Ugandan Anglican Church supports anti-homosexuality Act

Jun 3, 2023 by

by David Virtue, VOL:

Archbishop Kaziimba Renews Opposition to Capital Punishment.

Welby Silent on Uganda Declaration.

President Biden called the Act the “the latest development in an alarming trend of human rights abuses and corruption in Uganda” and said that his administration is considering the “application of sanctions”. Likewise, EU Foreign Affairs Representative Joseph Borell described the Act as “contrary to international human rights law” and said that Uganda’s failure to protect its citizens “will undermine relationships with international partners”, noted The Daily Sceptic.

There is glaring hypocrisy in all this.

Here are some of the countries where homosexuality is currently illegal: Nigeria, Algeria, Libya, Saudi Arabia, Iraq, Qatar and the UAE. Notice anything? They’re some of Europe’s biggest energy suppliers, and in the case of Saudi Arabia one of America’s most important “allies”.

“When was the last time you heard the US threaten sanctions against Saudi Arabia for its stance on gay rights? And how brave of the EU to condemn Uganda’s law, while buying billions of dollars of energy from Qatar and the UAE!”

The Uganda Archbishop also suggested that homosexuality was being forced on Uganda against its will by foreign countries and contended that heterosexual relationships were “the African way” and “the Biblical way”. “They disguise themselves as ‘human rights activists,’ but are corrupting real human rights by adding LGBTQ to their agenda,” he said.

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