22 responses

  1. Thom
    February 28, 2010

    *Canon Gideon Byamugisha :-)

  2. martin ssempa
    March 1, 2010

    Ha Ha ha..Gideon Byamugisha a man who became famous because he got HIV/AIDS and told people that he got it!!!! Gideon is a shrill for homosexuals..an agent of colonialists and imperiealsits who have sent him with their signatures. He should be chased from our parliament and take those signatures back to his donors who bankroll his ANARELA.

    I am sure he will get a per diem and that will be good for his pockets..his reputation will sink lower in the eyes of all right thinking Africans.

    Martin Ssempa PhD

  3. Amy itogot Makerere
    March 1, 2010

    Gay people should just keep quiet and seek a rehabilitation place,it doesnt help you fighting for whaat you call human rights..it like fighting hard to get near a lion that will strip you into pieces,fellow brothers and sisters, turn to God and leave those lawyers who kip making noise for you all in the name of human rights..the time is now..the time for change..Yes we can even if obama doesnt believe

  4. ITOGOT
    March 1, 2010

    fOR GOD AND MY COUNTRY..SO DOES THAT GAY THING FIT IN OUR MOTTO……..WE WILL NEVER ACCEPT TO BE A SODOM AND GOMORAH NATION../

  5. James Onen
    March 1, 2010

    Woah..many angry Ugandans posting comments today!

    Thankfully, not all Ugandans are as hateful, intolerant and above all, ignorant as the homophobic mob making headlines all over the world, and posting inane comments like the ones above.

    I stand proud as a Ugandan that recognizes the right of LGBT Ugandans. I cannot commend Cannon Gideon Byamugisha enough. I wish I had had the honour of placing my signature on that petition.

  6. F Young
    March 1, 2010

    Canon Byamugisha is a courageous and honest man, a true Christian, unlike the hypocrites who hijack Christ’s name to feed their greed and lust for power. Christ would condemn them, like he did the Pharisees.

  7. Jean-Paul Bentham
    March 1, 2010

    Canon Gideon Byamugisha is our man of the hour. He will soon received an honorary doctorate degree, or two, or three from the world’s more enlightened and great Universities. Hoorah!!

    Ugandan Gay Rights * Gay Rights are Human Rights *

  8. Dave North
    March 1, 2010

    It will be interesting to see what happens’s when Uganda’s foreign aid dries up as a result of this hateful law.

    And forget the collonialism nonsence.

    Uganda has been independent for 49 years.

    Stop blaming others for your own problems.

  9. Jean-Paul Bentham
    March 1, 2010

    Ha Ha ha..Martin ssempa a man who became famous because he is homophobic (mental illness) and told people that he is!!!!

    Martin is a shrill for homosexuals..an agent of American Talibangelists who have brainwashed him with religious crackpot fundamentalism. He should be chased from the Uganda Parliament as well as from his church and exiled on an island in Lake Bunyonyi with Bahati so that together they can build their Utopia without harming the decent people of Uganda.

    He will get a per diem and that will be good for his pockets..Ssempa’s reputation will sink lower in the eyes of all right thinking Africans, as well as all right thinking human beings who have witnessed this outrageous demonstration of abysmal ignorance.

  10. Jean-Paul Bentham
    March 1, 2010

    Visit Martin Ssempa’s XXX Gay Porn Cinema!

  11. wendy
    March 1, 2010

    YOU Mr. Ssempa are a shill for radical American fundamentalists who completely pay your way. That makes you their scat-porn prostitute. Ha Ha Ha Ha. Where would you be without your American church money? Nowhere. A nobody. Just another bigoted homophobe. Studies also show that homophobia runs direct correlation to ones own level of arousal. With your fixation on other peoples assumed sex lives, I would say these studies are most accurate. And the people present at your porn-fest presentation all know you lie through your teeth when you say you asked children to leave. Lie Lie Lie. You are a funny little man Mr. Ssempa. You marry a white American woman, and are wholly supported by a couple American churches. YOU undermine “traditional” African families, not Ugandan gays. Ha Ha Ha

  12. anteros
    March 1, 2010

    That’s so ssempa.

