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How to spot a gay terrorist.

I thought you might like to know “How to Recognize a Gay Terrorist”

His name is:

“YOMAMA BIN SHOPPIN”

Kom ons help ‘n bietjie. Gay Uganda Genocide

Dear friends,

Uganda’s parliament is preparing to pass a brutal new law that would punish gay people with prison — even death.

Initial international criticism drove the President to call for a review. But after a well-funded and vicious lobbying effort by extremists, the bill looks set to be passed — threatening widespread persecution and bloodshed.

Opposition to the bill is rising, including from the Anglican church. Ugandan gay rights advocate Frank Mugisha writes, “This law will put us in serious danger. Please, sign the petition and tell others to stand with us – if there’s a huge global response, our government will see that Uganda will be internationally isolated by the proposed law, and strike it down.”

With the decision expected in days, only an irresistible wave of worldwide pressure will be enough to save Frank’s life and many others. Let’s build a huge petition to stop the gay death law — click here to take action, then forward this email:

The petition will be delivered to President Museveni, members of the review committee and Ugandan embassies worldwide this week before it’s too late, as well as to key donor governments.

The bill proposes life imprisonment for anyone convicted of having same-sex relations and imposes the death penalty for “serial offenders”. NGOs working to prevent the spread of HIV could be imprisoned for up to 7 years for “promoting homosexuality”. Even members of the public face up to three years in jail if they fail to report homosexual activity to the police within 24 hours!

The bill’s advocates claim that it defends national culture, but its strongest critics come from within Uganda. The Reverend Canon Gideon Byamugisha is one of many who’s written to us – he says,

“It is violating our cultures, traditions and religious values that teach against intolerance, injustice, hatred and violence. We need laws to protect people — not ones that will humiliate, ridicule, persecute and kill them en masse.”

By rejecting this dangerous bill and supporting the breadth of opposition to it, we can help set a crucial precedent. Let’s build massive support for Uganda’s human rights defenders, and save lives by stopping this bill — sign now here, then tell friends and family:

With hope and determination,

Alice, Ricken, Ben, Paul, Benjamin, Pascal, Raluca, Graziela and the whole Avaaz team

SOURCES

African letter to Ugandan President to throw out Anti-Homosexual Bill:
http://www.africafiles.org/article.asp?ID=22761

Ugandan church leader brands anti-gay bill “genocide”:
http://www.guardian.co.uk/katine/2009/dec/04/gideon-byamugisha-homosexuality-bill

Human Rights Impact Assessment of Uganda’s Anti-homosexuality Bill By Sylvia Tamale, The Dean of Law at Uganda’s Makerere University:
http://www.zeleza.com/blogging/african-affairs/human-rights-impact-assessment-ugandas-anti-homosexuality-bill-sylvia-tamal

Gay honeymoon joke- Uit die boks.

Fred and Larry got married in California.
They couldn’t afford a honeymoon so, they go back to Fred’s Mom and Dad’s house for their first married night together.
In the morning, Johnny, Fred’s little brother, gets up and has his breakfast.
As he is going out of the door to go to school, he asks his mom if Fred and Larry are up yet.
She replies, ‘No’.
Johnny asks, ‘Do you know what I think?’
His mom replies, ‘I don’t want to hear what you think! Just go to school.’
Johnny comes home for lunch and asks his mom, ‘Are Fred and Larry up yet?’
She replies, ‘No.’
Johnny says, ‘Do you know what I think?’
His mom replies, ‘Never mind what you think! Eat your lunch and go back to school ‘
After school, Johnny comes home and asks again,
‘Are Fred and Larry up yet?’
His mom says, ‘No.’
He asks, ‘Do you know what I think?’
His mom replies, ‘OK, now tell me what you think.’
He says: ‘Last night Fred came to my room for the Vaseline and I think…… I gave him my airplane glue.’

Flintie writes to the president of Malawi.

Mense, niks kry my so opgewerk soos die tipe ding nie. Ek glo in regte vir almal. Nie net Gay regte of Straight regte nie. Mens is mens. Tog het Malawi se regering besluit om twee mans, wat in ‘n tadisionele verlowing verloof geraak het, te vervolg. Nou wat nou? Uganda wil ons vrek skiet, of hang, of watookal hulle doodstraf behels, en nou lyk dit my Malawi is volgende in die ry vir die obskure wetstoepassing.

Wadefok is dit met mense?

Ek weet hoe die Jode moes voel. Op my kontinent is ek op die veiligste hierso in Suid Afrika, want enige ander plek sal ek dood gemaak word op gronde van wie in my bed slaap. Sinneloos…

So, ek het besluit ek skryf vandag ‘n brief aan die President van Malawi.

Dear President;

I’m a flaming homosexual from South Africa. That’s the country  below you right at the tip of the continent, south of course. I trust that you have access to computers, and a power grid, and internet and mxit, and facebook, and all that. So I trust that you can read ‘cause I cant type hieroglyphics that well, I must confess I’m even worse at speaking it.

Nevertheless I’ll take my chances.

What’s up with you and your people? Why is homosexuality such a crime? You know there is nothing evil in gay people. We walk and talk, laugh and cry just like you do. Ok, the boys might suck a bit more cock than you do, but does that really matter?

You know, in Uganda they want to kill us.

Now imagine that your son, or grandson grows up to be gay. This son grows to be a man of great importance. He brings a lot of pride to his families hearts, and he brings good money, honest values and loads of love to the world in honor of his mother’s teachings. She made him this great man. But this son is gay. Now what? Midas just turned into a turd ‘cause he does not “do-it” like you do?

