Saturday, May 14, 2011

Has C-Street Targeted Africa to Test Out its Murderous Anti-homosexuality Legislation?

Jeff Sharlet, author of  "The Family: The Secret Fundamentalism at the Heart of American Power" and the follow up, "C Street: The Fundamentalist Threat to American Democracy" surely thinks so.  For now, the “Kill the Gays” bill has been shelved, due to world-wide outrage; however, you can be sure it will  reemerge, repackaged, and ready to go at some later date.  This concerted effort to institutionalize homophobia, not only in Uganda, but throughout Africa is, the work of the insidious group,  C-Street,  a.k.a. as the Family or the Fellowship, who have "poured millions of dollars working through a very convoluted chain of linkages passing the money over to Uganda" to get this legislation up and running. Moreover, according to Michelle Goldberg of The Daily Beast, Pastor Rick Warren, who delivered the Invocation at President Obama’s Inauguration, and other "American demagogues"  were also influential.

In the documentary (below), The World’s Worst Place to Be Gay? DJ Scott Mills, who is himself gay travels to Uganda here homophobia "is so severe that Parliament is considering a bill to execute gay people". Mills found plenty of depressing evidence of institutionalized homophobia, and this was before the murder last month of the Ugandan gay-rights activist David Kato.

“David’s death is a result of the hatred planted in Uganda by U.S. evangelicals in 2009,” Val Kalende, the chairwoman of one of Uganda’s gay rights groups, said in a statement. “The Ugandan government and the so-called U.S. evangelicals must take responsibility for David’s blood.”


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