    He claims to be at the forefront of the struggle against HIV/AIDS in Uganda, and then burns condoms and stigmatizes HIV positive people who are courageous enough to go public with their HIV status to challenge the stigma people like ssempa love to dish out.

    I’d much rather be famous for fighting HIV/AIDS’ stigma and making the personal sacrifice of going public with my HIV status, than for collecting pornography on my computer and showing it off to the public.

    He claims to be interested in “protecting Ugandan kids from homosexuality”, and then exposes them to gay porn, and pays kids to lie about being molested by a rival pastor.

    He accuses others of lying about the bill, and then lies about the purpose of the bill and lies that current laws in Uganda dont deal with pedophiles who abuse boys.

    He makes disparaging remarks about gay people, HIV positive people, Western culture, Africans in the diaspora, donor nations and their leaders.

    He claims that the United States and other donor nations that disapprove of the bill are failed states. If the US is a failed state, then wtf is Uganda?

    He’s just as insane as other Ugandan religious fundamentalists like Kibwetere, Kony, Lakwena etc

    …which makes Gideon Byamugisha really stand out as one of the few sane religious leaders in Uganda… not just sane, but very brave too.

  13. Richard Rush
    March 1, 2010

    Hey, Martin Ssempa:

    Have you ever noticed that the nations most accepting of their gay citizens are among the nations ranking highest in every measure of human well-being and prosperity? And have you noticed that the nations treating gays with vile contempt are among the nations ranking lowest in those measures? Even within the United States a similar correlation can be seen (to some degree) among the states.

    If the people of Uganda want to improve their lives, they might want to start with a focus on education to reduce their ignorance, illiteracy, superstition, and poverty, rather than scapegoating gays as the solution to their problems. The scapegoating of unpopular minority groups has always been an effective way for people, governments, and religious leaders to deflect responsibility for their own failures.

  14. Paul in Canada
    March 1, 2010

    When Jesus was asked what was the greatest commandment, he said to love the Lord thy God with all thy heart, mind and soul. And when asked to name the next most important, he said to love thy neighbour as thy self.
    Mr. Ssempa, try re-reading your bible and act like Jesus commanded!
    Try a little love instead of the lies and deceipt that have corrupted your heart.

  15. David
    March 1, 2010

    “Gideon is a shrill for homosexuals.. ” Martin Ssempa PhD

    It is reasonable to expect a PhD to write with a high degree of accuracy, to reflect the high degree of education that is supposed to be associated with a doctorate degree.

    The word shrill, when used as a noun, means a high-pitched, piercing sound, and human beings cannot be sounds, though they often make them. The word Mr. Ssempa clearly meant, was “shill”, and it is odd at least for a PhD to make such a mistake.

    Additionally, ellipses, the punctuation device that indicates a pause or transition, are composed of three periods (or astericks), separated by spaces – not two periods side by side.

    These mistakes are more in character with someone who has marginally completed middle school, not the recipient of an advanced degree.

    Either the author of the post attributed to “martin ssempa” is a fraud, or the real Mr. Ssempa is the recipient of a severely inferior education. In either case, it means the aforesaid comments are worthless to rational, educated people.

  16. Timothy Kincaid
    March 1, 2010

    Although there are ways to fool ip tracing, it does not appear that the computer which posted the comment from “Martin Ssempa” is located in Uganda.

  17. —-
    March 1, 2010

    I have a better idea:

    Let’s deprogram all those fanatic Ugandans and turn them into tolerant freethinkers, or at least get them back to animism.

  18. RCM
    March 1, 2010

    Paul in Canada, “Jesus was asked what was the greatest commandment, he said to love the Lord thy God with all thy heart, mind and soul. And when asked to name the next most important, he said to love thy neighbour as thy self. ”

    I think some people just don’t understand this bit. They hold up signs that say “God hates gays”, as if that is actually something the Bible says. God hates no one. God doesn’t hate people. There is no debate to have about who God hates, cause God doesn’t hate people.

