'LGBT people may not be criminalized because they’ve committed no crime, but neither should this position also become something to be imposed on cultures which are not yet ready to accept stuff like that,' said Cardinal Peter Turkson.
On this episode of The Van Maren Show, Jonathon explains how the left is guilty of neocolonialism by pushing the sexual revolution on African countries, while the media falsely accuses the political right of doing the same.
On this episode of The John-Henry Westen Show, I am joined by Honorable Ashems Songwe, a member of the Malawian Parliament, to discuss African resistance to the imposition of LGBT ideology by the West.
The Dolawatta Sodomy bill, which seeks to repeal sections of the Sri Lankan penal code concerned with gross indecency and unnatural carnal intercourse, has been found constitutional by the Supreme Court and awaits enactment.
'In our country, we will have our morals. We will protect our children. We are making this law for ourselves. We are making this law for our children. We are making this law for the children of our children.'
‘The only fundamental way you can protect society against the continued encroachment of homosexuality is to say that homosexuality is fundamentally harmful to the good of society,’ said Charles Kanjama.