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  1. John
    December 28, 2009

    “But he also denounced donor countries for their warnings against the bill. “No… I think, I think even a poor man must, you know, respect himself,” he said”

    I find it galling that some Ugandan officials think they have the right to dictate the funding policies of Western countries. It is up to the citizens of the donor countries to decide if they want to provide more moeny to this corrupt dictatorship.

    This is like a weird form of reverse-colonialism.

  2. Rosemary
    November 6, 2010

    Hi all,

    I find it very disgusting that people in Uganda are worried about gay and lesibians when their are bigger issues to worry about such as poverty, the gap between the rich and the poor is so marginal, education standards, housing, corruption. Ugandans should learn to see the bigger picture – all you look at is just by your nostrils. Very many Ugandan graduates are not even sure they will get a job worth Ug Shs 200.000 per month. Then you all start worrying about the gay and lesibian people. Get a grip ugandans. The Priests, who are saying the don’t like homosexuality – let them look just next to them, how priests have got children? how many of them have sexually abused children?

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