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BREAKING: East Africa's Uganda enacts the death penalty for 'aggravated homosexuality'

Updated: Jul 4, 2023


President of the Republic of Uganda Yoweri Museveni meets the President of the European Commission Jean Claude Juncker in Brussels on September 28, 2017. President Museveni traveled to Brussels in his capacity as Chairman of the East African Community [Getty]


On Monday, the parliament of majority-Christian nation Uganda enacted its anti-homosexuality act 2023 whereby its articles allow the death penalty for "aggravated homosexuality." President Yoweri Museveni signed the bill into law.


U.S. president Joe Biden's administration said on the same day that it was considering imposing sanctions and restrictions on entry into the United States against Ugandan officials because of what it termed the law's serious human rights abuses.


But Ugandan officials, including the president have remained polite yet bold and defiant while clapping back at Biden's and the pro-homosexual international world's threats against its sovereignty.


“I have no problem with the way a country manages their affairs. My only problem with these people is single-picking. This law here was signed by the president of the Republic of Uganda. May I invite America, Canada, Britain, and the entire Europe to also cancel the visas of Mr. Museveni?”member of Uganda's Parliament, Asuman Basalirwa stated.


Many orthodox Christians viewed the internationally abusive actions against Uganda after the Anti-homosexuality law passed as yet another coming out party for the single new world order global government, as many of the usual suspects in the globalist community expressed the predictable unison outrage through its household-named media outlets and foot soldier organizations.


May God bless Uganda.






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