December 12, 2006, - 11:10 am
By Debbie Schlussel
Nigeria is about to overwhelmingly pass a bill that would ban gay marriage and ANY form of association among gays, INCLUDING two same-sex people sharing a meal at a restaurant. Doing so will get a gay person up to five years in prison. Homosexuality is already punishable by execution, there.
But you won’t hear much protest about this from gay activists, the Mainstream Media, or the Left–here or anywhere in the world. Why?
Well, it might have something to do with the dominant religion, which also now dominates the government in Nigeria.
Hint: It begins with an I, ends in an M, and has an S-L-A in the middle. In this case, the Christian minority in Nigeria thinks the bill goes too far:
Bishop Joseph Ojo, who presides over the congregation at the evangelical Calvary Kingdom Church, . . . adds that gays should “have freedom of speech and expression.”
But the Muslims just love this soon-to-be enacted Sharia-inspired legislation.
And gays, the media, and the left don’t dare criticize any actions by those of the holier-than-us-all “Religion of Peace.” Now, if Nigeria were a mostly Christian country, that would be a different story.
Hey, where’s Rosie O’Donnell’s big mouth on this one? . . .
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