that in the end times "ye shall be hated of all nations for my name's sake." (I wonder how soon the SPLC will work for the banning of the Bible, the one book that America's greatest leaders highly exalted - Google "Dangerous Radicals of the Religious Right.")
     While the SPLC and think-alikes are busy back-stabbing evangelicals (viewed as Israel's best friends), the same schmucks are creating a huge backlash that will bring about the predicted end-time slaughter of two-thirds of Jewry and Jerusalem's devastation (Zech. 13 & 14). By doing all it can to help fulfill the Bible's predictions, the pervs at the you-know-what are actually making the Bible even more believable!

 

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