Monday, 15 December 2014

Jacqueline Green a Milton Keynes church leader is planning to attend a homophobic anti-gay rally in Uganda for the second time.

Jacqueline Green, the head of Stony Stratford Community Church in Milton Keynes is planning to attend a homophobic anti-gay rally in Uganda for the second time this New Year's Eve.

UPDATE:- I put together a video of Jacqui Green's views on gay marriage and the views of her violently homophobic colleague in Uganda, Bishop David Kiganda. Bishop Kiganda is the host of the event she is scheduled to attend and is a leader of the anti-gay movement in Uganda and advocates the slaughter of LGBTs. Despite her being fully aware of this, she still plans to attend his event in the next few weeks...

On December 31st 2013 she attended the 8th Annual day of Prayer, a 24 hour event organised and hosted by the openly, aggressively homophobic Bishop David Kiganda. The event was dominated by praises for the government for passing the controversial and internationally condemned Anti-Homosexuality Bill. The bill was previously known in the media as the "Kill the Gays" Bill as it included the death penalty for homosexuals.

MP David Bahati (the MP who originally proposed the "Kill the Gays" bill to Parliament in 2009) was also present and spoke at the event...

Uganda's Constitution Court recently nullified the Anti-Homosexuality Act that was passed by Parliament in December 2013 and signed into law by President Yoweri Museveni in February this year. It was nullified by the court on the grounds that there was not the necessary quorum, as there were not enough MPs present in parliament at the time it was passed.

The law which originally included the death penalty, which was removed at the last minute, imposed a life sentence on homosexuals. It also required that parents, teachers, landlords etc. report any known homosexuals or face prison themselves. The bill also included a clause that bans any so-called "promotion" of homosexuality, which makes any support or sexual health organisations illegal.

Over 250 MPs have signed a petition to get the Bill reenacted and a group of Christians led by their Pastor recently presented the Speaker Rebecca Kadaga with a petition over the nullified Anti-Homosexuallity law. Part of the petition signed by Pastor Wilber Mukisa said: "We still need this law to help curb funding, promotion of homosexuality and to protect our people, especially children from being recruited into this dehumanizing lifestyle. We are behind the MPs who have up to have the law re-tabled in parliament.”

The level of homophobia in Uganda has been rapidly increasing in recent years. This has been fueled by the anti-gay propaganda being imported into Uganda from the west. Despite zero evidence the Ugandan people are convinced that homosexuals from the west are infiltrating their schools and "recruiting" children into homosexuality. They have been told homosexuals are pedophiles and prostitutes and that it is a learned behaviour. They believe it is "un-African" and is a western import, when in fact the aggressive homophobia and anti-gay propaganda is what has been coming from the west destroying the fabric of the Ugandan society. Desmond Tutu has compared the level of homophobia to that of the Antisemitism in Germany before the Holocaust.

Western fundamentalists, who have been losing their war against homosexuals in the wast have turned to Africa and funneled millions into training African Pastors, particularly in Uganda, to preach against homosexuality and spread baseless propaganda to the masses.

Jacqueline Green was invited back to this years event and can be seen on the poster for this years rally in a couple of weeks...

Also attending the event is Apostle Arnold Muwonge, who has strong links with Jacqueline Green's church. He also attended the event on 31st December 2012 when attendees were urging the government to pass the "Kill the Gays" Bill while it STILL included the death penalty.

Among the attendees that year were Cambridgeshire based evangelical and UK registered charity owner Paul Shinners. The following video shows him praising the "Kill the Gays" Bill...

Shinners criticises Barack Obama for his opposition to the Bill and the persecution of homosexuals, praises Uganda for what they are doing, says people in the UK support them and says that they are making "a stand for God" and that God is happy that they are trying to pass legislation that would give homosexuals the death penalty.

Bishop Kiganda is one of the leaders and most vocal voices in the Anti-Gay movement in Uganda. He was part of the National Task Force Against Homosexuality and has been filmed showing graphic gay pornography in his church. Prior to the nullification of the Anti-Homosexuality Act he said "If gays win the court case tomorrow, trust me, we are going to slaughter them, they are few in number and we know that" on his radio station calling for the murder of members of the LGBT community in Uganda...

Anyone having any association with this violently homophobic man, particularly from the west gives the implication of support to the people of Uganda. Here is the video of Kiganda as part of the National Task Force Against Homosexuality and showing graphic gay pornography with his equally homophobic colleague Martin Ssempa in Kiganda's church...