    That is just my opinion, and if someone reading this reckons there is no god, or that something I said was wrong, they can as far as I am concerned, we are all people, and people come with opinions. Oh, and God bless every country in the world that has noticed this and thereby not tried to legislate against it.

  19. anteros
    March 1, 2010

    @Timothy Kincaid:

    “Although there are ways to fool ip tracing…”

    That sounds like a reasonable skill to expect of a Ugandan pastor who regularly surfs the net for the latest scat porn and downloads it onto his machine.

  20. James
    March 2, 2010

    Oh Uganda, I love your National Anthem….it begins Oh Uganda may God uphold thee…we lay our future in thy hands……..and it goes on and on.

    James Onen Fat Boy and the likes, we must stand and say yes every indigenous efforts to fight a vice which is like leprosy. Gideon Byamugisha who for long has eaten a lot of money out of sympathy for his HIV statusmust be reeducated. For long Gideon has misrepresented the nation and we the young generation cant allow such misrepresentation to go on. Fired from the Anglican Church, Sdenyonjo also called Bishop has found solace in homosexuality. I have nothing to write about this worn out man, there are no new developmental thoughts from this ageing “prelate”. I am grateful that we long committed the future of Uganda in the hands of God. That is a done deal.

    Speaker Edward Ssekandi’s response to the gay sympathisers was enough to show the world our stand. Collecting more than 400,000 signatures from outside Uganda is no big deal in any way. that does not represent the thoughts of ugandans.

    By the way How is Gideon’s moral stand? How did he get HIV/AIDS? Wasn’t it thru infidelity?
    Rubaramira, how did he get HIV/AIDS? Wasn’t it thru raping women in the bush and infidelity? Let the truth now flow.

    James

  21. TampaZeke
    March 2, 2010

    James, how sad the ignorance of so many of your people; how ironic, shameful and dangerous the twisted revisionist Ugandan/African history they are being taught by their foreign oppressors.

    You sing your beloved national anthem about allegiance to a god that was forced upon you and you sing it proudly in the tongue of those who colonized you, ruled you, literally OWNED you all in the same breath with which you irately denounce the imposition of “Western” values on your country.

    You defend your current anti-gay law as “protecting African culture from imported, pro-gay, Western, anti-African influence” all the while ignorant to, or ignoring the fact that it was ENGLAND, a WESTERN, NON-AFRICAN country that IMPOSED this COLONIAL law upon you in the first place, when you had NO law restricting homosexuality before their imposition.

    You claim that Liberty and freedom of expression for UGANDA’s gay people, as it existed before your colonization, is an unwanted import from the West.

    You are ignorant about, ignore or have been taught by WESTERNERS to hate the rich, historic, spirituality of Africa and the gods of your ancestors. You have for centuries been forced to adopt and worship the God of your oppressors and most recently you have become willing, yet unknowing, puppets to American fundamentalist COLONIZATION. In spite of all of this historical and contemporary fact, you manage to see your oppressors as your liberators and their western, foreign, bigoted, oppressive UN-AFRICAN laws as your Declaration of true Africanism.

    The people of Uganda and Kenya are no different that any other oppressed, colonized people in history. They are submitting to the authority of foreign power, turning their backs on and even becoming hostile to their own history and culture and arts and tradition; replacing them with the values of their colonizers, their conquerors, their masters and demonizing anyone who speaks truth to the travesty.

    I weep for you. I weep for all Ugandans. I weep for all Africans who are falling victim to these hateful, bigoted, Western, Africa-colonizing wolves.

    May God bless Africa with the wisdom to resist the wolves who come to her shores carrying Bibles concealing daggers and crosses laced with poison.

    Sinclair Lewis said, “When fascism comes to America, it will be wrapped in the flag and carrying the cross.”

    I dare say the same is true for Uganda and Africa.

  22. TomChicago
    March 2, 2010

    Blaming the Western “imperialists” for the so-called importation of homosexuality to the African continent conveniently ignores the homophile tradition of the African people. Denying the facts does play very well to those already foaming at the mouth on this subject, but it, well…ignores the facts.

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