Tuesday, September 23, 2014

African dictator vows revenge on Uganda's gays after Texas hotels refused his reservations; Dallas Voice publicized his thuggish homophobia

Ugandan President Museveni, displaying
the back of his hand
Uganda's president (for nearly 30 years and counting), Yoweni Museveni, happily signed a draconian anti-LGBT bill last year, saying it was necessary because "arrogant and careless Western groups" had tried to "recruit" Ugandan children into homosexuality.
     The law made it illegal to fail to report gay people to authorities, criminalized "promotion" of homosexuality, imposed penalties of 14 years in jail on first-time homosexual "offenders" and life for acts of "aggravated homosexuality."
     After the popular LGBT publication Dallas Voice exposed Museveni in Texas for what he is, area hotels refused him and his party reservations. Last Sunday, at a private ranch near Allen, he made clear his intent to exact revenge on his country's LGBT citizens as some sort of twisted payback for the impudence of Texans who dared to slight him in their own state.
     One Ugandan...said Museveni threatened to take revenge on his country’s LGBT citizens for his treatment in Dallas.
     “I was told that Dallas is full of homosexuals and lesbians,” he reportedly told the people gathered to meet with him. “I didn’t know they were so powerful.”
     He mentioned being refused reservations at area hotels after Dallas Voice reported on his plans.
     Then came the threats.
     “I wish I knew what to do with them,” Museveni said.
     And the dictator intent on LGBT genocide said he’d show us what happens to homosexuals when he gets home.
     We know Museveni was given a visa to enter the U.S. to attend a U.N. conference this week, but such visas to the U.N. are often restricted to New York City. Our question is, why is a head of state allowed to travel around the U.S. and make veiled threats of murder?

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