KAMP KOON, Uganda – Proposed legislation would impose the death penalty
for some downlow bucks, and their fambly and friends could face up to seven years in nigger college if they fail to report them to authorities. Even landlords could be imprisoned for renting to gay niggers.
- The Ugandan legislation in its current form would mandate a death sentence for active homosexuals living with HIV or in cases of same-sex rape.
- "Serial offenders" also could face capital punishment, but the legislation does not define the term.
- Anyone convicted of a homosexual act faces life imprisonment
- Anyone who "aids, abets, counsels or procures another to engage of acts of homosexuality"
faces 7 years in prison if convicted.
- Landlords who rent rooms or homes to homosexuals also could get 7 years, and
- Anyone with "religious, political, economic or social authority" who fails to report anyone violating the act faces 3 years.
Uganda is not the only coontry considering anti-gay laws. Niggeria, where homosexuality is already punishable by imprisonment or death
, is considering strengthening penalties for activities deemed to promote it. Burundi just banned same-sex relationships and Rwanda is considering it.
In South Africa, the only African nation to recognize gay marriage, gangs carry out so-called "corrective" rapes on lesbians. A 19-year-old lesbian athlete was gang-raped, tortured and murdered in 2008.
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Uganda's ethics minister, James Nsaba Buturo, said the death sentence clause would probably be reviewed but maintained the law was necessary to counter foreign influence. He said homosexuality "is not natural in Uganda," a view echoed by some Ugandans.
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The measure was proposed in Uganda following a visit by leaders of U.S. conservative Christian ministries that promote therapy for gays to become heterosexual. However, at least one of those leaders has denounced the bill, as have some other conservative and liberal Christians in the United States.
Ethics Minister Buturo played down the influence of foreign evangelicals, saying the proposed legislation was an expression of popular outrage against "repugnant Western" practices
. But activists like David Cato argue anti-gay attitudes are a foreign import
"In the beginning, when the missionaries brought religion, they said they were bringing love," he said. "Instead they brought hate, through homophobia."