Posted on | February 25, 2011 by J.C. von Krempach, J.D. |
This is becoming a bad habit: once again, the European Parliament has adopted an incredibly silly resolution in order to promote the LGBT agenda.
This time, the Parliament “strongly condemns the violent murder of the Ugandan human rights defender David Kato Kisule” (for better understanding: in the jargon used by the Parliament, a ‘human rights defender’ is the code-word for a person promoting sexual depravity) and “calls on the Ugandan authorities to carry out an in-depth and impartial investigation into the killing and bring the perpetrators to justice, and to do so in respect of any act of persecution, discrimination and violence against LGBT people and all other minority groups”.
Well, they are carrying coals to Newcastle. In actual fact, the Ugandan authorities have already investigated the case. What they have found out is that David Kato was killed by a male prostitute, Enoch Sydney Nsubuga (picture), after a haggle over the price to be paid in return for his services. According to the police report, there is nothing to suggest the murder was a hate crime. It was just a settling of accounts between a callboy and his client. Not really something on which to build a parliamentary resolution.
The LGBT-fanatics inside the European Parliament, however, appear rather unconcerned about facts when it comes to promoting their ideology. Rather than ‘homophobia’ in Ugandan society, the case of David Kato highlights the violence and sexual depravity inside the gay community.
Incidentally, this happens to be the first time that the LGBT-lobby – maybe unaware of the implications of their careless statements – have recognised that gay people, whom they usually conceive of as pre-ordained ‘victims’, are actually themselves capable of perpetrating ‘hate crimes’. We shall remind them of this at future occasions.