Monday, January 4, 2010

Slouching Towards Kampala: Uganda’s Deadly Embrace of Hate - Jim Burroway – Box Turtle Bulletin

Box Turtle Bulletin’s complete coverage of recent anti-gay developments in Uganda, from beginning to end — whenever the end may be.

Jim Burroway

December 15th, 2009

We’ve compiled all of our posts over the past year on Uganda, and added more information that we’ve learned since then. That added information is presented in blue. This page will be updated as events continue to unfold. Photo

Feb 24, 2009: Exodus Board Member Joins Nazi Revisionist At Uganda Conference. When BTB first broke this story, we couldn’t believe what we saw. Exodus International board member Don Schmierer would join Holocaust revisionist Scott Lively and ex-gay “counselor” Caleb Brundidge in a three-day anti-gay conference in Kampala, Uganda. Scott Lively already had a notorious reputation as author of The Pink Swastika, in which he claims that the Nazi movement was, at its core, a gay movement, and that violent fascism is the natural consequence of “the homosexual agenda.” “The Nazi Party was entirely controlled by militaristic male homosexuals throughout its short history,” he writes in his book, which is available online for free, and would be made available to conference attendees. He also adds that “There is no question that homosexuality figures prominently in the history of the Holocaust,” saying that German gays were eager to target Jews for extinction because of Judaism’s traditional prohibition against homosexuality. He doesn’t explain why Christianity’s traditional prohibition against homosexuality — which held a far greater moral influence throughout Europe — was ignored… Read complete 2009 calendar accounting of the inhumanity in Uganda - Jim Burroway – Box Turtle Bulletin


Related links:

Exodus Board Members Plays The “Dupe” In Uganda – by Jim Burroway – Box Turtle Bulletin

U.S. Evangelicals’ Role Seen in Uganda Anti-Gay Push - By JEFFREY GETTLEMAN – New York Times- International Herald Tribune

Gay in Uganda, and Feeling Hunted - By JEFFREY GETTLEMAN - New York Times- International Herald Tribune

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