Facebook Threatens To Block out Uganda on Anti-Gay Bill

The Facebook statement that they would block out the Ugandan Facebook users from its access started as a rumor over the anti-gay bill, but now it can be well asserted that it is actually true. It has not been received well by most Ugandans and apparently majority of them don’t care even if the founder blocks there access.

Too many it has actually stirred up their feeling of patriotism and anger that so many people are trying to impose their cultures onto the African and Ugandan culture. Culture strongly is against many sexual deviations and immorality and homosexuality is considered one of the worst abominations. If this was to probably happen back then in our true old African traditional setting, such culprits would have been segregated from the other members of society, punished or even killed so as to prevent the other members from adopting such characters.

 

Homosexuality had not deeply infiltrated Uganda until lately in about the last three years, at least as far as we know. People are now paying several people especially young men who have sexual intimacies with other men and post or send them to their wealthy sponsors. Too many Ugandans same sex affiliations are horrible let alone disgusting, and the fact still eludes many on how a person in their rightful mind would want to change the true protocols of nature instituted by God.

 

The parliament of Uganda is in the process of passing an Anti-Gay Bill that prohibits same-sex marriages and exhibition of their affection in public, if violated the perpetrators would be arrested and sent to prison. This is annoying mostly the American people and they are trying everything to override our country’s culture. There have been very many instances of public in citation on Uganda’s anti-gay policies such as the open remark by Samuel L. Jackson at the BET Awards claiming that the Ugandan parliament is sending gay people to death when they pass the bill, the open insult that the Canadian minister made in front of our speaker of parliament, Rebecca Kadaga and we are all glad she retaliated and gave him a piece of her mind and our need for autonomy now all of a sudden, Facebook issued a threaten to seize access to it by Ugandans if the parliament passes that bill and from what I have read on several Ugandan Facebook posts, the citizens don’t care despite that they had been fond of Facebook at first, now its status is becoming frail.

 

I wonder what is wrong with these Western powers, England and Wales are going to ban same-sex marriages, about 30 states in the United States have not passed the law accepting same sex marriages, this shows that majority of them are against it but you wonder why the American government is still eager on facing us to take on these abominations. Are they trying to ruin our image so that we can be the center of criticism where all other nations can say, look at the haven for the gays. It deeply saddens and disheartens me that they would go to extremities of even threatening to withdraw funding, and then they talk about Democracy, Freedom of speech and expression and rights of other nations, such hypocritical bullies. Yes you got that right, I’m not afraid to freely speak out and when I sat down to right down this article, I did so because I’m a patriot and must fight for my countries integrity. We will not stand by and watch it be ushered into decay.

 

-Lawk

Author: Lawk

Lawk is a mozillian, director at Innovware and consults part time for Every1Mobile.

He loves open source, the open web, writing, reading and developing literacy tools that can teach the youth around the world especially in East Africa.

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