In the following video you see Kiganda talking about god destroying Sodom and Gomorrah because they were gay and then you see him on stage with David Bahati (the MP who wrote the anti-gay law) saying that the punishment for being gay should be death. They also bring out a person who is "ex-gay" and say she was bribed and coerced into homosexuality (when in fact it is the anti gay preachers who have bribed people to say that they have been cured). He can also then be seen showing graphic pornography in his church to mock and vilify LGBTs and praying over MP Bahati saying they are anointing him to "slay the Goliath of Sodomy in the name of Jesus". 

The following article proves that the national day of prayer is an anti-gay event...

Addressing tens of thousands at the seventh annual National Prayer Day and Night at Nakivubo Stadium, several pastors also warned legislators against siding with the Western world, saying they risked losing their seats.

We ask Members of Parliament to stop wasting time debating the Bill but simply pass it to save school-going children, who are at risk of being recruited. Our leaders should desist from any act that would frustrate this proposed law because it has delayed,” said Bishop David Kiganda, the leader of Christianity Focus Ministries (CFM). Bishop Kiganda,also said "the vice threatened the morality of the people". At that time the bill still included the death penalty.

A draft of Uganda's new Anti-Gay legislation, The Prohibition of Promotion of Unnatural Sexual Practices Bill (a replacement for the annulled Anti-Homosexuality Act) was recently leaked...

The new law promised as a "Christmas present" to the people of Uganda makes it illegal to provide employment, housing, transport and even health care to members of the LGBT community.

This new bill has been promised as a Christmas present to the peolpe of Uganda by Speaker of Parliament Rebecca Kadaga, just like the old one was in December 2012 and includes harsher clauses than the original bill and equates homosexuality to bestiality.

Western evangelicals from the UK and US have been preaching hate in Uganda which has led to anti-gay legislation that has caused extreme persecution of the LGBT community and led to an increase in violence, rape and murder. It has also led to a rise in HIV infection rates as people no longer have access to health care.

Near the start of the year, the human rights group Sexual Minorities Uganda (SMUG) released a report detailing the increase of homophobic attacks in the wake of the bill's passage. The report detailed an attempted lynching, mob violence, homes burned down, blackmail, lost jobs, arrests, evictions and suicides.The survey recorded 162 incidents since the legislation was passed by parliament last December. By comparison, Sexual Minorities Uganda recorded only eight incidents in the rest of 2013 and 19 in the whole of 2012. “[This] represents an increase of between 750% and 1,900% on previous years,” the report notes, “an increase which can only be explained by the passage of the AHA and the virulently homophobic atmosphere this has engendered.” In four cases, men accused of being gay were kidnapped and tortured. There were 29 incidents where the media “outed” individuals who were later subjected to further persecution. A 17-year-old boy committed suicide by swallowing rat poison and pills on 3 April because he felt his life had no further value. There have been many more incidents since the report and in the wake of the nullification of the AHA there were more attacks where people have taken the law into their own hands.

This year's National Day of Prayer will likely be praising the passage of the new anti-gay law or urging parliament to pass it if the government fail to deliver on their promise to pass it as a Christmas present. Anyone attending this event or working with Bishop Kiganda should be ashamed and apologise to the LGBT community in the UK and Uganda and condemn Kiganda and the anti-gay movement and attempt to make reparations for their actions. In Jacqueline Green's sermons she can be heard expressing her opposition to gay marriage, but surely no decent Christian person could support the abuse, hatred and murder of their fellow man.

Green said the following in one of her sermons on Sunday 24 March 2013, in reference to the legalisation of same-sex marriage the transcription starts at 21:11 (click here for the link)...

"We are called to speak out about injustice, are we prepared to do it? When god asks us to speak and it’s going against what other people in our society are saying, are we going to speak out? Am I considering how to love people in need even when it’s costly?

Am I taking responsibility for things in our society like lobbying the MPs over the marriage issue. We’ve had lots of things coming through about that. But it’s no good us moaning as Christians when the law has changed and saying “oh this is terrible”, if we are not prepared to do something now while we have the chance to speak out.

And marriage is just one of those issues, there are many, and if we are going to be resolute disciples, a hundred percent focused on god, we’re going to have to find a voice somehow as the people of god and start speaking out more about issues which are beyond us."

Desmond Tutu has said Uganda's Anti-Gay Law has Nazi parallels and likened the level of homophobia in Uganda to the antisemitism in Germany before the holocaust.

The new law will leave LGBT people homeless, jobless, unable to get medical care and vulnerable to homophobic attacks. This is the furthest from "love thy neighbour" that you can get.

Despite being informed about the nature of the event she is attending and the views and actions of her host (Bishop David Kiganda), Jacqueline Green, the head of Stony Stratford Community Church is STILL planning to attend the National Day of Prayer in Uganda this New Year's Eve.

Please donate what you can to help expose the murderous hatred of these western evangelicals and the vile propaganda they tell to the Ugandan people to perpetuate the hatred of and violence towards an already persecuted minority.

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