You keep the people in prison for fear of what the people will do them if they get their hands on them?

With all do respect mister President, it’s a load of crap if there has ever been one. In all African traditions engagement and marriage is a huge family affair. There are people that love them sir. There is a mother waiting for her son tonight. A father thinking of his little boy that skipped and played in the fields.

Why are you so mean mister President?

Look at your country, it’s a mess. Why not focus on infrastructure? Why not get an economy, cause the one you got is fucked anyway. Now you keep two  men in a maximum prison, refusing bail, for what?  You realize that those to men just swore to get married, and now they don’t even get to see each other. Jeez, what happened to innocent until proven guilty?

To me and millions of people around the world, Amnesty International included, it sounds like you have already sentenced them. You are a right old piece of shit Mister President. You are suppose to be a leader. You are suppose to take your country forward. You are suppose to be many fucking things, yet all you turn out to be is a low life piece of shit.

A murderer and a terrorist, that is what you are. Police arrested Steven Monjeza, 26 and Tiwonge Chimbalanga, 20, in late December for getting engaged in a traditional ceremony. They were charged with unnatural practices between males and gross public indecency under the laws your African nation, where homosexuality is a criminal offense.

This week, 34 British members of parliament joined Amnesty International in calling for their unconditional release. Add mine to that list. You know, REAL men don’t HATE!

So mister Bingu wa Mutharika, do the right thing, and let people be themselves. It’s only then that they will be able to truly shine like the diamonds that they are.

Now you have yourself a gay day Mister President, we should get  together for tea sometime. I bake the best muffins in Gauteng and I’ll send your Minister of Police a batch back home with you.

Butterflies, Kisses and plenty of cheescake

Flintie.

PS: You cant sue me for calling you a fucker, or was it a shit? Because I don’t have any money. 😛

Amerika is ‘n Poephol

Ek weet nie wie van julle weet nie, maar Amerika is wraggies somtyds agtergeblewe. California is nou besig met ‘n groot hof geveg oor of gay mense mag trou of nie. Die nuutse nuus toe ek die skryf was dat die wat teen “gay unions” is die hof gevra het of hulle die lewendige uitsending oor you tube sal weier. Die hof oorweeg dit nou.

Hulle het so ‘n mannetjie daai kant, at my vreeslik baie ons eie ou Julius Malema laat dink. Hy is mos reeds nou onlangs in ‘n IOL poll gewees. IOL wou weet of ons dink hy is ‘n rassis,  88% het gesê ja, maar dis nie nuus nie.

Amerika se nasionale poehol is Brian Brown, die mees uitgesprokke oor gay huwelike, en niks daarvan goed nie. In ons land, so sleg wat sommiges hom somtyds sê, ek ingesluit, is daar darem nie so ‘n issue nie. Ek as ‘n gay persoon het presies die selfde regte as ‘n getroude hetro paartjie. Is dit nie wonderlik nie?

Amerika wil altyd voorkom asof sy ‘n wereld leier is, tog veroorsaak sy net oorlog, skandes, en blabse wat lewens kos. Onskuldige lewens meestal. Sy wil god speel op ‘n globale vlak, maar sy kan nie sien dat liefde nie ras, sex, of  geld sien nie. Ons almal bloei rooi, daar is mos nie novocaine in ons are nie.

Ek weet my opinie oor die saak maak seker bitter min saak, maar my fok man, Amerika moet bykom. For once kan hulle bietjie hier by ons kom leer.

Amerika ‘n eerste wereld land?

Sure….

Elton John is from the devil?

Ek snuffel nou so op die net rond, steeds besig met die doring in my vlees. Die vraag oor God en Gay. Ek weet dis nou al holrug gery, maar ek MOET mos altyd my eie antwoorde soek. My eie demone aanvat… Lees aan ‘Elton John is from the devil?’

Kort geskiedenis van die gay vlag.

Ons GAY vlag. Die Reënboog Vlag ( of Gay Pride ) Vlag was onwerp deur die kunstenaar en “vexillographer” Gilbert Baker. Die Vlag se debuut was op die Gay en Lesbian Vryheidsdag in San Francisco 1978.

Ons Trots

Die oorspronklike vlag het 8 strepe gehad:

Pink “Sexuality”

Red “Life”

Orange “Healing”

Yellow “Sunlight”

Green “Nature”

Turquoise “Magic”

Indigo/Blue “Serenity”

Violet “Spirit”

Binne die eerste jaar het die vlaggie twee van haar strepe verloor nl. die pienk en violet een. Gilbert se rede was dat hulle uit pienk kleur mengsels uit gehardloop het, en die violet was weg gevat om ‘n ewe getal strepe op die vlag te verseker.

Van toe tot nou is baie variasies van die vlag ontwerp. Daar was bv een met ‘n swart streep wat simbolies was vir almal wat ons al verloor het aan Hiv/Aids in ons gemeenskap (en so ook die bewusmaking van die epidemie). Daar is vlae met ander kleure by wat die Bi en Transgender elemente van ons kultuur ook insluit.

Ek lees op baie plekke dat die vlag aanvaar word deur die“International Congress of Flag Makers”, maar dit blyk dat dit ‘n organisasie is wat nie bestaan nie. Die probleem het ingesluip tydens ‘n perskonferensie. Nogtans het die vlag regoor die wêreld deel van die gay kultuur geword, en selfs hier in Suid Afrika is dit ons “Pride” simbool. Ons kom bymekaar onder die vlag.

Dis ‘n aanpasbare vlag wat nie diskrimineer nie. Dis ‘n internasionale vlag. Dis ‘n mooi vlag. Dis ‘n gelukkige vlag.


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