Saturday, January 5, 2013

Anonymous attacks the Ugandan Government

Looks like Anonymous is attacking the anti-gay powers in Uganda.
The hacker group has launched their latest strike on the Ugandan press and government.

Here is their message:
"Uganda's controversial "kill the gays" bill is on track to be passed by the end of the year. The bill would make homosexuality a crime punishable by death, and has drawn outrage from gay rights groups and governments around the world. But now, religious leaders in Uganda are pressuring Speaker Rebecca Kadaga to pass the bill as "an early Christmas present" to the people.

Uganda is one of the most anti-gay countries in the world, and their government seemingly encourages this sentiment. A petition forwarded to the heads of state read in part that: “We cannot sit back while such destructive phenomenon is taking place in our nation. We therefore, as responsible citizens, feel duty-bound to bring this matter to your attention as the leader of Parliament … so that lawmakers can do something to quickly address the deteriorating situation in our nation.”

The bill would make homosexuality in certain people, like authority figures and parents, a crime punishable by death. Gay couples in consenting relationships would be subject to life imprisonment. Certain nations have promised to pull funding for Uganda if they pass the bill, which would instantly make Uganda one of the most anti-gay governments in the world."

HOMOSEXUALITY IS A FREEDOM. It is a choice every man or woman has. It is NOT something to be governed. It is NOT a sin.

It is freedom.

We are Anonymous.
We do not forgive.
We do not forget.
It is too late to Expect us, Ugandan government.


SEAN said...

As much as I appreciate Anon for doing this. There are many human rights issues in African and Middle Eastern countries that need their attention too. Genocide, female castration, AIDS, human trafficking, war, women's rights....

truthspew said...

Sure, Africa in general is a cesspool. A lot of the anti-gay, castration, and womens rights issue can be directly traced to U.S. Evangelical interference.

I'm happy Anonymous is doing this. I'd hope they hit the National Organization for Marriage soon.

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