It’s warm and humid in Nairobi– and I don’t think that Obama has had his sip of Chang’aa, a Kenyan brew needed in order to face the staunch position that Kenyans have on the issue of homosexuality.
In fact, I’m watching the live press conference– where President Barack Obama and Uhuru Kenyatta, the President of the Republic of Kenya are exchanging their views according to protocol. But when Obama brought up the issue of “gay rights”– President Kenyatta was unmoved. Kenyatta firmly and clearly responded that while Kenya and the United States share many values– such as love for democracy, entrepreneurship, the value of the family, etc.– there are some things that they do not share and do not accept– and one of them is “gay rights.” President Kenyatta emphasized that Kenyans are more interested in the inclusivity of women, Kenya’s infrastructure, education, roads, entrepreneurship– but “gay rights is a nonissue“– and “is not foremost on the minds of Kenyans.”
President Kenyatta put Obama in his place, by defending his country’s culture and fundamental moral values– and not letting Obama plow through Kenya with his entourage of United Nations intruders from the homosexual collective.
Kenya has a lot of problems to deal with, which now includes terrorism. The last thing Kenyans need is for their society to focus on the sexual proclivities of a very small group.
Obama and the homosexual collective should focus on denouncing Islamic extremists who are brutally murdering homosexuals by throwing them off the top of tall buildings. With the danger of Islamic terrorism encroaching on Kenyan territory– imagine the danger that homosexuals would face at the hands of Islamic extremists if they are allowed to publicly promote their sexual agenda.
It’s time to lift the fog… someone has to say the truth.
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