American Anti-Homosexuality Groups Exporting Hatred


A sweep of anti-homosexual legislation has crossed the continent of Africa at the same time as similar measures are appearing in the US. A new report from Political Research Associates reveals that this is not a coincidence. In their studies, they have uncovered that the same groups that are lobbying African countries are lobbying in the United States, such as Scott Lively Ministries, Pat Robertson’s American Center for Law and Justice, Family Watch International, to name a few. What they engage in is nothing less than exploitation of anti-colonial fears of the people in countries such as Uganda, Kenya and Zimbabwe.

They have lobbied to overturn the nations’ constitutions, and to enact policies to outlaw homosexual behavior. They do so by calling such policies as requirements to gain foreign aid from the United States. By playing on people’s ignorance of US civil policy, these groups make a powerful argument, that without such policies, the US would pull foreign aid, or even worse. Some of these groups imply that it was failure to enact these policies which is behind the US invasion of Iraq, creating fear among the population. The spreading of US civil discourse to foreign nations undermines our standing in the world, creating a false image of the US as little different from a Christian Taliban.


Historically, Africa has not had homosexual concerns. Homosexuality existed in traditional folklore as a form of reincarnation, that the rebirthed soul was of the opposite gender. So naturally that the person would be attracted to those of the same-sex. Records for this in Africa date back 4400 years. Now, however, the anti-homosexual rhetoric by the religious right from the US has twisted this. To those under the sway of these hate groups, this means that the person has fallen under possession of a demon. This of course spreads widely, causing untold harm to those from African nations, when they begin to blame demons for things such as autism or just bad luck.

Even such antics as “Rape Away the Gay” turn into terrifyingly real events. While rape exists in all cultures in some manner or another, the continent of Africa has tied such violence against women to anti-homsexual rhetoric at an astonishing rate. South Africa alone had a reported 10 ‘corrective’ rapes a week according to reports. Even worse, those who engage in violence are seldom brought up on charges. Even celebrities, such as the soccer star Eudy Simelane, are not immune from violence, with her rapists and murderers still not charged for their crimes.

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They go even further, however, than just talking, they act out as well. One event highlights this particularly well. In a push against LGBT people,  groups backed by US Theocrats began distributing information fliers. These fliers carried the names and addresses of LGBT activists. This tactic has worked very well in the US against abortion providers, so well in fact that terrorist groups such as the Republic of the United States have adopted it for their own needs. By this focus on undermining the democratic process by using intimidation tactics, targeting them through fliers, these groups hope for someone to pick up a weapon and do their work for them. This is of course familiar to those in the United States who are regularly witness to this form of Stochastic Terrorism from right-wing hate radio hosts on a daily basis.

By exploiting the uneducated and spreading their gospel of hate in the name of the United States, these groups aim to use the position of the US to further their own political ends back home. These hustlers of hate, these holy snake oil salesmen, are not content to try to turn the US into a new Theocratic States of America, they aim for nothing less than a worldwide Christian Dominionist Nation. The fight in Africa is aimed right at giving them support, legitimacy, in the worlds eyes. That millions are dying from such effort means little to these people, only the end result of a world based on their interpretation of the Bible.

Anything else to them, is Heresy.